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Number: 4/307
Name: Baths, closets, sinks, and spittoons > Flush closet > Urinals only > Folding type
Description: Subject matter having structure to allow the urinal to be moved from an operative position to an inoperative position.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8561219 Positionable zero-footprint self-cleaning urinal and very low water-usage mist-dispensing means Oct. 22, 2013
8495769 Urinette Jul. 30, 2013
6910230 Submergible public sanitary device Jun. 28, 2005
6496989 Toilet device that can be transformed into a urinal Dec. 24, 2002
5819331 Urinal attachment for a toilet Oct. 13, 1998
5257422 Drain connection on a sanitary article Nov. 2, 1993
5206961 Wall-mounted urinal May. 4, 1993
5134728 Adjustable height urinal Aug. 4, 1992
4982455 Automatically concealed urinal Jan. 8, 1991
4944047 Rotating hideaway sanitary fixture Jul. 31, 1990
4718131 Sanitary facility unit Jan. 12, 1988
4549321 Urinal Oct. 29, 1985
4488321 Concealed recessed urinal Dec. 18, 1984
4366584 Bathroom appliances Jan. 4, 1983
4094019 Retractable toilet bowl assembly Jun. 13, 1978
4060859 Male urinating aid Dec. 6, 1977











 
 
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