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Jeret L Hoesel

from Bismarck, ND
Age ~47

Jeret Hoesel Phones & Addresses

  • 9200 Plainview Dr, Bismarck, ND 58503 (701) 360-2648
  • 8 Elm St, Lisbon, ND 58054 (701) 683-0152
  • 6773 130Th Ave, Lisbon, ND 58054 (701) 683-0152
  • 111 18Th St S, Fargo, ND 58103
  • Lidgerwood, ND
  • Wahpeton, ND

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Us Patents

Method For Operating A Multiple Speed Hydraulic Motor

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US Patent:
7614223, Nov 10, 2009
Filed:
Mar 30, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/731814
Inventors:
Joseph A. St. Aubin - Wahpeton ND, US
Jeret L. Hoesel - Lisbon ND, US
Walter K. Rolf - Lisbon ND, US
Assignee:
Clark Equipment Company - West Fargo ND
International Classification:
F16D 31/02
US Classification:
60327, 60329
Abstract:
A method of operating a hydraulic motor. In one embodiment, the method includes measuring a temperature of hydraulic fluid associated with the hydraulic motor and comparing the measured temperature of the hydraulic fluid to a first temperature threshold. The method also includes controlling an operational state of one or more hydraulic motor functions based at least partially on the comparison of the measured temperature of the hydraulic fluid and the first temperature threshold.

Shift Assisted Braking For A Power Machine Or Vehicle

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US Patent:
7762923, Jul 27, 2010
Filed:
Dec 1, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/607809
Inventors:
Scott N. Schuh - Fort Ransom ND, US
Cody E. Franzen - Fairmont MN, US
Gerald M. Berg - Lisbon ND, US
Jeret L. Hoesel - Lisbon ND, US
Walter K. Rolf - Lisbon ND, US
Spencer L. Mindeman - West Fargo ND, US
Timothy D. Hulm - Milnor ND, US
Assignee:
Clark Equipment Company - West Fargo ND
International Classification:
B60W 10/00
US Classification:
477 92, 477 94
Abstract:
A shift assisted brake control system for a power machine or vehicle is disclosed. In illustrated embodiments, the shift assisted brake control system employs a shift assisted brake sequence. In illustrated embodiments, the shift assisted brake sequence shifts an operating speed of a hydrostatic transmission or motor from a high speed to a low speed upon activation of a brake switch or device. This reduces impact or wear to the brake mechanism. In illustrated embodiments, the transmission or motor remains at the low speed for a pause period and following the pause period, the transmission or motor is shifted to the high speed.

Method Of Retaining Structural Transmission Members

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US Patent:
8047311, Nov 1, 2011
Filed:
Apr 14, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/423279
Inventors:
Robert D. Waletzko - Lisbon ND, US
Jeret L. Hoesel - Lisbon ND, US
Jason J. Asche - Stirum ND, US
Assignee:
Clark Equipment Company - West Fargo ND
International Classification:
B62D 55/00
US Classification:
180 95, 180 9, 180 954, 180311, 180312, 180299, 296204, 29620301, 29619008
Abstract:
A track driven vehicle comprises a structural member underneath the vehicle. The structural member includes a plurality of structural member apertures for receiving fasteners inserted therethrough. The vehicle also includes a first track carrier and a first mounting strut attached to the first track carrier. The first mounting strut, which attaches the first track carrier to the structural member, includes a plurality of mounting strut apertures which, when aligned with the structural member apertures, receive the fasteners inserted therethrough. One of the first mounting strut and the structural member includes a fixedly attached dowel pin, and the other of the first mounting strut and the structural member includes a pin receiving aperture. When attaching the first track carrier to the structural member using the first mounting strut, the dowel pin extends into the pin receiving aperture to prevent cross-shearing between the structural member and the first mounting strut. This reduces camber between the structural member and the track carrier and allows fewer fasteners to be used to attach the first track carrier to the structural member.

