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William O Blumfelder

from Florissant, MO
Age ~79

William Blumfelder Phones & Addresses

  • 4350 Portland Manor Dr, Florissant, MO 63034 (314) 838-2844 (314) 838-7299
  • Saint Louis, MO
  • 4350 Portland Manor Dr, Florissant, MO 63034 (314) 258-3675

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Position: Service Occupations

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

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Systems And Methods For Residue Collection

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US Patent:
7073371, Jul 11, 2006
Filed:
May 9, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/125287
Inventors:
James J. Strohmeyer - Ballwin MO, US
William Blumfelder - Florissant MO, US
John Tehan - Chesterfield MO, US
Dennis Osterhorn - St. Louis MO, US
Joseph Matteoni - St. Charles MO, US
William J. Nelgner - St. Charles MO, US
Brian Lybarger - Granite City IL, US
David Schenken - St. Louis MO, US
James Wagy - Olivette MO, US
Assignee:
DRS Sustainment Systems, Inc. - St. Louis MO
International Classification:
G01N 1/22
B07C 1/04
US Classification:
73 2801, 73 3103, 7386433, 209606, 209655, 209659, 209663
Abstract:
Systems and methods for the detection of substances (particularly particulate substances) within mail pieces, specifically letters and other “flats” of mail. In particular, the systems and methods are for the detection of residues of Chemical or Biological Warfare Agents (CBWAs) which may be present within the mail pieces. The system is principally designed to be included as part of Dual Pass Rough Cull System (DPRCS) for the collection and detection of the residue when the contaminated mail piece first enters a mail facility and before it is intermingled with other mail pieces.

Systems And Methods For Residue Collection With Improved Letter Handling Capability

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US Patent:
7100422, Sep 5, 2006
Filed:
Sep 15, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/941273
Inventors:
James J. Strohmeyer - Ballwin MO, US
William Blumfelder - Florissant MO, US
John Tehan - Chesterfield MO, US
Dennis Osterhorn - St. Louis MO, US
Joseph Matteoni - St. Charles MO, US
William J. Nelgner - St. Charles MO, US
Brian Lybarger - Granite IL, US
David Schenken - St. Louis MO, US
James Wagy - Olivette MO, US
Assignee:
DRS Sustainment Systems, Inc. - St. Louis MO
International Classification:
G01N 1/22
B07C 1/04
US Classification:
73 2801, 7386371, 7386433
Abstract:
Systems and methods for the detection of substances (particularly particulate substances) within mail pieces, specifically letters and other “flats” of mail. In particular, the systems and methods are for the detection of residues of Chemical or Biological Warfare Agents (CBWAs) which may be present within the mail pieces. The system is principally designed to be included as part of Dual Pass Rough Cull System (DPRCS) for the collection and detection of the residue when the contaminated mail piece first enters a mail facility and before it is intermingled with other mail pieces. The system also utilizes aerosol chambers using at least two arrays of pinch rollers to provide for decreased incremental changes on mail pieces and decrease the likelihood of mail piece damage.

Systems And Methods For Residue Collection

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US Patent:
7114369, Oct 3, 2006
Filed:
May 9, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/124887
Inventors:
James J. Strohmeyer - Ballwin MO, US
William Blumfelder - Florissant MO, US
John Tehan - Chesterfield MO, US
Dennis Osterhorn - St. Louis MO, US
Joseph Matteoni - St. Charles MO, US
William J. Nelgner - St. Charles MO, US
Brian Lybarger - Granite City IL, US
David Schenken - St. Louis MO, US
James Wagy - Olivette MO, US
Assignee:
DRS Sustainment Systems, Inc. - St. Louis MO
International Classification:
G01N 1/22
B07C 1/04
B07C 1/10
B07C 1/12
B07C 1/16
B07C 5/04
US Classification:
73 2801, 73 3101, 7386433, 209606, 209655, 209659, 209663
Abstract:
Systems and methods for the detection of substances (particularly particulate substances) within mail pieces, specifically letters and other “flats” of mail. In particular, the systems and methods are for the detection of residues of Chemical or Biological Warfare Agents (CBWAs) which may be present within the mail pieces. The system is principally designed to be included as part of Dual Pass Rough Cull System (DPRCS) for the collection and detection of the residue when the contaminated mail piece first enters a mail facility and before it is intermingled with other mail pieces.

Systems And Methods For Residue Collection With Improved Letter Handling Capability

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US Patent:
7168293, Jan 30, 2007
Filed:
Nov 18, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/282740
Inventors:
James J. Strohmeyer - Ballwin MO, US
William Blumfelder - Florissant MO, US
John Tehan - Chesterfield MO, US
Dennis Osterhorn - St. Louis MO, US
Joseph Matteoni - St. Charles MO, US
William J. Nelgner - St. Charles MO, US
Brian Lybarger - Granite IL, US
David Schenken - St. Louis MO, US
James Wagy - Olivette MO, US
Assignee:
Engineered Support Systems, Inc. - St. Louis MO
International Classification:
G01N 1/22
B07C 1/04
B07C 1/10
B07C 1/12
B07C 1/16
B07C 5/04
US Classification:
73 2801, 73 3101, 7386433, 209606, 209655, 209659, 209663
Abstract:
Systems and methods for the detection of substances (particularly particulate substances) within mail pieces, specifically letters and other “flats” of mail. In particular, the systems and methods are for the detection of residues of Chemical or Biological Warfare Agents (CBWAs) which may be present within the mail pieces. The system is principally designed to be included as part of Dual Pass Rough Cull System (DPRCS) for the collection and detection of the residue when the contaminated mail piece first enters a mail facility and before it is intermingled with other mail pieces. The system also utilizes aerosol chambers using at least two arrays of pinch rollers to provide for decreased incremental changes on mail pieces and decrease the likelihood of mail piece damage.

