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Number: 137/126
Name: Fluid handling > Siphons > Plural > Sequentially discharging in parallel
Description: Apparatus in which the plural siphons operate successively to produce plural discharges from the same or from different supply chambers. Means are usually provided whereby the termination of the discharge of one of the siphons initiates the discharge of a subsequently operated siphon.










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Class Number Class Name Patents
137/127 From plural tanks 1


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7618407 Bag system with device for associating sampling receptacles Nov. 17, 2009
5832948 Liquid transfer system Nov. 10, 1998
4124035 Self priming siphon Nov. 7, 1978











 
 
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