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John P Mansell, William M Riley: Vehicle tracking and security system. Auto Trac, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, June 29, 1993: US05223844 (1168 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a vehicle tracking and security system which allows immediate response in case of vehicle theft, an accident, vehicle breakdown, or other emergency. Guardian and tracking functions are provided through Mobile Units installed in hidden locations in vehicles to be monito ...


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Frederick R Hatch, William M Riley, Thomas M Banks: Unitized exclusion seal. Mather Seal Company, Lawrence J Shurupoff, July 24, 1990: US04943068 (30 worldwide citation)

A static dirt exclusion element is arranged in a unitized housing to contact a rotating exclusion element so as to provide a primary barrier to dust and airborne contaminants. A secondary barrier is provided in the housing in the form of a porous filter element formed of a foam or felted material to ...


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William M Riley Jr: Contoured shaft seal for high pressure applications. Chicago Rawhide Mfg Co, Lockwood Alex FitzGibbon & Cummings, December 24, 1985: US04560177 (15 worldwide citation)

A fluid seal unit for high pressure sealing applications. The seal has a rigid casing and an annular elastomeric sealing lip body which includes a primary seal band contacting a shaft in sealing engagement when the fluid in the sealed region is under a first pressure. The air side surface of the lip ...


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William M Riley Jr, Gregory R Vassmer: Seal having casing unit with contoured annular inner diameter. Chicago Rawhide Mfg Co, James T FitzGibbon, Angelo J Bufalino, July 2, 1985: US04526384 (4 worldwide citation)

An oil seal unit including an elastomeric sealing lip portion and a casing portion made from a rigid material and having a mounting flange, a radially extending, offsetting flange, and an annular inner mounting bead formed by folding at least two thicknesses of the casing material upon each other so ...


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William M Riley: Dust excluder for vehicle air conditioning compressor seal assembly. Mather Seal Company, Lawrence J Shurupoff, August 29, 1989: US04861045 (3 worldwide citation)

A dust excluder (12) for a seal assembly (10) such as utilized with a vehicle air conditioning compressor is disclosed as having an annular inner portion (36) that mounts on a rotatable compressor shaft (20) and as including an outer portion (38) that seals with an annular support (24) of the seal a ...


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Michael W Stephens, William M Riley, Robert L Morin, Steven A Bumbera: Bowling alley masking unit. AMF Bowling, Bacon & Thomas, May 2, 1995: US05411442 (3 worldwide citation)

An easily changeable bowling alley masking unit provides a visual barrier that covers a forward portion of a pin spotter in a first position and provides ready access to that portion of the pin spotting mechanism when in a second position. The unit includes a generally rectangular frame, a cartridge ...


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William M Riley: Spline shaft seal assembly. Automotive Components Holdings, MacMillan Sobanski & Todd, January 29, 2008: US07322579 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to seals and, in particular, to a seal that retains lubrication between the interface of a spline shaft and a sleeve shaft, which move relative to each other. The seal body has a flexible body with an axis and alternating projections and recesses aligned with the axis. ...


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William M Riley: Bowling alley return and storage rack. AMF Bowling, David E Dougherty, April 29, 1997: US05624322 (2 worldwide citation)

A bowling alley ball return and storage rack includes an infeed track and a pair of parallel generally horizontal storage racks disposed on opposite sides of the infeed track. An S-shaped member acts as a stop for directing a first bowling ball to a first of the storage racks and for positioning the ...


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Lawrence Gooss, William M Riley: Horizontal ball-return mechanism. AMF Bpwling, David E Dougherty, July 22, 1997: US05649868 (1 worldwide citation)

A horizontal ball return mechanism for propelling a bowling ball from one end of a bowling alley to the other includes a generally horizontal track with compression and decompression sections and a generally flat horizontal section therebetween. Two pulleys and an endless belt move a bowling ball al ...


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