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T / S Patent Date Description Patentee Category Assigned To
 1931
U 1,815,598 July 21, 1931 Insulating Member for High Tension Construction
Wooden shaft with metal fittings to insulate guy wires on high voltage transmission poles
STROUP, Charles L.
Wood  
 1908
U 882,979 March 24, 1908 Strain Insulator
Wood strain insulator with metal caps on each end and special eye to receive a hook
TERRY, William C.
Strain The MacAllen Co.
 1916
U 1,171,267 February 8, 1916 Insulator for Electrically Charged Wires
Wall tube with metal gripping strip
SMITH, George R.
Wall Tube  
 1919
U 1,303,739 May 13, 1919 Lightning Rod
Tubular lightning rod with flat end that is folded around the conductor and secured with a screw
SWENSON, John S.
STEHLIK, Frank E.
Lightning Rod  
 1883
U 271,733 February 6, 1883 Tripod Standard for Lightning Rods
Tripod stand for lightning rod with brackets to hold the rod
PATEE, Theodorus H.
RIDGE, Thomas D.
Lightning Rod Theodorus H. Patee
 1913
U 1,061,311 May 13, 1913 Line Wire Fastener
Tie wire replacement consisting of a metal U that clips the wire and lever to tighten around the insulator
MORGAN, Arthur M.
Tie Wire  
 1915
U 1,140,603 May 25, 1915 Insulator Clamp
Tie wire clamp for multipart insulator that clamps around the crown and hold the cable in the top groove
LEE, William S.
Tie Wire  
 1922
U 1,429,110 September 12, 1922 Insulator
Suspension, special U-bolt links and hook for Hewlett disks
SEAVEY, Haller D.
Suspension Maxwell Engr & Mfg. Co.
 1927
U 1,645,447 October 11, 1927 Suspension Insulator
Suspension, method of cementing metal bolt using flexible thimble
PECK, John M.
Suspension The Porcelain Insulator Corp.
 1934
U 1,960,147 May 22, 1934 Insulator and Method of Treating It
Suspension, glass under cap is etched & treated with graphite
FULCHER, Gordon S.
Suspension Corning Glass Works
 1913
U 1,075,217 October 7, 1913 High Voltage Insulator
Suspension, cap design to allow easy connection using a spring-loaded clip
MAXWELL, Marshall P.
Suspension  
 1924
U 1,489,809 April 8, 1924 Insulator
Suspension with ribbed sheet metal in pin and cap for better adhesion of cement
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Suspension The Ohio Brass Co.
U 1,490,080 April 15, 1924 Insulator
Suspension with ribbed pin and cap & notched cap for better adhesion of cement
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Suspension The Ohio Brass Co.
 1910
U Specimen known 947,274 January 25, 1910 Suspension Device for Insulators
Suspension with ball and socket coupling
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Suspension The Akron Hi-Potential Porcelain Co.
 1911
U 1,006,040 October 17, 1911 Insulator
Suspension using multiple parts connected with a cable
ALSBERG, Julius
Suspension  
 1891
U 448,395 March 17, 1891 Insulator
Suspension type (2-part wooden) for trolley wires
WHEELER, George K.
Suspension  
 1916
U 1,206,158 November 28, 1916 Safety Strain Insulator
Suspension made of Electrose with special interlocking links
STEINBERGER, Louis
Suspension  
 1917
U 1,228,711 June 5, 1917 Connecting Device for Chain-Type Insulators
Suspension link coupling
STEINBERGER, Louis
Suspension  
 1910
U 974,177 November 1, 1910 Insulator for High Tension transmission systems
Suspension insulator with yieldable slugs to distribute strain pressure
NOEGGERATH, Jakob E.
Suspension General Electric Co.
 1931
U 1,819,380 August 18, 1931 Insulator Connection
Suspension insulator cap and pin that can be locked in securely
OSBORNE, David H.
Suspension Locke Insulator Corp.
 1927
U 1,645,266 October 11, 1927 Insulator Connector
Suspension disk pin connector and shield around it to compensate for electrostatic field
WAHLBERG, Nils A.
Suspension Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.
 1929
U Specimen known 1,716,963 June 11, 1929 Insulator
Suspension coupling device (see 1,329,770)
JOHNSTON, Robert M.
