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Number: 452/181
Name: Butchering > Conveyer > Metering (e.g., from bulk supply)
Description: Subject matter wherein carcass or carcass portions are fed to the conveyor system a certain rate to assure generally uniform spacing thereon.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8678886 Food-product loader for food process lines Mar. 25, 2014
5470274 Device for classifying carcasses of large cattle, calves, hogs or sheep Nov. 28, 1995
5376041 Method for regulating the flow of animals through a slaughtering facility Dec. 27, 1994
5090941 Apparatus for feeding fish processing machines Feb. 25, 1992
4692965 Shrimp processing method and device Sep. 15, 1987
4651385 Apparatus for feeding fish to a fish processing machine Mar. 24, 1987
4399588 Automatic fish feeder and orientator Aug. 23, 1983
4304029 Oyster processing method Dec. 8, 1981
4143444 Oyster processing apparatus Mar. 13, 1979

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