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Improvements in cushions. Us Rubber Prod, December 13, 1937: GB476659-A (23 worldwide citation)

476,659. Indiarubber springs. UNITED STATES RUBBER PRODUCTS, Inc. March 6, 1936, No. 6802. Void. Convention date, March 7, 1935. [Class 108 (iii)] [Also in Groups XIV and V] A cushion is built up of tubular cylindrical or polygonal elements 30 of rubber assembled in contact with their axes vertical ...


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Improvements in and relating to stands and other supporting devices. William Gerk, December 13, 1937: GB476616-A (8 worldwide citation)

476,616. Brackets. GERK, W. Oct. 16, 1936, No. 28157. [Class 52 (v)] A device adapted to be attached to a rod or tube 11 to support a drinking-glass, ashtray &c., comprises a sleeve 7 clamped to the rod by a set-screw 10 and having a pair of annular flanges 5 with apertures 8 of a shape other than c ...


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Improved driving mechanism for motor vehicles. Nydqvist & Holm, December 13, 1937: GB476619-A (7 worldwide citation)

476,619. Motor-vehicle driving-gear. NYDQVIST & HOLM AKTIEBOLAG. Jan. 8, 1937, No. 646. Convention date, Feb. 29, 1936. [Class 79 (ii)] Two pairs of driving wheels 5 are driven from a common engine 1 through an hydraulic or mechanical gear 3, a distributing gear 4, and two substantially similar tran ...


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Improvements relating to diapers. D D D Mfg Company, December 13, 1937: GB476600-A (5 worldwide citation)

476,600. Diapers. TENNANT, W. J. (D.D.D. Manufacturing Co.) June 12, 1936, No. 16497. [Class 141] A diaper comprises front and rear waistband sections A, B, each consisting of an outer layer 7, Fig. 4, and a double inner layer 8 which are secured together along their upper and side edges so as to pr ...


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Improvements in emulsifying apparatus. Ormerod Engineers, William Colly Monkton Matterso, December 13, 1937: GB476556-A (3 worldwide citation)

In emulsifying-apparatus in which the material to be emulsified is forced past a valve 1 loaded by a spring 2, a narrow annular recess 4 on the delivery side of the valve is provided to produce turbulence in the materials treated with a minimum formation of continuous vortices. For example, with an ...


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Improvements in conduits for electric cables. Power Ct Company, Arthur Harry Stevens, December 13, 1937: GB476870-A (3 worldwide citation)

476,870. Conduits. POWER CENTRE CO., Ltd., and STEVENS, A. H. June 12, 1936, No. 16397. [Class 36] A conduit comprises sheet-metal troughs 5, each trough having an enlarged end portion 10 forming a socket into which the end 11 of an adjacent trough fits. The two ends are secured together by a bolt 1 ...


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Improvements relating to trailer vehicles. Sam Silverstein, December 13, 1937: GB476593-A (3 worldwide citation)

476,593. Folding trailer vehicles; wheels arrangement. SILVERSTEIN, S. June 12, 1936, No. 16451. [Classes 108 (i) and 108 (ii)] A trailer comprises a removable platform and a foldable chassis mounted on a swivel or castor wheel, the chassis comprising members which may be opened out into positions i ...


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Copper alloys. Michael George Corson, December 13, 1937: GB476655-A (3 worldwide citation)

Copper alloys for use as conductive parts of electrical equipment contain about 0,2 to 1 per cent of chromium and at least 0,35 but less than 1 per cent of aluminium, the remainder being chiefly copper. The alloys may contain tin or zinc or both in amounts up to a total of about 5 per cent. The allo ...


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Improvements in or relating to the production of titanium pigments. British Titan Products, December 13, 1937: GB476658-A (3 worldwide citation)

Titanium dioxide or hydrated titanium compounds or composite pigments comprising titanium dioxide mixed with extenders such as barium or calcium sulphates, or titanates &c., are calcined in the presence of a fluorine, compound which will not volatilize during the early stages of calcination. Suitabl ...


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Improvements in or relating to liquid-insulated electric circuit-breakers. Reyrolle A &, Archibald Allan, December 13, 1937: GB476742-A (2 worldwide citation)

476,742. Switchgear structures ; oil - blast switches. REYROLLE & CO., Ltd., A., and ALLAN, A. June 13, 1936, No. 16549. [Class 38 (v)] A liquid-insulated breaker for use in switchgear has insulated lead-in conductors carried by the tank at or near the bottom thereof, and arranged so that engagement ...



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