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Number: 4/419
Name: Baths, closets, sinks, and spittoons > Flush closet > Tank only > With support
Description: Subject matter including structure for holding the tank against the force of gravity.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7565706 Pressure assisted flush assembly and installation methods Jul. 28, 2009
6520123 Expansion cage Feb. 18, 2003
6128787 Flush system Oct. 10, 2000
5396667 Tank, in particular a flush tank, with a mounting element attached thereon Mar. 14, 1995
5210883 Installation block for a sanitary device May. 18, 1993
5090064 Installation module for sanitary equipment Feb. 25, 1992
4580300 Combined wall construction form and plumbing fixture mounting device for fire rated wall construction Apr. 8, 1986
4550451 Universal plumbing pipe locator and support Nov. 5, 1985
4445237 Close coupled water-closet combination and adapter May. 1, 1984











 
 
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