||WO||WO/2013/093650 - DISPENSING CLOSURE||27.06.2013||
||PCT/IB2012/050626||ISOLINE EU, S.R.O.||Pichrt, Vladislav|
The dispensing closure consisting of a closure body with dispensing-metering chambers has the dispensing closure body (1) which has in its bottom part at least two chambers (3) passing into an upper guiding part of the body (1) having a form of guides (2), the cross- section of which coincides with the cross-sections of the chambers (3) in the transition point, while in each of the chambers (3) a piston (4) is situated, having in its upper part a lock preventing unintentional twisting-off of the plastic cover (5), and on its bottom side the piston (4) is fitted with a plastic cutter for perforation of the covering foil (6), while the body (1) containing the pistons (4) is sheltered from upside with a rotationally fitted plastic cover (5) featuring a separable lock (7) preventing any intervention, while the chambers (3) are closed from the body (1) downside with a covering foil (6). The chambers (3) of the dispensing closure are shaped in a form of equal-armed triangle, the longest side of which has a form of circular sector. The piston (4) is hollow in the direction from the circular side of the piston (4) towards the centre. The separable lock (7) against intervention is fitted with an attachment ring. The plastic cutter of the piston (4) is shaped as an extension of the circular edge of the piston (4).
||WO||WO/2013/083096 - STATIONARY FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM, ESPECIALLY FOR TUNNELS AND ENCLOSED AREAS||13.06.2013||
||PCT/CZ2011/000113||KPM CONSULT, A.S.||VĚŽNÍK, Miloslav|
The stable fire extinguishing system, especially for tunnels and enclosed areas, comprising fire fighting unit (1) connected with sensors, and with the control module (6) through the switching module (13), and with the power supply (2), which use the explosion to disperse the powder extinguishing agent to extinguish fire. Its principle consist of the fire fighting units (1) arranged on both the walls (3) of a tunnel or enclosed area so that every fire fighting unit (1) is placed in front with the middle point between two adjacent fire fighting units (1) arranged on the opposite wall of the tunnel or enclosed area. Every fire fighting unit (1) comprises at least, two fire fighting segments (8) with the extinguishing charge arranged inside the hermetically sealed container (11) together with the explosive charge. Every fire fighting unit (1) comprises the switching module (13) with the sensors for fast and direct indication of the centre of fire. The particular fire fighting units (1) are connected to the control module (6) which is connected both to the power supply (2) and to the closed data network (4).
||WO||WO/2013/048962 - CASTING PROCESS FOR RAILCAR COUPLER THROWERS||04.04.2013||
||PCT/US2012/056895||BEDLOE INDUSTRIES LLC||NIBOUAR, F., Andrew|
A method for casting at least one thrower for a railcar coupler includes creating a mold box that is vertically parted in halves, each half defining a side of at least one thrower cavity and that includes at least a portion of a sprue at a location above the at least one thrower cavity, the at least one thrower cavity also being oriented vertically; pouring molten metal into the mold box through the sprue and into the at least one thrower cavity while the mold is oriented vertically; and shaking out the mold box to release the at least one thrower after the at least one thrower has cooled. Creating the mold box may be executed through a cold shell process. The halves of the mold box may include reflective images of the sides of two thrower cavities and an ingate connected between the sprue and one of the two thrower cavities, such that the molten metal passes through each of the ingates into respective hubs of the two thrower cavities, to cast the two throwers simultaneously.
||WO||WO/2012/162024 - RAILCAR COUPLER CORE WITH VERTICAL PARTING LINE AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURE||29.11.2012||
||PCT/US2012/037907||BEDLOE INDUSTRIES LLC||NIBOUAR, F. Andrew|
A method of casting a core includes the steps of preparing a first half of a corebox (192), preparing a second half of a corebox (192) such that the parting line of a core formed from the first and second coreboxes runs along the vertical axis of the core.
||WO||WO/2012/162030 - RAILCAR COUPLER KNUCKLE CORES AND KNUCKLES PRODUCED BY SAID CORES||29.11.2012||
||PCT/US2012/037952||BEDLOE INDUSTRIES LLC||NIBOUAR, F., Andrew|
A core assembly for forming the interior spaces of a railcar coupler knuckle has a first transition section (62) between the C-10 portion (50) of the core and the finger portion (48) of the core. The first transition section (62) has a first side (82), a second side (84), a third side (88) and a fourth side (90) and the first and second sides form the vertical axis (86) of the first transition section (62) and the third and fourth sides form the horizontal axis (92) of said first transition section (62). The vertical axis (86) of the first transition section (62) has a height along a horizontal plane of the vertical axis (86) of at least 2.5" and the horizontal axis (92) of said first transition section (62) has a width along a vertical plane of the horizontal axis (92) of at least 0.925".
||WO||WO/2012/162029 - RAILCAR COUPLER KNUCKLE CORES WITH REAR CORE SUPPORT||29.11.2012||
||PCT/US2012/037949||BEDLOE INDUSTRIES LLC||NIBOUAR, F., Andrew|
A core assembly for creating interior spaces in a railcar coupler knuckle is designed to be set in a cavity with cope and drag sections. The cavity is shaped to form a railcar coupler knuckle and includes a first wall that forms the substantially vertical outside wall of the tail of the knuckle. The core includes a kidney section (50) with a rear core sup¬ port section (156) that extends at least 0.5" outside the first wall of the cavity when the core is set in the drag.
||WO||WO/2012/162034 - INTERLOCK FEATURE FOR RAILCAR CORES||29.11.2012||
||PCT/US2012/037980||BEDLOE INDUSTRIES LLC.||NIBOUAR, F., Andrew|
An interlock feature for railcar core comprises a lug on a first core, a slot on a second core, a first positive stop surface, and a second positive stop surface.
||WO||WO/2012/158663 - SIDE FRAME AND BOLSTER FOR A RAILWAY TRUCK AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME||22.11.2012||
||PCT/US2012/037880||NEVIS INDUSTRIES LLC||GOTLUND, Erik|
A method for manufacturing a bolster of a railway car truck includes providing a drag portion and a cope portion of a mold. In a main body section of the mold, a parting line that separates the drag portion from the cope portion is substantially centered between portions of the mold that define brake window openings in sides of the bolster. One or more cores are inserted into the mold and a molten material is poured into the mold to thereby case the bolster.
||WO||WO/2012/158713 - SIDE FRAME AND BOLSTER FOR A RAILWAY TRUCK AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME||22.11.2012||
||PCT/US2012/037984||NEVIS INDUSTRIES LLC||GOTLUND, Erick|
A method of manufacturing a side frame of a rail car, where the side frame includes a pair of pedestals for mounting wheel sets, includes providing a side frame pattern for forming a drag portion and a cope portion of a mold. Cores that define an interior region of a cast side frame are also provided. The side frame pattern and the cores are configured to constrain a spacing between the pair of pedestals to within about ±.038 inches.
||WO||WO/2012/158695 - SIDE FRAME AND BOLSTER FOR A RAILWAY TRUCK AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME||22.11.2012||
||PCT/US2012/037946||NEVIS INDUSTRIES LLC||GOTLUND, Erik|
A method of manufacturing a bolster of a rail car that includes a pair of shoe pockets at respective ends configured to be inserted into bolster openings of respective side frames includes providing a bolster pattern for forming a drag portion and cope portion of a mold. Cores that define an interior region of a cast bolster are also provided. The bolster pattern and the cores are configured to constrain shoe pocket angles within about +-.5°.