US Pat. No. 9,394,679

CONNECTION STRUCTURE OF BEAM AND COLUMN, AND CONNECTION MEMBER

SENQCIA CORPORATION, Tok...

1. A beam-and-column connection structure, comprising:
a connection member having a column-connection surface connected to the column, a beam-mounting surface which is a surface
approximately perpendicular to the column-connection surface, and a notch formed on the column-connection surface along the
width direction of the body to avoid interference with a diaphragm;

a pair of diaphragms formed on the column;
a first beam of which flange parts are connected to the upper and the lower diaphragms respectively; and
a second beam that has a different height to the first beam and is connected to the column in a different direction to the
first beam; wherein,

a flange part of the second beam is connected to one of the diaphragms;
the column-connection surface of the connection member is connected to the peripheral surface of the column between the other
flange part of the second beam and the other diaphragm;

the thickness of the connection member at an intersection part of the extended part of the diaphragm and the connection member,
in which the interference is avoided at the notch, is provided to be larger than the thickness of the column; and

stress is transmitted between the other flange part of the second beam and the other diaphragm via the connection member.

US Pat. No. 9,399,868

COLUMN STRUCTURE AND BASE MEMBER

Senqcia Corporation, Tok...

1. A column structure comprising:
a column member having a web and flanges that are integrally provided at both sides, in a width direction, of the web;
a base member having an upper side that is joined to the column member, wherein an indented portion is provided in a lower
side face of the base member;

a first anchor member including a lower end side and an upper end side, wherein a first anchor portion is attached to the
lower end side and the lower end side is anchored in concrete, and the base member is fixed to the upper end side of the first
anchor member at a position of the base member that is at an opposite side of a flange of the column member from a side of
the flange at which the web is located; and

a second anchor member including a lower end side and an upper end side, wherein a second anchor portion is attached to the
lower end side and the lower end side is anchored in concrete, and the base member is fixed to the upper end side at a web
side with respect to the flange.

US Pat. No. 9,364,774

CHAIN STRUCTURE

SENQCIA CORPORATION, Tok...

1. A chain structure comprising:
a sprocket wheel in which a plurality of gear teeth capable of engaging with a chain are formed in an outer peripheral portion;
and

the chain in which a pair of side plate members facing to each other are coupled in an endless manner at plural sets in a
length direction, and which is wound around gear teeth in the outer peripheral portion of said sprocket wheel,

wherein a protruding plate portion for preventing the side plate member from dropping from a wound state to the sprocket wheel
is provided in at least a part of the plural sets of said side plate members,

wherein said protruding plate portion includes a base end plate portion which protrudes out of a center portion of the side
plate portion in a longitudinal direction so as to extend in a radially inward direction of the sprocket wheel, an intermediate
plate portion which is folded from a leading end portion of the base end plate portion so as to extend in such a direction
that goes away from the paired side plate portions, and a vertical plate portion which is folded from a leading end portion
of the intermediate plate portion so as to extend in the radially inward direction of the sprocket wheel, and

wherein said side plate member is configured such that a portion of the sprocket wheel side except for the portion where said
protruding plate portion is provided is located radially more outward than the intermediate plate portion.

US Pat. No. 10,219,404

DOUBLE FLOOR MEMBER

SENQCIA CORPORATION, Tok...

1. A double-floor member comprising:at least one floor panel comprising an upper surface configured to be substantially flat and square shaped forming a horizontal floor face held horizontally at a predetermined height from a foundation floor face, said at least one floor panel being arranged side by side on which at least one case is adapted to be placed;
at least one first guide rail that is directly in contact with and fixed to the upper surface of said at least one floor panel, said first guide rail being extended in a horizontal direction along the upper surface of the floor panel ; and
at least one first connecting member that is movable in a longitudinal direction of said first guide rail and is engaged with said first guide rail so as not to be separated upward from said first guide rail;
wherein said at least one first connecting member is configured to be connected to said at least one case by at least one fixing bolt so that the first guide rail and the first connecting member are not directly in contact with the case.

US Pat. No. 9,334,642

CONNECTION STRUCTURE OF COLUMN AND BEAM, AND REINFORCING MEMBER

SENQCIA CORPORATION, Tok...

