Abstract: Impact absorbing net for attenuation of impact energy, having continuous ring groups 10a, 10b, 10c . . . of the ropes 20 with the ring clamps 30 provided to hold the ropes 20. The continuous ring groups 10a, 10b, 10c . . . , are each composed of the rings 20a, 20b, 20c in which the rings 20a, 20a . . . (20b, 20b . . . , or 20c, 20c . . . ) are made by one rope. The ropes 20a, 20b, 20c engage each other. Each of the rings 20a, 20b, 20c, has at least one ring clamp 30.
Abstract: The invention relates to a retainer clip or latch attached to a fence post, such as a plastic fence post, for use in electric fences, that can be used with different types of fence strand members, and that is operated by hand to permit easy securement and removal of the fence strand members. The clip includes first and second portions which are hingedly attached together at one end and are releasably engageable with each other at the opposite end. The clip defines a loop at one end for holding an elongate fence strand member, such as wire, and an elongated area for holding a broader fence strand members, such as electric tape. The loop and elongated area are separated by a finger which extends from the second portion and into a notch in the first portion. The clips can be directly attached to a head portion of a T-shaped fence post at spaced locations along its length.
September 8, 1997
Date of Patent:
November 2, 1999
North Central Plastics
Jon A. Berg, Ronald H. Langlie, David F. Buelow
Abstract: A wire fence has a hollow elongated stake for supporting a horizontal wire. The stake has vertical rows of perforations for receiving wire fasteners. The perforations are positioned between two vertical planes tangent to vertical extending edges of the stake, the planes being parallel to the wire. The fastener has a loop for insertion into the perforation, a wire support section extending outwardly through the vertical planes, and a free end at the end of the wire support section, which is bent back toward the loop portion so that the wire is held in place.
February 1, 1984
Date of Patent:
October 28, 1986
Patrick D. Thevenin, Bernard C. Gissinger, Stephane J. Thevenin
Abstract: A panel nail construction adapted to be assembled on a backing material used in making shaped, upholstered panels employed in the making of furniture, and the like. The panel nail construction is provided with backing material-retaining means which enable it to be attached on a backing material. The panel nail construction advantageously is used in the form of a strip comprised of panel nails integrally, but separably, interconnected along the adjacent transverse margins of the head portion of each of the panel nails. In this form, the panel nail construction can be rapidly, and selectively, assembled on a backing material with an automatic machine or tool.