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U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 361: Electricity: Electrical Systems And Devices

Systems or devices which provide safety and protection for other systems and devices; control circuits for electromagnetic devices and non-electromagnetic-type relays. Systems or devices which discharge, or prevent the accumulation of electrical charge on or in an object or material; circuits for charging objects or materials. Systems for generating or conducting an electric charge. Systems which process electrical speed signals. Circuits for reversing the polarity of an electric circuit. Systems which cause the ignition of a fuel or an explosive charge. Systems and processes for demagnetizing a magnetic field. Transformers and inductors with integral switch, capacitor or lock. Electrostatic capacitors, per se. Housings and mounting assemblies with plural diverse electrical components. Electrolytic systems and devices.

Subclass 695: Fan or blower
Subclass 697: With heat sink or cooling fins
Subclass 698: And liquid
Subclass 700: Change of physical state
Subclass 716: Plural
Subclass 818: EMI

Class 165: Heat Exchange

Apparatus or process not provided for in other classes for transferring heat, or apparatus or process not provided for in other classes relating to an auxiliary device particularly adapted to be used with such heat transfer apparatus.

Subclass 104.22: Including means to move heat exchange material in liquid state
Subclass 104.23: By direct application of electrical energy to heat exchange material
Subclass 104.25: By application of mechanical energy
Subclass 104.26: Utilizing capillary attraction
Subclass 104.33: Cooling electrical device
Subclass 272: Control of heat pipe heat transfer characteristics
Subclass 80.3: Air cooled, including fins
Subclass 80.4: Liquid cooled

Class 16: Miscellaneous Hardware

Specific articles of hardware not otherwise classified. It comprises such articles as carpet-fasteners, door-hangers, sash-cord fasteners, sash-weights, hinges, door checks and closures, sash-balances, furniture-casters, etc.

Subclass 226: Metallic

Class 257: Active Solid-State Devices (E.G., Transistors, Solid-State Diodes)

This class provides for active solid-state electronic devices, that is, electronic devices or components that are made up primarily of solid materials, usually semiconductors, which operate by the movement of charge carriers - electrons or holes - which undergo energy level changes within the material and can modify an input voltage to achieve rectification, amplification, or switching action, and are not classified elsewhere.

Subclass 715: Boiling (evaporative) liquid
Subclass E23.102: Cooling facilitated by shape of device (EPO)
Subclass E23.104: Characterized by shape of housing (EPO)
Subclass E23.109: Metallic materials (EPO)
Subclass E23.114: Protection against radiation, e.g., light, electromagnetic waves (EPO)

Class 62: Refrigeration

(1) processes and apparatus peculiar to removing heat from a substance, usually by a change of phase of a coolant or refrigerant, as by evaporation, melting or sublimation, (2) the resultant product of part (1), e.g., ice, liquefied or solidified gases, and (3) processes and apparatus peculiar to handling the latter as a stored product, not elsewhere provided for.

Subclass 259.2: With electrical component cooling

Class 174: Electricity: Conductors And Insulators

This class is for inventions relating to the structure of electrical conductors and insulators and insulators and the apparatus specialized to mounting, supporting, encasing in conduits, and/or housing the same. Conductors may be bare or be encased in insulation, may be single strand or plural strand, may be of single conductor form or there may be a plurality of conductors associated together to form a cable. Since all materials that have the property of being conductors of electricity and all devices made therefrom may be termed electrical conductors, only those structures that are specially designed to conduct electricity as their proximate purpose are placed in this class. Insulators are placed here when the structure thereof is claimed, which structure is specially designed for spacing two or more devices of different electrical potential from each other or for spacing one or more devices from ground. Since all materials which are poor conductors of electricity and devices made therefrom may be termed electrical insulators, only those structures whose proximate purpose is that already stated. Conduits are placed in this class only when some characteristic is claimed which limits the same to the electrical use.

Subclass 15.2: By heat pipe
Subclass 384: Wall structure

Class 454: Ventilation

This is the parent class for apparatus and processes for supplying air to and removing it from enclosures, for distributing and circulating the air therein, or for preventing its contamination.


Class 209: Classifying, Separating, And Assorting Solids

Methods and apparatus for separating solid materials and assorting or segregating them in grades or classes according to physical characteristics.

Subclass 127.1: ELECTROSTATIC

Class 96: Gas Separation: Apparatus

Apparatus used in separation of a gas from a fluid mixture comprising (i) a gas and solid or liquid particles entrained therein, (ii) a liquid and gas entrained therein, or (iii) a plurality of gases. As a general rule for this class, there must be a relationship of apparatus parts embracing: (a) an inlet for the fluid mixture to be treated, (b) a means effective to cause separation into constituent parts, and (c) an outlet for at least one constituent separate and distinct from an outlet for another constituent, which may be for removal of the separating media itself, or a single outlet used at different times to remove the separated constituents. The gas separation apparatus for this class does not include means in which the separation is caused by a chemical reaction.

Subclass 77: Serially arranged ionizing and collecting or agglomerating fields
Subclass 95: Ionizing electrode details (e.g., coil, mat, corona suppression, etc.)