Suspension Jeffery-Dewitt Co.
 1919
U 1,305,712 June 3, 1919 Insulator Cap
Suspension cap to receive hook with pin to fin in cap
GODDARD, Walter T.
Suspension  
 1918
U Specimen known 1,284,974 November 19, 1918 Strain Insulator
Strain, guy insulator attachment
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Strain The Ohio Brass Co.
 1892
U 488,046 December 13, 1892 Insulator
Strain type
WIRT, Charles
Strain  
 1912
U 1,028,104 June 4, 1912 Strain Insulator
Strain type
FLETCHER, Olive L.
Strain The Peru Electric Mfg. Co.
 1925
U 1,555,289 September 29, 1925 Insulator
Strain insulator connecting hardware
JACKSON, Ray P.
Strain Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.
 1952
U 2,592,698 April 15, 1952 Insulator Supporting Pin and Cob
Steel pin with threaded cob made of cellulose acetate butyrate molded into threads (see reissue 23,885 on 10-5-1954)
HUBBARD, David C.
Pin A. B. Chance Co.
 1954
R 23,885 October 5, 1954 Insulator Supporting Pin and Cob
Steel pin with threaded cob made of cellulose acetate butyrate molded into threads (reissue of 2,592,698)
HUBBARD, David C.
Pin A. B. Chance Co.
 1921
U 1,385,638 July 26, 1921 Supporting Bracket
Steel pin with lag screw and spring for threads
MILLER, Charles E.
Pin  
 1937
U 2,082,566 June 1, 1937 Connector
Steel connector for strain, suspensions, and other insulators
BERNDT, Arthur A.
Connector Electroline Corp.
 1880
U 231,203 August 17, 1880 Lightning Rod Coupling
Screw coupling for ""star"" rods
WESTON, James H.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1910
U 946,722 January 18, 1910 Insulator Clamp
Replacement for a tie wire consisting of a curved or looped bolt and metal strap to bolt on the insulator and clamp the line wire securely
CLARK, Walter G.
Tie Wire  
 1908
U 906,787 December 15, 1908 Insulator Pin
Pin, metal with wood cob and flange to nail to crossarm
ETTE, Charles G.
Pin Ette Investment Co.
 1914
U Specimen known 1,094,852 April 28, 1914 Insulator Pin
Pin, metal flanged to fit crossarm and interior bolt for attachment to thimble
HECHT, Julius L.
GAPEN, Jotham C.
Pin 1/2 to Electric Service Supplies Co.
 1908
U 883,823 April 7, 1908 Insulator Support
Pin with coiled spring for threads
PEIRCE, JR., Charles L.
Pin Peirce Specialty Co.
 1909
U 937,140 October 19, 1909 Non-detachable Insulator
Pin permanently fixed to the insulator via slotted pinhole
BARTLETT, Harry
MACCALLUM, Alexander P.
Pin  
 1870
U Specimen known 105,834 July 26, 1870 Improvement in Telegraph Insulators
Pin hole tapered with grooves to receive wedged, split-end pin
OAKMAN, Samuel
Pin  
 1904
U 775,812 November 22, 1904 Insulator Support
Pin design made from sheet metal with partial threads on one side
FAIRBANKS, Ernest Hayward
Pin  
 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.
 1929
U 1,712,900 May 14, 1929 Method of Making Forged Insulator Caps
Method to manufacture steel cap for suspension disks
OSBORNE, David H.
Manufacturing Locke Insulator Corp.
 1909
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
SIMPSON, Harvey
Lightning Rod  
 1883
U 278,028 May 22, 1883 Lightning Rod
Method of connecting flanged or ribbed lightning rods
LOBDELL, Augustus C.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1916
U 1,173,418 February 29, 1916 Pole Cross-Arm
Metal pole crossarm with curved bracket that can be bolted to the pole
ETTE, Charles G.
Crossarm St. Louis Malleable Casting Co.
 1951
U 2,564,340 August 14, 1951 Clamp for Electrical Conductors
Metal clamp to secure the conductor to the bottom of the string of suspension insulators
OSBORNE, David H.
Suspension Porcelain Insulator Co.
