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Number: 256/53
Name: Fences > Wire > Connections > Cross > Nonaligned slots
Description: Devices where the wire is held in a plurality of slots, which slots or their mouths are out of alinement, so that it is necessary to bend a portion of the strand to cause it to enter the slots.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6353187 Insulator for mounting electric fence conductors Mar. 5, 2002
6176471 Fabric fence system and method of manufacturing same Jan. 23, 2001
5275382 Fence post Jan. 4, 1994
5029670 Frame erection safety system and components thereof Jul. 9, 1991
4510721 Fence dropper Apr. 16, 1985
4503636 Post and cantelevered ring plant/vine support structure Mar. 12, 1985
4294430 Supports Oct. 13, 1981
4223872 Wire engager for chain link fence device and methods of making and using the same Sep. 23, 1980
4037824 Safety post Jul. 26, 1977

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