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Number: 366/52
Name: Agitating > Mortar mixer type > With dynamic delivery > Scraper or deflector
Description: Subject matter wherein the means for removing material from the mixing chamber is a scraper or a deflector.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6461033 Portable mixing apparatus Oct. 8, 2002
4874588 Method and apparatus for rapidly dissolving polymers in water Oct. 17, 1989
4845192 Method of rapidly dissolving polymer gels in water Jul. 4, 1989
4778277 Mixing device Oct. 18, 1988
4368985 Mixer for granular products, in particular for foundry sand Jan. 18, 1983
4268174 Concrete mixer May. 19, 1981
4231664 Method and apparatus for combining high speed horizontal and high speed vertical continuous mixing of chemically bonded foundry sand Nov. 4, 1980
4009868 Front-discharge transit concrete mixer Mar. 1, 1977
3995837 Apparatus for mixing foundry materials Dec. 7, 1976

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