WO2017096443A1 - Mobile survival armour, shield or cell: comfortable individual protection structures surrounding the body, attached like a backpack - Google Patents

Mobile survival armour, shield or cell: comfortable individual protection structures surrounding the body, attached like a backpack Download PDF

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WO2017096443A1
WO2017096443A1 PCT/BR2015/050237 BR2015050237W WO2017096443A1 WO 2017096443 A1 WO2017096443 A1 WO 2017096443A1 BR 2015050237 W BR2015050237 W BR 2015050237W WO 2017096443 A1 WO2017096443 A1 WO 2017096443A1
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Sonia Regina De Castro
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45BWALKING STICKS; UMBRELLAS; LADIES' OR LIKE FANS
    • A45B11/00Umbrellas characterised by their shape or attachment
    • A45B11/02Umbrellas characterised by their shape or attachment attached to the body of the user
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60RVEHICLES, VEHICLE FITTINGS, OR VEHICLE PARTS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B60R21/00Arrangements or fittings on vehicles for protecting or preventing injuries to occupants or pedestrians in case of accidents or other traffic risks
    • B60R21/02Occupant safety arrangements or fittings, e.g. crash pads
    • B60R21/06Safety nets, transparent sheets, curtains, or the like, e.g. between occupants and glass
    • B60R21/08Safety nets, transparent sheets, curtains, or the like, e.g. between occupants and glass automatically movable from an inoperative to an operative position, e.g. in a collision
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B62LAND VEHICLES FOR TRAVELLING OTHERWISE THAN ON RAILS
    • B62JCYCLE SADDLES OR SEATS; ACCESSORIES PECULIAR TO CYCLES AND NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR, e.g. ARTICLE CARRIERS, CYCLE PROTECTORS
    • B62J17/00Weather guards for riders; Fairings or streamlining parts not otherwise provided for
    • B62J17/08Hoods protecting the rider
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B62LAND VEHICLES FOR TRAVELLING OTHERWISE THAN ON RAILS
    • B62JCYCLE SADDLES OR SEATS; ACCESSORIES PECULIAR TO CYCLES AND NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR, e.g. ARTICLE CARRIERS, CYCLE PROTECTORS
    • B62J27/00Safety equipment, e.g. crash bars

Abstract

Protection devices are attached by straps like a backpack, leaving the arms and legs free, without creating heat or discomfort. The main models are made of strong materials and can surround either the head alone or the entire body: the back, the upper and side areas of the body, extending to the front of the body in some areas and possibly to the feet, although separate parts are provided for the feet. These devices are suitable for situations involving the risk of falls, impacts or projectiles, such as working on ladders, roofs, etc.; policing, security and armed forces operations; sports such as mountain climbing, skiing, etc.; driving on motorcycles and the like. The devices can comprise a flexible helmet in the inner part and be attached to lighter devices, such as delta wings, bicycles, etc. A simplified version is used only to hold an umbrella or the like.

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ARMADUPvA, SHIELD OR CELL MOBILE

SURVIVAL: PROTECTION OF INDIVIDUAL STRUCTURES COMFORTABLE IN BODY AROUND, FIXED AS A BACKPACK

protective gear set by similarly belts to a backpack, leaving arms and legs free. The main models are made of materials resistant; may be just around the head or whole body: the back, the top and sides, moving forward in some points and eventually to the feet, but there are separate pieces for the feet. They are suitable for situations involving risk of fall, shock or projectiles, such as work on ladders, roofs, etc; Police and military activity; various sports such as climbing, skiing, etc; and to ride motorcycles and the like. They may have a flexible helmet indoors and be fixed in lighter equipment such as hang gliding, cycling, etc. A simplified version serves only to sustain umbrella or similar.

Background art

Today work on ladders, roofs, poles and other top sites are made only with helmet and seat belts. flight equipment, bicycles, motorcycles, etc. They are used only with helmet. The shields are typically used only in front and insured hands, hindering the handling of weapons. The umbrellas are insured by hand.

The application of metal tubes enables this design by the use of a structure as presented in previous applications termed Curvilinear Integral Structure. But in previous applications, the protective structures applied only to motorcycles and the like. They were all around the vehicle and required the installation of support structures, with supports attached to the vehicle. The occupants: driver and passenger, were set in the same equipment. The weight of two people and the size of the structure made it difficult to eject the impact of an accident.

There was a favorable opinion in the international search, the patent application PCT / BR2007 / 000101 referred to the cover shoes, with soles only in its beak and a strap that goes under the feet. But only offers weather protection. It has a rubber strip or the like on the bottom edge. This strip and the sole nozzle hinder their making. The sole nozzle also curls up on the motorcycle pedal.

