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Number: 452/101
Name: Butchering > Epidermal outgrowth remover > Power driven > Scaler (i.e., serrated or toothed end) > Rotary > Hand held
Description: Subject matter wherein the scaling device is adapted to be carried and manipulated by the hand of a human operator.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6497615 Fish scaling tool Dec. 24, 2002
5813904 Method and apparatus for skinning frozen fish Sep. 29, 1998
5630750 Portable rechargeable fish scaler assembly May. 20, 1997
5318472 Fish scaling device Jun. 7, 1994
5221229 Fish scaling apparatus Jun. 22, 1993
5135430 Depilation apparatus Aug. 4, 1992
4763386 Fish scaling apparatus Aug. 16, 1988
4667372 Fish scaler May. 26, 1987
4619019 Fish scaling device Oct. 28, 1986
4574432 Multi-purpose power tool Mar. 11, 1986
4271562 Fish scaler Jun. 9, 1981
4226004 Fish scale remover Oct. 7, 1980
4162558 Fish scaler tool Jul. 31, 1979
4107819 Hand-held, electrically operated fish scaler Aug. 22, 1978

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