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Number: 137/252
Name: Fluid handling > With liquid valves or liquid trap seals > Liquid valves > Branched passage for sealing liquid
Description: Apparatus in which at least one side of the liquid valve is provided with a branching path whereby as the sealing liquid rises on that side beyond a predetermined point it divides into a plurality of branches.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7661436 Liquid seal for recovering flared gas Feb. 16, 2010
7329535 Apparatus for circulating carrier fluid Feb. 12, 2008
6867401 Waveguide foreign object damage prevention window Mar. 15, 2005
6453928 Apparatus, and method for propelling fluids Sep. 24, 2002
4676274 Capillary flow control Jun. 30, 1987
4411286 Liquid seal valve Oct. 25, 1983

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