Resources Contact Us Home
Apparatus and methods of forming a display case door and frame

Image Number 14 for United States Patent #6606833.

Perimeter frame rails and door frames rails are described for a more thermally efficient and cost-effective display case such as for refrigerated display cases. The frames are preferably formed from cold rolled steel. A perimeter frame may include first, second and third walls defining an opening or a recess that can be closed by a contact plate. A door for a refrigerated display case may include a glass unit and a forward portion extending inwardly from a perimeter frame edge portion toward an edge of the forward glass pane and a first side portion extends rearwardly to a groove. An insulating member insulates the door rail from the cold area and includes a portion engaging the groove. A glass door is also provided for a refrigerated display case having a first glass panel, a second glass panel, and low emissivity coatings on the inside surfaces of the first and second glass panels. One or more intermediate glass panels can also be included. Spacer assemblies are used to separate adjacent glass panels and preferably include a desiccant-embedded sealant. Preferably, little or no metal structures are used in the spacers.

  Recently Added Patents
Optical splitter device
Vehicle lamp component
Para-xylylene based microfilm elution devices
Firewall-tolerant voice-over-internet-protocol (VoIP) emulating SSL or HTTP sessions embedding voice data in cookies
Programmable computer mouse
IC layout parsing for multiple masks
Distylium plant named `PIIDIST-II`
  Randomly Featured Patents
Conversion process for carbonyl sulfide and/or hydrogen cyanide contained in mixed gas
Variable differential adjustor
Tire vulcanizing device
System and method for controlling linear compressor
Method and system for dispensing, tracking and managing pharmaceutical trial products
Cardiac monitoring system
Process for improving the durability of, and/or stabilizing, microbially perishable products
Cosmetic holder apparatus
Radio-communication-adjustable apparatus, apparatus adjusting method, and apparatus adjusting system
Organic optoelectrical device comprising a metallic seal and method of fabrication of an organic optoelectronic device