Richard Heindl has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Abstract: A drive train arrangement for a tracked or two-wheel drive utility vehicle including a transmission and differential axle. The transmission has on a first side a rotatably driven input adapted to couple to the output of a motive power unit of the vehicle, and on a second side opposed to the first, an output shaft. The differential axle unit, which may be a steering differential, has an input coupled with the transmission unit output shaft and a pair of output shafts operationally coupled with the input via a plurality of planetary gear sets. The transmission unit output shaft extends outwardly of the unit also on the first side, and has a vehicle brake assembly mounted to the output shaft on the first side.
Abstract: The invention relates to a profiled connection section with a constant cross-section for coupling at least two Larssen sheet piles (Sx, Sy, Sz) at an angle of 90°, comprising two identically designed hooked strips (12,14; 42,44,46; 62,64,66; 82, 84; 102; 104; 106). Each hooked strip (12, 14; 42, 44, 46; 62, 64, 66; 82, 84; 102; 104; 106) has a hook-shaped hook section (16), a lock base (18, 24; 50; 68, 70; 88; 110) which adjoins one end of the hook section (16) and runs in a straight manner, and a stop (20, 26; 48, 52; 72, 74; 86, 90; 108) which adjoins the lock base perpendicularly to the lock base (18, 24; 50; 68, 70; 88; 110).