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Harry Louis Platt, Vladimir Jankov: Remote monitoring apparatus for medical conditions. Harry Louis Platt, Edwin D Schindler, November 26, 2002: US06485416 (73 worldwide citation)

A physiological monitoring apparatus comprising a cellular phone handset connected to a cellular phone network is disclosed. The handset includes a removable battery container (


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Harry Louis Platt: Hand held physiological signal acquisition device. Edwin D Schindler, May 4, 2004: US06730025 (58 worldwide citation)

A hand held, portable and multipurpose medical device for biological signals acquisition, display and storage. The device includes a multipurpose computerized apparatus (


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Louis Platt: Nonwoven textile fabric with fused face and raised loop pile. Phillips Petroleum Company, April 5, 1983: US04379189 (39 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven textile fabric comprising a batt of nonwoven filaments and having at least a portion of the filaments extending outwardly from one face of the batt to form a raised pile. In one embodiment at least a portion of the filaments are fused together on one side of the batt forming a fused face, ...


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Louis Platt: Nonwoven fabric, method and apparatus for its manufacture. Phillips Petroleum Company, May 15, 1979: US04154889 (33 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven fabric is produced by forming a batt of fibers which are oriented primarily transverse relative to the direction of movement of the batt, stretching said batt longitudinally relative to the direction of movement of the batt, and needling the stretched batt. Also apparatus suitable for the ...


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Louis Platt, Marvin Wishman, David R Gentry, Jake E Williams: Method for the production of a nonwoven fabric. Phillips Petroleum Company, August 16, 1977: US04042655 (30 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven fabric is produced by forming a batt comprising staple fibers oriented primarily in the fill direction, drafting the batt in the warp direction in a first warp-drafting zone, needling the drafted batt, drafting the needled batt in the warp direction in a second warp-drafting zone, and dra ...


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Louis Platt, Marvin Wishman, David R Gentry, Jake E Williams: Apparatus for the production of a nonwoven fabric. Phillips Petroleum Company, August 8, 1978: US04105381 (22 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven fabric is produced by forming a batt comprising staple fibers oriented primarily in the fill direction, drafting the batt in the warp direction in a first warp-drafting zone, needling the drafted batt, drafting the needled batt in the warp direction in a second warp-drafting zone, and dra ...


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Louis Platt: Method for the production of a needled nonwoven fabric. Phillips Petroleum Company, April 22, 1980: US04199644 (17 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven fabric is produced from a batt of staple fibers by passing the unneedled batt of staple fibers to at least two needling zones, each needling zone having a plurality of needles which move in a reciprocating motion having a first needling direction and a second needling direction, the needl ...


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Louis Platt, Marvin Wishman, David R Gentry, Jake E Williams: Method for the production of a nonwoven fabric. Phillips Petroleum Company, April 24, 1979: US04151023 (15 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven fabric is produced by forming a batt comprising staple fibers oriented primarily in the fill direction, drafting the batt in the warp direction in a first warp-drafting zone, needling the drafted batt, drafting the needled batt in the warp direction in a second warp-drafting zone, and dra ...


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Louis Platt: Conversion of nonwoven fabric into staple fibers. Phillips Petroleum Company, March 2, 1976: US03941530 (11 worldwide citation)

Nonwoven fabric is fed at a first rate into the bite between a first shredding element and a stationary working surface. The first shredding element has a plurality of projections which penetrate the fabric and at least substantially shred the fabric as the first shredding element is moved past the ...


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Louis Platt, Thomas S Poteet: Web rolling method and apparatus. Phillips Petroleum Company, January 20, 1981: US04246053 (3 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided permitting shifting from rolling a thermoplastic web upon one roll to rolling the thermoplastic web upon another roll by overlapping the web connected to one roll and the web connected to the other roll, severing the overlapped webs, and forming a seam between the ...