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A new or improved flooring. Roberto Piodi, April 29, 1959: GB812671-A (208 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 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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