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A new or improved flooring. Roberto Piodi, April 29, 1959: GB812671-A (210 worldwide citation)

812,671. Flooring units. PIODI, R. May 24, 1957 [June 27, 1956], No. 16585/57. Class 87(1) A rubber &c. flooring unit has undercut tongues 2, Figs. 1, 6, on two adjacent sides and corresponding grooves 3 in the other two sides, each tongue having one end flush with the bottom of the adjacent groove ...


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Hawkridge Edward: Improvements in or relating to hydraulic shock absorbers. Woodhead Monroe, April 29, 1959: GB812528-A (8 worldwide citation)

812,528. Hydraulic dampers. WOODHEAD-MONROE Ltd. Aug. 12, 1957, No. 25394/57. Class 108(3) An hydraulic shock absorber of the piston and cylinder type has rebound stop means comprising an annular member which is a close sliding fit within the cylinder or a counterbore in the latter, resilient means ...


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Adjustable coupling assemblies. Arthur Marshall Davis, April 29, 1959: GB812513-A (7 worldwide citation)

812,513. Bolted joints. DAVIS, A. M. April 12, 1957 [Aug. 21, 1956], No. 12038/57. Class 83 (4). [Also in Group XXVI] An adjustable coupling assembly comprises a first member 10 for securing to a second member 11, a slidable adjusting block 15 adapted to lie between the members, adjacent faces of th ...


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Means for use in calculating the weight of cattle. Cuthbert Brierley, April 29, 1959: GB812717-A (7 worldwide citation)

812,717. Measures of length. BRIERLEY, C. July 15, 1957 [July 20, 1956], No. 22536/56. Class 106 (2). A tape measure d for measuring the girth of cattle and pigs has further rows of indicia e ... showing the corresponding estimated weights for various conditions and species. The tape has five scales ...


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Gehrke Hermann Johannes: Improvements in or relating to adjustable packing-pieces for supporting machinery and the like. Gerd Lurssen, April 29, 1959: GB812789-A (6 worldwide citation)

812,789. Bolted-joints. LURSSEN, G. March 4, 1957, No. 7121/57. Class 83 (4). [Also in Groups XXIV, XXV and XXVI] An adjustable intermediate-support-device for use in the installation of machinery, e.g. marine engines, comprises relatively turnable members 12, 13, Fig. 1, with mutually engaging surf ...


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Ferrous base alloys. Universal Cyclops Steel, April 29, 1959: GB812582-A (5 worldwide citation)

A ferrous base alloy which may be precipitation hardened in the absence of "warm" working (working between 800 DEG C. and 900 DEG C.) contains: Ni 20-40, Cr 10-25, Ti 1.35-5.0, B 0.0006-0.15, C-0.25, Al-2.0, Mn-3.00, Si-2.00, Mo-8.00, W-10, V-2.00, Zr-2.00, Nb-5.0, Ta-5.0 all in per cent by weight, ...


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Improvements in lids for vessel mouths. Paul Stedlitz Van Baarn, April 29, 1959: GB812580-A (5 worldwide citation)

812,580. Container closures. BAARN, P. S. VAN. Oct. 4, 1957 [Oct. 5, 1956], No. 30477/56. Class 125(3). A closure device of plastic includes a lid portion 48 formed integrally with a skirt portion 40 which embraces the container neck and a tear strip consisting of a wire 44 embedded in the skirt by ...


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Improvements in or relating to separation of hydrocarbons with molecular sieves. Exxon Research Engineering Co, April 29, 1959: GB812680-A (4 worldwide citation)

A molecular sieve adsorbent known as a molecular template comprises a resin or gel, such as polystyrene or silica gel, formed in the presence of the material it is subsequently desired to adsorb, e.g. esters or hydrocarbons, and for which it subsequently shows selectivity. The adsorbent may be used ...


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Improvements in or relating to containers having removable closure caps. Ciba-Geigy, April 29, 1959: FR1177798-A (4 worldwide citation)

804,936. Bottle &c., closure caps. CIBA Ltd. May 29, 1957 [May 29, 1956 ; Dec. 12, 1956], No. 17077/57. Class 125(3). In a bottle or like container closure arrangement the bottle mouth 4 has a conical inner surface 11 and a screw cap 1 contains a bowl shaped packing member 7 of elastic material such ...



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