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Webster John L: Road construction and panel for making same. Reynolds Metal Company, January 7, 1975: US3859000 (244 worldwide citation)

A road construction comprised of a plurality of identical invertible polygonal panels with each panel comprising a plurality of single piece peripheral frame members fixed together to define a polygonal configuration and each of the members having a roughly L-shaped projection extending therefrom wh ...


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Pittoni Pierluigi: Floor surface for fencing competitions. Sava Soc Alluminio Veneto, March 21, 1984: GB2126106-A (168 worldwide citation)

A piste for fencing competitions is made up of a number of rectangular parts arranged side-by-side in alignment, and interconnected by snap-interengagement of latch (27) and socket (29) components formed on two profile sections (11, 12) extending along the contact sides of adjacent aligned parts, th ...


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Ettlinger Jr Ralph, Beall Glenn L: Modular floor mat. Economics Laboratory, October 7, 1975: US3909996 (143 worldwide citation)

A modular floor mat unit which can be used individually or in combination with adjoining floor mat modules to provide an elevated surface which insulates personnel or materials from the floor surface. The floor mat is a unitary structure comprised of a tread surface integrally attached to the top ed ...


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Moriot Marc: Floor, wall or roof covering panel made from two layers with projecting edges having tenons and mortises which interlock with adjacent panel. Polystar, January 28, 2000: FR2781513-A1 (104 worldwide citation)

The panel is made in the form of two overlapping layers of material, each with two projecting edges which have their inner surfaces (23, 45) lying in the same plane. The two projecting edges of one layer have trapezoid-section surface tenons (34. 35) and the corresponding surfaces of the other two e ...


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Hawthorne William Mcmullan: Paving or building block. Hawthorne William Mcmullan, April 18, 1984: GB2127872-A (78 worldwide citation)

The block has a cross-section in the shape of a trapezium symmetrical about an axis joining the mid-points of the parallel edges, the sum of the lengths of the two parallel edges being the same as that of either of the non-parallel edges. Such blocks may be combined to create a wide range of desired ...


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Jakobsen Karna, Jakobsen Otto Maurus: Paving stones. Craig & Antonelli, March 25, 1975: US3873225 (46 worldwide citation)

A set of paving stones comprising two types of stones, one type having upwardly tapering side faces and the other type having downwardly tapering side faces, and one type being provided with protrusions at least at some of its side faces, while the other type is provided with corresponding grooves i ...


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Peitz Jr Josef: Composite stone arrangement for pavements. Striker Michael S, March 11, 1975: US3870423 (43 worldwide citation)

A stone arrangement for pavements comprises at least one center stone and, surrounding it, a multiplicity of border stones, the said center stone and border stones being provided with irregularly shaped interlocking recesses and projections to form a mutual anchoring of the stones and to prevent til ...


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Kikuzawa Tetsuji, Nishikawa Keiichi: Block for pavement and laying method. Nihon Kogyo, October 3, 2002: JP2002-285504 (40 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide blocks for pavement capable of easily forming a road surface displaying a natural feeling by spreading the blocks all over the road surface.SOLUTION: The blocks can be spread all over the road surface without opening because adjacent two sides are formed mutually in ...


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Ido Hisatoshi: Block. Yunison, April 22, 2004: JP2004-124634 (29 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a block for performing efficient laying work and providing the laying pattern of a joint pattern having an excellent design property.SOLUTION: Projecting parts 33, 34 are formed by protruding from side faces 15 to 20 of a block body 12 formed into a substantially def ...


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Riccobene Thomas S: Unites de constructions quadrillees irregulieres, Irregular tessellated building units. Riccobene Designs, Riccobene Designs, MACRAE & CO, August 11, 2009: CA2519296 (26 worldwide citation)

An irregular, tessellated building unit comprises x primary elements, wherein x is an integer equal to or greater than 1. The primary element (20) is a rotational tessellation having a plural pairs of sides extending in a generally radial direction from plural vertices, respectively. In each pair, t ...



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