 1930
U 1,776,795 September 30, 1930 Coupling for Wires and Cables
Metal cap for suspension insulator with cotter pin to prevent the pin from slipping out of the cap.
OSBORNE, David Henry
Suspension Electric Service Supplies Co.
 1905
U 804,630 November 14, 1905 Support for Pole Crossarms
Metal bracket to attach a wooden crossarm to the pole and to prevent the crossarm from moving up or down from horizontal and eliminate the need to mortise the pole.
SHORT, Edward C.
Crossarm  
 1868
U 78,459 June 2, 1868 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Means of connecting tubular lightning rods and supporting with rubber brackets
KIRTLAND, George
Lightning Rod Coupling S. Smith
 1879
U 215,516 May 20, 1879 Improvement in Devices for Attaching Plungers to Glass Presses
Means of attaching a plunger to a glass press using a chuck. (This is known as the ""Gill Chuck"" and may have been used in insulator production, it is not known if Gill was employed by Hemingray at the time of this patent.)
GILL, James G.
Plunger  
 1924
U 1,508,158 September 9, 1924 Coupling for Insulators
Links to connect Hewlett suspension disks
BOWER, George W.
Suspension General Electric Co.
 1935
U 1,998,406 April 16, 1935 Insulator Suspension Hardware
Links for Hewlett type suspension disks
GOUVERNEUR, Minor F. H.
Suspension Locke Insulator Corp.
 1921
U 1,393,330 October 11, 1921 Electrical Insulator
Links for Hewlett suspension disks (see 1,110,934)
WELCH, Walter J.
TRACY, Atlee H.
Suspension H. M. Byllesby & Co.
U 1,375,974 April 26, 1921 Insulator Connector
Links for Hewlett suspension disks
PIERCE, Henry T.
MCPHEE, Angus D.
Suspension General Electric Co.
 1928
U 1,657,924 January 31, 1928 Chain Link for Insulators
Link for Hewlett suspension insulator
GOUVERNEUR, Minor F. H.
GOUVERNEUR, Fairfax H.
Suspension Locke Insulator Corp.
 1923
U 1,458,811 June 12, 1923 Insulator Connector
Link for Hewlett suspension disk (see 1,633,399)
ECKERT, Grandon E.
Suspension The R. Thomas & Sons Co.
 1927
U 1,633,399 June 21, 1927 Insulator Fitting
Link for Hewlett suspension disk (see 1,458,811)
ECKERT, Grandon E.
Suspension The R. Thomas & Sons Co.
 1931
U 1,831,765 November 10, 1931 Insulator Link Connector
Link for Hewlett suspension disk
GOUVERNEUR, Minor F. H.
Link Locke Insulator Corp.
 1917
U 1,212,707 January 16, 1917 Detachable Connection for Chain Links
Link connectors for Electrose suspension disks
STEINBERGER, Louis
Suspension  
 1871
U 120,251 October 24, 1871 Improvement in Lightning Rod Couplings
Lightning rods with interconnecting couplings
DEMOREST, David W.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
U 113,530 April 11, 1871 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rods connected with a tubular metal dowel
KING, Lewis
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1873
U 143,862 October 21, 1873 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod with twisted flanges that is split on the ends where it fits snugly with the split in the adjoining rod with said joint secured with metal pins
WHITE, Joseph J.
Lightning Rod  
 1876
U 173,963 February 22, 1876 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod with solid supporting rod fitted inside and screwed into the rod coupling on each end
JOHNSON, Isaac
PRICE, David A.
Lightning Rod Reyburn, Hunter & Co.
 1915
U 1,128,261 February 9, 1915 Lightning Rod High Top
Lightning rod tripod attached to peak of roof and Y-connection for rod to conductor
SWENSON, John S.
Lightning Rod Electra Lightning Rod Co.
 1893
U 510,837 December 12, 1893 Lightning Rod Ornament
Lightning rod ornamental ball with bushing to secure the ball around the rod
COLE, John J.
Lightning Rod Ornament  
 1868
U 74,406 February 11, 1868 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made with twists and folds
MUNSON, David
Lightning Rod  
 1877
U 196,235 October 16, 1877 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made with a spirally fluted tubular core with one or more smaller tubular wires wrapped around in the fluted depressions with coupling having a male thread on each end to screw into end of rod which has female threads
KNAPP, George S.
