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Hog Beater Shaft Attachment (Patent No: 214698)

Inventor: Carpenter, Frank G.

Location: Sioux City, Iowa

Comments: N/A

Description: John T. Tighs, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, assignee of Frank G. Carpenter, Sioux City, Iowa, U.S.A., 13th December, 1921. Filed 29th October, 1920. Receipt No. 337,724.

Claim.—1. In a hog-beater shaft attachment, the combination with a driven shaft and drum elements mounted thereon, of plates hinged to said drum elements and beaters carried by said plates.

3. In a hog-beater shaft attachment, the combination with a driven shaft of supporting elements carried by said shaft and adapted to articulate relative thereto, and beaters on said supporting elements and adapted to flex relative thereto.

6. A hog-beater shaft attachment, comprising in combination with a driven shaft, a plurality of drum sections adapted to be arranged in sequence around said shaft, each of said drum sections being formed at its ends with portions extending outwardly substantially radially of the shaft and in contact with similar end portions of adjacent sections, means for clamping said end sections together to secure the sections on said shaft, one end portion of each of said sections projecting a considerable distance beyond the other, and beater devices hinged to the projecting ends of said drum sections.

Claims allowed, 6.

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