Dan P Deitz, Age 77869 County Road 298, Hillsboro, AL 35643

Dan Deitz Phones & Addresses

869 County Road 298, Hillsboro, AL 35643 (256) 974-7254 (256) 974-8750

Hixson, TN

Arley, AL

869 County Road 298, Hillsboro, AL 35643 (256) 603-0778

Work

Position: Professional/Technical

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

Emails

d***z@verizon.net

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Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Dan Deitz
Incorporator
The Church of God of Moulton Moulton, AL

Publications

Us Patents

Vehicle For Transporting Loads

US Patent:
5165838, Nov 24, 1992
Filed:
Nov 4, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/787078
Inventors:
David K. Kallansrude - Huntsville AL
William C. Aiken - Toney AL
Dan P. Deitz - Hillsboro AL
William D. Powelson - Madison AL
Assignee:
Teledyne Industries, Inc. - Los Angeles CA
International Classification:
B60P 134
US Classification:
414471
Abstract:
A vehicle having a suspension control system that is especially applicable to an aircargo transport loader which is adapted for storage in a cargo hold of an aircraft. The suspension control system utilizes sensors to monitor the clearance between the vehicle and an underlying or overlying surface such as the ramp leading into a cargo hold or the roof of the cargo hold. The sensors relay information concerning clearance to a central control where the necessary suspension adjustments are made to allow the vehicle to avoid a clearance problem once travel is continued after stopping for the suspension adjustment. The system allows for suspension adjustments to be made either automatically or manually. The invention also includes an under deck support system which allows for limited pitch, yaw, roll and side to side adjustments to be made to the deck with respect to the underlying base frame. The invention further includes a cab relocation system which features a hinged deck section which can be varied from a first position where it covers a deck cutout formed to receive the laterally adjustable operator's cab to a second position where the cutout is uncovered.

Vehicle For Transporting Loads

US Patent:
5110153, May 5, 1992
Filed:
Sep 6, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/578507
Inventors:
David K. Kallansrude - Huntsville AL
William C. Aiken - Toney AL
Dan P. Deitz - Hillsboro AL
William D. Powelson - Madison AL
Assignee:
Teledyne Industries, Inc. - Los Angeles CA
International Classification:
B60G 1700
US Classification:
283707
Abstract:
A vehicle having a suspension control system that is especially applicable to an aircargo transport loader which is adapted for storage in a cargo hold of an aircraft. The suspension control system utilizes sensors to monitor the clearance between the vehicle and an underlying or overlying surface such as the ramp leading into a cargo hold or the roof of the cargo hold. The sensors relay information concerning clearance to a central control where the necessary suspension adjustments are made to allow the vehicle to avoid a clearance problem once travel is continued after stopping for the suspension adjustment. The system allows for suspension adjustments to be made either automatically or manually. The invention also includes an under deck support system which allows for limited pitch, yaw, roll and side to side adjustments to be made to the deck with respect to the underlying base frame. The invention further includes a cab relocation system which features a hinged deck section which can be varied from a first position where it covers a deck cutout formed to receive the laterally adjustable operator's cab to a second position where the cutout is uncovered.

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