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John V Breaker: Seal device for flow line applications. Corrosion Control, Timothy J Martin, May 21, 1996: US05518257 (37 worldwide citation)

A seal device is adapted to be interposed and compressed between joined pieces in a flow line that is operative to convey a flowing fluid. The seal device comprises an inner seal member and an outer seal retainer member. The inner seal member has a central opening extending therethrough to accommoda ...


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John V Breaker: Isolation gasket for critical service flow line applications. Corrosion Control, Timothy J Martin, Carl Schaukowitch, May 31, 1994: US05316320 (17 worldwide citation)

An isolation gasket is provided for interposition between joined pieces of a flow line. The gasket has a gasket body which electrically isolates the pieces from one another. In one embodiment the gasket has a pair of composite, insulative linings laminated on opposite sides of a metal core. An endle ...


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John V Breaker: Protective seal for use in fluid flow lines and method therefor. Corrosion Control, Timothy J Martin, June 27, 1995: US05427386 (16 worldwide citation)

A protective seal and method for protecting flow line joints from leakage of fluid conveyed thereby when exposed to elevated temperatures, such as fire, employs the use of intumescent material and a channeling structure for channeling the intumescent material into a separation gap caused by thermal ...


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Richard C Breaker, John V Breaker: Practice sport projectile having a through hole. Holland & Hart, November 27, 2007: US07300357 (15 worldwide citation)

Non-standard sport projectiles, in accordance with this invention, include at least one linear through hole. As this non-standard sport projectile passes through the air, after being hit by, for example, a golf club, the non-standard sport projectile spins. When the above-mentioned through hole is g ...


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John V Breaker: Putting green formed from aerated polymers and methods of making the same to simulate a natural grass surface. Perkins Coie, March 17, 2015: US08979663 (1 worldwide citation)

A foamed polymer having a top portion with ruptured cells and a bottom portion of non-ruptured cells is provided. The ruptured cells are formed using mechanical or chemical abrasion to form a plurality of fibrous members that simulate a grass-like surface. The abrasion may be accomplished using sand ...


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John V Breaker: Golf ball. Perkins Coie, October 10, 2017: US09782632

Golf ball with through-hole(s) incorporating hollow air pocket(s) to produce thinner outer wall facilitating more speed and responsiveness off of the golf club's face at impact is disclosed. A thin outer wall is desirable in golf ball design. A wall that is too thick inhibits rebound and promotes fr ...


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John V Breaker: Putting green formed from aerated polymers and methods of making the same to simulate a natural grass surface. Perkins Coie, November 8, 2016: US09486690

A foamed polymer having a top portion with ruptured cells and a bottom portion of non-ruptured cells is provided. The ruptured cells are formed using mechanical or chemical abrasion to form a plurality of fibrous members that simulate a grass-like surface. The abrasion may be accomplished using sand ...


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Richard C Breaker, John V Breaker: Golf Like Game With Multiple Projectiles. Holland & Hart, August 30, 2007: US20070202962-A1

An equipment set and golf game are provided. The equipment set includes at least one golf club and a plurality of balls. The balls are designed to travel differing distances or be putted. Thus, each shot includes a ball selection and, in some cases, a club selection.


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Richard C Breaker, John V Breaker: Practice sport projectile having a through hole. Holland & Hart, August 28, 2003: US20030162603-A1

Non-standard sport projectiles, in accordance with this invention, include at least one linear through hole. As this non-standard sport projectile passes through the air, after being hit by, for example, a golf club, the non-standard sport projectile spins. When the above-mentioned through hole is g ...