Arthur J Mirante

from New York, NY
Age ~78

Arthur Mirante Phones & Addresses

  • 522 76Th St, New York, NY 10021 (212) 744-1276
  • 530 76Th St, New York, NY 10021 (212) 744-1276
  • 405 E 54Th St #1R, New York, NY 10022 (212) 734-5444
  • 51 W 52Nd St, New York, NY 10019
  • 211 E 70Th St #9H, New York, NY 10021 (212) 841-5013
  • 1166 Avenue Of The Americas #27, New York, NY 10036
  • 215 68Th St, New York, NY 10021
  • Garden City, NY
  • 61 Hitchcock Ln, Old Westbury, NY 11568 (516) 997-4111 (516) 841-5013 (516) 997-9713
  • Westbury, NY
  • Glen Cove, NY


Company: Avison Young Address: 623 5Th Ave Fl 22, New York, NY 10022


School / High School: St John's University School of Law


Licence: New York - Currently registered Date: 1968

Professional Records

Lawyers & Attorneys

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Arthur J. Mirante, New York NY - Lawyer

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Avison Young
623 5Th Ave Fl 22, New York, NY 10022
(212) 729-1896 (Office)
New York - Currently registered 1968
St John's University School of Law



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Arthur Mirante

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United States

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Arthur J. Mirante
Cushman & Wakefield State Street, Inc
Real Estate Agent/Manager
51 W 52 St, New York, NY 10019
(212) 841-7500
Arthur Mirante
Branch Manager
Cushman & Wakefield of New Jersey, Inc
Real Estate Agency
100 Plz 1, Jersey City, NJ 07311
(201) 860-2047
Arthur Mirante
Mentoring U S A
Individual/Family Services Ret Books
113 E 13 St, New York, NY 10003


Us Patents

Closed Fluid Flow System For Producing Power

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US Patent:
43477054, Sep 7, 1982
Mar 17, 1980
Appl. No.:
Arthur J. Mirante - North Bergen NJ
International Classification:
F01K 2508
US Classification:
Closed fluid flow system and method for producing power from an extraneous heat source, in which a receiver is maintained with a volatile heat transfer fluid medium partly in the form of liquid and partly in the form of gas, to permit the pumping of liquid therefrom by a pump to an evaporator for evaporation to gas by means of the extraneous heat source, separating of any remaining liquid residue content from such gas, compressing of the separated gas to high compression gas, expanding of the high compression gas in a prime mover to produce power, and cooling and reliquifying of the separated liquid residue content for recycling to the pump, and furthermore to permit the removing of a refrigerating control portion of the liquid from the receiver for expanding and evaporating such control portion for cooling the contents of the receiver, removing of a compensating control portion of the gas from the receiver, and compressing of the expanded and evaporated liquid control portion and of the gas control portion to low compression gas, with condensing and cooling of both the expanded gas from the prime mover and the low compression gas for return as liquid to the receiver, and with optional compression of a supplemental portion of the gas from the receiver to form additional high compression gas, the removed control portions from the receiver being sufficient to maintain in the remaining contents of the receiver an adequately cooled quantity of liquid for pumping to the evaporator.
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