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Inventor:
Platt; Keith
Address:
Snellville, GA
No. of patents:
7
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D657859 Filter frame April 17, 2012
D657858 Filter frame April 17, 2012
D655804 Filter frame March 13, 2012
D655803 Filter frame March 13, 2012
D655802 Filter frame March 13, 2012
8562708 Three-dimensional filter October 22, 2013
A three-dimensional filter includes a filter frame having a three-dimensional skeletal structure with a filter media connected to the skeletal structure. The filters are nestable. The skeletal structure may be trimmed and provided with walls to create standard sized filters. Methods
7780140 Two-piece plastic equipment pad August 24, 2010
A two-piece plastic equipment pad with a top portion and an identical bottom portion. Each portion has a base with an underlying grid structure comprising cells formed by perpendicular ribs. The top portion and the bottom portion are aligned and connected together by connector strips










 
 
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