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SECTION I - CLASS DEFINITION

This is the generic class for processes and apparatus for dispensing material, and takes all such subject matter that must be classified on such basis and not provided for in other main classes.

This class is not limited as to the character of the materials dispensed which may be in any physical state, i.e., it may be in a gas, vapor, liquid, viscous, paste-like or solid state and if in a self sustaining state may have any form or shape.

SECTION II - LINES WITH OTHER CLASSES AND WITHIN THIS CLASS

Dispensers are found in all classes dealing with the manufacture, treatment or handling of fluent materials, and particularly in classes having feeding or material handling subclasses. In general, the assignment of patents to the manufacturing and material treating classes has been on the basis of the non-dispensing operation, when the means or steps for performing the nondispensing operation are claimed. When the means or steps for performing the nondispensing operation are not claimed, assignment has been to the class taking the disclosed operation when material feeding subclasses occur in such art class and are designated and defined to receive such patents. Classes not having special subclasses of this type will not take devices falling in the scope of Class 222, when not claimed in combination with, or especially adapted for the machines or work of the art class, unless such class has a large body of art on dispensing, per se.

Patents having claims to a dispenser classifiable in this class, and also claims to a method of, or apparatus for, making such dispenser, are classified in this class, in the subclass appropriate to the dispenser claimed and cross-referenced to the appropriate manufacturing class.

GAS OR VAPOR DISPENSERS:

Dispensing of material in a gas or vapor state is provided for in subclasses 3+. These subclasses were formed on the basis of apparatus disclosed solely for dispensing a gas or vapor as the proximate purpose of the apparatus and have, in subclass 4, the combination of such dispensing means with means to additionally dispense materials other than gases or vapors.

Many devices in this class use gas, vapor, or liquid materials to contact other materials to cause dispensing of such other materials, or to operate motors or followers to cause dispensing of other materials, and some devices in this class utilize gas or vapor to agitate another material while the latter is being dispensed. Such combinations are not in subclasses 3+, but are in other following subclasses appropriate to the invention claimed. Since most of these devices involve the movement of gases or vapors from one place to another in the organization, significant gas dispensing apparatus is often disclosed and claimed as a part of the liquid or solid dispensing combination. Where the combination is claimed the gas dispensing subcombination is cross-referenced to subclasses 3+. It is classified as an original in subclasses 3+ when the gas or vapor dispensing subcombination only is claimed.

Most dispensers have vents for the chambers from which materials are dispensed, either to permit escape of gas or vapor as the chamber fills or to admit the same as the chamber empties. Vents were not classified in this class as dispensers.

For the various combinations within the class having a vent, or which utilize a gas, vapor, or liquid in various combinations as above set forth, see the notes to subclass 3.

For gas or vapor dispensers, per se, and for various combinations having such subject matter as a part thereof provided for in other classes see the Search Class notes in References to Other Classes, below, referencing this section.

ARTICLE DISPENSING:

Article dispensers are classified in Class 221, Article Dispensing and the definitions and Notes to that class should be consulted for the statements of the lines of that class with this class and with other related article dispensing and feeding classes, including strip feeding.

Dispensers capable of use with either articles or fluent material of granular, plastic or liquid nature, and claimed generically are classified in Class 222, that class being generic to the concept of the two classes (221 and 222).

VOLUME OR RATE OF FLOW METERS, RECORDERS, REGISTERS

This class has volume or rate of flow meters combined with means for predetermining the total quantity dispensed in subclasses 14+; volume or rate of flow meters combined with signals, indicators, registers or recorders specialized for use with repeated dispensing operations, as registers with zero-setting or price and volume indicating combinations in subclasses 23+; volume or rate of flow meters combined with structure (in addition to that necessary for an operative volume or rate of flow meter) limited to dispensing in subclasses 52-73.

The dispensing features, in addition to meter structure, which, in general, determine classification in Class 222, are (1) meters having predetermined or preset cut-offs, (2) meters of the expansible chamber type having ingress or egress valves which are manually thrown, (3) meters having manual flow termination, (4) meters combined with storage tank features where the stored material is dispensed through the meter, (5) meters with nozzles, spouts, or equivalent dispensing outlets, and (6) meters combined with a pump significantly claimed.

For related subject matter, see References to Other Classes below, that reference this section.

DRIP LEAKAGE OR WASTE CATCHERS

Devices auxiliary to dispensing organizations for catching drip or waste material are in this class, including receivers or supports for receivers to be placed to collect material overflowing or not received by the intended receiver and also other material escaping from the desired discharge path.

For such devices, see subclasses 108+, and for related art see References to Other Classes, referencing this section.

COMBINATIONS OF DISPENSER AND INDEPENDENT RECEIVER

Dispensers under the class definition claimed in combination with either (1) a container or other receiver which is independent of the dispenser organization, i.e., such receiver not being a part of the means necessary to the dispensing operation, or (2) means which perform their function only in connection with such independent receiver.

The combination defined above is common to all apparatus for performing any character of operation on material, from those combinations in which the independent receiver is a mere receptacle to which the dispenser delivers material for filling purposes, to those combinations in which the receiver is a complicated manufacturing or treating apparatus and the dispenser is a feeding device to deliver material to such manufacturing or treating apparatus for operation thereon. Therefore, the great bulk of the patents granted on such combinations will be found in other classes classified on the basis of particular adaptation to deliver to receivers of particular kinds, or on the basis of the particular receiver (including manufacturing or treating apparatus) claimed.

Where the receiver is defined in such broad terms as to fail as a basis of classification (i.e., in broad terms, cover receivers of two or more types separately classified), it is classified in this class, or other classification appropriate to the dispenser claimed.

Since the above subject matter occurs primarily in other classes, classification is in this class only when no other class provides for such subject matter. For notes on gas dispensing, see GAS OR VAPOR DISPENSERS above. The Search Class notes below that reference this section do not attempt to be exhaustive, specifying only those classes that are known to have apparatus closely resembling the apparatus in this class.

Relative to the cleaning of dispensers: Classes 15 and 134 take cleaning devices of the types provided for in those classes, per se, or in combination with dispensers or fluid flow systems which are so broadly recited as to appear to constitute parts of the cleaning means rather than the articles to be cleaned. Specific dispenser or fluent material handling structures, including such details as to give a basis for classification in Class 222 or in Class 137, combined with means for cleaning such dispensing or handling structures are classified in Class 222, in subclasses 148+, or in Class 137, in subclasses 237+. (Combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver)

Some liquid cleaning subcombinations involve no more than dispensing a cleaning fluid to the article to be cleaned (as a receiver). Class 137 and Class 222 take such devices as fluent material handling or dispensing inventions, but where a cleaning feature (as dissolving of a cleansing material, surging of the cleaning fluid, etc.) is present, classification is in Class 134, in appropriate subclass subclasses thereof. Also see the Search Class note below to Class 15 referencing this section.

PUMPS

This class has pumps in various combinations with dispensing features. Dispensing features combined with pumps are:

A. Selectively preset volume responsive cutoff means to control the quantity discharged (e.g., those which can be preset to operate through a desired number of cycles), see subclasses 14+.

B. Totalizing or other registering means, or recording means, the combination being specialized for repeated operations (as those provided with zero-setting means or combined price and volume devices) see subclasses 23+.

C. Position or extent of motion indicators, when other dispensing features are claimed (e.g., as set forth in (d), (e), and (f) see subclasses 41+.

D. Measuring means in addition to the pump, see subclasses 23+ and 71+.

E. The combination between a pump and a significantly claimed container which forms the source of supply for the pump. A supply container is considered to be significantly claimed when any one or any combination of the following are recited: (1) the structural features of the container; (2) the mounting of the pump on a container closure, (3) particular relationships between the pump or its controls and the container, see appropriate subclasses such as 252+ and 372+.

F. The provision of means in addition to pump structure and its operator to prevent the start of intake before the pump has reached the end of its discharge operation, see for example, subclass 34.

G. Discharge outlet (e.g., nozzle) features significantly claimed, see for example, subclasses 74, 320, 322, 330, 378, and 379.

For the most part, the notes on dispensers and combinations of dispensers with other things, in which a pump is part of the dispenser organization, are placed in Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, in this Class Definiton.

For pump structure, and for means to operate and control the same, including means to vary the pump capacity both with or without an indicator see the Search Class notes below in References to Other Classes. In particular, see Classes 137, 366, 406, 417, and 418.

DISCHARGE ASSISTANTS: (E.G., IMPELLERS, PUMPS, CONVEYORS, MOVABLE TRAP CHAMBERS, ETC.)

Devices combined with containers, or specially adapted for use with containers, and comprising means acting in addition to, or against, gravity for either removing material from a container, or which move, or tend to cause material to move, to or through a container outlet, have been herein designated generically "discharge assistants."

The discharge assistants as above comprise any means in either fluid or solid form, which moves or tends to urge material to move toward a discharge outlet or into or out of a trap chamber. Included are means to apply pressure fluids directly to the material to cause material motion, jarring, or vibrating means, pumps, pulsators, impellers, pushers, ejectors, vanes, rolls, screws, mechanical and fluid current conveyors of all kinds, followers (including followers moved only be atmospheric pressure), agitators functioning primarily to cause discharge, and devices for breaking material bridges or arches.

Movable trap chambers are devices which, when moved to one position, receive material from a supply and, when moved to another position, discharge the trapped material. These may act against or with gravity, sometimes offering no assistance to discharge except the physical separation of a portion of the material, and its confinement and control during downward movement, but they were found so closely related to nongravity discharge assistants as to cause it to be advisable to associate the two in the classification (e.g., many movable trap chambers were, in addition, mechanical conveyors).

The above character subject matter occur in numerous subclasses throughout the class, attention being particularly called to subclasses 92+ and 193 through 415, in which subclasses the discharge assistant constitutes the primary basis of classification.

Since, in most classes, dispensers and combinations thereof with other things are not separated on the basis of whether or not they have discharge assistants, notes on this type are not separately set out, and the notes to Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Pumps, should be consulted.

STATIONARY TRAPS:

Stationary material trapping devices auxiliary to a bulk supply are included in the class more particularly as follows: (1) containers having means for separating from the contained material a quantity less than the whole and maintaining the same in a position for access thereto by some removing agency; these may be barometric in type, or a mere wall or well to reduce the area of material exposed in the main container (e.g., dispensing inkwells); (2) containers having receptacles or funnels for receiving or guiding the container contents, which are carried by, or form part of, the container and must be separated therefrom before use; (3) containers having detachable auxiliary chambers which receive part of the container contents while in place on the container, but which must be separated for discharge; (4) containers having auxiliary chambers which receive part of the container contents and discharge the same through tilting of the entire organization and which are provided with passages and baffles arranged to prevent additional material from entering the trap while the container is tilted; (5) containers having serial alternately opened valves so related as to perform a measuring function, the so-called predetermined-bulk stationary trap, and subcombinations disclosed as continuously connected to a source of supply.

These devices are related to the movable trap chambers and other discharge assistants treated inthe section "Discharge Assistants" above.

Attention is particularly called to subclasses 424.5 through 457, and other subclasses, specified in the notes thereto, for this type of subject matter.

PATTERN OR SIFTER FORM OUTLET AND WITH MATERIAL SEPARATOR:

This class includes the combination of a dispenser with means to sift, strain, or filter the material dispensed as an incident to the dispensing operation (see subclasses 189.01, 189.02+ and 189.06+), and also dispensers having a pattern or sifter form of outlet (see subclasses 480, 564 and 565, and the notes thereto). Relative to sifters, strainers, or filters, combined with a dispenser, this class has this combination when the separating device is incidental to the dispenser, while the appropriate separating class has the separating means with means to deliver material thereto or therefrom. Relative to pattern or sifter forms of outlet, this class has the same where there is no structure specialized to, or intent of, separating, the foraminous nature of the outlet being for the purpose of holding back the bulk of the material while permitting the escape of limited quantities, or assisting to distribute the material delivered.

For related art, see the section "Hand Manipulable Shakers" below, and the Search Class notes referencing that section.

HAND MANIPULABLE SHAKERS:

Hand manipulable shaker type dispensers are those which are adapted to dispense nonfree flowing granular material when it is kept in motion within the container, which is held in the hand and moved to and fro to shift the material. In these dispensers, the outlet is restricted to such an extent that bridging of the material occurs immediately after the material is initially brought into contact with the outlet, usually as a result of tilting the container as for gravity flow. Dispensing occurs only as a result of repeated contacts or impacts of the bulk of the material against the outlet area, as in the use of the ordinary condiment holder or salt shaker. If a discharge assistant or agitator is present, it is inertia operated only, having no actuator connected thereto.

Special provision for this subject matter is made in this class under the title Hand Manipulable Shaker Type in the following instances; subclasses 142.1+, for those having plural sources of supply, e.g., combined salt and pepper shakers; 196.1+, for those having an inertia operated movable member which jars or has an impact effect, although it may also serve as a closure or discharge controller or as a discharge assistant; 457.5 for those having a generally U-shaped path through which material is shaken; and 480, for those having multiple diverse type outlet openings. Hand manipulable shakers having manually operated discharge assistants having been classified in the dispenser subclass appropriate to the type.

Where the outlet is of pattern form, distribution of the dispensed material is also effected. For pattern or sifter type dispensing outlets, see the section on "Pattern Or Sifter Form Outlet And With Material Separator" above, and the search notes below referencing that section.

For hand manipulable devices having material agitating or comminuting features see the References to Other Classes below, that reference this section.

DIPPING AND SAMPLING:

This class has dipping type dispensers and dispensers related to samplers, see subclasses 576+ and 356+ and the notes to other subclasses in Class 222 for such art. For related art in other classes, see the search notes in References to Other Classes, below, that reference this section.

SHAPING MATERIAL BY EXTRUSION:

Where the outlet of a dispenser has a particular shape, so that the operation of the dispenser causes a plastic material to be delivered having a desired shape, classification is in the class appropriate to the plastic shaping involved.

See the search notes in References to Other Classes, below, that reference this section.

FURNACE CHARGING AND DISCHARGING:

This class has dispensers, per se, for fuel and other materials which are intended for delivery to furnaces. Where features are claimed that specialize the apparatus to charging or discharging a furnace, classification is in some other class. See References to Other Classes, below, that references this section.

SANDING OR ABRADING

See the search notes in References to Other Classes, below, that reference this section.

See also Pattern or Sifter Form Outlet and With Material Separator and Throwers, Sprayers, Scatterers, and Dusters, and the Search Class references thereto.

THROWERS, SPRAYERS, SCATTERERS, AND DUSTERS.

See the search notes in References to Other Classes, below, that reference this section.

See also Pattern or Sifter Form Outlet and With Material Separator and Sanding or Abrading, and the Search Class notes thereto.

VEHICLE LOADING AND UNLOADING:

This class has some vehicular dispensers, see subclasses 176+, but has no other characters of vehicle loading and unloading.

PUNCTURING INJECTORS AND OTHER NOZZLES, SPOUTS, AND POURING DEVICES:

The class includes container structures in combination with one or more dispensing outlet structures; with or without other openings (as filling or vent openings), or dispensing outlet structures, per se, and such structures formed to cut or punch other things, or combined with a cutter or punch for forming openings in the receiver of the material dispensed.

Dispensing outlet structures comprise the following features or any combination therebetween: (1) material guide means (as nozzles, spouts, pouring lips, et cetera), i.e., any means specialized to guiding the material being discharged and located either on the interior or exterior of the container or both. Such structure must be in addition to mere container openings with or without surrounding flanges or necks to receive closures. Such guide means may be stationary relative to the container or movably related thereto; (2) nonguiding type outlets with flow controllers (e.g., valves).

Additional openings for nondispensing purposes, such as filling openings and vents, may be included, and also closures (as distinguished from flow controllers) for any opening, means for connecting the various elements together or means for mounting or operating movable parts. Cutter or punch combinations are in subclasses 80+.

Patents claiming only the container in combination with the features above outlined (excepting cutter or punch features) are in this class starting with subclass 476 and including all following subclasses. Such features in combination with other features are in the preceding subclasses, for example, the combination with a casing or support for the dispenser is in subclasses 173+, with discharge assistant in subclasses 251+, with container handle or handgrip in subclasses 465+.

Containers in combination with such features are found in substantially all classes which involve handling of material in bulk, and in substantially all classes which involve container structure, classified on special bases and features in addition to the dispensing features. For such devices for purposes other than dispensing, and for such devices that are for dispensing, but are specialized to particular uses, see below, Restricters, Pipe and Tubular Conduit Structures, and Valves and Valve Actuation, for restricters and valves.

See the search notes in References to Other Classes, below, that reference this section.

CONTAINER OR RECEPTACLE STRUCTURE

This class does not have receptacle or container structure unless combined with dispensing features. Collapsibility, per se, is considered to be a dispensing feature, relative to structures disclosed as dispensing containers. For receptacles, containers and tubular conduit structures, not involving dispensing features:

See the search notes in References to Other Classes, below, that reference this section.

CLOSURES

Mere closure structures for containers and other devices having openings, not claimed in combination with a nozzle, spout, pouring lip, discharge assistant, or other dispensing feature, and also closures for spouts where no features of spout structure are claimed other than those necessary for the mounting and operation of the closure, are not in Class 222, but in other appropriate classes.

See the search notes in References to Other Classes, below, that reference this section.

RESTRICTERS, PIPE AND TUBULAR CONDUIT STRUCTURES

This class has neither flow restrictors except those in the interior of dispenser supply containers, provided for in subclasses 547 and 564, nor pipe and tubular conduit structures, per se. For such subject matter:

See the search notes in References to Other Classes, below, that reference this section.

VALVES AND VALVE ACTUATION:

This class has both single and plural valves and their actuating means (1) when claimed in combination with a dispenser, (2) when arranged to control inlet from a bulk supply into a trap chamber and discharge of the trapped material from such chamber, and (3) when claimed in combination with receptacle structure so as to control and regulate discharge of the container contents.

For valves and valve actuating means not involving such combinations, see the search notes in References to Other Classes, below.

