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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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Christian K E Buchsel: Air transportable cargo loader for an airplane. The Boeing Company, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, October 11, 1983: US04408739 (17 worldwide citation)

An air transportable cargo loader for an airplane includes a platform body supportively coupled to articulated foldable leg assemblies at its opposite ends. The leg assemblies are independently foldable between extended positions wherein they support the respective ends of the platform at a height s ...


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Peter J Rothschild: Combined X-ray CT/neutron material identification system. American Science and Engineering, Bromberg & Sunstein, June 23, 2009: US07551714 (15 worldwide citation)

A system and methods for identifying contents of an enclosure such as an air cargo container. A three-dimensional image indicative of at least one of the CT number and the density of contents of the enclosure is obtained using penetrating radiation such as x-rays. If one or more suspect regions are ...


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Glynn Emmett P, Hsu Howard L: Carbon dioxide refrigeration systems. Liquid Carbonic Corporation, October 3, 1972: US3695056 (15 worldwide citation)

Refrigeration apparatus utilizing solid carbon dioxide as a refrigerant comprising a pair of refrigeration compartments, a solid carbon dioxide hopper defined by a pair of hollow condensers arranged in the shape of a V for a circulating heat-exchange fluid. A pair of evaporators vertically below the ...


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Byrd Chester L, Blackwell Randal L: Cargo container for aircraft. Air Cargo Equipment, September 19, 1972: US3692203 (15 worldwide citation)

A cargo container of lightweight material particularly designed and constructed for the carrying of luggage and the like in the lower portion or belly cargo compartment of commercial aircraft. The construction is largely of replaceable and interchangeable panels which are easily formed and particula ...


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Nordstrom Arnold B: Air cargo container loader. Aircraft Mechanics, McNenny Farrington Pearne & Gordon, November 26, 1974: US3850283 (15 worldwide citation)

A mobile conveyor for the loading and unloading of aircraft and the like comprises three in-line conveyor sections mounted on a powered vehicle for variably inclined, coplanar operation for moving cargo containers therealong from one section to another between lower and upper levels. The lower secti ...


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George Chieger, Robert B Schwartz, Tara N Banerjea: Air cargo container. Fruehauf Corporation, Harness Dickey & Pierce, September 6, 1977: US04046278 (14 worldwide citation)

A cargo container formed of extruded light metal framing members and cooperating panels is made in subassemblies composed of parts which are secured together primarily by riveting, the subassemblies also being secured to one another primarily by riveting, although certain key fastenings are made by ...


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Robert Looker: Air cargo container. Satco, Perkins Coie, June 20, 2006: US07063227 (13 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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W Craig Willan: Air cargo container with bomb damage mitigation features. James E Bradley, March 23, 1993: US05195701 (13 worldwide citation)

An air cargo container with features for reducing damage caused by a bomb explosion. The container has a venting device which faces a fuselage wall of an airplane when the container is stowed. An explosion propels the venting device to pierce the fuselage wall of the airplane in the event of an expl ...


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John J Pickering: Bolt locks for freight car, trailer truck and air cargo doors. Berman Aisenberg & Platt, April 13, 1976: US03950018 (13 worldwide citation)

Anti-tampering bolt locking devices for hinged or sliding railway freight car or for other freight vehicle doors. The bolt locking devices may consist of air pressure or electromagnetically controlled bolt detents which may be either locally or remotely operated. The bolts may be directly operated b ...



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