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Kenneth C Emmerich

age ~36

from Lexington, KY

Also known as:
  • Kenneth Emmerich
  • Lindsay Emmerich
  • Charles Emmerich
  • Jrkenneth Emmerich
  • Ken Emmerich
  • Lindsay Muzic
  • Kenneth Emmerick
1009 Moylan Ln, Lexington, KY 40514859-2241193

Kenneth Emmerich Phones & Addresses

  • 1009 Moylan Ln, Lexington, KY 40514 • 859-2241193 • 859-2244243
  • 2470 Tulsa Rd, Lexington, KY 40503 • 859-2786601
  • Blue, AZ
  • Nicholasville, KY

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Mr. Kenneth Emmerich
Owner
Seal-Tek
Seal Tech. Seal Tek. Seal-Tech
Roofing Contractors
1009 Moylan Ln, Lexington, KY 40514
859-2244243
Kenneth Emmerich
Engr Mgr
Fansteel Inc
Mfg Machine Tool Accessories Management Consulting Services
203 Lisle Industrial Ave, Lexington, KY 40511
PO Box 11399, Lexington, KY 40575
Kenneth Emmerich
Director of Engineering
Wise Recycling, LLC
Refuse System
203 Lisle Industrial Ave, Lexington, KY 40511
103 Caminito Alegre, Corrales, NM 87048
859-2816227

Us Patents

  • Roof Drill System

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  • US Patent:
    46321950, Dec 30, 1986
  • Filed:
    Jun 3, 1985
  • Appl. No.:
    6/740574
  • Inventors:
    Kenneth C. Emmerich - Lexington KY
  • Assignee:
    Fansteel Inc. - Chicago IL
  • International Classification:
    E21B 1700
  • US Classification:
    175320
  • Abstract:
    An automatic drive lock drill system for roof drilling with a bit and drill steel components which are assembled axially one by one in telescoping relationship when the acircular drive shank on one part is inserted into an acircular recess in an adjacent part. The drive shank on each component has a series of radial lobes on the corners of the acircular part which are spaced at a set location from the end of the shank and will fit into the recess grooves and undercut ribs of the adjoining part and when rotated in either drive or reverse direction, each lobe of each male shank will automatically interlock on an axial plane, when rotated from an insertion orientation to a drive orientation.
  • Mining Tool

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  • US Patent:
    40266052, May 31, 1977
  • Filed:
    Jan 6, 1976
  • Appl. No.:
    5/646905
  • Inventors:
    Kenneth C. Emmerich - Lexington KY
  • Assignee:
    Fansteel Inc. - N. Chicago IL
  • International Classification:
    E21C 1300
  • US Classification:
    299 92
  • Abstract:
    An improvement in mining tools of the rotary and replaceable type which includes a retainer in the form of a double ball spring detent to provide axial retention, easy removability, and to permit ready rotation of the tool in a collet while preventing the build up and impaction of dust which will inhibit rotation or removal.
  • Unitized Drill Steel And Method Of Manufacturing

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  • US Patent:
    44538545, Jun 12, 1984
  • Filed:
    Feb 22, 1983
  • Appl. No.:
    6/468085
  • Inventors:
    Kenneth C. Emmerich - Lexington KY
  • Assignee:
    Fansteel Inc. - North Chicago IL
  • International Classification:
    B21D 3900
    B23P 1100
  • US Classification:
    29520
  • Abstract:
    A drill steel and method of making a drill steel with an insert which provides a male insertion segment to form a joint with the female end of a drill steel. The insert is formed with a reduced end having an annular lip and can be utilized in a die forming process which forms the end of a drill steel around the insert in a one-step forming operation while at the same time enlarging the drill steel end to form a shoulder abutment.
  • Roof Drill Bit With Hexagonal Body Portion

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  • US Patent:
    41901282, Feb 26, 1980
  • Filed:
    Dec 21, 1978
  • Appl. No.:
    5/971844
  • Inventors:
    Kenneth C. Emmerich - Lexington KY
  • Assignee:
    Fansteel Inc. - North Chicago IL
  • International Classification:
    E21C 1300
  • US Classification:
    175410
  • Abstract:
    An improved drill bit for the mining field for use as a roof drill, tunnel drill, rock boring and highway construction, both as a rotary and a rotary percussion drill, which includes a drill head with a diametrical slot positioning a brazed cutting blade, the head having a male drive shank to interfit with a female driver tube and having a maximum axial passage in the driver shank which opens to large fluid passages leading to chip slash openings in opposed quadrants of the drill bit. The drill head position has a hexagonal base portion above the drive shank with circular guiding portions in opposed quadrants adjacent the chip slash quadrant pockets.
  • Roof Drill And Drill Rod System

