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Number: 452/7
Name: Butchering > Crustacean (e.g., shrimp, crab, lobster, crayfish) > Vibratory meat removal
Description: Subject matter relating to the separation of meat from shell by subjecting the crustacean to a rapid reciprocating movement.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5928072 Water based crab meat extraction process with water recirculation Jul. 27, 1999
5542877 Method and apparatus for extracting meat from crab claws Aug. 6, 1996
4564978 Crab body supporting means for a vibratory type machine for removing edible meat Jan. 21, 1986
4321730 Core box supporting means for vibratory type crab processing machine Mar. 30, 1982
4124920 Method for separating edible crab meat from non-edible portions of cooked crabs Nov. 14, 1978
4003103 Apparatus for separating edible crab meat from non-edible portions of cooked crabs Jan. 18, 1977

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