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Ivan F Brownson, Eric J Brownson: Buckle. Robert E Geauque, July 19, 1977: US04035877 (58 worldwide citation)

A buckle having a male member insertable into a female member, the male member having a rigid portion and the female member having a flexible portion which engages the rigid portion to produce the locking action and the male member has a separate flexible portion which overlies the flexible female p ...


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Jury N Ivanov, Leonid I Suris, Nikolai M Zaitsev, Vladimir G Shikin: Tensioning and locking strap device. Robert E Burns, Emmanuel J Lobato, Bruce L Adams, January 30, 1979: US04136422 (47 worldwide citation)

A device for tensioning and locking air cargo net straps. A frame has laterally spaced side webs having elongated grooves in which is slidably mounted a wedge member. A clamping lever cooperates with the wedge member in clamping a free end portion of a strap disposed therebetween and reversely over ...


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Ulf Olson: Device for adjustable attachment of a strap. Broderna Holmbergs Fabriks, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, December 5, 1995: US05471714 (45 worldwide citation)

A device for adjustable attachment of a strap includes an injection moulded element forming an aperture therein. A cross bar forms an integral part of the element and extends across the aperture. An injection moulded plate has an opening and is integral with two spring legs diverging from an edge of ...


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James R Anthony, Allan R Lortz: Anti-creep seat belt buckle and tongue combination. Indiana Mills & Manufacturing, Woodard Weikart Emhardt & Naughton, January 22, 1980: US04184234 (45 worldwide citation)

A seat belt buckle and tongue combination with means limiting relative motion between the combination frame and the belt or web attached thereto. A roller bar is slidably mounted to the combination frame with the opposite ends of the bar extending into slots on the frame. A pair of helical springs a ...


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Gregory L Woodard, Guy R Dingman, Michael A Wiseman: Web adjuster and coupling. Indiana Mills & Manufacturing, Barnes & Thornburg, November 23, 2004: US06820310 (43 worldwide citation)

A web adjuster for varying a length of a web. The web adjuster has a gripping bar having a pair of ears mounted near each of its ends, a frame including a web stop, and one or more springs to normally urge the bar toward the web stop and against the web. The adjuster may include a coupling device, s ...


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Kazumi Kasai: Sliding bar buckle. Nippon Notion Kogyo, Hill Van Santen Steadman & Simpson, September 2, 1986: US04608735 (37 worldwide citation)

A molded sliding bar buckle of the type comprising a strap retainer bar slidably mounted on an open rectangular connector frame having a grip base and a connecting bar on opposite sides of the strap retainer bar. The strap retainer bar includes a central strap engagement portion for retaining therea ...


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Yoshihiko Ishiguro, Keiko Ishiguro, Hiromi Shiotani: Fastening device. Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, June 29, 1982: US04336636 (32 worldwide citation)

A fastening device is structured so that one half thereof is symmetrical with the other and includes a casing, with a pair of inwardly folded portions, and a pair of symmetrical block-members, each having a bar-member and accommodated within the casing such that one end of each block-member is respe ...


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James C Warrick: Lap belt webbing adjuster. Am Safe, Jon Carl Gealow, James M Wetzel, JoAnne M Denison, February 18, 1992: US05088160 (30 worldwide citation)

A seat belt webbing adjuster having a base frame provided with a moveable elongated load bar of unique shape having a substantially planar transverse surface and having multiple transverse rounded edges displaced therefrom and about which seat belt webbing is wrapped, the load bar being adapted to p ...


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Dominic Spinosa, Frank Knoll: Projection for use as a restraining tooth in a belt restraint assembly. East West, Hoffmann & Baron, June 19, 1990: US04934030 (27 worldwide citation)

A projection for use as a restraining tooth in a compression-type belt restraint assembly which includes a base secured against movement and having a size and dimension appropriate for insertion of the projection in the interstices provided between the warp and weft of a woven fabric belt. The proje ...


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Brown George M: Belt adjuster. Sauna International, July 13, 1971: US3591900 (27 worldwide citation)

A belt adjuster provided with spaced parallel, offset fixed bars. A third reciprocating bar is disposed between the fixed bars and cooperates with one of the fixed bars to grip therebetween a looped end portion of a belt. The cooperating bars are purposely of noncomplimentary geometries to provide a ...