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  • Allentown, PA
  • Plains, PA
  • Plainview, NY
  • Indiana, PA
  • Phoenixville, PA
  • Lake Ariel, PA
  • Hudson, FL
  • Bellmore, NY

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Resumes

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Thomas Betts

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Location:
United States
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Thomas Betts Allentown, PA

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Work:
Armored Driver/Guard

Nov 2012 to 2000
Armored Driver

Zumiez
Whitehall Township, PA
Oct 2007 to Nov 2012
Store Manager

Fred Beans Nissan
Limerick, PA
Jul 2007 to Nov 2007
Parts driver

Shop Forman

Feb 2007 to Jun 2007
Lead Technician

Cochran Hyundai
Monroeville, PA
Jul 2006 to Feb 2007
Automotive Technician

Best Buy
Greensburg, PA
Mar 2006 to Jun 2006
Mobile Installation specialist

Taco Bell
Indiana, PA
Feb 2006 to Mar 2006
Manager

Circuit City
Hicksville, NY
Nov 2004 to Jul 2005
Mobile installation specialist

Radio Shack
Oyster Bay, NY
Oct 2003 to Nov 2004
Sales Associate

Education:
WyoTech
Blairsville, PA
2005 to 2006
Automotive Certificate in Automotive repair

New York Institute of Technology
Old Westbury, NY
2001 to 2005
BA in Business Management

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Thomas Betts Allentown, PA

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Work:
Armored Driver/Guard

Nov 2012 to 2000
Armored Driver

Zumiez
Whitehall Township, PA
Oct 2007 to Nov 2012
Store Manager

Fred Beans Nissan
Limerick, PA
Jul 2007 to Nov 2007
Parts driver

#1 Cochran- Quick Serve
Monroeville, PA
Feb 2007 to Jun 2007
Shop Foreman

#1 Cochran Hyundai
Monroeville, PA
Jul 2006 to Feb 2007
Automotive Technician

Best Buy
Greensburg, PA
Mar 2006 to Jun 2006
Mobile Installation specialist

Taco Bell
Indiana, PA
Feb 2006 to Mar 2006
Manager

Circuit City
Hicksville, NY
Nov 2004 to Jul 2005
Mobile installation specialist

Radio Shack
Oyster Bay, NY
Oct 2003 to Nov 2004
Sales Associate

Education:
WyoTech
Blairsville, PA
2005 to 2006
Certificate in Automotive Repair and Maintenance

New York Institute of Technology
Old Westbury, NY
2001 to 2005
Bachelor's in Business Management

Long Island Lutheran High
Brookville, NY
1998 to 2001
Diploma in General Studies

Skills:
MS Office
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Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Thomas William Betts
REAS, LLC
Thomas E. Betts
901 PEARSON CIRCLE CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION
Thomas Betts
BUILDERS FOR THE MASTER, INC

Publications

Us Patents

Automatic Splice Water Drip Nose Cone

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US Patent:
2013008, Apr 4, 2013
Filed:
Sep 28, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/630625
Inventors:
THOMAS & BETTS INTERNATIONAL, INC. - Wilmington DE,
Matthew D. Cawood - De Leon Springs FL,
Assignee:
THOMAS & BETTS INTERNATIONAL, INC. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
H02G 15/18
US Classification:
174 93
Abstract:
We disclose a device for preventing the intrusion of water or other liquids into the interior of an automatic splice. The device includes of a series of fingers that contact the cable stranding and wick water away from the cable and out of the connector. These fingers could be integrally molded into the cable cone or molded as a separate piece and inserted. They could also be constructed of any typical brush material such as metal, plastic, rubber, or fiber. The fingers could be arranged in a variety of configurations.

Explosion-Proof Electrical Fitting

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US Patent:
2013011, May 9, 2013
Filed:
Oct 23, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/658393
Inventors:
THOMAS & BETTS INTERNATIONAL, INC. - Wilmington DE,
Rasoul Shouri - Oolteway TN,
Assignee:
THOMAS & BETTS INTERNATIONAL, INC. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
H02G 15/04
US Classification:
174 77 R, 29876
Abstract:
A fitting, for terminating an electrical cable having two or more conductors, includes a substantially tubular body having a central bore configured to receive the electrical cable therethrough. A substantially tubular sealing sleeve is configured to engage a forward end of the body during assembly of the fitting to receive the two or more conductors of the electrical cable passing through the body. After receiving the two or more conductors, the sealing sleeve is configured to receive a sealing compound therein, such that the sealing compound flows between the two or more conductors during filling of the sealing sleeve. The sealing sleeve is formed of a transparent material to enable visible confirmation of sealing compound distribution and a determination that the sealing compound is free of voids or air bubbles.

Infrared Scanning Port

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US Patent:
2013011, May 16, 2013
Filed:
Nov 9, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/673621
Inventors:
Thomas & Betts International, Inc. - Wilmington DE,
Michael David VanStavern - Richmond VA,
Kristofor Lynn Redinger - Mechanicsville VA,
Christopher William Hackman - Henrico VA,
Richard F. Riczinger - Hanover VA,
Assignee:
THOMAS & BETTS INTERNATIONAL, INC. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
B23P 11/00
F16B 33/00
F16B 17/00
US Classification:
29464, 403345, 403376
Abstract:
We disclose a method for securing an infrared transmissive polymer to integrated panels, deadfronts, or transition plates, thus providing a reinforced polymer window through which the thermographer can scan an energized unit without being directly exposed to contact with internal components or having to remove said panels, deadfronts, or transition plates. We also disclose a device for securing the polymer consisting of a retention frame with half shear retainers that keep the polymer locked in place.

