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TODAY’S PATENT – DOCK LEVELER

Several dock levelers are used as dock loading surfaces or platforms for business purposes. In today’s patent, we will discuss Steven J. Hipp’s invention, “Dock leveler” (US4257137A), which was patented by the USPTO on 24th March 1981. The present invention relates to a dock leveler which is used for loading surfaces or platforms so as to receive […]

Today’s Trademark- BIRD WATCHER’S DIGEST

Bird Watcher’s Digest is a bimonthly birding magazine published in the United States that was established in 1978. Bird Watcher’s Digest was the first market bird-watching publication, and it is still the only one run by a family. Wild Birds Unlimited and Wild Bird Centers, as well as bird-related organizations such as the Cornell Lab of […]

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HOME INSPECTORS

ASHI promotes technical excellence in the industry and encourages its participants to pursue the highest levels of certification. ASHI provides participants with resources for advancement. This is achieved by offering educational opportunities and activities, presenting technical knowledge, connecting members with potential clients, and lobbying on Capitol Hill, among other things. ASHI aims to maintain the […]

PATENT OF THE WEEK – VISORED CAP

Instant head adornments are provided with adjustable headbands. It also consists of metallic straps attached to the sides of the band. These straps are adjustable in a “Visored cap” (US3945050A), which was invented by James J. Bohash, patented by the USPTO on 23rd March 1976. The present invention relates to headcovers and caps of the visored […]

TODAY’S PATENT – BOX SPRING ASSEMBLY

Conventional bed foundations or “box springs” comprise of wooden bed frame which is supported through coil springs. Often customers demand a rigid or less flexible bed foundation. In today’s patent, we will discuss John Thomas King’s invention “Boxspring assembly” (US4012801A), which was patented by the USPTO n 22nd March 1977. The present invention relates to bedding and […]

TODAY’S PATENT – BUNDLETIE

John Covell Collier received his patent for the invention “Bundletie” (US4079485A) from the USPTO on 21st March 1978. This invention relates to bundles that are used for tying insulated conductors or other elongated members into a bundle. It is molded from flexible plastic material, comprising of an elongated strap. These ties may be used individually and […]

TODAY’S PATENT – FLEXIBLE BRISTLE

Railroad maintenance of rails, ties, and ballast does require a need for sweepers such as track cleaners, ballast regulators, and cribbers. To make this task easier, the revolving drum or shaft must be attached with a bristle. In today’s patent, we will discuss Boyd B. Moore’s invention, “Flexible Bristle” (US4144610A), which was patented by the […]

TODAY’S PATENT – CHIMNEY CLEANING APPARATUS

Chimney fires are caused due to accumulation of creosote deposits along with the chimney, which is why the house owners are encouraged to clean the appliance and remove these deposits once or twice a year. In today’s patent, we will discuss Burnell G. Boehland’s invention, “Chimney cleaning apparatus” (US4505000A), which was patented on 19th March 1985 by […]

Today’s Trademark- ORANGE COUNTY BUSINESS JOURNAL

The Orange County Business Journal is a weekly publication that provides a detailed package of news and knowledge about OC businesses, markets, and businesspeople. It is authoritative, succinct, and entertaining. The journal’s 52 issues a year are required reading for the community’s executives, administrators, and practitioners. Its website not only provides links to the Journal’s current and […]

TODAY’S PATENT – LIFE JACKET

Andrew C.R. Tyrer received his patent for the invention of “Life jacket” (US4193153A), by the USPTO on 18th March 1980. The present invention relates to lifejackets. This apparel comprises a one-piece body member which has a flexible plastic foam and also includes a head-rest portion as well. This invention is manufactured by internally heating the sheets […]