Use in-store displays to remind shoppers of the danger. Shows how to anchor furniture to a brick wall to prevent tip-overs. Related 3. US4756541A en. US8172016B2 en. US8573341B2 en.
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If you have children at home, consider these tip restraints to be part of child-proofing and indoor safety. It is essential that these brackets be attached to a stud in the wall to be secure. An anti-tip device for a vehicle having a pair of rear wheels with an axle housing therebetween and at least one front wheel, the device comprising: The second member can be pivotted to a storage position generally perpendicular to the first position.
I don't quite understand the purpose of the longer chain. The device 20 is connected to the flat vertical outer surface 72 by conventional means such as a welds as in the embodiment.
US5343960A en. The invention relates to an anti-tip device for a vehicle having a pair of rear wheels and a front wheel. Attach these straps and brackets to studs in the wall to help prevent furniture tip-overs, but don't consider them a substitute for supervision.
It isn't just furniture that tips over; flat screen TVs have also caused a lot of accidents. An anti-tip device as claimed in claim 8, further including lock means for locking the second member in the first position, the lock means including a retractable member.