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Harold J Dubensky, Jack Yue Jia, Dennis R Runkle, Wayne Joseph Pierjok, Dennis Wayne Smith, Martin Dale Weatherd, Kevin Lee Stein, Nathan E Pears, Dennis Timothy Diamond, Robert H Edgell: Raceway construction for an air handing unit. Johnson Controls Technology Company, McNees Wallace & Nurick, February 26, 2008: US07334377 (23 worldwide citation)

An air handling unit (AHU) for housing a number of components used in a heating or cooling system to provide forced air for climate control in a particular structure includes a single raceway construction having both low thermal conductivity and enhanced mechanical properties for use with lifting th ...


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Rosemarie Stinnett, Lee Stein: Combined manure fork and shavings blower. J E McTaggart, December 17, 2002: US06494514 (22 worldwide citation)

For conserving bedding material such as wood shavings when cleaning livestock environments such as horse stalls, a manure fork is combined with an air blower directed into the working region of the fork. The air flow is directed to blow the loose bedding material past the fork tines and onto surroun ...


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Rosemarie Stinnett, Lee Stein: Combined manure fork and fan-type shavings blower. J E McTaggart, March 31, 2009: US07510225 (5 worldwide citation)

For conserving bedding material such as wood shavings when cleaning livestock environments such as horse stalls, a lightweight manure fork, specially configured with an open flat working region with relatively short tines, is combined with a highly efficient fan-type blower unit attached to the hand ...


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Rosemarie Stinnett, Lee Stein: Fender shaper for correcting stirrup orientation. J E McTaggart, May 6, 2003: US06557328 (2 worldwide citation)

A fender shaper system for equestrian use, that can be easily added to a new or used saddle system, shapes the fenders optimally and holds the desired shape permanently, thus eliminating the conventional need to soak the fenders in water and reshape them repeatedly due to their inherent tendency to ...


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Smith Paul L, Faguy Peter, Hunt Andrew T, Quillian Charles Mckendrie V, Dalzell Jr William J, Witbrod Frank C, Lee Stein, Harm William, Smalley Jeanne Yadlyne, Batich Mark, Hoos William: Fuel cell membranes and catalytic layers. Ngimat Co, January 12, 2005: GB2403671-A

To form an ionomer-based catalytic layer on a porous substrate, a heat source (40) is used to dry an ionomer-con-taining spray (46) so that it does not substantially liquid flow on the substrate (14). The ionomer spray (46) may contain a catalyst. A spray (46) of mixed material for forming the catal ...


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Hunt Andrew Tye, Faguy Peter W, Oljaca Miodrag, Flanagan Scott, Deshpande Girish, Lee Stein: Method of producing nanopaticulates of an elemental metal for use in variable capacitors. Ngimat Co, September 7, 2005: GB2411661-A

A method of producing elemental metal nanoparticulates by heating a solution of organic-passivated metal nanoparticulates in a solvent, to a temperature sufficient to decompose the organic-passivated metal nanoparticulates and thereby release nanoparticulates of elemental metal. Preferably the nanop ...


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Hunt Andrew Tye, Faguy Peter W, Oljaca Miodrag, Flanagan Scott, Deshpande Girish, Lee Stein: Variable capacitors, composite materials. Microcoating Technologies, March 10, 2004: GB2392781-A

A method for treating diverse pulp and paper materials, including such products contained in municipal solid waste and biohazardous wastes, to produce a homogenous cellulosic product comprises the steps of feeding diverse pulp and paper materials into a vessel, introducing steam into the vessel whil ...


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Harold J Dubensky, Jack Yue Jia, Dennis R Runkle, Wayne Joseph Pierjok, Dennis Wayne Smith, Martin Dale Weatherd, Kevin Lee Stein, Dennis Timothy Diamond, Robert H Edgell, Stephen Blaine Preston: Panel construction for an air handling unit. York International Corporation, Mcnees Wallace & Nurick, March 17, 2005: US20050055919-A1

A panel for use in an air handling unit including a skin, a fixture having a base, and the base having a surface. The base is interposed between opposed ends and opposed risers extending from the ends of the base in a direction away from the surface. The risers are secured to the skin to form an enc ...