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Inventor:
Ruszczyk; Vicki V.
Address:
Lexington, KY
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4646051 Thermostatic electric switch and thermal biasing assembly therefor February 24, 1987
A housing has a switch chamber in which an electric switch is placed and a recess in which is received a snap acting, thermally responsive disc which actuates and deactuates the switch upon snapping from one configuration to another. A drop in thermal biasing assembly used to modify the
4591820 Thermostatic electric switch and thermal biasing assembly therefor May 27, 1986
A housing has a switch chamber in which an electric switch is placed and a recess in which is received a snap acting, thermally responsive disc which actuates and deactuates the switch upon snapping from one configuration to another. A drop in thermal biasing assembly used to modify the










 
 
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