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Joseph R Tippmann, Vincent P Tippmann: Apparatus for cooling food by conduction. Joseph J Baker, January 17, 1995: US05381670 (36 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for cooling foodstuff to a temperature of less than 40.degree. F. within the legally mandated time of 4 hours which consists of a refrigeration apparatus capable of forming a bank of ice and means for circulating water over the ice and through an enclosure in heat conductive r ...


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Vincent P Tippmann, Joseph R Tippmann: Apparatus for heating and cooling food articles having removable plates with fluid sealed therein. Joseph J Baker, April 13, 1993: US05201364 (35 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is disclosed for heating or cooling food articles including a chamber containing a plurality of tubular, vertically, spaced-apart support means having a fluid inlet and outlet. A plurality of removably mounted hollow plates each having a plurality of spaced-apart tubular members having ...


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Vincent P Tippmann, Joseph R Tippmann: Apparatus for heating and cooling food articles. Joseph J Baker, February 11, 1992: US05086693 (29 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is disclosed for heating or cooling food articles including a chamber containing a plurality of vertically spaced-apart supports for food articles, each support has a plurality of spaced apart tubular members connected to first and second plenums. Supply and return headers are connected ...


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Vincent P Tippmann, Joseph R Tippmann: Apparatus for heating food articles. Joseph J Baker, April 20, 1993: US05203258 (23 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for heating food articles including a chamber containing a plurality of vertically, spaced-apart supports, each having a hollow interior which is interconnected by a single conduit. A thermostatically controlled steam generator is connected to the single conduit serving to both transmit ...


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Joseph R Tippmann, Richard G Daugherty: Dasher board for ice skating rinks and method of making same. Joseph J Baker, Gerald J Ferguson Jr, June 9, 1981: US04271622 (20 worldwide citation)

A dasher board for ice skating rinks is disclosed comprising a flat front panel member with a flange adjacent the lower edge to support the panel in a vertical upright position. The panel has a sheet member containing indicia in the form of advertising or the like located adjacent the front portion ...


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Joseph R Tippmann, Vincent P Tippmann: Method of constructing refrigerated beverage trailer. Joseph J Baker Esq, January 27, 1998: US05711073 (19 worldwide citation)

A refrigerated beverage trailer is disclosed having floor, wall and roof members formed of polyurethane with a covering layer of fiberglass reinforced resinous material to form a monolithic enclosure with a closure member. Beverage dispensing spigots are provided on the side of the enclosure and a w ...


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Joseph R Tippmann, Vincent P Tippmann: Insulative adaptor for a steam table pan. Joseph J Baker Esquire, December 23, 1997: US05699784 (16 worldwide citation)

A tubular-shaped sleeve of insulative material is disclosed adapted to fit around and encase the sides of a pan of the type used in steam tables to limit the degree of heat reaching the sides of the pan from steam or water to thereby substantially reduce the susceptibility of the inside side surface ...


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Joseph R Tippmann, Vincent P Tippmann: Steam heated griddle and grill and the method of cooking with same. Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, November 14, 2000: US06145431 (13 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for cooking foods on a conduction-heated griddle with an upper food support surface. A steam generator supplies steam at controlled temperatures. At least one cover is disposed adjacent to the support surface and is placed at a position substantially covering the foods. An orifice conne ...


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Joseph R Tippmann, Vincent P Tippmann: Refrigerated beverage trailer. Joseph J Baker, December 17, 1996: US05584188 (12 worldwide citation)

A refrigerated beverage trailer is disclosed having floor, wall and roof members formed of polyurethane with a covering layer of fiberglass reinforced resinous material to form a monolithic enclosure with a closure member. Beverage dispensing spigots are provided on the side of the enclosure and a w ...


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Joseph R Tippmann, Vincent P Tippmann: Enclosure having a rack for heating or cooling food products. Joseph J Baker, June 6, 1995: US05421246 (12 worldwide citation)

An enclosure is disclosed for heating or cooling food products on a pan. The enclosure preferably has transparent side walls, a closure member and a rack comprising a plurality of vertically spaced-apart pan supports each comprised of a plurality of interconnected tubular fluid carrying members, eac ...