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Number: 73/482
Name: Measuring and testing > Rotor unbalance > Gravitational moment tilts rotor about axis transverse to spin axis
Description: Subject matter wherein the rotor is mounted with its spin axis vertical and any gravitational moment resulting from an unbalanced distribution of mass causes the rotor to tilt about an axis transverse to its rotational or spin axis.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
73/483 Universally tiltable 26

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4489605 Balancing machine for large rotatable parts Dec. 25, 1984
4407154 Bowling ball weighing and balancing device Oct. 4, 1983
4046018 Wheel balancing apparatus Sep. 6, 1977

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