Exposure of the Invention

The main versions of this invention are characterized by protective structures that are around one person: the head or also on the sides, back, possibly extending to the hips, knees, feet, depending on its purpose. They may also extend forward, particularly at the top and sides.

They are fixed on the person, preferably on the back, similar to a backpack, leaving arms and legs free to carry out various activities.

They do not generate heat or discomfort.

On motorcycles and the like, and does not interfere in any way in the structure of the vehicle and to favor the ejection of occupants, provides more effective protection than that of the equipment presented in previous patent applications, as it covers the entire area around the occupants.

It also offers the advantage of having the free front, which eliminates any risk of the structure itself to maximize risk because the strong impacts usually occur from the front.

They can be made of various materials: pipes, rods, sheet metal, polycarbonate, resistant plastics, fiberglass, etc.

The tubes are bent only kept intact, eliminating the risk of loose pieces, the ends of which could represent danger.

The connections are preferably made of two plates attached to one another around the curves by screws or rivets or lining tubes of a folded plate that surrounds the tubes and their ends are attached to one another.

No welding the tubes and the holes are made only at the ends or at the seams. Thus preserving the strength of the material.

It has splices the upper and lower parts, which separate the structure into two parts, thereby facilitating transport and bending the tubes service.

In motorcycle, it can also be made resistant polycarbonate and other plastics, glass fiber or the like, as shown in Figures 13 and l4.

The material is molded around the saddle, still leaving room for the legs of the ride and keeping good stable equipment on the motorcycle.

One can also set the structure by a cable or cord and hook or loop, in the trunk, when the motorcycle is removed.

It can be fixed in lighter equipment such as biking, hang gliding, etc. But heavier equipment such as motorcycle, preferably, is only supported, allowing it even ejected, along with the user, the impact of any accident.

This is beneficial because the ejection sometimes designs the rider off the track and cushions the impact.

In bicycle, the fixing can be made for the saddle support tube which, being round, rotates, allowing the structure lie on the bicycle dismantled to facilitate their transportation. It can be installed fixture to maintain the erected structure when the dismounting.

The structures to be used standing preferably have a rubber or similar support on the shoulders.

The tubular structures for motorcycle, bicycle, etc. They may have a cushion or the like at the time of the spine, to minimize the impact of bumps.

You can also set a cable in front of the structure - to bar the kite wires and other objects that could pose a hazard to motorcyclists.

In several of his purposes, that equipment may be covered for protection against sun and rain.

In motorcycle, rain cover can be fixed inside the cell, reducing its size and the risk of aerodynamic impact.

It can be adapted to seat children in the motorcycle ride structure. There are also market belts tying children to the driver. These belts may also be adapted to lift the structure.

Although secure server at four points, the belt preferably is closed for only a buckle, allowing a degree of rotation of the trunk.

Using only one strip, stretches an area to loosen another, or when wearing an arm, the strip on the other side is just taut, so that there need not be too much slack to feel comfortable, keeping so security.

The structure can also cover only the area around the head and spine. It can already be very beneficial, especially for people who feel uncomfortable with helmets.

One can also set the kind of structure made of flexible materials helmet, ensuring that the head and torso permaceçam within the cell.

If the tube is bent on the sides of the thighs, to just above the knees, offers some protection to the knees and you can even crouch. Being alert to cower in the fetal position, offers very significant protection.

But the longer bend forward and around the legs, of course extends protection and can also offer mobility, certain functions, with the side going around stairs, for example.

In circumstances where there is a high risk of falling or need to jump, you can fix a pipe at the bottom of the structure, increasing the protection for legs, as shown in Figure 4.

The shell is made preferably of a double polycarbonate plate to bypass the user. The folds are made with clearances, leaving room for the user to feel comfortable.

May have pads attached at various points, particularly around the head.

The model without any opening in the face, was prepared considering the possibility of using transparent material. But it can be made from many other materials, making opening in the eye area.

This invention may serve only as an umbrella, built in backpacks, backpack straps, clothing, etc.

It also represents an important improvement for the covers for shoes, because in addition to weather protection, provides protection against impacts.

The making of the cover is also simpler. For using a thin rod or tube around the bottom of the foot or part of it, eliminating the rubber strip and the sole nozzle.

The front cover is fixed in this bar, remaining stable. And you can fit right shoes on the cover, using rubber bands in front and around the heel, which also allows you to adapt it to different sizes of feet and footwear formats. Making a slit in the bar, one can move the clamps that hold this cover, further facilitating its adaptation.

The impact protection can be made only at this bar at the bottom. But it is preferable to have also other skirting the top of the feet, such as the example shown in Figure 23.

