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John T Sullivan: Cotton candy machine. Sells Floto, Blum Kaplan, December 27, 1988: US04793782 (79 worldwide citation)

A floss head assembly for making striped cotton candy is provided. The floss head assembly has upper and lower chambers that are adapted to melt two different colors of sugar in order to provide striped cotton candy. A stripe enhancer is provided intermediate the upper and lower chambers and serves ...


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Ronald R Weiss: Cotton candy machine. Gold Medal Products Co, James W Pearce, Roy F Schaeperklaus, October 10, 1989: US04872821 (68 worldwide citation)

A spinner assembly for a cotton candy machine. The spinner assembly includes a tubular wall member having an upright wall provided with slots. A tubular heater element is supported by the heater element in close proximity with the slots. The wall member is of aluminum material. A dielectric anodized ...


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John C Evans Sr: High volume single color cotton candy machine. Gold Medal Products Co, Wood Herron & Evans, August 15, 1995: US05441754 (21 worldwide citation)

A cotton candy machine includes a spinner head having upper and lower spinner elements spaced apart at least by about 1/2 inch and defining with a spacer a common sugar chamber operatively communicating with each spinner element. Sugar from the common chamber is directed to each element where it is ...


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Kurt M Francis, Leroy Hubbard: Cotton candy machine and sugar controller. Gold Medal Products Co, Wood Herron & Evans, March 12, 1996: US05498144 (10 worldwide citation)

In a cotton candy machine for spinning granular sugar into filaments and having a rotatable shaft, a spinner head mounted on the shaft for rotation therewith, bearings rotatably supporting the rotatable shaft below the spinner head, an impeller mounted on the shaft for rotation therewith and being d ...


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Paul Buttin, Jean Marc LeCulier: Automatic cotton candy machine. Oliff & Berridge, March 2, 1999: US05876764 (10 worldwide citation)

A machine includes a stick hopper for dispensing sticks one by one and a device for transferring each stick to a chuck between whose jaws the stick is held while protruding into a basin containing a sugar sprayhead. The chuck is driven rotationally, as is the sprayhead, during a cotton candy forming ...


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Donald A Parker: Cotton candy machine. Gold Medal Products Co, Pearce & Schaeperklaus, September 8, 1992: US05145687 (8 worldwide citation)

A spinner assembly for a cotton candy machine. The spinner assembly includes a tubular steel wall member having an upright wall provided with slots. A heater element is supported by the wall member in close proximity with the slots. The wall member is provided with a flame sprayed alumina coating wh ...


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Roger Hammon: Cotton candy machine and spinner head. Gold Medal Products Company, Wood Herron & Evans, June 16, 1998: US05766643 (8 worldwide citation)

A spinner head for a cotton candy machine includes an electrically insulative upper head with at least one integral extending spacer sleeve having a bore therethrough. The spinner head also includes a cap, a sugar melting heater, and a perforated band surrounding the heater. A fastener extends throu ...


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Mitsuyo Tsumita, Yuji Yamane: Cotton candy machine. Tomy Kogyo Co, Staas & Halsey, June 27, 1989: US04842502 (7 worldwide citation)

A cotton candy machine is provided with a rotating pan and a heating element disposed adjacent a bottom of the rotating pan and being rotatable with the rotating pan. A sliding electrical connection is provided between the heating element and a power source in order to supply electric current which ...


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Ronald R Weiss: Cotton candy machine. Gold Medal Products Company, Wood Herron & Evans, September 4, 2001: US06284164 (5 worldwide citation)

An improved cotton candy machine melts sugar by inductively heating a spinning head and preferably a perforated spinner band on the spinner head. An induction heater is disposed in a machine base beneath the rotating spinner head and excites the band to a heat range for melting and spinning elongate ...


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Fuji Koike, Yoshiyuki Hayashi: Cotton candy machine. Royal, Cooper & Dunham, October 21, 2008: US07438545 (3 worldwide citation)

To provide a cotton candy machine that is useful especially when using candy balls as a cotton candy material. A horizontal pedestal 28 is disposed at the upper end 11a of a rotary shaft 11. Threaded levers 30 are provided on the horizontal pedestal 28 eccentrically from the axis of the rotary shaft ...



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