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Stibbe Paul H: High velocity web floating air bar having center exhaust means. TEC Systems, Nilles James E, March 25, 1975: US3873013 (44 worldwide citation)

An air bar for floating web material and which includes two slot nozzles, one along each of its longitudinal edges and which nozzles direct air streams toward the web and partially toward one another. The bar has a lengthwise center exhaust means for immediately removing a percentage of the two conv ...


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Frost John W, Stibbe Paul H: Web handling apparatus. TEC Systems, December 4, 1973: US3776440 (12 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for handling a running web including oppositely disposed air bars for drying and/or positioning the web as it passes between the air bars. Means are provided for quickly and easily inserting and removing the air bars for replacement or maintenance and also for insuring that the air bars ar ...


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Stibbe Paul H: Hydrostatic transmission with freewheel drive. J I Case Company, February 16, 1971: US3563352 (10 worldwide citation)

The drive system of the present application has particular utility in connection with a small vehicle, such as a garden tractor, and the propelling wheels of the vehicle are powered through a system including a belt-driven hydrostatic transmission and a gear reducer, with one-way clutch means being ...


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Blaauw Andrew, Stibbe Paul H: Brake actuated return to neutral mechanism. J I Case Company, November 9, 1971: US3618718 (6 worldwide citation)

A hydrostatic transmission control linkage having a shift lever movable towards a drive position and a neutral position and to which is attached a friction plate adapted to normally retain the lever in the drive position by means of frictional contact with a plunger yieldably urged against the plate ...


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Stibbe Paul H, Downham Roy E, Daane Robert A: Web dryer. Advance Systems, February 14, 1990: GB2221752-A

Apparatus for floatingly suspending a running web (W) through an elongated dryer, has a series of air delivering, individual air bars (14, 15) located generally horizontally along the length of the web for discharging air towards the web to support it. The spent air passes into the space between the ...


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Stibbe Paul H, Downham Roy E, Daane Robert A: Dryer apparatus for floating a running web and having baffle means for spent return air. Advance Systems, March 9, 1990: FR2636128-A1

Apparatus for floatingly suspending a running web through an elongated dryer, and having a series of air delivering, individual air bars located along the length of the web for discharging air towards the web for supporting the latter, the spent air then passing into the space between the air bars; ...


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Stibbe Paul H: Barre de sustentation pneumatique, a couloir interne garni de derivations transversales, pour bande de papier defilant a haute vitesse, High velocity web floating air bar having an internal passage for transverse air discharge slot means. Wr Grace &Amp Co Conn, SMART & BIGGAR, September 22, 1981: CA1109498

HIGH VELOCITY WEB FLOATING AIR BAR HAVING AN INTERNAL PASSAGE FOR TRANSVERSE AIR DISCHARGE SLOT MEANS Abstract of the Disclosure An elongated and generally tubular air bar having pressurizedair discharge slot means extending transversely across a web tobe floated by the bar, the bar having an intern ...


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Stenz Douglas S, Stibbe Paul H: Appareil de stabilisation active de bande, Active web stabilization apparatus. Thermo Wisconsin, Thermo Wisconsin, DEETH WILLIAMS WALL, June 17, 1999: CA2313218

An active web stabilizer (100) including a structure having a leading edge (108) and a working surface (104) coupled by a curved surface (106), the working surface (104) being positioned proximate to a passing web (102). An internal pressurized air duct (114, 116) extends along the working surface ( ...


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Stibbe Paul H, Daane Robert A: Systeme a lame dair porteuse et plaque de type coanda en retrait pour le defilement haute vitesse dune feuille continue de papier, High velocity web floating air bar having a recessed coanda plate. Wr Grace &Amp Co Conn, SMART & BIGGAR, June 23, 1981: CA1103711

HIGH VELOCITY WEB FLOATING AIRBAR HAVING A RECESSED COANDA PLATE Abstract of the Disclosure An air bar for floating a running web and having two spacedapart air nozzles through which pressurized air is directed againstthe web to form a supporting air cushion for the web. The nozzlesare elongated slo ...


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Stenz Douglas S, Stibbe Paul H: Active web stabilization apparatus. Thermo Wisconsin, BITTMAN Mitchell D, June 17, 1999: WO/1999/029603

An active web stabilizer (100) including a structure having a leading edge (108) and a working surface (104) coupled by a curved surface (106), the working surface (104) being positioned proximate to a passing web (102). An internal pressurized air duct (114, 116) extends along the working surface ( ...