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Temperley transporter

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Temperley transporter

A Temperley transporter is an early form of overhead crane invented by John Ridley Temperley in 1892. They were manufactured by the Temperley Transporter Company of London.

Relevant patents

  • GB0021170 issued in the United Kingdom in 1892
  • US 615370, Temperley, Joseph, "Means For Supporting Ropes of Elevated Carriers", issued Dec 6, 1898 
  • US 637182, Temperley, Joseph & John Ridley Temperley, "Apparatus for Dumping, Depositing, or Releasing Loads Suspended From Cranes, &c.", issued Nov 14, 1899 
  • US 883841, Temperley, Joseph; John Ridley Temperley & William Alexander, "Transporting Appliance And The Like", issued Apr 7, 1908 
  • US 887873, Temperley, Joseph; John Ridley Temperley & William Alexander, "Cable Transporter", issued May 19, 1908 
  • US 894,083, Temperley, Joseph; John Ridley Temperley & William Alexander, "Apparatus for Raising, Lowering, and Conveying or Transporting Loads", issued Jul 21, 1908 
  • References

    Temperley transporter Wikipedia


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