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Ted Butterfield, George E Bird, Gary A Paulsen, Edward J O Brien: Quick disconnect fluid transfer system. Spraying Systems Co, Leydig Voit Osann Mayer & Holt, July 9, 1985: US04527745 (131 worldwide citation)

A fluid transfer system including a cap member having a first fluid transfer member therein and being removably mountable on a second fluid transfer member. Cooperating lugs and slots formed by the cap member and second member lock the two members together when the cap is placed on the second member ...


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Fred J Molz IV, Jeff R Justis: Coupling assemblies for spinal implants. December 1, 2009: US07625394 (97 worldwide citation)

The forces exerted on a spinal implant by one or more coupling assemblies are controlled to facilitate the use of the implant in spinal stabilization and other procedures. The coupling assemblies are structured to distribute the forces exerted on the implant while engaging the implant to the couplin ...


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George Frolov: Clutch mechanism with moveable injector retainer wall for door lock system. Harrow Products, Alix Yale & Ristas, September 11, 2001: US06286347 (60 worldwide citation)

A door lock system includes a clutch mechanism for a lockset and has particular applicability in conjunction with lever handles. Two coupling assemblies are selectively rotatably coupled by a coupling pin. One coupling assembly is rotatably coupled to the lockset actuator. The other coupling assembl ...


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Tae ahn Jahng: Method and apparatus for flexible fixation of a spine. N Spine, Stroock Stroock & Lavan, July 27, 2010: US07763052 (59 worldwide citation)

A flexible spinal fixation device having a flexible metallic connection unit for non-rigid stabilization of the spinal column. In one embodiment, the fixation device includes at least two securing members configured to be inserted into respective adjacent spinal pedicles, each securing member each i ...


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George Frolov: Clutch mechanism for door lock system. Harrow Products, Chilton Alix & Van Kirk, June 24, 1997: US05640863 (55 worldwide citation)

A door lock system includes a clutch mechanism for a lockset and has particular applicability in conjunction with lever handles. Two coupling assemblies are selectively rotatably coupled by a coupling pin. One coupling assembly is rotatably coupled to the lockset actuator. The other coupling assembl ...


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Gale Edwin J: Coupling assemblies. Stanley Aviation Corporation, December 4, 1973: US3776579 (42 worldwide citation)

A coupling assembly for interconnecting the adjacent ends of a pair of tubular members and comprising a pair of flange members respectively receiving and fixed to the adjacent ends of the tubular members, a pair of deformable seal rings seated in outwardly open grooves on the flange members, a sleev ...


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William G America: High pressure column assembly for a liquid chromatograph system. The Perkin Elmer Corporation, Edwin T Grimes, October 24, 1989: US04876005 (41 worldwide citation)

Liquid chromatography column coupling assembly having a column enclosed in a housing member to form a column cartridge and including coupling assemblies at respective ends of the cartridge, each comprising a coupler member and a collar member. The coupler member and collar member are tubular in conf ...


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Dain S Evans, George A Georgiou, Peter Mossman, Arabinda Mukherjee, John B Whiscombe: Optical fibre coupling assemblies. Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Israel, October 22, 1985: US04548466 (38 worldwide citation)

A coupling between an optical fibre (1) and an opto-electronic device e.g. a semiconductor laser (2) is located within a hermetically sealed housing (3,6). The device is supported on a header (14) mounted on the front wall (3) of the housing, the lead (16) to the device passes through the housing wa ...


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Patrick E Meacham, Mark W Wallace, Carl Nyberg, William W Thompson, Miles Conrad Huffstutler: Transport chamber. Temp Top Container Systems, Kinney & Lange P A, January 27, 1998: US05711444 (35 worldwide citation)

A transport container having a base and a plurality of side walls perpendicularly connected to form a container having an inner cavity. The side walls are formed of first and second wall panels. The first and second wall panels are hingedly connected so that the first or upper wall panels may fold d ...


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Eric C Jay, John A Dyer, John C Dinsmoor III: Deformity back system. Jay Medical, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, January 14, 1997: US05593211 (31 worldwide citation)

An adjustable back system for releasable attachment to spaced-apart substantially vertical wheelchair frame posts (52). The back system includes a relatively rigid shell back (36) formed to extend transversely between the posts (52) for support of a user's back, a plurality of post-engaging assembli ...