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Rogers John E: Pressure controlled resilient supporting structure. Evans Ronald J P, Babcock William C, May 27, 1975: US3885257 (62 worldwide citation)

A resilient block, preferably formed from a foamed resin, that has a number of criss-crossed arranged grooves formed therein which extend inwardly from at least a first surface thereof. The grooves cooperate with one another to define a number of spaced pads in the block, which pads include weight-s ...


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Rogers John E: Preformed self-conforming drop foot brace. Memorial Hospital Medical Center of Long Beach, Babcock William C, November 4, 1975: US3916886 (35 worldwide citation)

A preformed, light weight, drop foot brace that is self-conforming and removably positionable adjacent to the posterior calf portion, the heel and instep of a leg of a user who has suffered a stroke or other disability, with the brace when employed maintaining the foot of a user in a normal walking ...


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Rogers John E: Vehicle wheel elevating and leveling device. August 14, 1973: US3752441 (16 worldwide citation)

A wheel elevating, leveling and chocking device useful as (1) a lift and (2) a scotch (chock) for a camper wheel. It is of elongated stepped construction in that it embodies several step-like sections which are oriented in end-to-end alignment, are telescopingly united, and can be extended for ramp- ...


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James Robert C, Hart Charles G, Rogers John E, Safranski Richard W: Auger filler and control therefor. Hayssen Manufacturing Company, November 2, 1971: US3616968 (6 worldwide citation)

An auger filler for rapid and accurate dispensing of metered quantities of fluent products in which an auger is operated via an electromagnetic clutch and brake unit with reduction gearing between the clutch output and the auger for driving the auger at a lower speed than the clutch output. The unit ...


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James Robert C, Hart Charles G, Rogers John E, Safranski Richard W: Auger filler and control therefor. August 29, 1972: US3687250 (3 worldwide citation)

An auger filler for rapid and accurate dispensing of metered quantities of fluent products in which an auger is operated via an electromagnetic clutch and brake unit with reduction gearing between the clutch output and the auger for driving the auger at a lower speed than the clutch output. The unit ...


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Rogers John E, Kisner Ronnie D: Ultra low density polyolefin foam, foamable polyolefin compositions and process for making same.. Astro Valcour, March 2, 1994: EP0585148-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

An ultra low density polyolefin foam having a density of about 0.6 to about 1.5 pounds per cubic foot comprising a heat-plastified mixture comprising (1) a non-elastomeric olefin polymer resin selected from the group consisting of ethylene homopolymers, non-elastomeric copolymers of ethylene and a c ...


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Slater Todd, Rogers John E, Zieles Michael D: Methods and systems of diagnosing fuel injection system error. Cummins, November 23, 2005: GB2414277-A

A fueling system (100) for an internal combustion engine (40). The system (100) has a voltage booster (120) and a fuel injector (112). The voltage booster (120) is operatively coupled to the injector (112) to selectively drive the injector (112). A method includes determining compliance of a booster ...


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Rogers John E: Pit detector and method.. Penetect, June 28, 1995: EP0659273-A1

A method and apparatus for detecting the presence of an impurity within a substantially spherical object, such as piece of stone fruit. An infrared point source light emitting diode (32) positioned on one side of an inspection zone (24) transmits a single light beam across the inspection zone (24). ...


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Rogers John E: Detecteur de noyaux et methode correspondante, Pit detector and method. Penetect, Penetect, SMART & BIGGAR, March 17, 1994: CA2144335

A method and apparatus for detecting the presence of an impurity within a substantially spherical object, such as piece of stone fruit. An infrared point source light emitting diode (32) positioned on one side of an inspection zone (24) transmits a single light beam across the inspection zone (24). ...