Pipe joints or couplings – With fluid pressure seal – With separate – encased pipe-gripping means
285232, 285322, F16L 2102
A wall at one end of a chamber in the bell end of an enclosing pipe is adapted to receive the nose end of toothed metal segments to prevent disengagement of pipes and to transfer radial forces into axial forces.
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Jones Lawrence S.
Grace James W.
Reese Randolph A.
United States Pipe and Foundry Company
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