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T / S Patent Date Description Patentee Category Assigned To
 1864
U 41,157 January 5, 1864 Improvement in Insulators for Telegraph Wires
Earthenware (terra-cotta) insulator to hold 3 to 7 wires
HOLLAND, James
Earthenware  
 1872
U 124,200 March 5, 1872 Improvement in Telegraph Insulators
Earthenware insulator soaked in mix of wax and rosin then in petroleum
FARMER, Moses G.
Earthenware  
 1892
U Specimen known 476,813 June 14, 1892 Porcelain Insulator
U-141, pin type insulator with cemented metal thimble. Patent was owned by Pass & Seymour.
PASS, James
SEYMOUR, Albert P.
Insulator  
 1897
U 589,256 August 31, 1897 Process of Making Insulating Material
Composition insulator made of paper pulp saturated with sulfur
GRAY, John
CASE, Charles H.
Composition  
 1898
U Specimen known 600,475 March 8, 1898 Electrical Insulator and Method of Making Same
Multiple thin porcelain shells fused together with glaze, ""glaze-filling"" method, U-928 & U-928A. (see patent 601,195) (see patent gb1898-0006235) Patent was owned by the R. Thomas & Sons Co.
BOCH, John W.
Insulator  
U Specimen known 601,195 March 22, 1898 High Potential Insulator
Inner skirt extending down to the crossarm or through the crossarm to prevent arcing from the petticoat edges to the pin, U-944. (see patent 600,475) (see patent gb1898-0006235)
BOCH, John W.
Insulator The R. Thomas & Sons Co.
 1902
U Specimen known 702,660 June 17, 1902 Process of Making Insulators
Glazewelding (Boch variation) with extra glaze to leave air space, biscuit fired, then glaze
LOCKE, Fred M.
Glazeweld  
U Specimen known 702,661 June 17, 1902 Insulator and Process of Manufacturing Same
Glazewelding (Boch variation) vitrified shells, pour molten glaze, then cool
LOCKE, Fred M.
Glazeweld  
 1907
U 868,122 October 15, 1907 Electric Insulator
Multipart with glass skirt and two-piece head similar to Locke 25
POINAN, Francis J.
Multipart  
 1909
U 941,032 November 23, 1909 Process of Manufacturing Insulators
Press to mold and produce composition strain insulator
MCCARTHY, Louis
Press The Macallen Co.
 1915
U 1,128,747 February 16, 1915 Method of Manufacturing Porcelain Insulators
Manufacturing process for porcelain insulator firing unglazed, then filling porous porcelain with oxidizable oil and rendering the oil stable with ozone to form a coating to replace expense of firing on a glaze
BOEHM, Wilhelm
Manufacturing  
U 1,164,739 December 21, 1915 Method of Making Insulating Devices
Manufacturing technique to make long bushings with petticoats by stacking them on a fired core and fusing the petticoats to the core
MERSHON, Ralph D.
Manufacturing  
 1916
U 1,170,287 February 1, 1916 Method of Making Insulators
Suspension cementing method (high temp and humidity)
LAPP, John S.
Suspension Locke Insulator Mfg. Co.
 1917
U 1,251,013 December 25, 1917 Insulator Joint
Multipart without cement held by adjoining metal bands
GODDARD, Walter T.
Multipart  
 1918
U Specimen known 1,284,975 November 19, 1918 Sanded Insulator and Method of Making Same
Multipart and suspension sanded joints (see 1,536,749)
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Multipart The Ohio Brass Co.
U Specimen known 1,284,976 November 19, 1918 Insulator
Multipart and suspension cemented metal part designs
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Multipart The Ohio Brass Co.
 1919
U 1,291,713 January 21, 1919 Separable Part Insulator
Multipart (& suspension) with cemented, threaded metal shells screwed together
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Multipart The Ohio Brass Co.
 1920
U Specimen known 1,360,352 November 30, 1920 Insulator
Suspension sanded under cap and pin to improve cement adhesion
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Suspension The Ohio Brass Co.
U 1,360,896 November 30, 1920 Cemented Insulator
Multipart cementing procedure evacuate air from cement, coat with tar
CREIGHTON, Elmer
Multipart General Electric Co.
 1922
U 1,426,421 August 22, 1922 Condenser Cemented Sectional Insulator
Multipart using metallic cement and metal sheath covering skirts
SONNEBORN, Sol S.
Multipart Hopewell Insulation & Mfg. Co.
 1923
U 1,456,960 May 29, 1923 Joint for Articles of Ceramic and Similar Materials and Method of Producing Same
Multipart joined by sand, glaze-welding and/or differential shrinkage
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Multipart The Ohio Brass Co.
 1924
U 1,489,690 April 8, 1924 Insulator and Method of Assembling the Same
Suspension with sanded joints & soft coating for better adhesion of cement
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Suspension The Ohio Brass Co.
U 1,501,107 July 15, 1924 Method of Connecting Insulator Parts
Method of making a cement impervious to water
GOUVERNEUR, Minor F. H.
Cement Locke Insulator Corp.
 1925
U 1,544,148 June 30, 1925 Method of Connecting Insulators
Multipart, method of cementing sections with solder
GOUVERNEUR, Minor F. H.
Multipart Locke Insulator Corp.
U 1,556,029 October 6, 1925 Method of Connecting Insulator Units
Suspension, card used to keep cement off top surface around cap
REAGAN, Frank H.
Suspension Locke Insulator Corp.
U 1,558,498 October 27, 1925 Method of Making Insulators
Multipart, cementing of sections (see Pinco catalog page 3)
PECK, John M.
BENNETT, Cornelius Van Dyke
RYAN, James W.
Multipart The Porcelain Insulator Corp.
U 1,558,499 October 27, 1925 Insulator Construction
Multipart cementing of sections using resilient cement and non-resilient cement
PECK, John M.
Multipart The Porcelain Insulator Corp.
 1926
U 1,590,457 June 29, 1926 Method of Testing Insulators
Manufacturing method of cutting a plastic insulator body to inspect it internally then put the parts back together before drying and firing
VAUPEL, Albert
Manufacturing Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.
U 1,609,598 December 7, 1926 Process of Assembling Insulator Parts
Cementing method in that the cement is cured in a bath of heated water
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Cement The Ohio Brass Co.
 1927
U 1,647,695 November 1, 1927 Method of Assembling Insulators
Manufacturing method of using adhesive to hold shells together before injecting cement and sealing edges of the cured cement joint
HAWLEY, Kent Allen
Manufacturing Locke Insulator Corp.
 1928
U 1,672,059 June 5, 1928 Insulator
Multipart cement joint with alternating elastic bands & coated surfaces
COOK, William S.
Multipart  
 1930
U 1,742,625 January 7, 1930 Process of Uniting by Sealing the Insulating Parts of High Tension Insulators
Cement of rubber used to cement multipart insulator
WECKERLE, Ferdinand
Cement Studiengesellschaft Fuer Wirtschaft U. Industrie, M. B. H.

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