Flow Compensated Restrictive Orifice For Overrunning Load Protection

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US Patent:
8091355, Jan 10, 2012
Filed:
Oct 23, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/256869
Inventors:
Joseph St. Aubin - Wahpeton ND, US
Rodney Koch - Mooreton ND, US
Jason Asche - Stirum ND, US
Jeret Hoesel - Lisbon ND, US
Todd Vanderlinde - Aberdeen SD, US
Assignee:
Clark Equipment Company - West Fargo ND
International Classification:
F15B 11/06
E02F 9/22
US Classification:
60459, 91447
Abstract:
A hydraulic circuit for an actuator that has a piston and piston rod that will move a load in a first direction, and which can be externally loaded in an opposite direction, includes a flow compensated valve between the actuator and a control valve. When the piston in the actuator is moved in the second opposite direction under the external load and the rate of flow of fluid out of the actuator through the flow compensated valve exceeds a selected rate, an orifice is introduced in the flow path to restrict flow from the actuator.

Synchronized Speed Shifting Of Multiple Motors

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US Patent:
20080161152, Jul 3, 2008
Filed:
Jan 3, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/619544
Inventors:
Joseph A. St. Aubin - Whapeton ND, US
Jeret L. Hoesel - Lisbon ND, US
Walter K. Rolf - Lisbon ND, US
Assignee:
CLARK EQUIPMENT COMPANY - Montvale NJ
International Classification:
B60K 5/08
US Classification:
477 2
Abstract:
A system and method for substantially simultaneously shifting the speed of a plurality of multiple-speed motors that have shifting valves. The system and method includes substantially simultaneously applying an equal shifting force to all shifting valves, resisting shifting of all shifting valves with an equal biasing force arising from deflection of springs contained in springs chambers, and fluidly communicating all spring chambers with a common receptacle to equalize the pressure in all spring chambers.

Mechanical Control Linkage

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US Patent:
20170225722, Aug 10, 2017
Filed:
Feb 3, 2017
Appl. No.:
15/424415
Inventors:
- West Fargo ND, US
Ronald S. Hansen - Leonard ND, US
Matthew J. Kaldor - Bismarck ND, US
Jeret L. Hoesel - Bismarck ND, US
Jonathan J. Roehrl - Bismarck ND, US
International Classification:
B62D 33/073
B62D 33/067
Abstract:
A mechanical linkage between operator input devices and actuators including a junction having a first portion operably coupled to an operator input device and a second portion operably coupled to an actuator. The first and second portions of the junction are connected when a cab is in an operating position and disconnected when a cab is in a service position. When connected, the first and second portions create a solid connection between the operator input device and the actuator. When the first and second portions are disconnected, the operator input will be not be operably coupled to the actuator. Movement of the cab to the operating position will cause the first and second portions to become connected and movement away from the operating position will cause the first and second portions to become disconnected.

Apparatus For Mounting A Track Frame To A Frame Of A Power Machine

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US Patent:
20160318565, Nov 3, 2016
Filed:
Apr 29, 2016
Appl. No.:
15/143089
Inventors:
- West Fargo ND, US
Matthew J. Kaldor - Bismarck ND, US
Jason Muscha - Bismarck ND, US
Cameron C. Hansen - Bismarck ND, US
Justin Ringgenberg - Bismarck ND, US
Jeret L. Hoesel - Bismarck ND, US
Ronald S. Hansen - Leonard ND, US
International Classification:
B62D 55/108
B62D 55/10
B62D 55/06
Abstract:
Disclosed embodiments include power machines, track frame assemblies, and apparatus for mounting a track frame assembly to a frame of a power machine. In various disclosed embodiments, mounting structures mount a track frame to the machine frame. In some exemplary embodiments, each mounting structure includes two torsional joints and at least three non-torsional joints between the machine frame and the corresponding track frame. The two torsional joints can be provided by torsion shafts and the corresponding attachments to front and rear arms. In exemplary embodiments, the at least three non-torsional joints are substantially free to rotate and can include a joint between a front axle and the track frame, a joint between a rear axle and a link, and a joint between a link pin and the track frame. In some exemplary embodiments, the front or rear arms are oriented relative to corresponding torsion shafts to improve performance.
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