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Improvements relating to tip-up seats. Bennett S Ironfoundry Company, Robert Kidston, December 29, 1942: GB550212-A (4 worldwide citation)

550,212. Tip-up seats. BENNETT'S IRONFOUNDRY CO., Ltd., and KIDSTON, R. March 26, 1942. No. 3996. [Class 52 (v)] A tip-up seat 2 is supported at each side on a bracket 1 pivoted on a pin 7 projecting from the seat standard 6 and provided with two tapered buffers 9, 12 fitting into throughholes in th ...


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Improvements in and relating to closures or lids for tins or other receptacles. Theodor Pordes, Max Melyon, December 29, 1942: GB550215-A (1 worldwide citation)

550,215. Tins &c. PORDES, T., and MELYON, M. April 30, 1942, No. 5849. [Class 66] The flange 2 of the lid of a tin or like container is formed with an indented rib 3 extending around half the circumference and bearing on the rim of the enlarged upper portion 6 of the body, a shallow indentation 5 be ...


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Improvements in or connected with skid fenders for use in the launching of ships life boats. John Blain Hunt, December 29, 1942: GB550208-A (1 worldwide citation)

550,208. Ships' fenders. HUNT, J. B. March 13, 1942. No. 3324. [Class 113 (i)] A skid fender which is especially applicable for use when launching ships' lifeboats is formed of flexible members which dispense with the use of templates and take the form of a plurability of strips of flexible material ...


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Improvements in or relating to switching systems particularly for automatic telephones. Western Electric Co, December 29, 1942: GB550210-A (1 worldwide citation)

550,210. Automatic exchange systems. WESTERN ELECTRIC CO., Inc. March 13, 1942, No. 3336. Convention date, Feb. 8, 1941. [Class 40 (iv)] In a cross-bar switching system comprising a number of 10-line primary switches 107 .. 109, 110 .. 112 &c. arranged in a co-ordinate field and connected to links s ...


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Improvements in and relating to electric switchgear. British Thomson-Houston, December 29, 1942: GB550207-A (1 worldwide citation)

550,207. Switch cases; binding posts. BRITISH THOMSON-HOUSTON CO., Ltd. March 9, 1942, No. 3077. Convention date, March 11, 1941. [Class 38 (v)] [Also in Group XXXVI] A housing 10 of sheet or cast metal and adapted to be fixed to a support, contains lugs 13, 14 on which is supported a removable unit ...


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Apparatus for use in the manufacture of barbed wire. John Lionel Selit Renny, December 29, 1942: GB550199-A (1 worldwide citation)

550,199. Cams. RENNY, J. L. S. Jan. 21, 1942, No. 886. [Class 80 (iii)] [Also in Group XXII] In a machine for making barbed wire of the kind having spaced barbs coiled on a line wire, a rotatable spindle a for coiling a pair of barbing wires applied transversely on opposite sides of the line wire d ...


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Improvements relating to means for releasably securing electric relays and the like to supports. Union Switch & Signal Co, December 29, 1942: GB550196-A (1 worldwide citation)

550,196. Bolt fastenings. TOMLINSON, A. V. (Union Switch & Signal Co.). June 24, 1941, No. 7936. [Class 44] [Also in Group XXXVII] A fastening for detachably securing an electro-responsive device, such as a relay of the plug-in type used in railway signalling systems, to a support 2 comprises a memb ...


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Improvements in upholstery spring constructions. Ford Motor, December 29, 1942: GB550220-A

550,220. Spring upholstery. FORD MOTOR CO., Ltd. June 26, 1942. No. 8831. Convention date, Aug. 7, 1941. [Class 52 (iv)] An upholstery spring construction, for example for the back or seat portion of an automobile seat, comprises sinuous wires 13, 16 engaging in the manner shown. The entrances 17 to ...


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Improvements relating to clutch mechanism of the boring or drilling spindles of horizontal boring or drilling machines. H W Kearns And Company, Henry Ward Lionel Kearns, December 29, 1942: GB550219-A

550,219. Claw clutches. KEARNS & CO., Ltd., H. W., and KEARNS, H. W. L. May 20, 1942, No. 6847. [Class 80 (ii)] [Also in Group XXII] In a horizontal boring, drilling, facing and milling machine in which the spindle d is driven either directly by a belt pulley e or indirectly through a change speed t ...


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Improvements in or relating to electric relay or indicator devices. Westinghouse Electric Int, December 29, 1942: GB550217-A

550,217. Fluid flow indicators. WESTING- HOUSE ELECTRIC INTERNATIONAL CO. May 12, 1942, No. 6447. Convention date. May. 20, 1941. [Class 97 (ii)] [Also in Group XXXVII] When the flow of cooling liquid or: other fluid through a conduit 34 stops or' slackens, a portion of the conduit which is electric ...