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Sack handling device
T999001 Sack handling device
Patent Drawings:Drawing: T999001-2    Drawing: T999001-3    Drawing: T999001-4    
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Inventor: Bevan
Date Issued: October 7, 1980
Application: 06/060,125
Filed: July 24, 1979
Inventors: Bevan; Ronald (Steeple Morden, Royston, Hertfordshire, GB2)
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U.S. Class: 414/793.4
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Abstract: A device for handling filled sacks in a stacking machine comprises a gantry; means for securing the gantry to a transportation device; a platform for supporting the filled sacks, suspended from the gantry so as to be moveable therealong between a forward position and a retracted position; and a fence mounted in a fixed position with respect to the gantry and located above the platform to act as a barrier against movement of any sacks supported on the platform as the latter is withrawn from the forward to the retracted position.
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