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July 23, 1946. ‚
G. H. BANNERMAN
TORPEDO NET
Filed March 6, 1945
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Patente‘d July 23, 1946
2‚404,612
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2‚404‚612
TORPEDO NET
' Gordon H. Bannernian, Harhden, Conn., assignor
to The Ameriean Steel and Wire Company of
New Jersey, a 'corporation of New Jersey
Application March 6, 1945, Serial N0. 581,312
4 Claims.
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This inventiou relates to a torpedo net having
a mesh structure.
(C1. 114—241) '
There are two types of tor
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tened to wire 6 by means of a‚ ?xed connection
28, and the wire 24 being fastene‘d to section 4
pedo nets‘ in general use: one type being used to
by connectors 30. When a tor‘pedo hits the net,
the wires 6 and_ 8 will separate as shown in dotted
protect moving vessels, and the oth'er type being
used to protect stationary objects. The nets may 5 lines to take up the initial shock, and then the
wires I2 and 22 Will s1ip with respect to wires M
also be divided into two classes in regard 110 the
manner in which the torpedo is caught: one type
ancl 24, respectively, 110 absorb more of the shock.
If useclin a propeller catching net, the clips fas
catches the torpedo by the propeller, and the
other type catehes the torpedo by its nose. ' In
tening the mesh togeth'er will be slip clips, prei
the nose eatching type, the mesh is generally of
erably 01 the -construction described in the above
an interwoven g‘r0mmet design except a new type
which' is secured at each intersection by a ?xed
mentioned patent application. However, the Slip
to use a shock. absorbing connection in the net
the pending application of Alan E. Brickman, \
to protect it against breakage.
Serial N0. 563‚286‚ ?led November 13‚ 1944. The
Clips I6 and 26 are designed to slipat. a lower
pressure than the clips connecting the mesh so
clip and is disclosed in the co-pehding applica
that When a torpedo hits the net‚ the shock is
tion of Alan E. Brickman, entitled “Torpedo net
and method of making the Same,” Serial N0. 15 ?rst taken up in the manner described above, and
?nally the s1ip conneetiong of the mesh will slip,
581,310, ?led. March 6, 1945. In the propeller
thus preventing breaking of the net.
catehing type, the mesh is connected so as to s1ip
In case of a nose catching type of net, the clips
ab the intersections. Regardless of the type Qf
fastening the net together are of the non-slipping
net, however, 113 may break due to the shock of
the torpedo hitting it and therefore I propose 20 type preferably of the construction described in
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shock absorbing seam may be arranged horizon
It is, th'erefore, an object of my invention to
tally, vertically, or at an angle therebetween. In
provide a torpeclo net structure having a shock
absorbing seam incorporated therein.
25 some instances, only one slip seam need be used.
This and other objects will be more apparent
When the shock absorbing seam is a horizontal
after referring to the following sp‘eci?cation am].
seam, the wire 8 may be fastened directly to the
attached. drawing, in Which:
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head rope in the same manner as it; is fastened*
The single ?gure shows the shock absorbing
to the wire 6.
30
seam of my invention.
While one embodiment of my invention has
Referring more particularly to the drawing,
been shown and described, it will be apparent
that other modi?cations and adaptations may be
the reference numerals 2 and 4 indicate two sec
made without departing-from the scope of the
tiong cf mesh structure which are to be 0011
following claims.
nected by the sh'ock absorbing connection 01 my
I claim:
invention. Between the two sections are located CO U!
1. A torpedo net structure or the like compris
two substantiallv parallel wire structures 6 and
8 Which are fastened together by ?xed connectors
ing at least two sections‚ a pair of. stranded wire
I0. Connecting the wire structure 8 and sec
structures, slip connections fastening the two
wire structures together, means for connecting
tion 2 is a pair of wire structures I 2 and. I4 which
are arranged in a ZigZag weave and fastened 40 one of said wire structures to one section, a
together by means of Slip connections I B. These
stranded wire structure adjacent the other sec
tion, a plurality of c0nnectiong between th'e last
connections are preferably of the type disclosed
in the co-pending application of Alan E. Brick
namecl wire structure and the s800nd s@ction‚ and
means intermediate the last namecl connections
man, Serial N0. 581‚311‚ ?led March 6, 1945, but
other types of slip connections may be used. The 45 for connecting the last named wire structure to
the second of said pair of wire structures.
wire structure I2 is fastened to the wire structure
2. A torpedo net structure er the like compris
8 by means of ?xed connections I8 which are lo
ing at least two sections, a pair of substantially
cated. between connectors III. The wire structure
I4 is connected t0 section 2 by means of connec
parallel stranoled wire stru‚ctures between said
tors 20, fastened tpth‘e apices of the mesh struc 50 ‘sections, means for connecting said wire struc
ture. Section 4 and wire structure 6 are com
tures at spaced intervals, a slip seam between '
nected in like manner by means of a, Slip jeint
each wire structure ancl the adjacent section,
made of wire structures 22 and 24 arranged in
each of saicl s1ip seams comprising two stranded
a zigzag weave and fastened together by means
wire structures arranged in a zigzag weave, s1ip
of slip connections 2B, the wire 22 b€ing fas
55 eonneetions fastening the two wire structures of
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'of said wire structures 130 the adjacent one of the
4. A torpedo net structure or the like compris
ing'a pair of mesh sections having Slip connec
tions, a pair of substantially parallel stranded
wire structures between said sections, mea.ns for
connecting said wire structures at spaced inter
pair of wire structures.
va1s, a s1ip seam between each wire structure al'ld
each slip seam together, means for connecting
one of said wire structures of each Slip seam 1:0
the adjacent section, and means intermedi&te the
?rst connecting means for connecting the other
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3. A torpedo net structure er the like compris
’ing a, pair of mesh' sections having s1ip connee—~
tions, a, pair of stranded wirestructures, slip
connections fastening the two wire structures to 10
gether, the second named slip connections s1ip-‘- >
ping in a'dvance of the ?rst said s_1ip connecw
'tions, means for connecting one of saia wire
structures to one section, a stranded wire struc
the adjacent section, ea.ch of said s1ip seax_ns com
prising tWo stranded wire structures arranged in
a zigzag weave, Slip connections fastening the two
wire structures of each slip seam togeth‘er, the
second named s1ip connection slipping- in ad.
vance of the ?rsu named Slip connections, means
for connecting one of said‚ wire structures to
the adj acent section, and means int'ermyediate the
ture adjacent the other sec‘:tion‚a plurality of 151 second named cor'mecting means for connecting
the other of said wire structures to the adjacent
connections between the last named Wire struc-‘
ture and the second section, and means interme
diate the last named connections for connecting
’the last named wire structure 130 the second of
said pair of Wire structures.
one of the pair of wire structures.
GORDON H. BANNERMAN.
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