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  • Costa Mesa, CA
  • Newport Beach, CA
  • Santa Ana, CA
  • 1631 Indus St, Newport Beach, CA 92660

Work

Position: Handlers, Equipment Cleaners, Helpers, and Laborers Occupations

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Mr. Peter Weismann
Owner & Sales
Halton Hills Roofing
Roofing Contractors
96 Smith Dr., Georgetown, ON L7G 5S7
(905) 702-2306
Mr. Peter Weismann
Owner & Sales
Halton Hills Roofing
Roofing Contractors
96 Smith Dr., Georgetown, ON L7G 5S7
(905) 702-2306
Peter Weismann
Owner & Sales
Halton Hills Roofing
Roofing Contractors
(905) 702-2306

Publications

Us Patents

Stern Drive

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US Patent:
4728308, Mar 1, 1988
Filed:
Dec 28, 1983
Appl. No.:
6/565526
Inventors:
Peter H. Weismann - Santa Ana CA
Assignee:
Kaama Marine Engineering, Inc. - Costa Mesa CA
International Classification:
B63H 512
US Classification:
440 57
Abstract:
A drive mechanism for power boats having an inboard motor and a stern drive propeller mounting. The device includes a gimbaled propeller shaft housing located outboard of the transom. A gear pair mounted within the propeller shaft housing provides a lower propeller shaft relative to the hull of the boat without requiring a greater propeller shaft angle relative to the hull and without requiring a lowered inboard motor position.

Transmission

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US Patent:
5131285, Jul 21, 1992
Filed:
Jan 28, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/647650
Inventors:
Peter H. Weismann - Santa Ana CA
Patrick L. Weismann - Santa Ana CA
International Classification:
F16H 310
US Classification:
74333
Abstract:
A transmission having engagement mechanisms which employ an engagement inner having cam surfaces forming the race thereof, an engagement outer having a circular outer race and rollers therebetween. A cage mechanism angularly positions the rollers such that they may be wedged between the cam surfaces and the outer race so as to interlock the engagement inner and outer. Actuator mechanisms are employed which are axially movable to engage and angularly position the cages relative to the engagement inner for controlling the engagement mechanism. A plurality of control systems both electronic and mechanical control the operation of the engagement mechanism so as to require substantially synchronous movement between engaging elements. Alternately, nonsynchronous shifting may be accomplished under power for power or rapid shifting. Clutch inhibit may also be employed to prevent premature reengagement of the clutch before shift complete.

Stern Drive

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US Patent:
4775342, Oct 4, 1988
Filed:
Dec 2, 1983
Appl. No.:
6/558544
Inventors:
John A. Connor - Costa Mesa CA
Peter H. Weismann - Santa Ana CA
Assignee:
Kaama Marine Engineering, Inc. - Costa Mesa CA
International Classification:
B63H 2300
US Classification:
440 57
Abstract:
A drive mechanism for a boat having the motor located inboard. The mechanism disclosed includes a gearbox located outboard of the transom with an input shaft extending toward the inboard motor and an output shaft extending aft toward a propeller shaft. A univerasl joint coupling is provided to drive the propeller shaft while a gimbal ring is employed to universally mount a propeller shaft housing such that the propeller may be used for steerage as well as forward thrust. The gearbox is disclosed as including a first gear pair capable of being changed to provide different output ratios. A second drive link in the gearbox gives a selection of directions of rotation of the propeller shaft. In a first instance, a gear pair is employed. In a second instance, a chain drive is employed.

Control Mechanism For Selective Engagement Of A Free Wheeling Engagement Mechanism

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US Patent:
4817451, Apr 4, 1989
Filed:
Feb 26, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/019217
Inventors:
Peter H. Weismann - Santa Ana CA
International Classification:
F16H 310
US Classification:
74333
Abstract:
A transmission having engagement mechanisms which employ an engagement inner having cam surfaces forming the race thereof, an engagement outer having a circular outer race and rollers therebetween. A cage mechanism angularly positions the rollers such that they may be wedged between the cam surfaces and the outer face so as to interlock the engagement inner and outer. Actuator mechanisms are employed which are axially movable to engage and angularly position the cages relative to the engagement inner for controlling the engagement mechanism. A plurality of control systems both electronic and mechanical control the operation of the engagement mechanism so as to require substantially synchronous movement between engaging elements.

