Insulator Invention


Publication: The Atlanta Constitution

Atlanta, GA, United States
vol. 30, p. 19, col. 5


Insulators for telegraph and electric wires are now being made to hold the wire between two insulated jaws fastened by a thumbscrew instead of binding it on the glass insulators now in use by short pieces of wire.


Researcher notes: 
Supplemental information:This is most probably the patent pertaining to the subject insulator. Patent: 583,692 Patent granted to Edward Renault, Waldo, Florida.
Researcher:Glenn Drummond
Date completed:July 6, 2009 by: Glenn Drummond;