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Number: 137/625.14
Name: Fluid handling > Systems > Multi-way valve unit > Sequentially progressive opening or closing of plural ports > With subsequent closing of first port > Flow combining with flow dividing
Description: Devices comprising two or more inlets or admissions passages and two or more outlets or discharge passages wherein there is flow combining followed by flow dividing.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7694679 Flow diverter for controlling the pressure and flow rate in CPAP device Apr. 13, 2010
7527055 Flow diverter for controlling the pressure and flow rate in CPAP device May. 5, 2009
6341731 Thermostatic mixing valve with sequential manual control Jan. 29, 2002
5193582 Water diverter valve Mar. 16, 1993
4574842 Water distribution valve Mar. 11, 1986
4056019 Torque converter transmission and valve arrangement therefor Nov. 1, 1977

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