Systems And Methods For Residue Collection With Improved Letter Handling Capability

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US Patent:
7178379, Feb 20, 2007
Filed:
Nov 18, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/282268
Inventors:
James J. Strohmeyer - Ballwin MO, US
William Blumfelder - Florissant MO, US
John Tehan - Chesterfield MO, US
Dennis Osterhorn - St. Louis MO, US
Joseph Matteoni - St. Charles MO, US
William J. Nelgner - St. Charles MO, US
Brian Lybarger - Granite IL, US
David Schenken - St. Louis MO, US
James Wagy - Olivette MO, US
Assignee:
Engineered Support Systems, Inc. - St. Louis MO
International Classification:
G01N 1/22
B07C 1/04
B07C 1/10
B07C 1/12
B07C 1/16
B07C 5/04
US Classification:
73 2801, 73 3103, 7386433, 209606, 209655, 209659, 209663
Abstract:
Systems and methods for the detection of substances (particularly particulate substances) within mail pieces, specifically letters and other “flats” of mail. In particular, the systems and methods are for the detection of residues of Chemical or Biological Warfare Agents (CBWAs) which may be present within the mail pieces. The system is principally designed to be included as part of Dual Pass Rough Cull System (DPRCS) for the collection and detection of the residue when the contaminated mail piece first enters a mail facility and before it is intermingled with other mail pieces. The system also utilizes aerosol chambers using at least two arrays of pinch rollers to provide for decreased incremental changes on mail pieces and decrease the likelihood of mail piece damage.

Systems And Methods For Residue Collection

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US Patent:
7316152, Jan 8, 2008
Filed:
Jul 11, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/456717
Inventors:
James J. Strohmeyer - Ballwin MO, US
William Blumfelder - Florissant MO, US
John Tehan - Chesterfield MO, US
Dennis Osterhorn - St. Louis MO, US
Joseph Matteoni - St. Charles MO, US
William J. Nelgner - St. Charles MO, US
Brian Lybarger - Granite City IL, US
David Schenken - St. Louis MO, US
James Wagy - Olivette MO, US
Assignee:
Engineered Support Systems, Inc. - St. Louis MO
International Classification:
G01N 1/22
B07C 1/04
US Classification:
73 2801, 73 3103, 7386433, 209606, 209655, 209659, 209663
Abstract:
Systems and methods for the detection of substances (particularly particulate substances) within mail pieces, specifically letters and other “flats” of mail. In particular, the systems and methods are for the detection of residues of Chemical or Biological Warfare Agents (CBWAs) which may be present within the mail pieces. The system is principally designed to be included as part of Dual Pass Rough Cull System (DPRCS) for the collection and detection of the residue when the contaminated mail piece first enters a mail facility and before it is intermingled with other mail pieces.

Systems And Methods For Residue Collection With Improved Letter Handling Capability

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US Patent:
7328603, Feb 12, 2008
Filed:
Jan 8, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/620926
Inventors:
James J. Strohmeyer - Ballwin MO, US
William Blumfelder - Florissant MO, US
John Tehan - Chesterfield MO, US
Dennis Osterhorn - St. Louis MO, US
Joseph Matteoni - St. Charles MO, US
William J. Nelgner - St. Charles MO, US
Brian Lybarger - Granite IL, US
David Schenken - St. Louis MO, US
James Wagy - Olivette MO, US
Assignee:
Engineered Support Systems, Inc. - St. Louis MO
International Classification:
G01N 1/22
B07C 1/04
B07C 1/10
B07C 1/12
B07C 1/16
B07C 5/04
US Classification:
73 2801, 73 3103, 7386433, 209606, 209655, 209659, 209663
Abstract:
Systems and methods for the detection of substances (particularly particulate substances) within mail pieces, specifically letters and other “flats” of mail. In particular, the systems and methods are for the detection of residues of Chemical or Biological Warfare Agents (CBWAs) which may be present within the mail pieces. The system is principally designed to be included as part of Dual Pass Rough Cull System (DPRCS) for the collection and detection of the residue when the contaminated mail piece first enters a mail facility and before it is intermingled with other mail pieces. The system also utilizes aerosol chambers using at least two arrays of pinch rollers to provide for decreased incremental changes on mail pieces and decrease the likelihood of mail piece damage.

Systems And Methods For Residue Collection

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US Patent:
7503204, Mar 17, 2009
Filed:
Dec 12, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/955019
Inventors:
James J. Strohmeyer - Ballwin MO, US
William Blumfelder - Florissant MO, US
John Tehan - Chesterfield MO, US
Dennis Osterhorn - St. Louis MO, US
Joseph Matteoni - St. Charles MO, US
William J. Nelgner - St. Charles MO, US
Brian Lybarger - Granite City IL, US
David Schenken - St. Louis MO, US
James Wagy - Olivette MO, US
Assignee:
DRS Sustainment Systems, Inc. - St. Louis MO
International Classification:
G01N 1/22
B07C 1/04
B07C 1/10
B07C 1/12
B07C 1/16
B07C 5/04
US Classification:
73 2801, 73 3103, 7386433, 209606, 209655, 209659, 209663
Abstract:
Systems and methods for the detection of substances (particularly particulate substances) within mail pieces, specifically letters and other “flats” of mail. In particular, the systems and methods are for the detection of residues of Chemical or Biological Warfare Agents (CBWAs) which may be present within the mail pieces. The system is principally designed to be included as part of Dual Pass Rough Cull System (DPRCS) for the collection and detection of the residue when the contaminated mail piece first enters a mail facility and before it is intermingled with other mail pieces.
William O Blumfelder from Florissant, MO, age ~79 Get Report