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COOPERATIVE PATENT CLASSIFICATION
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SAFETY DEVICES IN GENERAL;
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SAFETY DEVICES FOR PRESSES
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[2013‑01]
NOTE

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Guidance heading:
Devices protecting or preventing injuries to people [2013‑01]
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Safety devices independent of the control and operation of any machine (protective devices for the eyes or ears, worn on the body or carried in the hand, A61F 9/00, A61F 11/00) [2013‑01]
F16P 1/005
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Guards for rolls in calandering or other roll machines, e.g. nip guards, finger guards
}
[2013‑01]
F16P 1/02
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Fixed screens or hoods [2013‑01]
F16P 1/04
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Screens or hoods rotating with rotary shafts [2013‑01]
F16P 1/06
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specially designed for welding [2013‑01]
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Safety devices acting in conjunction with the control or operation of a machine; Control arrangements requiring the simultaneous use of two or more parts of the body (F16P 5/00 takes precedence) [2013‑01]
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Safety devices for guarding the human operator of punch presses or like machine tools performing an opening and closing travel
}
[2013‑01]
F16P 3/003
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by application of a specific control arrangement, e.g. specific switching systems or two-hand control
}
[2013‑01]
F16P 3/005
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having a movable screen or a sensor influencing the switching system
}
[2013‑01]
F16P 3/006
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having a screen moving with the machine and moving the operator out of danger, or restraining the operator, without influencing the switching system
}
[2013‑01]
F16P 3/008
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{
Devices for directly stopping or interrupting the drive or gear in case of danger to the machine, e.g. devices with clutches
}
[2013‑01]
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Screens or other safety members moving in synchronism with members which move to and fro [2013‑01]
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F16P 3/04
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for machines with parts which approach one another during operation, e.g. for stamping presses [2013‑01]
F16P 3/06
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in which body parts of the operator are removed from the danger zone on approach of the machine parts [2013‑01]
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in connection with the locking of doors, covers, guards, or like members giving access to moving machine parts [2013‑01]
F16P 3/10
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in which the operation of locking the door or other member causes the machine to start [2013‑01]
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with means, e.g. feelers, which in case of the presence of a body part of a person in or near the danger zone influence the control or operation of the machine (F16P 3/08 takes precedence) [2013‑01]
F16P 3/125
. .
{
Guards for rolls in calandering or other roll machines, e.g. nip guards, finger guards
}
[2013‑01]
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the means being photocells or other devices sensitive without mechanical contact [2013‑01]
WARNING

F16P 3/141
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{
using sound propagation, e.g. sonar
}
[2013‑01]
F16P 3/142
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{
using image capturing devices
}
[2013‑01]
F16P 3/144
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{
using light grids
}
[2013‑01]
F16P 3/145
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{
using magnetic technology
}
[2013‑01]
F16P 3/147
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{
using electro-magnetic technology, e.g. tags or radar
}
[2013‑01]
F16P 3/148
. . .
{
using capacitive technology
}
[2013‑01]
F16P 3/16
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with feeling members moved by the machine [2013‑01]
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Control arrangements requiring the use of both hands [2013‑01]
F16P 3/20
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for electric control systems [2013‑01]
F16P 3/22
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for hydraulic or pneumatic control systems [2013‑01]
F16P 3/24
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for mechanical controls [2013‑01]
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Emergency means for rendering ineffective a coupling conveying reciprocating movement if the motion of the driven part is prematurely resisted [2013‑01]
F16P 5/005
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{
Overload protection by energy absorbing components, e.g. breaker blocks, shear sections
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[2013‑01]
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Emergency devices preventing damage to a machine or apparatus (F16P 1/00, F16P 3/00, F16P 5/00 take precedence; indicating means, see the appropriate classes) [2013‑01]
F16P 7/02
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by causing the machine to stop on the occurence of dangerous conditions therein (devices in bearings affected by abnormal conditions F16C) [2013‑01]
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Last Modified: 10/10/2013