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Number: 366/39
Name: Agitating > Mortar mixer type > With dynamic charging > Skip
Description: Subject matter wherein the dynamic charge means is a skip or tilting bucket.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7879972 Method of drying a material having a cohesive phase Feb. 1, 2011
7592417 Method of drying a material having a cohesive phase Sep. 22, 2009
7271237 Method of drying a material having a cohesive phase Sep. 18, 2007
6183123 Fiber additive concrete manufacturing method Feb. 6, 2001
5261739 Multifunction construction machine Nov. 16, 1993
4339204 Apparatus for use in the production of concrete Jul. 13, 1982
4268175 Tractor mounted self-loading concrete mixing apparatus May. 19, 1981
4191478 Mixing apparatus for concrete or other bulk material Mar. 4, 1980
4103352 Transporter and loading box for concrete mixer Jul. 25, 1978











 
 
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