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Robert Looker: Light weight tensionable buckle. Lyon & Lyon, April 2, 1985: US04507829 (9 worldwide citation)

A buckle intended for use primarily with wide, flat strapping material used in the air cargo transportation industry. The buckle has a body member and an "over-center" handle member journaled on a journal pin attached thereto such that the handle member acts like a lever and the journal pin as a ful ...


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Robert Looker: Convertible air cargo container. Lyon & Lyon, June 8, 1993: US05217132 (8 worldwide citation)

A convertible air cargo container which may be used in the air freight industry. A slidable top cover allows the user to convert a standard cube shaped cargo container, for example, in an M1 configuration, to an AQ7 configuration. Secured to the slidable top cover by a hinge is at least one contoure ...


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Robert Looker: Air cargo container. Satco, Lyon & Lyon, February 11, 1997: US05601201 (8 worldwide citation)

A cargo container for air or surface freight has roll-up doors to allow access, through the interior of the cargo container, to cargo contained in adjacent cargo containers. The roll-up doors include a curtain and a doorbar. Ramps and plates guide the roll-up doors into a pre-locked position. An int ...


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Aaron J Roberts: Air cargo rollout stop. Goodrich Corporation, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC, May 12, 2009: US07530774 (8 worldwide citation)

A cargo rollout stop includes a base, and a guide head pivotally mounted to the base. The guide head is movable between a raised blocking position, and a lowered non-blocking position. A retraction pedal is pivotally mounted to the guide head, and is movable between a first position and a second pos ...


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Yugo Fukuhara, Toru Takasu: Loading bridge for air cargo loading. Mitsubishi Heavy, Armstrong Westerman & Hattori, December 9, 2003: US06659704 (8 worldwide citation)

In the conventional air cargo transportation system, the transportation of the cargo that is stored inside of the airport terminal building, to the area of the loading/unloading door is normally performed using the package/cargo carts. However, numerous workers were needed to load the cargo and driv ...


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Edward Deets: Transparent Shipping Container. Mitchell A Smolow, September 21, 2004: US06793271 (8 worldwide citation)

A shipping container main storage unit is disclosed comprising a floor; a perimeter wall supported by a floor perimeter edge; an access opening within the perimeter wall; and a roof fastened to a top edge of a cap, a side edge of the cap fastened to the perimeter wall. The perimeter wall includes at ...


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Solomon M Fingerhut, Richard L Fingerhut: Explosion resistant aircraft cargo container. Air Cargo Equipment Corporation, O&apos Melveny & Myers, August 20, 2002: US06435363 (8 worldwide citation)

The explosion resistant cargo container includes a frame including a main section and an angled projecting section, and is formed from a plurality of support members. The frame is covered with one or more explosion resistant sheets to form the explosion resistant side panels. The explosion resistant ...


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Jeffrey Steven Milender, William Richard Ockert, Adam Edmund Buckhouse: Air cargo power drive unit for detecting motion of an overlying cargo container. Goodrich Corporation, Womble Carlyle, January 5, 2010: US07643133 (7 worldwide citation)

An air cargo power drive unit has a motor, at least one driver roller element coupled to said motor, a light source, a light detector, and a processor having memory associated therewith, said memory storing instructions. The device is configured to emit light from the light source, receive reflected ...


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Andrew Avramides, Philip Henstock: Air cargo containers. Lite Flite, Watson Cole Grindle & Watson, March 21, 1995: US05398831 (7 worldwide citation)

An air cargo container includes a base, side walls and a roof, the side walls and roof being made of panels of a composite structural sheet material which is capable of sustaining the tensile, compressive and shear loads to be carried by the container, the panels being connected together and to the ...


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Lewis Carol Jean: Air cargo nets. Bridport, December 1, 1999: GB2338472-A (7 worldwide citation)

Air cargo nets are disclosed which are made from slit film polymer line, suitably from polypropylene or high density polyethylene. Such materials offer a lesser reduction in breaking strength due to knots or some other joints in the netting lines than multi-filament lines which have hitherto been us ...



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