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Meyerson Stephen C: Building panel joint. Structural Panels, October 30, 1991: GB2243381-A (188 worldwide citation)

A joint comprises, a ramp 20, pocket 18, which may contain a sealant (34, figures 9 and 10 not shown), an interlocking wedge element 19 and a centering stabilizer 21. In use two insulated panels 11 are locked together by a snap fit causing the wedge 19 to yieldably move over the ramp 20 into the poc ...


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Harley D Scott: Building panel joint. Cyclops Corporation, William J Ruano, November 7, 1978: US04123885 (25 worldwide citation)

A building construction panel of the type having exterior and interior metal skins enclosing a foam core and having, at their edges, mating elements for sealing the panels in edge-to-edge relationship. The improvement relates to a sealing construction that insures maintenance of the seal irrespectiv ...


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Wade H Blazley: Building panel joint. Blazley Designs, Natter & Natter, July 26, 1988: US04759159 (17 worldwide citation)

A building panel or arcuate longitudinal form having a pair of upstanding flanges at its opposite longitudinal sides, a male rib supported by one flange and a female rib supported by the other flange, both the male and female rib extending wholly to one side of their supporting flanges, the male rib ...


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Donald L Rausch, Donald A Jacque: Building panel joint. R J, Zarley McKee Thomte Voorhees & Sease, March 2, 1976: US03940893 (9 worldwide citation)

An A-frame home includes interconnected roof panels. The joint connection is at the apex of the abutting upper panel edges which includes abutting vertically disposed surfaces. Aligned horizontal slots are formed in the vertical surfaces and connect with enlarged cavities. The slots and cavities for ...


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Steven M Klamer: Connector for building panels. Marger Johnson & McCollom P C, August 29, 2000: US06108990 (4 worldwide citation)

A building panel joint support including an elongate member having spaced apart raised surfaces defining a longitudinal recess.


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Blazley Wade Hylton: Building panel joint.. Blazley Wade Hylton, April 29, 1987: EP0219498-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A building panel (13) of arcuate longitudinal form having a pair of upstanding flanges (19, 20) at its opposite longitudinal sides, a male rib (21) supported by one flange (19) and a female rib (22) supported by the other flange (20), both the male and female rib (21 and 22) extending wholly to one ...


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Scott Harley D: Joint pour panneau mural, Building panel joint. Cyclops Corporation, May 22, 1979: CA1054769

Building Panel Joint ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A building construction panel of the type havingexterior and interior metal skins enclosing a foam core andhaving, at their edges, mating elements for sealing thepanels in edge-to-edge relationship. The improvementrelates to a sealing construction that ...


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Klamer Steven M: Connector for building panels. Klamer Steven M, MARGER Jerome S, December 20, 2001: WO/2001/096685

A building panel joint support (10) including an elongate member having spaced apart raised surfaces defining a longitudinal recess.