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Boscaljon Ronald W, Rossway Ronald A, Jewell David E: Positive lock coupling. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Boscaljon Ronald W, Rossway Ronald A, Jewell David E, FIELDS Gary D, May 7, 1998: WO/1998/019095

A threaded coupling assembly (10) is provided for interconnecting the ends of first and second fluid-carrying conduit members (11, 12) in fixed releasably locking relationship. First and second coupling members are circumferentially engageable with the ends of the conduit members to hold them in flu ...


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Breay Clifton P, Vaughan Anthony, Lopata Sara D: Conduit coupling assembly. Stanley Aviation Corporation, JOHNSON Brent P, February 24, 2005: WO/2005/017402

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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Gale Edwin J, Olsen Albert B, Dinsmoor John C: Coupler with combination locking and bonding ring. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Gale Edwin J, Olsen Albert B, Dinsmoor John C, FIELDS Gary D, June 28, 1990: WO/1990/007076

A bonding jumper (74) is mounted on one facing surface of first (38) and second coupling means (40) which are threadably interconnected. The bonding jumper (74) has a plurality of resilient detent members (92) for bearing against the facing surface of the other coupling means to establish a redundan ...


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Runkles Richard R, Dyer John A, Beyer Jack W: Conduit coupling devices with indicia features. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Runkles Richard R, Dyer John A, Beyer Jack W, FIELDS Gary D, May 17, 1990: WO/1990/005264

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 (54, 56) and laterally spaced locking tines (60, 62) which engage a mating ch ...


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Eyster Todd A, Olsen Albert B: Improved fluid conduit coupling. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Eyster Todd A, Olsen Albert B, FIELDS Gary D, May 1, 1997: WO/1997/015778

A coupling assembly (A), 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 (44, 46, 48, 50) which engage a mating ...


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Hatch Robert F, Rossway Ronald A, Campion William J Jr: Shipping frame for fan section of aircraft engine. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Hatch Robert F, Rossway Ronald A, Campion William J Jr, FIELDS Gary D, January 21, 1999: WO/1999/002404

A fan shipping frame (310) includes a frame assembly (312) for supporting a loaded fan section (F) of a jet aircraft engine. A plurality of caster assemblies (364) attached to the shipping frame (310) provide locomotive capability and adjustable height positioning so that a loaded fan section (F) ma ...


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Boscaljon Ronald W, Rossway Ronald A, Jewell David E: Positive lock coupling. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Boscaljon Ronald W, Rossway Ronald A, Jewell David E, FIELDS Gary D, November 11, 1999: WO/1999/057476

A first coupling member has a peripheral facing surface with a pair or annular slots (64, 66), each of a different length and width. A second coupling member has a lock ring (40) longitudinally slidable thereon with a facing surface having a pair of annular raised locking tabs (76, 78) sized to corr ...


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Boscaljon Ronald W, Rossway Ronald A, Jewell David E, Hazelwood Eric: Lightweight positive lock coupling. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Boscaljon Ronald W, Rossway Ronald A, Jewell David E, Hazelwood Eric, FIELDS Gary D, November 11, 1999: WO/1999/057477

In the first embodiment, a coupling assembly (10) is provided wherein the inner peripheral diameter of an annular spring (44) is sized to be threadably received over the threads of a coupler and is held in a recess formed by the ends of threads and the edge of a shoulder. This structure minimizes th ...


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