Abstract: The present invention relates to a special structure for child safety seats intended to be used in motor vehicles that significantly reinforces them in order to resist, with greater guarantees, the crash or collision to which vehicles are exposed, both in the event of colliding with another vehicle and in the event of colliding with a certain obstacle. This new and advantageous structure for child safety seats comprises a seat rest, a backrest, two sides and a headrest, formed by a rigid frame. More specifically, it basically comprises a base frame, a backwards frame tilted joined at the bottom to the front part of the base frame and a vertical support solidly connected to the base frame and to the tilted frame, whose frame receives the coupling of components that constitute the support of the constituent parts of the seat, such as the base, sides and headrest, whose parts are formed from blocks of pressure-absorbing lightweight material.
Abstract: The aim of this invention is to facilitate a solution to this problem of replacing the five-point straps from the child's chair with the car's own safety belt and vice versa, so that anyone can manage to change between these two infant seat layouts without difficulty, in a totally reliable manner (i.e., fool proof), and in a totally efficient way, to achieve these advantages, the infant seat proposed by this invention has a particular structure that enables the straps to be stored in a concealed place without affecting the comfort and safety of the seat, and additionally, it comprises means related to the mechanism by which the headrest of the seat is lifted as the child grows.
Abstract: The object of this patent is a device for fitting seats to the chassis of baby carriages. It comprises an anchoring mechanism at each side of the seat for securing the seat in corresponding recipient elements on the chassis of the baby carriage, characterized in that the recipient element is composed of a junction box into which the anchoring mechanism fits. This box rotates around a transverse shaft and has means to limit said rotation. The device can incorporate seats requiring a specific inclination for correct folding.
Abstract: The invention refers to a motor vehicle child safety seat comprising a support with means of side anchoring to the vehicle and a telescopic leg for support on the floor of the vehicle, characterized by the fact that the support is made up of a sloping frame, with means for anchoring it and having means to adjust the its length, so that by varying the length of the leg, you can change the slope of the support and thus the tilt of the chair. Thus, it is not necessary that the seat comprises means of conventional articulation to achieve the tilt of the chair.
Abstract: A foldable chassis for a child's pushchair that includes an inverted U-shaped handlebar mounted to a pair of side arms that are connected to a pair of front legs, a pair of rear legs, a scissor frame and two side cross members that link the front legs to the rear legs, and a locking compass connected between a pair of rear wheels, wherein each front leg is connected to a front wheel by an articulated section that is pivotally connected to the front leg and to an adjacent front wheel support to which a front wheel is mounted, so that, as the chassis is folded, the articulated sections reduce a length of the folded chassis.
Abstract: This invention refers to a suspension for baby pushchairs, characterised in that it has a block that has two suspension elements acting independently, each of which is joined to the support of one of the pushchair wheels. This block is fitted to the chassis of the pushchair. This suspension, of simple and tough appearance, forms a single unit for the two wheels of the baby pushchair, generally the rear wheels, achieving an independent damping for each of them.
Abstract: A body for carrycots and similar is very simple and of reduced weight, the manufacture of which does not require any additional assembly, with everything necessary integrated into the part forming the body. The carrycot body includes two similar superposed receptacles that are joined together by the peripheries of their mouths, with the upper receptacle, which forms the interior part of the indicated body, being made of a lightweight material and the lower receptacle, which forms the exterior part of the body, being made of a strong material.
Abstract: A method includes a first stage manufacturing a first receptacle that is lightweight, corresponding to the inner part of the body. In a second stage a second receptacle is manufactured, that is resistant, corresponding to the outer part of the body. In a third stage the first receptacle is attached to the second receptacle, and they are joined peripherally by the edges of the mouths thereof. The first receptacle is to be manufactured advantageously by extruding a foamy material, and the second receptacle by injecting a resin with fibre glass. And the attachment between the first and the second receptacles is made with any conventional system.
Abstract: A chassis for two-seat children's pushchairs. The chassis includes front and rear legs with wheels and a handle. Each side of the chassis presents a coupling for two supports at different heights for separable assembly of the two seats, with the upper support in a forward position and the lower support in a rear position. The upper support is coupled in an inclined manner towards the front in the core where the handle, front and rear legs and the lower are articulately coupled and the lower support coupled to the rear leg.
Abstract: This device includes anchoring mechanism being actuated by a rope and fitted to respective attachments being provided on the pram. The device has two portions namely being a first one (1) being provided at the lower end of the handle and having a cavity (5) in an angularly tiltable arrangement housing an action element (6) being fit to act on the anchoring mechanism (7), and a second portion (2) being solid with the carrycot seat (4) or carrycot and including the anchoring mechanism (7). The action element (6) is made up by an arcuate part one (6?) of whose ends is arranged in a pivoting arrangement at the angular end (5?) of the cavity (5), the arcuate part being at its other end (6?) linked to the pulling rope (8). The action element (6) is fit to act on the bent upper end (9) of a rod (10) pertaining to the anchoring mechanism (7).
Abstract: An infant seat for motorcars includes anchor being operable to engage a receiving element being provided in the motorcar. The infant seat has a framework fixedly attached to the lower face of the base of the seat and is fitted with the anchor, the anchor being actuated by a pneumatic device being fitted to the framework and actuated by a control being made up by an articulated lever, the control being accessible through the front edge of the base of the seat, the manual controls being operable for deactivating the anchor being found at the front edge.
Abstract: A device for fitting seats and the like to the chassis of baby carriages includes at each side of the seat a respective anchoring mechanism for a direct anchoring at corresponding attachments provided at the chassis of the baby carriage. The anchoring mechanism is housed in a body inferiorly having a projection having a slanted edge adapted to shift a transverse pin slidably fitted in a box making up the attachment provided at the chassis when the aforementioned body is fitted to the box. The transverse pin is linked to a spring adapted to take said transverse pin back to its initial position when the action of the aforementioned projection having a slanted edge has ceased. A control is exteriorly fitted to the body housing the anchoring mechanism, the control being linked to said mechanism and when actuated releasing the anchored state.