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  • 1485 Lively Blvd, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
  • 205 Bright Ridge Dr, Schaumburg, IL 60194
  • Anna Maria, FL
  • 655 Key Royale Dr, Bradenton Beach, FL 34217
  • Holmes Beach, FL
  • Manasota, FL

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Cleaning Kit For Firearms

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US Patent:
8458947, Jun 11, 2013
Filed:
Jan 14, 2011
Appl. No.:
12/930732
Inventors:
Richard C. Iosso - Schaumburg IL,
Marianne Ortmann - Algonquin IL,
Assignee:
International Processing Company of America - Elk Grove Village IL
International Classification:
F41A 29/02
US Classification:
42 95
Abstract:
A device for cleaning tubular passageways of a firearm that carries ignition products of a firearm propellant includes a relatively rigid hollow, tubular guide and a compliant cleaning rod within the bore of the hollow guide. The cleaning rod travels within the hollow guide before entering the tubular passageway to be cleaned. The cleaning rod is sufficiently flexible so as to be unable to support its own weight without substantial bending when supported at one end in a cantilever fashion. A cleaning kit is also provided including the cleaning device and a plurality of related cleaning items, such as brush-like cleaning elements.

Electrodeposition Bath For Wear-Resistant Zinc Articles

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US Patent:
6197183, Mar 6, 2001
Filed:
Feb 18, 2000
Appl. No.:
9/506784
Inventors:
Richard C. Iosso - Elk Grove Village IL
International Classification:
C25D 304
US Classification:
205286
Abstract:
This invention relates to the electrodeposition of chromium onto zinc or zinc alloys, and particular electrodeposition bath conditions. The chromium plating bath is suitable for enhancing surface hardness of relatively high copper, low aluminum zinc-alloys. The bath is an aqueous solution which includes chromic acid and sulfate ions in amounts so that the weight ratio of chromic acid to the sulfate ions is about 75:1 to about 125:1, respectively. The bath further includes specified amounts of fluoride ion, boric acid and an alkali metal carbonate. The bath may additionally include an alkali metal bicarbonate in a carbonate-to-bicarbonate weight ratio of about 0. 6 to about 13:1, respectively.
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