Patents by Inventor Jacques Morel

Jacques Morel has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 4711975
    Abstract: A sleeve for protecting cable splices, in particular for telephone cables, comprises two half-shells (3, 4) so designed as to be assembled together along their longitudinal edges (3a, 4a) around the cable splice (2). The opposite ends of the sleeve have jaws (5, 6, 7, 8) for radial clamping and axial retention of the two cable ends (1a, 1b) and means are provided for forming a fluid-tight seal between the two half-shells (3, 4) and between the cable and the jaws. The half-shell (4) comprises two end elements (9, 10) which are intended to be fitted over the clamping jaws (5, 6, 7, 8) and a central element (11) which is placed between the two end elements and covers their adjacent edges (9a, 10a).
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 12, 1986
    Date of Patent: December 8, 1987
    Assignee: Etablissements Morel - Ateliers Electromecaniques de Favieres
    Inventors: Jacques Morel, Didier Morel
  • Patent number: 4606221
    Abstract: A method of de-polluting a helium leak detector in which a pumping station and a gas analyzer (5) connected to the pumping station via an air inlet duct provided with an insertion valve (6). The pumping station comprises a sliding vane rotary vacuum pump (1) comprising a rotor (7) and a stator (8). The assembly is placed in a sump partially filled with oil (10). A suction duct (11) connects the interior of the stator to the exterior of the sump connects exhaust channel (12) connecting the interior of the stator to the interior of the sump which is in communication with the exterior via a point (14) of the sump which is situated above the oil level. The pumping station further includes a link duct (15) having a fastening (4) for connection to an apparatus to be tested at one end and having its other end connected to the suction duct via a pump isolating valve (2).
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 20, 1985
    Date of Patent: August 19, 1986
    Assignee: Compagnie Industrielle des Telecommunications Cit-Alcatel
    Inventors: Jacques Tallon, Jacques Morel
  • Patent number: 4526295
    Abstract: The injection cartridge comprises two containers (1, 2) one of which is slidably mounted in the other. An actuating rod (8) has a smooth leading portion (9) and a rear threaded portion (10) separated by a threaded intermediate portion (11). The container (1) has in its end (12) a threaded opening (13) receiving the threaded intermediate portion (11). The nozzle (5) of the container (2) has a thread (15) for receiving the thread (14). The threaded portion (10) of the rod (8) has a nut for abutting against the first container to push it towards the other container. The cartridge may be used for injecting a semi-pasty product into a protective sleeve for a joint in a telephone cable.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 9, 1983
    Date of Patent: July 2, 1985
    Assignee: Etablissements Morelateliers Electromecanique De Favieres
    Inventors: Andre Morel, Jacques Morel
  • Patent number: 4510792
    Abstract: A tracer gas leakage detector mainly comprises a primary vacuum pump which is selectably connectable to a unit to be tested for leakage, an inlet valve also connectable to the unit to be tested and communicating with a measurement cell capable of being evacuated by a primary pump and a secondary pump. The inlet valve includes a motor-controlled valve member to enable the aperture through the inlet valve to be servo-controlled to the inlet pressure of the measurement cell, and conversion means providing an electrical signal representative of the aperture.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 24, 1983
    Date of Patent: April 16, 1985
    Assignee: Compagnie Industrielle des Telecommunications Cita-Alcatel
    Inventors: Jacques Morel, Jacques Tallon
  • Patent number: 4492816
    Abstract: A sleeve for protecting cable splices against environmental moisture and aggressive fluids comprises two half-shells having flanges which are placed against each other in the assembled position. In this position, the adjacent flanges define a duct into which sealing material in the form of paste is introduced. The opposite ends of the sleeve are provided with jaws which are clamped against the cable at the time of assembly of the two half-shells. Two jaws define between them a chamber which communicates with the sealing duct by means of a channel formed around the entire periphery of a jaw which is adjacent to the chamber, the channel being located at the bottom of the recess in which the jaw is fitted.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 13, 1983
    Date of Patent: January 8, 1985
    Assignee: Etablissements Morel, Ateliers Electromecaniques de Favieres
    Inventors: Andre Morel, Jacques Morel
  • Patent number: 4463685
    Abstract: The invention relates to a protective device against aggression.The protective device against aggression is designed to close the free space situated above the tray of a counter or cash-desk rapidly from below upwards.The closing means comprise a tray movable upwards from a lowered position in which it is substantially horizontal to a raised vertical position blocking said space.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 25, 1981
    Date of Patent: August 7, 1984
    Inventor: Jacques Morel
  • Patent number: 4387268
    Abstract: The sleeve for protecting the splice (4) in telephone cables (2) and (3) is made up of two half-shells (1a, 1b) joined together by their adjacent edges, around splice (4). These adjacent edges are provided with a groove which, in the position where the shells are joined together, defines a duct, devices being provided for injecting into this duct a pasty material creating watertightness between these adjacent edges. The opposite ends (9, 20) of the sleeve are provided with jaws (11, 12, 13) for securing axially the ends of the cables (2, 3) to the sleeve and with devices for creating watertightness between these cables and these ends (9,10) of the sleeve.Each of the ends (9,10) of the sleeve bears at least two detachable jaws (11, 12) defining between them a chamber (18) connected with the above-mentioned duct.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 7, 1981
    Date of Patent: June 7, 1983
    Assignee: Etablissements Morel, Ateliers Electromecaniques de Favieres
    Inventors: Andre Morel, Jacques Morel