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1. (IN2185/MUMNP/2007) SECURITY SYSTEM FOR ENTRANCE BARRIERS

Office : India
Application Number: 2185/MUMNP/2007 Application Date: 24.12.2007
Publication Number: 2185/MUMNP/2007 Publication Date: 01.02.2008
Grant Number: 277439 Grant Date: 25.11.2016
Publication Kind : B
Prior PCT appl.: Application Number:PCTUS2006026449 ; Publication Number:WO2007006029A1 Click to see the data
IPC:
E05C 19/00
E FIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
05
LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
C
BOLTS OR FASTENING DEVICES FOR WINGS, SPECIALLY FOR DOORS OR WINDOWS
19
Other devices specially designed for securing wings
Applicants: DANIELS RON RANDALL
DANIELS SHEILA MARTHA
BROWNE RONALD ODLIN
Inventors: DANIELS RON RANDALL
DANIELS SHEILA MARTHA
BROWNE RONALD ODLIN
Priority Data: 60/696,075 01.07.2005 US
Title: (EN) SECURITY SYSTEM FOR ENTRANCE BARRIERS
Abstract:
(EN) An improved security system (100) is provided and comprises a member (35) associated with the barrier, whether internal or external to the barrier, and adapted to extend from a first length to a second length. An actuation mechanism (24,15,25) is coupled to the member and is adapted to extend the member from the first length to the second length and to contract the member from the second length to the first length. A receptacle (36) is provided adjacent the barrier for receiving a portion of the member when the member is extended by the actuating mechanism. A hinge assembly (30) is provided and is disposed substantially opposite the receptacle and adjacent the barrier and is coupled to another end of the member, such that when the member is actuated to the extended position, the member, receptacle and hinge assembly form a security system to prevent unwanted entrance through the barrier.
Also published as:
NZ564582MXMX/a/2008/000102KR1020080095832EP1907655ZA2008/00122JP2009500544
EP2392754CN101351608AU2006264343IDW00200704308WO/2007/006029