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PATENTS

Article handling system and method

Patent number: 6974294

Abstract: An article handling system and method for holding articles and moving selected articles individually from and/or to the article handling system. A plurality of vertically spaced article holding trays are mounted for independent rotation, each tray having a plurality of discrete article holding locations. A tray rotating mechanism is arranged to rotate a single selected tray, while a pick-and-place mechanism has an article gripper mounted for vertical and horizontal movement such that the gripper can reach any article holding location on any selected tray. A controller coordinates rotation of theselected tray and movement of the gripper such that the gripper can move to and from the selected article holding location. The handling system is especially useful as part of an automated system for processing multiple specimens of biological fluid in separate vials.

Type: Grant

Filed: October 21, 2002

Issued: December 13, 2005

Assignee: MonoGen, Inc.

Inventors: Norman J. Pressman, Lucien J. Wroblewski

Electrical conduit connector locknut wrench

Application number: 20040237728

Abstract: A wrench for use in connection with a lock nut including outwardly extending protrusions. The wrench includes a base portion and a finger and an engagement tab extending from the base portion. The finger is spaced from the engagement portion with a recess provided between the finger and the engagement portion. To rotate the nut, the finger is positioned over the top surface of the nut. The engagement tab is angled downwardly relative to the finger to engage the outwardly extending protrusions of the nut.

Type: Application

Filed: March 18, 2004

Issued: December 2, 2004

Inventor: Lucien J. Wroblewski
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