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Number: 188/220.1
Name: Brakes > Elements > Beams or beam assemblies > With movable, reversible or adjustable heads > Pivoted head
Description: Devices wherein the head is pivoted upon the beam.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
188/220.6 Lockingly adjustable 3

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8360214 Brake shoe support assembly and method Jan. 29, 2013
7849981 Spare brake beam having replaceable brake heads Dec. 14, 2010
6732841 Block holder for a bogie brake May. 11, 2004
6551003 Joint for pivotally joining a brake head to a brake beam Apr. 22, 2003
6176354 Truck mounted brake beam with removable brake heads Jan. 23, 2001
5806634 Offset arrangement for brake system proportionalization lever Sep. 15, 1998
5000298 Brake beam Mar. 19, 1991
4852699 Disk brake assembly Aug. 1, 1989
4004656 Multi-brake shoe means for a multi-braking surface braked assembly Jan. 25, 1977

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