|SELECT DISTINCT patent.*, YEAR(date) as year FROM patent LEFT JOIN category ON category.patent = patent.patent AND category.type = patent.type WHERE (category.class = '174') AND (category.subclass = '148') ORDER BY date ASC, patent, type|
Total of 35 patents found where: Class is '174'; Subclass is '148';
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|T / S||Patent||Date||Description||Patentee||Category||Assigned To|
|U||103,122||May 17, 1870||Improvement in Insulators for Telegraphic Wire
Hook with metallic oxide cement to hold hook or pin
|BAKER, Robert B.
|U||133,595||December 3, 1872||Improvement in Insulation of Telegraph lines
Insulator suspended from sub cross-bar (CJ 9-85-14)
|ROGERS, James H.
|U||308,818||December 2, 1884||Brace for Telegraph and Telephone Lines
Brace to keep multiple lines separated during high wind.
|ARNOLD, Andrew H.
|U||386,111||July 17, 1888||Electric Wire Insulator
Knobs paired to hold wire in trees
|CUTLER, Henry H.
|U||481,132||August 16, 1892||Insulator
Device and insulator for suspending wires using one or more insulators encased in a metal sphere with wire suspended by means of a bolt or hook set in the center of the two halves of the spherical insulator (see 286,681)
|BOWEN, William J.
|U||530,706||December 11, 1894||Insulator
Composition insulator with clip ears
|U||554,723||February 18, 1896||Insulator
|U||682,831||September 17, 1901||Adjustable Insulator
Knobs with various fluted sides grouped to hold wire
|MURDOCK, Henry D.
|U||705,811||July 29, 1902||Insulating Support for Metallic Circuits
Stacked multiple insulators to support wire
|ALLEN, John S.
|U||732,665||June 30, 1903||Insulating System for Electric Transmission Circuits
Bracket to hold multiple insulators for high tension line
|UNDERWOOD, Alvah W.
|U||751,459||February 9, 1904||Line Insulator
Odd arrangement of two ribbed spools supporting a third ribbed spool to support the line wire
|CHESNEY, Cummings C.
|U||827,361||July 31, 1906||Insulating Support for Electrical Conductors
Means to support high voltage conductors using small pintype insulators
|GIBBONEY, William K.
|U||872,569||December 3, 1907||System of Insulation for High Voltage Electric Conductors
Insulator system for high voltage conductors
|LOCKE, Fred M.
|U||917,785||April 13, 1909||Insulating Support for High Tension Conductors
Suspension support system
|MERSHON, Ralph D.
|U||918,339||April 13, 1909||System for Insulation for High voltage Electric Conductors
|LOCKE, Fred M.
|U||973,204||October 18, 1910||Insulating System for High Potential Electric Conductors
Suspension insulator multiples
|LOCKE, Fred M.
||Suspension||Locke Insulator Mfg. Co.|
|U||1,010,181||November 28, 1911||Electric Cable Protector
Protective shield mounted on top of the insulator to support the conductor.
|SANDFORD, JR., Joseph Addison
||Protective Shield||The R. Thomas & Sons Co.|
|U||1,039,799||October 1, 1912||Insulator Chain for High Pressure Electric Transmission Lines
Suspension chain (pork liver)
|PRIESTLEY, Charles M. E.
||Suspension||Societe Vedovelli Priestley|
|U||1,048,992||December 31, 1912||Insulator
Strain, interlocking type (OB hog liver)
|MEAD, George A.
||Strain||The Ohio Brass Co.|
|U||1,056,998||March 25, 1913||Insulator
Means of insulating and supporting a bussbar.
|JAMIESON, Bertrand G.
KELLER, Carl A.
|U||1,084,147||January 13, 1914||Support for Electric Service Wires
Bulbous insulator mounted on a crossarm pin to allow tie-off and running multiple service wires from the main power conductor
|U||1,185,700||June 6, 1916||Insulator for Trolley Wires
Trolley hanger insulator
|MOSS, Benton C.
||Trolley||1/2 to Charles Fritts|
|U||1,213,211||January 23, 1917||Current Distributing Apparatus
Bracket attached below the insulator to allow tie-off and running of multiple service wires from the same main power conductor
|KLAUBER, Laurence M.
CAVELL, Ray C.
|Service Drop||San Diego Consolidated Gas and Electric Co.|
|U||1,236,886||August 14, 1917||Insulator for Telegraph and Telephone Wires
Bracket composed of three grooved spool insulators arranged to allow the line wire to move horizontally to maintain the tautness of the line.
|SORENSEN, Arvid C.
|U||1,292,451||January 28, 1919||Line Wire Insulator
|U||1,326,307||December 30, 1919||Method of and Means for Supporting Electric Conductors
Rod type insulators used as suspension insulators for high voltage conductors.
|THOMAS, Percy H.
|U||1,474,256||November 13, 1923||Insulator
Special columnar insulators to support structure for a radio transmitter
|GODDARD, Walter T.
||Radio||Locke Insulator Corp.|
|U||1,683,109||September 4, 1928||Conductor Support
Bracket to hold strain insulators on a crossarm for deadending
|SNYDER, Edward B.
||Bracket||The Ohio Brass Co.|
|U||1,690,989||November 6, 1928||Multiple String Insulator Suspension
Suspensions made up of several strings of disks
|MARVIN, Richard H.
||Suspension||The R. Thomas & Sons Co.|
|U||1,740,641||December 24, 1929||Pole Top Pin for Multiple Construction
Steel bracket for pole top that supports insulator pin on side of pole when conductor is under stress
|AUSTIN, Arthur O.
||Bracket||The Ohio Brass Co.|
|U||1,806,170||May 19, 1931||Bracket and Dead-End Insulator
Double deadend bracket with two spool insulators.
|LAW, Stanley W.
|U||1,821,222||September 1, 1931||Insulator
Metal terminal mounted on outside of a secondary rack insulator or wireholder that is used to secure the deadend of the drop wire with the terminal making the connection to the wire leading into the building eliminating the need for soldering or other poor connection (see 1,821,221; 1,877,903; 1,914,436)
|KYLE, William D.
||Bracket/secondary Rack||Line Material Co.|
|U||1,954,592||April 10, 1934||Wire Support
|KLINGEL, Edward L.
|U||1,961,434||June 5, 1934||Adjustable Insulator Bracket
Odd bracket for two spools to hold line wire at varying angles when mounted in a tree with a lag screw
|SMEAD, Donald G.
|U||2,278,330||March 31, 1942||Multipost Line Insulator
Two post insulators joined together with elongated metal bottom cap
|MEYER, Edwin M.
||Insulator||Porcelain Products, Inc.|
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