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Russell Hasslinger: Catheter tube holder strap. Velcro USA, Pennie & Edmonds, February 11, 1986: US04569348 (566 worldwide citation)

A separable fastening device is disclosed to support a medical device such as a catheter tube or the like to a limb of a patient. The device includes a first and a second strap member. The first strap member includes a flexible first strap section formed of a knitted textile material having upstandi ...


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Russell Hasslinger: Separable cinch fastener. Velcro USA, Pennie & Edmonds, April 17, 1979: US04149540 (75 worldwide citation)

A separable fastening device is disclosed which is adapted to encompass at least one member in gripped relation and to facilitate the simultaneous application of cinching and fastening forces which place the fastener in tension and are uniquely retained in the fastening device. The fastening device ...


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Joseph Perina: Shear attachments using hook and loop fastener elements. Velcro USA, Pennie & Edmonds, June 9, 1981: US04271566 (55 worldwide citation)

Various attachments are disclosed employing hook and loop fasteners which are confined in a manner to permit engagement and disengagement only in a shear direction.


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Russell Hasslinger: Support and guide strap. Velcro USA, Pennie & Edmonds, August 2, 1983: US04396013 (40 worldwide citation)

A strap (10) adapted for encircling securement about the midsection of an individual including a pair of handles (38) whereby an attendant may assist both supporting and guiding the individual during ambulatory movement. The strap includes a first length (12) having a base layer (16) and first engag ...


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[en] Knitted Hook-type fastener material and apparatus and method for producing same. VELCRO USA, June 13, 1979: GB2009257-A (5 worldwide citation)

[en] A knitted material having a multiplicity of upstanding hook-like engaging elements suitable for engagement and disengagement with a material having loop-like mating elements has a base knitted fabric (20) and upstanding monofilamentary members (44) interknitted into the base fabric, with a hook ...


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Hasslinger Russell: Boucle de serrage a oeillet et bout dinsertion dente, Separable cinch fastener. Velcro Usa, OSLER HOSKIN & HARCOURT, August 11, 1981: CA1106578 (1 worldwide citation)

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A separable fastening device is disclosed which isadapted to encompass at least one member in gripped relationand to facilitate the simultaneous application of cinchingand fastening forces which place the fastener in tension andare uniquely retained in the fastening device ...


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Apparatus and method for producing knitted hook-type fastener material. Velcro Usa, August 5, 1981: GB2068023-A (1 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method of producing a weft-knitted material having hook-like engagement elements suitable for repeated face- to-face engagement and disengagement with complementary loop material, the engagement elements being in the form of monofilamentary members interknitted into and u ...


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[fr] ETOFFE TRICOTEE A ELEMENTS DACCROCHAGE ET SES PROCEDE ET MACHINE DE PRODUCTION. VELCRO USA, June 29, 1979: FR2410693-A1

[fr] L'INVENTION CONCERNE LA FORMATION DE TRICOTS PORTANT DES CROCHETS.


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Provost George A, Rosa Edmund, Koppel Donald L, Rocha Gerald F, Hatch Richard N: Separable fasteners as well as method and apparatus for adapting separable fasteners for attachment to other objects.. Velcro Usa, December 30, 1986: EP0205489-A1

An adapted separable fastener and method of making the same for attachment to other objects such as seat cushions. A separable fastener member (16) of the hook and loop-type is attached, in back-to-back relation, to a substrate (18). The substrate member may either be of an absorbent type, or it may ...


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Aeschbach Jurg, Rosa Edmund: Oeillet de fermeture tricote, et dispositif et methode de production connexes, Knitted hook-type fastener material. Velcro Usa, OSLER HOSKIN & HARCOURT, February 2, 1982: CA1117305

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A knitted material is disclosed having on one side a multi-plicity of upstanding hook-like engaging elements suitable for repeated face-to-face engagement and disengagement with a material having a multiplicity of upstanding pile loop-like mating engaging elements. The mat ...