Search

Paul Sigaty Phones & Addresses

  • 382267 Spillway Dr, Aberdeen, SD 57401 (605) 229-4992

Publications

Us Patents

Roll-Up Tarp Apparatus

View page
US Patent:
8226150, Jul 24, 2012
Filed:
May 8, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/463049
Inventors:
Charles M. Schmeichel - Jamestown ND, US
Paul D. Sigaty - Aberdeen SD, US
Assignee:
Agri-Cover, Inc - Jamestown ND
International Classification:
B60J 11/02
US Classification:
296 98, 29610015, 29610016
Abstract:
A roll-up tarp apparatus for a truck box having first and second ends, first and second longitudinal sides and an open top. The apparatus includes a tarp, a roll bar, an arm and a biasing member. The first longitudinal edge of the tarp is interconnected to the first longitudinal side of the truck box and the second longitudinal edge of the tarp is attached to the roll bar member. The roll bar is operatively connected to the truck box and is rotatably movable between the first and second longitudinal sides of the truck box, which enables the tarp to close or open the truck box. At least one biasing member is operatively connected to the roll bar or the arm, with the biasing member able to exert a tensioning force in the direction of the second longitudinal side of the truck box so that the tarp is under tension.

Roll-Up Tarp Apparatus

View page
US Patent:
8534742, Sep 17, 2013
Filed:
Jun 25, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/531767
Inventors:
Charles M. Schmeichel - Jamestown ND, US
Paul D. Sigaty - Aberdeen SD, US
Assignee:
Agri-Cover, Inc. - Jamestown ND
International Classification:
B60P 7/04
US Classification:
296 98
Abstract:
A roll-up tarp apparatus for a truck box having first and second ends, first and second longitudinal sides and an open top. The apparatus includes a tarp, a roll bar, an arm and a biasing member. The first longitudinal edge of the tarp is interconnected to the first longitudinal side of the truck box and the second longitudinal edge of the tarp is attached to the roll bar member. The roll bar is operatively connected to the truck box and is rotatably movable between the first and second longitudinal sides of the truck box, which enables the tarp to close or open the truck box. At least one biasing member is operatively connected to the roll bar or the arm, with the biasing member able to exert a tensioning force in the direction of the second longitudinal side of the truck box so that the tarp is under tension.

Magnetic Keeper Accessory For Wrench Sockets

View page
US Patent:
6006630, Dec 28, 1999
Filed:
Aug 12, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/919596
Inventors:
Richard A. Vasichek - Brocket ND
Robert J. Vasichek - Michigan ND
Gregory J. Grote - Aberdeen SD
Paul D. Sigaty - Aberdeen SD
Assignee:
Vasichek Enterprises LLC - Brocket ND
International Classification:
B25B 1302
US Classification:
81125
Abstract:
An accessory (10) for a wrench socket (12) is disclosed including a generally cylindrical magnet (32) secured to a generally cylindrical, nonmagnetic, compressible disk (26) which snugly fits within the well (14) and magnetically insulates the magnet (32) from the socket (12). Specifically, the magnet (32) is received in a frustoconical recess (46) formed in the disk (26) while its temperature is elevated allowing the disk material to flex and stretch during the insertion of the magnet (32) into the recess (46). The magnet (32) is nickel-plated (43) and its corners are beveled (41) for ease of insertion of the magnet (32) into the recess (46). Air is received within a pocket (51) extending from the recess (46) and/or vented to the atmosphere through a vent hole (53) as the magnet (32) is forced into the recess (46). The accessory (10) is removably insertable into the socket (12) of any design and model and without need for modification of the socket (12) and captures a fastener (16) slideably received in the well (14) of the socket (12) to magnetically hold the fastener (16) captive in the well (14) as the socket (12) is moved to the fastening location while not magnetizing the socket (12) or the fastener (16) sufficiently to be detrimentally magnetically attracted to metal adjacent to the fastening location. In the most preferred form, a set of multiple accessories (10) are interconnected together by strips (62) integrally extending between the disks (26) for ease of fabrication and packaging but which can be manually broken to allow separation.
Paul D Sigaty from Aberdeen, SD, age ~60 Get Report