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Improvements in or relating to buildings or structures. Robert Greenwood Tarran November 4, 1941: GB540881-A (7 worldwide citation)


540,881. Portable buildings ; slabs ; composite blocks. TARRAN, R. G. March 26, 1940, No. 5392. [Classes 20 (i), 20 (iv) and 87 (i)] [Also in Group XXIII] An arcuate building is formed of a plurality of curved slabs each having a curved web and curved longitudinal wooden-side flanges on two opposed ...


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Improvements in bricks, building blocks and the like. Robert Greenwood Tarran June 20, 1944: GB562154-A (2 worldwide citation)


562,154. Building-blocks. TARRAN, R.G. March 12, 1943, No. 4071. [Class 87 (i)] Building blocks 10 of the kind provided on the top and bottom faces with interengaging rib 12 and recess 11 have the end faces provided with a vertical groove 13 and the ends of the rib 12 reduced in width or depth at 14 ...


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Improvements in gutter brackets. Robert Greenwood Tarran March 14, 1947: GB586346-A (1 worldwide citation)


586,346. Gutter brackets. TARRAN, R. G. Dec. 12, 1944, No. 24874. [Class 52 (v)] In an arcuate gutter bracket of strip metal, the arcuate part 1 is secured by rivets or spot welds 2, 3 to a strip 4, which is bent to form a tangential part 5, an upright limb 6 and a hook 7, which hooks over the fasci ...


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Improvements in roofing units for prefabricated structures. Robert Greenwood Tarran September 10, 1952: GB679048-A


679,048. Roofs. TARRAN, R. G. March 29, 1951 [April 13, 1950], No. 9077/50. Class 20(iv) A prefabricated roofing unit comprises a plurality of hingedly interconnected rigid frames which enable the unit to be transported in a collapsed condition in which it occupies substantially less space than in t ...


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Improvements in or relating to building slabs or the like units. Robert Greenwood Tarran November 4, 1941: GB540902-A


540,902. Huts; slabs. TARRAN, R. G. March 26, 1940, No. 1553/41. Divided out of 540,881. [Classes 20 (i), 20 (iv) and 87 (i)] A slab for arched curved structures is formed with a curved web of concrete composed of sand or sawdust with cement and having rigidly attached thereto curved wooden flange m ...


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Improvements in or relating to building slabs or the like units. Robert Greenwood Tarran November 4, 1941: GB540903-A


540,903. Huts; wooden slabs. TARRAN, R. G. March 26, 1940, No. 1554/41 Divided out of 540,881. [Classes 20 (i) and 20 (iv)] [Also in Group XXIII] A curved wooden building slab comprises a curved web portion and longitudinal curved edge flanges of wood extending in the direction of curve and standing ...


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Improvements in prefabricated floor or roof slabs. Robert Greenwood Tarran January 31, 1945: GB567163-A


567,163. Building slabs. TARRAN, R G. July 26, 1943, No. 12143. [Class 87 (i)] A prefabricated building unit for floors or roofs comprises a portable skeleton frame made up of parallel metal joists 10 to which are secured the ends of a number of wooden crossribs 16. As shown, the joists are of parti ...


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Improvements in panels for floor or roof constructions. Robert Greenwood Tarran July 11, 1945: GB570545-A


570,545. Panels for floors, roofs, &c. TARRAN, R. G. Oct. 14, 1943, No. 16859. [Classes 20 (iv) and 87 (i)] A panel for the construction of roofs, floors or walls.consists of joists comprising two flanges of wood 1, 2 and a plywood web 3 secured in grooves therein by nailing, glueing, &c., and a ply ...


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Improvements in building units. Robert Greenwood Tarran August 1, 1945: GB571007-A


571,007. Building blocks. TARRAN, R. G. Oct. 14, 1943, No. 16858. [Classes 20 (ii) and 87 (i)] In a slab or block comprising a wooden frame 1, 2, 7, 8, wooden crosspieces 3, and a web 18 of concrete, the crosspieces are secured to the side frame members by dovetail joints in order to give rigidity. ...


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Improvements in horticultural cold frames. Robert Greenwood Tarran January 16, 1945: GB566818-A


566,818. Cold frames. TARRAN, R. G. May 17, 1943, No. 7820. [Class 20 (i)] A cold frame is formed of pre-cast concrete or reinforced-concrete slabs 1, 2, 9, 10 having notches spaced inwardly from the ends, whereby the slabs may interengage to form a readily detachable, self-locking rectangular frame ...



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