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Pipe or hose couplings. Spp Group, January 2, 1975: GB1379519-A (2 worldwide citation)

1379519 Pipe couplings SPP GROUP Ltd 16 Dec 1971 [16 Dec 1970 13 May 1971] 59798/70 and 14794/71 Heading F2G On bringing pipes 6 and 14 together, collet 2 enters pipe 14 and, on being retracted, relatively to pipe 6, is expanded by the wedging action of the rim 26 of a stationary ring 24, so that th ...


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Mooney John Christopher: Installation for conveying,bunkering and discharging coal and other bulk materials. Horsfield & R, March 22, 1967: GB1062911-A (2 worldwide citation)

1,062,911. Storage bunkers discharging. R. HORSFIELD & CO. Ltd. July 29, 1964 [Aug. 2, 1963; Sept. 5, 1963], Nos. 17367/63 and 35098/63. Heading B8E. An even flow of material is produced on a conveyer 7, Fig. 1, by a plough 17 which moves longitudinally of a delivery conveyer 8 deflecting material i ...


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Levander Oskar, Sipilä Tuomas: Method for operating a lng fuelled marine vessel. Wärtsilä Finland Oy, Levander Oskar, Sipilä Tuomas, AWEK INDUSTRIAL PATENTS OY, May 22, 2009: WO/2009/063127 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method and system for operating a LNG fuelled marine vessel. The marine vessel (1) comprises a LNG storage tank (3) and a LNG fuelled power plant (71). LNG is stored in the LNG storage tank, and in connection with a bunkering operation the marine vessel is supplied with LN ...


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Mark Pastore: Process for operating a furnace with bituminous coal and method for reducing slag formation therewith. Environmental Energy Services, Richard P Gilly, Offit Kurman P C, January 10, 2017: US09541288 (1 worldwide citation)

There is provided a process for operating a coal-fired furnace to generate heat. The process has the steps of a) providing the coal to the furnace and b) combusting the coal in the presence of a first slag-reducing ingredient and a second slag-reducing ingredient in amounts effective to reduce slag ...


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Joel Weinstein, Aart R Pruysen, Steven M Jones, John Ansdell Houghton: System and method for preventing false flow measurements in a vibrating meter. Micro Motion, The Ollila Law Group, December 26, 2017: US09851239 (1 worldwide citation)

A meter electronics (20) for a vibrating meter (5) is provided. The vibrating meter (5) includes a sensor assembly located within a pipeline (301). The sensor assembly (10) is in fluid communication with one or more fluid switches (309). The meter electronics (20) is configured to measure one or mor ...


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Bruno Deletre, Arthur Barret: Handling system for flexible conduit. GAZTRANSPORT ET TECHNIGAZ, Notaro Michalos & Zaccaria P C, August 15, 2017: US09731795 (1 worldwide citation)

A motorized support device for a handling system intended to handle at least one flexible pipe for transferring fluid; the support device comprises: a frame, a support borne by the frame, the support having an upper support surface for supporting the flexible pipe on the frame, and a drive member bo ...


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Voss Kurt Heinz: Device for vertical downward transportation. Bergwerksverband, June 18, 1986: GB2168329-A (1 worldwide citation)

In the vertical downward transportation for bunkering, especially of waste material, a pipe 1 is used, composed of sections, which pipe has an internal guide control spiral. The pipe (1) has a diameter of at least 1 meter and the spiral (2) has no helical eye and is arranged with an upward incline o ...


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Improvements in or relating to mooring buoys, particularly for ship bunkering. Internat Marine And Oil Dev Co, August 30, 1961: GB876392-A (1 worldwide citation)

876,392. Buoys. INTERNATIONAL MARINE & OIL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION A. B. May 19, 1960 [May 23, 1959], No. 17631/60. Class 68(1). In order that a ship may be secured to and swing about a non-swinging buoy 1 there is provided on the top of the buoy an outwardly facing circular channel 5, 6 in which ca ...


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Marine loading arm bunkering arrangement. Exxon Res, February 18, 1981: GB1584855-A (1 worldwide citation)

An articulated branch assembly comprising pipe member and appropriately arranged combinations of fluid carrying swivels, ball joints, or rubber hose is fixed to the outboard end of a conventional marine cargo loading arm. The branch assembly is used for bunkering vessels while the arm is supported o ...


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