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Inventor:
Peterson; Craig S.
Address:
Salt Lake City, UT
No. of patents:
3
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6212704 Bathtub walk through insert April 10, 2001
A molded acrylic bathtub walk through insert to be positioned in a cut out formed in a bathtub wall and having a skirt member to surround a step through portion with raised opposite ends providing walls to engage and bond to edges of the cut out portion in the bathtub wall and with the
6067669 Strainer equipped drain plug assembly May 30, 2000
A drain plug assembly having a strainer removably fitted between a bottom of a drain housing that is to be mounted in the drain of a vessel and a stopper that is mounted to be moved along a central stem between a locked open position permitting flow through the drain housing and strainer
6061846 Bathtub walk-through insert May 16, 2000
A bathtub walk-through insert to be positioned and bonded into a cut-out opening in a sidewall of a bathtub, the insert is generally U-shaped, with a web that will rest on a bottom of the cut out opening and legs that will fit against the opposite ends of the cut-out opening.










 
 
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