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Number: 137/505.43
Name: Fluid handling > Line condition change responsive valves > With separate connected fluid reactor surface > With opening bias (e.g., pressure regulator) > Reactor surface closes chamber > Valve head in inlet chamber > With valve closing bias > In reactor chamber
Description: Devices in which the bias tending to close the valve is located in the reactor surface, or outlet, chamber.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8360098 Monodirectional intake pressure stabilization structure of pneumatic tool Jan. 29, 2013
6523565 Pressure regulator Feb. 25, 2003
5303734 Pressure regulator Apr. 19, 1994
4776368 Fluid pressure regulator Oct. 11, 1988











 
 
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