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(12) Brevet: (11) CA 2593369
(54) Titre français: PLACARD POUR COMPTEUR DE GAZ
(54) Titre anglais: CABINET FOR GAS UTILITY METER
(51) Classification internationale des brevets (CIB):
  • G01D 4/02 (2006.01)
  • G01F 15/14 (2006.01)
(72) Inventeurs :
  • DESMEULES, MICHEL (Canada)
(73) Titulaires :
  • SCHNEIDER, SAMUEL (Canada)
(71) Demandeurs :
  • DESMEULES, MICHEL (Canada)
(74) Agent: NA
(45) Délivré: 2009-05-26
(22) Date de dépôt: 2007-06-22
(41) Mise à la disponibilité du public: 2007-12-26
Requête d’examen: 2007-06-22
(30) Licence disponible: S.O.
(30) Langue des documents déposés: Anglais

(30) Données de priorité de la demande:
Numéro de la demande Pays / territoire Date
60/816,449 Etats-Unis d'Amérique 2006-06-26

Abrégé français

Un placard pour compteur de gaz comprenant un couvercle et un support. Le support étant positionné derrière un compteur et le support étant attaché de manière fixe à un mur. Le support comporte une ferrure à barre, une ferrure de support et une ferrure de colonne pour compteur. Un moyen de verrouillage pour fixer le couvercle sur le support. Le support et le couvercle ont des nervures moulées renforcées. Une ouverture d'arrêt de soupape de gaz permet l'accès à une soupape de gaz. Il y a aussi des ouvertures de ventilation de gaz telles qu'une ouverture d'aération inférieure.


Abrégé anglais

A cabinet for gas utility meter comprises a cover and a backing. The backing positioned behind a meter and the backing being fixedly attached to a wall. The backing has a bar bracket, a support bracket, and a meter riser bracket. A latching means to secure the cover over the backing. The backing and the cover have reinforced moulded ribs. A shut-off gas valve opening allows for access to a gas valve. There are also gas vent openings such as a bottom vent opening.


Note : Les revendications sont présentées dans la langue officielle dans laquelle elles ont été soumises.



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CLAIMS


1. A cabinet for gas utility meter comprising:
a cover and a backing;

the backing positioned behind a meter and the backing is fixedly
attached to a wall;

the backing has a bar bracket, a support bracket, and a riser bracket;
a latching means to secure the cover onto the backing;

the backing and the cover have reinforced moulded ribs;

a shut-off gas valve opening to allow for access to a gas valve;
gas vent openings;

the cover has a bottom venting opening;

the cover has a riser opening to provide space for the passing of a
main gas line riser into the cabinet.


2. A cabinet for gas utility meter as in claim 1 wherein:

notches are integrated into the bar bracket , the support bracket and
the riser bracket so as to facilitate aligning and centring of the meter
onto the bar bracket , the support bracket and the riser bracket.


3. A cabinet for gas utility meter as in claim 1 wherein:

the upper area of the backing is recessed so as to be detached from
the wall to accommodate any type of wall finishing encountered.




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4. A cabinet for gas utility meter as in claim 1 wherein:

a tracer wire opening is provided for passing a tracer wire so that it is
visible for service line locates.


5. A cabinet for gas utility meter as in claim 1 wherein:

a viewing window provides for direct reading of he meter.

6. A cabinet for gas utility meter as in claim 1 wherein:

handles are located on each side of the cover and made of cut out
openings.


7. A cabinet for gas utility meter as in claim 1 wherein:

gas vent assembly cover openings and gas vent assembly backing
openings, located both on the left and on the right of the cabinet
provide passage to a regulator vent tube.


Note : Les descriptions sont présentées dans la langue officielle dans laquelle elles ont été soumises.


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Cabinet for gas utility meter

FIELD OF THE INVENTION

[001] The present invention relates generally to cabinets and containers but
more particularly to a cabinet designed for hiding and protecting a gas
utility meter.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

[002] Gas utility meters are usually ungainly and are also fragile with their
exposed pipes which could be subject to an accidental impact from a
variety of sources. Although there exists a variety of barriers such as

heavy posts or various plates acting as guard rails, they do not hide the
meter from view.

