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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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Dury Peter Leslie Kennan: Pedestrian, vehicular, or sports playing surfaces and underlays/shock pads.. Nottingham County Council, March 19, 1986: EP0174755-A1 (33 worldwide citation)

An artificial turf or underlay shock pad for an artificial turf or similar surface is prepared using as one layer an open fibrous structure (2-4) made of synthetic material having vertical (4), horizontal (3) and angularly inclined (4) fibres the open fibrous structure being filled with a particulat ...


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Tesch Gunter Horst: Mat-like laminated article and method of producing the same.. Tesch G H, February 9, 1983: EP0071212-A2 (30 worldwide citation)

Ein mattenförmiger Schichtkörper (1) besteht aus einer Deckschicht (2) aus einem Faser- oder Filamentvlies und einer Unterlagsschicht (3), die gegebenenfalls aus dem gleichen Vlies oder aus einer Kunststoff-Folie (7), insbesondere einer solchen mit Vertiefungen (8) besteht. Zwischen der Deckschicht ...


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Raech Jr Harry: Plastic landing pad of interconnected panels. FMC Corporation, October 26, 1971: US3616111 (16 worldwide citation)

A landing pad for helicopters is made of individual laminated panels having top and bottom laminae of woven fiberglass and a relatively thick core lamina of a nonwoven organic fiber which is bonded to the said top and bottom laminae by a polyester resin extensively impregnated with a particulate fil ...


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Dix Rollin C: Mobile roadway repair unit. May 21, 1974: US3811147 (15 worldwide citation)

A mobile roadway repair unit including a repair module unit having a platform for carrying traffic over a roadway on which repair is to be performed. The repair module unit may be formed of a plurality of repair modules coupled end-to-end or may be a single repair module. An ascending transition ram ...


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Jenkins Peter J: Portable platforms. Dunlop Rubber Company, September 21, 1971: US3607592 (14 worldwide citation)

Portable platform for use, for example, as a temporary road, comprising a flexible plastic material in which is embedded a composite reinforcement comprising two layers of parallel transverse metal cords and sandwiched between the two layers a layer of textile reinforcement and a layer of longitudin ...


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Tesch Gunter Horst: Laminated article for construction purposes, and its application.. Tesch G H, February 9, 1983: EP0071213-A2 (13 worldwide citation)

1. Laminated article for construction purposes containing at least one non-woven textile layer and a granular material, characterised in that a layer (5) of granular particles of building materials (6), such as sand, gravel, binder such as chalk, gypsum, cement or mixtures of these, is disposed and ...


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Perry Robert E, Myers William T Jr: Rapidly deployed assault vehicle surfacing or trackway system.. Kaiser Aluminium Chem, March 20, 1985: EP0134352-A1 (12 worldwide citation)

A transportable modular assault vehicle water egress and bridge access/egress surfacing or trackway system wherein a plurality of rectangularly shaped planks or sections (12) are joined by flexible hinge members (24) and can be folded accordion fashion and suspended in a container for storing, trans ...


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Burgess Oswald: Trench cover. Burgess Oswald, October 13, 1971: GB1249914-A (12 worldwide citation)

1,249,914. Trench covers; shores. O. BURGESS. 14 Jan., 1970 [17 Jan., 1969], No. 2935/69. Headings E1E and E1G. A temporary cover abridging a trench in a road surface e is provided with depending plates b which are pressed apart by a screw jack d to support the trench sides and thus increase the loa ...



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