Lightning Rod  
 1927
U 1,625,266 April 19, 1927 Rod Coupling
Lightning rod made solid with parallel fins and connected by coupling with matching male and female threads crimped over the ends of the rod sections
MAST, Charles O.
Lightning Rod Coupling Mast Lightning Rod Co.
 1874
U 152,153 June 16, 1874 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made of sheet metal rolled to form four tubular sections with two of the tubes fitted with dowell pins to connect the rod sections
MOTT, John M.
Lightning Rod  
 1858
U 19,819 March 30, 1858 Improvement in Lightning Conductors
Lightning rod made of iron wires wrapped with copper sheets
WHITE, Oren
Lightning Rod Henry C. Janes
 1867
U 61,741 February 5, 1867 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made from an iron rod with grooves and strips of copper slid into the grooves to make ribs
JILLSON, Clark
Lightning Rod  
 1872
U 124,264 March 5, 1872 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made by fastening two metal strips together by indentation, opening to form a star shape, and twising
GOODWIN, Frederick O.
Lightning Rod 1/2 to Frank Goodwin
 1879
U 214,545 April 22, 1879 Improvement in Lightning Rod Couplings
Lightning rod coupling with one tapered end to fit snugly in the other end (see reissue 9,145)
BACON, Elmore C.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1931
U 1,808,595 June 2, 1931 Lightning Rod Coupler
Lightning rod coupling with either male or female threads that is square and fits over and crimped to end of rods
CRIPE, Earnest C.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1871
U 119,323 September 26, 1871 Improvement in Lightning Rod Connections
Lightning rod coupling using a round metal disk with radial threaded holes
CODINGTON, Ayres
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1915
U 1,140,052 May 18, 1915 Coupling for Sectional Rods
Lightning rod coupling the fits over spiralled rods and crimps tight against the end and screws to other couplings (see 1,558,268)
MAST, Louis L.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1925
U 1,558,268 October 20, 1925 Coupling for Sectional Rods
Lightning rod coupling the fits over spiralled rods and crimps tight against the end and screws to other couplings (see 1,140,052)
MAST, Louis L.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1909
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  
 1879
U 214,558 April 22, 1879 Improvement in Lightning Rod Couplings
Lightning rod coupling made by inserting a tenon on the ends of rod sections, driving a non-corrosive male threaded thimble on the tenon, and screwing the ends of adjoing rods into a collar coupling
FRITSCH, Joseph W.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1913
U 1,070,948 August 19, 1913 Cable and Tube Coupling
Lightning rod coupling formed from sheet metal with flaps that fold over the conductor
DODD, Thomas W.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1919
U 1,313,391 August 19, 1919 Lightning Rod Coupling
Lightning rod coupling for spiralled ""star"" shaped lightning rods to allow the ends to be screwed together
KRETZER, Sidney D.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1907
U 873,154 December 10, 1907 Two Male T
Lightning rod ""T"" coupling
MILLER, George A.
Lightning Rod Coupling St. Louis Lightning Rod Co.
 1910
U 964,297 July 12, 1910 Lightning Rod Upright
Lightning attached to conductor with bracket formed out of sheet metal and bolted to rod
MOORE, George J.
Lightning Rod  
 1865
U 49,633 August 29, 1865 Joints of Lightning Rods
Joint or coupling for tubular lightning rod that slips over the rod and secured with a screw
KING, L.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1882
U 266,075 October 17, 1882 Lightning Rod Joint or Coupling
Internal coupling for hollow lightning rods that can be pinned to the rod
BALL, Charles E.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1894
U 529,866 November 27, 1894 Ornament for Lightning Rods
Inexpensive lightning rod ornament in the method of construction of a weathervane
KEYS, Charles F.
Weathervane  
 1914
U 1,112,634 October 6, 1914 Lightning Conductor
Improvement of a previous application (see 1,119,973) by inserting a metallic disc in the coupling to aid in conduction through the coupling
MAST, Louis L.
Lightning Rod Delbert H. Mast
 1880
R 9,484 November 30, 1880 Telegraph Insulator
Hook with metal case secured to crossarm (see 75,889)
FINN, John L.