[003] Most meter cabinets currently on the market do not have sufficient
capacity. Meters developed for the asian or european market are not as
sturdy, especially considering north american climate, and they do not fit

the shape and size of north american meters, TC compensation or
government approvals requirements. There is a need for an improved
way of hiding and protecting a gas utility meter.


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PRIOR ART CAPABILITY AND MOTIVATIONS. AS HELPING TO SHOW
PATENTABILITY HERE

[004] Even in hindsight consideration of the present invention to determine
its
inventive and novel nature, it is not only conceded but emphasized that
the prior art had many details usable in this invention, but only if the
prior art had had the guidance of the present invention, details of both
capability and motivation.

[005] That is, it is emphasized that the prior art had/or knew several
particulars which individually and accumulatively show the non-
obviousness of this combination invention. E.g.,

a) The cost of the materials are relatively low and do not have a
profound impact on price to the point of offsetting the benefits of
this novel product;

b) The nature of an invention as being a "novel combination", in
spite of existence of details separately, is especially significant
here where the novelty is of the plurality of concepts, i.e. ,

creating a cabinet for a gas utility meter that meets and exceeds


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all safety and norm regulations while being practical and easy to
install;

c) The addition of providing useful features for the utility company
on an ongoing basis such as easy meter reading;

d) The matter of particular cost-factors, in a detailed form which
would surely convey the realization of the huge cost benefits
involved in manufacturing such a device;


e) The cost-factors involved in the maintenance repair etc of gas
utility meters requires that they be adequately protected from
potential damages while not negating other aspects such as
esthetics, safety, access to safety measures such as line cut off,

ease of installation and ease of use for the gas meter reader;

f) The ease of tooling for the present invention has surely given
manufacturers ample incentive to have made modifications for
commercial competitiveness in a competitive industry, if the

concepts had been obvious;

g) The prior art has always had sufficient skill to make many types
of gas meter covers, more than ample skill to have achieved the


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present invention, but only if the concepts and their combinations
had been conceived;

h) Substantially all of the operational characteristics and

advantages of details of the present invention, when considered
separately from one another and when considered separately
from the present invention's details and accomplishment of the
details, are within the skill of persons of various arts, but only
when considered away from the integrated and novel combination

of concepts which by their cooperative combination achieve this
advantageous invention;

i) The details of the present invention, when considered solely
from the standpoint of construction, are exceedingly simple,

basically a two piece molded polymer assembly and the matter of
simplicity of construction has long been recognized as indicative
of inventive creativity;

j) Similarly, and a long-recognized indication of inventiveness of a
novel combination, is the realistic principle that a person of
ordinary skill in the art, as illustrated with respect to the claimed
combination as differing in the stated respects from the prior art
both as to construction and concept, is presumed to be one who


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thinks along the line of conventional wisdom in the art and is not
one who undertakes to innovate; and

k) The predictable benefits from a novel gas meter that is easily
5 installed on either new construction or established buildings
having the features of this invention would seem sufficiently high
that others would have been working on this type of product, but
only if the concepts which it presents had been conceived.

10[006] Accordingly, although the prior art has had capability and motivation,
amply sufficient to presumably give incentive to the development a
cabinet for a gas utility meter according to the present invention, the fact
remains that this invention awaited the creativity and inventive discovery
of the present Inventor. In spite of ample motivation, the prior art did not
suggest this invention.

PRIOR ART AS PARTICULAR INSTANCES OF FAILURE TO PROVIDE
THIS NOVEL PRODUCT AND INSTALLATION METHOD

[007] In view of the general advantages of the present invention as an

improved embodiment of the prior art, it may be difficult to realize that
the prior art has not conceived of the combination purpose and
achievement of the present invention, even though the need for it is a


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known requested commodity for people nowadays who (describe what
people want) . Surely the need for a cabinet for a gas utility meter that
meets and exceeds all safety and norm regulations while being practical
and easy to install has been known for decades and the technology to

achieve such results has been known for years and that the various
combination provided in this invention would have been desired and
attempted long ago, but only if its factors and combination-nature had
been obvious.

[008] Other considerations, as herein mentioned, when realistically evaluated
show the inventive nature of the present invention, a change in concept
which the prior patent and other prior art did not achieve.

