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Beveridge Thomas R, Ranft Ernst L: Evaporation loss control. General Motors Corporation, August 15, 1972: US3683597 (54 worldwide citation)

In a system for controlling the loss of fuel vapor from a vehicle fuel tank, the fuel tank vents are connected to the upper portion of a canister containing a quantity of fuel vapor adsorbing carbon retained under compression therein. The upper portion of the canister is also connected to the induct ...


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St Amand James C: Canister for evaporation loss control. General Motors Corporation, May 1, 1973: US3730158 (42 worldwide citation)

A canister for controlling the loss of fuel vapor from a vehicle fuel tank includes a downwardly opening adsorption chamber which is fluidly connected in an evaporative flow path between the fuel tank and the induction passage of the vehicle engine. A pair of coaxially disposed, discardable cartridg ...


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Tamiyoshi Ohashi, Masami Mizuno, Sukehiro Sawada, Hisao Hanabusa, Masayuki Nakagawa, Tomohide Aoki, Takaaki Ito, Yoshihiko Hyodo, Nobutaka Morimitu, Takashi Ohta, Norio Sato, Akane Okada: Evaporation loss control device. Toyoda Gosei, Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha, Kabushiki Kaisha Toyota Chuo Kenkyusho, Cushman Darby & Cushman, December 14, 1993: US05269837 (7 worldwide citation)

An evaporation loss control device provided with a polymer chamber filled with polymer absorbent, a charcoal chamber filled with charcoal, introduction and purging pipes for connecting the polymer chamber with a fuel tank and an engine intake passage, respectively, an air pipe for ventilation connec ...


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