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Number: 366/31
Name: Agitating > Mortar mixer type > With dynamic charging > By vibration
Description: Subject matter wherein the force is applied to the material by vibrating element in the path conducting the material to the mixing chamber.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
366/32 Of skip or hopper 8


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8621817 Vertical vibrating screed Jan. 7, 2014
6398998 Method for producing bodies of consolidated particulate material Jun. 4, 2002
6352360 Continuous mixing plant Mar. 5, 2002
5100239 Method of manufacturing concrete Mar. 31, 1992
4958935 Method of breaking up bundles of adherent hard fibers and an oscillating screen Sep. 25, 1990
4556323 Concrete mixing and distribution equipment Dec. 3, 1985
4390281 Slurry gun Jun. 28, 1983
4092737 Method for preparing fibers for mixing into a sprayed concrete mass and a device for performing the method May. 30, 1978
4081109 Hammer system for cement meter Mar. 28, 1978











 
 
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