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Thomas F Gerker: Bowline knot in a braided line. Sparton Corporation, Reising Ethington Barnard Perry & Milton, November 5, 1991: US05062344 (181 worldwide citation)

An eye splice is disclosed for a hollow braid type of cord for use in a parachute shroud or the like. It comprises a bight 22 in the free end of the cord which is folded back to form an eye 16 with the bight extending through braided wall of the cord at an entry point 34 and then through the center ...


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Boris Spralja: Rope slicing apparatus and method. Shlesinger & Myers, December 4, 1990: US04974488 (68 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a rope splicing apparatus having an elongated tool portion including a main portion, a tip portion and a transitional portion. The main portion comprises a pair of straight and parallel main rod portions which are spaced apart at a main portion width along the length thereof. ...


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Lang Frederic A: Tendons for prestressed concrete and process for making such tendons. March 7, 1972: US3646748 (47 worldwide citation)

A tendon suitable for posttensioning concrete and for use in other applications comprising a multiple-wire strand incased in a corrosion inhibitor in an amount sufficient to provide a circular enclosure greater than the outside diameter of the strand and having a seamless plastic jacket tightly cove ...


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Cesare Canevari, Luciano Tarantola: Metal cord. Industrie Pirelli S p A, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, March 31, 1981: US04258543 (43 worldwide citation)

Metal cord, for reinforcing articles of an elastomeric material, such as tires, conveyor belts and so on of the single strand type, in particular made up of a plurality of 3, 4 or 5 wires, wherein the said wires are twisted together loosely, so as to result as being spaced apart from each other but ...


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Neville H Simpson, Fred E Dykeman: Lubricated plastic impregnated aramid fiber rope. Amsted Industries Incorporated, Edward J Brosius, Fred P Kostka, John L Schmitt, May 13, 1980: US04202164 (43 worldwide citation)

An aramid fiber rope having a central core surrounded with aramid fiber rope strands. The core and the aramid strands are coated with a heavy viscous lubricant prior to winding the strands into rope. The lubricated rope is then impregnated and surrounded with a plastic material to entrap the lubrica ...


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Wilber F Powers: Oval shaped overhead conductor and method for making same. Southwire Company, James W Wallis Jr, Stanley L Tate, George C Myers Jr, December 15, 1992: US05171942 (40 worldwide citation)

An oval or elliptical shaped overhead conductor that is twisted along its length to provide a continuously varying profile to the wind. A single core is comprised of a circular center wire wrapped by circular wires and the core is surrounded or encased by one or more layers of wire strands, includin ...


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Robert W Cameron: Composite metallic core line. Seed and Berry, February 3, 1987: US04640179 (39 worldwide citation)

A multiple-layer braided line having a high tensile strength composite steel core in which the innermost braided fibrous sheath layer is nylon, securely bonded to the composite steel core. An outer braided fibrous sheath is polyester formed over the inner sheath. The core is selected with a tensile ...


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David A Klees, Robert B Hoganson, Harry L Data: Rope with fiber core and method of forming same. AMSTED Industries Incorporated, Edward J Brosius, Charles E Bouton, December 19, 1989: US04887422 (36 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a composite wire rope comprising a plurality of outer strands laid helically about a helically stranded core. The core is comprised of high strength synthetics, such as polyamide or polyolefin materials to form a unitized lay central member. The method for forming the rope co ...


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Robert J Wilcox: Rope. Greening Donald, Hirons Rogers & Scott, November 25, 1986: US04624097 (36 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a rope having a central strand and a plurality of outer strands extending helically about the central strand. Each of the outer strands consists of a plurality of elements in a helical wrap, at least some of these elements having a core of synthetic plastic filaments extending ...


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Fumio Yamashita, Hideharu Kurobe: Steel cord. Hiroyuki Kanai, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, June 8, 1982: US04333306 (36 worldwide citation)

A steel cord composed of a plurality of material wires intertwisted, having loosely intertwisted portions and tightly intertwisted portions alternately at regular intervals so as to facilitate penetration of a rubber compound into the central part thereof throughout its whole length and to ensure st ...



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