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Robert Looker: Air transport modular container system. Satco, Perkins Coie, November 30, 2004: US06824338 (12 worldwide citation)

An air cargo container assembly for rapid air shipment of emergency and other supplies, without netting, includes sub-containers attachable to a base plate via locking mechanisms on the sub-containers. The locking mechanisms pass through openings in the base and engage a downward-facing surface of t ...


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Beuford A Bogue, Claude Bayard, William F Rutkowski: Method for making chopped amorphous fibers with an air transport system. Fuisz Technologies, Sandra M Nolan, January 26, 1999: US05862998 (11 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for continuously making chopped amorphous fibers that uses an air transport system. The apparatus includes a source of floss, a duct for transporting the floss while it is entrained in a stream of gaseous carrier medium, a chopper for chopping the floss, and a separator. In a ...


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Thomas B Kent: Solar air flow controller and system. Solar Control Corporation, Sheridan Ross Fields & McIntosh, December 12, 1978: US04129116 (11 worldwide citation)

An installation for utilizing solar energy for heating air and delivering heated air to a building or the like includes a solar heat collector, a heat storage unit, a blower for producing the desired air flow and ducting connecting the components to permit operation in various modes. A unitary contr ...


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Nicholas R Nigrelli: Aerator. Nigrelli Systems, Francis J Bouda, March 23, 1993: US05196148 (11 worldwide citation)

The aspirator or air-injector of the present invention includes an air transport pipe disposed within a fluid transport tube. The end of the pipe which is disposed within the tube is cut at an angle to the axis of the pipe and provides a beveled face disposed within the tube, facing upstream of any ...


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Josef K Gunter: Automated yarn manufacturing system. Industrial Innovators, Richard E Jenkins, August 13, 1991: US05038438 (10 worldwide citation)

An automated fiber processing system for processing of fiber stock in a continuous, uninterrupted process from fiber bales to the formation of spun yarn. The system comprises fiber stock opening means and first air transport means for conveying fiber stock therefrom to feeder blending means for blen ...


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Gerald D Lilja, Frank Fowler, Robert F Hatch: Jet aircraft engine shipping stand. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Fields & Johnson P C, March 3, 1998: US05722512 (10 worldwide citation)

The shipping stand includes a cradle assembly mounted upon a frame assembly to which a jet aircraft is securable. The frame assembly includes a plurality of wheels for locomotive capability. A plurality of shock absorbers are operatively engaged between the cradle assembly and frame assembly to prov ...


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Poulsen Olaf Bronden: Laundry dryer.. Nyborg Vaskerimaskiner, November 11, 1992: EP0512940-A1 (10 worldwide citation)

The clogging of the lint filter of a tumbler dryer with lint and fluff from the laundry being dried causes a reduction of the air transport exceeding that caused by the filling with laundry. This necessitates more frequent regulation of the input temperature (27) to the drum of the tumbler dryer tha ...


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Americo Salas: Flying vehicle of inverse sustentation (FVIS). Pendorf & Cutliff, June 3, 2003: US06572053 (10 worldwide citation)

The Flying Vehicle of Inverse Sustentation (FVIS) is an air transport unit for passengers and cargo. The vehicle comprises a main flow generating unit to burn a mixture of fuel and air and produce a gas flow with an appropriate speed to achieve the force of sustentation, an air admission duct to rec ...


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Buddy F Lane, Louis F Fraula: Method for air transport of sanitizing liquid to a warewasher. Hobart Corporation, Biebel French & Nauman, June 24, 1980: US04209343 (9 worldwide citation)

A rapidly moving air stream transports an air unstable sanitizing agent such as sodium hypochlorite from a liquid supply thereof directly to a tank containing water, such as the wash chamber of a dishwasher. The air is driven through a venturi powered aspirator which injects the sanitizing agent int ...


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Kenneth J Smith, Carl B Dalkert, Michelle R Gehres, Gregory J Kolodziej: Vehicle heating and air conditioning modules. International Truck Intellectual Property Company, Jeffrey P Calfa, Dennis Kelly Sullivan, Susan L Lukasik, December 7, 2004: US06827141 (9 worldwide citation)

A heating, ventilation and air conditioning system for a vehicle is constructed from two modules, one for the engine compartment and a second for the passenger compartment. The engine compartment module has a base formed for positioning on at least two locations on a dash panel, a outside air inlet, ...



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