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Gregg A McAllise, Jeffery A Morgan: Upright carpet extractor. The Hoover Company, March 26, 1996: US05500977 (70 worldwide citation)

A novel upright, hot water carpet cleaning extractor is disclosed. The overall configuration and operation of the extractor is similar to that of a typical upright vacuum cleaner and may be similarly operated in both the forward and reverse direction. The herein taught extractor comprises a base fra ...


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Jeffrey S Louis, Jerry L Balzer, Edgar A Maurer, David B Rennecker, Gregg A McAllise, Jeffery A Morgan, James M Bednar, Carl Behrend, Michael J Reiter: Carpet extractor with automatic conversion. The Hoover Company, Lowe, B P Watson, November 16, 1999: US05983442 (43 worldwide citation)

An improved carpet extractor is provided having powered brushes for scrubbing cleaning solution on a floor surface and a floor nozzle for extracting soiled cleaning solution from the floor surface in a floor cleaning mode. The extractor may be converted from the floor cleaning mode to an above the f ...


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Darwin S Crouser, Gregg A McAllise, Jeffery A Morgan, Fred S Sindlinger: Upright carpet and upholstery extractor. The Hoover Company, February 27, 1996: US05493752 (41 worldwide citation)

A novel upright carpet cleaning extractor is disclosed which may be conveniently converted from the floor cleaning mode to the upholstery and/or stair cleaning mode. The overall configuration and operation of the extractor is similar to that of a typical upright vacuum cleaner and may be operated in ...


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Darwin S Crouser, Gregg A McAllise, Jeffery A Morgan, Fred S Sindlinger: Convertible upright carpet extractor. The Hoover Company, Renner Kenner Greive Bobak Taylor & Weber, April 1, 1997: US05615448 (32 worldwide citation)

A novel upright carpet cleaning extractor is disclosed which may be conveniently converted from the floor cleaning mode to the upholstery and/or stair cleaning mode. The overall configuration and operation of the extractor is similar to that of a typical upright vacuum cleaner and may be operated in ...


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Vincent L Weber, Jeffery A Morgan, Kenneth L Symensma, Glenn E Specht: Self-propelled upright vacuum cleaner with offset agitator and motor pivot points. The Hoover Company, A Burgess Lowe, Bruce P Watson, October 17, 2000: US06131238 (31 worldwide citation)

A self-propelled vacuum cleaner is provided having an upper handle portion and a carriage pivotally mounted to a lower end of the handle portion for pivotal motion relative the handle portion about a horizontally extending carriage axis. A transmission drivingly connected to at least one drive wheel ...


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Gregg A McAllise, Jeffery A Morgan, Sidney H Bradd, Lynn A Frederick, Darwin S Crouser, Fred S Sindlinger: Upright carpet extractor. The Hoover Company, Renner Kenner Greive Bobak Taylor & Weber, June 9, 1998: US05761763 (22 worldwide citation)

A novel upright, hot water carpet cleaning extractor is disclosed. The overall configuration and operation of the extractor is similar to that of a typical upright vacuum cleaner and may be similarly operated in both the forward and reverse direction. The herein taught extractor comprises a base fra ...


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Jeffery A Morgan, Douglas E Gerber, Robert W Hecht, Charles A Lang, Adam C Sclafani, Kevin L Thomas, Vincent L Weber, Robert S Wilson, Christopher J Fawcett, Kam Hoi Ma, Tak On Yip: Floor cleaning unit with a brush assembly. The Hoover Company, A Burgess Lowe, Brett A Schenck, November 4, 2003: US06640386 (22 worldwide citation)

A floor cleaning device includes a base portion for movement along a surface. The base portion further includes a suction nozzle and a brush assembly driven by a brush motor for agitating the surface. The brush assembly includes a lifting mechanism for moving the brush assembly from a first position ...


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Jeffery A Morgan, Charles A Lang, David G Mueller, Kenneth H Cooper, Richard F Spinelli, Hung kit Kwong, Kam Hoi Ma: Floor cleaning device with a recovery tank. The Hoover Company, A Burgess Lowe, Brett A Schenck, October 7, 2003: US06629332 (22 worldwide citation)

A recovery tank is provided for a floor cleaning unit. The recovery tank includes an inlet opening and a duct fluidly connected to the inlet. The duct extends horizontally within the tank adjacent a side wall the recovery tank for directing air and liquid from the inlet opening in two opposing direc ...


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Jeffery A Morgan, Charles A Lang, Adam C Sclafani, Kevin L Thomas, Jeffrey S Louis, David L O Neal, Siu Wai Hui: Nozzle assembly removal arrangement. The Hoover Company, A Burgess Lowe, Brett A Schenck, January 18, 2005: US06842942 (19 worldwide citation)

A floor cleaning unit is provided. The floor cleaning unit includes a base for movement along the surface. A nozzle assembly is removably attached to the base for pick up and removal of liquid and dirt. Such attachment is accomplished by providing the nozzle assembly with a slide latch that slidably ...


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Jeffery A Morgan, David A Bradshaw, Douglas E Gerber, Charles A Lang, Adam C Sclafani, Kevin L Thomas, Vincent L Weber, Robert S Wilson, Siu Wai Hui, Wing Leung Ng: Wet/dry floor cleaning unit and method of cleaning. The Hoover Company, A Burgess Lowe, Brett A Schenck, December 21, 2004: US06832409 (19 worldwide citation)

A floor cleaning device comprises a base portion for movement along a surface and a handle portion pivotally connected to the base. The base portion further includes a suction nozzle and a brush assembly for agitating the surface, wherein the brush assembly and the nozzle assembly are in a first pos ...