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Peter Nicholson Walderslade: Manufacture of insulated electric cables. British Insulated Callender s Cables London, Webb Burden Robinson & Webb, September 5, 1972: US3689610 (17 worldwide citation)

In the manufacture of an extruded covering on a continuously advancing core by passing the core through the core tube of an extrusion machine which applies a continuous covering on to the core and effecting continuous treatment of the covering by passing the covered core through a chamber sealed to ...


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Christopher Larrive: Manufacture of insulated electric cables. Pirelli General, Brooks Haidt Haffner & Delahunty, January 8, 1985: US04492662 (3 worldwide citation)

In curing an extruded insulation layer of an electric cable by passing the cable through a catenary curing tube, a cable restraining device 8 is disposed at or just prior to the exit end of the catenary tube 11 and serves to apply to the cable 10 a restraint to oppose forces (developed by the hydros ...


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Manufacture of insulated electric cables. Bicc, February 25, 1976: GB1426180-A (1 worldwide citation)

1426180 Sheathing stranded conductors BICC Ltd 23 Nov 1973 [24 Nov 1972] 54385/72 Addition to 1201528 Heading B5A [Also in Divisions D1 and H1] In the Specification, a cable sheathing is extruded from an annular extrusion orifice to collapse around a sector-shaped conductor under the pressure within ...


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Manufacture of insulated electric cables. British Insulated Callenders, February 13, 1970: FR2010277-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

In the manufacture of an extruded covering on a continuously advancing core by passing the core through the core tube of an extrusion machine which applies a continuous covering on to the core and effecting continuous treatment of the covering by passing the covered core through a chamber sealed to ...


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Nicholson Peter: Improvements in or relating to the manufacture of insulated electric cables. British Insulated Callenders, August 5, 1970: GB1201528-A (1 worldwide citation)

1,201,528. Coating cores by extrusion. BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CABLES Ltd. 5 June, 1969 [6 June, 1968], No. 27056/68. Heading B5A. [Also in Division G3] An electrical conductor 1, which may comprise one or more bare or covered wires, receives a covering 8 by passage through an extrusion crossh ...


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Lyon Robert Cyril, Watson James Herbert: Improvements in or relating to the manufacture of insulated electric cables. British Insulated Callenders, November 11, 1970: GB1212255-A (1 worldwide citation)

1,212,255. Coating cores by extrusion. BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CABLES Ltd. 27 Feb., 1969 [28 Feb., 1968], No. 9672/68. Heading B5A. In the coating of a core 1 with rubber or a rubber-like composition the core is passed through an extruder 4 to receive a degasified rubber mix as coating, a vacu ...


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Improvements in or relating to the manufacture of insulated electric cables. British Insulated Callenders, January 2, 1957: GB765030-A

765,030. Cables. BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CABLES, Ltd. March 14, 1955 [March 16, 1954], No. 7438/55. Addition to 749,288. Class 36. In making an impregnated cable in accordance with the method disclosed in the parent Specification, the core is dried under vacuum with the aid of heat other than ...


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King Albert: Improvements in or relating to the manufacture of insulated electric cables. British Insulated Callenders, May 23, 1956: GB749288-A

749,288. Cables. BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CABLES, Ltd. Feb. 11, 1955 [Feb. 12, 1954], No. 4258/54. Class 36. An impregnated cable is made by drawing one or more insulated conductors into a metal tube in which they are a loose fit, closing the ends of the tube, drying the core under vacuum with ...


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Waddington John Stanley: Improvements in or relating to the manufacture of insulated electric cables. British Insulated Callenders, November 13, 1957: GB786220-A

786,220. Electric cables. BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CABLES, Ltd. May 4, 1956 [May 5, 1955], No. 13109/55. Addition to 749,288. Class 36. Paper insulated cable is dried and impregnated within an oversized sheath which subsequently has its cross-section reduced to fit the cable, but instead of the ...