Transmission

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US Patent:
5301565, Apr 12, 1994
Filed:
Jul 7, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/909989
Inventors:
Peter H. Weismann - Santa Ana CA
Patrick L. Weismann - Santa Ana CA
International Classification:
F16H 310
US Classification:
74336R
Abstract:
A transmission having engagement mechanisms which employ an engagement inner having cam surfaces forming the race thereof, an engagement outer having a circular outer race and rollers therebetween. A cage mechanism angularly positions the rollers such that they may be wedged between the cam surfaces and the outer race so as to interlock the engagement inner and outer. Actuator mechanisms are employed which are axially movable to engage and angularly position the cages relative to the engagement inner for controlling the engagement mechanism. A plurality of control systems both electronic and mechanical control the operation of the engagement mechanism so as to require substantially synchronous movement between engaging elements. Alternately, nonsynchronous shifting may be accomplished under power for power or rapid shifting. Clutch inhibit may also be employed to prevent premature reengagement of the clutch before shift complete.

Transmission

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US Patent:
4987790, Jan 29, 1991
Filed:
Apr 4, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/333599
Inventors:
Peter H. Weismann - Santa Ana CA
International Classification:
F16H 310
US Classification:
74333
Abstract:
A transmission having engagement mechanisms which employ an engagement inner having cam surfaces forming the race thereof, an engagement outer having a circular outer race and rollers therebetween. A cage mechanism angularly positions the rollers such that they may be wedged between the cam surfaces and the outer race so as to interlock the engagement inner and outer. Actuator mechanisms are employed which are axially movable to engage and angularly position the cages relative to the engagement inner for controlling the engagement mechanism. A plurality of control systems both electronic and mechanical control the operation of the engagement mechanism so as to require substantially synchronous movement between engaging elements. Alternately, nonsynchronous shifting may be accomplished under power for power or rapid shifting.

Constant Four Wheel Drive Vehicle Transaxle

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US Patent:
4582160, Apr 15, 1986
Filed:
May 20, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/736159
Inventors:
Peter H. Weismann - Santa Ana CA
Dugald Cameron - Grosse Pointe Woods MI
Assignee:
Chrysler Corporation - Highland Park MI
International Classification:
B60K 1734
US Classification:
180250
Abstract:
A dual bevel gear differential transaxle assembly for a front transverse engine vehicle with front and rear pairs of road wheels providing a constant four wheel drive system. A first interaxle bevel gear differential and a second front wheel bevel gear differential are aligned on a transverse axis. The differentials are connected by a side gear shaft and inner and outer side gear sleeves concentric about the side gear shaft. The first differential achieves front axle to rear axle differentiation while the second differential provides differentiation for the front pair of road wheels. The dual differential transaxle assembly includes clutch means providing selective lock-out of the first differential. With the clutch means disengaged the first differential is in its unlocked mode whereby the transaxle assembly provides differentiation between the front and rear axles. Upon the clutch means being manually engaged the first differential is locked-up and there is no differentiation between the front and rear axles.

Part Time On-Demand Four-Wheel Drive Vehicle Transaxle With Viscous Clutch

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US Patent:
4601359, Jul 22, 1986
Filed:
Jun 10, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/743215
Inventors:
Peter H. Weismann - Santa Ana CA
Dugald Cameron - Grosse Pointe Woods MI
Richard E. Eastman - Central Square NY
Assignee:
Chrysler Corporation - Highland Park MI
International Classification:
B60K 1702
US Classification:
180233
Abstract:
A dual bevel gear differential transaxle assembly for a front transverse engine vehicle with front and rear pairs of road wheels providing a part time on-demand four-wheel drive system. Interaxle and front wheel bevel gear differentials are aligned on a transverse axis. The differentials are connected by a side gear shaft and inner and outer side gear sleeves concentric about the side gear shaft. The interaxle differential achieves front axle to rear axle differentiation while the front wheel differential provides differentiation for the front pair of road wheels. The dual differential transaxle assembly includes viscous fluid clutch means providing an automatic limited slip condition of the interaxle differential when there is a predetermined difference in speed or rpm between the front and rear pair of road wheels.
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