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Nicholas G Lazaris, Roderick H Beaulieu: Disposable single serve beverage filter cartridge. Keurig Incorporated, Samuels Gauthier & Stevens, August 19, 2003: US06607762 (189 worldwide citation)

A beverage filter cartridge comprises an outer container with an access opening. A filter element is received in and configured and arranged to subdivide the interior of the container into first and second chambers. A beverage medium is stored in the first chamber. A lid closes the access opening. T ...


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Richard Sweeney, Nicholas G Lazaris, Roderick H Beaulieu, William P Bucuzzo: Beverage filter cartridge. Keurig Incorporated, Samuels Gauthier & Stevens, November 11, 2003: US06645537 (187 worldwide citation)

A beverage filter cartridge includes a cup-shaped outer container with a bottom and a side wall extending upwardly from the bottom wall to a circular rim surrounding an upper opening. The side wall has an upper section extending downwardly from the rim to an intermediate section, and a tapered lower ...


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Roderick H Beaulieu, James W Wuertele, Richard P Sweeney, John E Sylvan, Kenneth A Focht, Jennie Kwo: Automated beverage brewing system. Keurig, Samuels Gauthier & Stevens, November 7, 2000: US06142063 (181 worldwide citation)

An automated beverage brewing system includes a liquid storage tank and a metering chamber. The metering chamber is at least partially submerged beneath a standing level of liquid in the storage tank. The chamber includes a sealable liquid inlet port communicating with the interior of the storage ta ...


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Roderick H Beaulieu, James W Wuertele, Richard P Sweeney, John E Sylvan, Michael G Woram, Kenneth A Focht, Jennie Kwo: Beverage filter cartridge holder. Keurig, Samuels Gauthier & Stevens, February 6, 2001: US06182554 (172 worldwide citation)

A cup shaped holder is internally provided with an ejection mechanism which serves to automatically dislodge a spent beverage cartridge from an upwardly extending piercing member when the lid is opened at the end of a brewing cycle. In addition, the holder is mounted on externally protruding trunnio ...


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Nicholas G Lazaris, Roderick H Beaulieu: Beverage filter cartridge holder. Keurig Incorporated, Samuels Gauthier & Stevens, December 2, 2003: US06655260 (146 worldwide citation)

A brewer operates during a brew cycle to brew a beverage by infusing heated liquid with a dry beverage medium contained in a single serve disposable cartridge. During the brew cycle, the cartridge is contained in a cup-shaped housing closed by a lid. Rotation of the cartridge within the housing is r ...


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Roderick H Beaulieu, James W Wuertele, Richard P Sweeney, John E Sylvan, Michael G Woram, Kenneth A Focht, Jennie Kwo: Beverage filter cartridge holder. Keurig, Samuels Gauthier & Stevens, June 27, 2000: US06079315 (129 worldwide citation)

A cup shaped holder is internally provided with an ejection mechanism which serves to automatically dislodge a spent beverage cartridge from an upwardly extending piercing member when the lid is opened at the end of a brewing cycle. In addition, the holder is mounted on externally protruding trunnio ...


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Richard P Sweeney, Nicholas G Lazaris, Roderick H Beaulieu: Re-usable beverage filter cartridge. Keurig Incorporated, Samuels Gauthier & Stevens, December 9, 2003: US06658989 (126 worldwide citation)

For use in a single serve beverage brewer in which a measured charge of a dry beverage medium is infused with a metered amount of heated liquid to produce a beverage medium, a reusable beverage filter cartridge is provided for containing the beverage medium and for accommodating an inflow of the hea ...


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Nicholas G Lazaris, Roderick H Beaulieu: Beverage filter cartridge holder. Keuring Incorporated, Samuels Gauthier & Stevens, November 11, 2003: US06644173 (85 worldwide citation)

A beverage is brewed by infusing heated liquid with a dry beverage medium contained in a first chamber of a disposable cartridge. The cartridge is internally subdivided by a permeable filter separating the first chamber from a second chamber, with both chambers being closed by piercable lid on one s ...


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Frederick W Trombley III, Robert M Schmidt, David M Reilly, Alan D Hirschman, David M Griffiths, Gerald W Callan, Luis A Pedraza, Jennie Kwo, Christopher T Zirps, Roderick H Beaulieu: Injection system having a pressure isolation mechanism and/or a handheld controller. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, Christian E Schuster, Henry E Bartony Jr, August 22, 2006: US07094216 (74 worldwide citation)

An injector system includes a powered injector, a pressurizing chamber in operative connection with the powered injector, a fluid path in fluid connection with the pressurizing chamber, and a manual control in fluid connection with the fluid path. The manual control includes at least one actuator fo ...


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Gerald W Callan, Luis A Pedraza, Jennie Kwo, Christopher T Zirps, Roderick H Beaulieu: Pressure isolation mechanisms and fluid delivery systems including pressure isolation mechanisms. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, James R Stevenson, March 15, 2005: US06866654 (74 worldwide citation)

A pressure isolation mechanism for use in a medical procedure includes a lumen, an isolation port in fluid connection with the lumen, and a valve having a first state and a second state. The first state occurs when the lumen and the isolation port are connected. The second state occurs when the lume ...