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Alan P Schofield

from Fullerton, CA
Age ~79

Alan Schofield Phones & Addresses

  • 1059 Valencia Mesa Dr, Fullerton, CA 92833
  • Souderton, PA
  • 90 Newbury Way, Lansdale, PA 19446 (215) 362-5859
  • Montgomery, PA
  • Harleysville, PA
  • Newport Beach, CA
  • Placentia, CA
  • Orange, CA

Publications

Isbn (Books And Publications)

The Wage and Salary Audit

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Author

Alan Schofield

ISBN #

0566020084

Us Patents

Cammed Seal Assembly With Sealing Ring Having An Angled Leg Portion And Foot Portion With Elastomeric Energizer Element

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US Patent:
7341258, Mar 11, 2008
Filed:
Sep 24, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/949425
Inventors:
Augustus Brooks Holt - Royersford PA,
Paul E. Roberts - Wyndmoor PA,
Alan P. Schofield - Lansdale PA,
Assignee:
Greene, Tweed of Delaware, Inc. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
F16J 15/00
US Classification:
277584, 277589
Abstract:
A seal assembly seals first and second operational surfaces spaced apart by a gap. The first surface includes a seal groove having a base surface and first and second side surfaces. A sealing element in the seal groove has a foot portion extending parallel to the base surface which engages the second operational surface. A leg portion extending from the foot portion toward the base surface has first and second surfaces. A back-up ring adjacent to the sealing element prevents extrusion of the sealing element into the gap. A first side of the back-up ring mates with the second surface of the leg portion, and a second side mates with one of the first and second side surfaces of the seal groove. An energizer element located between the base surface and the foot portion applies uniform pressure to the leg and foot portions when the energizer element is compressed.

Fluid Swivel Coupling Device

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US Patent:
6086112, Jul 11, 2000
Filed:
Jan 13, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/229197
Inventors:
Alan P. Schofield - Fullerton CA
John W. Kosty - Fountain Valley CA
Jon Maynard Lenhert - Brea CA
Assignee:
Saint-Gobain Performance Plastic Corporation - Wayne NJ
International Classification:
F16L 2708
US Classification:
285 98
Abstract:
A fluid swivel coupling device for rotatably interconnecting a pair of fluid conduits. The coupling device includes a plastic swivel housing forming an internal cavity and a fluidly connected first port. The internal cavity includes a cylindrical inner surface having an annular housing retention groove and a spaced apart annular seal groove. A plastic tubular second swivel body portion extends between an internal end and a second port. The internal end is rotatably seated within the internal cavity and includes an annular retention groove opposing the housing retention groove and an annular seal groove opposing the seal groove within the housing. The second swivel body portion is fluidly connected with the first port to define an all plastic fluid passageway between the first and second ports. An annular seal is seated within the internal cavity between the opposing seal grooves for preventing fluid from leaking out of the cavity. A retention bearing is seated within the internal cavity between the opposing retention grooves and adapted to allow rotation of the second body portion while securing the second body portion within the cavity.

One-Piece Composite Lip Seal

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US Patent:
5163692, Nov 17, 1992
Filed:
Jul 15, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/730581
Inventors:
Alan P. Schofield - Placentia CA
Mark A. Krzemien - Long Beach CA
Assignee:
Furon Company - Laguna Niguel CA
International Classification:
F16J 1532
US Classification:
277153
Abstract:
A composite one-piece dynamic lip seal forms a dynamic ring seal between static and dynamic surfaces in a variety of applications requiring fluid sealing. The lip seal body is generally U-shaped in cross section and is principally made from a soft elastomeric material. The seal has ID and OD legs on opposite sides of a cavity in its high pressure end, forming ID and OD lips of the seal, either of which can be the dynamic leg of the seal depending upon the application. A U-shaped energizer spring is integrally bonded to the elastomer and is aligned with the U-shaped cross section of the seal so that ID and OD legs of the spring apply radial spring loading to the ID and OD legs of the seal. A reinforcing ring integrally bonded to the elastomeric body of the seal forms an exterior contact surface and an elastomeric reinforcement along a substantial length of the dynamic leg of the seal, from a low pressure end of the seal to an end spaced from the high pressure end of the seal. The reinforcing ring bonds to the elastomeric body, which then forms the contact surface on the dynamic leg of the seal continuously from the reinforcing ring to the high pressure end of the seal.
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