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Wardley Brian John: Manufacture of multiconductor cables. British Insulated Callender s Cables, August 31, 1971: US3601967 (7 worldwide citation)

A multiconductor cable core is provided with a barrier of sealing material by pumping the sealing material from a thermostatically controlled storage vessel to a cable feeding station while at a temperature just above that at which crystallization begins and transferring sealing material from the ca ...


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Wardley Brian John: Improvements in or relating to the manufacture of multi-conductor cables. British Insulated Callenders, August 26, 1970: GB1203138-A (4 worldwide citation)

1,203,138. Sealing cables. BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CABLES Ltd. 3 April, 1969 [5 April, 1968], No. 16462/68. Addition to 1,120,011. Heading H1A. . The invention of Specification 1,120,011 is modified by omitting the cooling devices 14 and applying the sealing material to the cable cores at the ...


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Wardley Brian John: Improvements in or relating to the manufacture of plastics insulated wire. British Insulated Callenders, October 8, 1969: GB1166651-A (3 worldwide citation)

1,166,651. Coated wire; coating apparatus. BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CABLES Ltd. 18 April, 1967 [19 April, 1966], No. 17100/66. Headings B2K and B2L. Wire e.g. copper wire, is provided with a covering of plastics insulation in cellular form by coating the wire with a hot solution of the plastics ...


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Burr Harvey, Wardley Brian John, Dean Noel Spencer: Improvements in or relating to haul-off devices. British Insulated Callenders, May 17, 1961: GB868152-A

868,152. Winding and coiling wire. BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CABLES Ltd. Feb. 24, 1960 [Feb. 24; 1959; Dec. 18, 1959], Nos. 6348/59 and 43202/59. Class 83 (4). Apparatus for coiling wire comprises a stationary ring wall whose internal surface forms an endless track, a pulley which under operatin ...


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Dean Noel Spencer, Wardley Brian John, Tarbox Ronald Frederick: Improvements in wire twisting and coiling machines. British Insulated Callenders, July 25, 1962: GB902105-A

902,105. Winding and reeling. BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CABLES Ltd. Jan. 13, 1961 [Jan. 13, 1960; April 4, 1960], Nos. 1308/60 and 11827/60. Class 83 (4). [Also in Group XXV] A machine for withdrawing two or more wires from a supply, twisting the wires together and then delivering the resulting ...


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Burr Harvey, Wardley Brian John: Improvements in or relating to haul-off devices. British Insulated Callenders, December 23, 1960: FR1248907-A

868,152. Winding and coiling wire. BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CABLES Ltd. Feb. 24, 1960 [Feb. 24; 1959; Dec. 18, 1959], Nos. 6348/59 and 43202/59. Class 83 (4). Apparatus for coiling wire comprises a stationary ring wall whose internal surface forms an endless track, a pulley which under operatin ...