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Brian J Blenkush: Quick connect coupling. Colder Products Company, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, March 13, 1984: US04436125 (201 worldwide citation)

A quick connect/disconnect coupling assembly (10) defining a fluid flow path is disclosed. The coupling assembly (10) includes a female coupling member (12) adapted for connection to a conduit (14) and a male coupling member (18) adapted for connection to a conduit or container (20). The female coup ...


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Taizo Abe: Method and dispenser for filling liquid crystal into LCD cell. Fujitsu, Armstrong Westerman Hattori McLeland & Naughton, April 30, 1996: US05511591 (180 worldwide citation)

Methods and dispensers which are used for filling liquid crystal into a LCD cell. The methods use a liquid crystal dispenser able to release liquid crystal with sufficient controllability at an evacuated atmosphere. Liquid crystal is filled through an inlet of an assembled LCD cell, or filled by lam ...


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Taizo Abe: Method and dispenser for filling liquid crystal into LCD cell. Ayumi, Armstrong Westerman Hattori McLeland & Naughton, April 18, 1995: US05406989 (179 worldwide citation)

This invention presents methods and dispensers which are used for a new way of filling liquid crystal into a LCD cell. The invented methods use the invented liquid crystal dispenser able to release liquid crystal with sufficient controllability at an evacuated atmosphere. Liquid crystal is filled th ...


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Smith Douglas James Broadhurst: Plant for the filling of containers with quantities of liquid.. Cargo Fleet Chemical Co, December 12, 1979: EP0006019-A1 (110 worldwide citation)

The invention provides plant for the filling of individual containers with liquid. A filling machine has a plurality of filling heads which move round an endless path with the containers as they are being filled, and there are at least two output paths from the endless path, respectively for differe ...


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William S Credle: Dip tube and valve with quick-disconnect coupling for a collapsible container. The Coca Cola Company, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, September 1, 1981: US04286636 (106 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a dip tube and valve with a quick-disconnect coupling for use in combination with a collapsible bag to dispense a liquid product therefrom. The dip tube is extruded or otherwise formed from plastic or other suitable materials and includes at least one channel in ...


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Curtis J Bond, John G Ulm: Quick-disconnect service-line connector and valve assembly. Liqui Box Corporation, William V Miller, December 20, 1983: US04421146 (98 worldwide citation)

A quick-disconnect service-line connector assembly for use in a beverage dispensing system or the like for connecting the service line to a single-service coupling and dispensing spout valve assembly on a flexible bag containing a liquid or semi-liquid product to be dispensed. It comprises a clamp w ...


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Julian D Kavazov: Automated filling systems and methods. Medtronic Minimed, Foley & Lardner, June 21, 2011: US07963954 (89 worldwide citation)

Various embodiments of the present invention are directed to transferring fluidic media from a vial to a reservoir. In various embodiments, fluidic media may be transferred from the vial to the reservoir by moving a housing portion to move a plunger head located in the reservoir to draw fluidic medi ...


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Walter P Maynard Jr: Liquid funnel and pouring spout combination. William H Needle, Sumner C Rosenberg, July 15, 1986: US04600125 (87 worldwide citation)

A convenient, spill-resistant and highly versatile pouring system for containerized liquids is disclosed. A primary funnel includes a container seating well having a built-in container piercing element. The primary funnel is inverted and placed over a liquid container or vice versa to carry out the ...


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Gess Larry C: Apparatus for filling, closing, and labeling containers. Xebec Corporation, April 4, 1972: US3653176 (87 worldwide citation)

A compact, simplified machine is provided for sealing and labeling containers such as bottles. The machine is designed particularly for hospitals and the like requiring a relatively small number of one-dose bottles to provide liquid medicine for patients. Stations are provided for filling the bottle ...


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Heather Curtin: Collapsible colander and bowl. Progressive International Corporation, Black Lowe & Graham PLLC, March 16, 2010: US07678271 (76 worldwide citation)

A collapsible container consists of three parts: a rigid top rim, a flexible center band, and a rigid base. This combination of sections allows the container to easily collapse to about one-third of its original height. The container is also quite stable when expanded and is self-supporting. In vari ...