SUMMARY OF THE PRIOR ART'S LACK OF SUGGESTIONS OF THE
CONCEPTS OF THE INVENTION'S COMBINATION


[009] And the existence of such prior art knowledge and related ideas
embodying such various features is not only conceded, it is emphasized;
for as to the novelty here of the combination, of the invention as
considered as a whole, a contrast to the prior art helps also to remind of

needed improvement, and the advantages and the inventive significance
of the present concepts. Thus, as shown herein as a contrast to all the
prior art, the inventive significance of the present concepts as a


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combination is emphasized, and the nature of the concepts and their
results can perhaps be easier seen as an invention.

[0010] Although varieties of prior art are conceded, and ample motivation is
shown, and full capability in the prior art is conceded, no prior art shows
or suggests details of the overall combination of the present invention,

as is the proper and accepted way of considering the inventiveness
nature of the concepts.

[0011] That is, although the prior art may show an approach to the overall
invention, it is determinatively significant that none of the prior art shows
the novel and advantageous concepts in combination, which provides

the merits of this invention, even though certain details are shown
separately from this accomplishment as a combination.

[0012] Many problems originally faced the realization of this invention and
are
shown here in a problem/solution table to show that the various steps in
its realization did take various approaches in order to find the proper one

which required several inventive insights and intuitive creative thinking in
order to be thought out and implemented.


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[0013] For example:

Problem Solution
No door access required One piece moulding, pop off cover
Left or right regulator relief outlet Pre drill holes on side of backing.
determined at installation time only Flexible PVC hose with fittings replaces
ri id vent
Regulator relief vent extension to meet Removing PVC relief elbow use
venting code coupling to join to pipe extension
No access to shut off valve Hole drill in cabinet at valve height
extension on valve knob
Must adapt to all exterior wall finishes Redesign top haft backing with a 1.5"
offset, redesign supports to compensate,
reinforce backing with ribs as well as the
sides.
Inner covers had to be redesign seating to
accommodate new baking shape
Regulator PVC vent approval To comply with PVC vent approval present
$/." flex tube was replace with 1" PVC flex
tube and fittings
Quick change out of regulator when Standard 1" fltting on regulator vent was
connected to an vent extension changed to a split fitting style allowing the
vent pipe to remain in place while removing
the regulator
Isolate tracer wire from meter set Passage was made in backing, isolating it
from meter set and accessible without
removing cover
Remove cabinet side vents Modify top of backing for vents
Relocate cover clamping latch for quick Modify each sides of backing and cover
removal of cover for lathes, addition of moulded handles
to cover
Not all makes of regulators fit inside Modify cover shape to allow for space
Improve aesthetics Reshape covers from angular to rounded
witch required some supports to be
modified
Difficulty to redirect vent pipe in cold Vent pipe changed to extra flex
design pipe
weather with lower temperature rating
Extension on valve rejected Reshape lower left portion of covers to give
access to valve with tools with out removing
cover. Move piping and valve to the left to
gain accessibility from out side. Relocate
supports and redesign riser bracket.

First valve access rejected Reshape lower left portion of covers to give


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access to valve with tools with out removing
cover. Move piping and valve to the left to
gain accessibility from out side. Relocate
supports and redesign riser bracket for a
second time.
Smaller design requested for non AMR Redesign of front cover no impact on
installations backing
Window is required for non AMR Both covers redesign to accept window
installation for readings option

Bug screen requested Top and lower backing were modify for
optional screens, as well as lower
portions of covers accordin I
Must accept more than one size risers Lower portions of both covers and
backing where modified to accept riser
pipe sizes of'/2" to 1'/2"pipe; this
implies use of a bushing. This does not
affect shut of valve accessibility
Under meter support Under meter support was made
adjustable for all applications
Lower riser support does not align Modify mold and move forward
Very minimal clearance between valve Modify mould and lower riser support
and riser support
New support location resulted in left Add and other anchor position this
corner to suspended and weak implies mould modification
Window on cover pops out under Modify cover mold window area add
pressure counter sink edge with lip support
[0014] And the prior art's lack of an invention of a gas utility meter cabinet

aimed at adequately protecting gas meters from potential damages
while not negating other aspects such as aesthetics, safety, and other
advantages of the present invention, which are goals only approached

by the prior art, must be recognized as being a long-felt need now
fulfilled.