1. A connection structure of a column and beams comprising:
a column having an approximately rectangular cross-sectional outline;
a pair of diaphragms formed on the column;
a first beam of which flange parts are connected to an upper diaphragm and a lower diaphragm of the diaphragms respectively;
a second beam that has a height different to the first beam and is connected to the column in a direction different to the
first beam; and

a reinforcing member connected to outer surfaces of the column, wherein the reinforcing member has a first connecting part
and a second connecting part that are formed perpendicular to each other to be approximately L-shaped, the first connecting
part being connected to a surface of the column to which the second beam is connected and the second connecting part being
connected to a surface which is perpendicular to the surface to which the second beam is connected;

a first flange part of the second beam is connected to one of the diaphragms;
a second flange part of the second beam is connected to an outer surface of the column;
a pair of the reinforcing member is connected to both sides of the column so as to interpose the second beam,
corner parts of the column are configured with curved surface parts;
an inner surface side between the first connecting part and the second connecting part is a concave surface part;
the reinforcing member has a convex part which is the component of the reinforcement member which protrudes from both an upper
surface and a lower surface of the reinforcement member in a direction perpendicular to both a longitudinal direction of the
first connecting part and a longitudinal direction of the second connecting part;

the concave surface part is continuously formed on an inner surface of the convex part;
at least one of the end parts of the second beam in its width direction projects out to the curved surface part of the column;
and

the reinforcing member is connected to the column and the second beam with the convex part being inserted into a gap which
is formed between the curved surface part and the second flange part at a height of the second flange part of the second beam
when a side surface of the column and a side edge part of the second beam are put together and one of edge parts of the second
flange part in its width direction projects out to the curved surface part.

US Pat. No. 9,683,374

FLOOR PANEL

SENQCIA CORPORATION, (JP...

1. A floor panel comprising an upper member and a lower member which are formed as opened box shape having a concave space,
wherein the peripheral edge portions are connected so as to communicate the concave spaces in said upper member and said lower
member with each other, and an internal space is formed in the inner portion thereof,

wherein a notched portion intruding approximately as a rectangular shape with two inner corners which extend into an inner
side of said floor panel is formed in a peripheral edge and side plate portion of each of said upper member and said lower
member,

wherein a step receiving surface having a step in relation to the upper surface of the floor panel is formed in said upper
member so as to be along three edge portions of said notched portion,

wherein the two internal corner portions of said rectangular notched portion formed in the upper member intrude into the inner
side of said floor panel, in a horizontal cross section below the step receiving surface, and

wherein the two internal corner portions of said rectangular notched portion formed in the lower member intrude into the inner
side of said floor panel, in a horizontal cross section above a bottom surface of the floor panel.

US Pat. No. 9,422,717

COLUMN STRUCTURE AND BASE MEMBER

Senqcia Corporation, Tok...

1. A column structure comprising:
a column member that is integrally provided with a flange at each of two width direction sides of a web;
a base member having an upper side joined to the column member;
a first anchor member including a lower end side that is fixed to a foundation, and including an upper end side to which the
base member is fixed, the first anchor member being positioned:

at one width direction end side of the flange and not positioned at an end opposite to the one width direction end side of
the flange; and

a second anchor member including a lower end side that is fixed to the foundation, and including an upper end side to which
the base member is fixed, the second anchor member being positioned:

at the other width direction end side of the flange, at which the first anchor member is not positioned and the second anchor
member is not positioned at the one width direction end side of the flange at which the first anchor member is positioned,

the second anchor member having higher tensile strength than the first anchor member,
a third anchor member including a lower end side that is fixed to the foundation, and including an upper end side to which
the base member is fixed, the third anchor member being positioned:

at one width direction end side of the web and not positioned at an end opposite to the one width direction end side of the
web,

a fourth anchor member including a lower end side that is fixed to the foundation, and including an upper end side to which
the base member is fixed, the fourth anchor member being positioned:

at the other width direction end side of the web at which the third anchor member is not positioned and the fourth anchor
member is not positioned at the one width direction end side of the web at which the third anchor member is positioned,

the fourth anchor member having higher tensile strength than the third anchor member.

US Pat. No. 9,593,492

LID MEMBER AND FLOOR PANEL USING THE SAME

SENQCIA CORPORATION, (JP...

1. A lid member comprising:
a first plate portion having a predetermined thickness, and having a first surface defining an upper surface of the lid member
and a second surface opposite to the first surface;

a second plate portion having a predetermined thickness, and having a third surface defining a side surface of the lid member
and a fourth surface opposite to the third surface;

the first plate portion and the second plate portion being adjacent to each other; and
the lid member being approximately formed as an L-shaped form in cross section,
said first surface being substantially perpendicularly in relation to the third surface, and said first surface being contiguous
to the third surface,

said second surface being substantially perpendicularly in relation to the fourth surface, and said second surface being contiguous
to the fourth surface,

said first and second plate portions having a ridge line portion at a boundary of said first and third surfaces,
length directions of the first and second plate portions being in parallel to a length direction of the ridge line portion,
and