SECTION III - REFERENCES TO OTHER CLASSES

SEE OR SEARCH CLASS:

4Baths, Closets, Sinks, and Spittoons,   for such devices having means for dispensing water, disinfectants, and other materials thereto, and for dispensers specially designed for such purposes, flush tanks for closets being in subclasses 353+ . (Combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver).
12Boot and Shoe Making,   for manufacturing apparatus with dispensing means, and dispensers specially designed for use in connection with boot and shoe manufacture, e.g., subclass 41.3 , for pliabilizing soles, 79.5, waxing and polishing and 18.2 shoe filling.
15Brushing, Scrubbing, and General Cleaning,   for apparatus operating by brushing, beating, scraping, shaking, wiping, shotting, or use of a squeegee in combination with means to dispense cleaning or other materials to such operating devices. The dispenser subcombination for delivering materials to such instrumentalities so that such instrumentalities may operate thereon are in Class 222 or other appropriate dispenser classification. See Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, above, "Combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver" for cleaning of dispensers. (Combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver).
15Brushing, Scrubbing, and General Cleaning,   subclasses 300.1+ for air blast and/or suction cleaning devices. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
15Brushing, Scrubbing, and General Cleaning,   subclasses 248.1+ , for drip cups and shields. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
15Brushing, Scrubbing, and General Cleaning,   subclasses 322 and 415+ for air blast and suction cleaner nozzles. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
19Textiles: Fiber Preparation,   subclasses 200+ having fiber feeding and cleaning.
19Textiles: Fiber Preparation,   subclass 9 for devices utilizing an air blast to assist in liberation of fibers from plants, and subclass 205 for pneumatic feeding of fibers. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
23Chemistry: Physical Processes,   subclasses 293+ for physical processes; and subclasses 230+ for analytical and analytical-control processes. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
27Undertaking,   subclass 24.1 for embalming injectors. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices.
30Cutlery,   subclass 125 , for hand manipulable shakers forming the handle of a cutlery implement. (Hand Manipulable Shakers).
30Cutlery,   subclasses 324+ , for spoons. (Dipping and Sampling).
30Cutlery,   subclasses 41+ for razors combined with means to dispense fluent material such as water or lather,and subclasses 483 for lubricating attachments.
33Geometrical Instruments,   see appropriate subclasses for geometrical instruments with means for dispensing fluids operable in connection with the use of the instruments, e.g., subclasses 34+ for straight line scribers using ink.
33Geometrical Instruments,   subclass 126.4 , for sounding type of distance measuring means combined with sampling devices. (Dipping and Sampling).
34Drying and Gas or Vapor Contact With Solids,   subclass 59 for combinations with a rotary scattering member. (Throwers, Sprayers, Scatterers, and Dusters).
34Drying and Gas or Vapor Contact With Solids,   for processes and apparatus for contacting solids with gases or vapors for drying or other purposes. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
34Drying and Gas or Vapor Contact With Solids,   subclass 85 for such apparatus combined with means to collect escaping material. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
34Drying and Gas or Vapor Contact With Solids,   for apparatus having features specially designed for the drying of solid material, or for contacting solid material with gases or vapors for purposes other than mere agitation, and such apparatus combined with feeding and/or discharging means, dispensers, per se, being in Class 222, or other appropriate dispenser classification.
38Textiles: Ironing or Smoothing,   subclasses 3+ , 14+ and 77.1+ for moistening combinations using vapors. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
40Card, Picture, or Sign Exhibiting,   subclass 213 for skywriting using smoke or luminous material. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
43Fishing, Trapping, and Vermin Destroying,   subclasses 125+ , for vermin destroying fumigators. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
47Plant Husbandry,   subclass 11 for sap spouts and gutters for gathering sap from pine and rubber trees, subclass 48.5 for irrigators or fertilizers of container or cartridge form which are buried in the earth, usually discharging their contents over a period of time, 51 and 52+ for spouts for conveying sap from other trees, and 57.5 for miscellaneous injection devices. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
48Gas: Heating and Illuminating,   particularly subclasses 174+ , 180+ and 190+, for gas holding, mixing, and distributing means and methods. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
48Gas: Heating and Illuminating,   for apparatus for feeding materials to acetylene generators, other gas generators and other devices specialized to heating and illuminating gases. (Combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver).
48Gas: Heating and Illuminating,   subclasses 46+ for carbid feed devices for delivering measured charges. (Stationary Traps).
48Gas: Heating and Illuminating,   subclasses 41+ and 45, for dip type carbid feeders for acetylene generators. (Dipping and Sampling).
48Gas: Heating and Illuminating,   see subclasses 4+ and 38+ for acetylene generator water and carbide feeds, respectively.
56Harvesters,   subclass 32 for pneumatic cotton picker nozzles. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
68Textiles: Fluid Treating Apparatus,   subclass 201 , for needle type liquid injectors. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
73Measuring and Testing,   subclasses 215+ and 861.61+ for pressure differential type meter nozzles and weirs, respectively. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
81Tools,   subclass 15.6 for cement injectors for resilient tire repair. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices.
99Foods and Beverages: Apparatus,   subclasses 532+ hollow injecting needles for pickling foods. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
104Railways,   subclass 11 for tampers with pneumatic injector. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
111Planting,   appropriate subclass for forming openings in the earth, depositing material in the openings and usually covering over with earth, and including in subclasses 118+ , the depositing of liquid or gases. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
122Liquid Heaters and Vaporizers,   subclass 405 for washout nozzles for cleaning boilers. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
52Static Structures (e.g., Buildings),   subclasses 11+ for building cover with an eave, or valley gutter, subclasses 302.1+ for building structure or component with a fluid handling feature open to the ambient, and subclass 553 for a subsurface drainage device related to a lapped multiplanar or strip covered surfacing. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
52Static Structures (e.g., Buildings),   subclasses 192+ for specific structure of a fluent material container with a single material port, e.g., outlet at a hopper bottom.
53Package Making,   subclasses 395 and 396+ for processes, and especially subclasses 147+ for apparatus to feed the contents to and from a machine to form a package.
55Gas Separation,   subclasses 490+ and those following for gas filters. (Pattern or Sifter Form Outlet and With Material Separator).
56Harvesters,   subclass 207 for harvesters combined with means to catch loosened (shelled out) grain that would otherwise be lost. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
62Refrigeration,   appropriate subclasses for processes and apparatus involving steps or means specialized to refrigeration processes and apparatus, solidified or liquefied gas product manufacturing and stored liquefied or solidified gas handling, particularly subclasses 45.1+ for processes and apparatus for the handling of liquefied gas involving more than that required for any gas or liquid under pressure, and subclasses 389+ for a withdrawable liquid cooler having specific cooling means. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
65Glass Manufacturing,   subclasses 324+ for molten glass dispensers, per se.
68Textiles: Fluid Treating Apparatus,   subclass 210 having loaders, unloaders and dumpers for such machines.
68Textiles: Fluid Treating Apparatus,   subclasses 5+ for apparatus for applying a gas, steam or mist to textiles to treat the same, subclass 20 for combinations with a drier in which a gas contacts the textiles for drying purposes and subclasses 183 and 207, for apparatus in which a gas or vapor is supplied to the treating liquid. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
68Textiles: Fluid Treating Apparatus,   subclass 208 for drains and overflows for such apparatus. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
72Metal Deforming,   subclasses 253.1+ for die-expressing metal. (Shaping Material by Extrusion).
73Measuring and Testing,   subclass 426 for the line between this class (222) and the measuring vessels provided for in Class 73.
73Measuring and Testing,   subclasses 863+ for samplers. (Dipping and Sampling).
73Measuring and Testing,   subclasses 861+ for volume or rate of flow meters, per se. The mere naming of a pump supply does not exclude such meters from Class 73; such meters are in the class both when the registering means are and are not claimed. Class 222 has dispensing devices which determine a volume dispensed which do not repeat the operation as a result of, or under the control of, the completion of the preceding operation, see particularly Class 222, subclasses 282+ for those with volume varying means, 344+ for movable or conveyor type trap chambers, and 425+ for stationary trap chambers with cut-offs, these various types combined with a recorder, register, indicator, signal, or exhibitor being in subclasses 23+. (Volume or Rate of Flow Meters, Recorders, Registers).
73Measuring and Testing,   subclass 426 for measuring vessels. (Stationary Traps).
81Tools,   for some combinations with dispensing means, e.g., subclasses 2 and 15.5+, dispensers, per se, being in subclass 15.6 when specially designed for injecting cement into tires.
83Cutting,   subclass 169 , for means to lubricate tool or work.
99Foods and Beverages: Apparatus,   Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices, appropriate subclasses having apparatus specialized to treating food and beverages materials which include dispensing features, dispensers, per se, being in Class 22 or other appropriate dispenser classification. subclass 275 , Class 99, as the residual beverage making apparatus subclass, has apparatus for carbonating a liquid by specific contact means, combined with means for adding flavoring material to form a beverage.
96Gas Separation: Apparatus,   appropriate subclasses for gas separators having special flow connections, valves, pumps, separated gas out-flow control means and residue flow control. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
100Presses,   subclasses 215+ for presses not elsewhere classified having means for feeding material to the press, and see the Notes thereto for other press structures having means for feeding material thereto, and see subclasses 104+ for presses provided with drain means for expressed liquids.
101Printing,   subclasses 335+ having inkers.
102Ammunition and Explosives,   appropriate subclasses having oil, gas, smoke, incendiary material containing devices.
102Ammunition and Explosives,   subclasses 334 and 367+ for such devices for emitting gases or smoke for tracing or other purposes. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
104Railways,   subclass 133 , for drip pans, nets, et cetera, for catching liquid, dirt, or articles that might fall from an elevated railway. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
109Safes, Bank Protection, or a Related Device,   subclass 28 , for drains or sumps associated with containers to remove explosives to prevent their successful use. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
109Safes, Bank Protection, or a Related Device,   subclasses 20 and 29+, for combinations involving releasing, generating, or distributing gases or vapors. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers)
109Safes, Bank Protection, or a Related Device,   subclasses 20 and 29 having fluent material dispensing combinations, and 46 having movable safes or compartments with dumping mechanism.
110Furnaces,   appropriate subclasses, for combinations with means for feeding gases or vapors to the fuel or for cooling purposes. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
110Furnaces,   subclasses 104+ for fuel feeders which blow the fuel into a furnace. (Throwers, Sprayers, Scatterers, and Dusters).
111Planting,   subclasses 118+ , for process and apparatus for impregnating the ground with a gas, vapor or liquid. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
114Ships,   subclass 182 , for scuppers i.e., arrangements of passages or holes so that water may drain from decks. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
114Ships,   subclasses 86 , 224 and 232+ for caulking and seaming and oil distributing apparatus.
119Animal Husbandry,   subclasses 10 , 18, 51.01+, and 72+ having feeding and watering devices.
122Liquid Heaters and Vaporizers,   subclasses 451+ having feeders.
118Coating Apparatus,   subclasses 504+ for devices used by painters to protect one of two adjacent surfaces while the other is being coated. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
118Coating Apparatus,   specialized to spreading coating materials over surfaces to be coated. The dispenser subcombination (i.e., the means for merely discharging coating materials from a bulk supply) is in Class 222, or other appropriate dispenser classification. (Combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver).
118Coating Apparatus,   subclasses 300+ for coating apparatus in which the coating material is projected, flung, sprayed or dripped on the work. (Throwers, Sprayers, Scatterers, and Dusters).
119Animal Husbandry,   subclass 159 for antivermin dust scatterers. (Throwers, Sprayers, Scatterers, and Dusters).
119Animal Husbandry,   subclasses 56.1+ for feeding troughs with charge delivering means. (Stationary Traps).
122Liquid Heaters and Vaporizers,   subclass 395 , for cleaning such apparatus by sand blast. (Sanding or Abrading).
124Mechanical Guns and Projectors,   particularly subclasses 4+ for centrifugal guns. (Throwers, Sprayers, Scatterers, and Dusters).
126Stoves and Furnaces,   subclass 51 , for devices for oil drip or overflow catching for oil burning cook stoves. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
128Surgery,   subclasses 203.12+ , for inhalers and subclasses 204.18+ having gas holder combinations. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
131Tobacco,   subclasses 38+ , 108+, and 180+, having tobacco feeders.
132Toilet,   subclasses 112+ for liquid applying combs, and subclass 74.5 for manicuring devices with fluent material feed.
134Cleaning and Liquid Contact With Solids,   particularly subclasses 43 , 62, 84+, and 135 for drainers in combination with cleaning or liquid contact apparatus. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
134Cleaning and Liquid Contact With Solids,   see Lines With Other Classes, above, "Combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver" for liquid cleaning subcombinations.
137Fluid Handling,   this class is the generic class for the handling of fluids, and has miscellaneous distributing systems, valve actuation, fluid handling tanks, etc. Since many of the systems of the two classes are analogous or identical and most of the subcombinations are freely interchangeable, the search fields in the two classes must always be studied and compared.
137Fluid Handling,   which is the generic class for gas distribution; see particularly subclasses 154+ for diverse fluid containing pressure systems, especially subclasses 206+ for gas pressure storage over or displacement of liquid; 223+ for inflatable article, e.g., tire, filling chuck and/or stem; subclasses 505+ for fluid pressure regulators, per se, this class (222) taking combinations of such regulators with significantly included supply containers; and subclasses 624.11+, for a fluid distribution system including a programmer or timer. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 312+ for drip and leakage collecting in fluid handling systems. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 119+ and 872+ for branched downspouts with flow deflectors; subclass 318 for devices for tapping a pipe or tank under pressure by forming an aperture therein under conditions which prevent loss of fluid; subclasses 614.02+ for separable flow path sections with a coupling operated valve in each wherein one section may be of the barrel bushing type and the other section a spout; subclasses 615+ for distribution systems having swinging or articulated flow conduits; and subclass 801 for faucets and spouts, per se. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
137Fluid Handling,   subclass 801 for restrictors comprised in outlets, nozzles or spouts. (Restricters, Pipe and Tubular Conduit Structures).
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 145 and 147+ for siphon starting pumps, and 565.01+ for distribution systems including a pump. (Pumps).
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 156+ for gas pressure discharge of feed traps to boilers; subclasses 171+ for fluid separating traps; subclasses 571+ for plural tanks or compartments, including traps, connected for serial flow; subclass 596 for stop and waste systems; subclasses 602+ for multiple inlet with single outlet systems; subclasses 861+ for systems having flow control means for plural passages; subclasses 613+ for single flow path devices with serial valves which may comprise alternately seated inlet and outlet valves subclasses 625+ for multiway valve units; and subclass 627.5 for sequentially closing and opening alternately seating flow controllers. (Stationary Traps).
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 140 and 544+ for fluid handling systems having means for separating solid material from the fluid, as strainers, filters, separators and sediment traps. (Pattern or Sifter Form Outlet and With Material Separator).
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 249+ and 309+ for reversing valves for regenerative furnaces. (Furnace Charging and Discharging)
138Pipes and Tubular Conduits,   and see the notes thereto. (Restricters, Pipe and Tubular Conduit Structures).
138Pipes and Tubular Conduits,   appropriate subclasses for tubular conduit structures not disclosed as dispensing containers and not including dispensing features. For a statement of the line between Class 138 and Class 222 see the reference to Class 222 in the SEARCH CLASS note to the class definition of Class 138. (Container or Receptacle Structure).
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclasses 86+ for combinations of a filling device and means for catching material overflowing from the receptacle filled, and subclasses 106 and 364 for means supporting inverted supply receptacles upon receivers for draining. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclasses 4+ for filling with gas and/or evacuating, including tire inflation with gas, and subclass 38 for filling tires with nongaseous materials. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   and see the Notes thereto, for a statement of the line with Class 222. (Combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver).
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   appropriate subclasses.
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclasses 110+ for filling by immersion. (Dipping and Sampling).
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclasses 331+ having funnels and subclass 65.
152Resilient Tires and Wheels,   subclasses 415+ for resilient tire inflating devices combined with vehicle or wheel structure for inflating means more or less permanently associated with an individual tire or for means for inflating one tire from another. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
156Adhesive Bonding and Miscellaneous Chemical Manufacture,   appropriate subclasses for processes and apparatus for laminating in general and see especially subclasses 145+ for filling hollow laminae with fluent material. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
159Concentrating Evaporators,   subclass 30 , for samplers for closed evaporating chambers.
159Concentrating Evaporators,   subclasses 43.1+ having fluid feed or discharge devices.
160Flexible or Portable Closure, Partition, or Panel,   for flexible closures and see the places set forth in the notes thereto. (Closures).
162Paper Making and Fiber Liberation,   subclasses 407+ for mold charging means employed in the making of a fibrous article from a liquid suspension of fibers.
164Metal Founding,   subclass 174 for die expressing apparatus for sand molds or cores and subclasses 418+ for continuous metal casting apparatus. (Shaping Material by Extrusion).
164Metal Founding,   subclasses 159+ for sand mold forming apparatus and particularly subclasses 192 to 202 for means for delivering sand to the molding device. (Sanding or Abrading).
164Metal Founding,   subclasses 192+ , 198+ and 200+ for apparatus for charging mold forming materials into a flask, subclasses 303+ for apparatus for injecting metal into a mold, subclasses 335+ for metal casting apparatus including a ladle or crucible type metal receptacle and subclasses 437+ for continuous casting apparatus including means to dispense molten metal into a mold.
166Wells,   subclass 162 and the subclasses there noted for well receptacles for receiving or depositing material in the well. (Dipping and Sampling).
169Fire Extinguishers,   subclasses 11+ , for those using a gaseous fire extinguishing agent. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
169Fire Extinguishers,   for apparatus and processes for extinguishing fires. (Combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver).
169Fire Extinguishers,   this class having fluid systems, automatic valves, tanks, portable receptacles, et cetera, having dispensing features specially adapted for the purposes of the class.
177Weighing Scales,   subclasses 59 and 60+ for weigh chamber responsive material control. See subclass 77 of Class 222 and the note thereto. (Combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver).
