ISO 9999 - Subclass and Divisions
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15 15 Assistive products for making and maintaining textiles
Clothes and shoes, see 09 03 00.
Glasses, lenses and lens systems for magnification, see 22 03 09.
Assistive products for extending and adjusting the range and angle of the field vision, see 22 03 15.
Measuring instruments, see 27 06 00.
Machines for production and processing of commercial goods, see 28 15 09.
Tools, materials and equipment for textile handicraft, see 30 18 03.
Devices that hold material in a fixed position while sewing or darning.
Included are, e.g., embroidering rings.
Assistive products for fixation, see 24 27 00.
Assistive products for fixing and positioning workpieces and tools, see 28 12 06.
Included are, e.g.,needle threaders and thimbles.
Assistive products for cutting, chopping and dividing to prepare food and drink, see 15 03 06.
Handicraft tools, materials and equipment, see 30 18 00.
Devices that squeeze out excess liquid from laundry.
Dishcloth wringers, see 15 06 15.
Clips or forked devices for attaching clothes onto a clothesline. Also known as a clothespeg.
Included are, e.g., tumble dryers, drying cabinets, spin dryers, airers, drying frames and clotheslines.
Included are, e.g., doormats.
Devices for cleaning a wheelchair or any part of a wheelchair, see 12 24 28.