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Rau Blase C, Buday John M, Feddersen Donald W, Markowski Everett L: Container. Air Cargo Equipment Corporation, August 10, 1971: US3598273 (28 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a container adapted to be carried in an airplane and used to transport either cargo or baggage, the container comprising a plurality of panels, a plurality of frame members removably interconnecting the panels, each of the panels including a pair of spaced-apart sheet metal walls ...


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Chester L Byrd: Baggage handling and storage system. Air Cargo Equipment Corporation, William S Dorman, August 12, 1980: US04216927 (28 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for handling and storing baggage or cargo within an aircraft fuselage including a fuselage door and a plurality of storage platforms with each platform consisting of a flat rectangular base and two upwardly extending side walls closely juxataposed to the shape of the fuselage. The platf ...


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Feddersen Donald W, Markowski Everett L: Cargo container. Air Cargo Equipment Corporation, June 27, 1972: US3672529 (23 worldwide citation)

A container for transporting goods by airplane comprises a top wall, a bottom wall, and a pair of opposed side walls all bounded by rigid framework and cooperating to define a pair of openings which are respectively closed by stowable door structures, each of the door structures including a pair of ...


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Solomon M Fingerhut, Richard L Fingerhut: Explosion resistant aircraft cargo container. Air Cargo Equipment Corporation, O&apos Melveny & Myers, August 20, 2002: US06435363 (8 worldwide citation)

The explosion resistant cargo container includes a frame including a main section and an angled projecting section, and is formed from a plurality of support members. The frame is covered with one or more explosion resistant sheets to form the explosion resistant side panels. The explosion resistant ...


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Ariel Neustadt: Single-point tensioning door system for containers. Air Cargo Equipment Corporation, Pretty Schroeder & Poplawski, September 16, 1997: US05667002 (5 worldwide citation)

A door for a container having a door frame with top, sides and bottom, the door having a flexible door panel with a top, sides and a bottom, with an arrangement for attaching the door panel top to the door frame top. Pulleys are attached to the door frame at the four corners of the frame. Three cabl ...


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Dale F Weiss, Ariel Neustadt: Cargo container apparatus with thermally expanding panels. Air Cargo Equipment Corporation, Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, May 8, 1990: US04923076 (4 worldwide citation)

A cargo container apparatus constructed of panels joined to a rigid framework so as to allow quick assembly and replacement of damaged panels without the use of conventional fasteners. In addition, the panels can undergo unrestricted expansion and contraction thereby allowing polycarbonate panels to ...



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