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Number: 137/175
Name: Fluid handling > Diverse fluid containing pressure systems > Fluid separating traps or vents > Plural discriminating outlets for diverse fluids > Choke or restricted passage gas bleed
Description: Separating traps wherein one of the discriminating outlets is a restricted gas bleed, which by its small size acts or tends to act as a discriminating gas outlet.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
137/176 From above liquid level 7

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6706145 Aqueous adhesive dispersions and the use thereof in the production of multi-layered paper Mar. 16, 2004
6003167 Apparatus for eliminating gas from a fluid piping system Dec. 21, 1999
5042582 Horizontal heater/treater and/or vapor tight oil battery Aug. 27, 1991
4932431 Coupling with heat fusible actuator member Jun. 12, 1990
4815702 Gate valve with poppet closure Mar. 28, 1989
4268472 Valve May. 19, 1981

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