|SELECT DISTINCT patent.*, YEAR(date) as year FROM patent WHERE (date >= '1909-00-00' AND date < '1910-00-00') ORDER BY date ASC, patent, type|
Total of 59 patents found where: Year is 1909
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|T / S||Patent||Date||Description||Patentee||Category||Assigned To|
|U||909,595||January 12, 1909||Screw Press to Form Insulators
Press for making insulators (see reissue 13,661 on 12-23-1913)
|HEMINGRAY, Ralph G.
|Press||Hemingray Glass Co.|
|U||909,935||January 19, 1909||Protected Insulator
|REA, John H. B.
|U||910,799||January 26, 1909||Insulator Pin
Pin (metal) split & bent on each end to hold thimble on pin & pin in crossarm
|EDMISTON, Samuel J.
|U||910,975||January 26, 1909||Cleat for Electric Wires
|VICKERS, Antrim L.
|U||911,429||February 2, 1909||Cleat for Electric Wires
Cleat - L shaped for curves
|U||911,864||February 9, 1909||Porcelain Cleat
|U||911,973||February 9, 1909||Insulating High-Voltage Transmission-Lines
Use of steel coil attached to insulator (instead of the conductor) to offer resistance to control lightning surge and protect the insulator
|GODDARD, Walter T.
||Lightning||The Locke Insulator Mfg. Co.|
|U||912,364||February 16, 1909||Insulator for Electrically Charges Wires
Tube for routing wires through wood with spring clip attached to the outside of the tube to prevent the tube from slipping out.
|CONRAD, Stonewall Jackson
|U||912,501||February 16, 1909||High Tension Insulator
Large covers for insulators to protect them from rain and thus reduce electrical leakage
|SODEN, John K.
|U||913,212||February 23, 1909||Insulator Mold
Plunger for press formed segmented threads in pinhole
|JOHNSON, Chauncey C.
||Plunger||9/20 to John Watson|
|U||913,439||February 23, 1909||Disk Insulator
Electrose pintype insulator with multiple parts and skirts
|U||914,837||March 9, 1909||Line Support
Tie wires wrapped around the neck of the insulator and clamped to the conductor on each end.
|HILLIARD, John D.
|U||915,330||March 16, 1909||Insulator and Wire Clamp
Self-tying twist lock type
|U||915,406||March 16, 1909||Insulator
BARTLEY, William O.
|R||12,934||April 6, 1909||Die for Forming Insulators
Press die for forming insulators (reissue of patent 838,727)
|LOCKE, Fred M.
|U||917,031||April 6, 1909||Insulator for High Tension transmission lines
Insulator with weakening grooves in top skirt
|EVELETH, Charles E.
||Insulator||General Electric Co.|
|U||917,207||April 6, 1909||Insulator
Knob with offset screw
|WEBER, JR., August
||Knob||August Weber, Sr.|
|U||917,501||April 6, 1909||Third Rail Insulator
Electrose third rail insulator.
|U||917,785||April 13, 1909||Insulating Support for High Tension Conductors
Suspension support system
|MERSHON, Ralph D.
|U||918,127||April 13, 1909||Insulator
miscellaneous - specially shaped crown slot to hold wire
|CLARK, Walter G.
|U||918,339||April 13, 1909||System for Insulation for High voltage Electric Conductors
|LOCKE, Fred M.
|U||918,905||April 20, 1909||Insulator
Clamp type with split ring and lag screw
|POND, Benjamin A.
|U||919,386||April 27, 1909||Insulator
Nail knob made by Cook Pottery Co. known as the ""Wedge"" for holding two wires (see article 7273)
|U||922,477||May 25, 1909||Electric Line Insulator
Self-tying with side grooves
|U||922,951||May 25, 1909||Third Rail Insulator
Conical shaped third rail insulator.
|RANDOLPH, Leonard M.
||Third Rail||Essex Co.|
|U||925,561||June 22, 1909||Suspension of High Tension Lines
Suspension system for high tension transmission
|BUCK, Harold W.
