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Ihara Toshimichi: Integrated container handling system. Shinko Electric, Japan Air System, February 28, 1996: EP0698525-A1 (2 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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Löffler Markus, Monhart Peter: (De) Luftfrachtcontainer, (En) Air cargo container. Löffler Markus, Monhart Peter, GRAF Werner, June 3, 2004: WO/2004/045987 (2 worldwide citation)

(EN) The invention relates to an air cargo container (1) comprising an air conditioning system (3, 4, 5), a control system (30), an insulating housing (2), in addition to an interior (6) that can be air-conditioned, said insulating housing (2) being configured as an expanded single shell (2a).(DE) D ...


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Dirks Christiaan Henri Peter, Wienke Dietrich: Air cargo net. Dsm Ip Assets, Dirks Christiaan Henri Peter, Wienke Dietrich, BOOTSMA Jan Petrus Clementius, June 29, 2006: WO/2006/066970 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an air cargo net; that is to a net that is applied to restrain cargo that has been placed on a pallet and to prevent shifting of the cargo in an aircraft during transport, which net comprises a plurality of ropes made from polymer fibres, which ropes are joined at intervals ...


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Okano Shigeo: Transportation pallet. Japan Paking System, Tokyo Air Cargo City Terminal, October 15, 2002: JP2002-302120 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a one-way pallet capable of being adapted for a less- amount multi-sort production under application of usage of a working material such as a particle board and the like.SOLUTION: There is provided a pallet in which a deck board is installed at parallel-arranged beam ...


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Norelius Stefan, Westerholm Goeran, Westerholm Thomas: An air-cargo container and a manufacturing method of an air-cargo container. Envirotainer Engineering, November 20, 2002: EP1257485-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses an air-cargo container (1), which is equipped with a modular refrigerating unit (24). The refrigerating unit (24) is attachable into the container shell in substantially one piece. Preferably, a control unit (26) for the modular refrigerating unit (24) is also provide ...


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Thomas R Pherson: Composite air cargo pallet. Advanced Composite Structures, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, July 15, 2014: US08776698 (1 worldwide citation)

An air cargo pallet with a central panel created from a plurality of sandwiched layers, including a foam core disposed between an upper skin layer having a resin and fiber combination and a lower skin layer having a resin and fiber combination. The central panel is reinforced with additional fibers ...


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Hanh Lai, Bradley Douglas Shaw, Hartwig Schmidt, Stephen Davila, Robert Michalczyk: Gas curtain at inlet for trace detectors. Morpho Detection, Armstrong Teasdale, September 19, 2017: US09766218 (1 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure is directed to methods and systems for creating a gas curtain inlet for a detector of a substance of interest. The methods and systems include introducing a carrier gas into an inlet to block out atmospheric air without having to make the inlet a sealed system.


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Dietrich S Wienke, Christiaan H P Dirks: Air cargo net. DSM IP Assets, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, October 30, 2012: US08297895 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an air cargo net; that is to a net that is applied to restrain cargo that has been placed on a pallet and to prevent shifting of the cargo in an aircraft during transport, which net comprises a plurality of ropes made from polymer fibers, which ropes are joined at intervals ...


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Peter Looker: Air cargo container with moveable step-up platform. Satco, Kenneth H Ohriner, Perkins Coie, June 3, 2014: US08739996 (1 worldwide citation)

An air cargo container has a rolling platform for cargo personnel to stand on. The platform may be moved horizontally as the container is loaded. A latch on the platform may be used to secure the platform into a desired position. The platform may be for example 8-20 inches higher than the floor of t ...


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Aaron J Roberts: Air cargo rollout stop. Goodrich Corporation, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, February 7, 2012: US08109703 (1 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 ...