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Sept. 30, 2012
Nov. 5, 2013
Temperature Controls, namely, temperature controllers for controlling machinery; Pressure Controls, namely, electronic controllers for regulating pressure in appliances; Humidity Controls, namely, electronic controllers for regulating humidity in appliances; Time Controls, namely, timers; Liquid Level Electronic Controls, namely, electronic level switches; Electronic Process Controls, namely, microprocessor based controls for controlling Temperature, Pressure, Humidity, and Other Conditions; Electronic timers for foodservice application; Electronic Controls for Controlling Temperature, namely, temperature controllers for machinery; Electronic Controls for Controlling Time, namely, timers; Electronic Controls for Controlling Liquid Filling Devices; Electronic Controls for Commercial Cooking Equipment; Electronic Control Systems for Cooking Appliances; 021; 023; 026; 036; 038; 100; 101
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