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Richard R Barnes Jr, Douglas E MacArthur, William Roy Wodell, Irving Herbert Bernard: Air cargo shipping container. Richard R Barnes Jr, Douglas E MacArthur, Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, July 13, 1976: US03968895 (50 worldwide citation)

An air cargo shipping container comprising a rectangular base of molded synthetic resin material which is chemically inert to most substances, the base having a plurality of legs formed in its bottom for supporting the base above the ground. These legs are spaced for entry of the lifting tines of a ...


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Andrew P Tybinkowski, Ronald Swain: Cargo container tomography scanning system. Analogic Corporation, McDermott Will & Emery, June 13, 2006: US07062011 (41 worldwide citation)

An X-ray computed tomography scanning system adapted to scan air cargo containers or other larger containers for detection of explosives, drugs, and other contraband. The system includes a table that rotates about an axis of rotation for supporting a cargo container, an X-ray source movable parallel ...


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Arnold B Nordstrom: Automobile carrier for use on air cargo pallets. Transequip, Lindenberg Freilich Hornbaker Wasserman Rosen & Fernandez, November 7, 1978: US04124119 (41 worldwide citation)

An automobile carrier is disclosed for use on two standard air cargo pallets to carry four automobiles. The carrier for two automobiles is affixed across two pallets with one automobile over the other, and the carrier for the other two automobiles is affixed across the pallets beside the first. The ...


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Jury N Ivanov, Leonid I Suris, Nikolai M Zaitsev, Vladimir G Shikin: Tensioning and locking strap device. Robert E Burns, Emmanuel J Lobato, Bruce L Adams, January 30, 1979: US04136422 (39 worldwide citation)

A device for tensioning and locking air cargo net straps. A frame has laterally spaced side webs having elongated grooves in which is slidably mounted a wedge member. A clamping lever cooperates with the wedge member in clamping a free end portion of a strap disposed therebetween and reversely over ...


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Todd L Taricco: Methods and apparatus for the inspection of air cargo for bombs. Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, December 28, 1993: US05274356 (29 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for the inspection of air cargo including passenger luggage for pressure sensitive bombs. In accordance with the method, the air cargo is placed in a pressure vessel, which is then pressure cycled between a super-ambient pressure and a sub-ambient pressure duplicating the press ...


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Rau Blase C, Buday John M, Feddersen Donald W, Markowski Everett L: Container. Air Cargo Equipment Corporation, August 10, 1971: US3598273 (28 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a container adapted to be carried in an airplane and used to transport either cargo or baggage, the container comprising a plurality of panels, a plurality of frame members removably interconnecting the panels, each of the panels including a pair of spaced-apart sheet metal walls ...


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Weingarten Joseph L: Integral aircraft barrier net. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Air, Rusz Joseph E, Parker Arthur R, August 5, 1975: US3897919 (28 worldwide citation)

An air cargo barrier net having a front net section releasably attached within an aircraft cargo compartment in restraining contact with the forwardmost cargo load, an integral top net section attached over the upper surface of the cargo load, and connecting lines quick-releasably connected from the ...


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Chester L Byrd: Baggage handling and storage system. Air Cargo Equipment Corporation, William S Dorman, August 12, 1980: US04216927 (28 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for handling and storing baggage or cargo within an aircraft fuselage including a fuselage door and a plurality of storage platforms with each platform consisting of a flat rectangular base and two upwardly extending side walls closely juxataposed to the shape of the fuselage. The platf ...


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Feddersen Donald W, Markowski Everett L: Cargo container. Air Cargo Equipment Corporation, June 27, 1972: US3672529 (23 worldwide citation)

A container for transporting goods by airplane comprises a top wall, a bottom wall, and a pair of opposed side walls all bounded by rigid framework and cooperating to define a pair of openings which are respectively closed by stowable door structures, each of the door structures including a pair of ...


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Peter R Modler, Harold E Dittmer, Richard L Rose, John A Stafsnes: Refrigerated air cargo container. Pax Equipment Management, Limbach Limbach & Sutton, July 7, 1981: US04276752 (17 worldwide citation)

A refrigerated cargo container, comprising no moving parts, for use in transporting temperature sensitive cargoes in aircraft. The container has six insulated walls with an insulated door along part of one of the walls, preferably the container's front wall, to provide for an air-tight container whe ...



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