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Number: 225/17
Name: Severing by tearing or breaking > Severing by manually forcing against fixed edge > With indicator
Description: Devices having visual means or indicia for measuring or identifying the material to be dispensed or denoting any characteristic thereof (e.g., width of supply material or length of material dispensed or remaining in the supply source or package).










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
225/18 Indicates length to be severed from supply 7


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8256334 Cutting structure for plastic film Sep. 4, 2012
6460800 Tape dispenser having a rotatable display component for graphic presentation Oct. 8, 2002
6089401 Braking arrangement for dispensers of continuous material Jul. 18, 2000
6082662 Wallpaper dispenser Jul. 4, 2000
5370916 Tape dispensing system Dec. 6, 1994
3991922 Abrasive sheet measuring and cutting board Nov. 16, 1976











 
 
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