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[0015] Accordingly, the various concepts and components are conceded and
emphasized to have been widely known in the prior art as to various
installations; nevertheless, the prior art not having had the particular
combination of concepts and details as here presented and shown in

5 novel combination different from the prior art and its suggestions, even
only a fair amount of realistic humility, to avoid consideration of this
invention improperly by hindsight, requires the concepts and
achievements here to be realistically viewed as a novel combination,
inventive in nature. And especially is this a realistic consideration when

10 viewed from the position of a person of ordinary skill in this art at the
time of this invention, and without trying to reconstruct this invention
from the prior art without use of hindsight toward particulars not
suggested by the prior art.

15FEATURES AND ADVANTAGES OF THE INVENTION

[0016] In view of the foregoing disadvantages inherent in the known devices
now present in the prior art, the present invention, which will be
described subsequently in greater detail, is to provide objects and
advantages which are:

20[0017] To provide for an aesthetically pleasing cover that hides a gas
utility
meter.


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[0018] To provide for a cover that protects a gas utility meter against the
environment both in terms of normal exposure than accidental damage.

[0019] To provide for a way to reduce installation time and maintenance costs
by way of ease of installation and ease of removal for quick access such
as for reading the meter or actuating the valve.

[0020] Other advantages include interior space allowing for installation of a
secondary valve to feed a pool heater, auxiliary buildings or other
accessories.

10[0021] Further advantages include:

= Fast ,lower cost of installation

= Allows for standardization of installations
= Extends metering station life cycle
= Minimizes maintenance cost

= Isolates tracer wire from meter set, prevents static discharge
= Protects meter installations from elements

= Protects against regulator freeze up
= Protects from third party damage

= Protects accidental personal injuries

= Eliminates sealing problems vs. in wall mounted cabinets and eliminates
work space restrictions


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[0022] To attain these ends, the present invention generally comprises a cover
and a backing and the backing is positioned behind a meter and the
backing is fixedly attached to a wall. The backing has a bar bracket, a
support bracket, and a riser bracket.

[0023] There is a latching means to secure the cover onto the backing. The
backing and the cover have reinforced ribs. A shut-off gas valve
opening to allow for accessing a gas valve,and gas valve openings. The

cover has a bottom venting opening and a riser opening to provide
space for the passing of a main gas line riser into the cabinet .

[0024] Variations in the embodiment offer other features such as:

15[0025] Notches are integrated into the bar bracket , the support bracket and
the
riser bracket so as to facilitate aligning and centring of the meter onto
the bar bracket , the support bracket and the riser bracket.

[0026] The upper area of the backing is recessed so as to be detached from
the wall to accommodate any type of wall finishing encountered.

[0027] A tracer wire opening is provided for passing a tracer wire so that it
is
visible for service line locates.


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[0028] A viewing window provides for direct reading of he meter.

[0029] Handles are located on each side of the cover and are preferably, but
not necessarily, made of cut out openings.

[0030] Gas vent assembly cover openings and gas vent assembly backing
openings, located both on the left and on the right of the cabinet
provide passage to a regulator vent tube.

[0031] There has thus been outlined, rather broadly, the more important
features of the invention in order that the detailed description thereof
that follows may be better understood, and in order that the present
contribution to the art may be better appreciated. There are additional

features of the invention that will be described hereinafter and which will
form the subject matter of the claims appended hereto.

[0032] In this respect, before explaining at least one embodiment of the
invention in detail, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited
in its application to the details of construction and to the arrangements

of the components set forth in the following description or illustrated in
the drawings. The invention is capable of other embodiments and of
being practiced and carried out in various ways. Also, it is to be


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understood that the phraseology and terminology employed herein are
for the purpose of description and should not be regarded as limiting.

[0033] As such, those skilled in the art will appreciate that the conception,
upon
which this disclosure is based, may readily be utilized as a basis for the
designing of other structures, methods and systems for carrying out the
several purposes of the present invention. It is important, therefore, that
the claims be regarded as including such equivalent constructions
insofar as they do not depart from the spirit and scope of the present
invention.

[0034] These together with other objects of the invention, along with the
various
features of novelty which characterize the invention, are pointed out with
particularity in the claims annexed to and forming a part of this

disclosure. For a better understanding of the invention, its operating
advantages and the specific objects attained by its uses, reference
should be made to the accompanying drawings and descriptive matter
which contains illustrated preferred embodiments of the invention.

20BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

[0035] FIG. I perspective view of the invention in context of use.


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[0036] FIG. 2 Perspective view with the cover removed.

[0037] FIG. 3 Perspective view favoring the bottom.

[0038] Fig. 4 Perspective view of the cover favoring one side.
[0039] Fig. 5 Perspective view of the cover showing the inside.
5[0040] Fig. 6 Perspective view of the wall plate showing the interior.

[0041] Fig. 7 Perspective view of the wall plate showing the exterior.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION

[0042] A cabinet for gas utility meter (10) has a cover (12) and a backing
(14).
10 The backing (14) is positioned behind a meter (16) and fixedly attached
to a wall (18). Generally, this is done before the meter (16) is installed
but can also be done afterwards such as the millions of already installed
meters (16) across north america.

[0043] The backing (14) includes a bar bracket (20), a support bracket (22)
and
15 a riser bracket (24). Notches (26) are integrated into the bar bracket


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(20), the support bracket (22) and the riser bracket (24) so as to
facilitate aligning and centring. It is also possible to insert threaded
mechanical fasteners into them so as to secure the meter (16).

[0044] A latching means (30) secures the cover (12) over the backing (14)
while allowing for quick and easy removal. The latching means (30)
operates by resilient deformation of the cover which engages or
disengages the latching means (30).

[0045] The upper area of the backing (14) is recessed so as to be detached
from the wall (18) to accommodate any type of wall finishing
encountered, i.e. aluminum, stone, brick,etc, which tend to protrude from

the foundation (17). The backing (14) features a plurality of reinforced
moulded ribs (34) to provide structural integrity. Horizontal parts (36) of
the backing (12) are slanted so as to reduce potential accumulation of
debris in these areas. A tracer wire opening (38) is provided for passing

a tracer wire (39) so that it is visible for service line locates. A viewing
window (62) provides for direct reading of he meter (16).

[0046] The cover (12) also has a plurality of reinforced moulded ribs (34) to
provide structural integrity. A shut-off gas valve opening (42) allows for
easy access to a gas valve (44). The cover (12) has a bottom venting

opening (46) as well as a riser opening (47) to provide space for the
passing of a main gas line riser (48) into the cabinet (10). The cabinet


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(10) is generally well vented so as not to allow any potential gas buildup
or heat buildup. Handles (50) are located on each side of the cover (12)
and are preferably, but not necessarily, made of cut out openings.

[0047] Gas vent assembly cover openings (52) and gas vent assembly backing
openings (53), located both on the left and on the right of the cabinet
(10) provide passage to a regulator (56) vent tube (58), generally made
out of flexible PVC, pre-assembled with a connector (60) such as a
twist-on MNPT connector for example.

[0048] The cabinet (10) can be pre-assembled as per customer specs. i.e.
meter set assembly, gas vent assembly, etc... The cabinet (10) comes
with all necessary hardware. If needed, cuts can be made on the cover
to accommodate the existing piping configuration.

[0049] As to current technology, the cabinet (10) is preferably manufactured
of
a polymer impact resistant for temperatures of -30 Celsius, as standard,
with optional manufacturing for -40 Celsius. It is UV protected. Fire

retardant is optional. The customers name and logo can be molded on
the cover as requested. The cover (10) has been designed to
accommodate Automatic Meter Reading devices. Also, the cover has a
built-in window (62) to allow for direct meter reading.



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[0050] As to a further discussion of the manner of usage and operation of the
present invention, the same should be apparent from the above
description. Accordingly, no further discussion relating to the manner of
usage and operation will be provided.


[0051] With respect to the above description then, it is to be realized that
the
optimum dimensional relationships for the parts of the invention, to
include variations in size, materials, shape, form, function and manner of
operation, assembly and use, are deemed readily apparent and obvious

to one skilled in the art, and all equivalent relationships to those
illustrated in the drawings and described in the specification are
intended to be encompassed by the present invention.

[0052] Therefore, the foregoing is considered as illustrative only of the
principles of the invention. Further, since numerous modifications and
changes will readily occur to those skilled in the art, it is not desired to
limit the invention to the exact construction and operation shown and
described, and accordingly, all suitable modifications and equivalents
may be resorted to, falling within the scope of the invention.


Une figure unique qui représente un dessin illustrant l’invention.

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