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Improvements in or relating to the securing of rail-chairs to sleepers. Noel Phillips, January 30, 1939: GB500109-A (6 worldwide citation)

500,109. Securing rails to sleepers. PHILLIPS, N. June 28, 1937, No. 17986. [Class 104 (ii)] [Also in Groups V and XXV] Rails are secured to sleepers by making a hole 2 in the sleeper larger than the securing spike 1a, filling the hole with plastic material 5, and driving in the spike while the mate ...


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Improvements in expansion sockets for bolts for building and engineering purposes. Noel Phillips, February 25, 1932: GB367547-A (3 worldwide citation)

367,547. Anchoring bolts. PHILLIPS, N., Karachi, Upton Road, Bexleyheath, Kent. Feb. 9, 1931, No. 3988. [Class 89 (i).] Bolts are secured by a relatively soft member 4 which is placed on the bolt head and expanded so as to bite into the walls of the hole by means of a harder member 7, such as a tape ...


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Improvements in liquid sprayers or sprinklers. Noel Phillips Bedson, July 30, 1923: GB201608-A (2 worldwide citation)

201,608. Bedson, N. P. April 28, 1922. Nozzles for producing whirling sprays. - In spraying- apparatus of the kind in which liquid is led through a tangential inlet g to a cylindrical casing a having an outlet e the axis of the free vortex is formed and brought into line with the centre of the orifi ...


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An improved method of draining or dewatering washed sand or the like preparatory to transporting the same and means for use therein. Noel Phillips, November 27, 1947: GB595159-A (1 worldwide citation)

595,159. Drying sand &c. by draining. PHILLIPS, N. April 16, 1945, No. 9522. [Class 34 (ii)] [Also in Group XXX] In a method of draining washed sand or the like, a number of galvanized sheet steel units 1 of arched or similar form are disposed on the ground where a pile 7 is to be set up, either as ...


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Improvements in or relating to boring or drilling tools. Noel Phillips, Alfred Cecil Clow, November 4, 1938: GB494976-A (1 worldwide citation)

494,976. Percussive drills. PHILLIPS, N., and CLOW, A. C. May 10, 1937, No. 13316. [Class 124] [Also in Group XXII] Boring or drilling tools are formed of case-hardened low carbon or mild steel and have the hardened skin removed from the operative end face or faces of the tool. In one form, the end ...


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Improvements in expansion sockets for bolts for building and engineering purposes. Noel Phillips, October 28, 1935: GB437297-A (1 worldwide citation)

437,297. Expansion sockets. PHILLIPS, N., Karachi, Upton Road, Bexleyheath, Kent. April 27, 1934, No. 12770. Addition to 367,547. [Class 89 (i)] In a wall expansion socket as described in the parent Specification, the expansible member 3 is provided with longitudinal slits 4 to facilitate its expans ...


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Improvements in or relating to expansion bolt devices. Noel Phillips, January 13, 1947: GB584338-A (1 worldwide citation)

584,338. Bolt hole bushes. PHILLIPS, N. Oct. 9, 1944, No. 19354. [Class 89 (i)] [Also in Group XXII] Relates to expansion bolt devices of the kind described in Specification 367,547 and consists in improvements in the expandible socket members described in Specification 437,297. These sockets are us ...


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Rogerson William Henry, Bedson Noel Phillips: Improvements in or relating to barbed wire.. Rogerson William Henry, Bedson Noel Phillips, February 3, 1919: GB122881-A (1 worldwide citation)

122,881. Rogerson, W. H., and Bedson, N. P. Feb. 1, 1918. Addition to 112,152. Wire.-The machine for forming barbed wire described in the parent Specification is improved or modified by arranging that the cutters for the barbs move in a path substantially parallel to the welding die heads and improv ...


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Improvements relating to rolling mills. Noel Phillips Bedson, April 19, 1950: GB635877-A

635,877. Rolling. BEDSON, N. P. March 11, 1948, No. 7453. [Class 83 (iv)] [Also in Group XXIV] A drive for a rolling-mill comprises a wobbler g with a spider n at each end, the spiders having arms o which together with bearing-blocks r loosely bolted thereto at s engage in longitudinal grooves forme ...


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Improvements in or relating to moulding mixtures. Noel Phillips, November 27, 1936: GB457523-A

A plastic plug, for plugging a wall to hold a nail or screw, is composed of fibre and a binder adapted to harden into a solid mass after insertion of the plug into the wall. The binder may be cement or plaster of Paris, in which cases a temporary binder such as wheat-flour or starch must be added to ...



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