Hook Amzi S. Dodd and Chinnock Electric Co.
 1892
U 470,514 March 8, 1892 Lightning Conductor
Hollow conductor rod with slip fittings
SIMPSON, Harvey
Lightning Rod  
 1953
U 2,625,581 January 13, 1953 Guy Insulator
Heavy duty guy strain insulator
JENNER, Ralph L.
FIERO, Carl D.
Strain Lapp Insulator Co., Inc.
 1950
U 2,510,182 June 6, 1950 Wire Support
Guy strain with preformed attachment and line wire is brought in through the center and secured by wrapping around the external grooved ribs.
KLINGEL, Edward L.
Strain  
 1916
U 1,169,011 January 18, 1916 Insulator
Glass insulator with internal reinforcement for strength
COOK, Harry A.
Glass  
 1905
U 786,691 April 4, 1905 Strain
Electrose strain (Brown p. 69)
STEINBERGER, Louis
Electrose  
 1952
U Specimen known 2,609,418 September 2, 1952 Adjustably Mounted Insulator Assembly
Electric fence insulator with hexagon head used with metal mounting bracket (see patent 2,756,958)
BINNS, Jack N.
DUGLE, Thomas E.
ALT, Alvin F.
Electric Fence  
 1927
U Specimen known 1,621,530 March 22, 1927 Dead-Ending Clamp
Dead ending clamp for long span crossings
FITZPATRICK, Paul G.
Hardware American Telegraph & Telephone Co.
 1895
U 550,673 December 3, 1895 Crossover Insulator
Crossover knob
BERON, Frank G.
Crossover 1/2 to James Gaffney
 1889
U 406,681 July 9, 1889 Lightning Rod
Coupling with flat resilent spring between the sections
WATTS, John Henry Charles
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1874
U 152,242 June 23, 1874 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Coupling to make T-connections for lightning rods
MOTT, John M.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1876
U 185,272 December 12, 1876 Improvement in Couplings for Applying Weather Vane Pointers to Lightning Rods, &c.
Coupling to attach weather vane to the lightning rod
WESTON, James H.
Weathervane  
 1877
U 186,503 January 23, 1877 Improvement in Lightning Rod Connector Clips
Coupling or connector clip composed of flat metal bent around the adjoining rod with external threads formed on the end so the rod can be screwed onto the clip
SHOOK, Albert
Lightning Rod Coupling  
U 186,877 January 30, 1877 Improvement in Lightning Rod Couplings
Coupling made with square socket that is crimped over end of lightning rod and has threaded bolt end to screw into next section
REYBURN, William S.
MARTIN, Frederick J.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1876
U 173,962 February 22, 1876 Improvement in Couplings for Tubing and Lightning Rods
Coupling made of a short hollow piece placed inside both ends of the rod and crimped down through the rod ends to secure the sections
JOHNSON, Isaac
Lightning Rod Coupling Reyburn, Hunter & Co.
 1882
U 258,590 May 30, 1882 Coupling for Lightning Rods
Coupling made in a hollow metal box that can be crimped during installation to fit around the spiralling sides of the lightning rod
MUNN, William B.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1876
U 183,425 October 17, 1876 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Coupling for twisted sheet metal lightning rod composed of hollow end to fit over end of rod and pinned to rod with matching threaded end so coupling parts can be screwed together
SMITH, Charles H.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
U 183,426 October 17, 1876 Improvement in Lightning Rod Connections
Coupling for twisted sheet metal lightning rod composed of hollow end to fit over end of rod and crimped to secure to rod with matching threaded end so coupling parts can be screwed together
SMITH, Charles H.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1877
U 192,718 July 3, 1877 Improvement in Couplings for Lightning Rods
Coupling for tubular lightning rods with male and female parts allowing the ends to be screwed together
SMITH, Charles H.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1871
U 113,869 April 18, 1871 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Coupling for tubular lightning rods made of a lap or scarf joint
GAYLORD, Albert A.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1884
U 305,140 September 16, 1884 Lightning Rod Coupling
Coupling for tubular lightning rods
BRADLEY, Sylvester
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1882
U 257,889 May 16, 1882 Lightning Rod Coupling
Coupling for spiraling lightning rods that is strong and can be screwed together
PATEE, Theodorus H.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
U 257,890 May 16, 1882 Lightning Rod Coupling
Coupling for spiraling lightning rods that is strong and can be screwed together
