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Inventor:
Schulte; Wolfgang
Address:
Hagen, DE
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5698280 Heat-shrinkable envelope December 16, 1997
A heat-shrinkable envelope of at least one shrinkable surface layer and a reinforcing insert has the reinforcing insert formed of a grid of plastic, and the grid is shrinkable in the shrink direction of the shrinkable layer.
5440074 Method for producing a tight termination at the end of a shrinkable cable sleeve and a seal elem August 8, 1995
A method for producing a tight termination at an introduction region of a shrinkable cable sleeve characterized by positioning the seal element between the cables, said seal element having a material deformable by the application of heat so that upon heating of the cable sleeve, the slee










 
 
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