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Material distributing and mixing apparatus










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #4034965.

Apparatus for mixing or distributing a material or materials having no moving parts in which one or more elements are fitted into a conduit. Substantial radial displacement of material flowing in the conduit is achieved over a short distance with minimum pressure drop. Each element initially imparts a rotational vector to the material stream and then transforms the rotational vector to a lateral or radial vector.








 
 
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