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John Rice: Brick tie anchor. Bailey Metal Products, April 3, 2001: US06209281 (74 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to a masonry anchor for tying a masonry veneer wall to a stud back-up wall having an outer covering, the anchor comprising a generally planar anchor plate having an outer coupling end for connection to a veneer tie wire and an inner anchoring end for securement to the back- ...


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David F Mieyal: Suspended ceiling cross tee end connector. Bailey Metal Products, Dennison Meserole Scheiner & Schultz, October 19, 1999: US05966887 (20 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an end connector for a cross tee for use in a suspended ceiling grid system. The end connector includes a front portion adapted to be inserted by a stab in motion into a vertical opening in a web of a main tee and a rear portion adapted to be attached to an end o ...


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John Rice: Bracket and bridging member for metal stud wall. Bailey Metal Products, September 6, 2011: US08011160 (18 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a bracket for use in a metal stud wall having internal bridging members for tying the metal studs and bridging members together. The bracket is an L shaped bracket having a leg for overlying the bridging member joined to an upright for overlying the metal stud. T ...


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Donald C Dalgleish, Garry K Mix, Robert K Williams: Paper and paperbead for protecting drywall corners. Bailey Metal Products, May 8, 2007: US07214434 (14 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to drywall corner beads, particularly drywall corner beads having an outer paper layer, and paper therefor. The improved paperbead includes an elongated core having an outer surface. A paper strip is bonded to the outer surface of the core. The paper is impregnated on o ...


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John Rice: Track for metal stud walls. Bailey Metal Products, December 14, 2010: US07849640 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides for track for use in constructing metal stud walls. The track is a generally U-shaped channel having a base and upstanding side walls extending along either side of the base. The base is provided with a plurality of embossed indicator means evenly spaced along the leng ...


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John Rice: Non-structural steel studs. Bailey Metal Products, July 16, 2002: US06418682 (7 worldwide citation)

A nonload bearing partition wall including spaced apart wood top and bottom plates and a plurality of metal studs bridging the top and bottom plates. The metal studs have U-shaped rectangular cross section with two parallel spaced apart side walls and a central web bridging the side walls and connec ...


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John Rice: Bracket for bridging member for metal stud wall. Bailey Metal Products, December 20, 2016: US09523196 (4 worldwide citation)

A bracket for attaching bridging members to a thermal stud being generally C-shaped with parallel spaced apart flanges connected by a central web having opening in the web of the stud which spans the majority of the width of the web and where the openings are provided with flanges extending perpendi ...


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Wells Herman R, Beynon John O: Systeme mural economiseur denergie pour le batiment, Building wall energy conservation system. Bailey Metal Products, JOHNSON DOUGLAS S QC, June 17, 1986: CA1205970 (4 worldwide citation)

ABSTRACT A building wall energy conservation system in whicha metal structural member having a face portion and a per-pendicular depending leg portion is used to hold at theirjoints, adjoining sheets of insulative material adjacentthe wall and to provide a face on which finishing mater-ial may be af ...


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HOWCHIN ROBERT: PIECE LEGERE DE CHARPENTE METALLIQUE, LIGHT WEIGHT METAL FRAMING MEMBER. BAILEY METAL PRODUCTS, BAILEY METAL PRODUCTS, DENNISON ASSOCIATES, April 1, 2014: CA2568111 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides for a lightweight metal framing member having a plurality of depressions and a plurality of reinforcing ribs on the surface thereof, the depressions and ribs both being inwardly oriented and cooperating to aid in stiffening of the metal stud. The present invention also ...


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