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Christina R Hyslop, Charles M Bivens: Hood latch and vehicle mounting. International Truck Intellectual Property Company, Jeffrey P Calfa, Dennis Kelly Sullivan, Susan L Lukasik, December 23, 2003: US06666291 (12 worldwide citation)

A hood latch, hood and vehicle-mounting component that provide improved durability and aerodynamic properties as well as access to an under hood area. The latch is a two-part component. The latch is mounted under the hood and is only exposed where it latches to the latch catch on the vehicle-mountin ...


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Ewald Kleine, Ernst Roth: Latch hardware. Siegenia Frank KG, Norman S Blodgett, Gerry A Blodgett, June 24, 1980: US04208838 (9 worldwide citation)

Latch hardware including drive rod fittings in which at least two profile grooves are undercut at an angle to one another within the frame shanks and drive rods are positioned, guided, and coupled to a corner guide. The profile grooves within the frame shanks are arranged stepwise and are of a depth ...


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A Ray Snow: Combined knob and permutation lock assembly for door latches. Philip M Hinderstein, April 27, 1976: US03952562 (8 worldwide citation)

A permutation lock assembly incorporated into a door knob and latch mechanism mountable in the standard openings in conventional swinging doors, using conventional door latch hardware. Rotation of an outer dial in a first direction causes rotation of an inner dial which is visible through a window u ...


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Dan Perlman, Richard Gordon, Jack O Donnell, William Rahn, Lynn Gordon, Jim DeTemple: Truck body. Reading Body Works, Robert A Koons Jr, October 27, 1998: US05826931 (7 worldwide citation)

A truck body has two enclosures having inner walls with upper and lower sections. The horizontal distance between opposite portions of the upper sections is less than the horizontal distance between opposite portions of the lower sections. A tailgate is latchable to the lower sections of the inner w ...


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Michael S Good, John R Harris, Ray C Laning, Curtis E Larsen, Mark A Sandusky: Strengthening electronic equipment. International Business Machines Corporation, Steven F McDaniel, January 3, 2017: US09538682

A system includes an equipment case configured to hold equipment, a strengthening bracket, and one or more releasable couplers physically coupled to the equipment case and the strengthening bracket. The releasable couplers may be configured to release the strengthening bracket from the equipment cas ...


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Combined knob and permutation lock assembly for door latches. Dialoc, April 15, 1977: FR2324836-A1

A permutation lock assembly incorporated into a door knob and latch mechanism mountable in the standard openings in conventional swinging doors, using conventional door latch hardware. Rotation of an outer dial in a first direction causes rotation of an inner dial which is visible through a window u ...


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William Eaton: System and method for registering the drive mechanism position of a latch apparatus after power loss. Honeywell International, Honeywell International, Attorney Intellectual Property, April 26, 2007: US20070090654-A1

An improved electric latch including latch position registration at power loss. A small motor affects a number of independent electrical actuations using an index gear, actuations of: Central Locking, Super Locking, Selective Locking, Power/electrical door opening (Passive Opening), and Power/electr ...


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Christina R Hyslop, Charles M Bivens: Hood latch and vehicle mounting. International Truck Intellectual Property Company, August 14, 2003: US20030150656-A1

A hood latch, hood and vehicle-mounting component that provide improved durability and aerodynamic properties as well as access to an under hood area. The latch is a two-part component. The latch is mounted under the hood and is only exposed where it latches to the latch catch on the vehicle-mountin ...


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Andre LABARRE: Motorized system for latching and unlatching casement windows. Ogilvy Renault, October 28, 2010: US20100270814-A1

A power-operated latch is integrated to a casement window for selectively locking and unlocking a vertically hinged window sash. The power-operated latch is adapted to be concealed in the window frame and is directly connectable to the existing window latch hardware. A reversible rotary motor drives ...