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Charles J Mills, Steven E Tracy: Aircraft engine lifting and positioning apparatus. The Boeing Company, Aero Go, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, July 24, 1984: US04461455 (53 worldwide citation)

A lifting and positioning apparatus particularly suited for use in the installation of wing-mounted airplane engines includes superposed upper and lower load-bearing support platforms that are connected to one another by means of a jack mechanism operable to raise and lower the upper platform while ...


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Kenneth G Wood: Fluid bearing track device. Aero Go Engineering & Development Co, Christensen O Connor Garrison & Havelka, April 13, 1976: US03950038 (17 worldwide citation)

A combination of a fluid bearing having the capability of lifting large loads off of a smooth surface so that they may be easily moved, with a track device having a transversely ribbed continuous belt, the belt being supported by two rollers. The fluid bearings are so situated on supporting elements ...


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Crowley Walter A: Hop-free fluid bearing of spandrel inflated flexible type. Aero Go, November 9, 1971: US3618694 (9 worldwide citation)

An improved hop-free fluid bearing is disclosed of the flexible type wherein the opposing wall of the flexible annular body is interconnected with the backing member radially outwardly from the inner peripheral edge of the body, and the fluid is discharged into the spandrellike space formed therebet ...


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Fitzcharles Michael, Maitland John: Improvements relating to scaffolding. Aero Go, Higgs And Hill, January 29, 1986: GB2162229-A (2 worldwide citation)

An adaptor for use with a free standing scaffold unit comprises a support structure 1 which may be positioned under, and engage with, a main element of the scaffold unit so as to take the weight of the unit or a part thereof. The structure 1 defines a cavity with the ground surface into which an air ...


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Improvements in or relating to fluid cushion load-supporting devices. Aero Go, June 26, 1970: FR2019197-A1

1,263,770. Fluid cushion load pallet. AEROGO Inc. 30 Sept., 1969 [30 Sept., 1968], No. 48000/69. Heading B7K. A fluid cushion load pallet 1 comprises a rigid backing member 4, upper and lower annular flexible wall portions 19, 21, Fig. 4, forming a hollow annular body inflatable to form a torus 17, ...


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Fluid-cushion load-supporting devices. Aero Go, February 21, 1973: GB1307719-A

1307719 Air cushion vehicles AERO-GO Inc 15 March 1971 6914/71 Heading B7K A fluid cushion load pallet comprises a rigid backing member or load platform 14, upper and lower annular flexible wall portions 4, 6, forming a hollow annular body inflated to form a torus a part of wall portion 4 being flui ...


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Fluid bearing track devices. Aero Go, May 7, 1975: GB1393474-A

1393474 Fluid bearing track devices AERO-GO Inc 12 June 1973 [12 June 1972] 27939/73 Heading B8B A fluid bearing track device for moving heavy loads on a cushion of air over a non- smooth surface comprises an endless, transversely ribbed belt 25 trained round rollers 19, 20 supported by member 30 wi ...


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Improvements in or relating to fluid cushion load-supporting devices. Aero Go, February 16, 1972: GB1263770-A

1,263,770. Fluid cushion load pallet. AEROGO Inc. 30 Sept., 1969 [30 Sept., 1968], No. 48000/69. Heading B7K. A fluid cushion load pallet 1 comprises a rigid backing member 4, upper and lower annular flexible wall portions 19, 21, Fig. 4, forming a hollow annular body inflatable to form a torus 17, ...