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Improvements in or relating to cigarettes. Walter Everitt Molins, January 1, 1936: GB440484-A (5 worldwide citation)

A cigarette is made with a tobacco filler of substantially constant density, and of substantially constant cross-section, throughout its length, by compressing the tobacco axially of the filler. A continuous cigarette rod is formed by showering tobacco on to a moving surface which carries the tobacc ...


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Improvements in and relating to pneumatic percussive tools. Joaquin Maria de Trillo Figuer, January 1, 1936: GB440515-A (3 worldwide citation)

440,515. Percussive drills. FIGUEROA, J. M. DE TRILLO-, 17, Don Ramon de la Cruz, Madrid. Oct. 24, 1934, No. 30555. Convention date, Oct. 24, 1933. [Class 124] The hammer piston P is rotated by the shaft E and is thus raised by the fixed rollers R engaging the helical ribs H. This upward movement co ...


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Improved brassiere. Louise Marian Jacks, January 1, 1936: GB440502-A (3 worldwide citation)

440,502. Brassieres. JACKS, L. M., 24, Old Bond Street, London. Aug. 24, 1934, No. 24419. [Class 141] A brassiere comprises a front portion 1 to the upper edge of which are secured two strips 2 of fabric so as to leave a pair of openings 3 adapted to be covered by flaps 4 secured to the front portio ...


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Improved ball-and-socket joint assembly. G & J Weir, Cyril George Pullin, January 1, 1936: GB459068-A (2 worldwide citation)

459,068. Ball joints. WEIR, Ltd., G. & J., Holm Foundry, Cathcart, and PULLIN, C. G., 104, Queen's Drive, Queen's Park, both in Glasgow. Dec. 9, 1935, No. 34024. [Class 65 (ii)] In a ball joint of the kind comprising a ball 1 received between a pair of seating elements 4, 5 in an internally-threaded ...


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Improvements in apparatus for filing letters. Alfred William Southey, Ellen Southey, January 1, 1936: GB440510-A (2 worldwide citation)

440,510. Filing papers; indexing. SOUTHEY, A. W., and SOUTHEY, E., 32, Carleton Road, Tufnell Park, London. Sept. 24, 1934, No. 27314. [Classes 16 and 146 (i)] [See also Group XVII] A letter file of book form comprises sheets of paper folded in half to form two pages and with the edge turned over at ...


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Improvements in injector means for dosing water with hypochlorite solution. David Johnson Evans, January 1, 1936: GB440509-A (2 worldwide citation)

440,509. Injectors for dosing water. EVANS, D. J., Glen Cairn, Old Hadlow Road, Tonbridge, Kent. Sept. 20, 1934, No. 27059. [Class 71] [See also Group II] Comprises injector apparatus for adding hypochlorite, alum or aluminium sulphate solution, &c. to water and means for regulating the supply throu ...


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Improvements in cylinders for containing gas under pressure. Duramin Engineering Company Lt, Edward Lewis Oglethorpe, January 1, 1936: GB440495-A (2 worldwide citation)

440,495. Making gas containers. DURAMIN ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., 23, Hythe Road, Willesden, London, and OGLETHORPE, E. L., 14, Grafton Road, Harrow, Middlesex. July 4, 1934, No. 19693. [Class 83 (ii)] [See also Group XXVIII] The barrel of a gas container is formed of high-tension aluminium alloy, and ...


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Improvements in or relating to packing cases, trays, crates or the like. Thompson & Norris Mfg Company, George Edward Prideaux, January 1, 1936: GB440718-A (2 worldwide citation)

440,718. Packing-cases &c. THOMPSON & NORRIS MANUFACTURING CO., Ltd., and PRIDEAUX, G. E., Stanley Gardens, Acton Vale, London. May 1, 1934, No. 13156. [Class 18] A collapsable packing- case, tray, crate, &c. of corrugated fibre-board, cardboard &c. for beer bottles &c. is made, e.g. from a rectangu ...


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Apparatus for producing hollow articles or containers from paper pulp. Robert Marguerat, Marcel Chevrier, January 1, 1936: GB440543-A (1 worldwide citation)

440,543. Moulding hollow articles from pulp. MARGUERAT, R., and CHEVRIER, M., 7, Rue Carves, Montrouge, Seine, France. May 24, 1935, No. 16162. [Class 87 (ii)] Apparatus for moulding hollow pulp articles comprises a rotary member 14 carrying female foraminous moulds 12 and rotating about a shaft 25 ...


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Apparatus for finishing hollow articles produced directly from paper pulp. Robert Marguerat, Marcel Chevrier, January 1, 1936: GB440544-A (1 worldwide citation)

440,544. Finishing moulded pulp articles. MARGUERAT, R., and CHEVRIER, M., 7, Rue Carves, Montrouge, Seine, France. May 24, 1935, No. 15163. [Class 87 (ii)] Hollow articles produced from paper pulp are finished in an apparatus comprising an expansible water-bag 13 adapted to be positioned within the ...