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Ulrich Kreusel: Cross-connector to two crossing tubular elements. O Neil and Bean, April 4, 1989: US04817897 (57 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a cross connector for two continuous pipes that cross over each other at any desired angle, the connector comprising two pipe clamps that encircle the two pipes to be connected, and each of which has two clamp arms that have a gap between them. The object of the inve ...


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Ulrich Kreusel: Window fitting for single handed swinging and tilting of the window. Collard Roe & Galgano, July 29, 1986: US04602457 (21 worldwide citation)

There is provided a fitting for a window for single-handedly swinging and tilting such window, said fitting being arranged, with the exception of the operating handle provided with a position-arresting facility, concealed between the frame and casement of the window, with at least one lock facility ...


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Ulrich Kreusel: Pipe joint. Spencer Frank & Schneider, July 7, 1992: US05127758 (12 worldwide citation)

A pipe joint for joining several pipes used in a pipe grid structure such as a scaffold. Each pipe (3) is connected, by way of a connecting member (17) inserted into its interior from the end of the pipe and by way of a clamping device (16) composed of two opposing clamping jaws (21, 22) held togeth ...


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Ulrich Kreusel: Heat-damming compound profile. Max Fogiel, January 26, 1982: US04312905 (10 worldwide citation)

A heat-damming compound profile for window or door frames or similar components in which there is provided two metal profile rods and an intermediate layer connecting these profile rods. The intermediate layer is composed of a profiled shape-retaining insulating strip. Each profile bar is provided w ...


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Ulrich Kreusel: Linking device for a pipe to a structural component. Spencer & Frank, March 13, 1990: US04907907 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a linking device for connecting the front end of a pipe to a structural component, particularly to a sphere to form a junction point with a plurality of pipe connections. The subject of the invention is distinguished in that the pipe (2) has an axially extending longitudinal ...


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Ulrich Kreusel: Joint for pipe. Ulrich Kreusel, HE PEISHUO, March 22, 1989: CN88106502

A pipe joint is disclosed for forming junction points of several pipes having a central longitudinal channel. Each pipe is linked to a continuous or discontinuous peripheric extension of a joining element by means of a joining piece frontally inserted in the channel and of a clamping device composed ...