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Wingroup North America, Inc. Patents
Assignee:
Wingroup North America, Inc.
Address:
Norcross, GA
No. of patents:
3
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7677260 Tent with pass-through port March 16, 2010
A tent having a pass-through port through a wall panel for allowing an item to be passed in and out of the tent without opening the tent door. The pass-through port can be snugly tightened about a cord or hose extending therethrough to prevent insects from entering the tent.
7455069 Tent with pass-through port November 25, 2008
A tent having a pass-through port through a wall panel for allowing an item to be passed in and out of the tent without opening the tent door. The pass-through port can be snugly tightened about a cord or hose extending therethrough to prevent insects from entering the tent.
7316238 Tent with a repositionable floor January 8, 2008
A tent having a repositionable floor, the floor preferably including a pair of subpanels that mate together and form a water-resistant seam. The subpanels can be repositioned within the interior of the tent or exteriorly of the tent. Additionally, each floor subpanel can be retracted

 
 
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