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Air processing device with two air dryer cartridges
Publication/Patent Number: US8628602B2 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 13/182,984 Filing Date: 2011-07-14 Inventor: Heer, Siegfried   Assignee: Haldex Brake Products GmbH   IPC: B01D53/26 Abstract: An air processing device for a utility vehicle includes a compressor and two air dryer cartridges. The air dryer cartridges are located in two parallel paths. A control unit controls a regeneration of one of said air dryer cartridges independent from a load phase of the other of said air dryer cartridges.
Vacuum pump suction filter meant for collecting impurities from function
Publication/Patent Number: US8628607B2 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 12/866,725 Filing Date: 2009-02-09 Inventor: Rao, Yadapalli Kondala   Assignee: Rao, Yadapalli Kondala   IPC: B03C3/36 Abstract: The invention relates to a system wherein the fluid stream from an object to be evacuated is filtered before it enters into the vacuum pump with the maximum purity to the level of 99% and up to the particle size of 0.3 microns with minimum pressure difference thereby improving the life cycle of pump and performance of system.
Vapor-phase process apparatus, vapor-phase process method, and substrate
Publication/Patent Number: US8628616B2 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 12/330,904 Filing Date: 2008-12-09 Inventor: Takasuka, Eiryo   Ueda, Toshio   Kuramoto, Toshiyuki   Ueno, Masaki   Assignee: Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.   IPC: C23C16/455 Abstract: A vapor-phase process apparatus and a vapor-phase process method capable of satisfactorily maintaining quality of processes even when different types of processes are performed are obtained. A vapor-phase process apparatus includes a process chamber, gas supply ports serving as a plurality of gas introduction portions, and a gas supply portion (a gas supply member, a pipe, a flow rate control device, a pipe, and a buffer chamber). The process chamber allows flow of a reaction gas therein. The plurality of gas supply ports are formed in a wall surface (upper wall) of the process chamber along a direction of flow of the reaction gas. The gas supply portion can supply a gas into the process chamber at a different flow rate from each of one gas supply port and another gas supply port different from that one gas supply port among the plurality of gas supply ports.
Turboengine water wash system
Publication/Patent Number: US8628627B2 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 11/644,784 Filing Date: 2006-12-22 Inventor: Sales, Hubert E.   Asplund, Peter   Assignee: EcoServices, LLC   IPC: B08B9/00 Abstract: A system for cleaning gas turbine engines is described. More specifically, methods and apparatuses for cleaning stationary gas turbines and on-wing turbofan engines found on aircraft are disclosed that includes a trailer-mounted, automated low-pressure water delivery system, additive and detergent injection system, nozzle and manifold technology, and active waste water effluent collector system. The system will deliver the liquid cleaning medium at a specific pressure, temperature, and flow rate to optimize the atomization that occurs at the nozzles.
Auto-clean heat exchanger deep cleaning station
Publication/Patent Number: US8628628B1 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 12/849,594 Filing Date: 2010-08-03 Inventor: Bonner, Michael R.   Kremer, Gregory D.   Gladstone, C. Robert   Assignee: Bonner, Michael R.   Kremer, Gregory D.   Gladstone, C. Robert   IPC: B08B9/00 Abstract: This free-standing unit allows heat exchangers to be deep cleaned either in place or off line. Cleaning is performed by circulating cleaning solution at high velocity from an on-board reservoir through the heat exchanger and automatically reversing the direction of flow through the heat exchanger back and forth at a user selectable rate. Regardless of the direction of flow through the heat exchanger, the cleaning fluid is always routed back to the reservoir through a filter assembly to remove any debris flushed from the heat exchanger.
Power injector syringe assembly
Publication/Patent Number: US8628495B2 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 13/139,535 Filing Date: 2010-08-11 Inventor: Horton, Duane L.   La, Valle Felicia M.   Martz, Kevin R.   Assignee: Mallinckrodt LLC   IPC: A61M1/00 Abstract: A power injector syringe assembly (110) is disclosed. The power injector syringe assembly (110) includes a power injector syringe (112) and coupling (130) that are permanently joined. The coupling (130) includes a wedge-shaped mounting flange (144) to facilitate installation of the assembly (110) on a syringe mount (200) of a power injector. The coupling (130) also includes at least one coupling member (150) to facilitate removal of the assembly (110) from the syringe mount (200).
