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John R Keelor

from Vero Beach, FL
Age ~63

John Keelor Phones & Addresses

  • Vero Beach, FL
  • 406 Anchorage Dr, North Palm Beach, FL 33408
  • West Palm Beach, FL
  • Jupiter, FL

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License Records

John R Keelor

Address:
1050 47 Ave SW, Vero Beach, FL 32968
License #:
CGC035828 - Active
Category:
Construction Industry
Issued Date:
Mar 8, 1986
Effective Date:
Sep 6, 2014
Expiration Date:
Aug 31, 2018
Type:
Certified General Contractor
Organization:
JOHN R KEELOR JR INC

Business Records

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Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
John R. Keelor
President
John R. Keelor, Jr., Inc
Business Services at Non-Commercial Site
1050 47 Ave SW, Vero Beach, FL 32968
John R. Keelor
Principal
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Nonclassifiable Establishments
1050 47 Ave SW, Vero Beach, FL 32968
John R. Keelor
Principal
Ideal Lawn & Landscape Service
Lawn/Garden Services
1050 47 Ave SW, Vero Beach, FL 32968
John R. Keelor
President
Absolute Enterprises Corporation
406 Anchorage Dr, West Palm Beach, FL 33408
John R. Keelor
President, Director
J.C.K. Development Corporation
33 Chapel Ct, Jupiter, FL 33469
John R. Keelor
President, Director
Sign Center, Inc
106 Commerce Way, Jupiter, FL 33458
John R. Keelor
President, Secretary, Director
Prestige Signs of The Palm Beaches, Inc
106 Commerce Way, Jupiter, FL 33458

Publications

Us Patents

Apparatus For Forming Hollow Members

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US Patent:
4167388, Sep 11, 1979
Filed:
May 1, 1978
Appl. No.:
5/901920
Inventors:
John R. Keelor - North Palm Beach FL
James L. Williams - Lake Park FL
Assignee:
United Technologies Corporation - Hartford CT
International Classification:
B29C 1700
B29C 1704
B29C 1707
US Classification:
4253871
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for forming hollow members wherein a preformed tube is placed between an upper and lower die having the finished tube contour, while each end of the preformed tube has a cylindrical end which is held by the dies; each cylindrical end is flared outwardly by the tapered end of a nozzle which is inserted and forced into each end forming a seal therewith. An incompressible forming substance is injected into one inlet nozzle through said preformed tube and out the other outlet nozzle into a chamber, a bleed valve permits purging the air; the substance is contained within said preformed tube and a piston is inserted into said chamber to increase the pressure on said substance. This finally forms the preformed tube into the shape set by the dies. The nozzles are located on axially sliding block members which are moved inwardly by a cam member moved downwardly by a press; after the forming, said block members being moved outwardly and said cam member being moved upwardly by spring biasing forces, said upper die having a biased alignment mechanism for fitting the upper die against said lower die before direct pressure forces said dies together.
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