Niall R Lynam: Near-infrared reflecting, ultraviolet protected, safety protected, electrochromic vehicular glazing. Donnelly Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, August 24, 1993: US05239406 (255 worldwide citation)

An electrochromic window/glazing assembly disclosed which reduces the transmission of near-infrared and ultraviolet radiation while protecting against risk of laceration or chemical contact if broken/damaged, against ultraviolet (UV) radiation degradation, and against fogging or misting in high humi ...

Cleon Morgan: Window assembly. Donnelly Mirrors, Price Heneveld Huizenga & Cooper, February 13, 1979: US04139234 (245 worldwide citation)

A vehicular assembly formed as a complete unit prior to installation and adapted to be installed as a unit from the exterior of the vehicle body with only final securement of attachment means being necessary from the interior of the vehicle body. The assembly includes a molded plastic casing or gask ...

Niall R Lynam: Reduced near-infrared radiation transmitting ultraviolet protected, safety protected, electrochromic vehicular glazing. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, June 4, 1996: US05523877 (215 worldwide citation)

An ultraviolet protected, safety protected, reduced near-infrared radiation transmitting vehicular glazing assembly is disclosed incorporating spaced glass elements, an electrochromic medium therebetween, near-infrared-reflective means, and safety means for preventing injury upon impact to the assem ...

Niall R Lynam: Ultraviolet protected electrochemichromic rearview mirror. Donnelly Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, October 11, 1994: US05355245 (208 worldwide citation)

An ultraviolet protected, electrochemichromic rearview mirror assembly incorporating an electrochemichromic medium with reduced ultraviolet degradation is disclosed which may incorporate tinted means such as a specialized glass, a dye, and/or a polymer layer.

Yu Zheng: Automobile sunshield. Charles H Schwartz, Ellsworth R Roston, March 28, 1989: US04815784 (208 worldwide citation)

A collapsible elongated sun sheild including, a plurality of adjacent collapsible flexible loop members. A fabric covering material for substantially covering the flexible loop members. The loop members substantially supporting the fabric in particular areas to provide for loop portions and an inter ...

Konrad H Marcus: Visor and mirror assembly. Prince Corporation, Fisher Gerhardt & Groh, February 21, 1978: US04075468 (183 worldwide citation)

A visor and vanity mirror assembly in which the vanity mirror is illuminated through electrical circuitry mounted on the back side of the mirror.

Joseph S Wycech: Composite tubular door beam reinforced with a syntactic foam core localized at the mid-span of the tube. MPA Diversified Products, Dykema Gossett, December 18, 1990: US04978562 (165 worldwide citation)

A lightweight, composite beams for reinforcing a vehicle door is provided. The reinforcing beam comprises a metal tube having a longitudinal cavity which is partially filled with a reinforcing polymeric core which in one aspect includes a thermoset or thermoplastic resin-based material. The core is ...

John W Carter, Jeffrey A Lewno, Daniel J Fisher, Joseph D Rankin III: Overhead window assembly for vehicles. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burlhart, February 1, 2000: US06019411 (156 worldwide citation)

A modular vehicle window assembly is provided which has attached thereto interior vehicle accessories. In a preferred embodiment, the window panel assembly includes a window panel disposed within or covering a window opening formed in the vehicle. The window panel may optionally contain a convention ...

En L Huang: Compactly foldable automobile sunshade. Cislo & Thomas, June 18, 1991: US05024262 (143 worldwide citation)

An automobile window sunshade having a particularly simple structure and capable of easily being folded into a compact configuration for storage is provided. The sunshade comprises a single elongated loop of a thin strip of spring-like material covered by a sheet of one or more layers of a flexible ...

Joseph S Wycech: Reinforced door beam. Henkel Corporation, Connolly & Hutz, March 23, 1999: US05884960 (118 worldwide citation)

A reinforced door beam has a hollow shell with an internal localized reinforcement. The localized internal reinforcement is positioned at the midspan of the shell and has a length of less than about one-third of the door beam shell. The localized internal reinforcement includes an inner shell which ...