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Method for "dry house" construction, using the same framework as load-bearing structure and as support for the walls. Martin Lavigne Francis, July 29, 1988: FR2610024-A2

Construction method using the metal framework of the dry partitions in order to form the load-bearing structure of constructions of a small height or the supported facades of multi-storey buildings. On this lightweight framework consisting of factory-made components: small posts 1, with the necessar ...


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Avenard Roger: Prefabricated construction and finishing component for e.g. house construction, has side connecting branches of u shaped projection and comprising curve formed between its free end and its end connected to assembling core. Avenard Roger, December 3, 2004: FR2855539-A1

The component has an assembling core (4) constituted of a hollow polygonal body and comprising a projection (5) on its side. The projection extending perpendicularly to a longitudinal axis of the body of the core forms a U shape. A side (5A) connecting branches of the U shape has a curve formed betw ...


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Andre Daniel: Device for house construction comprises roof frame including rafters and purlins and wall frames, stability means enable self-stabilizing when frames are assembled. Andre Daniel, November 15, 2002: FR2824576-A1

The construction device comprises a roof frame (2) including rafters (12) and purlins (11) as well as wall frames (3,4,5,6) including posts (13). Stability means (7) enable the device to be self-stabilizing in X,Y and Z when the frames are assembled. These stabilizing means comprise a longitudinal b ...


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Mechineau Alain, Grellier Regis, Charrier Pascal, Dugast Benoit: Roller blind caisson installing assembly for e.g. use during house construction, has caisson including part formed of insulating material, and lateral panels extending from ends and extending in plane orthogonal to front and upper panels. Menuiseries Elva, February 1, 2008: FR2904356-A1

The assembly has a roller blind caisson including a monoblock upper part (3) formed of acoustic/thermal insulating material. The part has an upper panel (31) coupled with a cradle (21) and overhangs the caisson. A front panel (32) extends from the panel (31) over a length equal to an upper panel len ...


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HUNDEGGER HANS: [fr] Dispositif de montage et procede dassemblage de panneaux de mur pour la construction de maison de chassis en bois, [de] Montagevorrichtung und Verfahren zum Zusammenbau von Wandelementen im Holzrahmen- oder Ständerhausbau, [en] Mounting device and methode for assembling a wall panel in the field of wooden framework house construction. HUNDEGGER HANS, August 25, 2010: EP2221427-A2

[en] The device has a grid-shaped mounting wall (1) arranged with small inclination of 5 degrees opposite to verticals on floor of an assembly hall. Slidable tools (14) are arranged at the mounting wall by upper guiding rails and elements (13, 15). Lifting devices (16) are arranged at the mounting w ...


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Improvements in prefabricated metal doorways. Tennessee Coal Iron And Railro, October 9, 1947: GB593131-A

593,131. Metal door frames. TENNESSEE COAL, IRON, & RAILROAD CO. Feb. 22, 1944, No. 3294. Convention date, May 11, 1943. [Classes 20(iii) and 20(iv)] In a prefabricated metal house construction, including upright wall supporting flanged members 34 and sheet metal panels 40 having flanges secured to ...


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Improvements in or relating to method of and means for constructing the walls, floors and roofs of buildings. George Mclean Gibson, January 29, 1945: GB567099-A

567,099. Building units. GIBSON, G. M. Feb. 6, 1943, No. 2015. [Class 87 (i)] Walls, floors and roofs of buildings are constructed of a plurality of units, each having a channelshaped rolled or coldpressed steel frame 1, Fig. 6, to one of the flanges 2, of which a mesh 3 is fixed or welded and on to ...


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Laminated articles. Shell Dev, June 2, 1949: GB624311-A

624,311. Compound sheet materials. SHELL DEVELOPMENT CO. Dec. 10, 1945, No. 33362. Convention date, Jan. 26. Drawings to Specification. [Class 140] Laminated articles comprise one or more sheets of bibulous paper or close woven fabric and a sheet of fabric, which may be of openweave, made of organic ...


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Improvements in house construction. Frederick John Shapley, December 2, 1920: GB154413-A

154,413. Shapley, F. J. Oct. 25, 1919. Walls.-The walls of a building are formed of sheets d of papier mÔchÚ with the space between filled in with baked earth. The sheets are tied together by bolts e. The walls may be made up of sections previously pieced together, and all walls are preferably ename ...


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Improvements in house construction. Anglo Canadian Housing Company, January 14, 1926: GB245603-A

245,603. Moss, E. W., (Anglo-Canadian Housing Co., Ltd.). Jan. 21, 1925. Building slabs, special shapes of; roofing slabs. -The walls and roof of a slab building are formed of concrete slabs 4, Fig. 1, having offsets 7, 8 on their upper and lower edges, and a rib 6 which is inclined and engages notc ...



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