174Electricity: Conductors and Insulators,   subclasses 8+ having fluid feeding combinations.
178Telegraphy,   subclass 96 for inking devices for code receivers.
184Lubrication,   sections 7, 11; see particularly subclasses 14+ for dispensing devices specially adapted for structural association with a bearing that receives the lubricant.
184Lubrication,   subclass 106 for drip pans placed beneath a bearing to catch unused oil and either hold it or return it to a reservoir. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
184Lubrication,   subclass 83 for gravity feed lubricators with measuring valves. (Stationary Traps).
186Merchandising,   for pertinent subclass(es) as determined by schedule review.
192Clutches and Power-Stop Control,   subclass 125 for stop mechanism controlled by material fed.
193Conveyors, Chutes, Skids, Guides, and Ways,   Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices.
194Check-Actuated Control Mechanisms,   see appropriate subclasses for check actuator.
196Mineral Oils: Apparatus,   subclass 135 for feeders for vaporizing apparatus.
193Conveyors, Chutes, Skids, Guides, and Ways,   subclasses 2+ , for chutes. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
198Conveyors: Power-Driven,   subclasses 638+ for a thrower type conveyor. (Throwers, Sprayers, Scatterers, and Dusters).
201Distillation: Processes, Thermolytic,   subclass 39 , for a thermolytic distillation process including quenching the char with an inert gas. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
201Distillation: Processes, Thermolytic,   subclass 39 for a process including quenching the char with an inert gas.
202Distillation: Apparatus,   subclasses 95 , 227+ and 253 for quenchers.
202Distillation: Apparatus,   subclass 227 , for apparatus for cooling residues with gas.
204Chemistry: Electrical and Wave Energy,   subclasses 246 , 256, 258, 265, 270, and 277, for cells having means to feed gas thereto. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
204Chemistry: Electrical and Wave Energy,   subclasses 245 through 247,255-258, 263-266, 269, 270, and 275.1-278.5 for electrolytic cell feeders; and especially subclasses 246, 256, 258, 265, 270, and 277 for electrolytic cells having means to feed gas thereto (e.g., having a gas or vapor dispenser therefor, etc.).
206Special Receptacle or Package,   subclasses .6+ for gas storage means. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
206Special Receptacle or Package,   and see the notes for related art. (Container or Receptacle Structure).
209Classifying, Separating, and Assorting Solids,   particularly subclasses 19 through 37,133+, for gaseous suspension type and 466-477 and 502, for stratifiers with gas treatment means. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
209Classifying, Separating, and Assorting Solids,   particularly subclasses 233+ for sifters. (Pattern or Sifter Form Outlet and With Material Separator).
210Liquid Purification or Separation,   sections 12, 13; subclasses 198.1+ for, inter alia, means for dispensing materials in combination with a Class 210 separator, and subclasses 523+ for mechanical means for removing a constituent from a gravitational separator.
210Liquid Purification or Separation,   subclasses 348+ for filters, per se. (Pattern or Sifter Form Outlet and With Material Separator).
210Liquid Purification or Separation,   subclass 248 for separators for that class having a drip, overflow or content draining feature. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
210Liquid Purification or Separation,   subclass 92 for filters with a test valve, subclasses 198.1+ for means to add treating material to a separator, and subclasses 514+ for portable invertible separators. (Dipping and Sampling).
209Classifying, Separating, and Assorting Solids,   subclass 642 for assorters involving throwing. (Throwers, Sprayers, Scatterers, and Dusters).
215Bottles and Jars,   subclasses 40+ for neck structure, and subclasses 307+ for closures providing means whereby the interior of the closure is communicable with the exterior. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
215Bottles and Jars,   subclasses 200+ for closures under that class (215) definition. (Closures).
217Wooden Receptacles,   subclasses 98+ , for barrel bungs. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
220Receptacles,   subclasses 581+ for a high-pressure-gas tank. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
220Receptacles,   and see the notes for related art.
220Receptacles,   subclasses 200+ , and the places set forth in the notes thereto for rigid closures. (Closures).
223Apparel Apparatus,   subclass 43 for devices for turning garments, bags, and tubular articles inside out by applying fluids under pressure thereto, and subclass 67 for inflatable forms. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
226Advancing Material of Indeterminate Length,   appropriate subclasses for methods of, and apparatus for, feeding material without utilizing the leading or trailing ends to effect movement of the material.
228Metal Fusion Bonding,   subclasses 33+ and 52 for fusion bonding apparatus having dispensing means.
232Deposit and Collection Receptacles,   for receptacles (such as ballot fare and letter boxes, etc.) specially designed to have one person deposit and another collect the deposited article.
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclasses 650+ for a vehicular type road sander comprising a container for nonfluid material and means to scatter or strew the material over an extended area. (Sanding or Abrading).
229Envelopes, Wrappers, and Paperboard Boxes,   subclass 125.04 for a paperboard box having a nonunitary (i.e., separate, attached) closure usable egress opening). (Closures).
251Valves and Valve Actuation,   subclass 117 with restrictor in parallel to main valve, and 118+ for serial valves and flow restrictors. (Restricters, Pipe and Tubular Conduit Structures).
251Valves and Valve Actuation,   and see the places set forth in the notes thereto. (Valves and Valve Actuation).
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclass 271 for spraying devices with attached penetrating means; subclass 309 for seal puncturing means for providing a discharge opening in a supply holder; subclass 445 for nozzles having means for selectively delivering a high or low pressure stream of fluid; other appropriate subclasses for desired nozzle structure, per se.
229Envelopes, Wrappers, and Paperboard Boxes,   and see the Notes for related art. (Container or Receptacle Structure).
229Envelopes, Wrappers, and Paperboard Boxes,   for a paperboard box combined with an external material flow guide means (e.g., nozzle, spout, pouring lip, etc.) except when such guide means has a cutting or punch feature. Class 229 also provides for a paperboard box combined with internal material guide means which means are limited to utilizing the force of gravity to guide material contents (e.g., internal inclined ramp which utilizes gravity to urge material toward an egress opening), also, search subclasses 214 , 215+, and 248+ for a paperboard box having a reusable closure which is opened by tearing along a weakened line or adhesive seam, and which forms a pour spout when in its open configuration. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
235Registers,   for register structure where no significant dispensing features are claimed, even though a dispenser or meter is named as operating the register. (Volume or Rate of Flow Meters, Recorders, Registers).
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclasses 120+ for spray fluid systems having means to catch or otherwise dispose of material escaping or leaking from the system through uncontrolled paths or beyond the last point of control. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclasses 374 and 548+, for pattern flow outlets for fluid spraying nozzles. (Pattern or Sifter Form Outlet and With Material Separator).
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   appropriate subclasses for devices which project streams of fluid (as fireman"s nozzles) and for sprinkling liquids; subclasses 650+ for a container for nonfluid material and means to scatter or strew the material over an extended area, the material being of any type (e.g., fertilizer, seed, insecticide, etc.). Liquid dispensers not having the special features for Class 239 are in Class 222. (Throwers, Sprayers, Scatterers, and Dusters).
241Solid Material Comminution or Disintegration,   subclass 168 , for hand supported comminutors for condiments. (Hand Manipulable Shakers)
244Aeronautics and Astronautics,   subclasses 98 and 99, for arrangements for inflating and releasing buoyant gas from lighter-than-air craft. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
248Supports,   subclasses 75+ for hose and/ or nozzle supports. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices)
241Solid Material Comminution or Disintegration,   for comminuting processes and apparatus and such steps or means combined with feeding and/or discharging, dispensers, per se, being in Class 222 or other appropriate dispenser classification. See Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Material Handling, Exacavating, Distributing, Harvesting, in the main class definition of Class 241, for a further statement of the line. See also Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Hand Manipulable Shakers, in the class definition of Class 222.
248Supports,   subclasses 128+ and 146+, for receptacle stands, 196, for receptacle easels 311.2+, for receptacle holding brackets, and 318, for suspended supports for receptacles or bowls.
251Valves and Valve Actuation,   subclasses 149+ for separable flow path sections with a coupling operated valve in one wherein one section may be of the barrel bushing type and the other section a spout; and subclass 155 for valve nozzles and spouts. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
261Gas and Liquid Contact Apparatus,   for dispensing organizations combined with gas and liquid contact means where the gas pressure discharge assistant means is arranged to secure intimate contact and mixing of the gas pressure medium and the liquid being dispensed. Such arrangements include (1) projection or positioning of an additional gas pressure fluid inlet below the surface of a liquid for contact purposes, (2) particular configuration or perforation of a gas inlet to secure more intimate contact, and (3) provision of mixing means to insure more intimate contact. Dispensing devices disclosed as contact devices (as aerators, carbonators, etc.) are classified in Class 222 unless contact means of the nature described in the statement of the line hereinabove are claimed. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
261Gas and Liquid Contact Apparatus,   and see appropriate subclasses for feeding and discharging liquids to and from discharge apparatus.
264Plastic and Nonmetallic Article Shaping or Treating: Processes,   appropriate subclasses for processes of molding or shaping plastic materials within the class definition; and see References to Other Classes in Class 222 for the reference to Class 264. (Combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver).
264Plastic and Nonmetallic Article Shaping or Treating: Processes,   appropriate subclasses for processes of shaping or molding of plastic materials within the class definition. See particularly subclasses 176.1+ for formation of indefinite length or continuous articles by extrusion, and subclasses 299+ for casting or mold or die casting for processes not more specifically provided for above, therein. (Shaping Material by Extrusion).
285Pipe Joints or Couplings,   subclasses 154.1+ for a joint between a pipe or cable and box, subclasses 136.1+ for a pipe or rod-to-pipe-to-plate coupling, and subclasses 189+ for an end-to-plate coupling. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
291Track Sanders,   subclasses 46+ for sand delivery nozzles. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
291Track Sanders,   (sanding or Abrading).
291Track Sanders,   (combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver).
294Handling: Hand and Hoist-Line Implements,   subclasses 49+ for hand shovels and subclasses 68.2+ for hoisting buckets adapted for dumping a load. (Dipping and Sampling).
294Handling: Hand and Hoist-Line Implements,   subclasses 68.2+ , having the hoisting bucket type of implement with discharging means.
296Land Vehicles: Bodies and Tops,   for pertinent subclass(es) as determined by schedule review.
296Land Vehicles: Bodies and Tops,   subclass 38 , for drip pans located between the load and running gear to catch liquid dripping from the load. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
314Electric Lamp and Discharge Devices: Consumable Electrodes,   subclasses 21+ for combinations with means for feeding materials to the discharge space.
315Electric Lamp and Discharge Devices: Systems,   subclasses 111.01+ for combinations with means to feed fluent materials to the discharge space.
346Recorders,   for recorder structure, where no significant dispensing features are claimed, even though a dispenser or meter is named as operating the recorder. (Volume or Rate of Flow Meters, Recorders, Registers).
361Electricity: Electrical Systems and Devices,   subclasses 212+ for nozzles and spouts combined with means discharging or preventing accumulation of electric charges. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
366Agitating,   subclasses 3+ and 10+ for process and apparatus for incorporating gas in a mortar mix, or utilizing gas for mixing, discharging, or conveying. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
366Agitating,   subclass 262 for pump type agitators. (Pumps).
366Agitating,   subclasses 129+ for hand manipulated agitators, and see the class definition of Class 366 for the line between these classes. (Hand Manipulable Shakers).
374Thermal Measuring and Testing,   subclass 157 for a thermometer combined with a sampling cup. (Dipping and Sampling).
400Typewriting Machines,   subclasses 470+ for a typewriter having a dispenser for liquid ink.
401Coating Implements With Material Supply,   appropriate subclasses, for the combination of a coating tool including dispensing means which supplies coating material either to the tool or to a work surface for a spreading operation by the tool (see particularly subclass 136 and 137+, for the latter).
401Coating Implements With Material Supply,   subclass 15 , for a hand manipulated coating device with material supply having a splash guard or a drip catcher. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
405Hydraulic and Earth Engineering,   subclass 154.1 for subterranean or submarine pipe or cable laying, retrieving, manipulating, or treating. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
406Conveyors: Fluid Current,   subclasses 154+ for outlets for fluid current conveyors. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
406Conveyors: Fluid Current,   subclass 107 , for means for discharging from the tube material that flows backwardly by gravity in the tube. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
406Conveyors: Fluid Current,   for feeding gas in pneumatic conveyor combinations. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
406Conveyors: Fluid Current,   subclasses 96+ for pumps having, in addition to a fluid intake, a solid material intake or some other structure peculiar to conveying solids in a fluid current generated by the pump. (Pumps).
406Conveyors: Fluid Current,   particularly subclasses 71 and 157+ for such conveyors involving throwing or scattering. (Throwers, Sprayers, Scatterers, and Dusters).
414Material or Article Handling,   subclass 412 for a device for emptying a portable receptacle wherein the device is provided with means for opening the receptacle prior to emptying and further wherein the means is of the rapturing or cutting type. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
414Material or Article Handling,   subclass 221 for apparatus for moving material between zones having different pressures and inhibiting any change in the pressure gradient existing therebetween, and wherein a path having a vertical component includes serially arranged valves. Valves and Valve Actuation).
414Material or Article Handling,   appropriate subclasses for the moving of material from a source to a destination, the source, in some instances, being in the nature of a dispenser. (Combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver).
414Material or Article Handling,   subclasses 147+ for a chamber of a type utilized for a heating function and a material charging or discharging means therefor. (Furnace Charging and Discharging).
414Material or Article Handling,   appropriate subclasses (e.g., 137+, 140+, 265, 328+, 333-402, 406+, etc.) for the loading or unloading of vehicles. (Vehicle Loading and Unloading).
414Material or Article Handling,   appropriate subclasses (e.g., 288+) for receptacle structure which cooperates with, or is otherwise peculiarly related to, means for charging or discharging the receptacle. (Container or Receptacle Structure).
415Rotary Kinetic Fluid Motors or Pumps,   appropriate subclasses for a nozzle combined with turbine structure. See section on Pumps, above, for a statement of the line with pumps. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
417Pumps,   subclass 198 for jet pump nozzles. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
431Combustion,   subclass 344 for a flame holder, fuel tank assembly. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
417Pumps,   (pumps).
418Rotary Expansible Chamber Devices,   (pumps).
418Rotary Expansible Chamber Devices,   for rotary expansible chamber pumps, per se. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
422Chemical Apparatus and Process Disinfecting, Deodorizing, Preserving, or Sterilizing,   appropriate subclasses for chemical apparatus involving chemical reactors and apparatus for carrying out physical reactions of the chemical type. Also fume generators. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
422Chemical Apparatus and Process Disinfecting, Deodorizing, Preserving, or Sterilizing,   appropriate subclasses for miscellaneous chemical apparatus. (Combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver).
423Chemistry of Inorganic Compounds,   subclasses 210+ for purifying or separating gaseous mixtures by a chemical reaction. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
425Plastic Article or Earthenware Shaping or Treating: Apparatus,   appropriate subclasses for a molding machine for shaping or reshaping a nonmetal combined with means to feed stock material to a shaping surface; see the search notes under subclass 447 of Class 425. (Combinations of Dispenser and Independent Receiver).
425Plastic Article or Earthenware Shaping or Treating: Apparatus,   subclasses 197+ for a molding machine for nonmetals having a strainer for stock material upstream of the shaping area. (Pattern or Sifter Form Outlet and With Material Separator).
425Plastic Article or Earthenware Shaping or Treating: Apparatus,   subclasses 269+ for a molding machine comprising a dipping type shaping mandrel on which an article is formed; and subclasses 276+ for apparatus including means excavating from a bulk source with simultaneous shaping (e.g., ice cream scoop, etc.). (Dipping and Sampling).
425Plastic Article or Earthenware Shaping or Treating: Apparatus,   subclasses 80.1+ for a molding means including a scattering type material depositor for placing the material to be shaped on the shaping surface. (Throwers, Sprayers, Scatterers, and Dusters).
425Plastic Article or Earthenware Shaping or Treating: Apparatus,   subclasses 376.1+ for an extrusion type molding machine for a nonmetal; see the search notes thereunder. (Shaping Material by Extrusion).
429Chemistry: Electrical Current Producing Apparatus, Product and Process,   subclasses 72+ for batteries having electrolyte feeding means.
431Combustion,   subclass 117 for a liquid fuel burner having means to discharge overflow fuel from a vaporization or combustion zone; and subclass 119 for a burner having an escaping material collector. (Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers).
431Combustion,   subclasses 159+ for a furnace with means dispensing fluid fuel into its combustion chamber. (Furnace Charging and Discharging).
433Dentistry,   subclasses 80+ for intra-oral dispensing apparatus used by dentists.
441Buoys, Rafts, and Aquatic Devices,   subclass 34 having buoys with oil distributors.
441Buoys, Rafts, and Aquatic Devices,   subclasses 88+ and 92+ for self-inflating body supporting buoyant devices for sustaining a user partially immersed in liquid. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
446Amusement Devices: Toys,   subclasses 15+ for bubble blowing toys.
449Bee Culture,   subclasses 9+ for a bee hive having a bee feeding provision, and subclass 48 for a free standing bee feeder.
446Amusement Devices: Toys,   subclasses 24+ for smoke dispensers; subclasses 166+ for a toy operated by a gravity fed fluent operated toys; and subclass 475 for other dispensing toys. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
451Abrading,   subclasses 75+ for a sandblasting machine. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
451Abrading,   particularly subclasses 37 and 38+ for a sandblasting process, subclasses 75+ for a sandblasting machine, subclasses 446+ for an abradant-supplying accessory, and subclass 450 for an accessory for wetting a grindstone. (Sanding or Abrading).
451Abrading,   subclasses 90 and 102 for a sandblast nozzle. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
452Butchering,   subclasses 35+ for sausage stuffer nozzles. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
452Butchering,   subclasses 35+ for sausage stuffers. (Shaping Material by Extrusion).
460Crop Threshing or Separating,   subclasses 16+ for feeders for shellers and huskers.
472Amusement Devices,   particularly subclass 65 for an amusement illusion caused by visual imitation of an event occurring in nature, e.g., rain, snow, fire, etc.
493Manufacturing Container or Tube From Paper; or Other Manufacturing From a Sheet or Web,   see subclasses 269+ for making a tube from a sheet or web.
604Surgery,   subclasses 23+ for gas application to the body for therapeutic treatment. (Gas or Vapor Dispensers).
604Surgery,   subclasses 187+ for hypodermic syringes; subclasses 272+ for needles, per se; and subclasses 275+ for nozzles inserted in the body. (Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices).
604Surgery,   subclasses 289+ for applying or removing material from the external surface of the body or the cutaneous layer.

