Pro-Mart Industries, Inc.
|Pro-Mart Industries, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140097120||COFFEE POD HOLDER AND TRAY WITH MOVABLE DIVIDERS - A coffee pod tray is provided with a plurality of dividers that may be held by a support frame in a first position to form rows for aligning coffee pods of a first size. The dividers are held by the support in a second position to form rows for aligning coffee pods of a second size.||04-10-2014|
|20140091695||SLIDABLE MESH TRAY & CONTAINER - A coffee pod tray is provided with a housing having a slide extending along opposing sides of the housing. A tray configured to hold a plurality of coffee pods has a side frame with an exterior side frame moving along the slide of the housing. The tray has a limit stop formed by a rivet in a top of the housing so the rivet hits the back of the tray to keep the tray from being removed from the housing.||04-03-2014|
|20140048538||SLIDABLE WIRE TRAY & CONTAINER - A housing and tray assembly for holding coffee pods. The housing has a rectangular shape formed by a wire frame. A tray is removably inserted into an opening in the front of the housing. The tray has pairs of dividers defining rows running from the front to the back of the tray. The dividers in each pair are spaced apart a distance so the lips on coffee pods in adjacent rows do not abut. The dividers defining each row are spaced apart so the coffee pods are suspended on the lips of the coffee pods or spaced apart to squeeze and hold the coffee pod body to suspend the coffee pod in the row.||02-20-2014|
|20120299454||COLLAPSIBLE DRAWERS AND CHEST - A collapsible chest of drawers is provided. Front and rear frames are formed with vertical corner posts joined by horizontally aligned shelf supports. Flexible material extends between pairs of shelf supports to form shelves to hold the drawers. The front and rear frames are joined at each side by a side frame having legs rotatably joined in an X shape with the opposing ends of each leg rotatably fastened to a different one of the front and rear frames. The upper or lower legs also translate so the front and rear frames can move toward each other to a collapsed configuration. A folding brace holds the frames in the expanded, use position. The drawers may also be collapsible.||11-29-2012|
|20120267365||COLLAPSIBLE CONTAINER WITH POCKETS - A collapsible container having four tension-loop panels covered by flexible material with each panel joined to two other panels to form an enclosure with opposing top and bottom panels and two opposing side panels, the container having two flexible ends each located on opposing ends of the frames and attached to a plurality of the frames, the container comprises an opening in the one of the panels and at least one interior pocket having two opposing sides with each side fastened to a flexible side panel or flexible end, the interior pocket having an open top.||10-25-2012|
|20120195525||CAROUSEL ORGANIZER WITH STRAPPED SHELVES - A suspended, collapsible carousel has a plurality of horizontal panels joined by vertical flexible walls to form a plurality of collapsible compartments. Hinged shelves have an inner side fastened to the outside of the walls so as to rotate upward toward and downward away from the outer walls. A pair of supports each fastens to an outer side of the shelf and to the panel above the shelf or the adjacent container wall. A strip of material is fastened to the container at the panel perimeters. The strip of material has a fastener with first and second releasably engaging parts which are spaced apart on the strip of material a distance sufficient to form a loop large enough to encircle a purse strap during use when the first and second parts releasably engage.||08-02-2012|
|20120085759||CONNECTOR FOR HANGING COLLAPSIBLE SHELVES - A method and apparatus for joining collapsible containers is provided. The containers have flexible walls joining stiff top and bottom panels with optional intervening compartments in which each compartment typically has a floor panel. At least one hole through the center of the top and bottom panels is aligned and a connector passed through the aligned holes to connect the panels of two different containers together so the lower container hangs from the upper container along the longitudinal axis. A hanger, usually with a hook, passes through the hole in the top panel so the connected containers can be hung from a closet pole.||04-12-2012|
|20120033902||HOUSEHOLD STORAGE CONTAINER - A combined storage apparatus comprises a vacuum storage bag and a storage container is provided. The bottom of the vacuum storage bag forms a stiffened surface. A flexible walled container with sidewalls has pockets formed in two opposing sidewalls and stiffening panels placed into the pockets to stiffen the sidewalls during use while folding flat for shipping. The stiff bottom of the vacuum bag cooperates with the stiffened sidewalls to form a container that can be stacked. After the vacuum storage bag contains an article and is vacuumed, the vacuum storage bag is then placed into the storage container and helps support the side walls to facilitate stacking of the containers.||02-09-2012|
|20110192811||LAUNDRY RACK - A laundry rack is provides having a plurality of scissor linkages formed by pairs of inner and outer legs with each leg having an upper and lower end, with each pair of legs having aligned bores through which each pair of legs are rotationally connected. Each scissor linkage having aligned bores through which cross-members can be connected to join two scissor linkages to form at least a first end frame having at least an upper and lower linkage, and at least two scissor linkages being joinable to form a second end frame having at least an upper and lower linkage. Each end frame having respective first and second elongated latch members. The latch member each having first and second opposing ends that are laterally offset from each other. The first end being rotatably connected to an upper end of the inner leg on the upper scissor linkage and located on an outer side of that upper end. The second end being placed adjacent an inner side of the upper end of the outer leg in the same scissor linkage as the first end during use. The second end of each latch member adapted to releasably connect to a cross member during use.||08-11-2011|
Patent applications by Pro-Mart Industries, Inc.