Joseph R. Tippmann - Rapid City SD 57701 Vincent P. Tippmann - New Haven IN 46774
427203, 427204, 4274192
A method of providing a textured surface to the floor of a refrigerated storage enclosure. The steps include applying a layer of resinous material over the surface of the floor, the surface being formed of a hardened material, placing a single layer of sand on the layer of resinous material, and applying a layer of clear epoxy resin over the layer of sand. The layer of sand is evenly applied, and the layer of clear epoxy resin applied over the layer of sand is permitted to harden.
A steam generator boiler for generating steam is connected to a supply conduit for supplying water to the boiler with a supply valve for controlling the supply of water through the supply conduit. A heater supplies heat to the boiler for generating steam with a discharge conduit for discharging excess impure water therefrom. A metering device is operatively connected to the supply conduit for regulating the flow of water to the boiler by calculating the amount of water required based on wattage or BTU's generated by the heater. A pressure switch or thermostat is provided for operating the boiler and the supply valve on the supply conduit for supplying water to the boiler to permit water to be added every time the heater is energized. In addition, a heat exchanger is provided for receiving discharged heated water from the steam generator and preheating water supplied to the steam generator.
A lid for a container includes a side element extending from a front of the lid to a rear of the lid. A fulcrum point is formed at one end of the side element and is disposed adjacent to a rear of the lid. A rear surface of the lid includes a portion that projects upwardly and rearwardly to a furthermost rear point that is displaced rearwardly a predetermined distance relative to the fulcrum point. A counter-balance weight is positioned on the furthermost rear point of the lid. Wherein when the lid is raised, the weight of the lid and the counter-balance weight provide a force for raising the lid and to selectively maintain the lid in an open position. When the lid is lowered, the weight of the lid and the counter-balance weight provide a force for closing the lid.
Vincent P. Tippmann - Fort Wayne IN, US Joseph Tippmann - Fort Wayne IN, US
American Griddle Corporation - Fort Wayne IN
A griddle for cooking a food product includes an upper surface, a lower surface, a first side, a second side, a front side and a rear side. A serpentine passageway is formed on the lower surface. A collector tank is juxtaposed and secured directly in touching contact with the lower surface adjacent to the first side of the griddle and is in communication with the serpentine passageway. A boiler is juxtaposed and secured directly in touching contact with the lower surface adjacent to the second side of the griddle and is in communication with the serpentine passageway. Heat applied directly to at least one of the collector tank and the boiler for heating a fluid disposed therein and supplying the heated fluid to the serpentine passageway for providing heat for cooking a food product disposed on the upper surface of the griddle.
A handle for a container includes a retaining portion for securing between a mounting band and an outer peripheral surface of the container. A holding portion extends from the retaining portion. A gripping portion extends from the holding portion. Wherein positioning the mounting band relative to an outer peripheral surface of a container and wedging the mounting band relative thereto secures the retaining portion of the handle relative to the container and permits a user to hold the holding portion and grip the gripping portion during use of the handle.
A closure for a container includes a first surface having a front end, a rear end, a first side and a second side. A first sidewall extends a predetermined distance from said first side of said first surface. A second sidewall extends a predetermined distance from said second side of said first surface. At least one notch is formed in said first sidewall for engaging a shelf for selectively mounting the closure on the shelf during non-use of a container and for closing an opening in a top of a container when the container is positioned on the shelf.
Striped Glass And Method For Preventing Condensation
A top cover includes a display area formed in at least part of the top cover for permitting an individual to view a product disposed beneath the top cover. A plurality of individual reflective members are positioned on the display area. By applying heat to the individual reflective members the temperature of the display area is selectively increased for preventing the formation of moisture that tends to condense on the inside or the outside of the top cover. Thus, a consumer is enabled to view the product disposed beneath the top cover. The individual reflective members may be made of a dark color on a top surface with either a reflective lower surface or with a dark color on the lower surface. The reflective lower surface will prevent heat from being radiated while a dark lower surface will permit heat to be radiated.
A wearable food tray member for selectively positioning predetermined food and drink products thereon. The tray member includes a proximal end and a distal end. A first retaining member is selectively secured to the proximal end of the tray member. A second retaining member is selectively secured to the distal end of the tray member. The tray member is selectively positioned relative to a user in a substantially horizontal position by securing the first retaining member relative to a user's waist and by selectively positioning the second retaining member relative to a user's upper body.
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Vincent P. Tippmann President
Tippmann Refrigeration Construction · Industrial Building Construction
4410 New Hvn Ave, Fort Wayne, IN 46803 2604282570
Vincent P. Tippmann President
Thermodyne Food Service Products, Inc Mfg Service Industry Machinery Whol Commercial Equipment Mfg Household Cooking Equipment
4418 New Hvn Ave, Fort Wayne, IN 46803 2604282535, 2604282533