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James R Amble, Lambrerrtus Hesselink, Tokyuki Honda, Mark E McDonald, Michael V Morelli, Andrew J Daiber, Herman A Ferrier, Sanjoy Ghose, Thomas A Kridl, Matthew Lipson, Shunichi Nishimura, Sergei Sochava, LeRoy A Volz: Optical data storage system with multiple layer media. Siros Technologies, Sierra Patent Group, June 3, 2003: US06574174 (44 worldwide citation)

An optical information storage system using optical storage media including multiple data layers or stacks wherein each of the multiple data stacks has a storage density comparable to a conventional single layer optical disk. The optical data storage system comprises an optical medium having a singl ...


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Kenneth B Pithouse, Thomas A Kridl, James T Triplett: Heat-recoverable article. Raychem, T Gene Dillahunty, Herbert G Burkard, December 23, 1986: US04631098 (36 worldwide citation)

A heat recoverable article comprises a recoverable fabric and a polymeric layer of at least 0.03 mm thickness, and preferably unstressed. Such an article can be recovered by means of a torch to provide an environmental seal around substrates such as cables and pipes.


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Kenneth B Pithouse, Thomas A Kridl, James T Triplett: Recoverable article. Raychem Corporation, A Stephen Zavell, Herbert G Burkard, February 7, 1989: US04803103 (24 worldwide citation)

A recoverable article comprises a fabric having zones of different or uniformly varying recovery forces or ratios. The fabric can be made impervious and used for environmental protection.


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James L Claypool, Thomas A Kridl, Lee M Middleman: Laminar electrical heaters. Raychem Corporation, Timothy H P Richardson, Marguerite E Gerstner, Herbert G Burkard, February 27, 1990: US04904850 (23 worldwide citation)

An electrical heater which has a conductive polymer resistive element and two laminar electrodes. The electrodes are shaped and positioned such that there is a continuous margin around the periphery of the resistive element on at least one surface. The margin is particularly useful in reducing arcin ...


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Gregory P Hayward, Robert J Naidoff, David A Horsma, Lowell I Koht, Donald Del Fava, Damian Kaczorowski, Thomas A Kridl: Sealed optical fiber closures. Raynet Corporation, Herbert G Burkard, March 7, 1995: US05396575 (19 worldwide citation)

An assembly capable of enclosing and sealing an intermediate section of an optical fiber includes a plurality of sealing mechanisms arranged such that the assembly can be entered to gain access to electronic components for servicing without affecting an environment occupied by optical fiber broken o ...


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Kenneth B Pithouse, Thomas A Kridl, James T Triplett: Recoverable article for encapsulation. Raychem, T Gene Dillahunty, Herbert G Burkard, December 2, 1986: US04626458 (16 worldwide citation)

A recoverable article comprises a recoverable fabric, means for rendering the fabric impervious, and a shaped liner. The assembly can be used to form a pressure resistant splice case for telecommunications cables.


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Kenneth B Pithouse, Thomas A Kridl, James T Triplett: Recoverable article for encapsulation. Raychem Corporation, A Stephen Zavell, Herbert G Burkard, April 11, 1989: US04820561 (12 worldwide citation)

A recoverable article comprises a recoverable fabric, means for rendering the fabric impervious, and a shaped liner. The assembly can be used to form a pressure resistant splice case for telecommunications cables.


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Kenneth B Pithouse, Thomas A Kridl, James T Triplett: Method of environmental sealing. Raychem, Herbert G Burkard, August 2, 1988: US04761194 (12 worldwide citation)

A method of environmentally sealing a pipe, cable or harness substrate by means of a recoverable fabric and a sheet of polymeric material.


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Carney P Claunch II, Thomas A Kridl, Jose P Gamarra: Heat-shrinkable article. Raychem Corporation, Dennis E Kovach, T Gene Dillahunty, July 30, 1985: US04532164 (11 worldwide citation)

A heat-shrinkable article comprising (1) a heat-shrinkable layer of polymeric material, (2) a laminar heater which comprises a conductive polymer layer sandwiched between apertured metal electrodes and which is secured to the inner surface of the layer, and (3) a member which is secured to the insid ...