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Rinaldo Planca, José Carlos Veneziano: Safety system to prevent the functioning of a blender or food processor if the top of its cup is not in place. Arno, Browdy and Neimark P L L C, October 28, 2003: US06637681 (36 worldwide citation)

The invention is related to an electrical appliance from the type blender of food processor, comprising a base including an electric motor, a container able to be removably secured on said base, said container having a cylindrical open top, a food processing tool mounted in the bottom of said contai ...


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William A Meeker: Conveyor belt. Bacon & Thomas, October 22, 1996: US05566817 (35 worldwide citation)

A conveyor belt, particularly suited to the food processing industry, includes a tension-bearing framework of transversely extending rods connected to tension bearing interconnected links into which is attached a series of loose-fitting modular product support members. The product support modules in ...


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William A Williams Jr: Julienne cutter tool. Wilson Research & Development, Parmelee Johnson Bollinger & Bramblett, April 22, 1980: US04198887 (35 worldwide citation)

A julienne cutter tool and method of making are described, the cutter being intended for use in rotary food processing apparatus of the type having an upright working bowl with a vertical motor-driven tool shaft extending up into the bowl. The julienne cutter has a hub engageable with said tool shaf ...


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Irving R Belinkoff: Food processor. Kidde Consumer Durables, Seidel Gonda & Goldhammer, September 12, 1978: US04113188 (35 worldwide citation)

The food processor includes a housing having a motor chamber disposed alongside of a food processing bowl thereby materially decreasing the overall height of the apparatus. A lid is removably attached to the bowl and when properly in position, actuates a motor control switch on the housing whereby t ...


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Wal Hung Wong: Electronic food processor. Kayue Electric Company, Alix Yale & Ristas, June 4, 2002: US06397735 (35 worldwide citation)

A food processor incorporates an electronic motor control and display. Times relevant to the operation of the food processor are displayed for reference by the user. A user can select a food processing cycle duration, in which case the display is operated in a count-down mode. If no duration is sele ...


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Robert B Forney, Ernest C Brown: Radiant wall/hot air impingement oven. Pyramid Food Processing Equip Mfg, Thomas M Freiburger, August 24, 1999: US05942142 (34 worldwide citation)

An oven for cooking foods, and especially for browning foods, has heated, radiant walls. Heat may be supplied by a gas burner flame in a plenum behind the walls, with products of combustion thus being isolated from the food in the oven chamber. In one embodiment food products are continuously convey ...


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Gerald J Sombrio: Food transportation method. Nawrocki Rooney & Sivertson, December 19, 1995: US05476673 (34 worldwide citation)

A method for processing a single food product through a food processing plant. The method comprises the steps of providing a length of casing, wherein the casing has a first end and a second end. The casing further has sufficient inherent strength as provided to support a selected food product. The ...


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Michael T Nixon: Acoustical panels. Orrin M Haugen, Thomas J Nikolai, March 4, 1986: US04574099 (34 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to the field of sound control equipment, and particularly to an acoustical panel for absorbing sound generated by equipment in a sterile environment such as a clean room, kitchen, food processing plant or drug manufacturing facility. The acoustical panel is comprised of an inn ...


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Claude L McFarlane, David E Lukens: Food processing system with simplified loading and transfer. DEC International, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, October 11, 1994: US05354230 (34 worldwide citation)

A food processing system (10) includes a first conveyor (12) having sprocket driven chains (14 and 16) extending along a loading run (26) and a return run (28) at a loading station (80). A support bar (52) extends transversely between the chains (14 and 16), and has a first movable hook (62) and a s ...


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Chung Lun Yip: Food processor. Leydig Voit & Mayer, October 26, 1999: US05970860 (34 worldwide citation)

A food processor includes a food processing unit and a separate base for holding the food processing unit in position for operation. The food process unit and base have respective portions for releasable inter-connection. The base includes a bottom suction member for releasable attachment by suction ...