Eric T Tscharner
Plumbers at Grant St, Englewood, CO

License number
Colorado 187361
Issued Date
Jan 4, 2002
Renew Date
Sep 1, 2003
Expiration Date
Aug 31, 2005
Type
Master Plumber
Address
Address
3027 S Grant St, Englewood, CO 80110

Personal information

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Name
Address
Phone
Eric Tscharner, age 51
225 S Elm St, Denver, CO 80246
(303) 284-1294
Eric Tscharner
3027 S Grant St, Englewood, CO 80113
Eric Tscharner
Denver, CO
(303) 284-1294
Eric J Tscharner, age 51
3027 Grant St, Englewood, CO 80110
(303) 783-9018
(303) 783-0006
Eric Tscharner
11500 Meadow Dr, Littleton, CO 80127
(720) 981-5301
(303) 932-8609

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Protective Stake Cover For Mounting On Top Of A Metal Stake

Protective Stake Cover For Mounting On Top Of A Metal Stake

US Patent:
6691479, Feb 17, 2004
Filed:
Apr 24, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/128046
Inventors:
Eric Tscharner - Englewood CO,
International Classification:
E04H 1200
US Classification:
52301, 135118, 16421, 74543, 405255
Abstract:
A protective stake cover for covering the top of a metal stake. The stake cover is designed to prevent injury should someone fall and accidentally hit the top of the cover when working or playing near the stake. The stake cover includes an elongated split housing having a first housing half releasably attached to a second housing half. The split housing is adapted for receipt around an upper portion of a metal stake having a “T” shaped cross section. The split housing, when the first and second half are joined together, includes an exterior with a rounded top portion, a center portion and a lower portion. The lower portion has a groove therearound for receiving one end of a rope used in holding a tree, bush, plant or other item in an upright position. The inside of the first and second housing halves include an elongated channel with an “L” shaped cross section contoured for receiving one half of the upper portion of the metal stake. Along the length of the “L” channel are a plurality of rib cavities for receiving ribs.