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Bruce L Bruso: Auxiliary hydraulic power unit. Seidel Gonda Lavorgna & Monaco PC, September 22, 1998: US05809779 (25 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates generally to a hydraulic power unit for supplying hydraulic fluid under pressure to industrial equipment, and more particularly to an auxiliary hydraulic power unit that is adapted to mount to a vehicle and supply auxiliary hydraulic power to auxiliary equipment associa ...


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Andrew E Suhy Jr, Brent C Parent: Apparatus and method for tracking and managing physical assets. Dana Corporation, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLLC, June 13, 2006: US07062446 (24 worldwide citation)

A computer based system automatically gathers, analyzes, and delivers information relating to the procurement and utilization of a plurality of such assets, such as a fleet of industrial equipment, so as to maximize productivity and to reduce operating costs and administrative burdens. Each of the a ...


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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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Trainor John B: Sound attenuating device. February 9, 1971: US3561561 (24 worldwide citation)

This disclosure relates to improved sound attenuating devices for exhaust gas, such as is presently utilized in various industries to muffle the sound of pneumatically operated industrial equipment. The basic embodiment includes an exhaust entrance tube, a shell encircling the tube defining a gas ex ...


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Ole Petter Skaaksrud, Terence Hollahan, Steven Benton: Proximity node location using a wireless node network. FEDEX CORPORATE SERVICES, Withers & Keys, June 6, 2017: US09674812 (23 worldwide citation)

Methods, media, apparatus, and systems are described for improved and enhanced node location determination related to one of a plurality of nodes in a wireless node network. A first and second other node in the network are instructed to detect any message broadcast from the one node over a period of ...


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Sheldon E Young: Load-sensing and adjusting method for operable machines. Vibro Dynamics Corporation, E Manning Giles, September 13, 1977: US04047427 (23 worldwide citation)

A vibration isolator of the type used for mounting industrial equipment, having the capability of measuring forces exerted upon the isolator to adjust the support provided by each of the isolators upon which the equipment is mounted so as to provide the most suitable distribution of support and to r ...


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Itsuki Bahn: Reluctance-type electric motor. Kabushikigaisha Sekogiken, Staas & Halsey, August 11, 1992: US05138244 (23 worldwide citation)

A reluctance-type motor which is used as a drive source of industrial equipment, and particularly as a servo motor, wherein an armature current is held at a preset value by chopper control in a section where a position detecting signal is present. Stored magnetic energy of an armature coil is conver ...


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Lawlar John B: Circulating cooling system. Allied Chemical Corporation, Murray Jr Jack B, Rooney Gerard P, April 23, 1974: US3805880 (23 worldwide citation)

A closed circuit cooling system for servicing industrial equipment is provided wherein environmental pollution attributable to the discharge of toxic and otherwise polluting additives, such as chromates, phosphates and various biocides, by the common practice of 'blowdown,' is avoided. The usual los ...


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Philip P Graber: Combination door handle and grab bar for an agricultural or industrial cab door. Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, April 9, 1996: US05504974 (22 worldwide citation)

This invention is a combination door latch actuating handle and an exit/entry operator support assembly, mainly for the interior but also usable for the exterior of a vertically oriented door for any agricultural or industrial equipment with a cab. It consists of two nearly full width of door, U-sha ...


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Frank V Mingrone: Fire suppression systems. Mattern Ware Stoltz & Fressola, June 25, 1985: US04524835 (19 worldwide citation)

Fire suppression piping systems for delivering prescribed quantities of chemical powder propelled by compressed gas, such as dry nitrogen to extinguish fires occurring in commercial and industrial equipment, i.e. open tanks of flammable liquids, machinery handling flammable materials, pumping statio ...