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George K Russell: Apparatus and method for fractionating air and other gaseous mixtures. Stanley Aviation Corporation, LeBlanc Nolan Shur & Nies, September 14, 1982: US04349357 (64 worldwide citation)

A heatless fractionating apparatus and method wherein a pressurized gaseous mixture, such as air, is alternately passed through first and second adsorbent beds for adsorbing at least a first component but not a second component of the gaseous mixture, and wherein each adsorbent bed is purged of the ...


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Ernest A Filippi: Coupling assembly. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Strauch Nolan Neale Nies & Kurz, February 22, 1977: US04008937 (55 worldwide citation)

A pipe or conduit coupling assembly having a pair of confronting, fluid-conveying members, a longitudinally split coupler removably circumferentially surrounding the fluid-conveying members to limit displacement of the fluid-conveying members away from each other, and at least one electrically condu ...


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Richard R Runkles, John A Dyer, Jack W Beyer: Conduit coupling device with redundancy features. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, November 21, 1989: US04881760 (42 worldwide citation)

A coupling assembly for connecting adjacent ends of conduits, primarily used for aircraft fuel lines having redundant locking features is provided. This coupling can be manipulated with one hand and includes a central tine and laterally spaced locking tines which engage a mating channel for locking ...


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Gordon A Valentine, Edwin J Gale: Spherical seat flexible O-ring coupling. Stanley Aviation Corporation, LeBlanc Nolan Shur & Nies, June 11, 1985: US04522433 (42 worldwide citation)

Flexible fluid couplings incorporating spherical seats which permit the interconnected pipe section to move axially and/or articulate relative to each other. O-ring seals in the coupling are protected against pressure induced extrusion. The center of articulation is located in a plane which passes c ...


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Gale Edwin J: Coupling assemblies. Stanley Aviation Corporation, December 4, 1973: US3776579 (42 worldwide citation)

A coupling assembly for interconnecting the adjacent ends of a pair of tubular members and comprising a pair of flange members respectively receiving and fixed to the adjacent ends of the tubular members, a pair of deformable seal rings seated in outwardly open grooves on the flange members, a sleev ...


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Clifton P Breay, Anthony Vaughan, Sara D Lopata: Conduit coupling assembly. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Sheridan Ross P C, April 19, 2005: US06880859 (35 worldwide citation)

A conduit coupling assembly is provided for interconnecting a pair of fluid conveying members placed in a confronting relationship within the coupling assembly. The coupling assembly includes a longitudinally split coupler having a pair of coupling halves rotatable about a hinge. A plurality of enga ...


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Gerald D Lilja, Frank Fowler, Robert F Hatch: Method of removing a fan section of a jet engine. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Fields and Johnson P C, February 16, 1999: US05870824 (32 worldwide citation)

A jet aircraft engine transport apparatus utilizes three major subcomponents. The first subcomponent is a shipping stand which enables a jet aircraft engine to be configured for transport in either a truck transport mode or air transport mode. The second subcomponent is a fan dolly which releasably ...


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Ronald A Rossway, Robert F Hatch, Behzad B Suroosh: Shipping system for jet aircraft engine and method of installing and removing jet aircraft engine. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Fields and Johnson P C, January 9, 2001: US06170141 (31 worldwide citation)

An aircraft engine shipping system includes a frame assembly for supporting the aircraft engine, and a cradle assembly mounted on the frame assembly for securing the aircraft engine to the frame assembly. The frame assembly includes shock absorbers to provide continual shock absorption to an aircraf ...


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John J Riley, Jerome E Opila: Spring loaded coupling with positive spring latch. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, February 23, 1993: US05188400 (29 worldwide citation)

A spring-loaded coupling device for releasably interconnecting confronting ends of first and second fluid carrying conduits is provided. A pair of symmetrical arcuate coupling halves are pivotally jointed together at first adjacent ends for circumferentially surrounding the conduit ends. A latch is ...


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Todd A Eyster, Albert B Olsen: Fluid conduit coupling. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Fields & Johnson P C, April 15, 1997: US05620210 (26 worldwide citation)

A coupling assembly for connecting adjacent ends of conduits, primarily used for aircraft fuel, water and oxygen lines having redundant locking features is provided. This coupling can be manipulated with one hand and includes laterally spaced locking tines which engage a mating channel for locking t ...



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