PATEE, Theodorus H.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
U 257,891 May 16, 1882 Lightning Rod Coupling
Coupling for spiraling lightning rods that is strong and can be screwed together
PATEE, Theodorus H.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1883
U 287,286 October 23, 1883 Lightning Rod Joint
Coupling for spiraling lightning rods that is an internally threaded collar so each end of the rod can be screwed into the coupling
HEWITT, William
Lightning Rod Coupling  
U 282,562 August 7, 1883 Lightning Rod
Coupling for spiraling lightning rods that can be crimped over the ends of the rod to fit securely with the ribs of the rod
PATEE, Theodorus H.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
U 287,929 November 6, 1883 Lightning Rod Coupling
Coupling for spiraling lightning rods such that each end of the rod is screwed into the other
HEWITT, William
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1884
U 297,290 April 22, 1884 Coupling for Lightning Rods
Coupling for spiraling lightning rods such that each end of the rod is screwed into the other
PATEE, Theodorus H.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1915
U 1,163,181 December 7, 1915 Lightning Rod Coupling
Coupling for spiral ""star"" shaped lightning rods (see 297,290)
SCHMITT, Eugene A.
Lightning Rod Coupling Cole Brothers Lightning Rod Co.
 1869
U 90,578 May 25, 1869 Improvement in Lightning Rod Couplings
Coupling for lightning rods where the ends can be screwed together (see reissue 8,304)
REYBURN, William S.
HUNTER, Edmund A. W.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1878
R 8,304 June 25, 1878 Improvement in Couplings for Lightning Rods
Coupling for lightning rods where the ends can be screwed together (see 90,578)
REYBURN, William S.
HUNTER, Edmund A. W.
Lightning Rod Coupling 1/2 of Hunter's right to Byron P. Moulton
 1887
U 373,407 November 15, 1887 Interlocking Coupling for Lightning Rods
Coupling for lightning rods the interlocks with slots and projections on each end of the rod sections
KRESS, George R.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1879
U 211,847 February 4, 1879 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Coupling for lightning rods that is larger diameter than rod and supplied with male and female threads
HEWITT, John
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1888
U 375,756 January 3, 1888 Lightning Rod
Coupling for lightning rods that allows each section to be screwed together
LAWSHE, Spencer R.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1915
U 1,162,855 December 7, 1915 Lightning Rod
Coupling for lightning rods and conductors whether hollow or cable design
GOETZ, Julius F.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1879
U 211,441 January 14, 1879 Improvement in Lightning Rod Couplings
Coupling for lightning rod that is cast in iron on the ends of the rods and provided with male and female threaded ends
TURNER, Edward S.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1875
U 170,377 November 23, 1875 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Coupling for hollow lightning rods composed of a hollow indented plug that fits into indentions in the rod ends
JOHNSON, Isaac
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1886
U 344,096 June 22, 1886 Coupling for Lightning Rods
Coupling for four-pointed twisted lightning rods
FLOY, Edward A.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1889
U 395,399 January 1, 1889 Lightning Rod
Coupling for four-pointed lightning rods
MAST, Louis L.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1877
U 189,298 April 10, 1877 Improvement in Couplings for Lightning Rods
Coupling for corrugated or fluted lightning rods of same shape fitted over the ends of the rods and riveted
BRADLEY, Lucien
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1916
U 1,181,399 May 2, 1916 Lightning Rod Connecting Clamp
Coupling for connecting lightning rods to conductor which clamps around both ends
MCCULLOUGH, William H.
Lightning Rod Coupling J. W. Moorehead, Rayburn Hunter & Co.
 1889
U 400,464 April 2, 1889 Lightning Rod and Coupling
Coupling burr with serrated ends that interlock with the rod sections
LAWSHE, Spencer R.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1894
U 518,793 April 24, 1894 Lightning Rod and Coupling
Couple with internal threads to screw sections together
SMITH, John W.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1923
U 1,441,990 January 9, 1923 Insulator Connector
Connector for the U-bolt links for Hewlett suspension disk
MARVIN, Richard H.
