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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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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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Jean Pierre Flamant, Michel Gigot: Aircraft with a cockpit lowered by an interface module for positioning under the front loading plane. Flamant Jean Pierre, March 27, 1992: FR2667042-A1 (8 worldwide citation)

Device for positioning the cockpit rose of a frontloading freight aircraft. The invention concerns a system for simplifying the air transport of large volume loads. It consists, without involving any alteration in the design, in lowering the cockpit rose (1) below the loading plane (2) by means of a ...


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Thierry Plouzennec, Bernard Bluteau: Device for the processing of a magnetic-track ticket, especially an air transport ticket. Electronique Serge Dassault, Christie Parker & Hale, December 1, 1992: US05168150 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a device for the processing a magnetic-track ticket, especially an air transport ticket, of the type comprising: an insertion station (G1, G2), a magnetic reading/writing station (19), an issuing station (G3, G4) and a belt (C1) wound in a closed circuit around rollers, one ...


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Gerd Bretschneider: Freight container for air transport. Swiss Aluminium, Bachman & LaPointe, May 5, 1992: US05109998 (7 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure describes a freight container for air transportation purposes having a bottom panel and arranged thereon a support frame that features sections projecting from the bottom panel and transverse sections connecting the projecting sections, and also features planking that at least ...


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Alfredo Aldama: Four-way antenna. Algira Primo, Kenyon & Kenyon, September 15, 1992: US05148183 (7 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed herein a four-way antenna system having a hollow antenna body to which four antennae are attached and which can be mounted on the outside of a land, sea or air transport vehicle. The first antenna, mounted on the top of the antenna body, receives radio signals. The second antenna, ...


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Ronald A Lenhart: Air transport system. Precision Metal Fabricators, Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, May 29, 1984: US04451182 (7 worldwide citation)

A pneumatic elevator for containers is provided wherein a vertical duct has end portions with nozzles in the form of holes extending through the ends and entering the duct in a downstream direction. The sides of the duct are provided with guide rails and at least one side is provided with a pluralit ...


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John S Stupakis: Automated cargo transportation system. BoXaiR Engineering, Hoffmann & Baron, September 27, 2005: US06948681 (7 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 ...


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Charles A Smith: Insulated conditioned respiratory air transport tube. April 7, 1998: US05735266 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes a method for preventing heat loss or gain from a conditioned air transport tube in a patient temperature control system thereby reducing internal and/or external vapor condensation commonly associated with such patient temperature control systems while also stabilizing ...


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Herrmann Klaus, Kraemer Thomas, Fieback Klaus Dr Ing: Device for receiving heating or ventilation elements.. Herrmann, February 9, 1994: EP0582031-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

A device for receiving heating and/or ventilation elements is to fulfil, with only one element or by joining together a plurality of such elements, locally and temporally different requirements with regard to combined floor heating, air heating, air transport, heat and sound absorption, solar absorp ...



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