Title:
Bolt on attachment to facilitate hanging of pneumatic tool
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
The summary of the invention is to create a device so the pneumatic tool would not fall to the ground below and damage itself, someone or something. The point of attachment is unique in that it firmly bolts to the pneumatic gun. The shape of the invention's mouth allows the weight of the pneumatic gun to hold the gun in place, albeit on a wall, a ladder, a scaffolding or rafter.



Inventors:
Roth, Michael Carl (East Stroudsburg, PA, US)
Application Number:
10/383286
Publication Date:
09/09/2004
Filing Date:
03/06/2003
Assignee:
ROTH MICHAEL CARL
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
248/309.1
International Classes:
B25C7/00; B25H3/00; (IPC1-7): A47F7/00
View Patent Images:
Related US Applications:
20080308511Bra organizer and protectorDecember, 2008Ruelas
20060261017Telescopic stepped display stand for writing toolsNovember, 2006Yoon
20040089624Horizontally oriented clotheslineMay, 2004Farley
20090065456Food RestMarch, 2009Gold
20070205165Vertical support for books and other itemsSeptember, 2007Cristofaro
20080023420Hand tool hanger rackJanuary, 2008Kao
20070068881Method and apparatus for supporting a motorcycleMarch, 2007Caponette
20070251892Samples storage system for pharmaceutical developmentNovember, 2007Taike et al.
20050274684Method and apparatus for a collapsible multi-compartment storage and display centerDecember, 2005Swanson
20040188368Hair arranging device organizerSeptember, 2004Hildreth
20060254994Dish receiving member of dishwasherNovember, 2006Lim



Primary Examiner:
GIBSON, ROBERT W
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Michael Roth (East Stroudsburg, PA, US)
Claims:
1. what I claim as my invention is the configuration of the device, which allows the pneumatic gun to hang in a certain fashion as to not allow it to fall off or slide down.

2. What I claim as my invention is the point at which the device is attached to the pneumatic gun that allows it to be fixed and secure so as not to be loose or swivel around.

Description:

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

[0001] I have been unable to determine the U.S. patent classification or field of invention in the USPTO references. Searches of the database have not revealed any prior art.

BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

[0002] While working on the job I have seen numerous pneumatic guns fall from roofs, scaffolding and walls. My invention permits you to hang the gun from rafters, walls, ladders, scaffolding, even your own tool belt. It allows your hands to be free to move yourself to your next position. The Nail Gun Hanger bolts securely to the tool so it can't fall off. It promotes safety on the job site by eliminating the dropping of the tool off of walls and scaffolding onto someone's head.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

[0003] FIG. 1 shows a top view of the invention depicting the U shaped area where the invention would slip over the rafter, scaffolding, wall, ladder, etc., or what you decided to hang the unit from. It also depicts the C shaped section with the holes that the bolts go through to fasten the invention to the pneumatic gun.

[0004] FIG. 2 shows how and were the invention bolts to the pneumatic gun and the direction it should be fastened.

DRAWING SPECIFICATION SHEET

[0005] Drawing # 1::

[0006] Depicts the Invention itself including length and width measurements

[0007] Drawing # 2::

[0008] Depicts the location where the Invention bolts to the nail gun Looking from the bottom of the nail gun

[0009] Drawing # 3::

[0010] Depicts the location of the Invention from the right side of the nail gun