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Number: 452/20
Name: Butchering > Mollusk (e.g., oyster, clam, squid, mussel, octopus, snail, slug, scallop) > Eviscerating > By fluid pressure
Description: Subject matter wherein the viscera is extracted from the mollusk by applying a vacuum, or an air or liquid stream against either the viscera or the edible material.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6468142 Method and apparatus for processing squid Oct. 22, 2002
6110032 Shellfish processing apparatus Aug. 29, 2000
6086468 Method and apparatus for peeling-off bivalve, as well as bivalve before-separation heating device Jul. 11, 2000
4939814 Cultured mussel cleaning machine Jul. 10, 1990
4903373 Scallop eviscerating machine Feb. 27, 1990
4887333 Harvesting, shucking and eviscerating clams at sea Dec. 19, 1989
4703541 Apparatus for extracting meat from crustacean appendages Nov. 3, 1987
4361933 Method of shucking scallops and an apparatus therefor Dec. 7, 1982
4301571 Apparatus and method for extracting bellies from clam meat Nov. 24, 1981
4300264 Clam belly extractor Nov. 17, 1981
4285099 Squid processing machine Aug. 25, 1981
4249283 Method and apparatus for extracting clam bellies Feb. 10, 1981
4148112 Hydraulic evisceration of mollusks Apr. 10, 1979

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