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Dixon Norman Henry Price, Marr David: Improvements in and relating to mine and like haulage systems and apparatus. Crawley Ind Products, August 22, 1962: GB903871-A

903,871. Bunkering conveyers. CRAWLEY INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS Ltd. Feb. 9, 1961 [Nov. 10, 1959], No. 38066/59. Classes 78 (1) and 78 (4). , A conveyer system for coal includes a bunkering unit comprising scraper-conveyers 2 having spill-plates 3 which divide the unit into separate bunkering channels any ...


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Improvements in or relating to buoys for ship loading, unloading or bunkering. Internat Marine And Oil Dev Co, April 10, 1963: GB923328-A

923,328. Buoys. A.B. INTERNATIONAL MARINE & OIL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. May 10, 1961 [May 16, 1960], No. 16953/61. Class 68 (1). [Also in Group XXVIII] Mounted in a central opening extending down through a buoy 10 so moored by several anchors as to be unable to rotate about the longitudinal axis of ...


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While Francis Benjamin, O& 039, Sullivan Thomas, Sizer George: Improvements in elevators.. While Francis Benjamin, O& 039, Sullivan Thomas, Sizer George, February 20, 1919: GB123224-A

123,224. White, F. B., O'Sullivan, T., and Sizer, G. April 13, 1918. Fixed-bucket elevators; discharging-devices; driving-gear; suspending from overhead supports; directing and adjustably supporting.-The buckets C of an elevator for transferring coal, grain, ore, &c., discharging colliers, barges, & ...


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Improvements in connection with vessels for bunkering ships with coal. John Donaldson, April 22, 1926: GB250759-A

250,759. Donaldson, J. Jan. 25, 1926. Vessels, trough and tunnel systems for emptying.-Relates to barges &c. equipped with conveyer and elevator mechanism for transferring their cargo to ships' holds. The coal or other cargo passes through doors 3 in the sides of a tunnel 4 and falls on to the upper ...


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READ WILLIAM GEORGE: [en] Improvements in Coal Bunkering Vessels.. READ WILLIAM GEORGE, December 9, 1915: GB191424008-A

[en] 24,008. Read, W. G. Dec. 14. Staiths and elevated structures.-To enable coal to be discharged either into hatches on a vessel or into side ports at a considerably lower level than the hatches, a coaling-vessel a carries a bucket conveyer track d arranged on an elevated structure having a portio ...


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HAROLD WILLIAM HUGH: [en] Improved System of Transporting, Bunkering, Loading and Discharging Coal and other Cargoes, and Apparatus therefor.. HAROLD WILLIAM HUGH, August 3, 1905: GB190418990-A

[en] 18,990. Harold, W. H. Sept. 2. Barges compartments.-Relates to the transporting of bulk or bagged cargoes, especially to the bunkering, loading, and discharging of vessels, and consists in employing a barge divided into sections, each of which receives a bucket or box. The barge a has longitudi ...


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[en] Improvements in Projectors for Coal and like Solid Materials.. W J JENKINS & COMPANY, WILLIAM GREGORY GIBBONS, December 17, 1914: GB191415561-A

[en] 15,561. Gibbons, W. G., and Jenkins & Co., W. J. June 29. Flat endless belt conveyers idler rollers.-In projectors for bunkering coal or charging gasretorts, of the type in which coal passes from a hopper f between two drums e on to a band a, excessive strain is provided against by resiliently ...


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Arrangement in mines for associating a face conveyor with a roadway conveyor. Gewerk Eisenhuette Westfalia, June 3, 1964: GB959879-A

959,879. Endless conveyers. GEWERKSCHAFT EISENHUTTE WESTFALIA. Jan. 21, 1963 [July 27, 1962], No. 2501/63. Heading B8A. An arrangement in mines for communicating the end of a face conveyer 7 projecting into a roadway 1 with a roadway conveyer 20 comprises an intermediate twin chain scraper conveyer ...


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YOO SEONG JIN, LEE SUNG JUN, CHOI DONG KYU: SHIP FOR SUPPLYING LIQUEFIED FUEL GAS, SCHIFF ZUR LIEFERUNG VON FLÜSSIGTREIBGAS, NAVIRE POUR RAVITAILLEMENT EN GAZ COMBUSTIBLE LIQUÉFIÉ. DAEWOO SHIPBUILDING & MARINE, August 22, 2012: EP2489585-A2

A ship for bunkering liquefied fuel gas to a liquefied-fuel-gas propulsion ship includes: a liquefied-fuel-gas storage tank installed in the ship a fuel supply pipe connected to the liquefied-fuel-gas storage tank and supplying fuel to the liquefied-fuel-gas propulsion ship and a BOG collection pipe ...


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Voss Kurt Heinz: Device for vertical downward transportation. Bergwerksverband, June 20, 1986: FR2574766-A1

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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