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Tom R Vandermeyden: Hot water control. Fluidmaster, Freilich Hornbaker Rosen & Fernandez, May 30, 1989: US04834284 (52 worldwide citation)

A system is described for use with a hot water supply for hotels, apartment buildings and similar multi-unit structures, which controls the temperature T.sub.1 of water at the outlet of a water tank to make it close to a desired temperature DTEMP that is low during times of low demand to save energy ...


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Tom R Vandermeyden, Oscar R Dufau, Frederick Blau Jr: Hot water heating system having minimum hot water use based on minimum water temperatures and time of heating. Fluidmaster, George E Schick, November 4, 1986: US04620667 (41 worldwide citation)

A conventional hot water heating system generally of the type for heating water in multiple units of hotels, motels, schools and the like and using any heating medium has a processor and control assembly which is operationally connected to at least a water temperature sensing means and a heating con ...


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Marvin R Crummer, Kenneth S Gold, David G Johnson, Tom R Vandermeyden, Edmond R Pelta: Engine generated waveform analyzer. FMC Corporation, H M Stanley, R B Megley, July 19, 1983: US04394742 (32 worldwide citation)

An internal combustion engine analyzer provides both data acquisition and data processing and includes an analog waveform analysis subsystem together with a general purpose background system wherein appropriate power distribution is provided for the system as a whole and peripheral equipment such as ...


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Frederick Blau Jr, John M Gross, Tom R Vandermeyden: Scheduled hot water heating based on automatically periodically adjusted historical data. Fluidmaster, George E Schick, June 11, 1985: US04522333 (29 worldwide citation)

A conventional hot water heating system generally of the type for heating water in multiple units of hotels, motels and the like and using any heating medium has a processor and control assembly operationally connected to at least a heating control means, a water temperature sensing means and a wate ...