Carleton Life Support Systems, Inc.
|Carleton Life Support Systems, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140367249||COMPOSITE ELECTROLYTE CONSISTING OF FULLY STABILIZED ZIRCONIA AND PARTIALLY STABILIZED ZIRCONIA - Composite electrolyte materials comprising at least one component from fully stabilized zirconia (such as 10Sc1CeSZ) and at least one component from partially stabilized zirconia (such as 6SclCeSZ) as the electrolyte material for solid state electrochemical devices.||12-18-2014|
|20140059816||Buckle Release Mechanism - Disclosed is a buckle release mechanism. The release mechanism can be used to couple together various types of straps, webbing or belts. In one particular embodiment, the release mechanism forms part of a parachute canopy for a pilot's harness. The mechanism includes a housing with a locking mechanism. The locking mechanism employs two rotatable locking pins with associated cams and openings. An opening is formed within the housing for receiving a yoke. A striker plate with opposing lugs is formed at one end of the yoke. The lugs cooperate with the locking pins to either retain or reject the striker plate within the housing.||03-06-2014|
|20140013951||Thermal Conditioning for Air Separation Modules - Thermal conditioning for an area surrounding one or more air separation canisters includes directing the exhaust gas of the thermal conditioning unit to the area surrounding the canisters. The area may be defined by a housing in which the canisters are positioned.||01-16-2014|
|20130139381||Spring with Multiple Conducting Coils - An electrically conductive spring having first and second coils defining first and second electrical pathways for completing an electric circuit between two components which may move relative to each other. In one embodiment, the spring is a double start helical spring with first and second coils extending between respective, electrically insulated ends with the coils extending in alternating, spaced relation to each other.||06-06-2013|
Patent applications by Carleton Life Support Systems, Inc.