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1. US20200240098 - Truss-like hydraulic lifting apparatus with plugs

Office
United States of America
Application Number 16319887
Application Date 03.04.2018
Publication Number 20200240098
Publication Date 30.07.2020
Grant Number 10883241
Grant Date 05.01.2021
Publication Kind B2
IPC
E02B 17/08
EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
02HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING; FOUNDATIONS; SOIL-SHIFTING
BHYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
17Artificial islands mounted on piles or like supports, e.g. platforms on raisable legs; Construction methods therefor
04Equipment specially adapted for raising, lowering, or immobilising the working platform relative to the supporting construction
08for raising or lowering
CPC
E02B 17/0809
EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
02HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING; FOUNDATIONS; SOIL SHIFTING
BHYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
17Artificial islands mounted on piles or like supports, e.g. platforms on raisable legs ; or offshore constructions; Construction methods therefor
04Equipment specially adapted for raising, lowering, or immobilising the working platform relative to the supporting construction
08for raising or lowering
0809the equipment being hydraulically actuated
Applicants XIBOHAN (SHANGHAI) MARINE EQUIPMENT TECHNOLOGY CO. LTD.
Inventors Yongdong Chen
Agents Sand, Sebolt & Wernow Co., LPA
Title
(EN) Truss-like hydraulic lifting apparatus with plugs
Abstract
(EN)

A truss-like hydraulic lifting apparatus with plugs including a pile reinforcing frame, a truss structure extending through and mounted within the pile reinforcing frame and a first number of uniformly disposed support legs, each having a support leg inserting hole. A first number of power source devices each has a plug corresponding to the support leg inserting hole. A detachable mechanism is provided for detachably fixing each of the power source devices to the pile reinforcing frame. The detachable mechanism includes a base plate laterally fixed relative to the pile reinforcing frame and having an opening through which the support leg vertically passes and forms a protective cap above the power source device. The lateral dimension of the protective cap is larger than the lateral dimension of the power source device.