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Tom H Wolf: Resilient tile for recreation surfaces. Carlisle Tire & Rubber Company, Wood Herron & Evans, August 10, 1993: US05234738 (38 worldwide citation)

Resilient tiles having substantially uniform impact attenuation over the entire surface thereof are disclosed. The tiles of the invention have a plurality of spaced, elongated peripheral ridges and a plurality of truncated, conical legs inboard of the peripheral ridges which combine to provide the s ...


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Jack L Hollis: Method for making an indefinite length composite sheet of very large predetermined width from indefinite length sheet stock of relatively small width. Carlisle Tire & Rubber Company Div of Carlisle, Wood Herron & Evans, August 10, 1982: US04343667 (17 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method is disclosed for making a composite sheet of indefinite length and very large predetermined width from indefinite length sheet stock of relatively small width. Included is a supply roll of relatively narrow indefinite length synthetic rubber sheet material, and a conveyor whi ...


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Paul A Mullen: Recreation surface and tile interlocking scheme. Carlisle Tire & Rubber Company, Wood Herron & Evans, July 18, 1989: US04848058 (15 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a recreation surface which consists of a plurality of resilient tiles, each of which has through bores for receiving elongated tie rods and side slots for receiving tie bars which have apertures therein. The through bores are intersected by the side slots such that w ...


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Paul A Mullen: Recreation surface and tile fastening scheme. Carlisle Tire & Rubber Company, Wood Herron & Evans, May 1, 1990: US04921741 (10 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a recreation surface which consists of a plurality of resilient, liquid-porous tiles adhered to a liquid-porous sheet that overlies a porous sub-surface and is anchored to the ground. In this way, the tiles are fixed and displacement or removal thereof is inhibit ...


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Joseph W Sheeler: Method of molding a plastic wheel. Carlisle Tire & Rubber Company, Wood Herron & Evans, December 7, 1993: US05268139 (5 worldwide citation)

Methods for molding plastic wheels which are substantially free of lines of weakness in the web thereof adjacent the lug apertures. The methods generally include orienting molding gates in a molding apparatus to a desired circumferential orientation and thereafter injection molding a fiber-reinforce ...


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