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Christopher W Elkins, David W Smith, John Trenary: Showering system. Teledyne, Hugh H Drake, December 1, 1981: US04303201 (150 worldwide citation)

A showering system includes a source of hot water and a showerhead fed from that source. To produce steam, there is a conduit that delivers water from the source to a showerhead and in which is defined an outlet. Disposed within the conduit is a selectively controlled diverter of the water arriving ...


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John E Petrovic, John Trenary: Rechargeable electric portable appliance. Teledyne, Hugh H Drake, February 15, 1983: US04374354 (132 worldwide citation)

An electric toothbrush housing contains a motor, a battery and a secondary coil coupled to charge the battery. An elongated magnetic core is disposed within that secondary coil. A well is defined in a base which receives a portion of the housing within which the secondary coil is positioned. In that ...


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John Trenary, David Smith, Donald W Ruehmann, Christopher W Elkins, Elmer Erwin, Roy Treadwell: Spray nozzles. Teledyne Water Pik, Hugh H Drake, May 25, 1976: US03958756 (91 worldwide citation)

A spray nozzle is of a kind including a housing that has a fluid inlet and first and second groups of spray discharge outlets. First and second flow paths are defined in the housing from the inlet to the first and second groups of outlets. Pulsation means in the first flow path cyclically interrupts ...


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Cleve A Graham, John Trenary: Removable head mechanism for automatic cleaning device. Dental Research Corporation, Jones Askew & Lunsford, May 9, 1989: US04827550 (79 worldwide citation)

A cleaning apparatus is provided for transmitting powered motion to an operating member having a removable head mechanism contained within a hollow housing. A motorized base, including a base drive shaft, is locked onto a head drive shaft of the removable head mechanism in response to axial movement ...


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Gerald T Swanson, John Trenary: Smoking filters. Teledyne, Hugh H Drake, June 16, 1981: US04273142 (6 worldwide citation)

A filter for cigarettes or the like has an elongated tubular shell one interior end portion of which may be shaped to define a seat of a diameter to frictionally receive an end portion of a cigarette and longitudinally of that seat being shaped to define a tubular wall of predetermined cross-section ...


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John Trenary: Vacuum breakers. Teledyne, Hugh H Drake, December 27, 1977: US04064896 (5 worldwide citation)

A vacuum breaker, capable of preventing undesired reverse flow of water, includes a hermetically-sealable housing provided with inlet and outlet couplings at its respectively opposite ends. The housing defines a chamber within which is a first valve seat near the inlet coupling and a first valving m ...