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Number: 49/416
Name: Movable or removable closures > With means mounting closure for reciprocation > With distinct biasing means for slide or guide > Acting transversely of closure face > Biased side guide or parting strip
Description: Device wherein the biasing means acts on that portion of the closure guide which lies to one side of the closure or acts on a stop which is intermediate sliding closures.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8387309 Automatic waterproof gate Mar. 5, 2013
7421823 Lower sash made of resin Sep. 9, 2008
7062880 Stabilizer clip for window assembly Jun. 20, 2006
6430878 Glass guide Aug. 13, 2002
6305125 Window guide having a plurality of contact members attached at only one end for guiding an automobile door window Oct. 23, 2001
5943823 Lower sash made of synthetic resin for automotive vehicle door Aug. 31, 1999
5855092 Sash brake for double-hung window with pivoting sash Jan. 5, 1999
5771637 Plastic lower sash for vehicle window glass Jun. 30, 1998
5131504 Elevator noise minimizer Jul. 21, 1992
4180942 Window insulation Jan. 1, 1980

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