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David T Langley: Building brick. Steele & Petock, May 31, 1977: US04026086 (50 worldwide citation)

A new building brick for use in the construction of buildings is disclosed. The brick is provided with projecting members and indentations on opposite surfaces. The projecting members and indentations provide resistance to lateral movement of the bricks. The bricks are held together in adjacent tier ...


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Willie Habegger deceased: Building brick. Lock Brick, Rogers Bereskin & Parr, November 14, 1978: US04124961 (36 worldwide citation)

A building brick having upper and lower faces. The upper face has a pair of longitudinally extending triangular ridges along each side thereof, each ridge having a narrow flat apex surface. The lower face has a pair of complementary depressions formed by a central longitudinally extending upstanding ...


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Dietrich Murray F: Brique de maconnerie, et methode et dispositif de pose du mortier, Building brick and method and apparatus for motaring. Dietrich Murray F, BERESKIN & PARR, December 3, 1985: CA1197391 (32 worldwide citation)

ROGERS, BERESKIN & PARR TITLE: BUILDING BRICK AND METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MORTARING ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A self aligning building brick having ridgesin one major contact face and a corresponding recessedarea in the other major contact face so that when simi-lar bricks are engaged one atop the ...


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Habegger Willie, Habegger Carl: Brique, Building brick. Lock Brick, October 30, 1979: CA1065154 (22 worldwide citation)

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A building brick having opposite major contact faces. One of such faces has a pair of longitudinally extendingridges along each side thereof. The other face has a pairof complementary depressions formed by a central longitudinallyextending upstanding portion of height less ...


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Ira J McManus: Truss assembly for brick wall or masonry support. W Patrick Quast, October 28, 1986: US04619090 (21 worldwide citation)

A truss assembly for supporting a building brick or masonry wall comprising a top and bottom chord, a plurality of vertical and diagonal stud members interconnected between the chords; and a lintel angle, for supporting the brick wall, connected to the bottom of the stud members at least. Tieback me ...


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Larws Peter: Toy blocks dimensioned and configured for plural connections. Littlepage Quaintance Murphy & Dobyns, October 1, 1974: US3838535 (17 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to toy building brick of rectangular cross-section 2a .times. a and any arbitrary length X .times. a. These bricks are characterized by n cube-shaped openings of the volume a .times. a .times. a between the two broad sides 2a .times. Xa. The bricks are also characterized by (n- ...


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Karl Schmidt: Mortar securing building brick. Leon Gilden, November 3, 1992: US05159801 (10 worldwide citation)

A building brick includes a through-extending bore of a trapezoidal cross-sectional configuration to ease removal of a building brick from a mold during fabrication. The central bore permits the stacking of the building bricks to include the bottom wall in downward orientation to accommodate a great ...


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Dawn Alan William: Blocks having sockets and projections with interference fit. E S Perry, Molinare Allegretti Newitt & Witcoff, September 16, 1975: US3905150 (9 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a building brick for use as an educational aid, a display device or in a constructional kit for children. The brick is in the form of a solid cube having one place face, a spigot or projection of rectangular cross-section on another face, the remaining faces each incorporati ...


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Vladimir Gontmakher, Evgueni Pevzner: Method for manufacture of foamed perlite material. Reising Ethington Barnes Kisselle Learman & McCulloch P C, April 9, 2002: US06368527 (9 worldwide citation)

A process for making articles from perlite material includes grinding raw perlite to a particle size <200 &mgr;m. The ground perlite is mixed with ground silicon carbide powder and moisture added in an amount to achieve a homogeneous mixture having the property of being thixotropic. The mixture is i ...