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  • 2796 Breckenridge Dr, Aurora, IL 60504 (630) 375-0787
  • Dayton, OH
  • 2796 Breckenridge Ln, Naperville, IL 60565
  • Berrien Springs, MI

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Method And Apparatus For Recovering Refrigerants From Home Refrigeration Systems

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US Patent:
53926102, Feb 28, 1995
Filed:
Dec 2, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/161334
Inventors:
John A. Nelson - Benton Township, Berrien County MI
David B. Kirby - St. Joseph Township, Berrien County MI
Phalguni S. Roy - St. Joseph Township, Berrien County MI
John L. Wuepper - Royalton Township, Berrien County MI
Nihat O. Cur - Royalton Township, Berrien County MI
Allen C. Schmaltz - Scipio Township, LaPorte County IN
John L. Deaner - Coolspring Township, LaPorte County IN
Terry L. McGath - Kettering OH
Assignee:
Whirlpool Corporation - Benton Harbor MI
International Classification:
F25B 4500
US Classification:
62 77
Abstract:
There is disclosed herein a refrigerant container in the form of a bag, or pouch, made from two sheets of multi-layer barrier film material which are heat sealed adjacent their edges to form a closed pouch which has an interior space. The bag may be connected to an access valve provided in a line of a sealed refrigeration system for capturing the refrigerant therefrom. The barrier film material is specially formulated to prevent outward permeation of a refrigerant and to prevent inward permeation of air. A valve system is provided for filling and emptying the bag.

Method And Apparatus For Recovering Refrigerants From Home Refrigeration Systems

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US Patent:
49968483, Mar 5, 1991
Filed:
Sep 28, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/413823
Inventors:
John A. Nelson - Benton Harbor MI
Terry L. McGath - Berrien Springs MI
David B. Kirby - Benton Harbor MI
Phalguni S. Roy - St. Joseph MI
John L. Wuepper - St. Joseph MI
Omer N. Cur - St. Joseph MI
Assignee:
Whirlpool Corporation - Benton Harbor MI
International Classification:
F25B 4500
US Classification:
62 77
Abstract:
There is disclosed herein a refrigerant container in the form of a bag, or pouch, made from two sheets of multi-layer barrier film material which are heat sealed adjacent their edges to form a closed pouch which has an interior space. The bag may be connected to an access valve provided in a line of a sealed refrigeration system for capturing the refrigerant therefrom. The barrier film material is specially formulated to prevent outward permeation of a refrigerant and to prevent inward permeation of air. A valve stem is provided for filling and emptying the bag.

Method And Apparatus For Recovering Refrigerants From Home Refrigeration Systems

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US Patent:
52937569, Mar 15, 1994
Filed:
Feb 26, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/661463
Inventors:
John A. Nelson - Benton Township, Berrien County MI
David B. Kirby - St. Joseph Township, Berrien County MI
Phalguni S. Roy - St. Joseph Township, Berrien County MI
John L. Wuepper - Royalton Township, Berrien County MI
Nihat O. Cur - Royalton Township, Berrien County MI
Allen C. Schmaltz - Scipio Township, LaPorte County IN
John L. Deaner - Coolspring Township, LaPorte County IN
Terry L. McGath - Kettering OH
Assignee:
Whirlpool Corporation - Benton Harbor MI
International Classification:
F25B 4500
US Classification:
62292
Abstract:
There is disclosed herein a refrigerant container in the form of a bag, or pouch, made from two sheets of multi-layer barrier film material which are heat sealed adjacent their edges to form a closed pouch which has an interior space. The bag may be connected to an access valve provided in a line of a sealed refrigeration system for capturing the refrigerant therefrom. The barrier film material is specially formulated to prevent outward permeation of a refrigerant and to prevent inward permeation of air. A valve system is provided for filling and emptying the bag.
Terry L Mcgath from Aurora, IL, age ~78 Get Report