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Class Information
Number: 188/355
Name: Brakes > Operators > Fluid pressure > Road vehicle > With nonmanual fluid-power source
Description: Device including means for supplying liquid and/or air pressure from a pump or pump tank.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
188/360 And manual 9
188/358 Liquid power 115
188/356 Vacuum power 93

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8511758 Brake system Aug. 20, 2013
8167383 Brake control apparatus May. 1, 2012
6736244 Pneumatic disk brake with pressure elements May. 18, 2004
6644760 Hydraulic pressure control device and vehicle brake device using the same Nov. 11, 2003
5961189 Brake system for automotive vehicles with pneumatic brake power booster Oct. 5, 1999
5515949 Pneumatically operated disk brake May. 14, 1996
4966248 Traction control system Oct. 30, 1990
4773301 Pressure control device for use with pneumatic brake booster Sep. 27, 1988
4715661 Hydraulic brake booster Dec. 29, 1987
4632208 Vehicle braking system Dec. 30, 1986

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