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Inventor:
Kuljis; Zoran R.
Address:
Granby, CT
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7218101 Eddy current method of inspecting a pressure vessel shell May 15, 2007
A pressure vessel penetration sidewall adjacent a tube installed in the penetration by a clearance fit is inspected by passing an eddy current probe having a pair of circumferential coils through the tube. Eddy currents are induced in the pressure vessel as the probe passes through t
5750934 Computer mouse hook May 12, 1998
A mouse cable holder (mouse hook) includes a base heavy enough to support a mast that suspends a computer mouse cable over a separate mouse pad. The mast is made of a single steel wire with an integral cable feed loop at its lower end and an integral mouse cable gripper at its upper end.










 
 
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