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Randall C Hansen, Kenneth J Miller: Door fastening means. A L Hansen Mfg Co, Johnson Dienner Emrich & Wagner, April 27, 1976: US03953061 (83 worldwide citation)

A rotatable cam disc has connected thereto linkage means for operating latch bolts. The cam disc has an arcuate cutout in the edge portion thereof defining a pair of end shoulders. A lock actuator plate is rotatable coaxially of the cam disc, and has secured thereto a post member movable within the ...


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Randall C Hansen: Adjustable actuator assembly and handle assembly having adjustable actuator assembly. Dority & Manning P A, September 23, 2003: US06623052 (42 worldwide citation)

A handle assembly is provided. The handle assembly includes a tray that has opposite sides and a shaft that is rotatable relative to the tray. Also included is a handle that is connected to the shaft. The handle rotates with the shaft relative to the tray, and is on one side of the tray with the sha ...


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Randall C Hansen: Anti-slip hand rail. Dority & Manning P A, July 14, 1998: US05779228 (40 worldwide citation)

A vehicle hand rail assembly is provided having an elongated bar. A first section of the bar defines a gripping area, and a second section of the bar is configured to receive and retain at least one light element longitudinally disposed along the bar. At least one mounting member secures the bar in ...


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Gabriel C Hieronymi, Randall C Hansen: Flush mountable door latch mechanism. Abex Corporation, Thomas S Baker Jr, December 20, 1983: US04420954 (39 worldwide citation)

A paddle handle actuated latch mechanism has the paddle handle pivotally mounted within a recess formed in a rectangular tray. A bolt is mounted in a housing attached to the back of the tray. A slide bar mounted in the bolt housing is connected to the bolt and has a portion which projects through an ...


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Randall C Hansen, Gilbert H Krahn: Anti-slip grab rail. A L Hansen Manufacturing Company, Willian Brinks Olds Hofer Gilson & Lione, January 23, 1990: US04895332 (29 worldwide citation)

An anti-slip grab rail and grab rail assembly, the grab rail providing improved gripping surfaces which, in the preferred embodiments, are formed by a plurality of exposed surfaces of a rigid elongate bar alternating with a plurality of elastomeric members extending longitudinally of the bar. The el ...


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Brian O Bohleen, Randall C Hansen: Self-storing door handle. Abex Corporation, Thomas S Baker Jr, David A Greenlee, May 19, 1981: US04268077 (23 worldwide citation)

A door actuator for a commercial vehicle includes a mechanism which biases the handle to a stored position and a latch which maintains the handle in the stored position. A key operated lock mechanism cooperates with the latch to lock the handle in the stored position.


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Randall C Hansen, Dennis J Sadler, Michael V Akright, William H Poteat: Truck box paddle handle assembly with rotatable release mechanism. Randall C Hansen, Dority & Manning P A, February 26, 2002: US06349577 (20 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a latch assembly in which the operation of a paddle-type recessed handle pivots an actuating member carried on a rear side of the latch assembly. As the latch assembly pivots, a contact member of the latch assembly engages and moves an operating member. As the operating membe ...


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Randall C Hansen: Bar lock module and assembly system. A L Hansen Manufacturing Co, Willian Brinks Olds Hofer Gilson & Lione, September 10, 1991: US05046770 (15 worldwide citation)

A bar lock includes one piece, preassembled latch modules. Each of the latch modules defines a rotatable shaft which supports a operating bar receiving socket at one end and a cam at the other. Each of the modules defines several locating elements which are used to locate and secure the preassembled ...


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Randall C Hansen, Christopher C Lee: T-handle latch. A L Hansen Manufacturing Company, Willian Brinks Olds Hofer Gilson & Lione, March 27, 1990: US04911489 (15 worldwide citation)

A T-handle latch in which a housing is designed for reception in an opening of an item to be latched. A shank of a handle is rotationally disposed in the housing, and an actuating member of the latch is fixed on the end of the shank. The shank may be received in a shank-receiving opening of the actu ...


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R Michael Edmonds, Randall C Hansen, Timothy A Kelly: Vehicle vent and escape hatch. Wilmer Mechlin, August 11, 1992: US05137327 (11 worldwide citation)

Combined vehicle vent and escape hatch having a frame bounding a roof opening, a cover hingedly connected to opposite sides of the frame by hinge brackets for limited venting movement relative to one or more of the sides, one of the brackets being separable into cover and frame parts and normally pr ...