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  • 5200 Cherry Valley Rd, Prospect, KY 40059 (502) 228-1658
  • 5215 Cherry Valley Rd, Prospect, KY 40059 (502) 228-9735

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David Kannapell
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Dave Kannapell Tree Service
Shrub/Tree Services
5215 Cherry Vly Rd, Prospect, KY 40059

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Sampling Device

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US Patent:
4002057, Jan 11, 1977
Filed:
Dec 5, 1975
Appl. No.:
5/638146
Inventors:
David H. Kannapell - Prospect KY
Mervin L. Smith - Sellersburg IN
Assignee:
American Air Filter Company, Inc. - Louisville KY
International Classification:
G01N 1700
US Classification:
73 612
Abstract:
A sampling device for determining scale build-up on the walls of a vessel, one wall of the vessel having a sampling aperture therein to receive a sample member therethrough, the sample member remaining within the vessel during operation and including means to check scale build-up on the member without interfering with the operations going on inside the vessel.

Damper Assembly For High Temperature Or Corrosive Gases

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US Patent:
4027654, Jun 7, 1977
Filed:
Dec 4, 1975
Appl. No.:
5/637720
Inventors:
David H. Kannapell - Prospect KY
Assignee:
American Air Filter Company, Inc. - Louisville KY
International Classification:
F23L 300
F23L 1100
F23L 1304
US Classification:
126285R
Abstract:
A damper assembly for high temperature or corrosive gases including a flow through housing with a damper blade disposed therein, the damper blade including a metallic plate member attached to a transversely extending support member which extends through openings in the side walls of the housing. The plate member includes means for receiving refractory thereon wherein the refractory substantially covers the plate member and is divided into a plurality of preselected sections, each section being separated by a material having a relatively low disintegrating temperature whereby upon initial heating of the damper assembly to temperatures higher than the disintegrating temperature of the relatively low disintegrating material, the said material disintegrates thereby leaving spacing in the refractory for expansion and contraction over a wide range of temperatures.
David H Kannapell from Prospect, KY, age ~105 Get Report