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Number: 188/228.6
Name: Brakes > Elements > Beams or beam assemblies > Trussed beam > H, i, l, t, u, v, or x cross section compression member
Description: Devices wherein the compression member is of H, I, L, T, U, V, or X cross-section.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7410037 Spare brake beam Aug. 12, 2008
6397979 Truck mounted brake system with interchangeable lever ratio and replaceable brake heads Jun. 4, 2002
6155387 Truck mounted brake beam and method of manufacturing Dec. 5, 2000
6155388 Brake beam Dec. 5, 2000
5947236 Truck mounted brake for standard and premium ride trucks Sep. 7, 1999
4830148 Truss-type brake beam for railway vehicle truck-mounted brake assembly May. 16, 1989

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