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Mark R Niksic

from Conifer, CO
Age ~62

Mark Niksic Phones & Addresses

  • 10488 Christopher Dr, Conifer, CO 80433 (303) 838-7185
  • Pine, CO
  • Fairplay, CO
  • Lakewood, CO
  • Bailey, CO
  • Parker, CO
  • Englewood, CO

Work

Company: T a pelsue company Address: 2500 S Tejon St, Englewood, CO 80110 Position: Manager Industries: Canvas and Related Products

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

Emails

c***i@yahoo.com

Resumes

Resumes

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President At T.a.pelsue Company

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Position:
President at T.A.Pelsue Company, Vice President at T.A.Pelsue
Location:
Greater Denver Area
Industry:
Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
Work:
T.A.Pelsue Company since Jan 2013
President

T.A.Pelsue since 2003
Vice President

T.A.Pelsue Company 1988 - 2003
Engineering Manager
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Mark Niksic

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Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Mark Niksic
Manager
T A PELSUE COMPANY
Canvas and Related Products
2500 S Tejon St, Englewood, CO 80110
Mark Niksic
Manager
T A PELSUE COMPANY
Canvas and Related Products
2500 S Tejon St, Englewood, CO 80110

Publications

Us Patents

Retrieval And Fall Arrest System For Manhole Applications

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US Patent:
20080289905, Nov 27, 2008
Filed:
May 2, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/151018
Inventors:
Bradley A. Pelsue - Denver CO,
Edward J. Inman - Denver CO,
Timothy G. Peters - Boulder CO,
Christopher J. Duke - Denver CO,
Mark R. Niksic - Conifer CO,
International Classification:
A62B 1/08
US Classification:
182236
Abstract:
A foldable hoist, fall-arrest and recovery system to be used in connection with a rectangular manhole guard having vertical posts at four corners of the guard including an upper structure having four elongated support members forming a pyramid shaped structure with the base of each of the support members being securely mounted to the top of a post on the manhole guard and the other ends of the support members being pivotally connected to an apex so that the upper structure can be folded for storage and shipment when disconnected from the base and means connected at the apex for raising and lowering workers and/or cargo into and out of the manhole or for arresting the fall or recovering a worker.

Air Blower Apparatus And Method Of Use

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US Patent:
62102702, Apr 3, 2001
Filed:
Dec 3, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/773261
Inventors:
Mark R. Niksic - Conifer CO
W. B. West - Littleton CO
Tim L. Mercer - Westminster CO
Assignee:
T. A. Pelsue Company - Englewood CO
International Classification:
F24F 7007
US Classification:
454338
Abstract:
An assembly for directing air to a desired location for use as an air blower, carpet drier or the like. An air blower component in a preferred embodiment includes an outlet having attachment means engageable with a separate component such as a ducting housing or carpet drier attachment, through engageable lugs.

Nub Assembly For Tent Frame Struts

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US Patent:
50695720, Dec 3, 1991
Filed:
Jan 8, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/461921
Inventors:
Mark R. Niksic - Lakewood CO
Assignee:
T. A. Pelsue Company - Englewood CO
International Classification:
F16B 704
US Classification:
403170
Abstract:
A hub for providing an articulating interconnection between the ends of tent frame struts, comprising a base member and a cap member rotatably interconnected by a common axis of rotation to form an encasement having a plurality of interior cavities equally spaced radially from the common axis, a like plurality of elongated windows each having top and side framing portions and a sill, each in communication with one of the cavities, a like plurality of radial slots in the base member in respective communication with one of the said windows and a like plurality of sockets, each having a spherical terminating end portion and disposed in each of said cavities.

Construction Heater And Method Of Manufacture Of Heater

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US Patent:
52016510, Apr 13, 1993
Filed:
Mar 11, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/667794
Inventors:
Mark R. Niksic - Bailey CO
Charles Hokes - Seven Hills OH
Assignee:
T.A. Pelsue Company - Englewood CO
International Classification:
F23N 300
US Classification:
431 12
Abstract:
A gas-fired construction heater which meets the applicable ANSI Standard and operates to supply heated air separately from products of combustion. The products of combustion are permitted to contain no more than a specified percent of carbon monoxide when uncontrolled heater operating conditions are within predetermined ranges. The uncontrolled operating conditions include variations in input rate and supply voltage. A combustion chamber produces the products of combustion and has primary and secondary combustion zones. A heat exchanger receives the products of combustion and transfers heat therefrom to fresh air to be heated. The chamber and the heat exchanger define a tertiary combustion zone. Inlets supply a separate natural combustion draft to each of the primary and tertiary combustion zones. The inlets include a first and a third fixed-area inlet for respectively supplying the separate natural drafts to the primary and tertiary combustion zones.

Ground Tent With External Frame And Improved Subframe Therefor

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US Patent:
49414992, Jul 17, 1990
Filed:
Apr 3, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/332791
Inventors:
Bradley A. Pelsue - Englewood CO
Mark R. Niksic - Lakewood CO
Assignee:
T. A. Pelsue Company - Englewood CO
International Classification:
E04H 1540
US Classification:
135104
Abstract:
A tenting structure with two angularly related sidewalls forming a roof and having at least one collapsible frame for externally supporting each of the sidewalls and where the frame includes a hub radially carrying a plurality of flexible struts whose distal ends are secured in external pockets positioned around the edges of each of the sidewalls and where the frame is sized and dimensioned in respect to the sidewalls that the frame members take on a compression induced dish shaped outward bow. The hub includes a plurality of pivotal strut mounting sockets which rotate about their pivotal axis to a discrete splayed position and to a definitive stowed position.

Geodetic Tent Structure

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US Patent:
49985523, Mar 12, 1991
Filed:
Sep 12, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/406233
Inventors:
Mark R. Niksic - Lakewood CO
Mark E. Erickson - Oakland CA
Assignee:
T. A. Pelsue Company - Englewood CO
International Classification:
E04H 1536
US Classification:
135102
Abstract:
A self supporting collapsible tent structure having a tension bearing polygonal shaped floor member defining a first tent level, a plurality of hub members each carrying a plurality of sockets which are pivotal about axes which are co-planer and are interrelated one to the other as the sides of polygon, a series of said hub members disposed in a plane at a second tent level which is spaced apart from said first tent level and whose sockets are pivotal in a first direction, and additional series of said hub members disposed in a plane at a third tent level which is spaced apart from said second tent level and whose sockets are pivotal in a second direction, opposite to the said first direction, a single, apex forming hub member disposed at a fourth tent level and whose sockets are pivotal in said first direction, a first plurality of compression rods, the ends of which are seated in the said sockets of the hub members in slightly curved polygonal planes defined and bounded by the rod members and a second plurality of compression rods, one end of which are seated in sockets of the hub members at the second tent level and the other end of which are connected to the perimeter of the floor member.
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