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Improvements in and relating to band brakes. Self Changing Gear Company, Andrew Gordon Wilson, Albert Arthur Miller, February 23, 1949: GB618500-A (3 worldwide citation)

618,500. Band brakes. SELF-CHANGING GEAR CO., Ltd., WILSON, A. G., and MILLER, A. A. Sept. 28, 1945, No. 25261. [Class 103 (i)] Band brakes of the type comprising at least three brake bands disposed side by side and in which the application force is applied to one end of one of the bands, the reacti ...


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Improvements in and relating to band brakes and actuating means therefor. Self Changing Gear Company, Andrew Gordon Wilson, Albert Arthur Miller, April 11, 1947: GB587033-A

587,033. Brakes. SELF-CHANGING GEAR CO., Ltd., WILSON, A. G., and MILLER, A. A. March 13, 1944, No. 4655. [Class 103 (i)] Substantially semi-circular brake-shoes 3, 4 are located between the band 2 and the drum 1, the shoe 3 being fixed to the band whilst the shoe 4 is loosely secured to the band an ...


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Improvements in and relating to band brakes. Self Changing Gear Company, Andrew Gordon Wilson, Albert Arthur Miller, February 23, 1949: GB618582-A

618,582. Band brakes. SELF-CHANGING GEAR CO., Ltd., WILSON, A. G., and MILLER, A. A. Sept. 28, 1945, No. 24663/48. Divided out of 618,500. [Class 103 (i)] To prevent or minimise the application of displacement forces to the drum of a band brake, the brake band is applied by a pushrod through a lever ...


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Improvements in and relating to band brakes. Ball Engine Company, July 15, 1921: GB140403-A

140,403. Ball Engine Co., (Assignees of Armstrong, E. J.). Jan. 20, 1915, [Convention date]. Brakes for winding and paying-out apparatus.- In a band brake for a hoisting-drum, the brake drum 7 is disposed on one flange of the hoisting drum 5, the shaft 4 of which is mounted in posts 2. One end of th ...


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LOWRIE HAROLD LEIGH: [en] Improvements in and relating to Band Brakes for Cycles and other Vehicles.. LOWRIE HAROLD LEIGH, August 25, 1900: GB189920910-A

[en] 20,910. Lowrie, H. L. Oct. 19. Brakes, band. A flexible band b, Fig. 2, encircling a drum a on the rear wheel, is connected to levers c, d, pivoted on the frame and operated through toggle-levers g, h by a rod or wire k. A spring w serves to keep the brake normally out of action. The wire or ro ...


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Improvements in and relating to band brakes. Steward Davit & Equipment, November 2, 1922: GB188071-A

188,071. Alexander, A. E., (Steward-Davit & Equipment Corporation). Aug. 2, 1921. Band or coil. -A band brake for windlasses, vehicles, &c. in which the band is lapped more than one turn around the brake drum, has releasing means, connected to the tightening-mechanism and to an intermediate point on ...


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HARMAN ROWLAND GEORGE: [en] Improvements in and relating to Band Brakes.. HARMAN ROWLAND GEORGE, August 2, 1906: GB190517014-A

[en] 17,014. Harman, R. G. Aug. 22. Hoists.-A band brake for hoisting or other machinery is arranged to act independently of the direction of rotation of the brake drum, and, when used with an electrically-driven machine, is applied automatically when the current is cut off. The lever C is pivoted a ...


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Ellard Keith: Improvements in and relating to band brakes. Automotive Prod, April 22, 1970: GB1189229-A

1,189,229. Band brakes. AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS CO. Ltd. 10 Sept., 1968 [23 Nov., 1967], No. 53303/67. Heading F2E. In a band brake the band 10 is anchored at one end about a pivot 14 and the brake is applied by actuating a push rod 16 to pivot an arm 15 about the pivot 14 and apply a load to the other ...