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Number: 141/185
Name: Fluent material handling, with receiver or receiver coacting means > With conveying means to supply successive receivers > With interconnected contents discharge means > With predetermined number of cycles > Single group filled by rows
Description: Apparatus in which receivers are filled as a group a row at a time, the filling of a row comprising a cycle.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6588457 Method for packaging uniform small doses of finely divided substances Jul. 8, 2003
6357495 Device for filling a blister band with products Mar. 19, 2002
6343628 Machine for filling bottles with liquid Feb. 5, 2002
6053220 Volume-based auto seed-dispensing apparatus Apr. 25, 2000
5529099 Apparatus for metering and filling flowable viscous or pasty products into containers Jun. 25, 1996
4953600 Method and apparatus for transferring a predetermined portion to a container Sep. 4, 1990
4733702 Apparatus for forming and packaging unstable products Mar. 29, 1988
4515187 Compound dispensing method and apparatus May. 7, 1985

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