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Robert Looker, Richard McLennan: Cargo track fitting. Satron, Lyon & Lyon, June 16, 1998: US05765978 (26 worldwide citation)

An improved restraint apparatus for cargo carrying vehicles. Plate-like inserts are sandwiched together to form a body which can be secured to a conventional cargo tie-down track. One or more center inserts may be sandwiched between one or more peripheral inserts which mate with the standard railed ...


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Robert Looker: Cargo container. Lyon & Lyon, September 3, 1985: US04538663 (20 worldwide citation)

A box-like container typically used in the transportation of cargo by air having an improved door closure apparatus. The favored air cargo container has a base pallet having a front and rear hoop attached thereto, to which aluminum sheets are attached to enclose the container leaving one or more doo ...


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Robert Looker: Lightweight high capacity industrial caster. Satco, Perkins Coie, January 7, 2003: US06502280 (16 worldwide citation)

A lightweight high capacity industrial caster which has three major parts, an upper assembly, a lower assembly, and a roller assembly. The upper assembly includes an upper plate with a first top surface and first bottom surface, the first bottom surface having a circular upper race groove within the ...


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Robert Looker, Richard McLennan: Cargo track fitting. Satron, Lyon & Lyon, March 11, 1997: US05609452 (15 worldwide citation)

An improved restraint apparatus for cargo carrying vehicles. Plate-like inserts are sandwiched together to form a body which can be secured to a conventional cargo tie-down track. One or more center inserts may be sandwiched between one or more peripheral inserts which mate with the standard railed ...


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Robert Looker: Air cargo container. Satco, Perkins Coie, June 20, 2006: US07063227 (14 worldwide citation)

An air cargo container includes a base, two side walls, and a rear wall. The side walls each included a curved front edge. A retractable or roll-up door is located between the side walls. The door is extendible from an open position in which the door is retracted or rolled-up, to a closed position i ...


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Robert Looker, Richard E McLennan: Method and apparatus for forming improved nets. Satron, Smyth Pavitt Siegemund Jones & Martella, June 26, 1979: US04158985 (13 worldwide citation)

Improved structural nets for cargo and the like are formed on a fixture including a knot forming matrix including a plurality of knot loop stations arranged in a predetermined orientation and cooperating with loop forming section disposed peripherally of the matrix. By forming a plurality of knot lo ...


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Robert Looker: Air transport modular container system. Satco, Perkins Coie, November 30, 2004: US06824338 (13 worldwide citation)

An air cargo container assembly for rapid air shipment of emergency and other supplies, without netting, includes sub-containers attachable to a base plate via locking mechanisms on the sub-containers. The locking mechanisms pass through openings in the base and engage a downward-facing surface of t ...


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Robert Looker, Richard McLennan: Cargo net. Satron, Perkins Coie, October 28, 2003: US06637991 (13 worldwide citation)

A cargo netting having a knotted bottom webbing and an upper knotted rope strand section. The bottom webbing is flat to reduce abrasion and wear and tear. The bottom webbing attaches to a cargo pallet using pallet attachment fittings.


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Richard E McLennan, Robert Looker: Quick disconnect tie-down anchor. Satron, George F Smyth, May 3, 1977: US04020770 (12 worldwide citation)

A quick disconnect dual stud type of track tie-down fitting for use with a track having slots and lips includes an insert having a generally U-shaped body and including spaced integral legs arranged in parallel alignment. Cooperating with the insert is a retainer having apertures therein which recei ...


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Robert Looker, Richard E McLennan: Overcenter buckle. Satron, Smyth Pavitt Siegemund & Martella, February 16, 1982: US04315350 (10 worldwide citation)

A buckle of the type used to connect belts used for tying down cargo in vehicles. The buckle is formed of flat plate stock and has a structure adapted to withstand high compressive forces such as are applied to it when it is run over by loaded vehicles. The buckle operates on an overcenter principle ...



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