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Kazumi Kasai: Sliding bar buckle. Nippon Notion Kogyo, Hill Van Santen Steadman & Simpson, September 2, 1986: US04608735 (37 worldwide citation)

A molded sliding bar buckle of the type comprising a strap retainer bar slidably mounted on an open rectangular connector frame having a grip base and a connecting bar on opposite sides of the strap retainer bar. The strap retainer bar includes a central strap engagement portion for retaining therea ...


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Mark J Krauss: Sliding bar buckle with opposing teeth. American Cord & Webbing Co, Kane Dalsimer Sullivan Kurucz Levy Eisele and Richard, June 23, 1992: US05123153 (23 worldwide citation)

A sliding bar buckle is provided with a grip base with an inwardly facing toothed surface. A strap retainer moves within transverse slots on legs formed integrally with said grip base so that a complementary toothed surface on the strap retainer engages the inwardly facing toothed surface so as to e ...


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Manufacture of composite articles from thermoplastics materials. Anvar, May 17, 1978: GB1511157-A (3 worldwide citation)

1511157 Buckles AGENCE NATIONALE DE VALORISATION DE LA RECHERCHE 8 July 1975 [9 July 1974 15 July 1974] 28768/75 Heading E2A [Also in Division B5] An article having at least two parts relatively movable but inseparable, e.g. a hinge, a T-tongue buckle (Fig. 1) or a sliding-bar buckle (Fig. 4) has th ...


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Kasei Kazumi: Sliding bar buckle.. Nippon Notion Kogyo, March 4, 1987: EP0211988-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

A molded sliding bar buckle of the type comprising a strap retainer bar (10) slidably mounted on an open rectangular connector frame (1) having a grip base (2) and a connecting bar (4) on opposite sides of the strap retainer bar (10). The strap retainer bar (10) includes a central strap engagement p ...


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Naravan Surendra Deva, Thomas Rudy Vorner: A sliding-bar buckle. Allied, May 29, 1986: GB2167487-A (1 worldwide citation)

A low friction self-locking adjust tongue having a pair of depressed lands provided in the tongue plate either side of the web aperture to form a lock bar well. Cutouts provided in the tongue plate's upstanding flanges form in conjunction with said depressed lands a bi-level lock bar slot extending ...


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Improvements in or relating to overalls. Thomas Hardy, January 12, 1938: GB478078-A (1 worldwide citation)

478,078. Overalls ; buckle &c. fastenings ; safety - pins. HARDY, T. Aug. 31, 1936, Nos. 23761 and 33899. [Classes 43 and 141] Overalls have two strong fabric loops d, Fig. 1, formed on or attached to the top edge of the bib b or of the front of the waistband when no bib is provided, each loop recei ...


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Pragnell John James Muir: Improvements in or relating to a buckle and strap combination. Irving Air Chute Gb, August 17, 1966: GB1039268-A (1 worldwide citation)

1,039,268. Straps. IRVING AIR CHUTE OF GREAT BRITAIN Ltd. June 10, 1965 [June 30, 1964], No. 24626/65. Divided out of 1,039,267. Heading A3V. To prevent complete release of a strap 6 from a sliding bar buckle 1, the strap carries a projection 8 which can be flattened against the strap during threadi ...


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Corey David Nielsen: Strap lifter for use between two persons with multiple lifting options. Pedersen and Company PLLC, Ken J Pedersen, Barbara S Pedersen, April 3, 2018: US09930955

A lifter system includes a harness, at least one lifting strap carried by a front, central buckle on the harness, and two arm loops connected to the central buckle or to the harness near the central buckle. The arm loops are used to supply supplemental or substitute lifting force during lifting or m ...