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Elliot Matel Elliot Matel
Jacob Schmalz, John Gulke, Elliot Matel: Evaporative emissions control system. Briggs & Stratton Corporation, Michael Best & Friedrich, October 16, 2008: US20080251055-A1

An evaporative emissions control system for an engine including a fuel tank having a fuel tank vapor space, a carburetor coupled to the fuel tank, and a fuel tank cap having fuel vapor adsorption media that adsorbs vapor from the fuel tank vapor space. The fuel tank cap is in fluid communication wit ...


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Elliot Matel Elliot Matel
Schmalz Jacob, Gulke John, Matel Elliot: Evaporative emissions control system. Briggs & Stratton, October 22, 2008: EP1983185-A2

The invention provides a fuel tank venting system for an engine. The fuel tank venting system includes a fuel tank (20), a carburetor (35), and a fuel tank vent passageway (50). The carburetor (35) is coupled to the fuel tank (20). The fuel tank vent passageway (50) is in fluid flow communication wi ...


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Gary D Dawson: Evaporative system leak detection for an evaporative emission control system. Chrysler Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, June 13, 2000: US06073487 (34 worldwide citation)

A method of leak detection for an evaporative emission control system is provided which determines if a potential leak is present in a portion of the system. The method includes the steps of monitoring an engine shut-off event and subsequently sealing the evaporative emission control system atmosphe ...


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Carl H Sherwood, Kenenth W Turner: Vapor-liquid separator for evaporative emissions control system. General Motors Corporation, Patrick M Griffin, April 14, 1992: US05103877 (30 worldwide citation)

A tank vapor vent valve for a vehicle on board fuel emissions vapor recovery system has a liquid-vapor separator integrated into its design. A blocking valve is held closed when the tank is not being filled, but springs open when the nozzle is inserted to fill the tank, allowing venting flow out of ...


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Sam Raghuma Reddy, Gregory Earl Rich, Gregory Edward Labus, Timothy E Mc Carthy: Leak detection for a vapor handling system. General Motors Corporation, George A Grove, Jeffrey A Sedlar, November 27, 2001: US06321727 (30 worldwide citation)

The engine or powertrain control module of a vehicle remains electrically powered after the engine is stopped and is used to assess whether there is a leak in the evaporative emissions control system. Fuel tank temperature and pressure data, as well as fuel level data, is analyzed over a brief perio ...


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Thomas Charles Meiller, Charles Henry Covert, Susan Scott Labine, Richard William Wagner: Evaporative emission canister with heated adsorber. Delphi Technologies, Vincent A Cichosz, May 15, 2001: US06230693 (29 worldwide citation)

An auxiliary canister operates with a storage canister of an evaporative emissions control system to reduce the amount of fuel vapor emitted from a vehicle to very low levels. The storage canister contains a first sorbent material and has a vent port in communication therewith. The auxiliary caniste ...


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Ronald J Donahue, Todd L Carpenter, J David Kirk, Gregory C Hintz: Evaporative emissions control system including a charcoal canister for small internal combustion engines. Tecumseh Products Company, Baker & Daniels, September 11, 2007: US07267112 (24 worldwide citation)

An evaporative emissions control system for small internal combustion engines, including a charcoal canister which is in fluid communication with the air space above the liquid fuel within the carburetor of the engine and the air space above the liquid fuel within the fuel tank of the engine. The ch ...


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J David Kirk, Ronald J Donahue, Todd L Carpenter: Evaporative emissions control system for small internal combustion engines. Tecumseh Products Company, Baker & Daniels, January 23, 2007: US07165536 (12 worldwide citation)

An evaporative emissions control system for small internal combustion engines. The system generally includes a charcoal canister and a carburetor with a fuel circuit shutoff valve. The charcoal canister is in fluid communication with the air space above the liquid fuel within the engine fuel tank, a ...


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James T Dumas, Philip Jeffrey Johnson: Evaporative emissions control system for automotive vehicle. Ford Motor Company, Jerome R Drouillard, June 9, 1998: US05762692 (8 worldwide citation)

An evaporative emission control system for an automotive vehicle includes a generally cylindrical casing having an adsorption zone containing hydrocarbon adsorbing agent, an antechamber extending within the casing to the adsorption zone, and a swirl inducing inlet passage for conduction of hydrocarb ...


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Dan L Kinsey, Scott A Sjovall, Brian W Perkins, Robert A Griswold: Evaporative emissions control for carburetors. S&S Cycle, Foley & Lardner, August 31, 1999: US05943997 (7 worldwide citation)

An evaporative emissions control system for carburetors used in the internal combustion engines of vehicles, such as motorcycles, has an evaporative emissions control valve attached to the carburetor in the air intake path to the carburetor. The evaporative emissions control valve may be implemented ...



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