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IPC 7
  B65G 47/00 - B65G 51/46  
B65G05300-B65G06548
  B65G 67/00 - B65G 69/28  

SECTION B – PERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING


B 65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL


B 65 GTRANSPORT OR STORAGE DEVICES, e.g. CONVEYERS FOR LOADING OR TIPPING; SHOP CONVEYER SYSTEMS; PNEUMATIC TUBE CONVEYERS (transport or storage devices used in a particular handling or treatment of articles or materials, see the relevant subclass, e.g. in metal-working B21D 43/00, B23Q 7/00, B23Q 41/02; vehicle, railway, sea or aircraft aspects B60 to B64; transportation, conveyor or haulage systems specially adapted for motor vehicle or trailer assembly lines B62D 65/18; in packaging B65B; handling thin or filamentary materials B65H; hoisting, lifting, hauling, e.g. truck loaders B66; handling liquids B67; specially adapted to underground conditions E21F 13/00; storing or distributing gases or liquids F17; in handling radioactive materials G21C 19/00)


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00Conveying materials in bulk through troughs, pipes, or tubes by floating the materials, or by flow of gas, liquid, or foam (fluidising in connection with loading or unloading B65G 69/06; loaders for hay or like field crops A01D 87/00; fluidising devices facilitating filling or emptying of large containers B65D 88/72; dredging E02F; winning materials out of alluvial deposits E21C 45/00; hydraulic or pneumatic mine-filling-up machines E21F 15/00; fluid dynamics F15D)

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02.Floating material troughs (air slides B65G 53/04)

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04.Conveying materials in bulk pneumatically through pipes or tubes; Air slides

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06..Gas pressure systems operating without fluidisation of the materials

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08...with mechanical injection of the materials, e.g. by screw

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10...with pneumatic injection of the materials by the propelling gas

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12....the gas flow acting directly on the materials in a reservoir

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14....the gas flow inducing feed of the materials by suction effect

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16..Gas pressure systems operating with fluidisation of the materials

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18...through a porous wall

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20....of an air slide, e.g. a trough

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22....the systems comprising a reservoir, e.g. a bunker

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24..Gas suction systems

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26...operating with fluidisation of the materials

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28..Systems utilising a combination of gas pressure and suction (inducing feed of the materials by suction in gas pressure systems B65G 53/14)

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30.Conveying materials in bulk through pipes or tubes by liquid pressure

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32.Conveying concrete, e.g. for distributing same at building sites (mixing concrete on or by conveyers B28C 5/34)

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34.Details

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36..Arrangements of containers

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38..Modification of material containing walls to facilitate fluidisation

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40..Feeding or discharging devices

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42...Nozzles (in general B05B)

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44...Endless conveyers

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46...Gates or sluices, e.g. rotary wheels

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48...Screws or like rotary conveyers

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50...Pneumatic devices (incorporated in nozzles B65G 53/42)

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52..Adaptations of pipes or tubes

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54...Flexible pipes or tubes

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56...Switches

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58..Devices for accelerating or decelerating flow of the materials; Use of pressure generators (controlling pressure of propelling gas B65G 53/66)

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60..Devices for separating the materials from propellant gas

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62...using liquid

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64...in discrete amounts

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66..Use of indicator or control devices, e.g. for controlling gas pressure, for controlling proportions of material and gas, for indicating or preventing jamming of material



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00Non-mechanical conveyers not otherwise provided for  [3]

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02.electrostatic, electric, or magnetic  [3]


Stacking or de-stacking; Loading or unloading (by means incorporated in, or operatively associated with, conveyers B65G 47/00; lift trucks B60P, B66F; handling sheet material or flat articles made therefrom B65H; cranes B66C; loading or unloading by soil-shifting or like equipment E02F; stacking or de-stacking data record cards in association with machines for marking or sensing data G06K)

Note

 In groups B65G 57/00 to B65G 61/00, the following term is used with the meaning indicated:

 "stacking" means disposing articles individually or in layers one above each other.


