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Toshimichi Ihara: Integrated container handling system. Shinko Electric, Japan Air System, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, May 20, 1997: US05630694 (12 worldwide citation)

An integrated air cargo/container handling system is presented in which the motive power section and the container handling section are integrated. Unlike the conventional system which requires coordination of three handling units (the power section, a transport section and a loading section) and se ...


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Hinckley Grayson W, Ikeda George: Refrigeration system for air cargo containers. Pax Systems, Limbach Limbach & Sutton, June 17, 1975: US3889486 (12 worldwide citation)

A removable refrigeration system with no moving parts for use in conjunction with an aircraft cargo container. Insulation panels line the interior surfaces of the cargo container and support each other so that no connectors between the panels and the cargo container are necessary. The panel lining t ...


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Robert Looker: Air transport modular container system. Satco, Perkins Coie, November 30, 2004: US06824338 (12 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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Dennis M Brierton: Air cargo security vault. Thomas E Schatzel, January 3, 1995: US05377856 (11 worldwide citation)

An air cargo container (1) for use as an integral part of the aircraft. It is adaptable to any of numerous options while maintaining basic structural and functional concepts. Fundamentally, it comprises a floor (7) enclosed by a body (2) having an opening (12) in one wall that, except for modest top ...


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Gregory James Schulze, Wayne Vernon Huseby: Overrideable guide and vertical restraint for an air cargo system. Goodrich Corporation, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC, September 30, 2008: US07429157 (11 worldwide citation)

A centerline restraint includes a conventional center guide/restraint and a pair of a overrideable guide/restraint at either end. Each overrideable guide/restraint is lockable into one of three rotational positions about a common axis: a retracted position, an erect position and an overridden positi ...


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Shmuel Lerman, Oded Freedman, Adi Shargil: Air cargo restraint system and fittings therefor. S F A Engineering 92, Darby & Darby, June 30, 1998: US05772369 (11 worldwide citation)

A fitting for anchoring a flexible covering to a planar, air cargo sheet pallet, the fitting including a base portion adapted for mating engagement with a selected mounting portion of a planar sheet pallet; and gripping apparatus, attached to the base portion, for grippingly engaging a portion of th ...


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Jeffrey Garfinkle: Cargo security method and apparatus. Freight Glove Technologies, McAndrews Held & Malloy, January 3, 2006: US06982643 (10 worldwide citation)

A comprehensive and effective system at detecting unauthorized hazardous materials such as explosives potentially placed by terrorists in cargo or freight, such as air cargo, is disclosed. The system is cost effective and is non-disruptive to shippers of cargo. The system provided in one or more emb ...


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Gregory Albert Brekken, Rodney Orland Niemeier, Wallace Harold Larson: Air cargo vertical restraint assembly. Goodrich Corporation, Womble Carlyle, October 14, 2008: US07435043 (10 worldwide citation)

A vertical restraint and guide rail assembly includes a number of features which individually, or collectively, may be implemented to enhance performance. One such feature is a vertical restraint head whose forwardmost point is laterally offset from a longitudinal axis A that passes through the pivo ...


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William Francis Stalter: Light-weight Paulowina based plywood. East Coast Lumber Company, Blynn L Shideler, Krisanne Shideler, BLK Law Group, November 22, 2011: US08062762 (10 worldwide citation)

A plywood comprising plys of Paulowina wood combined with plys of other hardwoods. The resulting Paulowina based plywood panels are lightweight, approximately 40% lighter than ordinary plywood. This reduction in weight when used for construction of Recreational vehicles (RV's), Campers, Tractor-trai ...


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Alexander V Danilychev: Air cargo container. McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Brooks & Kushman P C, April 11, 2000: US06047588 (9 worldwide citation)

An air cargo container includes a relatively-rigid housing defining an air-tight interior space of nominal volume within which to receive cargo. The housing substantially maintains the nominal volume of the interior space upon pressurizing or evacuating the interior space relative to ambient pressur ...



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