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Inventor:
Jay; Jeffrey L.
Address:
Winsted, MN
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4989504 Food processing vat February 5, 1991
An enclosed food processing vat is provided having two or more generally horizontally-oriented partial cylindrical inner wall sections, each inner wall section conforming to a first portion of an swept volume created by the rotation of an agitator means about a horizontal shaft, the dist
4861044 Hygenienic shaft seal for a food processing vat August 29, 1989
A hygienic shaft seal for a food processing vat is comprised of an annular seal adapted to be inserted into an aperture in a wall of the vat having a shaft extending therethrough for surrounding the shaft and preventing contamination of the food product contents of the vat, yet still all










 
 
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