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John Anthony Dispenza: Cable anchor assembly. Lucent Technologies, April 25, 2000: US06053456 (27 worldwide citation)

A cable anchor assembly for facilitating ready anchored connection of cables to components while protecting the cables from external forces and from moisture. The assembly includes a plurality of plates slidably engageable along a rail for facilitating relative movement between the plates. Each plat ...


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Narahari Gattu, Paul E Johnson: Actuator for telescopic boom. Harnischfeger Corporation, James E Nilles, August 19, 1980: US04217987 (12 worldwide citation)

A telescopic boom comprises a base section, an inner section telescopable within the base section, an outer section telescopable within the inner section, and an actuator mechanism located within the outer section and operable to telescopically move the inner and outer sections relative to each othe ...


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Don C Cox: Cable anchor assembly. Otis Engineering Corporation, Ross Howison Clapp & Korn, March 16, 1993: US05193614 (11 worldwide citation)

A cable anchor assembly (16) for an inverted, cable deployed submersible pump (28) that comprises a cable tensioning device (18) adapted to preload the multwire rope members (38) of the power cable (30). The cable tensioning device (18) comprises threaded upper (32), middle (34) and lower (36) sleev ...


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Jeffrey L Dwiggins: Cable anchor assembly. Camco International, Fletcher Yoder & Van Someren, November 23, 1999: US05988286 (6 worldwide citation)

A cable anchor for preventing longitudinal movement of a cable within a conduit to transfer the weight of the cable to the conduit, comprises a housing connectable to the cable. An arm member is connected to the housing and is movable from a retracted position to an extended position in gripping con ...


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Arthur J Connelly, James B Thronburg: Method and cable anchor assembly for anchoring plastic coated rope. Quadco, Paul A Weilein, December 6, 1988: US04789136 (3 worldwide citation)

A cable anchor assembly is disclosed as well as a method of using the assembly for anchoring plastic coated rope in oil well drilling derricks and the like for alternatively carrying a load on the rope and also for allowing the rope to be selectively slipped or fed through the cable anchor assembly ...


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Dwiggins Jeffrey L: Cable anchor assembly. Camco Int, December 16, 1998: EP0884451-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

A cable anchor for preventing longitudinal movement of a cable (30) within a conduit (28) to transfer the weight of the cable to the conduit, comprises a housing (36) connectable to the cable. An arm member (46) is connected to the housing (36) and is movable from a retracted position to an extended ...


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Joel Duane Herman: Anchor. Leveque IP Law P C, September 19, 2017: US09765907

An anchor for a cable or rod includes a ferrule or other spring stop, to which one or more springs or arms are coupled. The spring stop may be attached to an end or other region of the cable to enable the cable to be tensioned against a support structure. The one or more springs or arms may be, for ...


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Stanley A Landry: Barrier cable anchor rail. Actuant Corporation, Michael Best & Friedrich, May 9, 2017: US09644392

A barrier cable anchor rail assembly is disclosed. The assembly is adapted to be encapsulated in a concrete column and engage a plurality of cables to provide a barrier between successive columns of concrete. The assembly includes a first rail member and a plurality of threaded connectors. The threa ...


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Rual Abreu, Martin Cawood, Brendan Robert Crompton: Tensionable cable anchor assembly and a tensioning device for tensioning same. NCM INNOVATIONS, Young & Thompson, January 8, 2019: US10174616

Disclosed is a cable anchor assembly including: a cable anchor body longitudinally extending between leading and trailing ends; a tensioning device with an outer member having first and second ends and a threaded through passage between the ends and an inner member which threadedly engages the threa ...


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Dwiggins Jeffery L: Ensemble dancre de cable, Cable anchor assembly. Camco International, Camco International, MARKS & CLERK, June 5, 2007: CA2240037

A cable anchor for preventing longitudinal movement of a cable within a conduit to transfer the weight of the cable to the conduit, comprises a housing connectable to the cable. An arm member is connected to the housing and is movable from a retracted position to an extended position in gripping con ...