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Webb Alfred: Magnetic workholders. John Robert Panton, Alfred Webb, June 20, 1962: GB899248-A (4 worldwide citation)

899,248. Magnetic holding devices. PANTON, J. R., and WEBB, A., [trading as PANTON & WEBB]. July 30; 1959 [July 31, 1958], No. 24764/58. Class 35. In a magnetic work-holder of the type wherein a block 1 of permanent magnets 3 is longitudinally movable relative to a work-holding surface 5 consisting ...


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Panton John Robert: Clamping devices. Panton John Robert, July 11, 1984: GB2132545-A (3 worldwide citation)

Three clamping members A, B and C are supported on a frame. Preferably the members A, B and C are movable in the same plane, and two are coaxial, with the third movable at right angles thereto. Preferably, each clamping member comprises a threaded rod supported in a threaded boss mounted on the end ...


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Panton John Robert: Underwater brooms. Panton John Robert, July 3, 1985: GB2150423-A (3 worldwide citation)

In the cleaning of swimming pools, a broom is provided having a flap inclined to the direction of travel of the broomhead. The movement of the broom and hence the flap through the water produces a thrust on the broomhead towards the surface to be swept. The flap is hinged to move between two positio ...


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Panton Frederick, Panton Harold: Broiler house with closable ventilation holes in roof ridge. Panton Frederick, Panton Harold, April 20, 1988: GB2196032-A (2 worldwide citation)

A broiler house for housing chicks has a longitudinally extending ridge formed along its gabled roof 5 in which are formed one or more closable vent holes 7. The holes are covered by a ridge cap 11 and by weatherboards 13 extending along and spaced from the ridge cap. A closure member 17 is preferab ...


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Improvements relating to wall structures having precast slab facings. John William Panton, August 15, 1944: GB563445-A (2 worldwide citation)

563,445. Walls. PANTON, J. W. April 9, 1943, No. 5715. [Class 20 (iv)] Facing slabs 14 are held in a framework 11 on a wall 10 by lugs 12 formed by bending parts of the bearing members of the framework alternately upwards and downwards. The recessed edges of the blocks engage behind the lugs and the ...


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Improvements relating to wall structures having precast slab facings. John William Panton, August 24, 1944: GB563673-A (2 worldwide citation)

563,673. Walls; coverings. PANTON, J. W. April 9, 1943, No. 5716. [Class 20 (iv)] Precast facing slabs 13 are secured to a foundation wall, framework, &c. 10 by nails, screws, &c. 17 which are driven into bearer members 11 located in parallel relation to the wall so that their heads 18 bed upon oppo ...


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Improvements relating to magnetic workholders. John Robert Panton, Alfred Webb, September 7, 1960: GB847394-A (2 worldwide citation)

847,394. Permanent magnets. PANTON, J. R., and WEBB, A., [trading as PANTON & WEBB]. Sept. 10, 1958 [Sept. 10, 1957], No. 28586/57. Class 35. [Also in Group XXIII] A magnetic work-holder comprises a work-holding surface made up compositely of a plurality of spaced pole pieces 1a, 1b, alternate piece ...


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Panton John Robert: Inflatable stiffener for sails. Panton John Robert, March 21, 2001: GB2354220-A (1 worldwide citation)

A stiffener for a sail comprises an inflatable tube 1 provided with means 2 for attaching it to the edge of a sail. The stiffener may be attached to the edge of the sail by stitching Fig 2a, with pegs and clips Fig 2b, by using staples Fig 2d or with adhesives Fig 4. The tube may be made of PVC, pol ...


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Panton John Robert: Improvements relating to the sails of sailing vessels. Panton John Robert, April 26, 2000: GB2342907-A (1 worldwide citation)

A system of pressurisable elastic tubes is built into the foot, shoulder and the luff of various sails, so that, when they are pressurised, the area and especially the stiffness of the sails is increased. So that, particularly in 'lumpy 'seas, the boat will have a much better performance as well as ...