1
Ernest E Carter Jr: Inflation anchor. Halliburton Company, Joseph A Walkowski, Thomas R Weaver, November 8, 1983: US04413653 (57 worldwide citation)

An hydraulically inflatable anchoring device for use in pipelines. A woven fabric of braided steel cable is employed as the outer cover of the device, being expanded and maintained against the inside of a pipeline by inflation of an elastomeric bladder within. The anchoring device is configured in t ...


2
Ernest E Carter Jr: Cup type pipeline inflation anchor. Halliburton Company, Joseph A Walkowski, Thomas R Weaver, January 3, 1984: US04423754 (15 worldwide citation)

An inflation anchor for sealing a conduit bore. A tubular elastomeric bladder is attached to a shoe assembly, with two layers of calendered steel cable being fixed to the shoe assembly and surrounding the bladder. At the free end of the bladder, an elastomeric cup is bonded thereto and overlaps the ...


3
Carter Ernest Augene: Cup type pipeline inflation anchor.. Halliburton Co, September 7, 1983: EP0087867-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

A cup type pipeline inflation anchor for sealing a conduit bore comprises a tubular elastomeric bladder (30) attached to a shoe assembly (14), with a flexible anchor, e.g. two layers (34,36) of calendered steel cable being fixed to the shoe assembly and surrounding the bladder. At the free end of th ...


4
Peng Wenxiang, Peng Zhenbin, Cao Jiawen, Wu Qihong, Yin Quan: Inflation anchor bar. Central South University, Deng Jianhui, July 8, 2009: CN200910042571

The invention discloses an inflatable anchor rod. One end of a steel tube (1) is an open end, while the other end is a closed end; the upper end and the lower end of a rubber film (4) with rough appearance are fastened and sleeved outside the closed end of the steel tube (1); and a part of the steel ...