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Braddy Herbert William John: Improved wall plugs and methods of attachment incorporating such plugs. British Insulated Callenders, January 3, 1962: GB886118-A (52 worldwide citation)

886,118. Wall-plugs. BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CONSTRUCTION CO. Ltd. June 5, 1958 [June 6, 1957], No. 18032/57. Class 89(1). A wall-plug comprises a tube 1 of a pliable synthetic resin or hard but pliable natural rubber or synthetic rubber compound, closed at end 2 and open at end 2a; and a cup- ...


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Field Arnold William: Electric cables comprising a semiconducting screening layer.. British Insulated Callenders, April 7, 1982: EP0049104-A1 (39 worldwide citation)

In an electric cable for service at about 15kV and above, at least one extruded semiconductive screening layer comprises metal particles dispersed in a polymeric matrix. The matrix adheres both to the particles and to the insulation and at least the polymeric material in the matrix (normally in the ...


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Wentworth Victor Harold: Improvements in insulated electric wires and cables. British Insulated Callenders, March 9, 1955: GB725624-A (33 worldwide citation)

725,624. Cables. BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CABLES, Ltd. June 21, 1954 [June 22, 1953], No. 17241/53. Class 36. A cable comprising one or more plastic-insulated cores 1 is provided with a sheath 3 of similar plastic material, the inner surface of the sheath being formed with inwardly projecting s ...


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Electrical fitting incorporating cable-strain relieving means. British Insulated Callenders, June 4, 1975: GB1396790-A (21 worldwide citation)

1396790 Strain taking device for flexible leads BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDERS CABLES Ltd 25 May 1973 [26 May 1972] 25049/72 Heading H2E A casing 1 for an electric fitting comprises a single body 2 of insulating material, with two integral parts 7 associated with a cable entry opening 3 in a wall of t ...


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Lyons Eric: Manufacture of electric cables. British Insulated Callenders Cables, March 23, 1971: US3572024 (19 worldwide citation)

In the manufacture of an electric cable, a layer of wires is applied to an advancing core by a method comprising drawing the wires through a fixed lay plate, at least two intermediate lay plates and a final lay plate, and then bringing them into engagement with the core. The final lay plate is cause ...


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Edwards Derek Reginald, Boardman Arthur: Electric cables.. British Insulated Callenders, April 18, 1979: EP0001494-A1 (10 worldwide citation)

The dielectric of a high-voltage cable is of lapped tapes that comprise alkene polymer film (13) preferably laminated between two paper layers (14). The dielectric is impregnated with an insulating liquid that is a aryl alkane having two or more separate benzene rings and 1-6 aliphatic non-cyclic ca ...


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Ritchie James, Messenger Harold: Improvements in joints and terminations of electric cables. British Insulated Callenders, June 14, 1961: GB870165-A (10 worldwide citation)

870,165. Cable end sleeves and joints. BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CONSTRUCTION CO. Ltd. Oct. 16, 1959 [Oct. 16, 1958], No. 33048/58. Addition to 833,787. Drawings to Specification. Classes 36 and 38 (1). A cable sheath of rubber or plastics is sealed to a jointing or terminating fitting through w ...


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Sweetland Arthur George, Littler Joseph, Clarke Denis Richard, Reynolds Edward Henry: Improvements in or relating to electrical insulators. British Insulated Callenders, January 9, 1963: GB915052-A (10 worldwide citation)

Coverings of fluorine-containing polymers or copolymers are applied to rods or tubes of resin-bonded glass-fibre by coating the surface of the rod or tube with a solution or dispersion of the polymer and moderately heating the coated rod or tube to drive off the solvent or dispersion medium. A porou ...


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Adam John Francis: Improvements in overhead electric transmission lines.. British Insulated Callenders, June 30, 1982: EP0055047-A2 (9 worldwide citation)

In an overhead electric transmission line, risk of fracture of a sound insulator string arising from fracture of another insulator string supporting conductors at a pylon is reduced by arranging for a link 5, 15 interconnecting the insulator strings 3 to carry energy dissipating members 7, 17 which ...