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Agitator paddle rotor for mash kettles

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #5813761.

An agitator paddle rotor for mash kettles in brewing, the rotor being rotatingly arranged above the bottom of the mash kettle, comprising at least two radially extending agitator paddles of which each comprises at least one obliquely oriented paddle section. To obtain an effective thorough mixing, at least one paddle section has a front paddle portion which is the front one in rotational direction and which substantially ends in parallel with the bottom of the mash kettle, an upwardly oriented central paddle portion, and a rear paddle portion which is the rear one in rotational direction and is substantially oriented in parallel with the bottom of the mash kettle.

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