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Number: 137/505.35
Name: Fluid handling > Line condition change responsive valves > With separate connected fluid reactor surface > With opening bias (e.g., pressure regulator) > Reactor surface separated by apertured partition > Valve stem passes through the aperture > Valve head in inlet chamber > Rectilinear valve stem rigid with reactor surface
Description: Devices in which the valve stem through the aperture is straight and rigidly joins the reactor to the valve which has at least one head in the inlet chamber.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7168445 Intra-cylinder tubular pressure regulator Jan. 30, 2007
7086414 Gas bottle assembly Aug. 8, 2006
6179226 High pressure cleaning device having suds cleaning efficacy Jan. 30, 2001
5746245 Meters May. 5, 1998
5520214 Regulator and fill valve May. 28, 1996
5002089 Variable area refrigerant expansion device for heating mode of a heat pump Mar. 26, 1991
4964611 Valve for pressurized media Oct. 23, 1990
4660601 Valve arrangement Apr. 28, 1987
4004715 Fluid dispensing apparatus Jan. 25, 1977
3955590 Regulator for vehicle leveling systems May. 11, 1976

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