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Don Halla, Richard Dolson, Robert P Hart, Richard Lucas, Ray Hutchinson, Kent Reid: Fuel storage tank leak prevention and detection system and method. Veeder Root Company, Withrow & Terranova PLLC, December 28, 2004: US06834534 (24 worldwide citation)

A storage tank leak detection and prevention system that detects a breach or leak in the interstitial space of a double-walled fuel storage tank in a service station environment. The interstitial space is placed under a vacuum using a submersible turbine pump that is also used to pump fuel to the fu ...


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Evan Campbell, Kent Reid, Wayne Luzzader: Hanger for suspending equipment in a storage tank. Campbell Scientific, Wells St John Roberts Gregory & Matkin, September 14, 1993: US05244177 (12 worldwide citation)

A hanger for suspending equipment within an existing liquid storage tank includes a longitudinal channel having one end adapted to be fixed adjacent to the upper end of a receiving riser pipe and a second end adapted to project within the tank. A parallel arm assembly is foldable at the second end o ...


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Jeremy R Baillargeon, Donald Reichler, Robert Hart, Kent Reid, David J Bolt: End-of-line zone integrity detection for a piping network in a secondary containment monitoring and leak detection system. Veeder Root Company, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, July 7, 2009: US07555935 (9 worldwide citation)

An end-of-zone or line sensor placed at the end of a secondarily contained fuel piping(s) or network(s). The interstitial space of the piping network is coupled to a vacuum-generating source that draws a vacuum level in the interstitial space to monitor for leaks or breaches in the piping network. T ...


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Robert P Hart, Kent Reid: Fuel storage tank pressure management system and method employing a carbon canister. Veeder Root Company, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, July 28, 2009: US07566358 (9 worldwide citation)

A carbon canister to adsorb hydrocarbons from a hydrocarbon air mixture in a UST system to prevent fugitive emissions due to overpressurization. The carbon canister has an inlet port at one end coupled to the UST system. An outlet port on the opposite end of the canister is connected to a flow-limit ...


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Robert P Hart, Kent Reid, Kevin Hughes: Apparatus and method to control excess pressure in fuel storage containment system at fuel dispensing facilities. Veeder Root Company, Withrow & Terranova P L L C, January 11, 2005: US06840292 (3 worldwide citation)

A system and method for removing, compressing, and storing excess air and vapors from a fuel dispensing facility fuel storage containment system during periods of over-pressurization without venting or processing the excess air and vapors. The stored air and vapors are subsequently returned back to ...


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David J Bolt, Dale Ewing, Shane Reese, Kent Reid: Double-walled contained shear valve, particularly for fueling environments. Veeder Root Company, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, March 23, 2010: US07681583 (3 worldwide citation)

A double-walled contained shear valve comprises of an inner housing forming a fuel flow path, and a containment housing surrounding the inner housing, either partially or wholly, to provide a secondary containment. An interstitial space is formed between the inner housing and the containment housing ...


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David J Bolt, Dale Ewing, Shane Reese, Kent Reid: Shear valve employing two-stage poppet valve, particularly for use in fueling environments. Veeder Root Company, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, July 13, 2010: US07753067 (2 worldwide citation)

A shear valve employing a two-stage main poppet valve. The two-stage main poppet valve that can be opened with less force than normally required by prior art designs. For example, if there is pump pressure trapped on the upstream side of the two-stage main poppet valve and little or no pressure or a ...


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Kent Reid, James J Longworth, Donald A Kunz: Wireless probe system and method for a fueling environment. Veeder Root Company, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, October 28, 2014: US08872651 (2 worldwide citation)

A fueling environment is equipped with leak detection probes and liquid level probes. Each of the probes is associated with a wireless transceiver. The wireless transceivers send probe data to a site communicator wireless transceiver. To ensure that the site communicator receives the probe data, rep ...


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Kent Reid, James J Longworth, Donald A Kunz: Wireless probe system and method for a fueling environment. Veeder Root Company, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, July 14, 2009: US07561040 (2 worldwide citation)

A fueling environment is equipped with leak detection probes and liquid level probes. Each of the probes is associated with a wireless transceiver. The wireless transceivers send probe data to a site communicator wireless transceiver. To ensure that the site communicator receives the probe data, rep ...


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David J Bolt, Dale Ewing, Shane Reese, Kent Reid: Double-walled contained shear valve, particularly for fueling environments. Veeder Root Company, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, January 17, 2012: US08096315 (1 worldwide citation)

A double-walled contained shear valve comprises of an inner housing forming a fuel flow path, and a containment housing surrounding the inner housing, either partially or wholly, to provide a secondary containment. An interstitial space is formed between the inner housing and the containment housing ...