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Number: 215/266
Name: Bottles and jars > Closures > Applied from within receptacle > Ball type
Description: Devices, wherein the closure is in the shape of a sphere or ball and is usually made of elastic or rubber like material.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8056761 Pouring device Nov. 15, 2011
6866170 Liquid flow regulation device Mar. 15, 2005
6255101 Seal for reagent flask usable by a blood analyzer Jul. 3, 2001
5988415 Bottle flow controller Nov. 23, 1999
5370266 Method for reducing spillage when pouring liquid out of a container Dec. 6, 1994
4872571 Container pour spout with peelable tamper-proof seal Oct. 10, 1989
4741448 Container with buoyant fluid flow restrictor May. 3, 1988
4125200 Self-sealing bottle assembly and method for manufacture thereof Nov. 14, 1978

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