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Number: 188/56
Name: Brakes > Vehicle > Railway > Clasp
Description: The brakes are on the diametrically-opposite sides of the wheels.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5452776 Block brake for rail vehicles Sep. 26, 1995
4563043 Dual-circuit master valve Jan. 7, 1986
4553642 Brake arrangement for single axle wheel truck of railway car Nov. 19, 1985
4420065 Railway brakes Dec. 13, 1983
4402388 Adjustable broke rigging for rail vehicles Sep. 6, 1983
4381713 Convertible rail-highway semi-trailer air controlled braking and suspension shifting system May. 3, 1983
4316418 Convertible rail highway semi-trailer air controlled suspension shifting system Feb. 23, 1982
4202277 Convertible rail-highway semi-trailer May. 13, 1980
4136760 Clasp brake rigging for a railway vehicle Jan. 30, 1979











 
 
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