|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 = '24') AND (category.subclass = '115R') ORDER BY specimen DESC, date, patent, type|
Total of 10 patents found where: Class is '24'; Subclass is '115R';
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|T / S||Patent||Date||Description||Patentee||Category||Assigned To|
|U||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.)|
|U||1,621,530||March 22, 1927||Dead-Ending Clamp
Dead ending clamp for long span crossings
|FITZPATRICK, Paul G.
||Hardware||American Telegraph & Telephone Co.|
|U||303,877||August 19, 1884||Insulator Supporting Bracket for Electric Wires
Bracket to support insulator at corner or edge of building
|U||1,027,712||May 28, 1912||Insulator Supporting Device
Metal pin to clamp around metal crossarm with hinged side part
|ETTE, Charles G.
||Pin||Ette Investment Co.|
|U||1,042,199||October 22, 1912||Wire Clamp
Tie wire loop and lever
|CARROLL, Harry L.
|U||1,204,196||November 7, 1916||Adjustable Support for Insulators
Pin made of two parts and loop on one end to clamp the insulator.
|SCHULZ, Rudolf W.
|U||1,212,708||January 16, 1917||Wire Clamp
Cable clamp for Electrose suspension disks
|U||1,235,592||August 7, 1917||Device for Attaching Conductors to Insulators
Tie wire preformed in such a way to make attachment easier
||Tie Wire||Soc. H. Parra & Cie.|
|U||1,358,521||November 9, 1920||Device for Attaching Wires to Insulators
Tie wire using a double loop of wire
|CLARK, Robert L.
|U||1,760,786||May 27, 1930||Coupling for Insulators
Two part metal coupling to link Hewlett disks together
|SLEEMAN, Harold P.
||Suspension||The R. Thomas & Sons Co.|
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