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00Stacking of articles (B65G 60/00 takes precedence; stacking of jumbo rolls B41F; stackable containers B65D; feeding, piling, or stacking sheets B65H; stacked delivery of machined products, see the relevant classes for the machines)

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02.by adding to the top of the stack

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03..from above

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04...by suction or magnetic devices

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06...Gates for releasing articles

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08..articles being tilted or inverted prior to depositing

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081...alternate articles being inverted

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09..from alongside

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10...by devices, e.g. reciprocating, acting directly on articles for horizontal transport to the top of stack

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11..the articles being stacked by direct action of the feeding conveyer

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112...the conveyer being adjustable in height

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14...the articles being transferred from carriers moving in an endless path adjacent to the stacks (conveyer constructions B65G 15/00 to B65G 35/00; combinations of conveyers B65G 37/00)

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16..Stacking of articles of particular shape

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18...elongated, e.g. sticks, rods, bars

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20...three-dimensional, e.g. cubiform, cylindrical

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22....in layers, each of predetermined arrangement

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24.....the layers being transferred as a whole, e.g. on pallets

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26.....the arrangement providing for spaces between the articles

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28.by assembling the articles and tilting the assembled articles to a stacked position

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30.by adding to the bottom of the stack

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32.characterised by stacking during transit


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00De-stacking of articles (B65G 60/00 takes precedence)

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02.De-stacking from the top of the stack

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04..by suction or magnetic devices

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06.De-stacking from the bottom of the stack

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08.De-stacking after preliminary tilting of the stack

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10.De-stacking nested articles

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12.characterised by de-stacking during transit


60/

00Simultaneously or alternatively stacking and de-stacking of articles


61/

00Use of pick-up or transfer devices or of manipulators for stacking or de-stacking articles not otherwise provided for (manipulators B25J)


63/

00Transferring or trans-shipping at storage areas, railway yards or harbours; Marshalling yard installations (transferring of refuse between vehicles or containers B65F 9/00; dredging, soil shifting E02F; conveyers used in co-operation with coal or like winning apparatus E21C 47/00)

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02.with essentially-horizontal transit otherwise than by bridge

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04.with essentially-horizontal transit by bridges equipped with conveyers

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06.with essentially-vertical transit (hoppers B65D 88/26)


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00Loading or unloading (of vehicles B65G 67/00)

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02.Loading or unloading machines comprising essentially a conveyer for moving the loads associated with a device for picking-up the loads

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04..with pick-up shovels (construction of shovels E02F)

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06..with endless scraping or elevating pick-up conveyers

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08..with reciprocating pick-up conveyers

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10...Raking or scraping devices

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12....operations at positions off-set from the conveyer centreline

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14..with jigging pick-up conveyers, e.g. duck-bills

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16..with rotary pick-up conveyers

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18...Discs

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20...Paddle wheels

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22...Screws

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23.Devices for tilting and emptying of containers  [3]

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24..for manual tilting of barrels or casks  [3]

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28.Piling or unpiling loose materials in bulk, e.g. coal, manure, timber, not otherwise provided for (by soil-shifting or like equipment E02F)

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30.Methods or devices for filling or emptying bunkers, hoppers, tanks, or like containers, of interest apart from their use in particular chemical or physical processes or their application in particular machines, e.g. not covered by a single other subclass (devices for tilting and emptying containers B65G 65/23; such containers having means facilitating filling or emptying B65D 88/54)  [3]

Note

 Methods or devices for filling bunkers, hoppers, or containers are only classified in group B65G 65/30 if they are of general application apart from their use in particular processes or their application in particular machines or if they are not covered by a single other subclass.  [5]

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32..Filling devices (pneumatic conveyers B65G 51/00, B65G 53/00)

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34..Emptying devices (conveyer construction B65G 15/00 to B65G 35/00; devices similar to vehicle tipplers B65G 67/48)

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36...Devices for emptying from the top

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38....Mechanical devices

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40...Devices for emptying otherwise than from the top

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42....using belt or chain conveyers

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44....using reciprocating conveyers, e.g. jigging conveyers

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46....using screw conveyers

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48....using other rotating means, e.g. rotating pressure sluices in pneumatic systems

  B65G 47/00 - B65G 51/46    B65G 67/00 - B65G 69/28  
 

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