Roy G Wilkes, Age ~91North Barrington, IL

Roy Wilkes Phones & Addresses

17 Lakeside Ln, North Barrington, IL 60010 847-382-1197

97 Thornhill Ln, Barrington, IL 60010

Lake Barrington, IL

1126 Poplar Blvd, Jackson, MS 39202 601-355-0455

401 Charity Church, Jackson, MS 39211 601-957-1467

Jackson, MS 601-355-0455

Lane, IL

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Company: Wilkes & mc lean ltd Address: 17 Lakeside Ln, Hoffman Estates, IL 60010 Position: Owner Industries: Management Consulting Services

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Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Roy Wilkes
Owner
Wilkes & Mc Lean Ltd
Management Consulting Services
17 Lakeside Ln, Hoffman Estates, IL 60010
Website: wilkesandmclean.com
Roy G Wilkes
Owner
Wilkes & Mclean, Ltd
Arrangement of Transportation of Freight and ...
97 A Thornhill, Hoffman Estates, IL 60010
Roy Wilkes
President
Wilkes & Mc Lean Ltd
Industrial Machinery and Equipment
600 Estes Ave, Schaumburg, IL 60193

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US Patents

Suppressor For Manifold Fluid Line

US Patent:
2003022, Dec 4, 2003
Filed:
May 31, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/159660
Inventors:
Roy Wilkes - North Barrington IL,
International Classification:
F16L055/04
US Classification:
138/030000
Abstract:
A suppressor for a fluid line in a manifold, including a mounting body removably securable to the manifold, and a diffuser attached to the mounting body and located in the fluid line when the mounting body is secured to the manifold. A charge bladder is secured to the mounting body and disposed inside the diffuser, and a charging valve is secured to the mounting body for charging gas through the mounting body into the interior of the charge bladder. A discharge opening is between the charge bladder interior and an opening in the mounting body adjacent the manifold when the suppressor is secured to the manifold, and a seal is securable over the discharge opening and between the mounting body and the manifold when the mounting body is secured to the manifold. The seal alone is structurally incapable of preventing discharge of charge gas from the charge bladder, but prevents discharge of charge gas from the charge bladder when the mounting body is secured to the manifold.

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