SUBCLASSES

[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 1]    1PROCESSES OF DISPENSING:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensing processes.

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221Article Dispensing,   subclass 1 for processes for dispensing articles not otherwise provided for.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 2]    2CHECK CONTROL:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having check control means.

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153.01+,where check control means is claimed only as locking means.

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194Check-Actuated Control Mechanisms,   appropriate subclass for patents disclosing a check controlled dispensing apparatus and claiming a specific feature of the control mechanism.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 151+ for article dispensers not otherwise provided for, and having means for blocking or disabling the ejector or releaser means thereof, such means often being disclosed as check-control means.
235Registers,   subclasses 379 , 380, 381, and 383 for banking and credit card systems and mechanized stores, respectively, wherein either money or merchandise is released upon the sensing of a valid credit card and including means to debit the account of the individual receiving the money or merchandise.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 3]    3GAS OR VAPOR DISPENSING:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers disclosed for dispensing gas or vapor as its proximate purpose.
(1) Note. The terms "gas" and "gaseous" are used in the definitions of the indented subclasses to include vapor.
(2) Note. See Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Gas or Vapor Dispensors, in the main class definition for the distinction between dispensing of gases and vapors, and the use of gases and vapors to dispense other materials and for notes to other classes having gas or vapor dispensing, per se, or in various combinations.
(3) Note. The following notes to other subclasses in this class specifies the subclasses dealing by title or definition with devices that handle fluids (gases, vapors, or liquids) not involving dispensing of such fluids as the proximate purpose of the combination.

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53,and 152, for inert atmosphere providing means with and without automatic control means.
61+,258, 261 through 263, 373, 389, 394+, for dispensers with fluid pressure discharge assistants in various combinations.
69,332, 442, 468, and 478+, for vent passages in various combinations.
72,for dispensers having volume or rate of flow meters with gas separating means.
113,for dispensers with illuminator or burner.
130+,for combinations of dispensers with nondispensing container compartment or jacket.
146,for dispensers with heating or cooling means.
188,for dispensers with a fluid-trap-seal, for inlets or outlets.
190,for dispensers with material treatment or conditioning means.
195,for dispensers with gas agitation.
206+,for resilient wall dispensers in which the resilient wall device compresses contained fluids or feeds fluids under pressure to cause discharge.
334,for dispensers having fluid operated motors.
630+,for dispensers in which a flowing fluid contacts, picks up, and carries the material to be dispensed.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 63+ for respiratory control devices and subclasses 223+ for tire filling chucks and/or inflation stems.
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclasses 4+ for gas filling methods including tire inflating, and subclass 38 for means for filling tires with nongaseous materials.
152Resilient Tires and Wheels,   subclasses 415+ , for tire inflating devices combined with tire or wheel, for inflating means intended to be associated with only one particular tire and for means for inflating one tire from another.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 4]    4With nongaseous material dispensing:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 3.  Dispensers having means, in addition to the gas dispensing means, to dispense nongaseous material.
(1) Note. If the gas is dispensed by itself, it may also be used as a discharge assistant, to aid in dispensing nongas materials.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 171+ for fluid separating traps and vents in fluid handling systems.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 5]    5With cutter or punch:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 3.  Dispensers claimed in combinations with a punch or a cutter.

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80+,for nongas dispensers with cutter or punch.

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141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclass 19 for organizations in which a cutter or punch opens a gas cell to deliver gas pressure discharge assistant to refill a dispenser.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 6]    6Parallel connected, serially used:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 3.  Dispensers having plural sources of supply connected to the outlet in parallel but controlled for successive use.

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129+,for other plural sources.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclass 113 for similar devices comprising plural inflows to a system controlled by the depletion of a source.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 14]    14CUTOFF OPERATED BY SELECTIVELY PRESET VOLUME OR RATE OF FLOW-RESPONSIVE MECHANISM:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having means to terminate material discharge (i.e., cut-off), which means is caused to operate by some character of interconnection with mechanism which senses or determines volume or rate of flow, which mechanism is designed to be preset, (i.e., set at the desired volume or rate of flow) prior to initiation of the dispensing operation or at any time during the dispensing to discharge the final unit of a desired volume. The mechanism may be a volume meter, rate of flow meter, float, follower, pump, etc.
(1) Note. Selective presetting may involve only a choice between two or more fixed quantity dispensing mechanism which are volume or rate of flow controlled.
(2) Note. Cut-off in the case of reciprocating pump mechanism requires holding the pump against further operation not merely determining the length of a stroke.
(3) Note. Preset devices which operate mechanically, as by counting a number of mechanical movements, without regard to whether or not material is actually dispensed, are not here, nor under "automatic", but in appropriate following subclasses, especially under indicators, subclasses 23+ or timing mechanism, subclass 70.
(4) Note. See Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Volume or Rate of Flow Meters, Recorders, Registers, in the main class definition for the general line on volume or rate of flow meters.

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23+,for dispensers combined with recorders, registers, etc., without selectively preset volume or rate of flow operated cut-off, see note 3.
59+,for rate of flow mechanism operated cut-off without selective presetting means.
70,see note 3, for dispensers with mechanism to time discharge by operations other than counting dispensing cycles or units dispensed.
71+,for dispenser with volume or rate of flow metering without a cut-off operated thereby.
282+,for dispensers having discharge assistants with means to vary or adjust the volume discharged.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 15]    15With means to prevent change of setting during discharge:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 14.  Dispensers having means for preventing a change of position of the volume selecting means while material is being discharged.

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34,for means to prevent setting a register to zero during discharge of material.
435,for dispensers having means to prevent adjustment of a volume varying means in a stationary trap chamber during discharge.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 16]    16Operating cycle including reset to starting position:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 14.  Dispensers in which the element that caused operation of the cut-off mechanism is brought to its beginning position as a part of the dispensing operation.

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33,for registers in which the operating cycle includes reset to zero, there being no selectively preset cut-off.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 17]    17Moving cutoff operating element with variable initial position:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 14.  Dispensers having (1) means controlled by the rate of flow and moving with the flow sensing means from a variably determined initial position to a fixed cut-off position, or having (2) means controlled by the accumulation of successive trapped volumes to set the cut-off operating means back step-by-step from a variably predetermined initial position to a fixed cut-off position.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 18]    18Having plural revolutions:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 17.  Dispensers in which the controller member or indicator may make more than one rotation on its axis, which is also the axis of its scale or dial, before reaching its cutting-off point.
(1) Note. The member or indicator may follow a spiral path around its axis, as in following a screw or a spiral in a single plane.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 19]    19Plural dials:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 18.  Dispensers in which a dial type presetting member or indicator is connected with one or more additional dials by means of transfer mechanisms.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 20]    20Cutoff by valve closing:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 17.  Dispensers in which the cut-off is effected by closing a valve.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 21]    21Cutoff by single trapped volume:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 14.  Dispensers having means capable of being set in advance of dispensing to accumulate a single trapped volume selected from different possible quantities, and having means controlled by the trapped volume for cutting off the supply.

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64+,for material level controls for dispensing operations, not selectively preset, though in some cases capable of minor adjustment to insure accuracy in delivering the intended volume.

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92Expansible Chamber Devices,   subclasses 13+ , for adjustable stroke expansible chamber devices where no dispensing features are claimed.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 22]    22Cutoff set after discharge begins:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 14.  Dispensers in which the cut-off is set during a metered discharge, to operate after the discharge of the unit which is being measured at the time the cut-off is set.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 23]    23WITH RECORDER, REGISTER, INDICATOR, SIGNAL OR EXHIBITOR:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having signals, indicators, registers, recorders, gauges, or display devices for indicating a condition or performing a measuring function, such devices consisting of relatively movable, changeable, or audible information giving parts. A dispenser part as a piston, wall or drain pipe, may cooperate with a graduated part to form the indicator but devices in which one of the means to be inspected or compared is merely the material to be dispensed or its surface are not included.
(1) Note. See Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Volume or Rate of Flow Meters, Recorders, Registers, in main class definition for the general line on volume or rate of flow meters.

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52+,for automatic controls without the features of this subclass (23).
71,for volume or rate of flow meters without the features of this subclass (23).
77,for dispensers combined with weighing means.
113,for dispensers with an illuminator or fuel burner.
154+,for mere inspection devices.
192,for display and exhibiting means which do not indicate a condition or perform a measuring function.

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34Drying and Gas or Vapor Contact With Solids,   subclasses 88 and 89.
40Card, Picture, or Sign Exhibiting,   for pertinent subclass(es) as determined by schedule review.
116Signals and Indicators,   for pertinent subclass (es) as determined by schedule review.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 141 , 213+ and 551+ for fluid handling systems combined with recorders, registers, signals or indicators.
198Conveyors: Power-Driven,   subclass 502 .
215Bottles and Jars,   subclasses 227 , 230 and 365+.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 2+ for article dispensing devices combined with recorders, registers, signals or indicators.
229Envelopes, Wrappers, and Paperboard Boxes,   subclass 83 .
235Registers,   subclasses 379 , 380, and 381 for banking and credit card systems and 383 for mechanized stores, respectively, wherein either money or merchandise is released upon the sensing of a valid credit card and including means to debit the account of the individual receiving the money or merchandise, and see Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Volume or Rate of Flow Meters, Recorders, Registers, in the definition of Class 222.
291Track Sanders,   subclass 17.
340Communications: Electrical,   subclasses 500+ for electric alarms or signals automatically responsive to a condition.
346Recorders,   and see Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Volume or Rate of Flow Meters, Recorders, Registers, in the definition of class 222.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 24]    24Register with shutter:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 23.  Dispensers having means in the nature of a shutter for concealing the significant part of the recorder, register, etc., during portions of the dispensing cycle.

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221Article Dispensing,   subclass 7 for article dispensers not otherwise classified including dispenser operated register means.
235Registers,   subclass 24 for cash register indicator shutters.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 25]    25Plural:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 23.  Dispensers having two or more recorders, registers, indicators, signal devices, or exhibitors.

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24,for register and shutter combinations in which the shutter has a signalling function.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclass 552 for fluid handling systems having plural recorders, etc.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 26]    26Two or more volume devices:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 25.  Dispensers having two or more information devices relating to a volume measuring function.

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14+,for such devices having also a selectively preset cut-off mechanism.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 27]    27Register and signal:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 25.  Dispensers having a register for counting or totalizing volumes discharged and a signal which usually gives information as to the operation or condition of the totalizer or counter.

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24,for registers and signals in which the signal conceals the register indication.

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221Article Dispensing,   subclass 7 for article dispensing devices having dispenser operated registers.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 28]    28With common operated means:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 25.  Dispensers having a common operating factor for two or more information devices, so that they operate simultaneously or proportionately. Volume and cost registers are included.

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26,where at least two of the information devices have a volume measuring function.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 29]    29Plural scale:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 23.  Dispensers having a signal reading point marker and a scale or set of indications consisting of plural lines or columns of different values or significance, or a plurality of scales or sets of indications.

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25+,for pairs of registers each having a pointer or reading point marker and a common operator.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 30]    30Recorder:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 23.  Dispensers in which the information device is a recording means.

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346Recorders,   for pertinent subclass(es) as determined by schedule review.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 31]    31With motion ratio adjusting means and/or relatively adjustable scale and pointer:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 23.  Dispensers in which the dispensing means operates an information device or a portion thereof by an adjustable connection so that the indication may be varied proportionately with relation to the discharge, usually to correct a measuring indication, or to transpose it into different terms, or in which an element of the information device is adjustable with reference to its mounting, or for adjustable information device elements where the effect is not felt proportionately through the range of the dispenser, but is merely an adjustment of a part and its support for accuracy.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 32]    32With zero-setting mechanism:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 23.  Dispensers having an information device of the register or counter type in which provision is made for returning the parts to their initial or zero position, manually or by operation of the dispenser.

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221Article Dispensing,   subclass 7 for article dispensing devices including dispenser operated registers.
235Registers,   subclass 144 , for register zero setting means not restricted to dispensers.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 33]    33Operating cycle including reset to zero:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 32.  Dispensers in which the register parts are set to zero by the operation of the dispenser as a part of a discharge cycle. The indication to be set back is usually one remaining from the previous dispensing operation.

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16,for registers, etc., having an element that causes operation of the cut-off mechanism, and set to starting position as a part of the discharge cycle.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 34]    34With means to prevent zero setting during discharge:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 32.  Dispensers having means to prevent setting the register to zero while material is being discharged.

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15,for selectively preset mechanism with means to prevent change of setting during discharge.
435,for means for preventing change of volume adjusting means of a stationary trap chamber during discharge.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 35]    35With means to prevent discharge prior to zero setting:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 32.  Dispensers having means to prevent the initiation of a discharge operation unless the register is at its initial or zero position.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 36]    36Totalizer for successive dispenser cycles:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 23.  Dispensers having a totalizer which counts the successive operating cycles of the dispenser.
(1) Note. An operation cycle consists of the period from the beginning of a discharge until the dispenser parts and the state of the trap, if any, as regards material level, again reach the condition at which discharging started. Thus one discharging operation may include either one or any desired number of cycles.
(2) Note. Dispensers of the forcer type, gravity trap, conveyor trap, or flow meter type may be included, and groups of cycles may be counted instead of single cycles.

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177Weighing Scales,   subclasses 18+ for a weigher with a cycle totalizer.
221Article Dispensing,   subclass 7 for article dispensing devices having dispenser operated registers.
235Registers,   particularly subclass 94 .
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 37]    37Varying cycles or quantities per cycle:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 36.  Dispensers in which the volume discharge per operating cycle may be varied, or the dispenser has different or varying cycles of operation, and the totalizer is operable in accordance therewith.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 38]    38Reciprocating (including oscillating) dispenser part:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 36.  Dispensers in which the dispenser part operating the totalizer has a to and fro motion.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 39]    39Audible:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 23.  Dispensers in which the information device is audible.

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116Signals and Indicators,   appropriate subclasses particularly subclasses 137+ , 147 and 148+.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 213+ for whistle type vents in diverse fluid containing pressure systems.
221Article Dispensing,   subclass 3 for article dispensing devices having audible signal or indicator means.
291Track Sanders,   subclass 17.
340Communications: Electrical,   subclasses 384.1+ for electrical audible signals or alarms.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 40]    40Flow and/or overflow type:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 23.  Dispensers in which (1) the information device is operated by the flow of material either through the usual dispenser channels or overflowing therefrom, or (2) the surplus material flows out of an opening specially provided for signaling purposes.

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36,for totalizers operated by flow meters. The mere fact that flow is taking place is shown here.
159,for transparent devices for observing flow, without the aid of a flow-operated movable element.

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116Signals and Indicators,   subclasses 112 and 264+.
340Communications: Electrical,   subclasses 603+ for electrical automatic fluent material responsive indicating systems.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 41]    41Position or extent of motion indicator:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 23.  Dispensers having means giving information as to the position or range of motion of a dispenser part, as a valve, follower, piston, or adustable wall. The means ordinarily comprises a scale and pointer, but a dispenser part, as an edge of a wall or the end of a projecting part may serve as a pointer or reference point.

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116Signals and Indicators,   particularly subclasses 200+ for scale and pointer subcombinations.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 553+ for fluid handling systems having position or extent of motion indicators.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 4+ for article dispensing devices in which a dispenser part, position or adjustment is indicated by indicating means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 42]    42Selection from plural outlets, valves or traps:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 41.  Dispensers in which the position or selection for use, of one of a plurality of valves, outlets, traps, or other dispenser parts having equivalent functions, is shown.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclass 555 for fluid handling systems having means for indicating selection from among plural branches.
221Article Dispensing,   subclass 5 for plural source article dispensing devices having article selection indicating means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 43]    43Comprising an adjustable stop or stops:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 41.  Dispensers in which the indicator serves as a stop for the movable part as well as showing its position or extent of motion. Indicators showing the setting of one of a plurality of selectively usable stops are here also.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 44]    44Scale and pointer, with detents:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 41.  Dispensers in which the indicator comprises a scale and pointer, having a series of detents accompanying or serving as the graduations of the scale, the effect being to check or hold the indicator and the dispenser part in the indicated position.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 45]    45Flexibly connected indicator and dispenser element:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 41.  Dispensers in which the moving element of the indicator is flexibly connected with the movable dispenser part. The scale indicia may be placed on the flexible part.
(1) Note. Actuation by an endless drive means is not included, even though the means is flexible.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 46]    46Common screw means for indicator element and dispenser part:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 41.  Dispensers in which a movable dispenser part is operated by a screw which also carries or serves as an indicator element.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 47]    47Indicating element rigidly carried by movable dispenser element:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 41.  Dispensers in which the indicator part is rigidly carried by a movable dispenser part. The dispenser part may itself constitute an element of the indicator, as the end of an inlet or outlet pipe, or of a piston.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclass 556 for fluid handling systems having an indicator element rigidly carried by a movable system part.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 48]    48Pivoted or rotary dispensing part:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 47.  Dispensers in which the dispenser part carrying or serving as the indicator element has a pivoted or rotary motion.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 49]    49Slidable indicator element projecting from container:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 47.  Dispensers in which the indicator element comprises or is carried by a reciprocable dispenser element projecting from the container.

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47,for telescoping container parts carrying indicator elements.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 50]    50Scale or container:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 49.  Dispensers in which the scale is placed on the container wall or mounted to extend therefrom.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 51]    51Float-level indicators:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 23.  Dispensers in which the information device is a float level indicator.

