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Number: 366/76.3
Name: Agitating > Rubber or heavy plastic working > With specified feed means > Screw feeder distinct from agitator
Description: Subject matter wherein the means for conveying or admitting material is a continuous helical blade which is rotated about its longitudinal axis and is clearly distinguishable in function and structure from the agitator in the mixing chamber










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Class Number Class Name Patents
366/76.4 Plural screws 25


Patents under this class:
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4124307 Homogenizer for viscous materials Nov. 7, 1978
4063718 Process and apparatus for extruding plastic and similar materials Dec. 20, 1977
4054271 Device for the working of candy dough hard and/or filled candies and a device for carrying out this proceeding Oct. 18, 1977
4014462 Scrap recovery and feed system Mar. 29, 1977
3966177 Feed device for plastics processing machines Jun. 29, 1976

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