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Paul W Havens, Dennis J Mancl: Air guide assembly for an electric motor and methods of making. Electrolux Corporation, Nicola A Pisano, March 22, 1994: US05296769 (117 worldwide citation)

An air guide and motor housing assembly for use in domestic and commercial vacuum cleaners is described wherein the assembly comprises an air guide having a center detail for engaging the motor housing to facilitate assembly of the components, and reduce creep, turbulence and vibration-induced noise ...


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Paul W Havens, Glynn Clements: Canister lid with improved evacuation and vent assembly. Tilia International, Unimark Plastics, Perkins Coie, May 23, 2006: US07048136 (37 worldwide citation)

A canister lid includes a cover member adapted to cover a canister, thereby defining an interior of the canister. An evacuation valve is adapted to allow evacuation of the interior of the container. A vacuum release valve is adapted to allow venting of the interior of the container.


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Dennis J Mancl, Donald C Johnson, Paul W Havens: Electric motor and brush/shunt assembly therefor. Electrolux Corporation, Jeffrey H Ingerman, Fish & Neave, November 7, 1995: US05465016 (14 worldwide citation)

A brush/shunt assembly for an electric motor is provided. The shunt portion of the assembly is a stranded wire shunt with a joined (e.g., fused) end that can be easily inserted into a slotted terminal. A lubricant can be added to reduce insertion forces.


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Paul W Havens, Glynn Clements: Canister lid with improved evacuation and vent assembly. Tilia International, Unimark Plastics, Fliesler Meyer, May 6, 2004: US20040084450-A1

A canister lid includes a cover member adapted to cover a canister, thereby defining an interior of the canister. An evacuation valve is adapted to allow evacuation of the interior of the container. A vacuum release valve is adapted to allow venting of the interior of the container.


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Kenneth Laga, Paul W Havens: Wall rack for saw blades. The Lehigh Group, Coleman Sudol Sapone PC, March 15, 2007: US20070056918-A1

A rack for storing saw blades comprises a body member having a rear side, and a front side and a plurality of parallel upwardly-open slots for receiving respective circular saw blades. The slots are spaced from one another by sufficient space to permit a user's fingers to grasp any selected one of t ...