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Kapell Henry K: Re-enterable splice enclosure. Alexander Sell Steldt & DeLaHunt, September 17, 1974: US3836694 (36 worldwide citation)

A re-enterable splice enclosure including anchor members in permanent secure engagement adjacent the terminal ends of spliced cables, a separable two part housing releasably attached between the anchor members and forming a cavity about the splice and a layer of a water restricting material about th ...


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Yvonnick Marsac, Christophe Desard: Re-enterable splice enclosure. 3M Innovative Properties Company, John A Burtis, November 28, 2006: US07141738 (25 worldwide citation)

A re-enterable enclosure for a splice between cables, comprises two cover members with internal walls that are configured to form a cavity for enclosing the cable splice when the cover members are engaged with each other in a closed position. At least one of the cover members also has internal walls ...


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Giuliano Bolcato: Low voltage re-enterable splice enclosure. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Matthew B McNutt, January 2, 2001: US06169250 (22 worldwide citation)

An re-enterable enclosure for protecting a cable splice includes a first cover member, a second cover member, and a splice fixation member. The first and second cover members are configured to releasably engage each other and form a cavity for enclosing the cable splice. The cavity is filled with a ...


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Jingwen Zhong, Pierre Bonvallat, Zhiyong Xu, Bin Lu: Re-enterable splice enclosure. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Janet A Kling, November 22, 2011: US08063306 (2 worldwide citation)

A re-enterable enclosure for a cable splice includes a first cover member and a second cover member configured for engagement with each other, and movable between an open position and a closed position. The first and second cover members form a cavity for enclosing the cable splice when the cover me ...


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Marsac Y, Desard C: Re-enterable splice enclosure. 3m Innovative Properties Co, October 18, 2006: EP1711989-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A re-enterable enclosure for a splice between cables, comprises two cover members with internal walls that are configured to form a cavity for enclosing the cable splice when the cover members are engaged with each other in a closed position. At least one of the cover members also has internal walls ...


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Zhong Jingwen, Bonvallat Pierre, Xu Zhiyong, Lu bin: Re-enterable splice enclosure. 3m Innovative Properties Company, Zhong Jingwen, Bonvallat Pierre, Xu Zhiyong, Lu bin, ROSENBLATT Gregg H, May 2, 2008: WO/2008/051671 (1 worldwide citation)

A re-enterable enclosure for a cable splice includes a first cover member and a second cover member configured for engagement with each other, and movable between an open position and a closed position. The first and second cover members form a cavity for enclosing the cable splice when the cover me ...


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Bolcato Giuliano: Boitier faible tension pour epissure reouvrable, Low voltage re-enterable splice enclosure. 3m Innovative Properties Company, 3m Innovative Properties Company, SMART & BIGGAR, November 9, 2000: CA2371741

A re-enterable enclosure (10) for protecting a cable splice includes a first cover member (12), a second cover member (14), and a splice fixation member (16). The first and second cover members are configured to releasably engage each other and form a cavity (16, 20) for enclosing the cable splice. ...


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Re-enterable splice enclosure. Minnesota Mining & Mfg, March 3, 1976: GB1426607-A

1426607 Splice enclosure for cable joints MINNESOTA MINING & MFG CO 23 July 1973 [24 July 1972] 35038/73 Heading H2E A re-enterable splice enclosure assembly comprises anchor members 20 which engage at least two lengths of communication cable 12, 13, 14 and engage and are attached by attaching means ...