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Bernard J Eastlund, Kenneth J Schmitt, Ronald M Bass, John M Harrison: Method and system for introducing electric current into a well. Production Technologies International, Vinson & Elkins, January 5, 1988: US04716960 (310 worldwide citation)

An invention for supplying power to a well. In one embodiment power heats a tubing from adjacent the surface to a selected level to prevent the formation of solids. The tubing is heated by passing an electric current therethrough. In one form the tubing is insulated from the wellhead and the casing ...


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John J Hassett, John M Harrison: Automatic toll processing apparatus. Lahive & Cockfield, February 4, 1992: US05086389 (176 worldwide citation)

A system for automatic collection of tolls includes a toll facility, an in-vehicle toll processor having memory for storing a toll-money-available quantity purchased by the user, and a toll-facility-identification site that transmits a toll-facility-identifier signal indicating the identity of the u ...


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John J Hassett, John M Harrison: Electronic vehicle toll collection system and method. Lahive & Cockfield, September 1, 1992: US05144553 (86 worldwide citation)

A system for automatic collection of tolls includes a toll facility, an in-vehicle toll processor having memory for storing a toll-money-available quantity purchased by the user, and a toll-facility-identification site that transmits a toll-facility-identifier signal indicating the identity of the u ...


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John M Harrison: Lighting strip apparatus for visually guiding the occupants of a structure. Collins & Aikman Corporation, Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, December 27, 1988: US04794373 (77 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for visually guiding the occupants of a structure in a path of travel along the floor within a structure is provided. This apparatus is comprised of a carpet overlying the floor, and a lighting strip positioned underneath the carpet. The lighting strip comprises an elongate ribbon, with ...


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John M Harrison, Roger R Varin: Mesh knit fabrics having electrically conductive filaments for use in manufacture of anti-static garments and accessories. Collins & Aikman Corporation, Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, June 28, 1988: US04753088 (64 worldwide citation)

The open mesh warp knit fabric of the present invention includes a base fabric knit with electrically nonconductive base yarn and forming an open mesh pattern of lightweight construction having spaced openings to provide ventilation therethrough. Electrically conductive filaments are incorporated in ...


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John M Harrison: Modular floor covering units with built-in lighting. Collins & Aikman Corporation, Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, April 12, 1988: US04737764 (53 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for guiding the occupants of a structure along a path of travel within the structure is provided. The apparatus is comprised of modular floor covering units which are abuttingly arranged to cover the floor of the structure, with some of the units being signal units having a light-transm ...


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John M Harrison: Fibrous covering material with built-in fiber optic lighting. Collins & Aikman Corporation, Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, June 28, 1988: US04754372 (49 worldwide citation)

An illuminable covering of a textile material having a fibrous face with at least one lighting source connected to the back of the textile material is disclosed. A plurality of light-transmissive fibers are connected to the light source and emanate therefrom, with their free end portions terminating ...


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John M Harrison: Electrical heating pad with antistatic surface. Collins & Aikman Corporation, Bell Seltzer Park Gibson, April 28, 1987: US04661689 (42 worldwide citation)

There is provided an electrical heating pad which includes an encapsulated electrical resistance heater. The upper surface of the pad is comprised of electrically conductive material for imparting antistatic properties to the upper surface of the pad.


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John M Harrison: Impact-resistant electrical heating pad with antistatic upper and lower surfaces. Collins & Aikman Corporation, Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, February 16, 1988: US04725717 (34 worldwide citation)

An impact-resistant electrical heating pad is characterized in that both upper and lower surfaces are antistatic. A preferred embodiment of the pad comprises a scrim fabric, a resistance heating wire carried by the scrim fabric, and sheets of high impact plastic material connected to opposing sides ...


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Deane C Osborne, John M Harrison, Alfred K Hillman Jr: Programmable measuring. Northern Telecom, Charles Hieken, Jerry Cohen, January 4, 1977: US04001559 (23 worldwide citation)

A communications line under test intercouples programmable local units, one of which transmits an analog waveform to the other in response to digital control signals received from a computer. The receiving programmable local unit transmits a digital signal to the computer representative of the recei ...