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33Geometrical Instruments,   subclasses 717+ for sounding type distance measuring.
73Measuring and Testing,   subclasses 305+ for float type liquid level or depth gauges, and subclass 322.5 providing for floats, per se.
116Signals and Indicators,   subclasses 110+ for float operated liquid level indications.
137Fluid Handling,   subclass 558 for liquid level responsive indicator, recorder or alarm.
340Communications: Electrical,   subclasses 612+ for electrical automatic fluent material level responsive indicating systems.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 52]    52AUTOMATIC CONTROL:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having means to sense some condition, which means causes operation of a control device.
(1) Note. The above definition excludes valves, closures, and nozzles, directly operated by the pressure or flow of the material (e.g., check valves), or by gravity or inertia. See the following notes.
(2) Note. Automatic controls are associated with subject matter of most of the classes. Only those will be set forth in the notes to this and the indented subclasses which appear most nearly related to the combinations of this class.

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14+,for cutoffs operated by selectively preset volume or rate of flow mechanism.
23+,for automatic controls where a recorder, register, indicator, signal or exhibitor is claimed.
332,375, 380, 387, 396, 400, 490, and 491+, for various combinations including valves, closures, and movable nozzles directly operated by the pressure or flow of material.
353,437, 457, and 479, for barometric and angle of repose devices in various combinations.
500,for gravity and inertial operated closures and valves.

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4Baths, Closets, Sinks, and Spittoons,   appropriate subclasses for automatic controls associated with the subject matter of such class. It is noted that this class includes such dispensing, per se, for the special purposes of the class (4).
34Drying and Gas or Vapor Contact With Solids,   subclasses 524+ particularly subclasses 573+, for automatic controls for the subject matter of such class.
118Coating Apparatus,   subclasses 663+ for coating apparatus having automatic control features.
119Animal Husbandry,   appropriate subclasses. Many of the devices in this class, particularly in subclasses 51+ and 72+ are dispensers, per se, for the special purposes of this class.
122Liquid Heaters and Vaporizers,   subclasses 446 through 458and 504+.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 38+ for control by change of position or inertia of the system; subclasses 47+ for speed responsive valve control; subclasses 59+ for freeze condition responsive safety systems; subclasses 65+ for combustion failure responsive fuel safety cutoffs; subclasses 67+ for destructible or deformable element control; subclasses 78.1+ for atmospheric change responsive control; subclasses 82+ for pressure modulators, relays or followers; subclasses 87.01+ for self-proportioning or correlating systems; subclasses 386+ for liquid level responsive or maintaining systems; and subclasses 455+ for line condition change responsive valves, including safety cut-off, pop, pressure regulating and directly responding safety and check valves.
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclasses 192+ for filling apparatus having automatic control of flow cut-off or diversion of material to the receiver.
159Concentrating Evaporators,   subclass 44 for automatic fluid feed and discharge devices.
169Fire Extinguishers,   subclasses 7+ for automatic chemical pressure generating systems, subclasses 19+ for automatic valves, 26+ for automatic receptacles, 56+ for condition responsive control for special applications.
177Weighing Scales,   subclasses 60+ for material control responsive to a weigh chamber.
184Lubrication,   subclasses 66+ for gravity feed lubricators with automatic cutoff.
192Clutches and Power-Stop Control,   subclasses 116.5+ for automatic stop mechanism.
198Conveyors: Power-Driven,   appropriate subclasses for different types of conveyors or systems of plural conveyors having operation control means responsive to a condition of a conveyor or to a condition of the conveyed load.
209Classifying, Separating, and Assorting Solids,   subclasses 509+ , for automatic assorting, subclasses 491 and 496, for automatic control of discharging.
210Liquid Purification or Separation,   subclasses 97+ for fluid pressure, flow or material level responsive devices which may include material feed controls, particularly subclass 101.
217Wooden Receptacles,   subclasses 100+ for automatic valved bungs.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 9+ for article dispensing devices not otherwise provided for, having automatic control means.
235Registers,   subclasses 379 , 380, 381, and 383 for banking and credit card systems and mechanized stores, respectively, wherein either money or merchandise is released upon the sensing of a valid credit card and including means to debit the account of the individual receiving the money or merchandise.
241Solid Material Comminution or Disintegration,   subclasses 34+ for automatic feed controls associated with comminutors.
251Valves and Valve Actuation,   subclasses 15+ for valves having a compulsory cut-off after a flow period initiated automatically.
414Material or Article Handling,   appropriate subclasses (e.g., 161, 270, 294+, 307, 315+, etc.) for a chamber or receptacle and material charging or discharging means therefor, and wherein the means is responsive to a condition of the chamber/receptacle, the material or the means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 53]    53Involving conveying conduit jacket and/or inert atmosphere (including vacuum) providing means:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 52.  Automatic control means applied to dispensers having either or both (1) means to jacket the material conveying conduits, or (2) means to provide a nonmaterial discharging inert atmosphere for the material to be dispensed, including means to evacuate gases from the container.
(1) Note. The inert atmosphere may be chemically inert, i.e., not reactive chemically with the material, or it may be one which is not combustible with vapors given off by the material.

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61,for automatic controls for a fluid pressure medium which causes material discharge, even though such fluid pressure medium provides an inert atmosphere.
152,for the means provided for in this subclass (53) without automatic control.
190,for means to humidify a dispenser receptacle or means to absorb moisture from its atmosphere.
195,209, 258, 261-263, 334, 373, 389, 394+, and 630+, for fluid flow discharge, gas agitation, or fluid pressure mediums causing discharge by acting on pumps, followers, etc., or by acting directly on material, even though the fluids used for such purposes are inert to the material being dispensed.

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169Fire Extinguishers,   for means to provide inert atmosphere to smother or prevent starting of fires, particularly subclasses 66+ .
422Chemical Apparatus and Process Disinfecting, Deodorizing, Preserving, or Sterilizing,   subclasses 42+ for preserving processes involving providing a protective layer.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 54]    54Temperature responsive or soluble controller:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 52.  Dispensers in which the condition sensing means is either soluble in a liquid or is responsive to a change in temperature.

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49Movable or Removable Closures,   subclasses 1+ for a thermal control for closures.
109Safes, Bank Protection, or a Related Device,   particularly subclass 33 for fusible, combustible or thermal actuators.
119Animal Husbandry,   subclass 73 for temperature controlled watering devices.
122Liquid Heaters and Vaporizers,   subclasses 504.1 and 504.3 for fusible safety devices.
126Stoves and Furnaces,   subclass 287.5 for fusible release dampers.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 59+ for freeze condition responsive safety systems; subclasses 65+ for combustion failure responsive fuel safety cut-offs; subclasses 67+ for frangible, fusible or soluble control elements; subclasses 79+ for atmospheric temperature change responsive control; subclass 457 for thermally responsive safetycut-offs requiring reset; and subclass 468 for valves responding automatically to changed thermal condition of the fluid controlled.
160Flexible or Portable Closure, Partition, or Panel,   subclasses 1+ , for both thermal and soluble actuators.
169Fire Extinguishers,   appropriate subclasses, particularly subclass 42 for fusible connections, 56+ for condition responsive controls.
184Lubrication,   subclass 68 for thermostatic cut-offs for gravity feed lubricators.
220Receptacles,   subclasses 89.1 through 89.4for frangible or fusible safety attachments.
236Automatic Temperature and Humidity Regulation,   which includes valves actuated by temperature responsive means and especially subclasses 12.1+ for automatic mixture control by temperature or heat content.
337Electricity: Electrothermally or Thermally Actuated Switches,   appropriate subclasses for electrothermal or thermally actuated switches.
374Thermal Measuring and Testing,   subclasses 100+ for a thermometer.
454Ventilation,   subclass 28 for a thermally released outlet cowl and subclass 369 for thermally actuated fire dampers used in ventilating systems.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 55]    55Constant weight, volume or pressure control by output:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 52.  Dispensers having means which responds to the volume, weight, or pressure of material already discharged without restraint on such material and correspondingly affects the discharge means employed, usually to secure uniformity of discharge regardless of varying conditions of the material as to specific gravity, etc., thus giving a constant feed from the source regardless of rate of use.

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56,for dispensers having a source delivering to a receiver which is also discharging, there being means responsive to the quantity of material in the receiver to control discharge from the source thus containing a variable feed from the source due to the rate of use.
57,for dispensers controlled by the volume, weight, pressure or rate of flow of a second material.
353,437, 457, and 479, for barometric or angle of repose devices in various combinations.

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19Textiles: Fiber Preparation,   subclasses 204+ for regulation of the fibers fed during cleaning.
177Weighing Scales,   subclasses 116+ for a weigher which cuts off the feed after a predetermined weight is accumulated in the weigh chamber.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 56]    56Delivery from source controlled by quantity in discharging receiver:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 52.  Dispensers having means controlling the rate of discharge from a source, the means being responsive to the quantity of material in a receiver which is also discharging material thus giving a variable feed from the source due to the rate of use.
(1) Note. Valved material discharge guides are included where means responsive to the pressure of the material is provided in the guide.

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55,for control by volume, weight, or pressure of material delivered from dispenser thus giving a constant feed regardless of rate of use.
57,for dispenser controlled by the volume, weight, pressure, or rate of flow of a second material.
353,437, 457, and 479, for barometric or angle of repose devices in various combinations.

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19Textiles: Fiber Preparation,   subclasses 204+ , for regulation of fibers fed during cleaning.
48Gas: Heating and Illuminating,   subclass 53.4 for float valves for carbid dispensers controlled by the liquid level in an acetylene generator.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 386+ for level maintaining devices which may regulate inflow to a receptacle from which material is being removed.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 57]    57By weight, volume or pressure of a second dispensed material:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 52.  Dispensers having means controlling the rate of discharge from a source, the means being responsive to the volume, weight, pressure, or rate of flow of second material, for which dispensing means may or may not be provided.

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55,and 56, for dispensers controlled by the volume, weight or pressure of the material dispensed.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclass 3 for processes of mixing under conditions of automatic control, subclasses 87.01+ for self-proportioning or correlating fluid handling systems, especially subclasses 88+ for automatic mixture control, subclass 94 for fuel control by boiler or water system condition, subclasses 98+ for self-proportioning flow systems, and subclasses 111+ for self-controlled branched flow systems comprising plural inflow branches.
210Liquid Purification or Separation,   subclasses 109+ for discharge of treated material from a separator there provided for.
236Automatic Temperature and Humidity, Regulation,   subclasses 12.1+ , for thermal control of mixing of two fluids.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 58]    58By the weight of the material in the supply container:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 52.  Dispensers having means responsive to the weight of material in the supply container for controlling the discharge.
(1) Note. Valves or closures operated directly by material weight are not included (see note 1 to subclass 52), but movably mounted containers, self-adjusting by weight of their contents, and cut-offs interconnected to a relatively movable wall, false wall, or baffle which responds to varying weights in the container are here.

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332,375, 380, 387, 396, 490, and 491+, for various combinations including valves, closures, and movable nozzles directly operated by the pressure or flow of material.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 403+ for fluid handling systems controlled by the weight of accumulated fluid.
406Conveyors: Fluid Current,   subclasses 24+ and 32+ for conveyors controlled by the weight of the load in an intake receptacle.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 59]    59Cutoff operated by rate of flow responsive mechanism:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 52.  Dispensers in which means responsive to rate flow causes operation of cut-off means.

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14+,for cut-offs operated by a selectively preset volume or rate of flow means, the selective preset being to select one from definitely different volumes or rates as distinguished from mere adjustment of the mechanism to secure accuracy.

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4Baths, Closets, Sinks, and Spittoons,   for pertinent subclass(es) as determined by schedule review.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 459+ , 486+ and 497+ for line condition responsive valves operated by change in the rate of fluid flow in the line.
251Valves and Valve Actuation,   subclasses 15+ for valves which are fluid controlled for automatic cut-off after being opened by nonautomatic means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 60]    60Single complete revolution of controller element:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 59.  Dispensers in which the controller element is a cam which operates the cut-off at the end of a single complete revolution.

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73Measuring and Testing,   for devices of this general type which are not manually tripped, but repeat their operation indefinitely for metering purposes.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 61]    61Of dispensers with fluid pressure discharge assistance:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 52.  Dispensers in which the automatic control is (1) of a dispenser utilizing a fluid under pressure to cause dispensing, or (2) of dispensers with fluid pressure discharge assistant.

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3+,for dispensers for dispensing gases or vapors and see the Note for the distinction between gas or vapor dispensers and gas or vapor discharge assistants.
53,and see the Notes thereto for nondispensing inert atmosphere providing means.
209,258, 261 through 263, 373, 389, 394+, for fluid pressure discharge assistants in other combinations.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 154+ for diverse fluid containing pressure systems comprising traps for boiler feed and fluid separating traps.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 62]    62Float-controlled pressure liquid:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 61.  Dispensers in which the fluid pressure medium is a liquid and the responsive means is a float, usually of lower specific gravity than one of the liquids and higher than the other.

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395,for nonautomatic dispensers with a pressure liquid.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclass 154 for diverse fluid containing pressure systems for which the diverse fluids are liquids, and subclass 172 for fluid separating traps separating liquid from liquid.
210Liquid Purification or Separation,   subclasses 119 , 120 and 121+ for float controls there provided for.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 63]    63Motor control:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 52.  Dispensers in which the device controlled is a motor.

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333,and see the notes thereto for motor combinations not involving automatic control.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 64]    64Material level control:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 52.  Dispensers having means responsive to the level of material to cause operation of some device. The material may be in a supply container, trap, passage, overflow receptacle, etc.

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21,for selectively preset level responsive mechanism for determining a single trapped volume.
56,for control by level in a dispensing-receiver.
62,for float controlled pressure liquids.

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4Baths, Closets, Sinks, and Spittoons,   appropriate subclasses for water closets with liquid level controls.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 386+ for liquid levels responsive or maintaining systems.
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclasses 192+ for automatic control of flow cut-off or diversion.
184Lubrication,   subclasses 103.1+ for constant level lubricators.
221Article Dispensing,   appropriate subclasses for article dispensing devices not otherwise provided for including empty supply source responsive means, such devices being classified in subclasses 17+ and/or 108+ of that class (221).
414Material or Article Handling,   subclasses 295 and 296 for a static receptacle and means for charging or discharging the receptacle and wherein either the position of the charging means (subclass 295), or the drive of a charging conveyor (subclass 296), is responsive to the level of material in the receptacle.
431Combustion,   subclass 64 for a fuel burner having means maintaining a constant fuel level in a combustion zone.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 65]    65Full and/or empty interlock:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 64.  Dispensers in which the level-responsive means operates to prevent manual operation of some part of the dispenser unless the material is at the proper level.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 66]    66Empty container cutoff:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 64.  Dispensers having means which senses the empty condition of a supply container and prevents further operation of the discharging means or prevents the forcing of air through a metering device.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclass 399 for low level safety cut-offs of tanks.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 67]    67Float-operated flow controllers:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 64.  Dispensers in which the means which respond to the level of material is a float or float operated mechanism which operates a flow controller. The flow controller may be for inlet, outlet, vent, overflow, drain, or any dispenser outlet.

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4Baths, Closets, Sinks, and Spittoons,   for pertinent subclass(es) as determined by schedule review.
119Animal Husbandry,   subclasses 78+ for float controlled watering devices.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 409+ for float actuated valves.
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclasses 42 , 199+, 212+, 216, 220+, 229, and 303 for float controls in various combinations.
210Liquid Purification or Separation,   subclasses 119 , 120 and 121+ for various combinations of float controls.
220Receptacles,   subclasses 216+ for float type closures.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 68]    68Plural:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 67.  Dispensers having two or more outlet elements controlled by a float or two or more level responsive float mechanisms for the same trap or container. They may be for the same or different types of outlet.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 391 , 411 and 423 for liquid level responsive or maintaining systems involving plural floats and/or plural float controlled passages.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 69]    69For vent only:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 67.  Dispensers having a float-operated controller for a venting outlet only.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 71]    71VOLUME OR RATE OF FLOW METERING:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having a volume or rate of flow meter for determining the quantity dispensed.
(1) Note. See Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Volume or Rate of Flow Meters, Recorders, Registers, in the main class definition for the general line on volume or rate of flow meters.

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14+,for volume and rate of flow meters with selectively preset cut-off mechanism.
23+,for volume and rate of flow meters combined with a recorder, register, indicator, signal, or exhibitor.
52+,for automatic control combinations, particularly subclasses 59+.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 72]    72With meter bypass, gas separation, antisyphon priming:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 71.  Dispensers having means for meter by-passing, gas separation, antisiphoning devices and/or means for priming the meter.

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318,for discharge assistant by-pass means.

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73Measuring and Testing,   subclasses 198+ for the volume or rate of flow meter subcombination.
96Gas Separation: Apparatus,   for apparatus for gas separation, per se.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 171+ for fluid separating trap and vents in diverse fluid containing pressure systems.
138Pipes and Tubular Conduits,   subclasses 26+ , for pressure compensators.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 73]    73With hose pressure relief or maintenance:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 71.  Dispensers having means for maintaining full pressure and/or relieving excess pressure in a fluid filled hose at the outlet side of the meter (wet-hose type).

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73Measuring and Testing,   subclass 276 .
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 74]    74HOSE OR OTHER MOVABLE DISCHARGE GUIDE INTERLOCKS AND INTERCONNECTIONS:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having means for supporting or guiding a movable discharge guide interconnected with means for controlling or causing discharge to prevent discharge when the guide is in nonuse position, or having actuators for switch or motor control means for dispensing mechanism interconnected with the movable material discharge guide or with an actuator for a discharge controller carried thereby.
(1) Note. Movable discharge guides which are connected to flow controllers or closures, so that when one is operated the others operate, are excluded, see subclass 537 and the notes thereto.

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320+,for movable nozzles connected to a discharge assistant to move therewith, and see the notes thereto.
538+,and see the notes thereto for miscellaneous movable discharge guides having means for housing or securing discharge guides in a position of nonuse.

