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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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Attac John Christopher Mooney: Automatic control system for bunker storage and handling of bulk material. Horsfield & R, March 22, 1967: GB1062912-A

1,062,912. Conveying material from the working face in mines. R. HORSFIELD & CO. Ltd. Dec. 7, 1964 [Sept. 5, 1963], No. 35099/63. Heading B8E. An automatic control system for use with installations for conveying and bunkering coal and other bulk materials, or installations for bunkering and loading ...


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Thompson Francis Peter: Bunkering apparatus. Coal Industry Patents, November 17, 1971: GB1253982-A

1,253,982. Bunkering. COAL INDUSTRY (PATENTS) Ltd. 17 June, 1969 [18 June, 1968], No. 28931/68. Headings B8A and B8E. [Also in Division G3] Solid particulate material is discharged into one part of a container and, when the material therein reaches a predetermined height, a detector causes the disch ...


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Low Alexander Charles: Apparatus for conveying and storing minerals in a mine.. Mavor & Coulson, October 29, 1969: GB1168729-A

1,168,729. Conveying and bunkering in mines. MAVOR & COULSON Ltd. 25 July, 1968 [4 Aug., 1967; 2 April, 1968], Nos. 35926/67 and 15818/68. Headings B8A and B8E. [Also in Division G1] In apparatus for conveying and storing mineral in a mine, control means ensures that a predetermined weight of minera ...


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Marine bunkering. Emco Wheaton, January 28, 1976: GB1422663-A

1422663 Liquid transfer apparatus EMCO WHEATON UK Ltd 19 April 1974 [29 May 1973] 26074/73 Heading B8E Liquid transfer apparatus mountable on a barge for bunkering a ship comprises reach arms 1, 2 mounted on a base 4 and relatively pivotable by rams 18, 20 and swivable on the base by a slew motor 16 ...


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Newsum John: An improved method and means for bunkering. Qualter Hall & Company Sales L, April 20, 1966: GB1026562-A

1,026,562. Storage bunkers. QUALTER, HALL & CO. (SALES) Ltd. June 18, 1964 [March 19, 1963], No. 10822/63. Heading B8E. A storage bunker for coal or the like comprising a train of open bottom wheeled hopper cars 10 movable on rails 11 from a position below the discharge end of an upper endless conve ...


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Wright John William: Improvements in bunkering apparatus. Hanmade Conveyor Company, October 16, 1968: GB1130852-A

1,130,852. Storage bunkers. HANMADE CONVEYOR CO. Ltd. 2 Feb., 1966 [23 March, 1965], No. 12127/65. Heading B8E. A mine storage bunker apparatus comprises a supply conveyer 11, a discharge conveyer 15, and a false bottom of variable length in the form of a belt 18. A plough 14 on a carriage 14a is mo ...


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Strauss Karl: Furnace and method of operating the furnace. Steag, June 15, 1983: GB2110356-A

It is known how to operate coal- fired furnaces with at least one pulveriser with intermediate bunkering of the pulverised fuel or with at least one pulveriser with direct injection of the pulverised fuel. Both types of installations have certain disadvantages. According to the invention, there is p ...