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Parnaby Derek: Dewatering and compacting screen. Parnaby Cyclones International, February 15, 1984: GB2124099-A (38 worldwide citation)

Material 19 to be dewatered is supplied to lower end 20 of a screen 10 disposed between side walls 12, 14 and vibrated by a vibrator 24 which is mounted between the walls 12, 14 on a plate 26 whose inclination relative to the screen 10 is variable. The screen 10 is shaped to provide a plurality of s ...


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James L Read: Portable screening plant with outfeed conveyor. F T Read & Sons, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds, March 17, 1981: US04256572 (38 worldwide citation)

A portable loam screening apparatus includes a nearly-square, sloping shaker screen supported by a box-like frame. The frame has a tall end and a short end joined by two sides. Funneling surfaces directed toward the screen are provided along the upper edges of the tall end and the sides. A mixture o ...


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Kurt Wolff: Screening deck assembly. Firma Steinhaus, Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, February 27, 1979: US04141821 (38 worldwide citation)

A screening assembly comprising a plurality of screening elements, with each element including at least one hollow tubular protrusion extending through an aperture formed in a supporting grid. The protrusion is formed with a smaller diameter than the aperture and is expanded into clamping contact wi ...


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George Burgess, Ernest W Pitches: Separation of solids from liquids by screening. Contra Shear Holdings, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, December 2, 1980: US04236999 (37 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for the separation of solids and liquids from a suspension has a hollow drum rotatably mounted about a horizontal axis. The drum wall is a screen made of a plurality of wires, preferably wedge-sectioned wires; spaced apart in a parallel arrangement and lying axially along the drum. Inle ...


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William W Derrick, John J Bakula: Screen assembly for vibrating screening machine. Derrick Manufacturing Corporation, Joseph P Gastel, February 24, 1998: US05720881 (36 worldwide citation)

A screen assembly for a vibratory screening machine including a frame in the nature of a plate having spaced apertures therein, spaced frame members on opposite sides of the apertures, a screen formed in an undulating shape having substantially parallel ridges with downwardly sloping sides, troughs ...


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Manfred F A Freissle: Screening arrangement. Polydeck Screen Corporation, Curtis Morris & Safford, November 21, 1989: US04882044 (36 worldwide citation)

The invention provides for a screening panel of a synthetic plastics material which has a screening surface and plug socket connections adapted to secure the panel releasably in a side-by-side relationship with similar panels. The panel includes a spacer element along one peripheral edge of the pane ...


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Marshall G Bailey: Screen clamp. Thule United, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, July 11, 1989: US04846352 (36 worldwide citation)

A basket 1 of vibratory screening apparatus comprises inflatable elastomeric member 3 positioned to overlie a part of a screen member 5, 7 mounted in the basket. Inflation of the inflatable elastomeric member 3 causes it to press against a screen frame 7 of the screen member, clamping it against a s ...


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Irving W DeVoe, Bruce E Holbein: Insoluble chelating compositions. Devoe Holbein International, Schwartz Jeffery Schwaab Mack Blumenthal & Evans, December 2, 1986: US04626416 (36 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to insoluble compositions, which are capable of removing metal (e.g. selectively) from solution (e.g. Fe.sup.3+ from a liquid nutrient medium so as to lower the Fe.sup.3+ content to less than 0.1 .mu.M); the insoluble compositions comprise: a suitable insoluble carrier ...


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William G Guptail: General Kinematics Corporation, Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, November 15, 1983: US04415444 (36 worldwide citation)

Cooling air is introduced into the vibrating chamber of a sand reclaiming apparatus. A plurality of hollow inverted V-shaped ribs, extending longitudinally along the floor of the chamber distribute the air from an external source over the bottom region of the chamber. A gap is included between the l ...


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Wochnowski Waldemar, Friebel Heinz: Pneumatic tobacco classifying apparatus. Hauni Werke Korber & Co KG, April 11, 1972: US3655043 (36 worldwide citation)

A pneumatic tobacco classifying apparatus wherein a tower contains adjustable walls and a partition defining upper and lower classifying chambers connected by two discrete channels. An adjustable chute admits a mixture of tobacco ribs and tobacco leaf laminae into the range of an accelerating device ...