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34Drying and Gas or Vapor Contact With Solids,   subclass 87 for interlocks.
137Fluid Handling,   subclass 355.16 for combined hose holders and fluid supplies, especially subclass 355.18 in which hose movement controls flow of fluid.
192Clutches and Power-Stop Control,   subclasses 116+ for power stop interlocks.
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclass 195 for spraying and discharging devices having combined therewith hose holders and fluid supplies, especially subclass 196 in which movement of the hose controls fluid flow.
242Winding, Tensioning, or Guiding,   subclasses 370+ for a reeling device which may wind various materials including a hose.
248Supports,   subclasses 75+ for hose and/or nozzle type supports.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 75]    75Switch or motor control and discharge controller actuator:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 74.  Dispensers having connections or interlocks between a switch or motor control and an actuator for a discharge controller carried by a movable material discharge guide.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 77]    77WEIGHING:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers combined with weighing mechanism.
(1) Note. This is the residual subclass involving weighing. For weighing means in other combinations, the preceding subclasses should be considered.

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55,for constant weight control by output.
57,for control by weight of a second material.
58,for automatic control by weight of the material in the supply container.

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177Weighing Scales,   subclasses 60+ for weigh pan responsive control of filling, or both filling and emptying, of the weigh pan; subclasses 145+ for a weigher having loading or unloading means; and subclasses 161+ for a weigher having a load guide.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 78]    78SIMULATIONS:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers where features of external configuration simulating some object are claimed.

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221Article Dispensing,   subclass 24 for article dispensing devices not otherwise provided for and having external configurations simulating other things.
280Land Vehicles,   subclasses 827+ for velocipedes having means to simulate other things.
446Amusement Devices: Toys,   subclasses 268+ for a figure toy which may include a dispenser; and subclass 475 for other dispensing toys.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 79]    79Firearms:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 78.  Dispensers made in simulation of a fire-arm.
(1) Note. The so-called "gun-type" dispensers are not here, even though they may have pistol type grips or other individual features simulating fire-arms. This subclass takes those devices which in their entirety simulate fire-arms, e.g., water guns.

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42Firearms,   for pertinent subclass(es) as determined by schedule review.
89Ordnance,   for pertinent subclass(es) as determined by schedule review.
124Mechanical Guns and Projectors,   subclass 55 , for a projector that impels a puff of gas.
362Illumination,   subclass 112 , for imitation firearm type flash lights.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 80]    80WITH CUTTER AND/OR PUNCH:
 Dispensing devices claimed in combination with a punch or a cutter. The cutter or punch must be combined with dispensing features, or claimed in combination with a dispenser.
(1) Note. In this subclass are placed patents where the cutter or punch does not form a dispensing opening. Where two or more cutters or punches are provided and at least one forms a dispensing opening, see the subclasses below.
(2) Note. The punch or rupturing means does not have to function by cutting but may operate to knockout previously weakened portions or frangible closures.
(3) Note. See Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices, in the main class definition for related art in other classes involving hollow needles for puncturing a receiver of material dispensed and other dispensers associated with means to cut or puncture that which receives dispensed material.

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85+,and 87, for devices in which a nondispensing opening is formed in addition to forming a dispensing opening.
345+,for devices which strike off or level the charge in a conveyor type trap chamber, even though such device is designated a cutter.
544+,for discharge controllers not having an edge sharpened to cut off the dispensed material.

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30Cutlery,   subclass 2 for carton openers and subclass 6.3, for can openers including means for forming a material guide in connection with the opening, and see the notes to the main class and subclass definitions of Class 30 for the search field on cutting processes, implements and machines.
83Cutting,   appropriate subclasses, for a cutting or punching device, and particularly subclass 660 .
220Receptacles,   subclass 278 , where the punch also serves as or is carried by a closure for the puncture, and there are no dispensing features (e.g., nozzles or pouring lips).
248Supports,   subclasses 216.1+ , for brackets with support penetrating means.
408Cutting by Use of Rotating Axially Moving Tools,   subclasses 199+ for augers adapted to form dispensing openings in barrel-heads or bottle corks, when no dispensing feature is claimed.
414Material or Article Handling,   subclass 412 , as explained in the reference thereto appearing in Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Puncturing Injectors and Other Nozzles, Spouts, and Pouring Devices, in the definition of this class (222).
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 81]    81To form dispensing opening in container:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 80.  Dispensers in which at least one cutter or punch is designed to form a dispensing opening in the container which holds the material to be dispensed.
(1) Note. Devices for dispensing gases are not included in this subclass and the indented subclasses. Such devices have been set up as a special group in preceding subclasses 3+.

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5,for gas pressure reservoirs, per se, combined with a cutter or punch to form an opening for dispensing the gaseous contents. (See (1) Note.).

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137Fluid Handling,   subclass 15.14 for a process of tapping a pipe or tank (e.g., gas main, water main, keg, etc.) having an aperture forming cutter or cutting tool, or subclass 318 for tapping a pipe, keg, or apertured tank under pressure using aperture forming means.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 30+ for article dispensers not otherwise provided for, including cutter or punch means for forming openings in supply containers or in the wrapper thereof.
401Coating Implements With Material Supply,   subclasses 132+ for hand manipulated applicators of general utility having a tool, and a container for the material which must be ruptured in order that the material may be available to the tool.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 82]    82With discharge assistant:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 81.  Dispensers having discharge assistant means to discharge the contents of the container in which the opening has been formed.

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251+,for definitions of "discharge assistant" and various types thereof, and see the notes to such subclasses for the location of the other combinations and subcombinations involving such means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 83]    83Mounted for relative motion:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 81.  Dispensers having at least one cutter or punch mounted movably relative to other portions of the structure with which it is associated so that it may be moved relative to such associated structure to perform its cutting or punching operation.
(1) Note. The cutter or punch may be a permanent part of the receptacle whose contents are to be dispensed, as by being permanently mounted on or within the receptacle, or it may be a part of a device separate from the receptacle and movable relative to other parts of such separate device.
(2) Note. Where there are cutters or punches for forming plural openings, the relatively movable cutter or punch may be either the one for cutting the dispensing opening, or for cutting, venting and/or mutilating openings.

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85+,for other devices for forming plural openings, where none of the devices are mounted for relative motion.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 83.5]    83.5With sleeve or rest for container cut:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 83.  Dispensers having a sleeve or rest into or on which the receptacle to be cut is placed.

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86,for similar devices with nonmovable cutters for cutting plural holes.
88,for sleeves and/or rests combined with cutters.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 85]    85For cutting plural openings:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 81.  Dispensers in which two or more distinct apertures are formed in the container whose contents are to be dispensed by the cutting or punching operation.
(1) Note. Where plural cutters or punches cooperate together to form a single aperture, the patent is not in this or the indented subclass but in other appropriate subclasses of this group.
(2) Note. Where plural cutters or punches which are alternatively usable but the organization and arrangement thereof is such that they are not operable on the same receptacle to form plural openings, the patent is not in this or the indented subclass.

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83,for plural devices in which at least one is mounted for relative motion.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 86]    86With sleeve or rest for container cut:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 85.  Dispensers having a sleeve or a rest into or on which the receptacle to be cut is placed.
(1) Note. The sleeve or rest is ordinarily associated with a funnel or nozzle.

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83.5,for similar devices with one or more relatively movable cutters.
88,for such devices having means to cut a single opening.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 87]    87With container-destroying means:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 81.  Dispensers having means for mutilating by cutting, crushing, or otherwise destroying the container, usually to prevent reuse.

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80,for cutters for preventing reuse where no dispensing outlet is formed.
85+,for cutting of openings in addition to the dispensing opening including openings to prevent reuse.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 88]    88With sleeve or rest for container cut:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 81.  Dispensers in which there is a sleeve or rest into or on which the receptacle to be cut or punched is placed.

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83.5,for similar devices with one or more relatively movable cutters.
86,for such devices for cutting plural openings and see the notes appended thereto.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 89]    89With nonfriction fit means to secure discharge quide to container:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 81.  Dispensers in which there is a nozzle associated with a cutter or punch, and in which there is means to secure the nozzle to the receptacle whose contents are to be dispensed.
(1) Note. Mere friction fit is excluded for which see other appropriate subclasses of this group.

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567+,for such attaching means without an associated cutter or punch.

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285Pipe Joints or Couplings,   subclasses 18+ for couplings combined with assembly means, especially subclass 40 for a coupling comprising thread cutting means, and subclasses 189+ for end-to-plate joints, especially subclass 193 for a joint between a faucet and plate.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 90]    90Abutment for container interior:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 89.  Dispensers in which that portion of the nozzle which extends within the receptacle whose contents are to be dispensed has associated with it a part which extends beyond the nozzle wall to engage or abut the inner side of the wall of the receptacle to hold the nozzle in place.

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91,where the only inner wall surface engaging means is a screw helix.
569,for similar mounting means without a cutter.

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285Pipe Joints or Couplings,   subclass 191 for an end-to-plate coupling with means holding the members together comprising a bolt or hook in the flow.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 91]    91Screw:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 89.  Dispensers in which the means for securing the nozzle to the receptacle is of the screw type.
(1) Note. The screw helix may only partially surround the part which is inserted through the opening in the receptacle.

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568,for such securing means without a cutter or punch.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 92]    92COLLAPSIBLE WALL-TYPE CONTAINER:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensing devices in which one or more walls of the material container are made of nonresilient material which will deform (collapse) when pressure is applied thereto and will not return to its initial position.
(1) Note. Where characteristics of the collapsible wall or characteristics, of other parts of the combination which are present because of the collapsible wall are not claimed, the patent is not in this or the indented subclasses, but in the subclasses following this group, even though the container is broadly identified in the claims as a collapsible wall type.
(2) Note. This group of subclasses takes patents wherein the outer walls are collapsible as defined in the subclass definition. Internal collapsible members (as followers) are not included.
(3) Note. Tube deflating means comprising force exertive means applied to the exterior portions of the tube are here included as collapsible wall type receptacles.

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206+,for resilient wall type dispensers, even though the actual wall structure is collapsible if means for returning the wall structure to its initial position is provided.
386.5,for collapsible wall followers. See (2) note.

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29Metal Working,   subclasses 17.1+ for sheet metal and foil manufacturing; and subclasses 400.1+ for miscellaneous processes of making hollow articles.
72Metal Deforming,   appropriate subclasses for a method or machine for making a metal tube or cup from a single-piece blank, particularly subclass 267 for "impact extrusion" and subclasses 347+ for "deep drawing".
92Expansible Chamber Devices,   subclasses 89+ , for collapsible wall expansible chamber devices.
138Pipes and Tubular Conduits,   appropriate subclasses for mere tubular conduit structures not disclosed as dispensing containers and not involving any other dispensing features. For a statement of the line, see the reference to Class 222 in the Search Class note to the class definition of Class 138.
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclasses 327 and 328 for a sprinkling or spraying device comprising a supply holder with resilient or collapsible walls.
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclass 65 for tube deflation accomplished by drawing a vacuum on the interior of the tube to deflate same where other necessary characteristics of Class 141 are present.
220Receptacles,   appropriate subclasses for collapsible container subcombinations, per se, not involving characteristics of the collapsible walls and not involving other dispensing features. See (1) Note to the definition of this subclass, above.
221Article Dispensing,   subclass 64 for article dispensers having flexible supply container walls and in subclass 65 for such dispensers having collapsible or telescoping supply container wall structure.
229Envelopes, Wrappers, and Paperboard Boxes,   for paper container subcombinations not involving characteristics of collapsible walls and not involving dispensing features at present classified in Class 229. Certain subclasses (such as subclasses 7 and 17) of Class 229 contain dispensers and structures of the nature of the types now retained in that class (229) are classified in those subclasses.
264Plastic and Nonmetallic Article Shaping or Treating: Processes,   appropriate subclasses for processes of molding or shaping plastic materials, within the class definitions, to produce collapsible wall tubes. For specific subclasses pertaining to production of hollow articles, see subclasses 150 ,171.26+ 209.1+, 267+, 312, 512+, and 523+.
401Coating Implements With Material Supply,   appropriate subclasses, for an implement comprising a collapsible wall type reservoir in combination with a coating tool; and see (4) Note to the definition of subclass 143 of that class (401).
417Pumps,   appropriate subclasses for collapsible wall type pumps.
418Rotary Expansible Chamber Devices,   subclass 45 for a rotary expansible chamber device having a collapsible progressively deformed working chamber wall.
493Manufacturing Container or Tube From Paper; or Other Manufacturing From a Sheet or Web,   subclasses 269+ for making a tube from a sheet or web.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 93]    93With additional article-holding means:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 92.  Dispensers having means to support or hold articles in addition to the collapsible wall receptacle.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 94]    94Plural container and/or compartment:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 92.  Dispensers in which (1) two or more receptacles are claimed in combination and/or (2) a receptacle having plural compartments is claimed.

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129+,for other plural receptacle or plural compartment receptacles.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 95]    95With wall-collapsing means:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 92.  Dispensers having means other than or in addition to mere manual squeezing or gravity flow to assist or cause discharge of the receptacle contents.
(1) Note. The majority of such means act on the wall structure to collapse the same. Some patents, all in this subclass (95), do not act on the wall structure, such as pumps, with the receptacle connected to the intake, atmosphere pressure causing collapse of the wall, and receptacles having a material follower therewithin, the walls being collapsed by hand.

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401Coating Implements With Material Supply,   subclass 152 and indented subclasses 153, 154, and 155 for a hand manipulated coating device with material supply and a reservoir which has a nonresilient deformable wall or wall portion, the implement being provided with means to deform or collapse the wall or wall portion to force material to the tool from the reservoir.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 96]    96With interconnected flow controller or closure operating means:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 95.  Dispensers having means interconnected with the wall collapsing means for operating the valve or other discharge outlet flow controller or closure.

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544+,and see the search notes for other valve and closure operators in this class.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 97]    97Plural types:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 95.  Dispensers having at least two means of different types for acting on the receptacle wall to collapse same.
(1) Note. In this subclass, for example, and combined winding type and clamping type.

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95,or other appropriate type subclass, for plural wall collapsing means of the same type.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 98]    98Winding and roller types:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 97.  Dispensers having both the winding type of wall collapsing means as defined in subclass 99 and the roller type as defined in subclass 101.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 99]    99Winding type:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 95.  Dispensers having an element which causes the tube wall to collapse and wind up into roll form.
(1) Note. These devices generally have an element (frequently called a key) to engage the closed end of the receptacle and a handle to turn the same to perform the winding operation. It may be either separable or built into the receptacle structure.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 100]    100With casing or support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 99.  Dispensers claiming (1) a casing to enclose the receptacle in whole or in part and/or (2) means to support the receptacle.

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95,through 98, 101 through 105, to complete the search on support or casing combinations since the patents in such subclasses have not been cross-referenced on this combination.
160+,for movably mounted receptacles of other types and see the notes to such subclasses.
173+,for other types of receptacles with casing or support and see the notes to such subclasses.

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141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclasses 351+ for receiver actuated discharge means.
248Supports,   subclasses 108+ for supports for paste-tubes.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 101]    101Roller type:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 95.  Dispensers in which the wall collapsing means comprises a roller which rolls over and applies pressure to the wall of the receptacle to cause the same of collapse and the contents to be forced out.
(1) Note. The rolling element may be of spherical or other noncylindrical form, and/or of irregular surface configuration.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 102]    102Plural roller:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 101.  Dispensers having more than one roller.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 103]    103Clamping type:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 95.  Dispensers in which the wall collapsing means operates by moving transversely against the receptacle wall to collapse the same by a clamping action.
(1) Note. The pressure applying elements may have motion longitudinally of the receptacle from the closed end toward the outlet in addition to the clamping motion.

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95,for those devices operating by a sliding motion only.
101+,for slidable rollers.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 104]    104Twisting type:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 95.  Dispensers in which the wall collapsing means operates by twisting the collapsible walls.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 105]    105With casing or support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 92.  Dispensers claiming (1) a casing to enclose the receptacle in whole or in part and/or (2) means to support the receptacle.

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100,and see the notes thereto for the complete field of search.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 106]    106Combined:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 92.  Dispensers claimed in combination with features other than the receptacle structure and not provided for above.
(1) Note. Receptacle structure includes handles and/or handgrips, inlets and/or outlets and their valves, feed controllers and/or closures.

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192,and the subclasses preceding it in the schedule for combinations as defined in this subclass (106) where the receptacle is other than the collapsible wall type.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 107]    107Nonmetallic:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 92.  Dispensers in which the walls are made, at least in part, of nonmetallic material. The nonmetallic material may be a coating.

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100,and the other subclasses noted for casings in addition to the collapsible wall receptacle and which may be of nonmetallic materials.
215,for resilient, nonmetallic wall receptacles.

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229Envelopes, Wrappers, and Paperboard Boxes,   for pertinent subclass(es) as determined by schedule review.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 108]    108DRIP, LEAKAGE OR WASTE CATCHING OR DISPOSAL:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers in which means are provided to catch or otherwise dispose of material dripping, leaking, or being discharged as waste material.
(1) Note. By drip, leakage or waste is meant material which escapes to the exterior of a dispenser and which is not caught or received by the intended receiver, including condensate.
(2) Note. See Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Drip Leakage or Waste Catchers, in the main class definition for a general statement on drip, leakage, or waste catchers, and for notes to other classes having related art.

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571,for antidrip nozzle, spout, or pouring device structure.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 312+ for leakage or drip collecting in fluid handling systems.
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclass 364 for a filling supply of dumping or draining type supported upon a receiver and see the search notes there included.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 109]    109Return to main supply:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 108.  Dispensers having one or more passages formed for the special purposes of returning the drip, leakage, or waste to the dispensing receptacle interior from which it escaped.

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118,for material return to supply from an independent receiver.
318,for material return to supply from a discharge assistant.
424,for miscellaneous combinations involving material return to supply.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 110]    110Valved:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 109.  Dispensers having a valve controlling the return passage.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 111]    111With enclosing cover:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 109.  Dispensers having a cover which may be moved to expose some or all of the operating parts of the dispenser.

