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Priaroggia Paolo Gazzana: Electric cable. Pirelli Societa per Azioni, May 25, 1971: US3580987 (241 worldwide citation)

Electric cable and process for its manufacture are disclosed. The electric cable has its electric conductor covered with extruded insulation comprising numerous layers of insulating material, the number of such layers being more than two and preferably ranging between 5 and 100, and the thickness of ...


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Mulvey Bernard J: Method of making fluid-blocked stranded conductor. General Electric Company, June 29, 1971: US3589121 (159 worldwide citation)

An insulated stranded conductor which is properly fluid blocked is manufactured by first coating a wire filament or strand, and then forming a stranded conductor with the coated filament as the center strand. An outer insulation is applied over the resulting stranded conductor under sufficient press ...


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Atsushi Sawaki, Mamoru Ono, Toshio Okazaki, Koji Naruse: Method for forming cover layer over wire joint. Yazaki Corporation, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak and Seas, April 18, 1989: US04822434 (74 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an improved method for forming a cover layer over a joint of electrical wires. Portions of insulation layers of wires to be joined are stripped and the bared conductors of the wires assembled in a desired configuration to form a joint. The joint is placed in a transparent mold ...


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Shannon Michael Allan: Production of dielectric insulation layers upon electrical conductors.. Northern Telecom, October 9, 1985: EP0157494-A2 (57 worldwide citation)

Providing an electrical conductor (10) with an insulation layer having a layer of dielectric carrier with magnetically permeable particles dispersed within the carrier, in which homogeneity is maintained in a fluid mixture (18) of a fluid carrier and the particles, the conductor is moved vertically ...


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Francis J Mullin, William C Reed: Forced encapsulation means for a cable. American Telephone and Telegraph Company AT&T Bell Laboratories, Eugen E Pacher, October 24, 1989: US04875952 (56 worldwide citation)

A forced encapsulation system and method that can be advantageously used to encapsulate cable splices e.g., multiconductor communications cables. Containment means are formed around a substrate comprising part of at least one cable, and secured to the cable, thereby forming an enclosure into which l ...


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Patrick J Paquin: Method of making low crosstalk ribbon cable. Allied Corporation, James P DeClercq, November 8, 1983: US04413469 (56 worldwide citation)

Several embodiments of reduced crosstalk ribbon cable having alternating twisted and straight sections of indefinite length are disclosed, crosstalk being reduced by differing starting positions of alternate twisted pairs, differing lay of alternate twisted pairs, and variation in lay along the leng ...


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Stephen H Diaz, Christian A M Debbaut, William H Humphries, Alvah A Lawrence, Glen W Ragland, Gerald L Shimirak: Protection of cable splice. Raychem, T Gene Dillahunty, March 10, 1987: US04648919 (55 worldwide citation)

A splice between two multiconductor cables is protected from ingress of water by a closure which is filled with a sealant which is pressurized by a bladder inside the closure to a pressure sufficient to force the sealant into the interstices of the splice and the interstices between the conductors i ...


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Zoltan B Dienes: Method of sealing and repairing electrical cables. Thomas & Betts Corporation, Zoltan B Dienes, Robert M Rodrick, Salvatore J Abbruzzese, March 22, 1988: US04732628 (52 worldwide citation)

An exposed portion of an electrical cable is sealed by applying a sealant material to the exposed cable and then placing the ends of a split unitary cover over the sealant material in overlapped disposition. The cover is then compressed into contact with the sealant material. In repairing a damaged ...


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Ronald A Dery, Warren C Jones: Method of forming an electrical interconnection means. AMP Incorporated, Katherine A Nelson, November 19, 1985: US04554033 (49 worldwide citation)

An interconnecting means is comprised of one or more conductive ink conductors printed onto a first substrate, the conductive ink being comprised of an insulating polymer medium having first and second groups of conductive particles therein, and an insulating layer of flowable adhesive in covering r ...


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Kashiyama Hiroshi, Tobita Susumu: Method for forming on an elongated core member a covering of thermoplastic material by extrusion. The Furukawa Electric, Woodling Krost Granger & Rust, December 23, 1975: US3928519 (49 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method for forming on an outer periphery of an elongated core member, a covering layer of thermoplastic material by extrusion, said covering layer including outwardly and diametrically extending enlarged portions thereon equally spaced from each other along the longitudin ...