The model shown in Figures 19 to 22 can be made of sheet metal. But it was especially designed considering the use of lighter materials, as well as resistant as polycarbonate and plastics. Description of the Drawings

Figure 01: is the view of a person and perspective view of an armature attached to the hips by a flexible belt and helmet;

Figure 02: is the prospect of two separate pieces of equipment and amendments;

Figure 03: is the perspective view of a reinforcement to the hip with a plate at the time of the spinal column and belts;

Figure 04: is the prospect of an armor to the knees, coupled with a protection tube for legs;

Figure 05: is the prospect of an armor to the knees, with shields for the knees;

Figure 06: is the prospect of armor resting on a motorcycle and secured by a cable with flexible helmet;

Figure 07: is the perspective of a rider rides armature;

Figure 08: is the perspective view of a tubular armature conductor biker with protection shoulders;

Figure 9: Corresponds to perspective view of a clamp plate;

Figure 10 corresponds to the perspective view of a support made of bent metal bar;

Figure 11 corresponds to the perspective view of a saddle-shaped support;

Figure 12: is the perspective view of a conductor supported armature and another passenger on a motorcycle;

Figure 13: is the side view of a motorcycle with an armature made of fiberglass;

Figure 14: is the view of a glass fiber reinforcement;

Figure 15: is the prospect of armor for bicycle;

Figure 16: is the prospect of an installed equipment on a bicycle;

Figure 17 corresponds to the perspective of a plate cut to a clamp to be coupled to bicycle saddle;

Figure 18 corresponds to the perspective of an armature supported bicycle;

Figure 19: is the view of a person and the prospect of an armor that goes up to the hips, a sheet of armor in the feet and knee pads;

Figure 20: is the prospect of a sheet of armor for feet;

Figure 21 corresponds to the perspective view of a reinforcement plate for the feet, in case coupled to shoes;

Figure 22: is the view of a cut sheet to make armor for feet;

Figure 23: is the view of a person and the armature approach to the shoulders and feet coupled to the tubular armature in case for shoes;

Figure 24: is the view of a person and folded shield perspective around it and fixed on their backs.

Figure 25: is the perspective view of an umbrella placed in a backpack pocket and secured by a clamp. Best way to do this Invention

In most applications, use is preferably metal tube (1) which is curved or bent in the format to be made of the structure. The tubes may be common steel, stainless steel, carbon fiber or the like, depending on the application.

The connections are made around bends, of sheet metal clamps (8) or plates (4) fixed by bolts to circumvent the tubes (1). There are two plates (4), one on each side of the curve.

The holes tubes are made only at the ends of the seams (5).

The flexible helmet (22) is made from a material bar that is around the chin and neck. Has elastic under the chin and is fixed to the structure. In this bar, a strap which passes over the head is fixed. In this belt loops are made to fit another strap passing on the forehead and back of head. Both of these bands have buckle to fit your size.

The belts are made for the trunk with a single strip (2). If using just a piece of strip approximately 15 cm to make a loop which is sewn on one of the buckle parts (3). The belt is passed within this handle and one of its ends is sewn at the other buckle part (3). It can be rolled in the tubes for easy installation.

Structures for use in walking, the belt is also passed on a support (7) to the shoulders. This support (7) is made of a piece of rubber approximately 10 mm thick. The handles to move the belt in this support (7) can also be made of a tailored strip.

In applications involving a risk of falling, one can install a stronger plate (6), the height of the spine. It is made of two plastic plates and a Styrofoam board in between, the edges secured.

You can also install a pipe piece (1) - C-shaped with bent ends - at the bottom of the structure according to figure 4. This piece is fixed by two clamps (8) of sheet metal.

As shown in Figure 9, this clip (8) is made of folded and drilled plate with holes on both sides, bypassing the tubes or curved.

The tubular structure of motorcycle driver has a support for the shoulders made of a 2mm aluminum plate, as shown in Figures

8 and 12. In the lateral ends, padded material (9) by nylon ties are secured.

The wires (10) in front of the frame, are fixed in the tube (1) by metal clamps.

This structure is supported on a motorcycle with an aluminum support plate (11) in the shape of a saddle, which is fixed a bent metal bar (12).

This bar (12) is fixed in the clamps the same screws (8) securing the tubular structure.

The model seen in Figures 13 and 14 should be made of fiberglass or resistant plastic. The top has a tip pointing forwards, with rounded edges down.

The inner part can be lined with polystyrene and / or padded.

The structure for bicycle tube is made preferably in a similar manner to that shown in Figure 15 is 16.

The support (14) is made of more resistant tube preferably the structure. Is curved, as shown in Figure 18 and is fixed to the seat by a clip (15) made of sheet metal.

