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Debra L Wilfong, David J Drath, Michael C Palazzotto, Peggy S Willett, Henry B Clark III: Vibration damping constructions using acrylate-containing damping materials. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, Carolyn V Peters, September 23, 1997: US05670006 (38 worldwide citation)

Acrylate-only and epoxy-acrylate thermoset resins exhibit high temperature damping behavior. These materials are suitable for damping vibrations in structures and component parts of devices where high temperature performance is required, such as in automobiles, aircraft, industrial equipment and app ...


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Peter Immarco, Lawrence Cohen, Theodore J Gordon: Speech recognition devices. John C Smith, November 23, 1999: US05991726 (35 worldwide citation)

A voice recognition system which controls industrial equipment or machinery. A proximity detector is attached to automatically adjust microphone sensitivity and to control automatic shutdown when the machine operator is not present. An enhanced barge-in feature uses a data switch that includes an in ...


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Roger S Cann: Electrostatic painting apparatus having optically sensed flow meter. Behr Industrial Equipment, Reising Ethington Barnard Perry & Milton, November 7, 1989: US04878454 (33 worldwide citation)

A high-voltage electrostatic painting apparatus (10) for coating an article (12) inside a spray booth (14). The apparatus (10) includes a flow rate meter (34) disposed within the electrostatic environment for measuring the rate at which paint is supplied to a discharge atomizer (18). The meter (34) ...


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Harold R White, Alexander J Doncer Jr: Liquid separating and recycling. Alar Engineering Corporation, Hill Van Santen Steadman Chiara & Simpson, November 30, 1982: US04361488 (32 worldwide citation)

Solid contaminants are removed from tramp oil containing aqueous emulsions, the emulsions are separated into reusable constituents and the separated aqueous liquid is recycled. Apparatus and method are provided especially for reclaiming solvents, washing solutions, lubricating oil, cutting oil and t ...


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Schoenbeck Delbert L, Kincaid Reece: Integrated chemical cleaning apparatus. Richardson Chemical Cleaning Service, June 6, 1972: US3667487 (32 worldwide citation)

An integral chemical cleaning apparatus for supplying and recirculating compositions used in the process of removing scale, rust, grease and dirt coatings from internal metallic surfaces of closed industrial equipment where the stages of pickling, passivating and flushing are performed consecutively ...


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Maurice Le Van Suu: Control device for the charging of at least one battery. SGS Thomson Microelectronics, James H Morris, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, April 14, 1998: US05739673 (28 worldwide citation)

A battery-charger uses a fuzzy logic microprocessor. The use of fuzzy logic makes it easier to take account of the diversity of the types of batteries to be charged and to control the state of the batteries charged while, at the same time, producing a battery at very low cost, whereas these function ...


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Hervin A Carlin Jr: Polyolefin tank within a metallic tank. Poly Processing Company, Industrial Equipment & Engineering, Brady O Boyle & Gates, December 2, 1986: US04625892 (27 worldwide citation)

A polyolefin lined tank consisting of a rigid polyolefin tank within a metallic tank wherein there is no adherence or bonding between the walls of the inner polyolefin tank and the outer metallic tank, but wherein a maximum of 0.04 inch clearance is obtained between the said walls. The polyolefin ta ...


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Arvid K Grimsley, Joseph J Franzino, William W Coville: Tube cleaning apparatus. Goodway Tools Corporation, Patrick J Walsh, June 27, 1995: US05426807 (27 worldwide citation)

A tube cleaning apparatus for tubes and pipes installed in power plant and similar industrial equipment utilizes a rotating brush assembly fitted to one end of a rotary cable encased in a protective casing and driven at its other end in clockwise and counterclockwise rotation by a reversible motor. ...


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Kenneth A Stoddard, R William Kneifel II, Jason A Sattler: Shared operating unit for a network of programmable equipment. Trellis Software & Controls, Harness Dickey & Pierce, February 24, 2004: US06697681 (27 worldwide citation)

A device on a network having multiple units of programmable industrial equipment includes a control handle connected to a controller for a unit of the programmable equipment and a shared operating unit selectively connected to the control handle for controlling the unit of programmable industrial eq ...


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Joseph A Vasta: Aqueous dispersion of aromatic polysulfone resin with perfluorocarbon resin, and coated articles. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, November 23, 1976: US03993843 (24 worldwide citation)

The novel aqueous coating composition contains a uniformly dispersed aromatic polysulfone resin and is useful as a protective coating composition for wood, metal, wire, glass and plastics and can be used as an adhesive; finishes of the novel composition have excellent stain resistance, good thermal ...



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