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  • 1020 Dawes St, Libertyville, IL 60048 (847) 680-9567
  • Washington, IL
  • 1020 Dawes St, Libertyville, IL 60048 (312) 927-3315

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Position: Production Occupations

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

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Brake Reservoir Make-Up System

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US Patent:
4844217, Jul 4, 1989
Filed:
Jan 15, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/144504
Inventors:
Glenn M. Betlinski - Libertyville IL
Dennis A. Voss - Mt. Prospect IL
Assignee:
Komatsu Dresser Company - Libertyville IL
International Classification:
B60K 4126
B60T 1706
US Classification:
192 4A
Abstract:
A brake-transmission system (10) is provided for a vehicle having a transmission system (14) including a transmission (18) and a brake system (12) including brakes (64, 66, 68, 70). The system (10) includes a first fluid reservoir (18, 20) associated with the transmission system (14) for supplying fluid to the transmission system (14). A second fluid reservoir (16) is associated with the brake system (12) for supplying fluid to the brake system (12). Structure (24, 26, 32, 34, 54) is provided for establishing a fluid communication path from the transmission system (14) to the second fluid reservoir (16). Structure (86, 88) is also provided to establish a fluid communication path from the brakes (64, 66, 68, 70) to the first fluid reservoir (18, 20).

Fan Guard Assembly

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US Patent:
4634346, Jan 6, 1987
Filed:
Jul 18, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/756218
Inventors:
Thomas M. Cameron - Waukegan IL
Glenn M. Betlinski - Libertyville IL
Assignee:
Dresser Industries, Inc. - Dallas TX
International Classification:
F04B 3910
US Classification:
416247R
Abstract:
A fan guard assembly comprising a pair of mirror image plates, each of said plates having a plurality of perforations extending therethrough to define a plurality of air flow passages. The plates further include a flange-like surface extending radially outward from the top, bottom and the outboard side. The inboard sides of the plates are placed in overlapping relationship with respect to each other. The plates are joined together about the overlapped portions to form the fan guard assembly.
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