USPC-to-IPC Reverse Concordance for IPC Subclass - B27K Processes, Apparatus Or Selection Of Substances For Impregnating, Staining, Dyeing, Bleaching Of Wood Or Similar Materials, Or Treating Of Wood Or Similar Materials With Permeant Liquids, Not Otherwise Provided For;Chemical Or Physical Treatment Of Cork, Cane, Reed, Straw Or Similar Materials
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USPC-to-IPC Reverse Concordance for
IPC Subclass - B27K
Processes, Apparatus Or Selection Of Substances For Impregnating, Staining, Dyeing, Bleaching Of Wood Or Similar Materials, Or Treating Of Wood Or Similar Materials With Permeant Liquids, Not Otherwise Provided For;Chemical Or Physical Treatment Of Cork, Cane, Reed, Straw Or Similar Materials

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IPC GroupU.S. ClassU.S. Subclass
3  /  02 118 506
    205 694
3  /  15 118 506
    428 541
5  /  00 144 4.8
    524 15
5  /  02 205 690     -     691
5  /  04 205 690
7  /  00 241 4
    241 28
9  /  00 241 4
    241 28


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