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William R Stuchlik

age ~67

from Rogers, AR

Also known as:
  • William Stuchlik
  • Bill Stuchlik
  • William Stucklik
  • Wm Stuchlik
  • William E
512 34Th St, Rogers, AR 727564796317224

William Stuchlik Phones & Addresses

  • 512 34Th St, Rogers, AR 72756 • 4796317224
  • Plymouth, MN
  • Emporia, KS
  • Wichita, KS

Work

  • Company:
    Nilfik-advance
    Jul 1998
  • Position:
    Project engineer

Education

  • School / High School:
    Wichita University- Wichita, KS
    1975
  • Specialities:
    BSME in Mechanical Engineering

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Us Patents

  • Brush Head Positioning System

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  • US Patent:
    6493896, Dec 17, 2002
  • Filed:
    Jul 21, 2000
  • Appl. No.:
    09/621034
  • Inventors:
    William Stuchlik - Springdale AR
    Lenard Deiterman - Springdale AR
    Marvin Curtis - Springdale AR
    Gerald Courtney - Springdale AR
    James Keazer - Springdale AR
  • Assignee:
    Alto U.S. Inc. - Chesterfield MO
  • International Classification:
    A47L 1116
  • US Classification:
    15 491, 15 98
  • Abstract:
    An apparatus for use on a surface and responsive to an operator. A head assembly is adapted to carry a device for engaging the surface. An actuator raises and lowers the head assembly relative to the surface. A position control responsive to operator input indicates a head position of the device relative to the surface or range of head positions of the device relative to the surface. The head position or the range of head positions indicates a distance or range of distances, respectively, between the device and the surface. A controller responsive to the position control selectively actuates the actuator to maintain the device in the head position or within the range of head positions as indicated by the position control. As a result, a repeatable position or range of positions of the brush head is obtained, the relative engagement between the head assembly and surface is controlled and the treatment of the surface by the head assembly is controlled. Position control may be used in combination with torque control of motors driving brushes for engaging the surface.
  • Squeegee Assembly For A Floor Surface Treatment Apparatus

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  • US Patent:
    6557207, May 6, 2003
  • Filed:
    Aug 21, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/934317
  • Inventors:
    William R. Stuchlik - Springdale AR
  • Assignee:
    Alto U.S. Inc. - Chesterfield MO
  • International Classification:
    A47L 900
  • US Classification:
    15401, 15320, 15 501, 15 98
  • Abstract:
    A squeegee assembly of a floor surface treatment apparatus has an elongate frame member and a flange depending therefrom intermediate opposite ends of the frame member. A front squeegee blade, a spacer and a rear squeegee blade are arranged with the front squeegee blade nearer the flange than the rear squeegee blade and the spacer disposed intermediate the front and rear squeegee blades. A single clamping band abuts against the rear squeegee blade and has a quick-release mechanism selectively operable between an unclamped configuration and a clamped configuration in which the clamping band is releasably secured to the frame member and generally clamps the rear squeegee blade, the spacer and the front squeegee blade between the clamping band and the flange of the frame member. The rear blade extends lengthwise outward beyond the ends of the frame member.
  • Apparatus For Treating A Floor Surface Utilizing A Handle Mounted Traverse Switch

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  • US Patent:
    6760947, Jul 13, 2004
  • Filed:
    Aug 21, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/934141
  • Inventors:
    William R. Stuchlik - Rogers AR
  • Assignee:
    Alto U.S. Inc. - Chesterfield MO
  • International Classification:
    A47L 932
  • US Classification:
    15 491, 15 502, 15 791, 15 98, 15410
  • Abstract:
    Apparatus for treating a floor surface includes a wheeled vehicle having a floor surface treating unit, a drive motor operable to propel the wheeled vehicle and a control system for controlling operation of the apparatus. A handle is mounted on the wheeled vehicle and has a traverse switch unit for selectively operating the apparatus between a traverse mode in which the vehicle is propelled by the drive motor to move relative to the floor surface and an idle mode in which the drive motor is ineffective to propel the vehicle. The traverse switch unit is mounted on the handle such that the traverse switch unit is accessible for movement by the operator toward the first position of the traverse switch unit corresponding to the traverse mode of the apparatus without the operator having to generally release the handle.
  • Apparatus For Treating A Floor Surface

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  • US Patent:
    6763544, Jul 20, 2004
  • Filed:
    Aug 21, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/934146
  • Inventors:
    William R. Stuchlik - Springdale AR
  • Assignee:
    Alto US, Inc. - Chesterfield MO
  • International Classification:
    A47L 11293
  • US Classification:
    15 501, 15320, 153402, 153404, 15 491, 15 792
  • Abstract:
    Apparatus for treating the surface of a floor includes a wheeled vehicle having a generally central vertical longitudinal plane. A lift unit is mounted on the wheeled vehicle and is capable of up and down movement in the central vertical longitudinal plane of the vehicle. A floor surface treating unit is carried by the lift unit generally underneath the lift unit and has an elongate head. The head has a pivotal connection with the lift unit for rotation of the head on a generally vertical pivot axis in the plane and generally at the center of length of the head for rotation of the head on the pivot axis to different angular positions with respect to the plane of the wheeled vehicle. A locking mechanism associated with the lift unit and the floor surface treating unit releasably locks the head in a selected angular position.
  • Floor Cleaning Machine

