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Gary P Jakubas

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from Little Falls, NJ

Also known as:
  • Gary Jakubas
  • Gary Paul Jakubas
  • Gary S
129 Paterson Ave, West Paterson, NJ 07424

Gary Jakubas Phones & Addresses

  • 129 Paterson Ave, Little Falls, NJ 07424
  • 1919 Mill Creek Rd, Stafford Township, NJ 08050 • (609)9783635 • (201)4381384
  • Manahawkin, NJ
  • Ocean, NJ
  • 181 Feronia Way, Rutherford, NJ 07070 • (201)4381384 • (201)4382469
  • Totowa, NJ
  • Soldotna, AK

Us Patents

  • Lockable Drumbolt For An Open Head Drum

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  • US Patent:
    D3301532, Oct 13, 1992
  • Filed:
    Mar 1, 1990
  • Appl. No.:
    7/487221
  • Inventors:
    Gary P. Jakubas - Rutherford NJ
  • Assignee:
    Taurus Precision, Inc. - Totowa NJ
  • US Classification:
    D 8343
  • Locking Device For Two-Holed Drums And Containers

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  • US Patent:
    46550607, Apr 7, 1987
  • Filed:
    Jun 17, 1986
  • Appl. No.:
    6/875289
  • Inventors:
    Gary Jakubas - Rutherford NJ
  • Assignee:
    Taurus Precision, Inc. - Fairfield NJ
  • International Classification:
    B65D 5514
  • US Classification:
    70230
  • Abstract:
    This invention is concerned with a locking device for a drum which seals and locks the bung hole and vent hole of 35 or 55 gallon drums to prevent unauthorized access thereto. The device includes two swivel locks, each consisting of a lock cap containing an externally threaded base and a swivel and a lock bar. After the swivel locks are threaded into the bung hole and vent hole, the swivels are rotated until their holes align. A lock bar having a flanged end of greater width than the hole of the swivel and a hole at its other end is passed through the holes. The shackle of a padlock or other locking device is then passed through the lock bar hole and locked. Means for rotatably retaining the swivel in the lock cap are also provided.
  • Drum Lock Device

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  • US Patent:
    49573179, Sep 18, 1990
  • Filed:
    Apr 27, 1990
  • Appl. No.:
    7/515637
  • Inventors:
    Gary P. Jakubas - Rutherford NJ
  • Assignee:
    Taurus Precision, Inc. - Totowa NJ
  • International Classification:
    B65D 4530
  • US Classification:
    29225667
  • Abstract:
    A drum lock device is disclosed for an open-head drum which has a flanged lip at the open end with a mating lid therefor. The drum lock device has a lug-type ring closure, a lockable bolt, and a shuttle wrench captively held on the bolt by a cap. The ring closure, which annularly attaches the lid to the lip, has a split therethrough with internally threaded lugs on either side. The shuttle wrench is captively held between the cap and the apertured boss of the bolt, and is slidably positionable between engagement with and disengagement from the lockable bolt. When the shuttle wrench is engaged, the lockable bolt is enabled, and, when the shuttle wrench is disengaged the rotation of the lockable bolt is disabled.
  • Drum Lock Device

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  • US Patent:
    51992868, Apr 6, 1993
  • Filed:
    Dec 16, 1991
  • Appl. No.:
    7/808230
  • Inventors:
    Gary P. Jakubas - Rutherford NJ
  • Assignee:
    Taurus Precision, Inc. - Totowa NJ
  • International Classification:
    B65D 5514
  • US Classification:
    70230
  • Abstract:
    A locking device for a drum for chemical- and hazardous-waste containment is described. The locking devices are of drums, usually 30- or 55-gallon sizes, of the closed-end type having a head with two openings or bung holes therethrough. Each drum opening has a flanged or internal portion with interior threads. The locking device has three basic elements, namely, a pair of caps and a slip wrench/locking bar. In one embodiment, one of the caps includes an overpressure relief valve and an flame arrester. Each cap has a threaded base and a larger apertured cylindrical portion mounted thereon. Each cap has a closure gasket mounted at the shoulder formed between the base and the apertured cylinder which gasket permits partial rotation without unsealing the drum. The cylindrical portion of the outer wall has at least two pairs of elongated apertures with 180-degree spacing between the apertures of each pair. The apertures extend, with the cap installed, in the corresponding opening, beyond and external to the drum head with the elongation of the aperture substantially axial to the drum.

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