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A new or improved flooring. Roberto Piodi, April 29, 1959: GB812671-A (208 worldwide citation)

812,671. Flooring units. PIODI, R. May 24, 1957 [June 27, 1956], No. 16585/57. Class 87(1) A rubber &c. flooring unit has undercut tongues 2, Figs. 1, 6, on two adjacent sides and corresponding grooves 3 in the other two sides, each tongue having one end flush with the bottom of the adjacent groove ...


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KAY GEORGE: [en] A New or Improved Flooring Cramp.. KAY GEORGE, May 18, 1901: GB190011705-A

[en] 11,705. Kay, G. June 28. Cramps, flooring. The joist J is gripped between the plate a and an adjustable pin f connecting the links e, which are pivoted on the pivot d connecting the ears c of the plate a. Instead of the pin f, a cam may be used. The board B is pressed by a plunger h actuated by ...


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GREENWOOD GEORGE EDWARD: [en] A New or Improved Flooring Cramp.. GREENWOOD GEORGE EDWARD, November 27, 1897: GB189701728-A

[en] 1728. Greenwood, G. E. Jan. 22. Cramps. - Fig. 1 shows an elevation of a flooring cramp, and Fig. 4 an underside view. The lever handle G, preferably hinged as shown so that, when not in use, it may be turned back out of the way, is pivoted to the ram H and connected by links E to adjustable do ...


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A new or improved flooring material. Midland Railway Carriage And W, Clifford Charles Champeney, August 8, 1929: GB316771-A

316,771. Midland Railway-Carriage & Wagon Co., Ltd., and Champeney, C. C. Aug. 3, 1928. Mats.-A floor covering for permanent or temporary use is made of blocks of wood a, b which are hinged together so that the covering can be rolled up in one direction. The blocks a, b are arranged in staggered rel ...


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BRIGGS ALBERT: [en] A New or Improved Flooring Cramp.. BRIGGS ALBERT, March 7, 1907: GB190622451-A

[en] 22,451. Briggs, A. Oct. 11. Cramps.-Flooring-cramps have two sets of racks h, n, one for the advancement of the ram g and the other to prevent slipping back. A long handle j is pivoted by the pin k to the body a and actuates the ram through a pawl i engaging the rack h. Two or more auxiliary pa ...



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