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  • US Patent:
    42068215, Jun 10, 1980
  • Filed:
    Sep 8, 1978
  • Appl. No.:
    5/940709
  • Inventors:
    Kenneth C. Emmerich - Lexington KY
  • Assignee:
    Fansteel Inc. - North Chicago IL
  • International Classification:
    E21C 1500
  • US Classification:
    175321
  • Abstract:
    An improved roof drill bit and roof drill driving assembly which is characterized as a "hands off" type in which the drill, driver, and drill extension are designed and assembled to have a stability which enables the operator to avoid guiding the drill with his hands. An improved drill bit prevents plugging of the assembly when used with suction systems and provides a heavier wall construction. Special adaptors are provided for driving drills and drill extensions.
  • Mining Tool Retainer

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  • US Patent:
    47639563, Aug 16, 1988
  • Filed:
    Jan 16, 1987
  • Appl. No.:
    7/003791
  • Inventors:
    Kenneth C. Emmerich - Lexington KY
  • Assignee:
    Fansteel Inc. - North Chicago IL
  • International Classification:
    E21C 2512
  • US Classification:
    299 86
  • Abstract:
    A retainer for a mining or construction bit which bit is carried in the bore of a mounting block and which has an annular groove forming a neck at the protruding end to receive a retainer. The retainer is a split collar which snaps over the neck of the mounting portion of the bit. The collar, either a molded ring or a spring steel member, has opposed curved axial projections which are dimensioned to fit into and be retained in the bore of the mounting block during the functioning of the bit in operation.
  • Mining Bit Preload Retainer

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  • US Patent:
    49520016, Aug 28, 1990
  • Filed:
    May 31, 1989
  • Appl. No.:
    7/359844
  • Inventors:
    Kenneth C. Emmerich - Lexington KY
  • Assignee:
    Fansteel Inc. - North Chicago IL
  • International Classification:
    F21C 3518
  • US Classification:
    299 92
  • Abstract:
    A preload retainer in combination with a mining or construction bit having a shank carried in the bore of a mounting block. The retainer is a split resilient collar which snaps over a reduced neck in a tool shank and is tapered on one side to cam into a reduced diameter around the neck of the shank to pass through the bore of the mounting block. Upon reaching the operative position, the retainer expands to provide a positive lock for the bit shank. In one embodiment the retainer can be extracted by a suitable tool. In a block bore with an internal groove, the retainer expands into the groove. A hollow plug closes the inner end of the bore and serves to cam the retainer into the reduced diameter to permit removal of the shank.
  • Drill Bit And Steel Combination For Improved Fluid Flow

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  • US Patent:
    41901258, Feb 26, 1980
  • Filed:
    Nov 9, 1977
  • Appl. No.:
    5/849995
  • Inventors:
    Kenneth C. Emmerich - Lexington KY
    Ralston L. Hamlin - Lexington KY
  • Assignee:
    Fansteel Inc. - North Chicago IL
  • International Classification:
    E21C 1310
    E21C 1500
  • US Classification:
    175410
  • Abstract:
    An improved roof drill bit for use in mining operations in which a carbide insert is diametrically located in a cylindrical body and held on axial prongs in diametrically opposed quadrants of the body by a brazed connection; diverging axial holes for coolant are positioned in said prongs to open at the trailing side of the cutting edges of the carbide insert to flood the edges with coolant liquid and flush cuttings into the other quadrants. The coolant passages also pass near the brazed face of the insert to cool the body in this area and minimize softening of the braze. The bit shank and driving steel have cooperating axial grooves forming a passage for the coolant liquid to the bit body. The driving steel and bit body also have aligned chordal sides providing a passage for flushing drilling chips and fines toward the mouth of the hole.

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Lakeland High School, Min...

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Graduates:
Martha Fashingbauer (1976-1980),
Cindy Pondel (1971-1975),
Mary Jo Mauser (1970-1974),
Ken Emmerich (1980-1984),
Richard Scheide (1980-1984)

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