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ISO 9999 - Subclass and Divisions

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15 09 Assistive products for eating and drinking

Weighted cuffs, see 04 48 18.
Assistive products for handling containers, see 24 06 00.
Grip adapters and attachments, see 24 18 06.
Non-slip pads, see 24 27 06.

15 09 03 Assistive products for serving food and drink

Containers from which food and drink are served and the utensils used for this action.
Included are, e.g., heated serving dishes and vacuum flasks.
Assistive products for carrying and transporting, see 24 36 00.

15 09 06 Food dispensers

Containers measuring out a predetermined amount of, e.g., sugar or oil.

15 09 09 Stoppers and funnels

Devices preventing excess quantities of liquid from being poured out of a vessel. Funnels are cone-shaped devices which reduce spillage when liquid is poured through them into a vessel.

15 09 13 Cutlery, chopsticks and straws

Devices used when eating to cut food or on/in/through which food is moved from a container into a person's mouth.
Grip adapters and attachments, see 24 18 06.

15 09 16 Mugs and glasses, cups and saucers

Grip adapters and attachments, see 24 18 06.

15 09 18 Plates and bowls

Included are, e.g., warm water plates, bowls with a cover or handgrip, and serving boards.

15 09 21 Food guards

Products that can be fitted to the side of a plate to provide a raised edge that prevents food from being pushed off of the plate.

15 09 24 Egg cups

15 09 27 Feeding apparatus

Powered or manual devices that enable a person to eat by bringing the food from the dish to the person's mouth.

15 09 30 Feeding probes

Tubes which enable liquid food to be introduced directly into the body.

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