This clamp (15) has three stems which are then folded. The central rod passes at the lower frame of the seat and the support (14) is inserted in the middle of the three rods, which are screwed at the other end of the clamp (15), surrounding the support (14).

The tubular structure is fixed to the support (14) by clips similar to that shown in Figure 9 (8). In tubular structures motorcycle and bicycle are fixed plastic plates (13) by nylon ties on the knee-pads and the height of the spine.

The armor plate for the feet is made of a polycarbonate plate according to figure 22 cut and then bent, as shown in Figures 19 to 22. It has handles (16) secured by nylon ties.

The cover for footwear (18) has elastic around the heel, ankle and in front. Eyelets are installed on the outer edge of a cover (18) to secure it in the armature (17) by nylon cable ties.

The metal armor for feet is made of iron rod pieces

(17). One bypasses part of the base of the feet. Before bending this bar, slits are cut (21), wherein the clamps are fixed.

Two bar pieces (17) in an arc shape are welded on top. Another piece (17) is similarly shaped tabs embedded in the cover for footwear (18) around the ankle.

For shield function, use is preferably plate clear polycarbonate (19) which is cut and then folded as shown in figure 24: the top is narrower and doubled up and in front of the head, going to the end of the trunk. Also the folded side, around the head and arms.

The pads (20) are secured by nylon ties.

Industrial Application Possibilities In many personal protective equipment for industry

Job security, police, armed forces, etc. In the bicycle industry, motorcycles, scooters, trikes, quads, gliders, parachutes, aircraft and others. And also in the umbrella industry and backpacks.

Claims

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1) ARMOR, SHIELD OR MOBILE CELL SURVIVAL: PROTECTION OF INDIVIDUAL STRUCTURES COMFORTABLE IN BODY AROUND, FIXED AS A BACKPACK
Characterized by resistant structures around a person, who may be only around the head, but can also go to the shoulders, back, end of the trunk, side and can still bend forward, especially at the top and sides; They can be made of the tube (1), rod, plate, fiber glass, metal, carbon fiber, polycarbonate or other plastics; They are preferably set back, by belts (2) passing through the shoulder, and may also pass around the waist or hips and to be fixed at a single point or buckle (3), similar to a backpack; may have support (7) on the shoulders, coupled to the belts (2); preferably, are only fixed by the user, especially if they are used with motorcycles and the like, but can be coupled to lighter equipment such as biking, hang gliding, bang jamp, parachute and others; bicycle may be fixed to the seat (14, 15); in motorcycle and the like, preferably is only supported on the saddle, but may have a cable, fixation device and a wire (10) fixed to the front; Some models have pads (20), the height of the spine and can also be polystyrene or padding on the inner part, especially when they are made of sheet metal, fiberglass, polycarbonate or other plastics; may be a block (6) of plates: a polystyrene between two plastic at the time of the back; can optionally have a separate bottom piece, going up around the legs, whose ends can be folded; optionally can also be fixed a flexible helmet (22), which can be made of straps with buckles or other devices for adjustment, and, preferably, has a wide strip of tissue from the chin to the neck, adjusted by elastic front and bottom. 2) ARMOR, SHELL OR MOBILE CELLS
SURVIVAL: PROTECTION OF INDIVIDUAL STRUCTURES COMFORTABLE IN BODY AROUND, FIXED AS A BACKPACK
Characterized by rigid and sturdy structure around the feet, made of plates, bars (17), tubes or the like, optionally coupled to case (18) made of flexible material footwear, which may be elastic in the front, around the heel and ankle and be secured by nylon ties on the rigid structure, possibly in slots (21) or openings themselves.
3) ARMOR, SHELL OR MOBILE CELLS
SURVIVAL: PROTECTION OF INDIVIDUAL STRUCTURES COMFORTABLE IN BODY AROUND, FIXED AS A BACKPACK
Characterized by umbrella (23) embedded or attached bag or backpack straps embedded in or fixed umbrellas (23); wherein the umbrella (23) can be fixed to the backpack itself or one of its loops; to this end, can be fixed a pocket (25), one of the handles, and a clamp (24) with Velcro at the top of the same handle: the handle of the umbrella is placed in pocket (25) and its stem is the fixed clamp (24) with Velcro; wherein the pocket (25) and the clamp (24) can be fixed with Velcro strap the backpack itself or by clamps nylon and may also be made of lightweight materials and be stored in compartments made in the bag or its handle; optionally one may perform the same just by putting a collar at shoulder level of any wear which already has a pocket (25), the height of the nipples or waist, or setting the pocket (25) and the clamp (24) in any garment, wherein the clamp (24) can also be made at the bottom of the collar or collar, or Velcro fixing on the underside of the collar or the collar.
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