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Inventor:
Tredinnick; Kenneth F.
Address:
Vadnais Heights, MN
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6202785 Muffler with acoustic absorption insert for limited clearance pneumatic device applications March 20, 2001
A muffler for attenuating noise produced by a pneumatic device having limited clearance. The muffler includes a housing, a base and an acoustic absorption insert. The housing defines an upstream end and a downstream end, with the downstream end being closed. Further, the housing tapers
6089346 Muffler with acoustic barrier material for limited clearance pneumatic device applications July 18, 2000
A muffler for attenuating noise produced by a pneumatic device having limited clearance. The muffler includes a housing and an acoustic barrier material. The housing includes an inlet and an outlet. In one preferred embodiment, at least a portion of the housing is frusto-conical such tha










 
 
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