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Improvements in or relating to electric torches, flash lamps and the like. Ever Ready Co, Maurice Coker Terry, June 7, 1934: GB411218-A (32 worldwide citation)

411,218. Focusing and switching electric battery lamps. EVER READY CO. (GREAT BRITAIN), Ltd., and TERRY, M. C., Hercules Place, Holloway, London. Jan. 26, 1933, No. 2589. [Classes 39 (ii) and 75 (iv).] In an electric battery lamp switching and focusing are both effected by turning the end cap relati ...


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Improvements in or relating to battery terminals. Arthur Henry Sheppard, Ever Ready Co, January 14, 1926: GB245550-A (3 worldwide citation)

245,550. Sheppard, A. H., and Ever Ready Co. (Great Britain), Ltd. Nov. 4, 1924. Binding-posts; plug couplings. - The nut 3 of a terminal 2 is provided with a socket extension 4 adapted to receive a wander-plug. Wires may be clamped in the ordinary way under the nut, and if required an additional nu ...


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Improvements in or relating to electrical switches for battery operated devices. Ever Ready Co, August 16, 1940: GB524905-A (3 worldwide citation)

524,905. Press-button retractive switches. EVER READY CO. (GREAT BRITAIN), Ltd., (National Carbon Co., Inc.). Feb. 10, 1939, No. 4427. [Class 38 (v)] A switch incorporated in the battery case 1 of a torch or fan, has extreme positions in which the switch is locked " off " and held continuously " on, ...


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Improvements in or relating to electric torches and the like. Arthur Henry Sheppard, Ever Ready Co, January 29, 1931: GB342342-A (2 worldwide citation)

342,342. Electric battery lamps. SHEPPARD, A. H. and EVER READY CO. (GREAT BRITAIN), Ltd., Hercules Place, Holloway, London. Oct. 29, 1929, No. 32865. [Class 39 (ii).] A tubular watertight casing for a battery lamp is provided with removable end caps 7, 15 and a switch consisting of a screwed spindl ...


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Turner Hubert Laurence: Improvements in or relating to processes for electrolytic polishing of metals. Ever Ready Co, August 25, 1954: GB714078-A (2 worldwide citation)

714,078. Electrolytic surface treatment of aluminium. EVER READY CO. (GREAT BRITAIN), Ltd. Aug. 27, 1952, [Sept. 24, 1951.] No. 2334.4/51. Class 4I. Articles of aluminium or an aluminium-rich alloy are polished by immersion in a heated electrolyte comprising phosphoric acid, sulphuric acid, a phosph ...


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Improvements in or relating to lamps. Ever Ready Co, Arthur Frederick Worboys, September 23, 1959: GB820500-A (2 worldwide citation)

820,500. Lamp lenses. EVER READY CO: (GREAT BRITAIN) Ltd., and WORBOYS, A. F. April 9, 1957 [May 22, 1956], No. 15865/56. Class 75(2) A composite lens for an electric lamp, especially a vehicle lamp, comprises a plano-convex lens 5, a plane lens 6 surrounding this and an outer lens 7 surrounding the ...


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Turner Hubert Laurence, Hickman Leslie Stanley: Improvements in or relating to dry cells and batteries. Ever Ready Co, August 23, 1961: GB875629-A (2 worldwide citation)

875,629. Batteries. EVER READY CO. (GREAT BRITAIN) Ltd. March 31, 1958 [April 8, 1957], No. 11434/57. Class 53. A cell comprises electrodes which may be of carbon and zinc, magnesium or aluminium, in contact with a solid electrolyte consisting of an ion exchange material, for example a crosslinked s ...


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Turner Hubert Laurence: Improvements in or relating to processes of electrolytic polishing of metals. Ever Ready Co, March 3, 1954: GB704953-A (2 worldwide citation)

A process of producing a smooth lustrous surface on articles, for example, electric torch cases, of aluminium or aluminium-rich alloys, consists in immersing the article at an elevated temperature in an electrolyte containing phosphoric acid, sulphuric acid, an organic substance within the group con ...


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Improvements in or relating to dry cells. Ever Ready Co, Alec Edwin Gibbins, March 19, 1958: GB792152-A (2 worldwide citation)

792,152. Primary cells. EVER READY CO. (GREAT BRITAIN), Ltd., and GIBBINS, A. E. March 14, 1956 [April 29, 1955], No. 12548/55. Class 53. A dry cell has an impermeable washer 12 embedded in the medial area of the seal 11 between the carbon electrode 4 and the container electrode 1. The washer may be ...