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Apparatus for directing ionising radiation in the form of or produced by beams from particle accelerators. Varian Associates, May 6, 1964: GB957342-A (28 worldwide citation)

957,342. Linear particle accelerators; X-ray tubes. VARIAN ASSOCIATES. July 27, 1961 [Aug. 1, 1960], No. 27305/61. Heading HID. [Also in Division H5] A beam of accelerated particles for direct irradiation of an object or for producing X-rays for irradiating the object, is bent through 90 degrees and ...


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Gwillim David Thomas, Foster Reginald James: Improvements in or relating to apparatus for vacuum control. Decca, May 6, 1964: GB957118-A (17 worldwide citation)

957,118. Valves. DECCA Ltd. Nov. 23, 1962 [Dec. 27, 1961], No. 46330/61. Heading F2V. A valve body 10 has a vacuum inlet which leads to an outlet 23 via a valve seat 15 and a chamber 14; the latter is defined by a diaphragm 12 on which is mounted a closure member 16 that is urged to the open positio ...


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Moss Arthur William, Gardiner Ernest Eugene: Improvements relating to electric illumination devices. Frost & Company H, May 6, 1964: GB957591-A (13 worldwide citation)

957,591. Imitation solid-fuel fires. H. FROST & CO. Ltd. April 26, 1963 [July 19, 1962; Aug. 9, 1962], Nos. 27726/62 and 30482/62. Headings F4R and F4W. An imitation electric fire includes lamps 4 with flicker producing devices 5 and a viewing screen 9 which comprises a transparent or translucent pa ...


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Bulleid Henry Anthony Vaughan: Improvements in or relating to melt-spinning synthetic polymer filaments. British Nylon Spinners, May 6, 1964: GB957534-A (12 worldwide citation)

957,534. Melt-spinning apparatus. BRITISH NYLON SPINNERS Ltd. Dec. 7, 1962 [Jan. 18, 1962], No. 1831/62. Heading B5B. Synthetic polymer filaments 5 are meltspun through holes in a spinneret 7, the face of which has an elongated shape, the holes being positioned along a line or lines at least substan ...


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Parker Frederick William, Garland Norman Clarence: Improvements relating to screens. Parker Frederick, May 6, 1964: GB957193-A (12 worldwide citation)

957,193. Securing screening elements. F. PARKER Ltd. Jan. 26, 1962 [Oct. 26, 1960], No. 36762/60. Heading B2H. [Also in Division E2] In a single or multi-deck screening apparatus at least one screening unit 4, Fig. 2, is adjustably secured to a frame 3 by a fastening element 8 in the form of a talon ...


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Improvements in or relating to plant boxes. Ernest Dennett, May 6, 1964: GB957455-A (11 worldwide citation)

957,455. Containers for growing plants. E. DENNETT. Sept. 20, 1962 [Sept. 28, 1961], No. 34794/61. Heading A1E. A container for growing plants having a stepped formation comprises three tiers 16-18 formed by front members 19-21, oblique side members 22-24 and-back members 25-27. The tiers are secure ...


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Quick release pin construction. Aerpat, May 6, 1964: GB957177-A (11 worldwide citation)

957,177. Cotters. AERPAT A.G. June 2, 1960 [June 2, 1959], No. 19524/60. Heading F2H. [Also in Division B3] A pin assembly comprises a shank 12 with axial bore 14 and balls 19, movable in lateral bores 20 by a spindle 17, urged by a spring 26 to a position in which it projects the balls, and movable ...


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(trichloromethyl) Pyridines. Dow Chemical, May 6, 1964: GB957276-A (8 worldwide citation)

Compositions comprising 6 - chloro - 2 - (trichloromethyl) pyridine are useful as nitrification inhibitors and may be fertilizer compositions which also contain organic and/or reduced nitrogen, preferably in the form of ammonia or ammonium ions. Incorporation of the fertilizer compositions in a soil ...


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Improvements in variable-speed transmissions. Gen Motors, May 6, 1964: GB957145-A (8 worldwide citation)

957,145. Variable-speed gear. GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. Nov. 12, 1962 [Nov. 24, 1961], No. 42627/62. Heading F2D. A variable-speed gear comprises an input shaft 10 carrying the planet pinions 26 of a spur gear differential, the ring gear 30 of the differential driving through a gear 34, a reversin ...


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Ceramic material and method of making the same. Gen Electric, May 6, 1964: GB957191-A (8 worldwide citation)

Ceramic glass products of high mechanical strength and good electrical properties predominantly composed of synthetic magnesium silicate crystals are formed from a melt comprising MgO (20-50%), SiO2 (20-50%), Al2O3 (5-20%) and a fluxing agent (5-15%) which may be one or more of Na2O, B2O3, K2SiF6 an ...