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Julian Porter, Larry Suhl: Containerized thermal spraying plant. Charmasson & Holz, January 7, 1986: US04562791 (19 worldwide citation)

A containerized movable maintenance plant grouping all equipment and facilities necessary to conduct abrasive blasting and thermal spraying operations at any location, even under severe climatic and environmental conditions or restrictions. The entire plant is packaged into two standard size marine- ...


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Julius B Kupersmit: Door construction for folding container. Container Systems, Charles E Temko, September 9, 1980: US04221302 (19 worldwide citation)

An improved door construction for collapsible reusable shipping containers and the like incorporating provision for maintaining the strength and integrity of the container against the hydraulic action of flowable contents when loaded. The container includes a plurality of interlocking flange element ...


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Julius B Kupersmit: Strap support system for collapsible shipping containers. Charles E Temko, August 25, 1987: US04688979 (19 worldwide citation)

A strap support system for collapsible shipping containers whereby top-loaded containers may be emptied from the bottoms thereof while supported in a manner which permits, for example, the transfer of particulate material to a hopper or other receptacle is disclosed. In the case of particulate comes ...


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Brian R Cook, Randal R Potter: Air bed. The Nautilus Group, Edward S Wright, November 25, 2003: US06651283 (19 worldwide citation)

Air bed assembly having a knockdown foundation made up of preassembled boxes which are used as shipping containers for the other elements of the bed, mattresses having interposed sets of isolated chambers for improved pressure distribution, contoured foam rails surrounding the mattresses and a visco ...


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Tung Chan Ma, Arnold L Berzins, Charles J Davis, Bruce T Watson: Repulpable, water repellant paperboard. International Paper Company, Ostrager Chong Flaherty & Onofrio, May 23, 2000: US06066379 (18 worldwide citation)

Paperboard having a water-repellant coating which includes a polymer matrix/wax/pigment mixture and is applied to the paperboard as an aqueous formulation. The polymer matrix includes polymer chains which are ionically cross-linked through pendant carboxylic acid groups to provide, together with the ...


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Peter Sing: Storage system. Nathaniel Altman, September 6, 1988: US04768914 (18 worldwide citation)

A storage system comprises a building structure having an array of contiguous storage spaces on each of at least one level. A plurality of movable storage platforms, on which such cargo as automobiles, shipping containers and the like may be loaded, is available, each individual platform to be moved ...


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James M Knott: Apparatus and method for transporting automobiles in an enclosed semi-trailer. J B Hunt Transport Services, Ray F Cox Jr, March 29, 1994: US05297908 (18 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an apparatus and method for converting a semi-trailer or intermodal shipping container from carrying general freight cargo to carrying automobiles. More specifically, the present invention provides for a lift mechanism which is powered by the drive wheels of the auto ...


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Jack F Kellerman: Corner pad. Hoerner Waldorf Corporation, Jerry F Best, May 18, 1976: US03957196 (18 worldwide citation)

A three dimensional corner pad for shipping containers or the like and blank for making same, wherein a sheet of paperboard is folded about a center fold line which has spacer tabs cut on either side thereof and which is folded at right angles so that these tabs extend outwardly from the fold line t ...


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John D McDaniels Jr: Closure arrangement for spent nuclear fuel shipping containers. Nuclear Assurance Corporation, David P Kelley, November 28, 1989: US04883637 (18 worldwide citation)

A closure arrangement for spent nuclear fuel shipping container has a lid member with a peripheral groove in its outer edge, the lid member being adapted to rests upon a shoulder within a bore at the mouth of the cask. The lid is forced into sealing engagement with the shoulder by a plurality of rad ...


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John M Di Martino: Vertical locking system for shipping containers. Robert A Kelly, August 10, 1976: US03973684 (18 worldwide citation)

Means for the releasable vertical securing of stacked shipping containers at their standard corner fittings, particularly in hard to reach areas in a block of containers, is provided by a unitary passive vertical connector having an extended planar base member with a canted post rising out of one ex ...



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