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Eric Richard Bartsch, Charles William Fisher, Paul Amaat France, James Frederick Kirkpatrick, Gary Gordon Heaton, Thomas Charles Hortel, Arseni Velerevich Radomyselski, James Randy Stigall: Home cleaning robot. The Procter & Gamble Company, Larry L Huston, Leonard L Lewis, October 1, 2002: US06459955 (437 worldwide citation)

An autonomously movable cleaning robot comprising a platform and motive force to autonomously move the robot on a substantially horizontal surface having boundaries. The robot further has a computer processing unit for storing, receiving and transmitting data, and a cleaning implement operatively as ...


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Bruno Johannes Ehrnsperger, Paul Amaat France, Arseni V Radomyselski, Jean Wevers: Use of absorbent materials to separate water from lipophilic fluid. Procter & Gamble Company, Caroline Wei Berk, C Brant Cook, Kim W Zerby, February 15, 2005: US06855173 (58 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to the use of absorbent materials for separating water from an emulsion comprising water and lipophilic fluid. The methods, systems, and compositions of the present invention expose the emulsion to absorbent materials such that water is absorbed out of the emulsion in o ...


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Anna Vadimovna Noyes, Arseni V Radomyselski, John Cort Severns, Paul Amaat France: Methods and apparatus for particulate removal from fabrics. Procter & Gamble Company, C Brant Cook, Kim W Zerby, Steve W Miller, May 20, 2003: US06564591 (14 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to devices and processes for removing particulate soil from fabric articles, especially articles of clothing, linen and drapery.


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John Christopher Deak, Paul Amaat France, Kristina Marie Rohal Gansle, Anna Vadimovna Noyes, Arseni V Radomyselski, John Cort Severns, Christiaan Arthur Jacques Kamiel Thoen, Jean Wevers: Process for treating a lipophilic fluid. Procter & Gamble Company, Caroline Wei Berk, C Brant Cook, Kim W Zerby, August 16, 2005: US06930079 (13 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a process for treating a lipophilic fluid contained in an emulsion of water and lipophilic fluid. The process includes the steps of pretreating the emulsion, removing lipophilic fluid from the emulsion, and purifying the lipophilic fluid to remove at least a portion ...


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John Christopher Deak, Paul Amaat France, Anna Vadimovna Noyes, Arseni V Radomyselski: Process for separating lipophilic fluid containing emulsions with electric coalescence. Procter & Gamble Company, Caroline Wei Berk, C Brant Cook, Kim W Zerby, March 16, 2004: US06706076 (11 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method for electrically coalescing emulsions especially those containing lipophilic fluid. The present invention is also directed to a method to treat fabrics wherein such an emulsion is created during the treatment process and requires electric coalescence prior t ...


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Anna Vadimovna Noyes, John Christopher Deak, Jeffrey John Scheibel, Phillip Kyle Vinson, Frederick Anthony Hartman, James Charles Theophile Roger Burckett St Laurent, John Cort Severns, Arseni V Radomyselski, Paul Amaat France, Jerome Howard Collins, Christiaan Arthur Jacques Kamiel Thoen, Nabil Yaqub Sakkab: Domestic fabric article refreshment in integrated cleaning and treatment processes. Procter & Gamble Company, Caroline Wei Berk, Kim W Zerby, Steve W Miller, April 25, 2006: US07033985 (10 worldwide citation)

A process for fabric article treatment in a single appliance using a substantially aqueous mediumd comprising a first predominant fluid and a substantially non-aqueous medium comprising a second predominant fluid. Specifically, the first and the second predominant fluids are selected to be different ...