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182,for other patents having the feature.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 113]    113WITH ILLUMINATOR OR BURNER:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having either, or both, (1) an illuminating means, or (2) a fuel burner which may be for either heating or illuminating purposes.

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131,where a jacket about a dispenser provides for heat exchange, there being no burner.
146,for miscellaneous heating and cooling means not having a burner.

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110Furnaces,   subclass 260 for a solid fuel furnace provided with a fluid fuel burner.
126Stoves and Furnaces,   for pertinent subclass (es) as determined by schedule review.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 335+ for burners for heating material in fluid handling systems.
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclass 18 for illuminated fountains, and subclasses 128+ for heating means for the spray apparatus of spray fluid.
362Illumination,   appropriate subclasses for other combinations of illuminator with other devices.
431Combustion,   appropriate subclass for a fuel burner, per se.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 129]    129PLURAL SOURCES, COMPARTMENT, CONTAINERS AND/OR SPACED JACKET:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers in which (1) the dispensing container is provided with a plurality of separate compartments at least one having dispensing means, (2) two or more containers are claimed in combination, at least one being a dispensing container, or (3) a dispensing container has a jacket surrounding the same and spaced therefrom, at least in part, to provide a material or article receiving space.
(1) Note. Under (3) the jacket is usually provided for heat exchange purposes.
(2) Note. One or more devices arranged in series with the supply chamber, or with each other so that in the normal dispensing operation the material passes from one to the next in series to be discharged from the last of the series, are not in this subclass (129) or the indented subclasses, but are in subclasses following in the schedule, unless there is also claimed the subject matter of this subclass (129). Such series devices may be a discharge assistant, trap chamber, removable discharger, nozzle, etc.
(3) Note. The combination of plural dispensing compartments (one of which is a fluent material dispenser) is provided for in Class 221, Article Dispensing, and is classifiable in that class in subclass 96, thereof.

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6,for parallel connected gas or vapor dispensing devices serially used.
57,for automatic control of one dispensed material by the weight, volume, or pressure of a second dispensed material.
94,for plural receptacle or compartment devices of the collapsible wall type.
100,and 105, and the subclasses set forth in the Notes to the definitions, for collapsible wall type receptacles having casings, some of which are of the spaced jacket type.
188,for dispensers with a fluid trap seal for an inlet and/or outlet.
399,for gas pressure supplying reservoirs for fluid pressure dispensers.

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53Package Making,   subclasses 147+ for apparatus to form groups of contents units and to subsequently package same.
122Liquid Heaters and Vaporizers,   subclass 401 for chemical feeders for boiler cleaners.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 3+ for processes of controlling mixtures; subclasses 87.01+ for apparatus for automatically controlling plural flows, especially subclasses 88+ for mixture condition maintaining or sensing controls; subclasses 111+ for plural inflows in branching systems; subclass 127 for sequentially parallel siphoning from plural tanks; subclass 240 for addition of separate material for cleaning purposes; subclasses 255+ for plural tanks or compartments with parallel inflow and/or outflow; subclass 268 for holders for solid, flaky or pulverulent material to be dissolved or entrained in the fluid; subclass 387 for washing machine cycle control by liquid level; subclasses 561+ for distribution systems, especially subclasses 565.29+ for plural pump systems; subclasses 594+ for systems having plural noncommunicating flow paths; subclasses 597 and 602+ for systems having multiple inlets and multiple and single outlets respectively.
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclasses 9 and 100+ for processes of and apparatus for filling with plural materials.
169Fire Extinguishers,   particularly subclasses 14+ , 27 and 71+ for such subject matter involving plural sources.
177Weighing Scales,   subclass 61 for a weigh chamber translatable among plural sources.
210Liquid Purification or Separation,   subclass 101 for flow, fluid pressure or material level proportionate feed means, and subclasses 198.1+ for means to add treating material to a separator.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 92+ for article dispensing having plural sources, stacks or compartments, and see (3) Note, above.
236Automatic Temperature and Humidity Regulation,   subclasses 12.1+ .
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclass 656 for a device for scattering or strewing nonfluid material over an extended area and comprising plural containers for the material feeding to a single scatterer.
406Conveyors: Fluid Current,   subclasses 117+ for fluid current conveyors having plural intakes.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 129.1]    129.1Cabinet-type dispenser for single mixed drinks:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 129.  Dispensers for supplying a mixed beverage, comprising a cabinet or counter associated installation, plural sources of supply for the ingredients of the beverage, and means for dispensing the constituent parts of a single drink and intermingling such parts, within the apparatus, either before or during discharge.
(1) Note. These subclasses are limited to drink mixers as an art collection, as distinguished from dispensers for other materials, since the special problems of temperature conditioning, sanitation, attractive housing and ingredient mixing led to the development of peculiar associations of subcombinational features which appear best classified together. As examples, patents included in this group include claimed disclosures of heat exchange or cooling means (Classes 62 and 257), cabinet structures (Class 312) mixing nozzle means (Classes 137 and 299), and other fluid handling systems of the types classified in Class 137 and in later subclasses of Class 222.

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145,for dispensers having plural material sources in which the plural materials are dispensed from a single, common discharge outlet, but not having the cabinet or counter associated installation required for classification in this subclass.
146,for dispensers having heating or cooling means, and see the search notes to that subclass for other related search fields.
173+,for dispensers having supports, casings, etc., and see the search notes thereto.

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62Refrigeration,   appropriate subclasses, particularly subclasses 336 , 338+ and 389+ (particularly subclass 390), and see the reference to Class 62 in the class definition, References to Other Classes, in this class (222).
99Foods and Beverages: Apparatus,   subclass 275 for similar beverage making and mixing combinations including specific material treatment means, as carbonating or cooking.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 170.5+ for drink dispensing of the type involving foam control in handling gas charged liquids; subclass 263 for a tank or trap receiving flowable material from at least two tanks or compartments; subclass 268 for holders having a supply of solid, flaky or pulverized material to be dissolved or entrained; subclasses 571+ for fluid handling systems comprising serial flow tanks or compartments; subclasses 583+ for fluid handling systems having plural openings, one a gas vent or access opening; subclasses 602+ for fluid handling systems having multiple inlets and a single outlet, especially subclasses 888+ and 896+ for those with means for mixing or combining plural diverse fluids.
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclass 174 for drink dispensers combined with cup dispensers, and subclasses 105+ for those having plural materials which are discharged through a common outlet.
165Heat Exchange,   subclass 75 for a coil in an enclosure with a removable cover giving access to the space about the coil; and subclasses 140+ for a device providing heat exchange between three or more noncommunicating fluids.
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   appropriate subclasses, especially subclasses 302+ , 398+ and 549 for spray apparatus or nozzles which mix and then discharge plural materials.
312Supports: Cabinet Structure,   appropriate subclasses for cabinet structures not involving specific fluid dispensing means.
366Agitating,   for dispensers including mixed drink cabinet type dispensers having agitating means of the type classifiable in Class 366. The line between Classes 222 and 366 is set forth in Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class in the class definition of Class 366.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 129.2]    129.2One ingredient operates dispensing means for another:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 129.1.  Dispensers in which the pressure of one of the constituent materials or energy derived from the flow thereof is instrumental in causing the dispensing or feeding of another material.

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57,for dispensers in which the rate of discharge from a source is automatically controlled in response to the volume, pressure or rate of flow of a second dispensed material.
133,for dispensers from plural sources in which there is a measured discharge from one source and indeterminate flow to another. In these devices the flow of one material is often instrumental in causing measured discharge of the other.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 129.3]    129.3With ingredient charge measuring:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 129.1.  Dispensers having means for delivering metered or predetermined amounts of one or more of the constituent materials of the beverage.

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133,for dispensers from plural sources in which there is a measured discharge from one source and indeterminate flow from another.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 129.4]    129.4Plural measured charges in single drink:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 129.3.  Dispensers in which there are means for the metered dispensing of more than one of the constituents of a single mixed drink.

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135+,for plural source dispensers having a discharge assistant for each source which may measure the quantity dispensed from each source at every operation or cycle of the apparatus.
145.1+,for plural source dispensers in which the plural materials are discharged from a common discharge outlet which may have provision for discharging measured quantities of more than one of the plural materials.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 130]    130At least one nondispensing:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 129.  Dispensers having at least one compartment, container, or spaced jacket which is not for dispensing.
(1) Note. The spaced jackets here are usually for heat exchange purposes or for receiving insulating material.
(2) Note. The additional containers or compartment here is usually for storing materials or articles and have nondispensing means associated therewith including exhibiting samples.
(3) Note. For plural receptacles or receptacles having plural compartments, none of the dispensing type, see the appropriate receptacle class.

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108,for compartments to catch waste leakage or drip.
182,where the nondispensing compartment merely houses or encloses some or all of the operating parts of the dispenser.
325+,for discharge assistant associated with a compartment, container or jacket which is solely for receiving a separable material supply container or cartridge.
538,where a nondispensing compartment is provided solely to house a discharge guide in a position of nonuse.

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62Refrigeration,   subclasses 389+ for a withdrawable liquid cooler having means specialized to cooling, particularly subclass 400 for a concentric ice holder and liquid container.
150Purses, Wallets, and Protective Covers,   particularly subclasses 112+ for plural compartment type.
190Trunks and Hand-Carried Luggage,   there being many patents on plural compartment types, see particularly subclasses 3+ , 29+, and 109+.
215Bottles and Jars,   subclass 6 for plural compartment type.
217Wooden Receptacles,   appropriate subclasses, for those having plural compartments, particularly subclasses 7+ .
220Receptacles,   subclasses 600+ for compartment type.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 97+ for article dispensers having similar compartment arrangement.
312Supports: Cabinet Structure,   substantially all types of which may involve plural compartments, subclasses 118+ being of the stock and sample showcase type.
383Flexible Bags,   subclasses 38+ for plural compartment type.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 131]    131Jacketed:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 130.  Dispensers in which the nondispensing compartment or receptacle is a jacket or double wall spaced from a dispensing container wall, usually for heat exchange or insulation.

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152,for conveying conduits with spaced jackets.
182,where the actuating parts of a dispenser are enclosed, and a cover therefor may be moved to expose the same.
183,for dispensers having jackets not spaced.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclass 375 for fluid handling systems having jacketed parts, in which the jackets may or may not be spaced form the jacketed part.
165Heat Exchange,   subclass 141 and 154+ for a receptacle having spaced jackets for heat exchanging mediums.
215Bottles and Jars,   subclasses 12.1+ for spaced wall or jacket devices.
220Receptacles,   subclasses 23.87+ , 560.1, 592.15, and 592.23, for receptacles having inner and outer containers; subclasses 62.11+ for a receptacle having a wall that has a plurality of distinct layers; subclasses 23.91 and 903 for a receptacle having a jacket; and subclasses 560.12+, 592.09+, and 592.2+ for insulated receptacles.
221Article Dispensing,   subclass 286 for article dispensers having spaced casing structures included therewith.
312Supports: Cabinet Structure,   subclasses 35+ for magazine type article retaining cabinets, and other appropriate subclasses, for miscellaneous cabinet structures where no combination with bulk dispensing means is claimed.
366Agitating,   subclass 149 for an agitator with a spaced jacket.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 132]    132Three or more diverse sources:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 129.  Dispensers having at least three sources of supply or supply containers which are not duplicates as to the manner of discharging or supplying material.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 133]    133Measured discharge from one and indeterminate flow from another:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 129.  Dispensers having provision for the discharge of a measured quantity from one source of material and an indeterminate or unlimited discharge from another.
(1) Note. The materials are usually intermingled after discharge.
(2) Note. For other combinations involving this character of operation, see the notes to other classes appended to subclass 129 of this class.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 134]    134Interconnected discharge volume varying means:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 129.  Dispensers having means for varying the discharge from the plural sources interconnected for uniform or proportional variations in each of the discharging volumes.

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267+,for single sources of supply having sets of discharging assistants with common discharge volume varying means.
282+,for single discharge assistants with discharge volume varying means.
434+,for trap chamber cut-off combinations with trap chamber volume varying means.
482+,for single supply containers having plural openings with flow controllers or closures for at least two of the openings.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 87.01+ for self-proportioning or correlating fluid handling systems.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 135]    135With discharge assistant for each source:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 129.  Dispensers having a discharge assistant in connection with each source. Two or more may or may not be duplicates, or a single assistant or trap may act on the material from two or more sources.

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251+,for definitions of "discharge assistant" and see the notes thereto for the location of such means in other combinations.

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19Textiles: Fiber Preparation,   subclasses 145+ involving assembling of different materials.
111Planting,   subclasses 73 and 80 for depositing plural materials.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 123+ for plural source article dispensing devices having discharge means for each source.
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclass 656 for plural containers holding nonfluid material and a single means to scatter or strew the material, with a discharge assistant for each container to force or deliver the material to the scattering or strewing means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 136]    136Single, operable on material from all sources:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 135.  Dispensers having a discharge assistant in which the same structure acts on material from all sources, the material either contacting the discharge assistant on opposite faces or at different points, or inlets, but the material from all sources following the same path in or through the discharge assistant.

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139+,where there are more than one common rotary or swinging material contacting elements even though they are interconnected structurally to operate as a unit.

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221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 126+ for article dispensers having plural sources of articles to be dispensed and common selector means for the actuation of the discharging means for the plural sources.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 137]    137Unitary reciprocating:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 135.  Dispensers having unitary discharge assistants, in which those portions which contact the material dispensed have a reciprocating motion (i.e., do not rotate or swing about an axis) and which unit acts on material from all sources.
(1) Note. By "unitary discharge assistants" is meant those structures which are so interconnected structurally by means other than or in addition to relatively moving operating means as to both prevent relative motion and compel motion together.

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361,and see the notes thereto for other combinations having reciprocating trap chambers or discharge assistants.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 138]    138Two or more rotary or swinging:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 135.  Dispensers in which that portion of a discharge assistant for each source which contacts the material discharged has either a rotary or a swinging motion about an axis.

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136,for such devices in which a rotary or swinging assistant is common to all sources.
361+,and 367+, and see the notes thereto for other combinations having rotary and swinging trap chambers and discharge assistants.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 139]    139Co-axial:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 138.  Dispensers having a common axis for the discharge assistants.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 140]    140Vertical axis:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 139.  Dispensers in which the axis is substantially vertical.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 141]    141Single plane:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 140.  Dispensers having the portions of the discharge assistant forming the discharge paths for the materials lying in substantially the same plane.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 142]    142Parallel axes:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 138.  Dispensers having the axes of the discharge assistants parallel.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 142.1]    142.1Hand manipulable shaker type:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 129.  Dispensers in which the plural supply compartments are adapted to be supported together in the hand and shaken to cause material to move through an outlet.
(1) Note. See class definition, Lines Wtih Other Classes and Within This Class, Hand Manipulable Shakers.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 142.2]    142.2Selection by relative movement between containers or containers and casing:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 142.1.  Dispensers in which the position of the plural supply compartments relative to one another or relative to a casing which supports and/or partially encloses both compartments must be altered in order to dispense from one of the compartments.

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144,for rotatably mounted assemblies of dispensing compartments, not of the hand shaker type.
160+,for single supply containers movable supported with reference to a base or casing.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 142.3]    142.3Containers removable from base or casing:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 142.1.  Dispensers in which the supply compartments are containers mounted upon a common base or within a common casing from which they all may be separated either together as a unit or individually.
(1) Note. This subclass does not include dispensers having plural containers in which one container supports another separably but there is no base or casing from which both are removable. The inner container in the subject matter of subclass 142.5, for example, is frequently supported by and separable from the outer coaxial container.
(2) Note. Each of the containers continues to be a container after removal from the common base or casing, i.e., each still has a bottom and sidewalls.

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142.5,see (1) Note.
179.5,for single dispensers separable from base or casing for use.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 142.4]    142.4Selection as a result of container shape, configuration or arrangement:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 142.1.  Dispensers in which the outlets of the supply compartments are in such position relative to one another or the internal structure of the compartments is such that the outlet from which material is dispensed is determined by orienting the container assembly relative to the direction of fall of the material to be dispensed from the selected container.
(1) Note. Closures for the individual outlets may be provided, but they are not essential to the restriction of flow from the unselected source.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 142.5]    142.5Container within container concentrically arranged:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 142.1.  Dispensers in which plural containers or supply compartments are arranged one within the other about a common axis so that one container surrounds the other.

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142.2,for this subject matter where the containers are movable relative to one another for selecting the source of material to be dispensed.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 142.6]    142.6With common selector:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 142.1.  Dispensers in which opening movement of the outlet element of one compartment causes or insures closing of the outlet of the other compartment, either because there is a single closure, including plural closures rigidly connected, for the plural outlets or because relatively movable closures are interconnected to operate selectively.

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144.5,for similar organizations in nonshaker type dispensers.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 142.7]    142.7Interconnected relatively movable closures:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 142.6.  Dispensers in which the plural compartments have closures movable relatively to one another and a single element, which is usually an actuator or a biasing means (or both), operably connected to both closures.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 142.8]    142.8Bodily slidable closure:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 142.6.  Dispensers in which a unitary or integrally connected closure member is movable as a whole in a straight line across the outlets of the several compartments.

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559+,for reciprocating flow controllers or closures for single chamber dispensers.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 142.9]    142.9Axially rotary closure for axial outlets:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 142.6.  Dispensers in which a unitary or integrally connected closure member is movable in rotation about an axis extending in the direction toward which the outlets of the several compartments open.

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142.5,for this subject matter where the several compartments are coaxial or concentrically arranged.
548,for rotary discharge controllers or closures for single chamber dispensers.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 143]    143Packing or stacking arrangements:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 129.  Dispensers having features of construction specially designed to permit of either stacking the receptacles one on another or placing plural receptacles alongside one another in the minimum of space.

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173,for single dispensers with jackets.

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206Special Receptacle or Package,   subclasses 499 through 520for container nesting and stacking means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 144]    144Rotatably mounted assembly:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 129.  Dispensers in which the plural receptacles or compartments are mounted to rotate as an assembly.

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167+,and see the notes thereto for rotatably mounted single sources.

