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US Patent: 5,407,170
Lockable Equipment Hanger Assembly
Patentees:
George R. Slivon - Kenosha, WI
Ronald J. Kirsch - Kenosha, WI
Charles H. Heiligenthal - Kenosha, WI

USPTO Classifications:
211/7, 211/70.1, 248/213.2, 248/304, 248/552

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Assignees:
Snap-On, Inc. - Kenosha, WI

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
none listed

Patent Dates:
Applied: Jun. 25, 1992
Granted: Apr. 18, 1995

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Description:
Emrich & Dithmar - patent attorneys

Abstract

A hanger assembly includes a one-piece sheet metal bracket with a channel-shaped flange for hooking over the upper edge of the side wall of an associated cabinet. The bracket has a forwardly projecting, elongated channel formed therein and extending the length thereof with a plurality of holes therethrough for receiving the threaded ends of hook-like hanger members, which are fastened by nuts. The distal ends of the hooks have apertures therethrough. The hooks may be received through complementary openings in associated equipment, such as a creeper. Hanging articles are retained in place by a retaining rod having one end receivable through an aperture in one hook and having an eyelet at the other end for receiving the distal end of another hook. A padlock shackle may be received through the aperture in the other hook to look the retaining rod in place. Various numbers of hooks may be mounted on the bracket in a variety of spacings and arrangements.

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