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Hartmut Geiger, Andreas Russ: Pneumatic suspension system for a vehicle. WABCO & Co OHG, Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, October 28, 2008: US07441789 (16 worldwide citation)

A pneumatic suspension system for a vehicle includes a compressed air accumulator, a compressed air transport device, at least one pneumatic bellows and an electrically controllable reversing valve used to connect the compressed air accumulator to a suction connection of the compressed air transport ...


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Manley A Young: Rolling-cargo loading/unloading ramp having a stowable lift for palletized cargo. The Boeing Company, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, August 28, 1979: US04165810 (16 worldwide citation)

An inclined ramp, for loading and unloading rolling cargo between ground level and a cargo bay of an air transport, incorporates a stowable lift for handling palletized cargo which is deployable into an operative position providing a horizontal pallet receiving platform and which is retractable into ...


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Gerald D Lilja, Frank Fowler, Robert F Hatch: Jet aircraft engine shipping stand. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Fields & Johnson P C, March 3, 1998: US05722512 (15 worldwide citation)

The shipping stand includes a cradle assembly mounted upon a frame assembly to which a jet aircraft is securable. The frame assembly includes a plurality of wheels for locomotive capability. A plurality of shock absorbers are operatively engaged between the cradle assembly and frame assembly to prov ...


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Reginald Willcocks: Dual-function golf bag. Michael Ebert, January 10, 1989: US04796789 (15 worldwide citation)

A golf bag adapted to function as a shoulder carrier for a set of golf clubs or as a locked travel case therefor suitable for air transport. The bag, which is molded of rigid plastic material, has a generally cylindrical form closed at either end, the bag being composed of a semi-cylindrical chest s ...


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William John Wilson: Apparatus for the storage and transportation of crustaceans. Trans Homard Lang, Diller Brown Ramik & Wight, May 16, 1978: US04089298 (15 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided for the live transport and storage of table fish, especially table shellfish, wherein the fish are confined in an assembly of compartments supplied with a flow of suitable water which, after its exit from the compartments, is purified, aerated and recycled to the ...


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Robert Looker: Air transport modular container system. Satco, Perkins Coie, November 30, 2004: US06824338 (15 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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Stephen H Aidlin, Larry Kincaid, Salvatore A Uccello: Dual lane air transport assembly. Dominik Stein Saccocio Reese Colitz and Van Der Wall, September 15, 1992: US05147153 (14 worldwide citation)

A pneumatic conveying apparatus for container bodies having neck rings. The apparatus comprises a plurality of pairs of laterally spaced neck tracks, each pair defining an elongated slot therebetween for slidably supporting container bodies by their neck rings and a plurality of inverted, U-shaped, ...


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Heinrich Moller, Karl Heinz Hoffmann: Hair dryer. Braun Aktiengesellschaft, Fishman and Van Kirk, March 25, 1980: US04195217 (14 worldwide citation)

A hair dryer comprising a generally tubular housing including twogenerally semi-cylindrical grip parts having edges including complimentary grooves and projections which engage each other to secure the grip parts together, the housing accommodating a heating device, a motor and an air transport devi ...


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Dewey Edward, Gordon Kenneth Alfred: Improvements in or relating to mounting arrangements. Smiths, May 17, 1972: GB1274311-A (14 worldwide citation)

1,274,311. Mounting arrangement. SMITHS INDUSTRIES Ltd. 13 April, 1970 [13 Jan., 1969], No. 1912/69. Heading H1R. A mounting arrangement consists of an adapter unit 4, which is adapted to be slid along a guideway 18 on a tray 2, and which itself has a smaller guideway 5 along which the base of a cas ...


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David Kalman Biegelsen, Warren Bruce Jackson, Lars Erik Swartz: Modular air jet array with coanda exhausting for module decoupling. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, September 14, 1999: US05951006 (13 worldwide citation)

A decoupling mechanism is provided for passively or actively decoupling an exhaust from a modular air transport system by diverting an amount of air exiting a channel in a first module in a direction other than the process direction through use of the Coanda effect. This decouples the amount of air ...