Leafield Cases Intellectual Property details

Leafiled cases designs and manufactures innovative ruggedized cases. The innovation includes new moulding methods and design details relating to modular tooling/moulds, stacking patterns, lid drainage, tie down points, document tubes, and many other moulded in features.  In addition, improvements have been made to case furniture with novel features and benefits being added in relation to catches, latches and case locking. Improvements relating to the cutting and welding of cases have also been introduced. Many of these features have patents pending.

This page is intended to serve as notice of all Leafield Cases current intellectual property and the products it applies to. The Cases are manufactured using modular tooling and patent applications may apply to any single part, or multiple use of tooling sections depending upon case size/design. The relevance of each patent application will therefore be listed according to length, width or height of the case.

Leafield cases part no construction

Example Aegis case part no - AE6040-22.10

AECase LengthCase width-Body Height-Lid height

Example Consort case part no - CO6040-22.10

COCase LengthCase width-Body Height-Lid height

UK Patent application GB1410676.9 applies on all cases with the following; 

Part Nos where the numbers in the in the first section of the code (case lengths) begin with;
60, 75, 100, 120, 87, 220, 200, 180, 160 or 140 

Part Nos where the numbers in the in the first section of the code (case width) end with;
40, 60, 75, 87 or 70 

Part Nos where the numbers in the in the second section of the code (Body Height) begin with;
22, 40, 50, 35, 32, 72 or 60 

Part Nos where the numbers in the in the second section of the code (Lid Height) ends with; 15 or 43 

UK Patent application GB1511437.4 applies on all cases with the following; 

Part Nos where the numbers in the in the first section of the code (case lengths case width) begin with;
10060, 12060, 8787, 7056, 70110, 22070, 20070, 18070, 16070 or 14070 

UK Patent application GB1511442.4  applies on all cases with the following;

Part Nos where the numbers in the in the first section of the code (case lengths case width) begin with;
6040, 7560, 10060, 12060, 12075 and 8787 and the end section of the code (Lid Height) ends with;
100.

With respect to moulded case features for cut & welding, UK Patent application GB1720852.1 applies on all cases with the following; 

Part Nos where the numbers in the in the first section of the code (case lengths case width) begin with;
10060,  8787, 22070, 20070, 18070, 16070 or 14070 

With respect to aspects relating to cut and weld techniques, UK Patent application GB1720852.1 applies to all Aegis & Consort cases; 

UK Patent application GB1807696.8  applies on all cases with the following;

Part Nos where the numbers in the in the first section of the code (case lengths) begin with;
220, 200, 180, 160 or 140. 

Part Nos where the numbers in the in the first section of the code (case width) end with;
70.

Part Nos where the numbers in the in the first section of the code (case lengths case width) begin with;
22070, 20070, 18070, 16070 and 14070 and the end section of the code (Body Height) begin with;
32 or 60.

Part Nos where the numbers in the in the first section of the code (case lengths case width) begin with;
22070, 20070, 18070, 16070 and 1400 and the end section of the code (Lid Height) ends with;
15 or 43.

Worldwide Patent application PCT/GB2019/051283 applies on all cases with the following; 

Part Nos where the numbers in the in the first section of the code (case lengths) begin with;
220, 200, 180, 160 or 140

Part Nos where the numbers in the in the first section of the code (case width) end with; 70
Part Nos where the numbers in the in the first section of the code (case lengths case width) begin with;
22070, 20070, 18070, 16070 and 14070 and the end section of the code (Body Height) begin with;
32 or 60.

Part Nos where the numbers in the in the first section of the code (case lengths case width) begin with;
22070, 20070, 18070, 16070 and 1400 and the end section of the code (Lid Height) ends with;
15 or 43.