Patent Record; #795,520 & 795,521

[Trade Journal]

Publication: Western Electrician

Chicago, IL, United States
vol. 37, no. 6, p. 118, col. 1


ILLUSTRATED ELECTRICAL PATENT RECORD.

Issued (United States Patent Office) July 25, 1905.

795,520. Strain Insulator. John S. Lapp, Rochester, and Arthur S. Watts and Walter T. Goddard, Victor, N. Y., assignors to the Locke Insulator Manufacturing Company, Victor, N. Y. Application filed March 6, 1905.

The strain insulator comprises upper and lower flaring portions of insulating material connected by a body portion of insulating material to which the conductor is attached between the flaring portions. The insulator has an open lower end to receive the holding pin and a closed upper end and also a securing portion above the upper flaring portion. (See cut.)

 

795,521. Insulator. John S. Lapp, Rochester, N. Y., assignor to the Locke Insulator Manufacturing Company, Victor, N. Y. Application filed February 20, 1905.

A pinhole extends entirely through the insulator and comprises a piece having a tubular body, to which the conductor is attached, and an integral petticoat portion at one end. A separate annular petticoat piece bears against the opposite end of the tubular body portion and is secured thereto.

 

NO. 795,520.  STRAIN INSULATOR.
No. 795,520. Strain Insulator.

 

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Keywords:Locke Insulator Manufacturing Company
Researcher notes: 
Supplemental information: Patents: 795,520; 795,521
Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:March 21, 2009 by: Bob Stahr;