CPC Definition - Subclass F21H
This place covers:
- Incandescent bodies for lighting purposes, heated by combustion of a substance other than the material of the body itself and not intended to be consumed by the combustion, for example incandescent mantles.
- Light-generating aspects of lighting devices using such incandescent bodies.
- Manufacture or treatment of such incandescent bodies.
This subclass covers incandescent bodies as light sources. The application or incorporation of incandescent bodies in lighting devices or systems is covered by subclasses for lighting devices or systems.
Examples of places where the subject matter of this place is covered when specially adapted, used for a particular purpose, or incorporated in a larger system:
Lighting devices or systems thereof, being portable or specially adapted for transportation
Non-portable lighting devices; Systems thereof
Functional features or details of lighting devices or systems thereof; Structural combinations of lighting devices with other articles, not otherwise provided for
Fastening incandescent mantles or other incandescent bodies to lamp parts; Suspension devices for incandescent mantles or other incandescent bodies
Arrangements of mantles or other incandescent bodies on burners
Attention is drawn to the following places, which may be of interest for search:
In this place, the following terms or expressions are used with the meaning indicated:
Capable of emitting visible light when heated.
A device comprising a lace-like hood or envelope of thin, porous, refractory material that glows when it is positioned in a flame or otherwise heated by combustion of a distinct combustible material.
The entity (e.g. mantle) that generates light for a lighting device or apparatus.