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Air comb arrangement for jet dyeing machine

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #4584854.

Apparatus for the application of liquids to moving material, such as patterned application of dyes to moving textile material, including a liquid applicator positioned above the material path of travel for continuously discharging liquid in a row of plural streams downwardly onto the material, means for selectively deflecting selected of the continuously flowing streams in accordance with a pattern control device, and collection means for receiving the deflected liquid to prevent its contact with the moving material. The apparatus includes a novel air comb with air supply tubes in a pre-selected position relative to its particular dye jet in order to efficiently deflect the dye jet in the proper direction at the proper time.

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