Curing System For Sealing An Electrical Fitting

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US Patent:
2013011, May 16, 2013
Filed:
Oct 23, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/658418
Inventors:
Thomas & Betts International, Inc. - Wilmington DE,
Assignee:
THOMAS & BETTS INTERNATIONAL, INC. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
H02G 15/04
H02G 1/00
US Classification:
174 77 R, 1563796, 1562755, 264494
Abstract:
A system for curing a sealing compound provided in an electrical fitting, includes a curing chamber for receiving at least a portion of the electrical fitting therein, wherein the electrical fitting received within the curing chamber comprises a body and a sealing sleeve configured to engage the forward end of the body during assembly of the fitting to receive the two or more conductors of an electrical cable passing through the body. The sealing sleeve is configured to receive an ultra-violet (UV)-curable sealing compound therein, such that the sealing compound flows between the two or more conductors during filling of the sealing sleeve. The system further includes a plurality of UV light sources configured to provide UV light into the curing chamber to cure the UV-curable sealing compound and to initiate curing of the UV-curable sealing compound in the sealing sleeve.

Disconnect Device

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US Patent:
2013017, Jul 11, 2013
Filed:
Dec 12, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/711726
Inventors:
Thomas & Betts International, Inc. - Wilmington DE,
James L. Zahnen - Ormond Beach FL,
Matthew D. Cawood - Deleon Springs FL,
Assignee:
Thomas & Betts International, Inc. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
F16B 7/18
B23P 11/00
US Classification:
29525, 403343
Abstract:
A disconnect assembly includes a head coupler portion and a tool coupler portion. The head coupler portion includes: a threaded portion on a first part of an exterior surface to connect to a wedge frame, a longitudinal bore, a rod configured to slide longitudinally within the longitudinal bore, and a set of annular protrusions on a second part of the exterior surface. The tool coupler portion includes: a threaded bore configured to mechanically attach the tool coupler portion to the tool, and a channel to receive a head coupler portion. The channel includes a set of grooves corresponding to the set of annular protrusions on the head coupler portion. When the head coupler portion is connected to the tool coupler portion, a ram from the hydraulic tool engages the rod to apply force to an object in the wedge frame.

Knockout For Electrical Box

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US Patent:
2013017, Jul 11, 2013
Filed:
Nov 5, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/668423
Inventors:
Thomas & Betts International, Inc. - Wilmington DE,
Andre Goyette - St-Jean-sur-Richelieu,
Daniel Lalancette - St-Jean-sur-Richelieu,
Marc-Antoine Veillette - Ange-Gardien,
Assignee:
THOMAS & BETTS INTERNATIONAL, INC. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
H02G 3/18
US Classification:
174666
Abstract:
A knockout structure for a wall of an electrical box includes a cutout that penetrates through the thickness of the wall to form a knockout on an interior of the cutout along a substantial perimeter of the knockout. The knockout structure also includes a first bridge section interrupting continuity of the cutout and maintaining a connection between the wall and the knockout. The knockout structure further includes a second bridge section interrupting continuity of the cutout and maintaining a connection between the wall and the knockout, the second bridge section being different than the first bridge section and on a same half of the perimeter of the knockout.

Strut-Channel Nut

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US Patent:
2013017, Jul 11, 2013
Filed:
Jan 10, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/738600
Inventors:
THOMAS & BETTS INTERNATIONAL, INC. - Wilmington DE,
Roger Pyron - Arlington TN,
Assignee:
THOMAS & BETTS INTERNATIONAL, INC. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
F16B 37/00
US Classification:
411172
Abstract:
A nut for a channel of a strut is disclosed. In one embodiment, the length of the nut is greater than the width of the nut. In one embodiment, the first end surface of the nut meets the first side surface at a first rounded corner, and the second end surface meets the second side surface of the nut at a second rounded corner (opposite the first rounded corner). In one embodiment, the first side surface includes a first protrusion at a third corner adjacent the first rounded corner and the second side surface includes a second protrusion at a fourth corner adjacent the second rounded corner. In one embodiment, the first rounded corner and the second rounded corner allow the nut to be rotated in a channel of a strut. In one embodiment, the third corner and the fourth corner disallow further rotation in the channel of the strut.

Revolving Grounding Lug

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US Patent:
2013018, Jul 25, 2013
Filed:
Dec 17, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/716459
Inventors:
Thomas & Betts International, Inc. - Wilmington DE,
Roger Pyron - Arlington TN,
Assignee:
THOMAS & BETTS INTERNATIONAL, INC. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
H01R 4/30
US Classification:
439100
Abstract:
A grounding lug for an electrical conduit fitting includes a support ring sized to slide over a threaded portion of a conduit fitting body and a conductor securing portion having a channel to receive an externally-mounted conducting wire. The grounding lug also includes an extension arm configured to secure the support ring to the conductor securing portion, and a sealing ring, secured along an inside diameter of the support ring. The sealing ring is configured to form a seal between the support ring and the conduit fitting body. The grounding lug is configured to be freely rotated around the threaded portion of the conduit fitting body to position the conductor securing portion in a desired orientation after partial installation of the electrical conduit fitting.
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