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  • US Patent:
    7185397, Mar 6, 2007
  • Filed:
    Apr 9, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    10/709064
  • Inventors:
    William R. Stuchlik - Rogers AR,
    Leonard W. Rowan - Westville OK,
    William J. Bukowski - Scottsdale AZ,
  • Assignee:
    Alto U.S. Inc. - Springdale AR
  • International Classification:
    A47L 11/283
  • US Classification:
    15401, 15 98, 15320
  • Abstract:
    A floor cleaning machine is provided with at least two movable squeegees to provide coverage of the liquid applied to the floor in a path with the squeegees extending beyond the outer perimeter sides of the liquid path both during straight ahead movement and during turning maneuvers. The squeegee assemblies are carried by a chassis. A floor scrubbing device is provided to apply liquid to the floor and to mix dirt on the floor with the applied liquid. A liquid pickup device is also provided to remove the applied liquid from the floor at a position adjacent to each of the squeegee assemblies.
  • Brush Head Positioning System

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  • US Patent:
    RE39581, Apr 24, 2007
  • Filed:
    Oct 10, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/684324
  • Inventors:
    William Stuchlik - Springdale AR,
    Lenard Deiterman - Springdale AR,
    Marvin Curtis - Springdale AR,
    Gerald Courtney - Springdale AR,
    James Keazer - Springdale AR,
  • Assignee:
    Alto U.S., Inc. - Chesterfield MO
  • International Classification:
    A47L 11/16
    A47L 11/283
  • US Classification:
    15 491, 15 98
  • Abstract:
    An apparatus for use on comprising a vehicle adapted to move across a surface and responsive to an operator. A head assembly connected to a support on the vehicle is adapted to carry a device for engaging the surface. An actuator on the vehicle raises and lowers the head assembly support relative to the surface. A position control responsive to operator input indicates a head position of the device relative to the surface or range of head positions of the device head assembly relative to the surface support. The head position or the range of head positions indicates a distance or range of distances, respectively, between the device and the surface. A controller responsive to the position control selectively actuates the actuator or maintain the device head assembly in the head position or within the range of head positions as indicated by the position control. As a result, a repeatable position or range of positions of the brush head assembly is obtained, the relative engagement between the head assembly and surface is controlled and the treatment of the surface by the head assembly is controlled. Position control may be used in combination with torque control of motors driving brushes for engaging the surface.
  • Random Orbit Disc Scrubber

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  • US Patent:
    20120118319, May 17, 2012
  • Filed:
    Nov 8, 2011
  • Appl. No.:
    13/291510
  • Inventors:
    William Randall Stuchlik - Plymouth MN,
    Donald Joseph Legatt - St. Michael MN,
  • International Classification:
    A47L 11/283
    A47L 11/00
    A47L 11/30
  • US Classification:
    134 6, 15 4, 15364
  • Abstract:
    A random orbit scrubber comprises a main body having a front end and a rear end, a squeegee assembly coupled to the rear end of the main body, and a cleaning head assembly coupled to the front end of the main body. The cleaning head assembly can include a cleaning element structured for contact with a floor surface. The cleaning head assembly can further include a motor that is operable to impart rotational and orbital movement on the cleaning element.
  • Gun Powered By Either Compressed Gas Cartridge Or Hand-Pumped Air

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  • US Patent:
    53638344, Nov 15, 1994
  • Filed:
    Mar 30, 1993
  • Appl. No.:
    8/039994
  • Inventors:
    William R. Stuchlik - Rogers AR
  • Assignee:
    Daisy Manufacturing Company, Inc. - Rogers AR
  • International Classification:
    F41B 1106
    F41B 1126
    F41B 1128
    F41B 1132
  • US Classification:
    124 76
  • Abstract:
    A gun having a first mode of operation for propelling the projectile by compressed gas contained within a cartridge and a second mode of operation for propelling the projectile by air compressed by a self contained pumping mechanism. A switching system is provided for switching between the first and second modes. The switching system includes a valve having a first position corresponding to the first mode of operation and a second position corresponding to the second mode of operation. The first position allows compressed gas from the cartridge to propel the projectile and the second position prevents compressed gas from the cartridge from propelling the projectile and allows the projectile to be propelled by compressed air from the pumping mechanism. A switch member is provided for positioning the valve in the first and second positions. The switch member is capable of being actuated by the gun operator to switch the gun between the first and second modes.

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William Stuchlik Plymouth, MN

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Work:
Nilfik-Advance

Jul 1998 to 2000
Project Engineer
Daisy Manufacturing Company
Rogers, AR
May 1986 to Jun 1998
Project Engineer
Didde Graphic Systems
Emporia, KS
Feb 1982 to May 1986
Product Engineer
Coleman Company, Inc.
Wichita, KS
1977 to 1982
Master Automatic Screw Machine Operator
Education:
Wichita University
Wichita, KS
1975 to 1982
BSME in Mechanical Engineering

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