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Pervan Darko, Håkansson Niclas, Nygren Per: Mechanical locking of floor panels with a flexible tongue. Välinge Innovation, Pervan Darko, Håkansson Niclas, Nygren Per, AWAPATENT, April 27, 2006: WO/2006/043893 (153 worldwide citation)

Floor panels (1, 1') are shown, which are provided with a mechanical locking system consisting of a flexible tongue (30) in a displacement groove (40), which during a vertical folding motion is displaced. Moreover, a tongue blank (50), a production method and an installation method are shown.


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Angus R Colson Jr, Linda Pinney, Gregory J Gruzdowich, Patrick M Steusloff: Auxiliary storage and dispensing unit. John J Murphey, September 13, 1994: US05346297 (128 worldwide citation)

An auxiliary storage and dispensing unit for use with a computer-controlled supply and medication dispenser station including a cabinet having integrally connected top, bottom, side and rear cabinet panels defining a tall storage and interior dispensing cavity accessible through a front opening, a p ...


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Charles A Detweiler: Solenoid operated latch device with movable pole piece. Lectron Products, Harness Dickey & Pierce, September 3, 1991: US05044678 (112 worldwide citation)

A remotely actuated solenoid latch apparatus adapted for use in motor vehicle applications is disclosed. The solenoid latch apparatus includes a solenoid having an armature movable between a first position displaced from a pole piece to define a working air gap therebetween to a second position attr ...


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Chris Ligtenberg, Brett Degner: Magnetic latching mechanism. Apple, Wong Cabello Lutsch Rutherford & Brucculeri, August 17, 2010: US07775567 (108 worldwide citation)

A magnetic latch for a display of a laptop computer uses magnetic attraction to maintain the display closed and uses magnetic repelling forces to pop-up the display when opened. The latch includes one or more magnetic elements in the body of the laptop and at least one magnetic element in the displa ...


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Lee Webber Ramstrom, Alvydas Petras Karasa, Stanley Alan Markle: Battery pack and latch. The Black and Decker Manufacturing Company, William Kovensky, Edward D Murphy, Walter Ottesen, December 21, 1976: US03999110 (108 worldwide citation)

Securing means particularly for slide-in type battery pack to be used in cordless electric power tools. An L-shaped latch is pivoted on the tool, and its short leg cooperates with a release mechanism at the remote end of the battery pack. A release member, spring loaded on the battery pack, urges th ...


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Nardin Erik Borje: A latching means for cupboard doors, locker doors, drawers and like openable members. Transitoria Trading Company, November 19, 1969: GB1171337-A (104 worldwide citation)

1,171,337. Latches. TRANSITORIA TRADING CO. A.B. 28 Jan., 1967, No. 4323/67. Heading E2A. Latching means for a door or the like comprises a casing secured to the door I and having a leaf spring tongue 6 secured to the casing at the inner end and projecing therefrom at the other end, the tongue being ...


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Steven E Schultz: Flush mount tilt-latch for a sash window and method. Ashland Products, Wallenstein Wagner & Hattis, August 18, 1992: US05139291 (103 worldwide citation)

A pivot latch adapted for releasably securing a pivotable sash window to a master frame. The master frame has opposed, vertically extending guide rails. The sash has a hollow top sash rail, a base and a pair of hollow stiles cooperatively connected together at adjacent extremities thereof to form a ...


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Emsley Roger: Improvements in or relating to hook locks for sliding doors and windows. Monarch Aluminium, March 14, 1984: GB2125876-A (99 worldwide citation)

A hook lock for a sliding door or window comprises three hooked locking members 16, 20 pivotally mounted in longitudinally spaced relation on the locking stile 10 of a door or window in such manner that each member is pivotable between an unlocked position where it lies within the locking stile and ...


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Scalza Anthony J, Brown William G: Solenoid operated electric strike. Square D Company, Brooks Haidt Haffner & Delahunty, October 7, 1975: US3910617 (96 worldwide citation)

An electric strike with a pivotally mounted catch which is locked by a pivotally mounted detent engageable with a pivotally mounted detent arm controlled by the catch, movement of the detent being controlled by an electrically energizable solenoid and moveable core assembly which has a portion of th ...


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Tim M Dangel: Snap fit lock with release feature. Yazaki Corporation, Young & Basile P C, November 26, 1996: US05577779 (95 worldwide citation)

A snap fit locking mechanism is provided for releasably joining a pair of components. The locking mechanism contains a resilient locking arm integrally formed on a first component. The locking arm includes an outwardly extending projection which defines a step portion and a cam surface. A rigid rect ...



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