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Walter Plummer Phones & Addresses

  • Hemet, CA
  • 411 Kankakee St, Wilmington, IL 60481 (815) 476-7830
  • 3848 119Th St, Hawthorne, CA 90250 (310) 978-8691
  • Riverside, CA
  • Sacramento, CA
  • Fort Campbell, KY
  • Lawndale, CA
  • Joint Base Lewis Mcchord, WA
  • Hopkinsville, KY

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Robert Wright (judge)

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These he evaded by pledging his estate to Francis North, and afterwards mortgaging it to Sir Walter Plummer, fraudulently tendering him an affidavit that it was ...

Us Patents

Braided Sleeving With Pull Cord

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US Patent:
5038663, Aug 13, 1991
Filed:
Sep 16, 1983
Appl. No.:
6/532708
Inventors:
Walter A. Plummer - Sherman Oaks CA
International Classification:
D04C 112
US Classification:
87 6
Abstract:
This invention relates to protective and appearance sleeving, and more particularly to improved expandable-contractible braided sleeving having a pull cord extending lengthwise of its interior one end of which is attachable to an object to be enshrouded while the sleeving is being assembled thereover. The pull cord may comprise a strip of high strength material imprintable with indicia.

Releasable Flexible Conductive Jacket

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US Patent:
4791236, Dec 13, 1988
Filed:
Jul 10, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/072216
Inventors:
Laurence R. Klein - Torrance CA
Walter A. Plummer - Santa Ana CA
Assignee:
The Zippertubing Co. - Los Angeles CA
International Classification:
H01B 734
US Classification:
174 36
Abstract:
An electrically conductive removable jacket is provided for wire bundles or the like. The jacket comprises a flattened knitted metal wire tube with a strip of hook and loop fastener stitched along each longitudinal edge so that a tubular jacket is formed by overlapping the edges and securing the fasteners. Plural strips of hook and loop fastener assure that the jacket can be kept electrically "closed" regardless of the size of bundle encompassed. A resilient gasket is provided along one edge of the conductive jacket for making electrical contact with the opposite edge. The conductive jacket may be secured along one edge to one edge of a flexible electrically insulating jacket having fastening means along each edge for forming a tubular insulating jacket. The insulating jacket is inside of the conductive jacket.

Method Of Making Pre-Expanded Braided Sleeving

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US Patent:
4741087, May 3, 1988
Filed:
Jan 13, 1986
Appl. No.:
6/817868
Inventors:
Walter A. Plummer - Sherman Oaks CA
International Classification:
D03D 302
US Classification:
29446
Abstract:
Disclosed is a method of making pre-expanded braided sleeving from flexible strands of either conductive or nonconductive filaments, or a combination thereof, along with entrapped warp filaments of heat shrinkable material. The warp filament material is commonly known as heat reactive material and, when briefly subjected to heat below its fusion temperature, shrinks in the order of 30% to 50% of its length and very substantially expands the sleeving thereby greatly expediting the assembly thereof over an elongated object. Thereafter the sleeving is readily contracted into a snug fit with the object upon being tensioned between its opposite ends.

One-Piece Molded Toggle Clamp

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US Patent:
4388747, Jun 21, 1983
Filed:
Aug 10, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/291283
Inventors:
Walter A. Plummer - Sherman Oaks CA
International Classification:
A44B 2100
US Classification:
24255SL
Abstract:
A one-piece molded plastic clamp having a pair of toggle members interconnecting the clamp jaws and swingable between jaw-open and locked jaw-closed positions. The jaws and toggle members are all flexibly connected by live hinges.

Pre-Expanded Braided Sleeving

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US Patent:
4777859, Oct 18, 1988
Filed:
Aug 19, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/086850
Inventors:
Walter A. Plummer - Sherman Oaks CA
International Classification:
D04C 106
D04C 102
US Classification:
87 7
Abstract:
Disclosd is a pre-expanded braided sleeving made from flexible strands of either conductive or nonconductive filaments, or a combination thereof, along with entrapped warp filaments of heat shrinkable material. The warp filament material is commonly known as heat reactive material and, when briefly subjected to heat below its fusion temperature, shrinks in the order of 30% to 50% of its length and very substantially expands the sleeving thereby greatly expediting the assembly thereof over an elongated object. Thereafter the sleeving is readily contracted into a snug fit with the object upon being tensioned between its opposite ends.
Walter C Plummer from Hemet, CA, age ~53 Get Report