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Number: 4/114.1
Name: Baths, closets, sinks, and spittoons > Dry closets > Automobile > Urinal
Description: Subject matter wherein the closet is for receiving urine as distinguished from fecal matter.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8192411 Disposable ostomy irrigation sleeve Jun. 5, 2012
6811754 Biological specimen collection apparatus Nov. 2, 2004
6589440 Waterless urinal with liquid seal, liquid seal and method of using liquid seal Jul. 8, 2003
6258215 System and a rotary vacuum distiller for water recovery from aqueous solutions, preferably from urine aboard spacecraft Jul. 10, 2001
5117511 Liquid disposal automotive accessory Jun. 2, 1992
5062304 Urine collection monitor with temperature sensing Nov. 5, 1991
4785483 Integrated passenger seat and toilet apparatus and method Nov. 22, 1988
4665571 Urinal May. 19, 1987
4422188 Micturition adaptor for conversion of a male bed urinal to female use Dec. 27, 1983
4164795 Portable urinal Aug. 21, 1979

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