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Ronald G Bossard, Dean C Krenz, Russell P Smith: Fiber optic cable splice closure. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Donald M Sell, John C Barnes, February 21, 1989: US04805979 (154 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic splice closure for protecting the splice made into a transmission cable, containing a plurality of fibers which are to remain unsevered, comprises a base to which the cable is anchored and in which slack fibers in the uncut cable are looped and stored free of transverse barriers. The s ...


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Russell P Smith, Thomas S Croft: Closure end seal. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, John C Barnes, November 2, 1993: US05258578 (32 worldwide citation)

An end seal for splice closures or for terminals comprising a core portion of a flexible resilient material, which core portion has an outer periphery and openings extending through the core portion, which openings communicate with the outer periphery, and a tail portion which is integral with and e ...


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Jacqueline J Pulido, Kenneth D Rebers, Thomas S Croft, Alan J Oshinski, Kwang H Chu, Daniel G Lee, Russell P Smith: Cable closure injection sealed with low surface energy adhesive. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, John A Fortkort, June 15, 1999: US05912433 (27 worldwide citation)

A cable splice closure includes a closure body having mating surfaces sealed together. An end seal in the closure has an opening for receiving a cable. The end seal is sealed to the closure body by an adhesive bond. An adhesive injection port is provided in the end seal to communicate an adhesive in ...


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Russell P Smith: End seal for splice closure. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Donald M Sell, Walter N Kirn, John C Barnes, February 20, 1990: US04902855 (26 worldwide citation)

Splice closures can be readily sealed by wrapping the cables with a mastic and then forming an end for a performed closure by placing the halves of a split ring about the mastic and drawing the halves closed by a toggle fastener including an arcuate leg connected at one end to one half and joined in ...


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Jacqueline J Pulido, Kenneth D Rebers, Thomas S Croft, Alan J Oshinski, Kwang H Chu, Daniel G Lee, Russell P Smith: Cable closure injection sealed with organo borane amine complex. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Darla P Fonseca, September 4, 2001: US06284976 (16 worldwide citation)

A cable splice closure includes a closure body having mating surfaces sealed together. An end seal in the closure has an opening for receiving a cable. The end seal is sealed to the closure body by an adhesive bond. An adhesive injection port in the end seal. The port is provided to communicate an a ...


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Russell P Smith: End seal assembly for a splice case. 3M Innovative Properties Company, John A Fortkort, June 5, 2001: US06242700 (14 worldwide citation)

An end seal assembly is adapted to seal the space between at least one cable and a closure to restrict fluid transfer through the seal. The end seal assembly includes an end seal having a body formed from an elastic, flexible material. The body includes a core portion and an extended tail portion. T ...


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Ralph M Duttarer, Michael H Estkowski, Russell P Smith: Vehicle brake system. Clark Equipment Company, Harry G Thibault, July 13, 1982: US04339154 (13 worldwide citation)

A vehicle brake system for operating a spring applied, fluid pressure released brake. In order to assure that the brake is fully released before the vehicle is operated, the system requires the operator to perform two operations. He must move a manually operated hydraulic valve to the brake release ...


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William J Keith, Michael Parsons, Russell P Smith, Christopher J Glenn, Stephen Bell: Audiometer with interactive graphic display for children. Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, August 29, 1989: US04862505 (12 worldwide citation)

A microprocessor-based audiometer for use with children. A color visual display unit is used to display an image digitally stored in memory or on disk drive to attract the childs attention and hold its concentration during testing.


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Russell P Smith: Wrap type cable closure end seal. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gerald F Chernivec, John C McFarren, August 11, 1998: US05792989 (4 worldwide citation)

An end seal for splice closures or for terminals including a body having a core portion and an extended tail portion of a flexible resilient material. The core portion has an outer periphery and openings extending through the core. The openings communicate with the outer periphery. A tail portion is ...


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Jacqueline J Pulido, Kenneth D Rebers, Thomas S Croft, Alan J Oshinski, Kwang H Chu, Daniel G Lee, Russell P Smith: Cable closure injection sealed with organoborane amine complex. 3M Innovative Properties Company, John A Fortkort, May 16, 2000: US06064006 (3 worldwide citation)

An end seal for a cable splice closure includes a core portion having a slot for receiving a cable. A tail portion, extending from the core portion, is of sufficient length and flexibility to be extended over the slot. An adhesive injection port is provided in the core portion to communicate an adhe ...