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Harold D Lakoduk

from Ramsey, MN
Age ~70

Harold Lakoduk Phones & Addresses

  • 15357 Radium St NW, Anoka, MN 55303 (763) 427-5185
  • Ramsey, MN

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Us Patents

Blanking Panel

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US Patent:
7881074, Feb 1, 2011
Filed:
Jun 12, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/761919
Inventors:
Harold D. Lakoduk - Anoka MN,
Trent T. Jones - White Bear Lake MN,
Assignee:
Hoffman Enclosures, Inc. - Anoka MN
International Classification:
H05K 7/02
H05K 7/04
US Classification:
361810, 361807
Abstract:
A blanking panel includes a main body extending from a first end to a second end and adapted to cover a rack having at least two posts, a fastener portion at the end of each of the first and the second ends, and an alignment member at the end of each of the first end and the second end, the alignment feature including a first pin and a second, removable pin such that the main body can be alternatively attached to a square hole with the removable pin intact, or attached to a round hole with the removable pin removed and the first pin extending through the hole.

Ventilated Enclosure Apparatus

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US Patent:
2002012, Sep 5, 2002
Filed:
Mar 1, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/796694
Inventors:
Bernie Traut - Buffalo MN,
Harold Lakoduk - Anoka MN,
David Brouillard - Monticello MN,
Assignee:
Hoffman Enclosures, Inc.
International Classification:
H05K009/00
US Classification:
174/03500R
Abstract:
A double walled solar shielding system for an electrical enclosure includes an inner enclosure defining a substantially rectangular box with an inner door pivotally mounted to the inner enclosure. A shielding layer extends around the top, rear and lateral sides of the enclosure with a shielding door mounted coaxially with the inner door and having an outer layer spaced apart from the inner door. The doors open independently and may have different security measures. The system includes modular elements and may be retrofitted to existing enclosures.

Electrical Enclosure

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US Patent:
2002015, Oct 24, 2002
Filed:
Apr 20, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/839564
Inventors:
Bernie Traut - Buffalo MN,
David Brouillard - Monticello MN,
Harold Lakoduk - Anoka MN,
International Classification:
B65D043/16
US Classification:
220/004020, 220/835000, 220/844000, 220/849000
Abstract:
An electrical enclosure includes a metal body and a metal cover connected by a hinge to each other. The hinge includes one or more integrally formed tubes in the metal body and one or more integrally formed tubes in the metal cover. The body tubes and the cover tubes are aligned in a collinear arrangement and a hinge shaft is located within the body tubes and the cover tubes. The enclosure can have a dual flange structure wherein one of the side walls includes a flat flange and three of the side walls include edge flanges. The enclosure can also have a structure wherein each of the side walls upper portions is connected to its neighboring upper portions and each of these upper portion connections is angled relative to its corresponding side wall corner.

Configurable Enclosure For Electronics Components

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US Patent:
2009013, May 28, 2009
Filed:
Oct 1, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/243858
Inventors:
Harold Dean Lakoduk - Ramsey MN,
Scott Allen Schramske - Shoreview MN,
Tim Gordon Lange - Champlin MN,
Kent Gregory Messing - Elk River MN,
Ronald Mathew Wacker - Foreston MN,
Robert Marvin Kalstabakken - Cambridge MN,
Steve Jerome Johnson - Mahtomedi MN,
Sheldon Odell Modrow - Champlin MN,
Joseph David Ricke - Arden Hills MN,
International Classification:
E06B 3/70
B21D 39/00
US Classification:
312326, 29428
Abstract:
Embodiments of the invention provide enclosures for electronic components and methods for manufacturing the same. In one embodiment, the enclosure includes first and second sidewalls formed from a single elongated piece of sheet metal. The first sidewall, the second sidewall, a third sidewall, and a fourth sidewall define an interior space of the enclosure. At least one of the first and second sidewalls includes an edge region folded inwardly relative to the interior space to form a mounting channel. The enclosure further includes a backwall coupled with first edges of the sidewalls and a door hingedly coupled with a second edge of at least one of the sidewalls.

Locking Mechanism For Configurable Enclosure

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US Patent:
2012030, Dec 6, 2012
Filed:
Jun 7, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/491450
Inventors:
Harold D. Lakoduk - Ramsey MN,
Scott A. Schramske - Shoreview MN,
Timothy G. Lange - Champlin MN,
Kent G. Messing - Elk River MN,
Ronald M. Wacker - Foreston MN,
Robert M. Kalstabakken - Cambridge MN,
Steve J. Johnson - Mahtomedi MN,
Sheldon O. Modrow - Champlin MN,
Joseph D. Ricke - Arden Hills MN,
Robert G. Lau - Isanti MN,
International Classification:
E05C 3/14
E05B 65/06
E05B 57/00
US Classification:
70344, 292202, 292205
Abstract:
Embodiments of the invention provide enclosures for electronic components and methods for manufacturing the same. In one embodiment, the enclosure includes first and second sidewalls formed from a single elongated piece of sheet metal. The first sidewall, the second sidewall, a third sidewall, and a fourth sidewall define an interior space of the enclosure. At least one of the first and second sidewalls includes an edge region folded inwardly relative to the interior space to form a mounting channel. The enclosure further includes a backwall coupled with first edges of the sidewalls and a door hingedly coupled with a second edge of at least one of the sidewalls.

Door Stop Apparatus

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US Patent:
6292978, Sep 25, 2001
Filed:
Jan 14, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/231417
Inventors:
Harold D. Lakoduk - Anoka MN
David Brouillard - Monticello MN
Assignee:
Hoffman Enclosures, Inc. - Anoka MN
International Classification:
E05C 1716
US Classification:
16 82
Abstract:
A door stop apparatus holds a door in an open position. The door stop includes a first member mounting to the door and having a slot formed therein with a ramp portion located at one end of the slot. A link member pivotally mounts to a bracket on a door frame. A follower mounts to an end of the link and slides along the slot in the guide member. The follower slides up and over the ramp when slid along the slot in a first direction and engages an abrupt edge of the ramp when slid in the opposite direction.
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