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Amarpreet S Sawhney: Methods and apparatus for in situ formation of hydrogels. Incept, Nicola A Pisano, Fish & Neave, January 30, 2001: US06179862 (224 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus of forming in situ tissue adherent barriers are provided using a sprayer capable of applying two or more viscous crosslinkable components to tissue. The sprayer comprises separate spray nozzles for each of two or more crosslinkable solutions, with each nozzle surrounded by an a ...


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Amarpreet S Sawhney, Patrick K Campbell, David A Melanson: Method and apparatus for in situ formation of hydrogels. Incept, Nicola A Pissano, Fish & Neave, December 26, 2000: US06165201 (194 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus of forming in situ tissue adherent barriers are provided using a sprayer capable of applying two or more viscous crosslinkable solutions to tissue. The sprayer comprises separate spray nozzles for each of two or more crosslinkable solutions, wherein each nozzle is either surrou ...


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Jimmy B Quesenbury: Restriction enhancement drill. Maxwell C Freudenberg, Kenton L Freudenberg, August 25, 1992: US05141063 (155 worldwide citation)

An expandable drill bit for cleaning solidified cement from a well casing used in oil drilling operations. The bit has an initial diameter which allows it to be passed through a permanent restriction in a well casing and thereafter expanded to clean out the casing below the restriction. The bit has ...


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Samuel F Peterson, Alfons Rundzaitis: Selectable multiple-nozzle showerhead. Associated Mills, Allegretti Newitt Witcoff & McAndrews, December 21, 1976: US03998390 (115 worldwide citation)

The improved showerhead disclosed herein includes at least two, and preferably four, separate spray nozzles and is constructed so as to permit users to select the particular spray nozzle through which water is to be discharged. The showerhead may be mounted on the end of a conventional shower arm ex ...


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Hans Holmgren, Matts Lenart Nilsson, Björn Johansson: Method and apparatus for treating the teats of an animal. Delaval Holding, Stinson Morrison Hecker, May 27, 2008: US07377232 (110 worldwide citation)

In an automatic milking installation including a robot arm (2) with a gripper (3) for attaching teat cups (4) to the teats of an animal, e.g. a cow, to be milked, for applying a teat dip to the teats after milking different members, such as spray nozzles (5a, 5b), dipping cups (5c, 5d) and sponge or ...


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William C Smith: Spray gun extension. William S Ramsey, December 21, 1993: US05271564 (100 worldwide citation)

An spray gun extension used in the application of liquids such as paints and other coatings, cleaning solutions, solvents, blasting agents, solvents, sealants, lubricants and pesticides in high volume low pressure spraying. The extension allow the application of such liquids to areas above, below, a ...


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Paul G Jacobs, Bonifacio N Avecilla, Norman Lapworth: Rug and carpet cleaner. Edic, Kelly Bauersfeld & Lowry, March 7, 1989: US04809397 (97 worldwide citation)

A mobile rug or carpet cleaner is provided with a support housing having front and rear wheels mounted so that the unit is tilted about the housing axis of the front wheels to engage and disengage a cleaning head with the carpet to be cleaned. The cleaner includes a fluid delivery system which provi ...


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Durham K Giles, John A Comino: Electrically actuated variable flow control system. The Regents of the University of California, Owen Wickersham & Erickson, August 4, 1992: US05134961 (92 worldwide citation)

An electrically-actuated liquid spraying system for controlling the volumetric flow through pressure-atomization spray nozzles is disclosed. Each nozzle is attached to a direct acting, in-line solenoid valve which is connected to a liquid supply at constant pressure. The valve is excited by square w ...


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John Trenary, David Smith, Donald W Ruehmann, Christopher W Elkins, Elmer Erwin, Roy Treadwell: Spray nozzles. Teledyne Water Pik, Hugh H Drake, May 25, 1976: US03958756 (91 worldwide citation)

A spray nozzle is of a kind including a housing that has a fluid inlet and first and second groups of spray discharge outlets. First and second flow paths are defined in the housing from the inlet to the first and second groups of outlets. Pulsation means in the first flow path cyclically interrupts ...


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Amarpreet S Sawhney: Methods and apparatus for in situ formation of hydrogels. Incept, Patterson Thuente Skaar & Christensen P A, January 6, 2004: US06673093 (91 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus of forming in situ tissue adherent barriers are provided using a sprayer capable of applying two or more viscous crosslinkable components to tissue. The sprayer comprises separate spray nozzles for each of two or more crosslinkable solutions, with each nozzle surrounded by an a ...