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S & F Orthopadietechnik GmbH Patents
Assignee:
S & F Orthopadietechnik GmbH
Address:
Gorisried, DE
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4562851 Holding fixture for exchangeable sole pieces for walking aids January 7, 1986
What is described is a holding fixture for an exchangeable sole piece in walking aids, for example crutches or the like, having a support pod and a bottom mounting rim to which a sole piece is releasably attached. The sole piece (4) is affixed secure against being pulled off by means of
4510957 Resilient support foot for walking aids, particularly crutches April 16, 1985
A support foot for walking aids, in particular crutches is presented, comprising a sole body which is fixed to a support plate anchored in articulated fashion to the support shaft. The support plate comprises a bordering skirt embodied as a universal plug socket to receive a standard

 
 
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