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Joint structure. Gkn Sankey, March 31, 1976: GB1430423-A (270 worldwide citation)

1430423 Joints for plastics panels &c GKN SANKEY Ltd 3 May 1974 [9 May 1973] 22040/73 Heading F2M Plastics panels 10, 11, or other structural members having a substantial thickness and requiring to be joined at adjacent edges to provide an uninterrupted surface at the joint, are provided with comple ...


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Allom Clive, Sharp Herbert John, Drucker Rudolf: Containers for liquids. GKN Sankey, October 8, 1974: US3840141 (73 worldwide citation)

A container for liquids having a substantially cylindrical stainless steel hollow body and a protective chime of rigid or semi-rigid resilient plastics material at at least one end of the body, characterised in that the body has a rib adjacent the said one end of the body, the chime extends over the ...


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Clark George William Joseph, Golder Gerald William, Hart Frederick Leslie: Doors for vehicles. GKN Sankey, Charles J Merriam et al, January 1, 1974: US3782036 (53 worldwide citation)

The specification discloses a vehicle door body of plastics material comprising an outer skin and an inner panel releasably secured together. A Y-shaped metal reinforcement is interposed between the skin and the panel and provides anchorages for the door hinges and lock and latch mechanism. The rein ...


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Sharp Herbert John, Norrish Margaret Evelyn: Manufacture of articles. GKN Sankey, August 7, 1973: US3750450 (22 worldwide citation)

The specification discloses a method of making a road wheel for a vehicle in which the material of the wheel has anisotropic properties. The wheel comprises a central portion, a peripheral or rim portion and a plurality of separate radial portions between the central portion and the rim portion. The ...


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Peter Amborn, Alexander Mark Duff: Hydroforming process. GKN Sankey, Peter Amborn, Jones & Askew, May 30, 2000: US06067831 (20 worldwide citation)

A hydroforming process for forming a component from an elongate tubular blank comprised of a deformable metal, the process including placing the blank in a die and sealing opposed ends of the tubular blank, heating the blank to a predetermined deformation temperature which is greater than 350.degree ...


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Drink dispensing machine. Gkn Sankey, September 18, 1974: GB1367354-A (20 worldwide citation)

1367354 Dispensing beverages GKN SANKEY Ltd 19 Oct 1972 [20 July 1971] 33953/71 Heading A4T [Also in Division B1] A drink dispensing machine comprises means 15, Fig.1 to receive a cup 10, means 18 to project liquid downwardly in the form of a coherent jet into the cup, the jet being arranged to impi ...


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Plastic moulding. Gkn Sankey, Aro Plastics Dev, May 22, 1974: GB1353603-A (18 worldwide citation)

1353603 Injection moulding reinforced articles GKN SANKEY Ltd and ARO PLASTIC BUILDING SUPPLIES Ltd 4 Aug 1971 [5 May 1970] 21521/70 Heading B5A A method of moulding, e.g. window-frames, comprises locating a rigid reinforcement 40 in a mould cavity by means of pins 33 projecting into the cavity, inj ...


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Cyril G Golding: Closure unit for beer kegs. GKN Sankey, Merriam Marshall & Bicknell, March 6, 1979: US04142658 (16 worldwide citation)

A bush for a valved closure unit of the kind used in beer kegs comprises two-parts and when in a unit engages an opening in the keg. One part of the bush which engages the opening, is in the form of a hot brass stamping or stainless steel or aluminium casting. The other part of the bush is of stainl ...


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Frederick Leslie Hart: Securing means. GKN Sankey, Barlow & Barlow, February 28, 1978: US04076268 (14 worldwide citation)

The combination of an invalid's wheelchair and a vehicle for conveying the wheelchair from place to place in which the wheelchair is releasably held in position on the floor of the vehicle by cooperating hooks and cross bars and a releasable latch. Means being provided for holding the wheelchair aga ...


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Terence Humphrey Charles Shead, Frederick Leslie Hart, Herbert John Sharp: Method of manufacturing a disc wheel. GKN Sankey, Sughrue Rothwell Mion Zinn and Macpeak, July 11, 1978: US04100247 (13 worldwide citation)

A method of manufacturing a disc wheel which is of generally Y-shape in cross sections radial of the rotary axis of the wheel, the stem of the Y providing the central disc of the wheel and having holes for the normal wheel bolts or studs, and the bifurcations of the Y providing the wheel rim. The wh ...