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Wurzer Helmut, Maeckel Rainer, Liess Hans Dieter Dr, Mueller Wolfgang Dr Ing: Arc generating electrosurgical instrument. Berchtold & Co Geb, November 6, 1996: EP0740926-A2 (204 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical instrument for the contactless outer surface coagulation of biological tissue employs an arc discharge generated by a high-voltage external source at high frequency. The hand-held instrument housing (11) contains a central treatment electrode (12) at its insulated (11') operationa ...


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Turbulence device for engine mixture. Spackman F, March 25, 1981: GB2057051-A (62 worldwide citation)

A plate to be mounted between a carburettor and a manifold to produce mixture turbulence has a ring of blades at an angle between 40 and 60 DEG to the face of the plate.


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Masaki Kenji, Kato Sinzo: Carburettor for motor vehicle. Nissan Motor Company, December 19, 1972: US3706444 (33 worldwide citation)

A mixture supply control system for an internal combustion engine of a motor vehicle, comprising an auxiliary fuel passage for providing communication between the fuel reservoir and the main mixture passage so as to supply additional fuel to the main mixture passage, valve means for opening and clos ...


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Stephen Brian Glover: Crankcase scavenged two-stroke engines. Ricardo Consulting Engineers, McAulay Nissen Goldberg & Kiel, August 15, 2000: US06101991 (28 worldwide citation)

A crankcase scavenged two-stroke engine includes a piston reciprocably mounted in a cylinder. The cylinder wall has an exhaust port and a rear transfer port opposed thereto formed in it. The rear transfer port communicates with the interior of the crankcase via a rear transfer passage and is arrange ...


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Improvements in carburetters for internal combustion engines. Charles Thomas Everist, Jacob Sieber, June 11, 1925: GB234945-A (26 worldwide citation)

234,945. Everist, C. T., and Sieber, J. March 31, 1924. Spray carburettors.-In a carburettor in which the fuel is atomized by a suction-actuated fan 14, water is admitted between the fan and the throttle valve 6 by a spring-loaded suction-actuated valve 16. The orifice 34 of the fuel nozzle 33 is si ...


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Improvements in carburetting apparatus for use with internal combustion engines. Rene Lucien Gustave Le Grain, May 21, 1925: GB218251-A (26 worldwide citation)

218,251. Le Grain, R. L. G. June 25, 1923, [Convention date]. Spray carburettors.-The carburettor, which is particularly applicable to aircraft engines, is made in two parts, primary and secondary carburettors, which are connected by a long heated pipe, which serves to heat the mixture and to preven ...


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Jouke van der Weide, Adrianus J T Hoogeboom: Intelligent control of motor vehicle gas equipment. Necam, Young & Thompson, September 4, 1990: US04953516 (21 worldwide citation)

Device for the intelligent control of a venturi-type carburettor unit for a gaseous fuel, including a pressure regulator, a main throttle valve in the airsuction pipe for control of the engine output and a regulating valve in the gas supply pipe between the pressure regulator and the venturi, this v ...


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Hunt Allan Frederick: Fuel tanks. Chrysler United Kingdom, September 11, 1973: US3757753 (20 worldwide citation)

A fuel tank for a motor vehicle engine has a vent pipe for fuel or vapour overflow leading from an upper end of the tank filler pipe to a liquid separator chamber housed within the tank. The vent pipe extends from the separator chamber to a container holding activated carbon particles for adsorbing ...


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Gele Pierre, Laprade Bernard: Carburettors operating under a constant reduced pressure. Les Usines Laprade, July 18, 1972: US3677241 (19 worldwide citation)

A carburettor operating under a constant reduced pressure comprising a mixing chamber formed in the intake manifold between the main and an auxiliary throttle valve, and fed with air and fuel by an emulsifying chamber, the input of air in which as required for idling and reduced load conditions, is ...


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Kurt Dluhosch: Lawn mower. Fichtel & Sachs, Toren McGeady and Stanger, April 16, 1985: US04510739 (19 worldwide citation)

The lawn mower comprises a vertical cutter shaft which is driven by an internal combustion engine its upper housing is formed as synthetic plastics moulding and combines a fuel tank, a carburettor and an air suction silencer into one construction unit which is secured as a unit on the internal combu ...