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Dalton John Arthur: Anti-static footwear. Stat E Con, Depaoli & O Brien, August 5, 1975: US3898538 (6 worldwide citation)

Anti-static footwear, having a member of substantially constant resistance conductively connecting the lower surface of the insole with an exposed face of the outer sole, wherein the resistance of the path between the foot of a wearer and ground remains substantially between a required upper limit a ...


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Dalton John Arthur: Conductive plastic compositions.. Dalton John A, July 14, 1982: EP0055894-A2 (5 worldwide citation)

In cases where spark discharges could be dangerous, e.g. explosive factories, chemical plants and operating theatres, it is important to provide footwear soles, floor tiles and the like which are of a controlled electrical conductivity. i.e. not to such a high conductivity that danger of electrocuti ...


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Dalton John Arthur: Golf club head. Dalton John A, August 9, 1995: GB2286130-A (1 worldwide citation)

A golf club having a head with a sole formed with a central ground engaging portion with adjacent portions at both the heel and toe to the sole offset relative the ground engaging portion, and angled from the ground engaging portion in an upwards direction relative to the normal use position of the ...


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Dalton John Arthur: Sports equipment. Dalton John A, January 24, 1996: GB2291358-A (1 worldwide citation)

A golf club, tennis racket, fishing rod or other piece of sporting equipment is made at least partly of metal coated carbon or graphite fibres. The metals may include nickel, copper, gold, platinum, silver, bronze. The fibres are combined with a base resin of themoplastic or thermosetting material.


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Dalton John Arthur, Micklewright Charles Anthony: Golf club. Dalton John Arthur, Micklewright Charles Anthony, MICKLEWRIGHT Charles Anthony, July 2, 1998: WO/1998/028051

An iron or wood type golf club comprises a head, a grip, and a shaft, the axis of the grip and at least a majority of the axis of the shaft passing within 1 inch of either the centre of the sweet spot or the centre of mass of the head. The golf club also has a front face, a rear, an inner side and a ...


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Dalton John Arthur: Antistatic footwear of intrinsically conductive polymers or blends thereof. Footwear Innovations, Dalton John Arthur, FINDLAY Alice Rosemary, August 19, 1993: WO/1993/015624

Footwear wherein the footwear is provided with a sole which is made at least partly with an intrinsically conductive polymer (ICP), wherein the ICP is based on either polyaniline, polydiphenylamine, polypyrrole, polythioprene, polythiophene, polythienylenevinylene, bithiophene or polycroconaine dose ...


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Dalton John Arthur: An improved golf club head. Dalton John Arthur, BERGER Judith, June 10, 1993: WO/1993/010865

An iron type golf club having a head being provided with an insert at the striking face of the head, the insert at the striking face of the head made of a material different to the rest of the head, the rest of the head being metallic, and a cavity being provided in the rear of the head.


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Dalton John Arthur: Improvements in and relating to compositions. Dalton John Arthur, ALLAM Peter Clerk, June 10, 1982: WO/1982/001887

In cases where spark discharges could be dangerous, e.g. explosive factories, chemical plants and operating theatres, it is important to provide footwear soles, floor tiles and the like which are of a controlled electrical conductivity, i.e. not to such a high conductivity that danger of electrocuti ...


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Dalton John Arthur: Improvements relating to golf club heads. Dalton John Arthur, Golf Insert Corporation, GOLF INSERT CORPORATION, May 14, 1999: WO/1999/022823

The invention relates to a golf club head, which when struck by an object, will emit a pleasant cound corresponding to the key G5 (preferably the tone A above middle C) at an intensity/loudness of between 40/80 phons for at least half a second in duration, and up to 2 seconds.


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Dalton John Arthur: An improved golf club head.. Dalton John A, September 28, 1994: EP0616547-A1

An iron type golf club having a head being provided with an insert at the striking face of the head, the insert at the striking face of the head made of a material different to the rest of the head, the rest of the head being metallic, and a cavity being provided in the rear of the head.