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Tony Pervan: System for joining building boards. Välinge Aluminium, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, February 6, 2001: US06182410 (297 worldwide citation)

An edge lock is provided for use in a flooring system having a plurality of floor panels. The edge lock mechanically and releasably locks together adjacent edges of pairs of adjacent floor panels during assembly of the flooring system, and when said adjacent floor panels are laying flat on a subfloo ...


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Tony Pervan: System for joining building boards. Valinge Aluminum, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, January 13, 1998: US05706621 (220 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a system for laying and mechanically joining building panels, especially thin, hard, floating floors. Adjacent joint edges (3, 4) of two panels (1, 2) engage each other to provide a first mechanical connection locking the joint edges (3, 4) in a first direction (D1) perpendi ...


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Tony Pervan: System for joining building boards. Välinge Aluminum, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, December 4, 2001: US06324803 (145 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a system for laying and mechanically joining building panels, especially thin, hard, floating floors. Adjacent joint edges (


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Tony Pervan: System for joining building boards. Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, February 11, 2003: US06516579 (126 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a system for laying and mechanically joining building panels, especially thin, hard, floating floors. Adjacent joint edges (


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Pervan Tony: System for joining building boards. Valinge Aluminium, February 28, 1996: EP0698162-A1 (125 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a system for laying and mechanically joining building panels, especially thin, hard, floating floors. Adjacent joint edges (3, 4) of two panels (1, 2) engage each other to provide a first mechanical connection locking the joint edges (3, 4) in a first direction (D1) perpendi ...


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Pervan Tony: Systeme servant a assembler des panneaux de construction, System for joining building boards. Valinge Aluminium, Valinge Aluminium, FETHERSTONHAUGH & CO, November 24, 1994: CA2150384 (14 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a system for laying and mechanically joining building panels, especially thin, hard, floating floors. Adjacent joint edges (3, 4) of two panels (1, 2) engage each other to provide a first mechanical connection locking the joint edges (3, 4) in a first direction (D1) perpendi ...


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Pervan Tony: Systeme servant a assembler des panneaux de construction, System for joining building boards. Valinge Aluminium, Vaelinge Innovation, FETHERSTONHAUGH & CO, December 20, 2005: CA2339342 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a system for laying and mechanically joining building panels, especially thin, hard, floating floors. Adjacent joint edges (3,4) of two panels (1,2) engage each other to provide a first mechanical connection locking the joint edges (3,4) in a first direction (D1) perpendicul ...


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Tony Pervan: System for joining building boards. Valinge Aluminium, Buchanan Ingersoll P C, December 26, 2006: USRE039439

The invention relates to a system for laying and mechanically joining building panels, especially thin, hard, floating floors. Adjacent joint edges (3, 4) of two panels (1, 2) engage each other to provide a first mechanical connection locking the joint edges (3, 4) in a first direction (D1) perpendi ...


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Tony Pervan: System for joining building boards. Vaelinge Aluminium, LI YI, May 15, 1996: CN94192054

The invention relates to a system for laying and mechanically joining building panels, especially thin, hard, floating floors. Adjacent joint edges (3, 4) of two panels (1, 2) engage each other to provide a first mechanical connection locking the joint edges (3, 4) in a first direction (D1) perpendi ...


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Pervan Tony: Systeme servant a assembler des panneaux de construction, System for joining building boards. Valinge Aluminium, Vaelinge Innovation, FETHERSTONHAUGH & CO, December 27, 2005: CA2339341

An edge lock is provided for use in a flooring system having a plurality of floor panels. The edge lock mechanically and releasably locks together adjacent edges of pairs of adjacent floor panels during assembly of the flooring system, and when said adjacent floor panels are laying flat on a subfloo ...



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