Abstract: The present invention relates to a method for producing an adhesive tape (2). The adhesive tape (2) possesses a tapelike carrier (3) and at least one strip (4; 4a, 4b) of adhesive which is applied to the carrier (3) on at least one side. Here, first of all, a carrier web (1), coming from a supply unit (7), is supplied to at least one coating unit (9, 10). The coating unit (9, 10) then generates the at least one strip (4; 4a, 4b) of adhesive on the carrier web (1) in its longitudinal extent, by carrying out coating with an adhesive. Lastly, the carrier web (1) is slit in the longitudinal direction into the individual adhesive tapes (2); the two last-mentioned method steps may also be run in the opposite order.
August 17, 2012
Date of Patent:
December 29, 2015
certoplast VORWERK & SOHN GMBH
Thorsten Meier, Peter Rambusch, Kay Ruhnau
Abstract: The present invention relates to an adhesive tape, in particular a wrapping tape for bundling cables (1) in automobiles. The basic design comprises a tape-shaped carrier (3) and at least one adhesive strip (4; 4a, 4b) that is applied to at least one side of the carrier (9). According to the invention, the adhesive strip (4; 4a, 4b) covers between 20% and 50% of the area of the associated carrier side (3a, 3b).
Abstract: The invention relates to the use of cross-linked rubber masses as a one-sided or double-sided adhesive coating on a strip-type carrier, for the production of a self-adhesive strip for grouping cables in motor vehicles. According to the invention, a cross-linking agent is added to the rubber mass as a photoinitiator.
Abstract: A bearing has an elastic bearing element and envelops a vehicle wheel suspension stabilizer. The elastic bearing element with an inner sleeve is disposed on the stabilizer. The bearing element can be connected in a rotationally secure manner to the stabilizer by corresponding locking elements between the inner sleeve and the stabilizer.
April 16, 2001
Date of Patent:
February 25, 2003
Dr. Ing. h.c.F. Porsche AG, Vorwerk & Sohn GmbH & Co. KG
Stefan Wiesemann, Norbert Schote, Hartwig Naploszek, Thomas Geisler
Abstract: An emergency operation ring for tubeless pneumatic tires on motor vehicles made of an elastomeric material and mounted on a rim by means of axial clamping pressure. Two support sections extend diagonally upwards and outwards from the base section and define a circumferential channel. The support sections have step shaped outer flanks set back with respect to the base section. At least one circumferential groove is provided contiguous the circumferential channel, and slipping agent is positioned in the groove or grooves. Sealing lips close off the groove and slipping agent when the tire is intact. The wheel load working on the support sections at the beginning of an emergency operation brings the sealing lips into an open position, whereby the slipping agent is released and lubricates the surfaces of the pneumatic tire and the emergency operation ring in contact with each other.
Abstract: The invention relates to an emergency running ring for pneumatic tires mounted on vehicle rims. A lubricant is contained in cavities formed by virtue of the shape of the ring, or is contained in auxiliary members mounted in openings in the ring or mounted on the surface of the ring. In all instances, the loss of tire pressure due to emergency conditions causes the lubricant to be released so as to reduce the friction between the inner face of the tire cover and the ring.
Abstract: An emergency track ring for a tubeless pneumatic tire comprising a bottom reinforced flange for mounting the ring on such a tire rim. At least one opening is formed in the ring to permit air to be admitted to the interior of the tire. Groove means are formed in the ring for filling with a lubricating material, and sealing lips close the groove means and seal the lubricant therein when the tire is mounted on said rim and under pressure. Flange means are integrally formed with the sealing lips and extend upwardly for engagement by the inside of the tire cover during loss of air, the depressing of the flange means effecting a lever action which causes the sealing lips to move so as to open the grooves and permit and lubricating material to be released to reduce friction between the tire cover and the track ring.
Abstract: A curtain fabric for pleated curtains is disclosed wherein the cord guiding loops are provided during manufacture. Additionally, various reinforcement patterns, also to be provided during manufacture of the fabric, are disclosed.
Abstract: A pleatable curtain in which several pull cords, at least one on each side, are arranged in a series of repeat patterns across the top of the curtain is disclosed. Each repeat pattern comprises a plurality of portions, some of which, where the pullcord is movable, is movably enclosed and the others where the pullcord is freely movable.
Abstract: A pleated curtain comprising a supporting tape attached to the upper edge on the back side of the curtain, a hanger means, and a plurality of tapes, affixed vertically on the curtain is disclosed. The tapes are divided into alternatingly reinforced and unreinforced segments with cord-guiding loops affixed at the level of each second pleat fold line. Pull cords, guided by the loops and hanger means, are attached to the bottom portion of the curtain. When operated simultaneously, the pull cords evenly raise the curtain and thereby place it into pleats which extend horizontally across the width of the curtain.
Abstract: A pleater tape which includes at least one pull cord for forming double pleats in drapes, curtains or the like is disclosed. The pull cords are alternately arranged on the back side of the tape and affixed so as to be longitudinally displaceable in the center of a double pleat. The arrangement is such that the lengths of the two oppositely placed single pleats determine the length of the double pleat.