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Tristan D Juergens: Through-the-partition intercell connection and method. Gates Energy Products, C H Castleman Jr, H W Oberg Jr, June 4, 1985: US04521498 (82 worldwide citation)

A through-the-wall intercell connection for adjacent cells of a battery in which integral extensions of the current collector tabs emanating from the respective plates are directly welded together at the partition opening. The individual tabs are bent along a smooth curve which, together with interp ...


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Robert E Stuemky: Female coupling with staple lock. The Gates Rubber Company, H W Oberg Jr, Raymond Fink, Curtis H Castleman Jr, January 13, 1981: US04244608 (79 worldwide citation)

A female coupling adapted for use with prior art male stems of the collared type, the coupling having a stem-receiving bore and two substantially parallel slots that intersect circumference portions of the bore. Two leg members of a generally U-shaped staple are inserted in and reciprocally movable ...


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Toshio Uba, Larry K W Ching, Michael R Harrison: Multicell sealed rechargeable battery. The Gates Rubber Company, Curtis H Castleman Jr, H W Oberg Jr, Raymond Fink, August 24, 1982: US04346151 (67 worldwide citation)

A multicell sealed rechargeable battery is disclosed including an open mouth monobloc container formed of a plurality of cup-shaped cell holders interconnected at mutual tangent zones, electrochemical cells of the rechargeable type fitting into the cell holders and interconnected to form the battery ...


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Edward H Davis, Gerard F Klaes, Jack Harris, Paul Douglass: Crimping apparatus. The Gates Rubber Company, H W Oberg Jr, C H Castleman Jr, October 19, 1993: US05253506 (63 worldwide citation)

Crimping apparatus includes a pair of coaxial rings, at least one of which is axially moveable toward and away from the other ring. Each ring is provided with a single pair of force reactive adjoining steep and shallow concave frustoconical surfaces which face each other. A plurality of circumjacent ...


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John A Barnes, Harrell P Sundberg, Joe C Haney: Conductive fiber hose. The Gates Rubber Company, Frank P Grassler, C H Castleman Jr, H W Oberg Jr, June 23, 1987: US04675780 (61 worldwide citation)

A hose article for carrying volatile fluids, which can conduct and dissipate the accumulation of static electrical charges that are associated with such volatiles, which includes an elastomeric tube and outer sleeve and at least one reinforcement layer of fiber bundles sandwiched between the tube an ...


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Aleck Bohl, Leandro Valdez: Collapsible fluid storage receptacle. The Gates Rubber Company, C H Castleman Jr, H W Oberg Jr, J E Ebel, August 8, 1989: US04854481 (61 worldwide citation)

A collapsible fluid storage receptacle comprising a generally cylindrical elastomeric reinforced inner bladder and a generally cylindrical elastomeric reinforced outer casing that substantially surrounds the inner bladder in such a way that at least an interior reservoir and an outer reservoir are d ...


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Ronald O Hammel: Battery pack and container. The Gates Rubber Company, Curtis H Castleman Jr, Raymond Fink, H W Oberg Jr, October 31, 1978: US04123598 (61 worldwide citation)

A battery container, for housing as an example a 12-volt rechargeable battery of electrochemical cells, features a pair of co-fitting molded trays whose outer surfaces are formed of parallelized closely spaced elongate arches, forming a very compact container for immobilizing the cells in an integra ...


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Clifford W Wink, Guy T Bixby: Formable, shape retentive hose. The Gates Rubber Company, H W Oberg Jr, C H Castleman Jr, Raymond Fink, August 7, 1984: US04463779 (54 worldwide citation)

A formable hose with a reformable wire embedded solely in a thicker portion of the hose cover, the reformable wire oriented longitudinally of the hose.


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Elwood G Trask, Ronald W Adams: Fire retardant structural textile panel. Gates Formed Fibre Products, C H Castleman Jr, H W Oberg Jr, February 23, 1988: US04726987 (54 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven textile panel for use as a fire retardant and sound deadening barrier in the interiors of aircraft, comprised of five layers of nonwoven textile fibers of polyphenylene sulfide fibers and Nomex brand aramid fibers that have been carded, cross-lapped, needle punched and thermally bonded by ...


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Donald H McClelland, Toshio Uba, Larry K W Ching: Multicell recombining lead-acid battery. The Gates Rubber Company, C H Castleman Jr, H W Oberg Jr, Raymond Fink, May 10, 1983: US04383011 (53 worldwide citation)

A recombining lead-acid battery with absorbed electrolyte is disclosed having multiple cells positioned in a sealed monobloc container, and cell partitioning members constructed to define a gas space common to all the cells of the battery. When the battery is overcharged imbalance in electrolyte fil ...