American Eagle Instruments Inc. | Date: 2012-12-17
An electrical discharge irrigation device includes a power source to produce power of a first voltage, a circuit coupled to the power source to convert the power of the first voltage to power of a second voltage where the second voltage is higher than the first voltage, a trigger to activate the circuit, an igniter coupled to the circuit to produce a spike, an electrical charge storage component coupled to the igniter the electrical charge storage component becoming conductive and storing an electrical charge after receiving the spike, and an output tip. The output tip includes an electrode and insulating material as an outer layer.
American Eagle Instruments Inc. | Date: 2012-11-29
A device and method of using a device for photon-induced endodontic and periodontic applications includes a power source, a trigger coupled to the power source and circuit elements initiated by the trigger. The circuit elements include a timing circuit and a driver. A light source is coupled to the circuitry elements wherein and driver controls the period, cycle, and pulse generation of the light source to create photon induced acoustic waves. The optical assembly includes a fiber optic cable and an output tip and is coupled to the light source. This optical assembly refracts light from the light source and photon induced acoustic waves exit the output tip in a pre-determined pattern.
American Eagle Instruments Inc. | Date: 2013-09-20
An electrical discharge irrigation device and method is described. The device includes a power source to produce a first voltage, a circuit coupled to the power source to convert the first voltage to a second voltage, a discharge capacitor to receive the second voltage from the circuit, at least one of a transistor and a controlled rectifier coupled to the discharge capacitor to receive the second voltage, and an output tip. This output tip is coupled to the at least one of a transistor and a controlled rectifier and includes a first end and a second end and a longitudinal axis extending between them, an electrode located in an interior space of the output tip configured to receive an electrical charge from the at least one of a transistor and a controlled rectifier and to release an electric discharge, and a ground return. The ground return is an outside surface of the output tip and a space between the electrode and the ground return holds a conductive medium so that the conductive medium is in contact with the electrode and the ground return to produce the electric discharge.
American Eagle Instruments Inc. | Date: 2014-08-25
Dental hand instruments; namely, diagnostic, periodontal/hygiene, composite, operative and endodontic hand instruments; dental instrument sharpening stones; and dental and medical sterilization units.
Cheng Y.H.,American Eagle Instruments Inc. |
Browne T.,American Eagle Instruments Inc. |
Heckerman B.,American Eagle Instruments Inc.
Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A: Vacuum, Surfaces and Films | Year: 2010
Nanocrystalline TiCN coatings were deposited from Ti targets under the atmosphere of mixed N 2 and CH 4 gases using a novel large area filtered arc deposition technique at a temperature of 350 °C. The microstructure, crystalline structure, bonding structure, coating composition, hardness, modulus, plasticity, and adhesion of the deposited TiCN coatings were systematically characterized using optical microscopy, x-ray diffraction (XRD), x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, nanoindentation, Rockwell adhesion test, and scratch adhesion test, respectively. By adding 5% CH 4 gas into the chamber, only 2.31 at. % of C was incorporated into the TiN coating to form Ti-C bonds. However, XRD results show a drastic change in the preferred orientation of the TiN grains from strong (111) to strong (220) orientation, as well as a decrease in grain size. Nanoindentation tests indicate a significant increase in hardness and elastic modulus. The plasticity and toughness of the TiCN coatings are comparable to that of the TiN coatings. Adhesion tests show that the TiCN coatings possess excellent adhesion on both 316 and 440a stainless steel substrates. © 2010 American Vacuum Society. Source