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Norman L Siegel, David E Minerovic, Raymond C Kralovic, Bill R Sanford, Pamela C Tanner, Donald J Rebele, Douglas F Marshall, Samuel M Fung, John L Beiswenger: Office size instrument sterilization system. Steris Corporation, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, June 8, 1993: US05217698 (45 worldwide citation)

The body portion (A) of a small portable sterilizer has a face panel (46) against which a door (B) is selectively closed. The face panel defines an access opening for a sterilization chamber (10) which receives a cassette (C), an access opening for an anti-microbial concentrate chamber (20) which re ...


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Norman L Siegel, Raymond C Kralovic, Kenneth E Scheckelhoff: Two compartment cup for powdered sterilant reagent components. Steris Corporation, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, May 11, 1993: US05209909 (39 worldwide citation)

A front door (B) of a countertop decontamination unit is opened to gain access to a chamber (10) for receiving a cartridge (C) containing items to be sterilized and a chamber (12) for receiving a two compartment powdered anti-microbial agent carrying cup (D). The cup includes an outer cup portion (6 ...


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Norman L Siegel, Gregory M Bird, Kenneth G Rhineberger, James Bacnik, Paul Mueller, Daniel Kump, William H Walker: Retail shelf supply monitoring system. Fasteners For Retail, Fay Sharpe, September 4, 2012: US08260456 (37 worldwide citation)

An inventory shelf monitoring system includes a plurality of track systems located on at least one shelf of a retail or warehouse establishment. Each track system includes a sensor and actuator that determines the position of a product pusher. The identity and location of the product pusher, for eac ...


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Edward T Schneider, Norman L Siegel, Raymond C Kralovic: Container for holding equipment during sterilization. Steris Corporation, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, February 25, 1992: US05091343 (35 worldwide citation)

A liquid sterilizing system (A) defines a basin (10) in which a container (B) is removably disposed. The liquid sterilizing system selectively pumps sterile rinse liquids from a supply (24) and liquid sterilant solutions from a supply (70) into the basin filling the basin and the container. The cont ...


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Norman L Siegel, Gregory M Bird, Kenneth G Rhineberger, James Bacnik, Paul Mueller, Daniel Kump, William H Walker: Retail shelf supply monitoring system. Fasteners For Retail, Fay Sharpe, March 18, 2014: US08676377 (23 worldwide citation)

An inventory shelf monitoring system includes a plurality of track systems located on at least one shelf of a retail or warehouse establishment. Each track system includes a sensor and actuator that determines the position of a product pusher. The identity and location of the product pusher, for eac ...


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Norman L Siegel, Lewis I Schwartz, Raymond C Kralovic, Joseph J Switka, Craig M Saunders, Nick E Stanca, Gregory A Dale, Jeffrey S Plantz: Two compartment cup for powdered sterilant reagent components. Steris Corporation, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, September 2, 1997: US05662866 (14 worldwide citation)

A lid (10) of a countertop decontamination unit (A) is opened to gain access to a tray (12) for receiving items to be sterilized and a well (16) for receiving a two compartment powdered anti-microbial agent carrying cup (C). The cup includes an outer cup portion (50) and an inner cup portion (70) th ...


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Mathew J Adams, Kenneth R Lamaster, David B Mennel, Jeffrey C Rapp, Lewis I Schwartz, Norman L Siegel, Joseph H Wilson: Method for disposal of biological waste. Ecomed, Steris, Willian Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, July 9, 1996: US05534162 (12 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided for removing liquids from biological waste by the employment of centrifugal force to separate the liquid from the biological waste particulate and into a container separate from a biological waste container, permitting the dried biological waste and removed liquid ...


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Mathew J Adams, Kenneth R Lamaster, David B Mennel, Jeffrey C Rapp, Lewis I Schwartz, Norman L Siegel, Joseph H Wilson: Centrifugal apparatus for biological waste disposal. Ecomed, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, February 11, 1997: US05601712 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided for removing liquids from biological waste by the employment of centrifugal force to separate the liquid from the biological waste particulate and into a container separate from a biological waste container, permitting the dried biological waste and removed liquid ...


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