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Number: 4/594
Name: Baths, closets, sinks, and spittoons > Tubs > Particular construction or configuration details > Support structure > Legs
Description: Subject matter wherein the tub is supported at more than one place by means to hold the bottom surface of the tub above a floor or such.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7032259 Collapsible infant tub Apr. 25, 2006
6698039 Footcare whirlpool massage instrument equipped with an ozone generator Mar. 2, 2004
6243890 Three-in-one multifunctional baby bathtub Jun. 12, 2001
5996139 Bath chair Dec. 7, 1999
5628484 Floor mounted water basin support May. 13, 1997
5539939 Bath chair Jul. 30, 1996
5459888 Bathtub Oct. 24, 1995
5289598 Whirlpool bath with removable tank Mar. 1, 1994
5241713 Reinforcing device for bathtub Sep. 7, 1993
4551869 Floor support for a bathtub Nov. 12, 1985
4180874 Bathtub assembly Jan. 1, 1980
4023220 Inflatable bathing tub May. 17, 1977

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