William Henson has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Abstract: A mold form fryer utilizing a top conveyor that transports snack pieces through a constant velocity oil stream without the need of a bottom mating mold or conveyor. Herein, the form fryer is provided with a top conveyor disposed above a fryer oil pan positioned longitudinally through the fryer. Uncooked snack pieces are provided to the fryer oil pan by a bottom entrance conveyor. Snack pieces, once in oil within the fryer, meet with a top conveyor having convex molding surfaces with product-centering elements. At the exit portion of the fryer, a bottom exit conveyor receives the cooked snack pieces from the top conveyor. As no continuous bottom conveyor is utilized, the fryer oil pan may be provided with a reduced volume segment situated between the bottom entrance and exit conveyors.
August 13, 2004
January 27, 2005
William Henson, Harold McKay, Donald Tatsch
Abstract: In a multitasking data processing apparatus including means for executing processes and including a display adapter for executing functions supporting a display, the display adapter including a first port means for receiving, from the means for executing processes, requests to execute selected functions having a first execution priority, a second port means for concurrently receiving, from the means for executing processes, requests to execute selected functions having a second execution priority lower than the first execution priority, and means, coupled to the first and second port means, for executing selected functions according to the execution priority.
September 23, 1996
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July 28, 1998
International Business Machines Corporation
John Andrew Cook, Gregory Alan Flurry, Larry William Henson, Bruce Richard Wood
Abstract: The disclosure concerns a court for a ballgame. A vertical wall is upstanding from a horizontal player surface. An inclined wall extends forwardly of the vertical wall. At each side end of the inclined wall, two inclined generally triangularly shaped panels are provided, each turned more toward the opposite wall. Over the top of the court is an optional ceiling. At the sides of the court, are optional side walls. At the rear of the court may be an optional rear wall.