wherein said first plate portion has a plurality of first groove portions which extend approximately in parallel to said ridge
line portion so as to be arranged side by side while being spaced from each other, and

said plurality of first groove portions are formed so as to be concaved to said second surface side in relation to the first
surface, and

wherein said first plate portion has a plurality of second groove portions which are formed so as to be concaved to said second
surface side in relation to the first surface,

said plurality of second groove portions being connected at both end portions in a length direction respectively to said plurality
of first groove portions,

a height position of a groove bottom surface of the first groove portions being aligned with a height position of a groove
bottom surface of the second groove portions, and

wherein said plurality of second groove portions contain a first group of groove portions arranged closer to both ends portions
in the length direction of said first plate portion and a second group of groove portions arranged closer to a center position
in the length direction of said first plate portion, and

wherein the first group of groove portions and the second group of groove portions are set in respective length directions
so that an angle from said ridge line portion has a smaller incline in the first group of groove portions than in the second
group of groove portions.

US Pat. No. 9,476,218

COLUMN BASE FITTING AND COLUMN BASE STRUCTURE USING IT

SENQCIA CORPORATION, (JP...

1. A column base fitting comprising:
a bottom plate formed to be a plate shape having a square shape, both surfaces of upper and lower, and thickness, and;
a support base being inside from a periphery part of the upper surface of the bottom plate and having a height upward,
wherein an upper surface of the support base is configured to be jointed on a lower end of a column member,
wherein three bolt insertion holes are formed in each four corner portions of the bottom plate,
wherein each center position of the three bolt insertion holes is located at a position, in which a gravity center of a triangle
consisting of lines connecting each center of the bolt insertion holes comes to a position corresponding to a corner part
of the support base, and

wherein each of said three bolt insertion holes is formed to have approximately the same diameter,
wherein the three bolt insertion holes are a first bolt insertion hole formed in each four corner portions of the bottom plate
and second bolt insertion holes formed at positions closer to a center part than the first bolt insertion hole in each two
adjacent sides to the corner portion, and

wherein a step recess portion lower than a height of the bottom plate is formed on a lower surface side of the bottom plate
and outside in the horizontal direction from the second bolt insertion hole.

US Pat. No. 9,771,724

FLOOR PANEL

SENQCIA CORPORATION, Tok...

1. A floor panel comprising:
an upper member which has an upper surface and a side surface and is formed as a box shape with a concave space;
shape with a concave shape; and
said upper member and said lower member being combined at a lower end of the side surface of said upper member and an upper
end of the side surface of said lower member so as to communicate the respective concave spaces so as to form an internal
space in an inner portion,

said side surfaces of the upper member and the lower member defining a side surface of the floor panel,
wherein a part of said lower end of the side surface of said upper member and a part of said upper end of the side surface
of said lower member are bent toward an inner side of said floor panel to provide an upper concave portion and a lower concave
portion formed on the inner side of the floor panel in relation to the side surface of the floor panel, said upper and lower
concave portions forming a single indented portion therebetween,

wherein said floor panel has a joint portion in which leading end portions of peripheral edge portions of the side surfaces
of the upper member and the lower member are folded back on each other so as to enwrap each other so as to be connected, and
to form said internal space;

wherein said joint portion is arranged in a midstream portion of the side surface of said floor panel, and arranged in said
single indented portion of said floor panel.

US Pat. No. 9,708,813

BEAM REINFORCING METALLIC MATERIAL AND BEAM REINFORCING STRUCTURE

SENQCIA CORPORATION, Tok...

1. A beam reinforcing metallic material that reinforces a web part and a through hole of a beam, comprising:
a contacting surface that contacts with the web part of the beam;
a welding surface that is welded to the web part; and
a counter-flange-part surface that approximately faces the welding surface and faces the flange part of the beam, wherein
the beam reinforcing metallic material has a longitudinal direction that is parallel to a longitudinal direction of the beam
when the beam reinforcing metallic material is attached to the beam,

the cross-section of a center part of the beam-reinforcing metallic material in the longitudinal direction is larger than
the cross-sections of both end parts in the longitudinal direction,

a plurality of protrusions that show a direction of the counter-flange-part surface are formed on part of the counter-flange-part
surface,

the protrusions extend in a direction perpendicular to the longitudinal direction,
the welding surface comprises a welded part that is welded to the web part, welding-range specifying part that specifies a
range of welding, an angle-varying part, and an other part of the welding surface, and

the welding range specifying part is an angle varying-part in which an angle between the welded part and the other part of
the welding surface varies.

