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Number: 452/4
Name: Butchering > Crustacean (e.g., shrimp, crab, lobster, crayfish) > Shrimp processing > Beheader
Description: Subject matter for severing the head from the body of a shrimp.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8574041 Shrimp deheading station Nov. 5, 2013
5429546 Processing whole crayfish to simulate finger lobster serving Jul. 4, 1995
5405287 Method and apparatus for processing shrimp Apr. 11, 1995
5195921 Apparatus for deheading and cleansing shrimp Mar. 23, 1993
4941233 Method and apparatus for processing shrimp Jul. 17, 1990
4934028 Apparatus for deheading and grading shrimp Jun. 19, 1990
4916776 Method and apparatus for processing shrimp Apr. 17, 1990
4692965 Shrimp processing method and device Sep. 15, 1987
4553287 Device and process for cleaning shrimp and the like Nov. 19, 1985
4531261 Apparatus for scraping off heads of fish and crustacea Jul. 30, 1985
4262389 Prawn/shrimp heading Apr. 21, 1981
4054970 Apparatus for deheading shrimp Oct. 25, 1977
4016625 Apparatus for sizing and deheading shrimp Apr. 12, 1977

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