Drive for adjusting parts of seating and reclining furniture

  • US 5,927,144 A
  • Filed: 04/17/1997
  • Issued: 07/27/1999
  • Est. Priority Date: 10/18/1994
  • Status: Expired due to Term
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1. Drive for adjusting parts of seating and reclining furniture, including a basic housing for accepting a mechanism for driving a spindle fixed in position in the basic housing in a rotating manner and surrounded by a guide section connected to the basic housing and a motor flanged to the side of the basic housing, and connected to the mechanism, an accepting device for connection to an adjuster for adjusting the movable part of the seating or reclining furniture being provided on the housing and in which the spindle drives a nut and said nut moves longitudinally in a non-twisting manner within the guide section, the nut being connected to the adjuster, characterized in that the guide section has two parts and a slit between the two parts of the guide section, and that a slider is designated as the adjuster which is connected to the nut by means of longitudinally extending fins which reach through the slit.

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