HEWLETT, Edward M.
|Suspension||General Electric Co.|
|U||925,864||June 22, 1909||Glass Furnace
Glass furnace designed to be tilted in order to pour out molten glass
|U||926,521||June 29, 1909||Method of Protecting Buildings from Lightning
Method of improving lightning protection by keeping the roof cool with air or water
|TOTTEN, Robert C.
||Lightning Rod System|
|U||926,906||July 6, 1909||Distributing Insulator Bracket
Bracket with spools for tying off drop lines
|STADERMANN, Albert L.
|U||927,186||July 6, 1909||High Potential Strain Insulator
Electrose strain insulator, specimen marked with this patent
|U||927,187||July 6, 1909||Insulator
Electrose disk insulator
|U||927,321||July 6, 1909||Insulator
Wire grooves undercut to hold wire
|BOND, John T.
|R||12,992||July 13, 1909||Manufacture of Spar Insulators
Feldspar insulator material (reissue of 907,155)
|LOCKE, Fred M.
|U||927,701||July 13, 1909||Insulator Support
Pin bracket (metal) for insulator on crossarm
||Pin||John Porter and Electric Service Supplies Co.|
|U||928,010||July 13, 1909||Cross Arm Fitting and Insulator Support
Steel bracket that fits and clamps around the crossarm, specimens manufactured by St. Louis Malleable Casting Co., St. Louis, MO
|WAY, Sylvester B.
|U||928,709||July 20, 1909||Insulator for Third Rails
Third rail insulator made of Electrose
|U||929,878||August 3, 1909||Insulator
|RANSON, Joseph W.
|U||930,141||August 3, 1909||Automatic Safety Device
A rotating metal member that catches a broken wire and shorts out the line effectively turning off the power before the line drops to the ground where it could have harmed someone coming in contact with the broken wire.
|BOURDIL, Francois Fernand
|U||930,527||August 10, 1909||Automatically Adjustable Strain Insulator House Fixture
Wireholder for strain service and attached to a house for a drop wire
|BURGE, Charles S.
|U||930,750||August 10, 1909||Insulator
Protective shield & splash preventor on pin under insulator
|GRAHAM, Charles M.
|U||930,751||August 10, 1909||Reinforced Wooden Support for Insulators
Splash preventor horizontal on pin under insulator
|GRAHAM, Charles M.
|U||931,480||August 17, 1909||Wire Bender
Hand tool to quickly bend tie-wire and secure it around the insulator.
|PRATT, John Sedgwick
|U||931,507||August 17, 1909||Insulator for Electric Wires
|SILER, Aaron V.
||Self-tying Miscellaneous||1/2 to Andrew Siler|
|U||932,523||August 31, 1909||Insulator for Third Rails
Third rail insulator.
|WEAVER, Eugene M.
|U||932,570||August 31, 1909||Supporting Pin for Insulators
Pin, metal mounted to side of pole
|PERRINE, Frederic A. C.
|U||934,352||September 14, 1909||Line Wire Connector
Tie wire clip (U.S. Army)
|PRATT, John Sedgwick
|U||934,463||September 21, 1909||Cleat for Electric Wires
Cleat for ceiling wires and fixtures
|RITTER, William F.
|U||934,930||September 21, 1909||Insulator Pressing Machine
Press for making porcelain insulators
|MCCANN, Thomas T.
|U||937,137||October 19, 1909||Machine for Producing Glass Insulators
Press for making glass insulators
|ZURN, Charles M.
|U||937,140||October 19, 1909||Non-detachable Insulator
Pin permanently fixed to the insulator via slotted pinhole
MACCALLUM, Alexander P.
|U||937,515||October 19, 1909||Insulator Pin
Pin (metal) with hollow threaded end
|DORFF, Conrad J.
|U||937,736||October 19, 1909||Insulator
Pin with spring to fit into threads
|DUMBOLTON, Perry S.
|U||937,984||October 26, 1909||Insulator Bracket
Bracket to mount insulator in mortar between bricks
|BROWN, Edward V.
||Bracket||1/2 to Adolph Day|
|U||938,137||October 26, 1909||Lightning Rod
Lightning rod coupling not made of copper but maintaining a copper contact
|GOETZ, Julius F.
||Lightning Rod Coupling|
|U||940,034||November 16, 1909||Wire-supporting Device
Tie wire clip
|LEADON, JR., John M.
|U||940,742||November 23, 1909||Water Retaining and Conveying Attachment for Cable Lightning Rods
Method of retaining water in the ground to aid in conducting the current to ground
|U||941,032||November 23, 1909||Process of Manufacturing Insulators
Press to mold and produce composition strain insulator
||Press||The Macallen Co.|
|U||942,086||December 7, 1909||Support and Insulator
Complicated insulator made of two plates of glass secured in a wooden box
|LINDSAY, Edward F.
|U||944,259||December 28, 1909||Insulator
|DENNLER, August G.
||Self-tying Miscellaneous||1/3 to William Quigg|
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