Method and apparatus for treating meibomian gland dysfunction employing fluid jet
Publication/Patent Number: US8628504B2 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 12/887,165 Filing Date: 2010-09-21 Inventor: Grenon, Stephen M.   Paul, Lyle   Roe, Steven   Korb, Donald R.   Assignee: TearScience, Inc.   IPC: A61M35/00 Abstract: According to the present invention, there is provided a method of treating meibomian gland dysfunction in a mammal wherein an occlusion blocks at least a portion of the flow of naturally occurring secretion out of a gland channel orifice. The invention comprises selecting a device capable of delivering a jet of heated medium. The device is positioned such that when the jet is it is applied to the exterior surface of the eyelid, proximate to the gland channel orifice, a jet of heated medium is applied to the exterior surface of the eyelid proximate to the gland channel orifice at a pressure of from about 2 psi to about 30 psi. Application of the jet of heated medium is maintained for sufficient time to loosen, break up, fracture, soften or liquefy at least a portion of the occlusion such that at least a portion of the occlusion is removed. In an exemplary embodiment, the medium is water heated to a temperature of between about 42° C. and about 46° C. Depending on the particular type and composition of the obstruction, the fluid jet operates to melt or soften the obstruction and to milkingly move the corpus of the softened obstruction up the gland channel from the end opposite the meibomian gland orifice and out of the gland orifice. Repeated application of the heated fluid jet may also be necessary to soften and/or express the obstruction.
Disposable nursing pad
Publication/Patent Number: US8628507B1 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 12/779,765 Filing Date: 2010-05-13 Inventor: Carroll, Teresa P.   Assignee: NuAngel, Inc.   IPC: A61F5/44 Abstract: A disposable nursing pad is provided. The nursing pad of the present disclosure is thin, flexible, absorbent, breathable, hypoallergenic, and environmentally friendly. The pad of the present disclosure is composed of multiple layers—a cotton inner layer worn against the skin of the user, an absorbent middle layer, and a waterproof and breathable outer layer. The pad comprises a variety of embossed channels—one in the center of the pad, one along the perimeter of the pad, and radial channels extending from the perimeter channel towards the center channel.
Enteral connectors and systems
Publication/Patent Number: US8628509B2 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 12/775,136 Filing Date: 2010-05-06 Inventor: Kropczynski, Jr. John J.   Perry, James   Walter, Meghan   Kopilec, Dennis   Cameron, Allan   Ciccone, Christine   Parent, Thomas   Stonecipher, Brian   Walker, Philip C.   Wilson, James   Assignee: Abbott Laboratories   IPC: A61M5/32 Abstract: An enteral connector assembly and system (700) communicates fluid between a bag B′ or a bottle B″ and an enteral feeding set. The system (700) includes an end cap (705) that communicates enteral fluid across a barrier (715) having a specially configured barrier keyway (720) formed with a barrier port (725). The barrier (715) establishes an interstice (165) that when combined with the spike barrier (715) prevents introduction of and fluid communication with legal intravenous spikes (LS) and other incompatible connectors, while enabling connection to and fluid communication with compatible components such as an interconnect (740) having multiple tines (745) that include specially shaped tips (750) that extend across the interstice (165) to pierce a seal, septum, and/or sealing membrane and form a fluid pathway.
Emergency preservation and resuscitation methods
Publication/Patent Number: US8628512B2 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 12/900,917 Filing Date: 2010-10-08 Inventor: Kochanek, Patrick M   Wu, Xianren   Tisherman, Samuel Aaron   Stezoski, S. William   Yaffe, Lyn   Assignee: University of Pittsburgh—Of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education   IPC: A61M31/00 Abstract: Provided are methods for inducing preservation in a patient and resuscitating that patient. At least three hours of preservation, with successful resuscitation, are realized using the methods described herein. The methods involve flushing a patient with an oxygenated, cold-flush solution, such as normal saline, having an energy source. The patient may be cooled to deep or profound hypothermia to induce preservation. The patient may be resuscitated by warming to from about 33° C. to about 36° C., and then may be slowly warmed over a 24 to 72 hour period to normothermia. Kits for inducing preservation also are provided.
