Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Browse by Category: Main > Industrial
Class Information
Number: 366/164.2
Name: Agitating > Having specified feed means > By suction > By stirrer > Conduit integral with stirrer
Description: Subject matter wherein the stirrer is mounted for rotation about a fixed axis and the material is fed by the suction to the chamber through a conduit that is fixed to or part of the stirrer so as to be substantially immovable with respect to the stirrer.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
366/164.3 Detachably or adjustably mounted on drive shaft 2
366/164.5 Outlet behind blade 2


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8648150 Method for producing water absorbent resin Feb. 11, 2014
5156778 Mixing device Oct. 20, 1992











 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Milk frother
Method for manufacturing a substrate for a display device
Liposomes with improved drug retention for treatment of cancer
Methods and apparatus for low power out-of-band communications
Photovoltaic system with integrated photovoltaic panel and battery
Indicating transfer in an IMS network
Method and apparatus for detecting and tracking vehicles
  Randomly Featured Patents
Vehicular telephone station set security pedestal
Cable fitting for the protection of a cable connection in a medium voltage technology
Reducing oxides on a switching fluid in a fluid-based switch
Process for production of dense soda, light soda, sodium bicarbonate and sodium silicate from solutions containing bicarbonate
Method for channel estimation in a point-to-point communication network
Well logging apparatus having toroidal induction antenna for measuring, while drilling, resistivity of earth formations
Device for controlling the jet of carburetted mixture delivered by a pneumatic injection system
Wireless communication system and its method, and device and program used for same
Connecting device and method
Telecommunications call preservation in the presence of control failure and high processing load