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Jose Luis Correa, Diego Fontayne, Karl Dallas Kirk III, James T Collins III: Nasal mask and headgear. Respironics Georgia, Gerald R Boss Esq, Troutman Sanders, September 19, 2000: US06119694 (290 worldwide citation)

A nasal mask assembly having a nare seal for enclosing the nares of a patient and a pair of lateral support members for engaging the cheekbones of a patient and supporting the nasal mask assembly. An associated headgear assembly constructed of semi-rigid members are selectively interconnected for de ...


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Christiane Lomas: Headwear for supporting a breathing apparatus. Amster Rothstein & Ebenstein, August 6, 1996: US05542128 (195 worldwide citation)

A hood or cap for a face mask breathing apparatus formed of flexible material having a narrow front piece which extends down the forehead of the wearer adjacent the nostril which merges into a wider back piece to encompass at least the rear of the head and the rear of the neck of the wearer the fron ...


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John Y Chen: Gelatinous elastomer articles. Applied Elastomerics, May 27, 1997: US05633286 (180 worldwide citation)

Novel composites are formed from a low rigidity oriented and non-oriented gelatinous elastomer composition of poly(styrene-ethylene-butylene-styrene) or poly(styrene-ethylene-proplene-styrene) triblock copolymer and high levels of a plasticizing oil. The gelatinous elastomer composition is physicall ...


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John Y Chen: Gelatinous elastomer articles. Applied Elastomerics, August 9, 1994: US05336708 (177 worldwide citation)

Novel composites are formed from a low rigidity gelatinous elastomer composition of poly(styrene-ethylene-butylene-styrene) triblock copolymer and high levels of a plasticizing oil. The gelatinous elastomer composition is physically interlocked with an open cell sponge thereby displacing the air spa ...


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John Y Chen: Thermoplastic elastomer gelatinous articles. Applied Elastomerics, August 2, 1994: US05334646 (169 worldwide citation)

Novel gelatinous compositions and articles are formed from an intimate melt blend admixture of poly(styrene-ethylene-butylene-styrene) triblock copolymer and high levels of a plasticizing oil.


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John Y Chen: Thermoplastic elastomer gelatinous compositions and articles. Applied Elastomerics, April 16, 1996: US05508334 (168 worldwide citation)

Novel gelatinous compositions and articles are fromed from an intimate melt blend admixture of poly(styrene-ethylene-butylene-styrene) triblock copolymer and high levels of a plasticizing oil.


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Jonathan R Prendergast: Helmet mount for night vision device. Norotos, Christie Parker & Hale, October 1, 2002: US06457179 (165 worldwide citation)

A helmet mount for a night vision device with a goggle horn for attachment to the helmet mount is disclosed. The helmet mount includes an adjustable socket assembly for mounting goggle horns with varying dimensions therein, and a break away latch assembly in the lower socket that allows a goggle hor ...


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Jonathon R Prendergast: Magnet module for night vision goggles helmet mount. Norotos, Christie Parker & Hale, March 8, 2005: US06862748 (153 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides for a magnet module adapted for use in an automatic shutdown assembly of a flip-up helmet mount for a night vision device, the magnet module comprising a vertically angled cavity with a substantially L-shaped profile, the cavity including a use end and a stowed end sub ...


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Jonathon R Prendergast, Ronald R Soto: Helmet mounting assembly with break away connection. Norotos, Christie Parker & Hale, November 4, 2008: US07444683 (138 worldwide citation)

An assembly for mounting a night vision device to a helmet is provided that includes a helmet with a mounting device attached to the helmet, and a mounting assembly carrying a night vision device and having a helmet mounting surface for connection to the mounting device, wherein a break away connect ...


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Walter Stewart, Nicholas Jones, Wolfger Schneider: Helmet system including at least three accelerometers and mass memory and method for recording in real-time orthogonal acceleration data of a head. Johns Hopkins University, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, November 9, 1999: US05978972 (129 worldwide citation)

A system designed to measure and record in real time data relating to translational and angular acceleration of an individual's head during normal sporting activity. One embodiment of the device includes at least three orthogonal accelerometers mounted within a sports helmet together with means for ...



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