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  • 39 Cold Springs Rd, Bristol, CT 06010 (860) 585-6263
  • 11 Coolidge St, Southington, CT 06489
  • 185 Rethal St, Southington, CT 06489 (860) 479-9031
  • 284 Burritt St, Plantsville, CT 06479
  • 251 New Britain Ave, Unionville, CT 06085

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Wayne Joseph Zadrick

Address:
39 Cold Spg Rd, Bristol, CT 06010
License #:
A4621142
Category:
Airmen

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Us Patents

Engine Wash Apparatus And Method

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US Patent:
20140000656, Jan 2, 2014
Filed:
Jun 27, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/534739
Inventors:
Robert M. Rice - Huntsville AL,
Kurt Dorshimer - Fayetteville GA,
Sebastian Nordlund - Solna,
Wayne Zadrick - Bristol CT,
Assignee:
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION - Hartford CT
International Classification:
B08B 3/10
B08B 7/04
US Classification:
134 10, 134110
Abstract:
An engine wash system includes a manifold for delivering wash liquid to an engine. The manifold includes an internal engine contour segment shaped to correspond with at least a portion of the engine case at the inlet; a wash delivery segment connected to the internal engine contour segment which follows the engine case curvature in an axial direction and hooks around an outside of the engine case at the inlet; an inlet on the wash delivery segment to receive wash fluid; a nozzle on the wash delivery portion directed to spray into the compressor inlet of the engine; and a guide extending from the pipe and shaped to align the manifold with respect to the engine so that the nozzle sprays into the engine aft of the inlet particle separator.

Engine Wash Apparatus And Method

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US Patent:
20140000717, Jan 2, 2014
Filed:
Jun 27, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/534759
Inventors:
Robert M. Rice - Huntsville AL,
Kurt Dorshimer - Fayetteville GA,
Sebastian Nordlund - Solna,
Wayne Zadrick - Bristol CT,
Assignee:
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION - Hartford CT
International Classification:
B08B 9/02
F03B 11/00
US Classification:
137 1, 1341042, 137312
Abstract:
An engine wash system with a collector includes a collection pan with a base angled toward a centerline and first and second panels rotatably connecting to first and second sides of the collection pan; a plurality of wheels connecting to the base; a first support connecting on a lower end to the collection pan and extending vertically upward from the collection pan; a first funnel connecting to the first support; and a first hose connecting the first funnel to the collection pan.

Engine Wash System And Method

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US Patent:
20140034091, Feb 6, 2014
Filed:
Jul 31, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/562883
Inventors:
Kurt Dorshimer - Fayetteville GA,
Robert M. Rice - Huntsville AL,
Sebastian Nordlund - Solna,
Wayne Zadrick - Bristol CT,
Assignee:
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION - Hartford CT
International Classification:
B08B 3/00
US Classification:
134 34, 134198
Abstract:
An engine wash system includes a manifold to secure to a nose cone of an engine; a feeder pipe connecting to the manifold to deliver wash liquid to the manifold; a plurality of nozzles connected to the manifold to direct the wash liquid into the engine; a hook connected to the manifold to connect to a slot on the nose cone; and a guide connected to the feeder to align the manifold relative to the engine.

Engine Wash Apparatus And Method - Manifold

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US Patent:
20140034092, Feb 6, 2014
Filed:
Jul 31, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/562980
Inventors:
Kurt Dorshimer - Fayetteville GA,
Robert M. Rice - Huntsville AL,
Sebastian Nordlund - Solna,
Wayne Zadrick - Bristol CT,
Assignee:
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION - Hartford CT
International Classification:
B08B 3/00
US Classification:
134 34, 134171, 1341042
Abstract:
An engine wash system for delivering wash liquid to an engine with a lift fan and a main engine, the lift fan including a plurality of inlet guide vanes and a nose cone, and the main engine connected to the lift fan by a shaft, the engine wash system includes a lift fan manifold to deliver wash liquid to the lift fan; and a main engine manifold to deliver wash liquid to the main engine, wherein the lift fan manifold and the main engine manifold can deliver the wash liquid simultaneously.

Engine Wash Apparatus And Method - Collector

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US Patent:
20140034130, Feb 6, 2014
Filed:
Jul 31, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/563002
Inventors:
Kurt Dorshimer - Fayetteville GA,
Robert M. Rice - Huntsville AL,
Sebastian Nordlund - Solna,
Wayne Zadrick - Bristol CT,
Assignee:
United Technologies Corporation - Hartford CT
International Classification:
B08B 9/02
B08B 13/00
B08B 3/04
US Classification:
137 1, 134171, 1341042, 137312
Abstract:
A collector for collecting wash liquid from an engine washing operation including an inlet duct to receive wash liquid from the wash operation; a plurality of droplet separators to retain the wash liquid within the collector while allowing air to flow out of the collector; a base to receive the wash liquid; an outlet connected to the base to discharge wash liquid from the collector; and a plurality of wheels connected to the base for moving the collector.

Apparatus For Positioning Integrated Circuit Packages For Tinning

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US Patent:
52636321, Nov 23, 1993
Filed:
Aug 6, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/926584
Inventors:
Wayne J. Zadrick - Bristol CT
Carlo M. Faienza - Bristol CT
Robert P. Isherwood - Avon CT
Assignee:
United Technologies Corporation - Hartford CT
International Classification:
B23K 3704
US Classification:
228 491
Abstract:
A fixture for positioning high density packaged integrated circuits for tinning which includes a clamp bar assembly pivotally attached to a base. The base includes recessed nests in which the high density packages are positioned. The high density packages are secured in the nests by the clamp bar assembly. The top surfaces of the high density packages are protected from the solder wave by the base. A predetermined spacing and orientation of the nests ensures proper tinning.

Connector Pin Lubricant Applicator

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US Patent:
52501159, Oct 5, 1993
Filed:
Oct 1, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/955227
Inventors:
Carlo M. Faienza - Bristol CT
Wayne J. Zadrick - Bristol CT
Richard M. Speziale - Winchester CT
Assignee:
United Technologies Corporation - Hartford CT
International Classification:
B05C 300
US Classification:
118429
Abstract:
A lubricant applicator system for electronic connector pins is designed to uniformly apply a lubricant to the pins to reduce the force necessary to install and extract a circuit board in the motherboard. The system includes a reservoir tank which supplies lubricant to a container into which electronic pins of an assembled connector are immersed, with holes disposed on the bottom surface of the container such that the lubricant enters the container via the holes and rises within the container to a certain height which is controlled by an elbow valve, thereby coating only a predetermined length of the electronic pins with lubricant.
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