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Robert A Bilbrey, Bruce R Koball, John S H Loram: Automated liquid dispenser control. American Hospital Supply Corporation, James F Mitchell, October 9, 1984: US04475666 (109 worldwide citation)

A servo controlled actuator for an automated liquid dispenser for dispensing reagents or diluting samples with reagent automatically in accord with a programmed local microprocessor or remote computer control. The dispenser has at least one reciprocable syringe, valving for it and a syringe actuator ...


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Robert A Bilbrey: Vortexer. Scientific Manufacturing, December 15, 1981: US04305668 (77 worldwide citation)

A vortexer apparatus having a hold down plate detachably mounted to an upright cylindrical support, said support having a pair of splines formed thereon, the end of one spline being spaced from the near end of the other spline by a circumferential groove, said hold down plate being supported from an ...


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Robert A Bilbrey, Bruce R Koball: Opto-mechanical cursor positioning device. Universal Supply, Edward F Towers, Majestic Gallagher Parsons & Siebert, September 24, 1985: US04543571 (29 worldwide citation)

A hand-held "Mouse" contains an optical system for detecting the number of patterns crossed by its movement across a periodic optical pattern. The optical system is limited to detecting the distance traveled by the mouse across the pattern, a mechanical displacement device within the mouse being uti ...


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Christopher C Rutter, Robert A Bilbrey, Bruce R Koball: Apparatus for filling flexible plastic bags carried in a continuous web and supplies therefore. Rapak, Majestic Parsons Siebert & Hsue, May 26, 1992: US05115626 (20 worldwide citation)

A machine for automatically filling plastic bags with liquid or particulate material moves a continuous web of such bags through a number of serially positioned work stations. The bags are completely sealed when they enter the machine. As each bag passes through a slitting work station, a specially ...


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Christopher C Rutter, Robert A Bilbrey, Bruce R Koball: Plastic bags carried in a continuous web. Rapak, Majestic Parsons Siebert & Hsue, January 1, 1991: US04981374 (11 worldwide citation)

A machine for automatically filling plastic bags with liquid or particulate material moves a continuous web of such bags through a number of serially positioned work stations. The bags are completely sealed when they enter the machine. As each bag passes through a slitting work station, a specially ...


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Robert A Bilbrey: Apparatus for feeding sheet material from the bottom of a stack. Ball Computer Products, Limbach Limbach & Sutton, October 5, 1976: US03984659 (9 worldwide citation)

The end of a movable belt adjoins a supporting surface for removing a bottom sheet from a stack of sheets sitting on the supporting surface. A wall structure over the conveyor belt prevents those sheets other than the bottom sheet from being removed from the stack. The sheet supporting surface may b ...


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Christopher C Rutter, Robert A Bilbrey, William Charron: Dual channel bag filling machine with a clean in place system that cleans one channel while the other continues to fill bags. Packaging Systems, Majestic Parsons Siebert & Hsue, September 22, 1998: US05810059 (8 worldwide citation)

According to a preferred embodiment, a machine for filling containers, such flexible plastic bags, with fluid product, such a liquid food product, uses two container fill nozzles that each has a product supply system. While one of the nozzles is being used to fill containers that are being moved thr ...


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Robert A Bilbrey: Automated liquid dispenser. American Hospital Supply Corporation, James F Mitchell, October 16, 1984: US04476999 (6 worldwide citation)

An automated liquid dispenser for dispensing reagents or diluting samples with reagent automatically with enhanced accuracy, precision and speed, which comprises a dispenser frame carrying demountable precision metering syringes that are reciprocated and a rotary valve for each syringe that is stepp ...


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Robert A Bilbrey, William O Munroe, David G Powell: Hydraulic safety mechanism. California Controls Company, Fitch Even & Tabin, May 27, 1980: US04204513 (5 worldwide citation)

Three embodiments of a hydraulic safety mechanism are adapted to adjust the speed setting for an engine upon a reduction of pressure in a chamber, due for example, to loss of lubricating pressure, overspeeding of the engine or overheating, for example. In each embodiment, a speed control element for ...


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Christopher C Rutter, Robert A Bilbrey, William Charron: Dual channel bag filling machine with a clean-in-place system that cleans one channel while the other continues to fill bags. Packaging Systems, Majestic Parsons Siebert & Hsue, November 25, 1997: US05690151 (5 worldwide citation)

A machine for filling containers, such as flexible plastic bags, with fluid product, such as liquid food product, using two container fill nozzles that each having a product supply system. While one of the nozzles is being used to fill containers that are being moved through the machine, the other n ...