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Huggins; Warren L.
Gibsonia, PA
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5401396 Self-cleaning stationary basket strainer March 28, 1995
A self-cleaning stationary basket strainer has a housing with an inlet adjacent the top and an outlet adjacent the bottom, with a stationary strainer basket contained therein spaced from the wall of the housing. A flush discharge opening and a backwash discharge opening and provided in
5370791 Backwashable self-cleaning strainer December 6, 1994
A backwashable self-cleaning strainer has a vertical housing containing a rotatable strainer basket. The housing has an inlet adjacent the top thereof and an outlet adjacent the bottom wall, with a flush discharge opening in the bottom wall. Components for rotating the strainer basket

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