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Number: 137/474
Name: Fluid handling > Line condition change responsive valves > Pop valves > Lost motion between pop pressure reactor and valve
Description: Valves in which the reactor moves relative to the valve parts and is capable of motion in some part of its range without causing movement of the valve.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5794652 Relief valve Aug. 18, 1998
5791372 Relief valve Aug. 11, 1998
5685484 Pressurized water toy having a pressure actuated pulsator Nov. 11, 1997
5144980 Fluid flow control apparatus Sep. 8, 1992
5141012 Cartridge-type disconnectable pressure relief valve system Aug. 25, 1992
4889154 Automatic shut-off valve Dec. 26, 1989
4858642 Impact resistant pressure relief valve Aug. 22, 1989
4567911 Cartridge type directional control valve Feb. 4, 1986
4192343 Full-flow relief valve Mar. 11, 1980











 
 
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