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Wier Franz: Method of manufacturing a cable portion with a fastening member for a vehicle occupant restraint system and cable portion manufactured by using the method. Trw Repa, November 25, 1998: EP0879742-A1 (361 worldwide citation)

This new method connects a cable section (10) to a fastening termination (12) for a vehicle passenger restraint system. The cable section of desired characteristics, is given a plastic casing (14). This is then heated and the fastener is pressed onto the heated part. Preferably the plastic casing is ...


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H William Derrick Jr, John J Bakula: Derrick Manufacturing Corporation, Joseph P Gastel, June 22, 1993: US05221008 (95 worldwide citation)

A vibratory screen for a vibratory screening machine consisting of a plate having a plurality of spaced openings therein, a coarse screen located in contiguous relationship to the plate, a fine screen on top of the coarse screen, a finer screen on top of the fine screen, and a topmost screen which i ...


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Fritz Gartner, Erich Berger: System for testing paper money and the like. Oesterreichische National Bank, Karl F Ross, Herbert Dubno, January 6, 1976: US03930582 (93 worldwide citation)

To test the genuineness and/or condition of dollar bills or other substantially identical papers, one or more thickness gauges are positioned in the path of these papers and determine the deviations, if any, of the thickness of a passing specimen from a predetermined value or from the thickness of a ...


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Yoshiyuki Touge, Yoshito Yoneyama: Apparatus for and method of fractionating particle in particle-suspended liquid in conformity with the properties thereof. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, January 19, 1993: US05180065 (78 worldwide citation)

This invention measures the properties of individual particles in particle-suspended liquid by an optical technique or the like, causes the particle-suspended liquid to fall while separating the liquid into droplets containing the individual particles therein, and causes liquid droplets discharged f ...


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H William Derrick Jr: Non-clogging screen apparatus. Derrick Manufacturing Corporation, Christel & Bean, July 5, 1977: US04033865 (75 worldwide citation)

A vibratory screening apparatus has a pair of screen cloths in close face to face abutment with the wires of the lower screen cloth generally intersecting the openings of the upper screen cloth to prevent "blinding" of the upper screen cloth by reason of the tendency of the wires of the lower screen ...


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James W Derrick, Robert G Derrick: Non-clogging wear-reducing screen assembly for vibrating screening machine. Derrick Manufacturing Corporation, Joseph P Gastel, March 11, 1986: US04575421 (72 worldwide citation)

A non-clogging and wear-reducing screen assembly for a vibrating screening machine including a substantially rigid plate having upper and lower sides and having first and second pairs of opposite edges, attachment members formed integrally with a plate on a first pair of opposite edges for attachmen ...


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Dennis R Eifling: Dresser, September 29, 1987: US04696751 (68 worldwide citation)

A vibratory screening apparatus for removing suspended solids from liquid comprising a first mesh screen having openings with first and second dimensions for receiving the suspended solids thereon, a second mesh screen in superimposed abutment with the first screen and having openings with a third a ...


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John J Bakula: Derrick Manufacturing Corporation, Joseph P Gastel, May 23, 1995: US05417859 (67 worldwide citation)

A screening screen assembly for a vibratory screening machine including an apertured plate, and a bonded subassembly of an undulating support screen and fine screening screen and finer screening screen bonded to each other by a fused plastic grid and bonded to the apertured plate. A method of fabric ...


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Virgil A Marple, Benjamin Y H Liu: High volume virtual impactor. Regents of the University of Minnesota, Kinney & Lange, June 2, 1987: US04670135 (62 worldwide citation)

A high volume virtual impactor for sampling atmospheric aerosols has a plurality of inlet nozzles and associated receiving tubes mounted in a common frame or housing having passageways which divide the airflow through the inlet nozzles into a major flow and a minor flow. The minor flow, or the small ...


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Law Edward, Moore James H: Solid waste separating method and classification of material. National Recycling, Jeffers Albert L, Rickert Roger M, February 5, 1974: US3790091 (61 worldwide citation)

A method for separating solid waste material into identifiable classifications by recycling the solid waste material obtained from industrial or domestic source through a number of devices which reduces the solid waste material to a uniform workable particle size; separating the presized particles b ...



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