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Jay M Johnson, Jeffrey L Huntington: Processes for preparing barrier layer films for use in enzyme electrodes and films made thereby. YSI Incorporated, Biebel & French, June 16, 1998: US05766839 (49 worldwide citation)

Methods for forming thin layer barrier layer films for use in enzyme containing laminated membranes and membranes formed thereby are disclosed. The barrier layers exhibit improved acetaminophen rejection and comprise a cellulose acetate/cellulose acetate butyrate blend. The thin layer barrier membra ...


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Raul Guibert: Two-zone hot air oven for food-loaded cartridges. Michael Ebert, January 2, 1979: US04132216 (44 worldwide citation)

A hot air oven for heating food-loaded cartridges, each constituted by a stack of sealed trays comtaining pre-cooked meals nested within an open carton whose side walls have holes therein to admit heated air. The oven includes a rotating turn-table for supporting an annular array of such cartridges, ...


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Raymond L Dills: Food browning system incorporating a combined microwave and hot air oven. General Electric Company, Frank P Giacalone, Radford M Reams, October 30, 1984: US04480164 (37 worldwide citation)

A microwave oven browning system incorporating a combination microwave and hot air convection oven. The microwave cooking is carried out by use of a magnetron feeding a waveguide having a top branch on the top wall of the oven, a side branch on the side wall of the oven, and a bottom branch on the b ...


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Nils Gosta Sigvard Ishammar: Hot air oven. IFO Kampri, Ladas Parry Von Gehr Goldsmith & Deschamps, March 1, 1977: US04010341 (36 worldwide citation)

An oven for treating food including a well of sheet metal material that is open at the top, a removable insert open at the top end located in the well, the side walls and bottom of the insert being spaced from the side walls and bottom of the well to define air circulating passages therebetween with ...


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Mitchell C Henke: Hot air oven having infra-red radiant surfaces. Lincoln Foodservice Products, Albert L Jeffers, John F Hoffman, Richard L Robinson, November 21, 1989: US04881519 (30 worldwide citation)

A food preparation oven includes an enclosure defining a chamber for receiving a food product therein. A heater and a fan are provided for heating and recirculating the air within the chamber. A foraminous wire mesh conveyor loop passes through the chamber for supporting and transporting a food prod ...


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Harold Gorfien, Abdul R Rahman, Donald E Westcott: Method of producing crisp reheated french fried potatoes. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Nathan Edelberg, Robert P Gibson, Charles C Rainey, August 22, 1978: US04109020 (26 worldwide citation)

An improved method of producing crisp, non-rubbery, reheated french fried tatoes which are frozen for storage purposes after being fried in deep fat and subsequently reheated by means of microwave oven heating without employing additional hot air heating. The improved properties result from a partia ...


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Erb Edward Renninger, Maass Richard Leroy: Surface gloss of vinyl coatings. GAF Corporation, November 20, 1973: US3773545 (22 worldwide citation)

The surface gloss and appearance of vinyl plastisol coatings adhered to substrates are improved by a process comprising passing the coated substrate in cooled condition in contact with a surfacing roll maintained at a temperature of about 320.degree.-420.degree.F and a contact pressure of about 2-10 ...


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Bengt H Hansson: Hot-air oven for cooking food in hot air. Dvorak and Traub, August 13, 1996: US05545874 (22 worldwide citation)

The invention describes a device for cooking food without frying fat where touchable parts are kept well cooled and the food products can be taken out without the device having to be dismantled or tools being used and where the amount of watervapour in the food processing compartment can be regulate ...


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Tamada Kazumi, Takase Tadayoshi: Hot air cooking oven. Rinnai Kabushiki Kaisha, January 16, 1973: US3710775 (22 worldwide citation)

A hot air oven comprises a heating chamber with a partition plate at the rear thereof defining a blower chamber therebehind in which is mounted a blower, the partition plate having an opening facing the blower. A combustion chamber is below the heating chamber and mounts a burner which produces heat ...


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Harald Ubert, Joachim Barthel: Basket guide for a hot air oven. Ubert Gastrotechnik G m b H, Milton Oliver, December 3, 1996: US05579681 (21 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a hot air oven for the preparation of foodstuffs with a housing, with a cooking chamber delimited by four side walls as well as a bottom and a ceiling, with a first (2) blower for generating a hot air flow in the cooking chamber, with a rotatable basket (4) for the foodstuff ...