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Number: 137/355.24
Name: Fluid handling > With casing, support, protector or static constructional installations > With hose storage or retrieval means > With retrieval means > Biased to retracted position > Boom type
Description: Apparatus having a relatively long spar or beam to which at least a portion of the flexible conduit is attached and which is mounted for movement relative to its support.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7712481 Suction hose arrangement for refuse tank trucks May. 11, 2010
6994506 Transfer assembly for a hydrocarbon product Feb. 7, 2006
6199579 Hose handling system and method Mar. 13, 2001
6170542 Electronic air dispensing and pressure balancing system for tires Jan. 9, 2001
RE33945 Extendible hose assembly for service truck Jun. 2, 1992
4861112 Apparatus for cleaning aluminum cells Aug. 29, 1989
4708179 Extendible hose assembly for service truck Nov. 24, 1987
4380244 Hose control system Apr. 19, 1983
4252161 Support for gasoline pump Feb. 24, 1981
4034875 Load handling vehicle Jul. 12, 1977











 
 
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