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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 ...


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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 ...


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Seney John Seymour: Yarn winding apparatus. EI Du Pont de Nemours & Company, September 25, 1973: US3761029 (9 worldwide citation)

A yarn transfer device for use with a yarn windup of the type which is provided with rotatable package supports carried on chucks alternately movable into surface driven engagement with a drive roll on the windup. When actuated, the transfer device swings into engagement with a driven chuck carrying ...


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Simon Georges Henri, D Silva Cedric: Method of transmission of information over radio links.. Sextant Avionique, October 5, 1994: EP0618704-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

In order to transmit information between a sending station (STA) and a receiving station (STB) separated by a distance exceeding the direct communication range of the said stations, the method according to the invention consists in equipping aircraft (A1 to A25) which circulate in the space lying be ...


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Patrick L Mullens, Gregg Emmel, Kevin Giesy, Christy Thomas: Cryogenic shipping container. Ray L Anderson, October 22, 2002: US06467642 (9 worldwide citation)

A shipping container with an outer shipping container shell and a support assembly for holding a dewar vessel within the outer shipping container shell and providing impact and vibration resistance to the dewar vessel. The dewar vessel has an inner vessel that holds a specimen chamber and plastic fo ...


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Ricky G Ledbetter: Air conditioning or heating refrigerator assembly. Robert E Howard, February 19, 2002: US06347526 (9 worldwide citation)

An air conditioning or heating refrigerator assembly, preferably for use in institutional kitchens. The refrigerator assembly includes a refrigerator unit having a cooling/heating coil subassembly mounted thereon, a blower subassembly mounted thereon downstream of said cooling/heating coil subassemb ...


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Americo Salas: Flying vehicle of inverse sustentation (FVIS). Pendorf & Cutliff, June 3, 2003: US06572053 (9 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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Gunter G Fuss: Air conveyor dispensing and recycling system. Free Flow Packaging Corporation, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, January 24, 1989: US04799830 (8 worldwide citation)

A transport system for conveying and dispensing non-fluid fluent material such as free-flowing packaging material includes a recycling system for automatically retrieving spilled material and a reservoir which automatically controls the input of material from a main supply based upon the height of m ...


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Jesse H Orsborn, Kevin Scott Richman, James Kelley Adamson: Cotton harvester collection delivery system. Case Corporation, Mayer Brown & Platt, March 27, 2001: US06205756 (8 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.



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