US Pat. No. 10,000,919

CONNECTION STRUCTURE OF COLUMN AND BEAM AND METHOD FOR CONNECTING COLUMN AND BEAM

SENQCIA CORPORATION, Tok...

6. A method for connecting a column and a beam usingouter diaphragms, each of which being divided at the substantially center of the width direction of a pair of opposing faces of the column so as to be divided into two sections in a perimeter direction, each of the sections being provided in a bending U-shape, and
a beam of which an end face is connected with an end plate in advance,
the method comprising:
forming female screws on the outer diaphragms in a direction so as to be put between the first end plate and the column;
making the height of the end plate taller than the height of the beam and both end parts of the end plate project upward and downward from both flange faces of the beam, and forming bolt holes on the projecting parts of the end plate at positions that correspond to the female screws on the outer diaphragms;
connecting the outer diaphragms to different vertical heights of outer faces of the column relative to one another such that each of the divided sections of each outer diaphragm is connected to three outer faces of the column;
inserting bolts into the bolt holes and the female screws in a direction parallel to a longitudinal direction of the beam to connect the end plate and the outer diaphragms.

US Pat. No. 9,879,755

CHAIN

SENQCIA CORPORATION, Tok...

2. A chain comprising:
bush link plates provided with bush fitting holes;
bushes fitted into the bush fitting holes,
rollers fitted rotatably on an outer circumference of each of the bushes,
wherein the chain is formed from split rollers made by splitting the roller into two or more parts;
a groove is provided on at least one of end faces of the split roller and the split rollers are joined together by engaging
a stop ring with the groove; and

on each combining surface of each of the split rollers, there are provided a protrusion and a depression which are allowed
to engage with each other when combining the split rollers with each other.

US Pat. No. 9,752,330

BASE ISOLATION FLOOR STRUCTURE

SENQCIA CORPORATION, Tok...

1. A base isolation floor structure comprising:
a base isolation frame containing a plurality of frames; and a plurality of base isolation bearings that support the base
isolation frame,

each of the base isolation bearings comprising:
a base isolation structure that has a plurality of rolling members and is disposed horizontally movably freely on a floor
surface;

a connecting member that is disposed above the base isolation structure and is connected to the base isolation frame;
an elastic plate member that is disposed between the connecting member and the base isolation structure; and
a rod member having a lower end that is fixed to the base isolation structure, an intermediate portion inserted loosely with
an allowance into a through hole formed in the connecting member, and an upper end that protrudes upward from the through
hole in the connecting member so that the rod member does not fix the connecting member.

US Pat. No. 9,695,591

BEAM REINFORCING STRUCTURE

SENQCIA CORPORATION, Tok...

1. A beam reinforcing structure in which beam reinforcing metallic materials are connected to the beam, comprising:
a beam being an H-shaped metallic material having a web part, flange parts that are above and below the web part, and a through
hole formed on the web part;

a ring-shaped first ring beam reinforcing metallic material that is fixed on the periphery or an edge part of the through
hole; and

a pair of second beam reinforcing metallic materials that are fixed in the vicinity of each of the flange parts of the beam
that are above and under the first ring beam reinforcing metallic material, wherein:

both of the second beam reinforcing metallic material having a three-dimensional shape with a longitudinal direction comprise:
a contacting surface that contacts the web part of the beam;
a welding surface that is welded to the web part; and
a counter-flange-part surface that faces the flange part of the beam,
the cross-sectional area of a center part in the longitudinal direction thereof is larger than each cross-sectional area of
both end parts of the second beam reinforcing metallic material in the longitudinal direction thereof,

a protrusion that shows the direction of the counter-flange-part surface extends from a side surface of the counter-flange
part surface thereof, and

a welding-range specifying part that specifies a range of welding is formed on the welding surface, and the welding-range
specifying part of the welding surface is welded to the web part.

US Pat. No. 9,797,125

CONNECTING MEMBER FOR COLUMN AND CONNECTION STRUCTURE OF COLUMN

SENQCIA CORPORATION, Tok...

1. A connecting member for columns comprising:
a main body part being an approximately rectangular plate with an upper surface and a lower surface;
a convex part; and
a cutout part, which is a through hole penetrating the main body part, formed toward a direction from the lower surface to
the upper surface of the main body part at a center part of the lower surface of the main body part, the convex part being
provided around the cutout part on the lower surface of the main body part, and an amount of protrusion of the convex part
being increased from a side of a base part of the convex part toward the cutout part, wherein:

the convex part and the cutout part are formed in line symmetry to two axes of symmetry, in which the two axes of symmetry
are two perpendicular center lines passing through a center of the main body part, each of the two center lines being respectively
parallel to each of two sides of the main body part.