FG PRODUCTS, INC.
|FG PRODUCTS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20120205943||PARTITIONING CARGO SPACES - Some embodiments of a system for partitioning cargo spaces in a temperature-controlled cargo container can include one or more longitudinal panel assemblies with a user-selectable height feature. In such circumstances, a user can readily adjust the overall height of each longitudinal panel assembly while the longitudinal panel assembly is in the trailer so as to accommodate the interior height of the trailer (which might vary from trailer to trailer).||08-16-2012|
|20110254306||SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR VEHICLE INSULATION - According to one or more embodiments, an insulated liner structure for a vehicle includes a number of lightweight, potentially reusable insulated panels that may be attached to form an insulated enclosure, chamber, shell or other similar interior space. In some embodiments, the panels may be constructed with a lightweight single-layer or multi-layer core covered or surrounded by a flexible fabric skin. The panels may be shaped to substantially conform to the interior cargo area of a vehicle, and may include a floor panel, a roof panel, right and left wall panels, and a rear door panel, each of which may include multiple panels or structures.||10-20-2011|
|20110018205||DOOR SEAL SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR TEMPERATURE-CONTROLLED CARGO CONTAINERS - Some embodiments of a cargo container door seal system can provide seal members to hinder leakage of conditioned air along the top edge and the side edges of an access door of a temperature-controlled cargo container. For example, the seal system may include mating seal members proximate to a top edge of a roll-up door of a refrigerated trailer, and may also include flexible side seal members proximate to the left and right side edges of the roll-up door.||01-27-2011|
|20100183398||Partitioning Cargo Spaces - Some embodiments of a system for partitioning cargo spaces in a temperature-controlled cargo container can include one or more longitudinal panel assemblies with a user-selectable height feature. In such circumstances, a user can readily adjust the overall height of each longitudinal panel assembly while the longitudinal panel assembly is in the trailer so as to accommodate the interior height of the trailer (which might vary from trailer to trailer).||07-22-2010|
|20100119323||Systems and Methods for Separating Cargo Spaces - Some embodiments of a system for separating cargo spaces in a temperature-controlled cargo container (such as a refrigerated trailer) can include first and second panels that are mountable in an interior space of the cargo container by a track-mounting system to movably support the first and second half-width bulkhead panels in the trailer. The first and second panels may have a generally flexible construction to absorb impacts from cargo, forklifts, or the like, but may also include stiffening members that are coupled to the first and second panels to provide added rigidity in particular orientations.||05-13-2010|
|20090041558||System and Method for Partitioning Cargo Areas - An improved bulkhead and partition system in which at least two panels are independently attached to mounting members such that each panel can be moved independently. In a preferred embodiment, two bulkheads or panels are slidably attached to separate pairs of ceiling-mounted rails in a refrigerated trailer such that each bulkhead or panel can be independently slid toward the front of a trailer or toward the rear of a trailer to define, in cooperation with a removable center partition wall, a plurality of different cargo areas to be maintained at different temperatures. Alternatively, two bulkheads or panels may advantageously operate without a partition wall such that the panels may be placed side-by-side and fastened together to make a full-width bulkhead.||02-12-2009|
Patent applications by FG PRODUCTS, INC.