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US20090020661: Attachment system

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Filing Information

Inventor(s) Joseph E. Ludwig · James G. Prete ·
Assignee(s) Intigral, Inc. ·
Correspondent FAY SHARPE LLP ·
Application Number US11986898
Filing date 11/27/2007
Publication date 01/22/2009
Predicted expiration date 11/27/2027
U.S. Classifications 248/129  · 248/510  ·
International Classifications A44B2100  · A47K104  ·
Kind CodeA1
34 Claims, 15 Drawings


Abstract

An improved method for holding a cushioning media on a glass transportation cart. The holding arrangement and method can allow for easy replacement of the cushioning media and extend the operational lifespan of the cushioning media.

Independent Claims | See all claims (34)

  1. 1. An attachment arrangement to releasably secure a cushioning media to the glass transportation cart, said attachment arrangement including a rail having a base portion, two side walls extending upwardly from said base portion to form a channel between the two side walls, said channel designed to at least partially support the cushioning media along at least a majority of a longitudinal length of the cushioning media that is positioned in said channel.
  2. 33. A method for securing a cushioning media a glass transportation cart so that the cushioning media is support along at least a majority of a base of the cushioning media, said method comprising: a. providing an attachment arrangement, said attachment arrangement including a rail having a base portion, two side walls extending upwardly from said base portion to form a channel between the two side walls, said channel designed to at least partially support the cushioning media along at least a majority of a longitudinal length of the cushioning media that is positioned in said channel; b. securing said rail to the glass transportation cart; c. inserting said cushioning media into said channel, said cushioning media having a thickness that is greater than a height of said two side walls.

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