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Number: 976/DIG.254
Name: Nuclear technology > Arrangements for treating, for handling, or for facilitating the handling of, fuel or other materials which are used within the reactor (e.g., within its pressure vessel) [g21c-19/00] > Details of handling arrangements [g21c-19/02] > Lifting devices or pulling devices adapted for cooperation with fuel elements or with control elements [g21c-19/10] > With latching devices and ball couplings [g21c-19/10f]
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Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4666200 Safety grapple May. 19, 1987
4645256 Gravity actuated gripper Feb. 24, 1987
4586740 Latch assembly May. 6, 1986
4486666 Coupling devices to containers for radioactive material Dec. 4, 1984
3936089 Gripping device for a lifting mechanism, especially in a core reactor for depositing and picking up fuel elements and control rods Feb. 3, 1976











 
 
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