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William Henry Kahl, Robert C Best, David E Burbrink: Theft deterrent can dispenser. Wood Herron & Evans, March 19, 2013: US08397922 (43 worldwide citation)

A theft deterrent dispensing unit particularly for use with cans includes a conveyor section that leads to a dispensing head. A shroud extends over the forward edge of the conveying section. The dispensing head pivots downwardly allowing the leading can to be grasped without interference of the shro ...


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William Henry Kahl, Robert C Best, David E Burbrink: Theft deterrent can dispenser. Fasteners For Retail, Wood Herron & Evans, July 19, 2011: US07980398 (42 worldwide citation)

A theft deterrent dispensing unit particularly for use with cans includes a conveyor section that leads to a dispensing head. A shroud extends over the forward edge of the conveying section. The dispensing head pivots downwardly allowing the leading can to be grasped without interference of the shro ...


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Charles Edward Baukal Jr, Vladimir Yliy Gershtein, James Francis Heffron, Robert C Best, Prince Boyd Eleazer III: Method and apparatus for reducing NOx production during air-oxygen-fuel combustion. Air Products and Chemicals, Willard Jones II, February 16, 1999: US05871343 (28 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for reducing NOx production during air-oxygen-fuel combustion by providing a central core of fuel surrounded by a sheath of oxygen at a combustion end of an air-oxygen-fuel burner. Diametrically opposed air passages are provided on either side of the oxygen sheath to permit entr ...


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Robert O Russell, Robert W Limes, Robert C Best: Fire protection materials and methods of making them. Republic Steel Corporation, Cooper Dunham Clark Griffin & Moran, April 14, 1981: US04262055 (8 worldwide citation)

A fire protection material, suitable for use as a coating for structural members, produced by mixing a lightweight refractory aggregate including magnesia with ammonium phosphates in aqueous solution, wherein the composition of the phosphates is at least about 20% by weight polyphosphates, balance o ...


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Zbigniew Zurecki, John L Green, Robert C Best, David J Lach: Method and apparatus for inert gas blanketing of a reactor or vessel used to process materials at elevated temperatures such as an induction furnace used to remelt metals for casting. Air Products and Chemicals, James C Simmons, May 21, 1996: US05518221 (5 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for blanketing the surface of material, e.g. molten metal contained in an open top vessel, e.g. induction furnace, by establishing a swirling flow of an inert gas having a density greater than air at the top of the vessel. Inert gas exits the swirl flow through an opening in a ...


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