ALEXANDRIA, Va., May 11 -- United States Patent no. 11,325,519, issued on May 10, was assigned to S&L Accesss Systems AB (Gothenburg, Sweden).
"Securing assembly for securing a tower to a wind turbine tower" was invented by Michael Strandberg (Vasteras, Sweden) and Kenneth Lundberg (Vasteras, Sweden).
According to the abstract* released by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office: "The present invention relates to a securing assembly (1) for securing an elongated support tower (2) to a wind turbine tower (3). The securing assembly (1) comprises a base part (1a) including: a tower holding part (4), a fixed part (5), two arms (6), a plate (6c) arranged at the outer part of each of the two arms (6), the plates (6c) can adapt to the curvature of the wind turbine tower (3) and each comprising at least one rope sliding element (9). The securing assembly (1) comprises a rope (8), being arranged via the rope sliding elements (9), and a rope tightening device (11) arranged on the base part (1a). The rope (8) presses the plates (6c) against the wind turbine tower (3) when tightened."
The patent was filed on May 13, 2020, under Application No. 17/607,636.
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