US844796A - Insulating wire-holder. - Google Patents

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US844796A
US844796A US28703205A US1905287082A US844796A US 844796 A US844796 A US 844796A US 28703205 A US28703205 A US 28703205A US 1905287082 A US1905287082 A US 1905287082A US 844796 A US844796 A US 844796A
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PATErfi-En FEB. 19, 1907.

HATGHBTT. NSULATING WIRE HOLD APPLIOATION FILED EMU/.13. 1305,

To ttZZ who/7t it may concern.

partly in section.

TO S. l. BATTlS'llG AND I'ZENTUCKY.

rirrnnr ortuon.

RD TO E. S. PORTER, OF LOUISVILLE,

Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented Feb. 19, 1907.

Aunlication filed November 13,1905. Serial No. 287,032.

Be it known that l, .i 'iivnnrzw citizen of the United. Louisville, in the count of Jell'erson and State of lientuc i3, have invented newaud useful Improvement in insulating \Yire- Holders, of which the following is a specification. I

This invention relates to insinetors adapted lo hold plurality of wires, and this used in connection with telephone, telt. ,ph, trclle wires.

The object of the invention to provide an insulator into which one or more wires can be readilf. slipped and in which the wires will be held without their being tied in an; manner.

The invention consists inth e novel features of construction hereinafter set forth, pointer. out in the claims, and shown in tho accompanying drawings, in wh' A Figure l is a perspective vie-w showing my device in use and supporting one wire, Z is a side or face view of the insulator; and Fig. 3 is a vertical sectional view, :1 securing i'neans being shown, part-l in elevation and counter, a States, residing at In these drawings, A represents a portion of one of the ordinary cross-bars carried b oles, and upon the upper face of this crossnm is niounted an insulator B, which preferabl oi glass, but be of porcelain or anjr other desired non-conducting material. The insulator B is provided witha slot(, which extends dowmvardl -r and verticell from the upper portion oi the insulator and upon. one side. The slot U is then curred inwardly and upward .terzninating in a spiral or convolute portion C", the extreme end of which is substantiall in the center or the inthrough which is formed a transverse. slot D.

To lock the insulator to the cross-bar, 1 provide a spike E, which is provided with a shoulder E,- so that it cannotfbe driven too far into the cross-bar, and the spike carries 1 I, 1-,] }F2 1, lt -1 a ilOllAOllul- (LIL, i at .iptto. 0 pass tnoupi the slot- D. A curved locking-pin F iitson the free end of the arm E which end projects out of the slot D and the curved lockingl pin bears against one side of the neck portion of the insulatm' The other sidebears against the spike h], and, as is shown by the dotted lines in Fig. 53, the. base of the insulator is groov id or cut out at G to lit around the spike E.

it will be obvious that the wires can be readily slipped into the slot E and brought to the end portion C of the slot, and when tln'ee-wires are held in the insulator each will rest in one of the branches or bifurcations so that the wires ill be spaced apart and insulated from each other.

It will be obvious that the wires cannot slip out of place, as they must be lifted outot the bifurcation and passed around the convolutions ol the slot and then lifted vertically in order to remove them. it will also be' obvious that the insulator can be removed by lifting the locking-pin F out of position and slide the insulator B along the upper face ol the cross-bar away from the spike E until the arm E has cleared the slot 1). It not necessary, therefore, to withdraw the spike E in order to replace a broken insulator. It will further be obvious that as the arm E and the slot D must aline the shoulder E is of material importance, as it limits the downward movement of the spike and holds the arm E at the proper distance above the crossbar A to make it register with the slot D of an insulator B.

Having thus fully described my invention, what I claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is-

1. An insulator of non-conducting material having a (lownwardly-extending slot, upon one side of its center, the inner portion of sold slot encircling the central portion of the insulator and terminating at substantially' the center of the insulator in e bifurcated end portion.

l. A device of the kind described comprising an insulator, having a slot extending portion of the insulator, the inner end portion of the slot being convolute and the extreme end bifurcated, and means for locking the insulator in place.

A device of the kind described comprising an insulator having a flat base and having ,-a transverse slot adjacent its base portion,

'l'rom substantially its center to an upper side [OR a adapted to pass through the transverse slot. against movement along; said arm.

fi. Anmsuletor oi thO1uIldd6S C/Ilbl9d, eomv ANDREW HATCHETT pnsm a, body ()1 n0nc0nduet1ng meterlal I rmving a transverse slot, a spike having a 1 \Vitnesses:

shoulder thereon, an arm carried by the JOHN B. GORDON, spike adapted to pass through the transverse IRVl'N S1. CLAIR.

a sPike, and an arm carried by the spike slot, and means for locking the insulator

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Cited By (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2451530A (en) * 1946-02-05 1948-10-19 Edward A Beard Electric fence insulator
US20070211667A1 (en) * 2005-10-27 2007-09-13 Avneesh Agrawal Assignment acknowledgement for a wireless communication system

Cited By (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2451530A (en) * 1946-02-05 1948-10-19 Edward A Beard Electric fence insulator
US20070211667A1 (en) * 2005-10-27 2007-09-13 Avneesh Agrawal Assignment acknowledgement for a wireless communication system

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