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A.W. Industries, Inc.
Address:
Fort Lauderdale, FL
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5511996 Connector contact and method April 30, 1996
Solving the problem of breakage of beryllium, copper contacts by applying heat shock to a condition just short of visible oxidation and then promptly water quenching is disclosed. After being so treated, the contacts are then processed in the traditional way which normally anticipate
4575019 Steel slitter recoiler guard March 11, 1986
A guard for a steel strip recoiler precludes a "pinch point" between the revolving coil of steel and the advancing strip. A lower shroud prevents access to the periphery of the drum and an upper skid plate precludes access to the underside of the advancing strip. The drum shroud and skid

 
 
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