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Roderick E Collette: Interlocking rubber mat. Pawling Rubber Corporation, Mandeville and Schweitzer, September 8, 1981: US04287693 (141 worldwide citation)

A ventilated interlocking floor tile is disclosed comprising a lower layer including a heavy, substantially solid edge region provided with a plurality of interlocks for attachment with contiguous tiles and an upper layer securely fastened to the lower layer to form an upper floor surface including ...


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Roderick E Collette: Ventilated interlocking floor tile. Pawling Rubber Corporation, Mandeville and Schweitzer, April 19, 1977: US04018025 (45 worldwide citation)

A ventilated interlocking floor tile is disclosed comprising a heavy, substantially solid edge region provided with a plurality of interlocks for attachment with contiguous tiles. The solid edge margins define a cavity on the back side of the tile, and the cavity is provided with a plurality of knob ...


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Robert B Busby: Clip-on strip for RFT/EMI shielding. Pawling Rubber Corporation, Mandeville and Schweitzer, April 21, 1987: US04659869 (37 worldwide citation)

A novel clip-on shielding strip is disclosed, intended particularly for cabinets for electronic equipment such as computer apparatus, and the like, where it is necessary and/or desirable to provide access doors or panels and to effectively shield such doors or panels at the closure interfaces to pre ...


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Bert E Watson: Laminated pier bumper. Pawling Rubber Corporation, Mandeville and Schweitzer, August 24, 1976: US03975916 (23 worldwide citation)

The disclosure relates to a pier bumper assembly intended particularly for marine application, for protecting dock pilings and dolphins from impact and chafing by contact with ships and barges. The bumper assembly is vertically oriented, and is secured over an exposed face of a marine piling. The pi ...


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No title available. Pawling Rubber Corporation, June 1, 1960: GB836334-A

836,334. Link mats. PAWLING RUBBER CORPORATION. June 26, 1958 [Oct. 17, 1957], No. 20523/58. Class 142(4) A mat has resilient links of rubber or a plastic, the links being of the shape shown and having bosses 19, 20 above and bosses 19a, 20a below and adjacent the connecting wire holes 11 to support ...


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Collette Roderick E: Tapis-decrottoir en caoutchouc a elements emboitables, Interlocking rubber mat. Pawling Rubber Corporation, OSLER HOSKIN & HARCOURT, May 31, 1983: CA1147127

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSUREA ventilated interlocking floor tile is disclosed comprising a lowerlayer including a heavy, substantially solid edge region provided with a pluralityof interlocks for attachment with contiguous tiles and an upper layer securelyfastened to the lower layer to form an upper f ...


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