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Russel Brantman, Hendrik Bernardus Helleman, Said Shafik Nakhla, Michael F Daly, Atul N Patel, Jesse Livermore, Jayant Patel, Stephen Smith: Side safety barrier device. Breed Automotive Technology, L Drayer, July 20, 1999: US05924723 (52 worldwide citation)

A side safety barrier device to protect occupants of a vehicle includes a crash sensor to generate at least one actuator signal when a crash having predetermined properties is sensed. A safety barrier is normally stored in the headliner of the vehicle in a first or stored position and selectively de ...


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Mitchell P Zakula, Michael F Daly, Andrew G Bonas: Igniter for an air bag inflator. TRW, Tarolli Sundheim & Covell, April 4, 1995: US05403036 (27 worldwide citation)

The present invention resides in an improved inflator for inflating a vehicle occupant restraint (12) such as an air bag. The inflator has an igniter (40). The igniter (40) comprises a container (130) which contains an ignitable particulate output charge (152). The particulate output charge (152) is ...


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Jerome W Emery, Timothy A Swann, John P O Loughlin, Michael F Daly: Hermetically sealed container for air bag inflator. TRW, Tarolli Sundheim & Covell, May 3, 1994: US05308588 (10 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for inflating a vehicle occupant restraint, such as an air bag, includes a housing. A hermetically sealed canister in the housing includes a lower section and a cover. Gas generating material is located in the canister. The gas generating material, when ignited, generates gas for inflat ...


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Ronald N Grimstad, Michael F Daly: Adjustable hinge assembly. Kohler Co, Quarles & Brady, November 7, 1989: US04878255 (6 worldwide citation)

A hinge assembly for adjustably mounting a toilet covering member to the rear of a toilet is disclosed. In one form, a hinge block has a compartment with serrations to adjustably receive a bushing with complementary serrations. A mounting bolt is placed through an opening in the hinge block and the ...


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P Victor Kelsey, F Stanton Lyons, Marvin Kent Richards, Curtis P Parsons, Donnie L Bowser, Michael F Daly: Method and system for determining cracks and broken components in armor. Simula, Paul Hastings Janofsky & Walker, Aslan Baghdadi, February 20, 2007: US07180302 (5 worldwide citation)

A ceramic armor system with built-in conductive circuit attached to a ceramic component. The conductive circuit can be accessed by a user at contacts provided in the system. The circuit is arranged so that damage such as cracks that occurs within the ceramic component can propagate into the conducti ...


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Frank R George, Robert T Bryant, Michael F Daly, Arthur A Loya, Mary C Ritz: Cover for electromagnetic treatment applicator. Regenesis Biomedical, Cahill von Hellens & Glazer, November 22, 2005: US06967281 (3 worldwide citation)

A disposable cover for electromagnetic treatment applicators prevents undesired exposure to potentially harmful radiation. The cover is a pouch-like structure having a back surface (which faces opposite, or away from, the treatment area) constructed from shielding material, such as metallized polyet ...


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Frank R George, Robert T Bryant, Michael F Daly, Arthur A Loya, Mary C Ritz: Cover for electromagnetic treatment applicator. Regenesis Biomedical, Cahill von Hellens & Glazer, December 13, 2005: US06974961 (3 worldwide citation)

A disposable cover for electromagnetic treatment applicators prevents undesired exposure to potentially harmful radiation. The cover is a pouch-like structure having a back surface (which faces opposite, or away from, the treatment area) constructed from shielding material, such as metallized polyet ...


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Frank R George, Robert T Bryant, Michael F Daly, Arthur A Loya, Mary C Ritz: RF shielding cover for RF radiating applicator. Regenesis Biomedical, Morrison & Foerster, August 25, 2009: US07579555

A disposable cover for electromagnetic treatment applicators prevents undesired exposure to potentially harmful radiation. The cover is a pouch-like structure having a back surface constructed from RF shielding material, such as metallized polyethylene, which back surface faces opposite, or away fro ...


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Frank R George, Robert T Bryant, Michael F Daly, Arthur A Loya, Mary C Ritz: Disposable protective cover for RF treatment apparatus. Regenesis Biomedical, Morrison & Foerster, August 11, 2009: US07572985

A disposable cover for electromagnetic treatment applicators prevents undesired exposure to potentially harmful radiation. The cover is a pouch-like structure having a back surface constructed from shielding material, such as metallized polyethylene, which back surface faces opposite, or away from, ...


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Frank R George, Robert T Bryant, Michael F Daly, Arthur A Loya, Mary C Ritz: Cover for electromagnetic treatment applicator. C Robert von Hellens, Cahill Von Hellens & Glazer, June 24, 2004: US20040119033-A1

A disposable cover for electromagnetic treatment applicators prevents undesired exposure to potentially harmful radiation. The cover is a pouch-like structure having a back surface (which faces opposite, or away from, the treatment area) constructed from shielding material, such as metallized polyet ...