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Posted by David Delaney on November 3, 2003, 1:25 am
On Sun, 2 Nov 2003 18:52:53 -0400, "Alec Chiasson"

With a TIFF viewer plugin for your browser (I use
CPC View. It works very well.) You can retrieve
and view or print complete patents from the USPTO
data base a page at a time for free.

David Delaney, Ottawa

Posted by David Delaney on November 3, 2003, 2:17 am
On Sun, 2 Nov 2003 18:52:53 -0400, "Alec Chiasson"

patent numbers, and the

Harry E Thomason appears to have a total of 17 US
patents, all relating to solar thermal matters.
Here is a complete list generated by the search
argument IN/thomason-harry-e in the advanced
search at the USPTO web site:

(1) 5,103,802  Thermosyphon heat-storage and
backup heat apparatus
(2) 4,852,547  Heat storage
(3) 4,369,764  Solar heat storage system
(4) 4,343,293  Solar domestic water heater
(5) 4,284,059  Heat storage and heat exchanger
(6) 4,265,219  Solar heating (cooling) system
(7) 4,158,358  Heat and cold storage apparatus
(8) 4,146,011  Solar energy
(9) 4,139,055  Solar heating (cooling)
(10) 4,134,544  Solar heating system
(11) 4,132,220  Solar energy collector
(12) 4,102,327  Solar heating (cooling) system
(13) 4,082,143  Solar energy
(14) 4,048,812  Solar-energy conserving
(15) 4,029,082  Heat and cold storage apparatus
(16) 3,989,031  Solar heat collector
(17) 3,980,130  Heat, cold and dry storage

You will need a TIFF Viewer such as CPC View to
view patents in the USPTO database.


Posted by Alec Chiasson on November 3, 2003, 7:22 am
 Very much appreciated, David. CPC View works wonderfully, too.


Posted by Nick Pine on November 4, 2003, 12:37 am

I think there are about 36. You might look for an InternetTIFF program at
http://www.internetiff.com/  which is specifically designed for viewing,
saving, and printing patents, more than one page at a time. The web site
says you can use the program free for 5 days.

I'd be happy to send you a copy of my CD for, say, $0. It has almost all
of Thomason's publications and patents as well as Sunspots by Steve Baer
and Bill Shurcliff's New Inventions in Low-Cost Solar Heating book and
other publications.


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