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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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, ...

Ralf Jost, Reinhart Ratheiser: Process for manufacturing reinforced duroplastic pipes in a centrifugal process and installation for carrying out the process. Hobas Engineering, McGlew and Tuttle, October 11, 1994: US05354526 (9 worldwide citation)

To eliminate the fluctuations in the precision of the material distribution which could not be avoided when manufacturing pipes in the centrifugal moulding process with the prior art installations, a new process and an installation for carrying out the process is proposed. This has at least two cyli ...


Jesse H Orsborn, Kevin Scott Richman, James Kelley Adamson: Cotton harvester collection delivery system. Case Corporation, Mayer Brown & Platt, March 27, 2001: US06205756 (9 worldwide citation)

A conveyor system for a cotton picking machine having a duct for the air transport of cotton from the picking heads and cotton transport apparatus for receiving air borne cotton and moving it to a common collection location for the transport to a storage bin.

Gerhard J Mittelmann: Freight container, in particular for air freight. Swiss Aluminium, Bachman & LaPointe, March 11, 1986: US04574968 (9 worldwide citation)

A freight container for air transport comprising a support frame structure disposed on a base plate and cladding means which at least partially clad the frame structure, wherein the side walls of the freight container are each delimited upwardly by a respective top member and both top members projec ...

John S Stupakis: Automated cargo transportation system. BoXaiR Engineering, Hoffmann & Baron, September 27, 2005: US06948681 (9 worldwide citation)

A modular automated air transport system comprising an unmanned autonomous aircraft having a selectively detachable control systems portion and a structural air frame portion, wherein the structural air frame portion contains an interior cargo hold, aerodynamic members having control surfaces and at ...

Hibon Jean Claude: Method and device for printing luggage labels, particularly for air transport, and labels obtained.. Dassault Electronique, July 26, 1989: EP0325515-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

A continuous strip of paper (4) having predetermined lines of weakness, in the format of cut-out and ultimate separation of sections of a luggage label, is first of all moved progressively from a magazine (2). A reference position is then taken on the label. Desired information is subsequently print ...