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IPC 7
  B60R - B60R 19/56  
B60R02100-B60R02700
 

SECTION B – PERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING


B 60VEHICLES IN GENERAL


B 60 RVEHICLES, VEHICLE FITTINGS, OR VEHICLE PARTS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR (fire prevention, containment or extinguishing specially adapted for vehicles A62C 3/07)


21/

00Arrangements or fittings on vehicles for protecting or preventing injuries to occupants or pedestrians in case of accidents or other traffic risks (safety belts or body harnesses in vehicles B60R 22/00; devices, apparatus or methods for life-saving in general A62B; safety devices for propulsion unit control specially adapted for, or arranged in, vehicles B60K 28/00; seats constructed to protect the occupant from the effect of abnormal g-forces, e.g. crash or safety seats, B60N 2/42; energy-absorbing arrangements for hand wheels for steering vehicles B62D 1/11; energy-absorbing arrangements for vehicle steering columns B62D 1/19; harnessing in aircraft B64D 25/00) [4,5]

21/

01.Electrical circuits for triggering safety arrangements in case of vehicle accidents or impending vehicle accidents [7]

 

21/

02.Occupant safety arrangements or fittings  [4]

21/

04..Padded linings for the vehicle interior  [4]

21/

045...associated with the instrument panel or dashboard  [4]

21/

05...associated with the steering wheel, hand lever or column (yieldable steering columns B62D 1/18)  [4,5]

21/

055..Padded fittings, e.g. head rests, sun visors  [4]

21/

06..Safety nets, transparent sheets, curtains, or the like, e.g. between occupants and glass (B60R 21/11, B60R 21/12, B60R 21/16 take precedence)  [4]

21/

08...movable from an inoperative to an operative position, e.g. in a collision (electrical circuits for triggering safety arrangements B60R 21/01) [4,7]

21/

09..Control elements or operating handles movable from an operative to an out-of-the way position, e.g. switch knobs, window cranks  [4]

21/

11..Overhead guards, e.g. against loads falling down  [4]

21/

12..which protect the occupants against personal attack from the inside or the outside of the vehicle  [4]

21/

13..Roll-over protection (electrical circuits for triggering safety arrangements B60R 21/01) [4,7]

21/

16..Inflatable occupant restraints or confinements designed to inflate upon impact or impending impact, e.g. "air bags" (connection of valves to inflatable elastic bodies B60C 29/00)  [4]

21/

18...the inflatable member formed as a belt or harness or combined with a belt or harness arrangement  [4]

21/

20...specially adapted for storing the inflatable member in its non-use or deflated condition  [4]

21/

22...the inflatable member specifically positioned with respect to the occupant, or shaped with respect to a specific part of the occupant's body  [4]

21/

24...the inflatable member comprising a plurality of individual compartments or constructed of two or more bag-like members, one within the other  [4]

21/

26...characterised by the source or generator of inflation fluid or the means to control such fluid flow from the source to the inflatable member  [4]

21/

28....with means to deflate the inflatable member  [4]

21/

30....with means to draw ambient air into the flow line and mix such air with the inflation fluid  [4]

21/

32...responsive to a vehicle condition which assumes impending collision, including electrical sensors to initiate inflation (electrical circuits for triggering safety arrangements B60R 21/01) [4,7]

21/

34.Protecting non-occupants of a vehicle, e.g. pedestrians  [4]


22/

00Safety belts or body harnesses in vehicles (safety belts or body harnesses in general A62B 35/00) [4]

22/

02.Semi-passive restraint systems, e.g. systems applied or removed automatically but not both  [4]

22/

03..Means for presenting the belt or part thereof to the wearer  [6]

22/

04.Passive restraint systems, i.e. systems both applied and removed automatically, e.g. by movement of the vehicle door  [4]

22/

06..having the belt or harness connected to a member slidable in a vehicle-mounted track  [4]

22/

08..having the belt retractor mounted on or in a vehicle closure, e.g. the door  [4]

22/

10.specially adapted for children or animals (children's seats B60N 2/24)  [4]

Note

 Groups B60R 22/02 to B60R 22/08 and B60R 22/12 to B60R 22/48 take precedence over group B60R 22/10.  [6]

22/

12.Construction of belts or harnesses (B60R 21/18 takes precedence)  [4]

22/

14..incorporating enlarged restraint areas, e.g. vests, nets  [4]

22/

16..using belts which become permanently deformed, i.e. one time use  [4]

22/

18.Anchoring devices  [4]

22/

185..with stopping means for acting directly upon the belt in an emergency, e.g. by clamping or friction [7]

 

22/

19..with means for reducing belt tension during use under normal conditions [7]

 

22/

195..with means to tension the belt in an emergency (electrical circuits for triggering safety arrangements B60R 21/01) [7]

 

22/

20..adjustable in position, e.g. in height  [4]

22/

22..secured to the vehicle floor  [4]

22/

24..secured to the side, door, or roof of the vehicle  [4]

22/

26..secured to the seat  [4]

22/

28.incorporating energy-absorbing devices  [4]

22/

30.Coupling devices other than buckles, including length-adjusting fittings (buckles A44B 11/00; releasable fastenings in general F16B)  [4]

22/

32.Devices for releasing in an emergency, e.g. after an accident  [4]

22/

34.Belt retractors, e.g. reels (anchoring devices with means to tension the belt in an emergency B60R 22/195) [4,7]

22/

343..with electrically actuated locking means  [6]

22/

347..with means for permanently locking the retractor during the wearing of the belt (B60R 22/343, B60R 22/415 take precedence)  [6]

22/

35...the locking means being automatically actuated  [6]

22/

353....in response to belt movement when a wearer applies the belt  [6]

22/

357....in response to fastening of the belt buckle  [6]

22/

36..self-locking in an emergency (B60R 22/343 takes precedence)  [4]

22/

38...responsive only to belt movement  [4]

22/

40...responsive only to vehicle movement  [4]

22/

405...responsive to belt movement and vehicle movement  [6]

22/

41...with additional means for preventing locking under predetermined conditions  [6]

22/

415...with additional means allowing a permanent locking of the retractor during the wearing of the belt  [6]

22/

42...having means for acting directly upon the belt, e.g. by clamping or friction  [4]

22/

44..with means for reducing belt tension during use under normal conditions  [4]

22/

46..with means to tension the belt in an emergency (electrical circuits for triggering safety arrangements B60R 21/01) [4,7]

22/

48.Control systems, alarms, or interlock systems, for the correct application of the belt or harness  [4]


25/

00Vehicle fittings for preventing or indicating unauthorised use or theft of vehicles (anti-theft devices for wheel cover discs, rings or the like B60B 7/16; locks or bolts per se E05) [5]

25/

02.operating on steering mechanism

25/

04.preventing use of engine (engines, fittings for normal use, see the relevant classes for such engines or fittings)

25/

06.operating on transmission

25/

08.operating on brake

25/

10.actuating a signalling device


27/

00Other vehicle fittings; Vehicles, or vehicle parts, not provided for in the preceding groups


  B60R - B60R 19/56   
 

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