TODAY’S PATENT – ADJUSTABLE EMERGENCY FAN BELT
The ADJUSTABLE EMERGENCY FAN BELT was invented by Raymond E. Helt (Pocatello, ID), Stanley M. Davis (Salmon, ID) on the 17th of June, 1980 bearing patent number US4207776A.
The present invention relates to the field of fan belts which is adapted to temporary emergency automobiles repair or industrial machinery. The fan belt is prone to breakage and therefore to decrease the frequency of breaking, it is constructed using durable materials. The fan belt comprises the main belt and a plurality of various sized belt links. The belt links have curled receiving hooks and swingable rings disposed at opposite ends and these links are connected by snapping the swingable into position within the curled receiving hooks. Around the flywheels is where the belt is positioned while the clamp lock is connected to the last link. The machine or automobile can be operated with an adjustable emergency belt unless a replacement belt can be employed. Thereby, this novelty over the Emergency Fan Belt proved to be a more convenient one.