Suspension The R. Thomas & Sons Co.
 1914
U 1,119,973 December 8, 1914 Lightning Conductor
Conductor composed of a strong metal core covered with a sheath of copper to form a ""star"" shaped lightning rod
MAST, Louis L.
Lightning Rod Delbert H. Mast
U 1,100,859 June 23, 1914 Line Wire Fastener
Complicated tie wire replacement with cam lever on each side of the insulator to pull the tie wire tight
WISEMAN, Thomas A.
Tie Wire 1/2 to Robert T. Wiseman
 1912
U 1,015,513 January 23, 1912 Wire Tie
Complex replacement for tie wire consisting of metal U that wraps around the insulator, clamps to the line wire in the center, and clamps on each end of the U to attach to the line wire
SANDERS, John J.
Tie Wire  
 1895
U 536,684 April 2, 1895 Self-Locking Cleat for Electric Wiring
Cleat - self-tying
CREAGER, Frank O.
Cleat  
 1893
U Specimen known 505,215 September 19, 1893 Cleat for Holding a Plurality of Insulated Electric Wires
Cleat (3-wire) - 2 piece known as the B & D cleat for Buffinton and Dow
BUFFINTON, Elisha W.
Cleat 1/2 to Albert F. Dow
U Specimen known 508,687 November 14, 1893 Cleat for Electric Wiring
Cleat (2-wire) - 2 piece
DUGGAN, Frederic A.
Cleat  
 1912
U 1,040,620 October 8, 1912 Insulator Clamp
Clamp, metal to secure conductor to insulator
CLARK, Walter G.
Clamp  
 1906
U 830,572 September 11, 1906 Clamp for Electrical Conductors
Clamp to connect the ends of conductors (also Canadian patent 104766, April 16, 1907)
CUTTER, Scott C.
Clamp  
 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.
 1867
U Specimen known 64,654 May 14, 1867 Improvement in Insulators
CD 732.2, threadless insulator with enlarged chamber for slotted pin (CJ 6-93-12)
FLOYD, George
Insulator  
 1944
U 2,352,151 June 20, 1944 Insulator
CD 1030; Wireholder made of glass with detachable, interchangeable mounting pins
HOLMES, Minot K.
Wireholder Owens-Illinois Glass Co.
 1918
U Specimen known 1,257,135 February 19, 1918 Guying-Pole
Cast iron member with three lugs for threadhing through guy cable on either side of the guy strain insulator which eliminates the need for clamps and is easier to install.
SHULL, Frederick G.
DE RIGHT, Elon J.
Guy Strain (marketed by the Shull Boltless Clamp Corp.)
 1921
U 1,378,667 May 17, 1921 Cable Clamp
Cable clamp to hold the conductor under the insulator.
ECKERT, Grandon E.
Clamp The R. Thomas & Sons Co.
 1908
U 887,896 May 19, 1908 Tie Wire Clamp
Cable clamp to hold conductor in top groove of insulator consisting of two flat metal strips with eyelets on each end to receive the cable clamp
WRIGLEY, George
Cable Clamp  
 1917
U 1,212,708 January 16, 1917 Wire Clamp
Cable clamp for Electrose suspension disks
STEINBERGER, Louis
Suspension  
 1942
U 2,300,674 November 3, 1942 Secondary Rack
Bracket for wireholders or rack spools. Each insulator bracket is easily connected or attached to the supporting bracket.
JOHNS, George McDonald
RICHARD, Thomas T.
Bracket/wireholder Smith-Johns Inc.
 1931
U 1,794,934 March 3, 1931 Insulator Connector
Bracket for strain insulator
WALBERG, Nils A.
Bracket Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.
 1910
U 945,213 January 4, 1910 Insulator Clamp
Bracket for pin that clamps around crossarm
BLACKBURN, Jasper
Bracket  
 1918
U 1,271,596 July 9, 1918 Insulator Support
Bracket for knobs
MAYER, Walter S.
Bracket Electric Service Supplies Co.
 1921
U 1,398,937 November 29, 1921 Suspension Insulator
A suspension insulator with pressed on metal cap and special pin that does not require cement.
CAROLUS, Max
Suspension  

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