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Number: 4/587
Name: Baths, closets, sinks, and spittoons > Tubs > Particular construction or configuration details > Flexible material (e.g., collapsible, etc.) > For infant > Supported by folding frame
Description: Subject matter wherein the tub is constructed so that when not in use it can be reduced in size.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5809588 Collapsible baby tub Sep. 22, 1998
5345622 Method of fabricating inflatable bathing tub and associated support apparatus Sep. 13, 1994
5271107 Infant bathing and crib device Dec. 21, 1993
5107857 Disposable decontamination unit Apr. 28, 1992
4974267 Structure of baby bathtub Dec. 4, 1990
4960136 Folded disposable decontamination unit Oct. 2, 1990
4785486 Collapsible bathtub Nov. 22, 1988
4713850 Patient immersion vessel and system Dec. 22, 1987
4485502 Portable bathing tub for invalids Dec. 4, 1984
4146938 Combination bathtub and bassinet structure Apr. 3, 1979

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