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Robert F Hatch, Ronald A Rossway, William J Campion Jr: Shipping frame for fan section of aircraft engine. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Fields and Johnson P C, December 14, 1999: US06000903 (16 worldwide citation)

A fan shipping frame includes a frame assembly for supporting a loaded fan section of a jet aircraft engine. A plurality of caster assemblies attached to the shipping frame provide locomotive capability and adjustable height positioning so that a loaded fan section may be transferred onto the approp ...


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Gerald D Lilja, Frank Fowler, Robert F Hatch: Jet aircraft engine shipping stand. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Fields & Johnson P C, March 3, 1998: US05722512 (16 worldwide citation)

The shipping stand includes a cradle assembly mounted upon a frame assembly to which a jet aircraft is securable. The frame assembly includes a plurality of wheels for locomotive capability. A plurality of shock absorbers are operatively engaged between the cradle assembly and frame assembly to prov ...


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Gordon A Valentine, Edwin J Gale: Remotely-operable ball joint connector. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Nies Webner Kurz & Bergert, December 2, 1986: US04625999 (16 worldwide citation)

A remotely-operable connector comprising a pair of female end fittings, each adapted to be permanently fixed one to each of a pair of pipes to be coupled together, and a jumper assembly having a jumper pipe terminating at opposite ends in male end fittings which are received one in each of the femal ...


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Clifton P Breay: Self-locking self-bonding rigid coupling. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Sheridan Ross PC, May 29, 2007: US07222889 (14 worldwide citation)

A coupling assembly is provided for releasably interconnecting confronting ends of conduit members. The coupling assembly creates a self-locking, and self-bonding connection wherein locking and unlocking is achieved by a predetermined amount of rotation of a lock nut group with respect to a stationa ...


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Gerald D Lilja, Frank Fowler, Robert F Hatch: Shipping frame from fan section of aircraft engine. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Fields & Johnson P C, July 8, 1997: US05645389 (11 worldwide citation)

A fan shipping frame includes a frame assembly for supporting a loaded fan section of a jet aircraft engine. A plurality of caster assemblies attached to the shipping frame provide locomotive capability and adjustable height positioning so that a loaded fan section may be transferred onto the approp ...


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Edwin J Gale: Metal seal ball joint coupling assembly. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, November 3, 1992: US05160176 (11 worldwide citation)

In accordance with this invention, an adjustable coupling device for releasably interconnecting confronting ends of first and second fluid carrying conduits is provided. A bell flange is attached to the confronting end of one of the conduits. This bell flange has an arcuate internal sealing surface ...


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Hans Simon Johansen: Towing head. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Fields and Johnson P C, October 19, 1999: US05967541 (7 worldwide citation)

A towing head is provided including three primary members. The first member is stationary and includes a channel which receives the tow pin or towing fitting of an aircraft. The second member pivotally attaches to the first member and itself includes a channel which communicates with the channel of ...


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Frank L Foster: Self-locking, selectively releasable mechanism for locking structural parts together with load relieving retention. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Nies Webner Kurz & Bergert, November 11, 1986: US04621840 (7 worldwide citation)

A retention for male and female structural members, including a self-locking selectively releasable locking spring wire or clip received in opposing grooves on the male and female members for locking the two members together, and interengaged threaded formations on the two members for absorbing a ma ...


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Gordon A Valentine: Dual opposed seal ring coupling. Stanley Aviation Corporation, LeBlanc Nolan Shur & Nies, February 7, 1984: US04429905 (7 worldwide citation)

A fluid-conveying coupling assembly in which a pair of torsionally deflectable seal rings establish a redundant seal between interconnected coupling structures and in which the seal rings are oriented and deflected in such a manner that they impose non-cumulative radially directed forces on the inte ...


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Jack A Arnold: Redundant seal ring coupling assembly. Stanley Aviation Corporation, LeBlanc Nolan Shur & Nies, October 23, 1984: US04478439 (7 worldwide citation)

A fluid-conveying coupling assembly in which a plurality of torsionally deflectable seal rings establish a redundant seal between interconnected coupling structures and in which each seal ring is torsionally deflected to its seal-establishing condition by engagement with just one pair of formations ...