Abstract: A bulkhead is provided. The bulkhead includes a panel with that extends between first and second primary and secondary edges that are perpendicular to each other. The first side supports a first plurality of brackets and a second plurality of brackets, the first plurality of brackets disposed on a first side of a secondary centerline of the panel that is parallel to the first and second secondary edges, the second plurality of brackets disposed on a second side of the secondary centerline that is opposite from the first side of the secondary centerline. Each of the first plurality of brackets and the second plurality of brackets includes an engaging portion that contacts the first side of the panel and a cantilevered portion that extends away from the first side of the panel and toward the secondary centerline.
Abstract: A module integrated circuit (IC) carrier is used to move module ICs through a testing machine. The module IC carrier has a housing with a pair of installation elements installed parallel to one another in a receiving space of the housing. A plurality of holding members are installed on each of the installation elements. Each holding member on one of the installation elements faces a corresponding holding member on the other of the installation elements. Module ICs are held between corresponding pairs of the holding members. The holding elements can be biased towards each other to help hold the module ICs. Each holding element may include a rotator with a grooved edge which helps to hold a module IC, and which allows the module ICs to be easily inserted into and removed from the carrier.
October 28, 1999
Date of Patent:
July 30, 2002
Sang Soo Lee, Wan Gu Lee, Jong Won Kim, Hee Soo Kim, Young Hak Oh, Dong Chun Lee
Abstract: A box disposed in a car trunk includes a bottom, two opposite first walls and two opposite second walls, the bottom having at least one slit defined therein, each of two first walls having a protrusion extending from an inner peripheral surface thereof and the protrusion having a first hole defined in a distal end thereof for a first separate board pivotally engaged between the two protrusions wherein the first separate board is positioned by inserting an inserting plate extending from an lower edge of the first separate board into the slit, each of the first walls and the second walls having a flange extending transversely from an upper edge thereof and a first position hole defined in the second walls near the flange and a second position hole defined in the flange corresponding the first position hole, a sliding member disposed to each of two ends of the first separate board and engaged with the second position hole via the first position hole, at least one second separate board disposed between the second
Abstract: A pressure vessel for holding a cartridge, loose media, and the like for conditioning and/or purifying fluid, comprises a cover having a top wall and a side wall extending downwardly therefrom, the side wall having an inner surface, a bowl positioned below the cover and having a bottom wall and a side wall extending upwardly therefrom the side wall having an outer surface, sealing device between the cover and the bowl for sealing between the cover and the bowl, and securing device for securing the cover to the bowl, the securing device including a track comprising a first groove formed in the inner surface of the side wall of the cover and a second groove formed in the outer surface of the side wall of the bowl and being aligned with the first groove, an opening formed in the cover for providing an entrance to the track, and a flexible shear rod received in said track.
Abstract: A Postal Tray Adjustable Organizer, comprising a translucent framework comprising an upright portion, and a flat bottom portion, slideably affixed into the inner cavity of a Postal Tray, the Postal Tray being either of the flexible, or of the solid side structure, the translucent framework having a spring loaded, sidewardly extending shaft, affixed onto the bottommost peripheral of the upright portion of the translucent framework. For use in a Postal Tray fabricated of a flexible, less costly design, the translucent framework having a flat metal strip affixed along the uppermost peripheral of the upright portion, the metal strip being bent downwardly along the outside side of the flexible Postal Tray, thereby trapping the side material of the flexible Postal Tray between the flat metal strip, and the spring loaded shaft ends. In this manner, the remaining mail in the Postal Tray is secured in the upright position, as the mail is delivered.
Abstract: A file stop for index card trays, file drawers and the like is provided. The file stop is comprised of a plate-like member bent at a substantially right angle and a tubular telescoping element attached to the back of the upright portion of the plate-like member. The telescoping element is adjustable so that the ends can be placed in biased relation with the side walls of the card tray, file drawer or the like. The file stop is further held in place by means of abrasive surfacing on the ends of the tubular telescoping element.
Abstract: A closure is provided for selectively closing an opening of a container, including a base element arranged to be affixed to a container adjacent an opening therein. In one embodiment, the closure is provided with tamper-evident film fixed to the base element, and a control element is pivotally movable relative to the base element between open and closed position. When the base element is affixed to the container, the tamper-evident film obstructs the container opening. When the control element pivots to the open position, the tamper-evident film is visible, and can be punctured or otherwise removed. According to another embodiment of the invention, a closure is provided for a container having a tamper-evident film secured thereto overlying the opening in a container.
Abstract: A container for viscous materials having volatile components is constructed to have substantial transparency. The container includes a tubular housing having first and second closing structures at opposite ends. The housing may be entirely constructed of amorphous nylon, but preferably is formed as a laminate having a relatively thin inner lining of high barrier amorphous nylon and an outer sleeve of low barrier plastic, such as plyethylene terephthalate. In one embodiment the container is adapted for caulking compounds wherein the first closing structure is an end wall, nozzle and snout assembly and wherein the second closing structure is defined by a moveable piston slideably received in the housing interior.