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Ores Paul Seaux, Kenneth P Seaux, Donald S Rogers: Interlocking mat system for construction of load supporting surfaces. OLS Consulting Services, Ted M Anthony, January 28, 2003: US06511257 (61 worldwide citation)

A reusable mat system for the construction of load bearing surfaces, such as temporary roadways and equipment support surfaces, over unstable or unsubstantial terrain, comprising durable, interlocking individual mats which can be quickly and easily installed in a single application, and which can th ...


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Ores Paul Seaux, Kenneth P Seaux, Donald S Rogers: Interlocking mat system for construction of load supporting surfaces. OLS Consulting Services, Ted M Anthony, February 24, 2004: US06695527 (54 worldwide citation)

A reusable mat system for the construction of load bearing surfaces, such as temporary roadways and equipment support surfaces, over unstable or unsubstantial terrain, comprising durable, interlocking individual mats which can be quickly and easily installed in a single application, and which can th ...


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David R Dickens, Waldo Smith, Herbert Malin: Floor mat construction. Teknor Apex Company, Salter & Michaelson, October 23, 1984: US04478901 (54 worldwide citation)

A floor mat construction of rubberized material including a base and feet of barbell-like configuration which extend integrally downwardly from the underside of the base for the support thereof in upwardly spaced relation on a supporting surface. A plurality of apertures the upper ends of which are ...


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Ores Paul Seaux: Mat system for construction of roadways and support surfaces. Ted M Anthony, August 5, 1997: US05653551 (40 worldwide citation)

A reusable mat system for constructing roadways and equipment support surfaces comprising a plurality of uniform individual mats which are constructed of lightweight composite materials and which include strengthening agents. The individual mats partially overlap and interlock to form a continuous a ...


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Joseph W Di Geronimo: Shock absorbingg underlayment for artificial playing surfaces. Presidential Sports Systems, Hitt Chwang & Gaines, May 7, 1996: US05514722 (39 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an underlayment composition for an artificial playing surface comprised of a butadiene rubber, such as polybutadiene or styrene-butadiene that is commercially available as recycled polycord tires that have been granulized. An inorganic-base moisture-retaining age ...


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Marck Lukasik, Alan Champagne, Marc Poul Joseph Breault, Andre Octave Joseph Breault: Temporary road element. Champagne Edition, Terry M Gernstein, July 29, 2008: US07404690 (36 worldwide citation)

A road element is formed of a one-piece cage that includes two layers of orthogonally arranged rebars which are welded together. The layers are connected by connecting rebars that are welded to the rebars of the layers at the intersections and the one-piece cage is encased in a flexible material for ...


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Fergus Johnathan Ardern: Ground-reinforcement panels, and multi-panel, ground-decking arrays incorporating them. Synnestvedt & Lechner, July 18, 2000: US06089784 (36 worldwide citation)

In an articulated sequence or array of ground-reinforcement panels, each panel has parallel rectilinear edges, one of them provided with a number of male interlock members projecting therefrom in the plane of the panel and the other provided with a corresponding number of female interlock members re ...


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Steven Thorkelson: Paver system. Vast Enterprises, Dorsey & Whitney, March 18, 2008: US07344334 (34 worldwide citation)

A paver system comprising a plurality of paver pieces and at least one substrate. Each of the paver pieces has a top surface and a bottom surface. The bottom surface of the paver pieces is configured for mating with the upper surface of the substrate, whereby paver pieces coupled to the substrate ar ...


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Donald W Schmanski: Mobility guide tile for visually handicapped. Guidance Systems, Thorpe North & Western, April 12, 1994: US05302049 (33 worldwide citation)

A tile for positioning on walkways, crosswalks and other areas of pedestrian traffic for providing direction and warning to visually handicapped persons. The tile includes a flat plate having top and bottom surfaces and an array of raised bumps coupled and formed integrally with the top surface of t ...


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Mark Lukasik: Temporary roadway element. Champagne Editions, Terry M Gernstein, September 23, 2008: US07427172 (27 worldwide citation)

A plurality of wood planks are embedded and encased in a one-piece rubber mat to form a monolithic one-piece roadway element. A special coupling means is used to couple one roadway element to an adjacent roadway element to form a roadway surface over which heavy equipment can traverse.