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Number: 366/151.2
Name: Agitating > Having specified feed means > Responsive to condition sensor > Responsive to location of mixing chamber
Description: Subject matter wherein the sensor is responsive to the position of the mixing chamber.










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7654727 Method and apparatus for producing an aqueous paint composition from a plurality of premixed compositions Feb. 2, 2010
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6543490 Aerosol colorant charging system and method Apr. 8, 2003
6353053 Method and device for producing polyurethanes containing filling materials Mar. 5, 2002
4918659 Apparatus and method for adding a selected additive into a mixture Apr. 17, 1990
4913554 Lifting apparatus Apr. 3, 1990
4886367 Apparatus for adding a selected additive into a mixture Dec. 12, 1989
4854714 Blender vehicle apparatus Aug. 8, 1989
4850701 Skid-mounted self-leveling mixer apparatus Jul. 25, 1989
4802141 Self-leveling mixer with mechanical agitation Jan. 31, 1989
4490047 Constant level additive mixing system Dec. 25, 1984











 
 
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