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Number: 137/119.02
Name: Fluid handling > Self-proportioning or correlating systems > Self-controlled branched flow systems > Plural outflows > Alternately or successively substituted outflow > Four port reversing valve
Description: Subject matter including a four way valve having an inlet port, an outlet port and two intermediate ports, the valve being selectively movable into two positions, in one position the inlet port being connected to the first intermediate port and the second intermediate port being connected to the outlet port, and in the other position the inlet port being connected to the second intermediate port and the first intermediate port being connected to the outlet port.

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