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In 1962 S-K and Lectrolite were purchased by the Symington-Wayne Corporation, and the tools began to be marked with the "S-K Wayne" trademark by 1964.Although the primary focus for this article extends only through the 1960s, we'll mention some later events in the interest of completeness.Most recently, in May of 2005 S-K was purchased by its management and once again operates independently as the S-K Hand Tools Corporation.In 1933 Sherman-Klove filed a trademark application for a logo showing "S-K Tools" inside a diamond shape, the design used as a decal or metal plate on their socket sets.According to Berland's, the impetus for S-K Tools came from the failure of Hinsdale Manufacturing, a major customer.When Hinsdale closed during the depression, it left S-K with a large inventory of unsold goods, and S-K Tools was formed to handle this inventory.In the early 1950s S-K formed an alliance with another tool company, the Lectrolite Corporation of Defiance, Ohio.
This ratchet mechanism was a radical improvement for its time, as the fine-tooth action was simple and reliable, and easy to mass-produce as well.
At some point Dresser decided to introduce a Kraeuter brand of sockets and drive tools, and these were presumably made by the S-K Tools division, based on the similarities in design and construction.
In 1985 S-K was purchased by FACOM, a French conglomerate, and operated as a division of that company for a number of years.
The filing listed the first use as December of 1932, and the trademark was issued as #318,718 on October 30, 1934.
For some reason, this trademark is not in the USPTO TESS database and so was not found until recently.
Lectrolite had production capabilities for making drop-forged wrenches and handled that side of the business, while S-K concentrated on sockets and drive tools.