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Olbrant Goran, Citron Bengt, Rosby Sven Olof, Sandblad Krister: Removing and collecting dust from traveling material. Aktiebolaget Svenska Flaktfabriken, December 4, 1973: US3775806 (38 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for removing and collecting dust from a travelling sheet or web of material including a blow box having means for impinging jets of clean air against the sheet in directions both in the direction of travel of the sheet and opposite thereto. A suction box cooperates with the blow box to for ...


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Purer Edna M, Wilkerson Angela Y, Townsend Carl W, Chao Sidney C: Dry-cleaning of garments using gas-jet agitation. Hughes Aircraft Co, May 15, 1996: EP0711864-A1 (33 worldwide citation)

Substantial amounts of particulate soils in garments (10) can be removed by agitation in gas-jet in a solvent-free, low-pressure environment. The ability of the present gas-jet agitation system (14) to remove particulate soils from garments and fabrics (10) rivals that of conventional dry-cleaning p ...


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Michael J Hodges, Malcolm K Scanes: Method and apparatus for transferring hosiery between hosiery manufacturing machines. Detexomat Machinery, Dority & Manning, November 5, 1985: US04550868 (25 worldwide citation)

Hosiery manufacturing equipment comprises a line closer (L) and a toe closer (T) which are linked by a hose transfer mechanism (M) consisting of two conveyors (30, 31) which overlap in a region between the closers (L, T). The conveyors have respective hose holders (39, 40) which coact in the overlap ...


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Maximilian A Biberger, Paul E Schilling: Method of depositing metal film and metal deposition cluster tool including supercritical drying/cleaning module. Tokyo Electron, Haverstock & Owens, May 10, 2005: US06890853 (23 worldwide citation)

A method of depositing a metal film on a substrate includes a supercritical preclean step, a supercritical desorb step, and a metal deposition step. Preferably, the preclean step includes maintaining supercritical carbon dioxide and a chelating agent in contact with the substrate in order to remove ...


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Raymond B Minor, Gordon L McGregor, William P Mortimer Jr: Polyetrafluoroethylene fiber containing conductive filler. W L Gore & Associates, Samuels Gary A, November 16, 1993: US05262234 (21 worldwide citation)

A fiber of expanded porous polytetrafluoroethylene in which an amount of a conductive particulate filler is incorporated imparting a measure of conductivity to the fiber is disclosed. The fiber may be twisted along its length. The fiber may be a continuous monofilament fiber, a tow, a staple, or a f ...


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William J Hillis: Portable fire hose cleaning apparatus. Francis T Kremblas Jr, March 5, 1985: US04502175 (17 worldwide citation)

A manually portable fire hose cleaning apparatus adapted for conventional connection to a fire hydrant. A frame consisting of an upper and lower platform having an open front portion supports at least two sets of opposing pairs of vertically disposed brushes. An upper and lower set of nozzles are pr ...


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William H Mullee: Removal of photoresist and photoresist residue from semiconductors using supercritical carbon dioxide process. Tokyo Electron, Haverstock & Owens, March 29, 2005: US06871656 (16 worldwide citation)

A method of removing a photoresist or a photoresist residue from a semiconductor substrate is disclosed. The semiconductor substrate with the photoresist or the photoresist residue on a surface of the semiconductor substrate is placed within a pressure chamber. The pressure chamber is then pressuriz ...


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Cassinelli Giuseppe: A device for transferring tubular fabrics from support hangers to a rigid body by overturning thereof onto the latter. Savio & C, February 16, 1983: GB2103257-A (14 worldwide citation)

A device for drawing tubular fabrics, particularly collants, comprises a slide longitudinally movable on a fixed guide with pliers mounted on it and consisting of four discrete rotable elements (13) in two pairs on two discrete planes. A pan (18) projects forwardly of the slide and is freely axially ...


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Automatic loading of seamless tubular stocking blanks onto a stocking blank holder. Mori Sukeo, February 17, 1982: GB2081316-A (14 worldwide citation)

Stocking blanks 5 are picked up by their welts hook 6 of a pick-up unit A. A transfer unit B indents spreader pegs T, T' in the open welt which then move to enlarge the welt opening. The transfer unit B then moves towards a stocking blank holder C of a conventional toe closing machine, and a toe end ...



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