Directive window ablation antenna with dielectric loading
Publication/Patent Number: US8628527B2 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 13/711,164 Filing Date: 2012-12-11 Inventor: Brannan, Joseph D.   Assignee: Covidien LP   IPC: A61B18/18 Abstract: An electrosurgical device for directing energy to a target volume of tissue includes a coaxial feedline having an inner conductor, an outer conductor coaxially disposed around the inner conductor, and a dielectric material disposed therebetween. An elongated electrically-conductive member is longitudinally disposed at a distal end of the inner conductor. A balun structure is disposed on the outer conductor. The device also includes an electrically-conductive cylinder coaxially disposed around a distal portion of the balun structure, and a dielectric structure disposed substantially adjacent to a distal end of the electrically-conductive cylinder, wherein the dielectric structure longitudinally extends from the distal end of the electrically-conductive cylinder to a distal end of the electrically-conductive member.
Vertebral denervation
Publication/Patent Number: US8628528B2 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 13/862,306 Filing Date: 2013-04-12 Inventor: Pellegrino, Richard   Patel, Samit   Carrison, Harold   Assignee: Relievant Medsystems, Inc.   IPC: A61B18/14 Abstract: System and methods for channeling a path into bone include a trocar having a proximal end, distal end and a central channel disposed along a central axis of the trocar. The trocar includes a radial opening at or near the distal end of the trocar. The system includes a curveable cannula sized to be received in the central channel, the curveable cannula comprising a curveable distal end configured to be extended laterally outward from the radial opening in a curved path extending away from the trocar. The curveable cannula has a central passageway having a diameter configured to allow a probe to be delivered through the central passageway to a location beyond the curved path.
Compact container
Publication/Patent Number: USD697674S1 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 29/408,723 Filing Date: 2011-12-15 Inventor: You, Injung   Assignee: Amorepacific Corporation   IPC:
Wire crate with blow-molded base
Publication/Patent Number: USD697675S1 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 29/355,346 Filing Date: 2010-02-05 Inventor: Cheng-lung, Wu   Jakubowski, Todd M.   Jakubowski, Chris   Jakubowski, Scott   Assignee: Vermont Juvenile Furniture Mfg., Inc.   IPC:
Animal restraint
Publication/Patent Number: USD697677S1 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 29/451,298 Filing Date: 2013-03-29 Inventor: Ritchey, Grant A.   Ritchey, Craig E.   Assignee: Ritchey, Grant A.   Ritchey, Craig E.   IPC:
Impact distributing mechanism
Publication/Patent Number: US8627512B2 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 13/545,381 Filing Date: 2012-07-10 Inventor: Dodd, Mark D.   Assignee: Pinwrest Development Group, LLC   IPC: A41D13/00 Abstract: An article is provided that includes a core with a plurality of plates. A first one of the plurality of plates is hingedly attached, at one or more edges of the first plate, to one or more substantially adjacent other plates in the plurality of plates. Each hinge that hingedly attaches an edge of the first plate to another plate joins less than the entire respective hingedly attached edge to a corresponding one of the one or more substantially adjacent other plates and is integrally connected to the first plate.
Hard shell box bag with a rounded top shape
Publication/Patent Number: USD697306S1 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 29/432,666 Filing Date: 2012-09-18 Inventor: Romero, Jonathan   Assignee: Romero, Jonathan   IPC:
Publication/Patent Number: USD697314S1 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 29/437,663 Filing Date: 2012-11-20 Inventor: Tronconi, Valentina   Ruggieri, Lorenzo   Manzari, Roberto   Pugliese, Antonio   Timmerman, Cynthia A.   Daveloose, Paul N.   Fox, Jeffrey S.   Roehm, Kayo M.   Chaffee, Matthew D.   Assignee: 3M Innovative Properties Company   IPC:
Publication/Patent Number: USD697330S1 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 29/454,440 Filing Date: 2013-05-10 Inventor: Chen, Yucheng   Assignee: Chen, Yucheng   IPC:
Stretch film dispenser
Publication/Patent Number: USD697332S1 Publication Date: 2014-01-14 Application Number: 29/429,428 Filing Date: 2012-08-10 Inventor: Huang, Harrison   Assignee: Huang, Harrison   IPC:
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