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34Drying and Gas or Vapor Contact With Solids,   subclass 109 for compartmented or pocketed rotary devices and subclasses 127+ for combinations of two or more rotary drums or receptacles.
211Supports: Racks,   subclasses 77 and 78 for rotatable receptacle support racks.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 113 and 119+ for plural source article dispensing devices in which the plural sources are rotatably mounted.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 144.5]    144.5With selecting means:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 129.  Dispensers having means common to a plurality of the sources, compartments, or containers, to dispense selectively from one or more of said sources, compartments or containers.

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133,for similar selecting means combined with structure for delivering a measured quantity from one of the sources of material, and an indeterminate quantity from another, or selectively from one of the sources.
142.6,for this subject matter where the plural chambers are of the hand manipulable shaker type.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 145.1]    145.1With common discharge:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 129.  Subject matter wherein the plural sources, compartments or containers each have an individual feed path for feeding materials from the sources, compartments or containers and wherein the individual feed paths empty into a common feed path leading to a common outlet.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 602+ for a distribution system having plural inlets and a single outlet.
221Article Dispensing,   subclass 133 for an article dispenser having plural sources, stacks or compartments for the article to be dispensed and a common egress outlet for all of such sources, stacks or compartments.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 145.2]    145.2Including discharge path cleaning:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 145.1.  Subject matter including means which operates to clean parts of the common path.

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148+,for cleaning of the dispenser.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 145.3]    145.3Dispensed product retains identity of individual material (e.g., striped toothpaste):
 This subclass is indented under subclass 145.1.  Subject matter wherein individual materials from the sources are recognizable in the product dispensed.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 145.4]    145.4Movable material discharge guide:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 145.1.  Subject matter wherein there is associated with the common outlet a material discharge guide, so constructed as to be movable relative to a part to which the guide is attached for the purposes other than mere attachment or detachment.

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74+,for a hose or other movable discharge guide interlocks and interconnections.
160+,where the dispensing container is mounted for motion.
257+,for combinations of a follower and a casing enclosed impeller, at least one of them being interconnected with a movable nozzle.
320+,for a movable nozzle interconnected with a single discharge assistant.
461,for a funnel type outlet movably interconnected with a container.
507,for annular, outlet surrounding discharge guides which are movable relative to and constitute an actuator for a second movable outlet element.
522+,for an axially slidable tube, sleeve, or apertured cap.
526+,for a movable material discharge guide.
567+,for a nozzle, spout and pouring device having separable means for mere attachment and detachment purposes.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 615+ for an articulated or swinging flow conduit in distribution system.
251Valves and Valve Actuation,   subclasses 149+ , 150, 341+, and 349+ for other moving flow pipe section and spout.
291Track Sanders,   subclass 31 for a flexible or movable pipe operable to cutoff sand feed.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 145.5]    145.5Having mixing chamber:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 145.1.  Subject matter wherein the common feed path includes a space in which the materials from the individual feed paths are blended.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 145.6]    145.6Including mixing means:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 145.5.  Subject matter comprising a structure located in the space to aid in blending of the materials.

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459,for stationary agitator.

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366Agitating,   for agitating or mixing, in general, and see the line between Classes 222 and 366 as set forth in Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, in the class definition of Class 366.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 145.7]    145.7Having variable flow control:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 145.1.  Subject matter comprising means for adjustably regulating a material flow in (a) at least one of the individual feed paths or (b) the common feed path.
(1) Note. Check valves or mere outlet closures or valves are not included in this subclass.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 145.8]    145.8For common path:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 145.7.  Subject matter wherein the flow regulating means is located in the common feed path.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 146.1]    146.1WITH HEAT OR COOLING MEANS:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having means for raising or lowering the temperature of material dispensed above or below ambient temperature.

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62Refrigeration,   for the combination of a nominally claimed Class 222 disperser, e.g., a dispensing means, with a cooling means; a Class 222 dispenser specifi-cally claimed in combination with a specifically claimed cooling means is classified in Class 222.
219Electric Heating,   for the combination of a nominally claimed Class 222 dispenser, e.g., a dispensing means, with an electrical heating means; a Class 222 dispenser specifically claimed in combination with a specifically claimed electrical heating means is classified in Class 222.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 146.2]    146.2Heating only:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 146.1.  Dispensers having only means for raising the temperature of the material dispensed above ambient temperature.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 146.3]    146.3Having an aerosol:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 146.2.  Dispensers which include an aerosol, e.i., a device in which the material dispensed is caused to be discharged from a container by a fluid under pressure that directly contacts the material dispensed.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 146.4]    146.4By steam:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 146.2.  Dispensers wherein the temperature of the material dispensed is raised by a vapor which has been created by raising the temperature of water above it boiling point.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 146.5]    146.5By electrical energy:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 146.2.  Dispenser wherein the temperature of the material dispensed is raised by electrical current.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 146.6]    146.6Cooling only:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 146.1.  Dispenser having only means for lowering the temperature of the material dispensed below ambient temperature.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 147]    147WITH REFILL PREVENTING MEANS:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having means to prevent or render difficult the introduction of material into the dispenser.

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80+,particularly, subclasses 80, 85+, and 87 for structures which cut or punch a container for the purpose of refill preventing.
476,and subclasses following the same, for mere valve, flow controller or closure structure for the dispensing outlet. Refill preventing means requires more than such structure.

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141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclasses 346+ and 348+ for receivers which have features of structure to prevent filling except by use of a dispenser having special cooperative features.
215Bottles and Jars,   subclasses 14+ for other devices having this combination.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 148]    148WITH CLEANING MEANS:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having (1) devices which operate to clean parts of the apparatus other than or in addition to the material storage chamber or discharge paths, and (2) devices which operate to clean the storage chamber or discharge path and which are capable of functioning only when dispensing is not taking place or which do not assist with a dispensing operation.
(1) Note. This and the indented subclasses do not take devices which assist normal discharge (such as agitators and other discharge assistants) nor devices which remove material from such discharge assistants, nor does it take mere openings (with or without closures therefor) which provide access to the interior for cleaning or other purposes, such subject matter being provided for in the following subclasses.

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196.3,for hand manipulable shaker type dispensers having inertia operated movable means promoting dispensing by jarring or impact and also comprising elements adapted to clear the openings of a sifter or plural opening pattern dispensing outlet.
216+,for ejectors for the material in either (1) conveyor type discharge assistants with trap chambers or grooves, and (2) movable trap chambers.
226+,for discharge assistants having agitator type discharge assistants preceding them in acting on the material, and frequently having a wall cleaning function.
252+,for other plural sequentially operable discharge assistants, the second of which may be a cleaner type of agitator.
342,for scrapers or wipers for or carried by a discharge assistant.
345+,for strikers or clearers for conveyor type trap chambers.
478+,for dispensers having openings other than and in addition to dispensing outlets, including openings for access to the interior for cleaning or other purposes, there being no cleaning means claimed.

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15Brushing, Scrubbing, and General Cleaning,   for pertinent subclass(es) as determined by schedule review.
34Drying and Gas or Vapor Contact With Solids,   subclass 85 .
68Textiles: Fluid Treating Apparatus,   for pertinent subclass(es) as determined by schedule review.
134Cleaning and Liquid Contact With Solids,   and see the notes thereto for cleaning in general.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 237+ for fluid handling systems having installed cleaning means.
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclasses 89 and 92 for receiver inlet cleaners in a dispensing and receiving combination.
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclasses 106+ for spray nozzles combined with cleaning or flushing means therefor.
291Track Sanders,   subclasses 12 and 42+ for blast nozzle and sand-delivery pipe cleaners.
431Combustion,   subclasses 121+ for a burner having a purging or cleaning means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 149]    149Element extending through dispenser outlet:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 148.  Dispensers having means constructed to pass through the dispenser outlet passage to clean the same.

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322,for dispensers having discharge assistant with an actuator (for a movable dispenser element) projecting through the dispenser outlet.
501,for valve or closure elements, capable of stopping flow through the dispenser outlet and leaving an actuator projecting through an outlet. If there is no element capable of stopping flow, the device is in subclasses 149+.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 244+ for cleaning means in which a mechanical member passes through a flow passage.
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclasses 114+ for cleaners which pass through the nozzle outlet to clean same, and subclasses 569+ for nozzles having restrictors combined therewith, some of which pass through and clean the nozzle outlet.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 150]    150Operated by resilient container walls:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 149.  Dispensers in which the receptacle is of the resilient wall type and in which mechanism or connections between the cleaner and a wall causes motion of the cleaner on deflection of the wall.

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206+,for resilient wall type receptacles, particularly subclass 213 for wall actuated valves or closures. If the valve or closure or its actuator extends through and protrudes beyond the nozzle outlet, it is in subclass 150, even though the cleaning function is not alleged.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 151]    151Extending inwardly through container outlet:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 149.  Dispensers in which the cleaning element is caused to pass from the exterior inwardly through the outlet to perform its cleaning function.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 152]    152WITH CONVEYING CONDUIT JACKET AND/OR INERT ATMOSHERE (INCLUDIND VACUUM) PROVIDING MEANS:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having either or both (1) means to jacket a material conveying conduit, or (2) means to provide a nonmaterial discharging inert atmosphere for the material to be dispensed, including means to evacuate gases from the container.
(1) Note. The inert atmosphere may be provided by means to conserve the gases in the container by bells with seals or by storage containers, or by otherwise preventing free exhaust of such gases during refilling.
(2) Note. The inert atmosphere may be chemically inert, i.e., not reactive chemically with the material to be dispensed, or it may be one which is not combustible with the vapors given off by the material.

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53,for such devices combined with automatic control and see the notes thereto.
190,for means to humidify or remove moisture from the dispenser atmosphere.
195,209, 258, 261-263, 334, 373, 389, 394+, and 630+, for fluid flow discharge, gas agitation, or fluid pressure mediums causing discharge by acting on pumps, followers, etc., or by acting directly on material even though the fluids used for such purposes are inert to the material being dispensed.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 153.01]    153.01WITH LOCK OR FASTENING SEAL:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Subject matter including a device to secure the dispenser for impeding (a) an unauthorized use of the dispenser or (b) disassembly of parts of the dispenser from each other or (c) actuation or deactuation of a discharge assistant, flow controller or closure.

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147,for a refill preventing means

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70Locks,   for locks, per se.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 383+ for a fluid handling system with lock or seal.
221Article Dispensing,   subclass 154 for an article dispenser having a lock, latch, or seal means for the supply container or its support.
292Closure Fasteners,   subclasses 307+ for a seal.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 153.02]    153.02Plural:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 153.01.  Subject matter including two or more securing devices.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 153.03]    153.03Lock actuated by key or tool:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 153.01.  Subject matter wherein the lock is operated by use of a key or some other hand manipulated instrument.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 153.04]    153.04Lock operation dependent upon dispenser position:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 153.01.  Subject matter wherein the securing device impedes an operation of the dispenser unless the dispenser is moved to a predetermined orientation.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 153.05]    153.05Single-use fastening seal:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 153.01.  Subject matter wherein the fastening seal includes an element associated with the dispenser for (a) retaining the dispenser or the dispenser closure in a closed position or (b) indicating to a subsequent user that the dispenser or the dispenser closure has been previously opened or manipulated.

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147,for a refill preventing means.

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70Locks,   subclass 50 for padlock with seal.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 383+ for a fluid handling system with lock or seal.
221Article Dispensing,   subclass 154 for an article dispenser having lock, latch, or seal means for the supply container or its support.
292Closure Fasteners,   subclasses 307+ and 327 for a seal.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 153.06]    153.06Frangible:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 153.05.  Subject matter wherein the seal element is easily broken to gain access to the dispenser.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 153.07]    153.07Pull tab:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 153.06.  Subject matter wherein a tab or similar projecting device is associated with the seal element to be grasped by a user for breaking the seal element.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 153.08]    153.08Cord:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 153.05.  Subject matter wherein the seal element is an elongated string-like member.
(1) Note. The string-like member may be made of metal or non-metal material.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 153.09]    153.09Inhibiting disassembly:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 153.01.  Subject matter wherein the securing device operates to impede the separation of the parts of the dispenser from each other.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 153.1]    153.1Overcap:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 153.09.  Subject matter wherein the securing device is associated with a secondary closure covering a primary flow controller or closure member of the dispenser to impede access to the dispenser.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 153.11]    153.11For a fluid pressure discharge assistant:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 153.01.  Subject matter wherein the securing device is associated with a dispenser of the type utilizing a gas or liquid under pressure which directly contacts the material to be dispensed to cause a discharge.
(1) Note. A discharge assistant is defined in Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Discharge Assistants (e.g., Impellers, Pumps, Conveyors, Movable Trap Chambers, Etc., in the main class definition.

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153.13,for a lock to inhibit actuation of the discharge assistant which is not of the fluid pressure type.
394+,for a fluid pressure discharge assistant.
402.11,for an aerosol type dispenser having means for rendering the valve actuator inoperable.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 153.12]    153.12Maintain dispenser in open position:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 153.11.  Subject matter wherein the securing device maintains the dispenser in a dispensing mode.

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402.14,for an aerosol type dispenser (i.e., the dispenser where a valve is actuated by a nozzle or through a valve outlet) with means to hold the valve open.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 153.13]    153.13Inhibiting actuation of discharge assistant:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 153.01.  Subject matter wherein the securing device impedes the actuation of the discharge assistant.

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153.11,for a dispenser with a fluid pressure discharge assistant in combination with a locking device.
384,for a dispenser including piston holding means to prevent motion of the piston of a pump or pulsator.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 153.14]    153.14Inhibiting operation of flow controller or closure:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 153.01.  Subject matter wherein the securing device impedes the opening or closing of the flow controller or closure of the dispenser for regulating the flow of the material through the discharge outlet.

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153.1,for an overcap with lock denying access to a valve outlet or flow controller.
153.11,for a dispenser with a fluid pressure discharge assistant in combination with a locking device.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 154]    154INSPECTION DEVICES:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having means for permitting inspection of the contents or a part thereof.
(1) Note. Included for example are transparent graduated receptacles, receptacles, having transparent sight openings, transparent inserts in discharge passages, etc.
(2) Note. Mere transparent receptacles, mere filling and/or dispensing openings with or without their closures or valves are not considered inspection devices and occur in appropriate subclasses below.
(3) Note. The container may be either the supply container or a trap.

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23+,for such subject matter combined with pointers, indicators, exhibitors, etc.
205,215, 420, and 458, for example, for dispensers having mere transparent walls.

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73Measuring and Testing,   subclasses 323+ for liquid level or depth sight glasses and subclasses 426+ for measuring vessels having no dispensing features but which are provided with inspection means.
116Signals and Indicators,   subclasses 264+ for fluid flow sight devices.
137Fluid Handling,   subclass 559 for inspection means for fluid handling systems.
184Lubrication,   subclasses 96+ for sight feeds.
217Wooden Receptacles,   subclasses 9 through 11, 58 and 63, for those having display features.
221Article Dispensing,   subclass 155 for article dispensing devices having transparent inspecting or viewing means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 155]    155External gauge tubes:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 154.  Dispensers having gauge tubes mounted exteriorly of the container to show the material level within the container.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 156]    156Sight openings:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 154.  Dispensers in which a portion of the container is transparent and is so placed that the level or condition of the material may be seen.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 157]    157Graduated for level determination:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 156.  Dispensers in which the sight opening is of such an extent and so marked that the level of the contents may be determined by comparison with the marks.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 158]    158Graduated transparent container or trap:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 154.  Dispensers in which the entire container or its side walls are transparent and provided with graduations forming a scale for measuring the contents. The graduations may be placed on a separate member either inside or outside of the container.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 159]    159Transparent flow-line section:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 154.  Dispensers in which pipes or conduits are provided with transparent sections so that the fact of flow or the presence of material may be determined.

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40,for transparent flow line sections having an indicator moved by flowing material or for moving indicators exterior to the flow line section.

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116Signals and Indicators,   subclasses 264+ .
184Lubrication,   subclasses 96+ .
406Conveyors: Fluid Current,   subclass 36 .
431Combustion,   subclass 13 for a burner having a transparent viewing area.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 160]    160MOVABLY MOUNTED SUPPLY CONTAINER:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers in which at least the dispensing supply container is mounted for motion relative to its support or casing for some purpose other than mere attachment or detachment.
(1) Note. Where a discharge assistant is connected to the supply container for motion relative thereto, the supply container not being mounted for motion, the patent is in subclasses 173+, if means for immovable support is claimed, and in the appropriate following discharge assistant subclasses where no support means for the supply container is claimed.

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173,see note 1.
176+,where the supply container is mounted on a vehicle but has no motion relative to the vehicle chassis.
216+,for agitator-conveyor type discharge assistant or agitator-movable trap chamber combinations.
282+,for discharge assistants with volume varying means.
344+,for conveyor type or movable trap chambers, including barometric or angle of repose (355) and dipping (358+).
437,and 457, for other barometric and angle of repose traps in various combinations.
463,for rockable or weighted dispensing containers.

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4Baths, Closets, Sinks, and Spittoons,   particularly subclasses 365 , 592+, 627, and 644.
109Safes, Bank Protection, or a Related Device,   subclasses 45+ , for movably mounted safes.
137Fluid Handling,   subclass 581 for fluid handling systems involving a movable tank.
164Metal Founding,   subclasses 335+ for ladle or crucible type melt receptacle associated with molten metal shaping apparatus.
209Classifying, Separating, and Assorting Solids,   which has many subclasses on movably mounted receptacle type devices.
211Supports: Racks,   subclasses 71+ for movably mounted receptacle support racks.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 186+ for article dispensing devices in which the supply container is movably mounted for dispensing.
248Supports,   subclasses 128+ for movable receptacle stands; and subclass 202.1 for swinging receptacle brackets.
298Land Vehicles: Dumping,   appropriate subclasses.
366Agitating,   for a movably mounted mixing chamber, particularly subclasses 53+ and 219+.
414Material or Article Handling,   appropriate subclasses for a receptacle or other load holder which may move relative to its support for receiving or releasing a load.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 161]    161Vibratory (i.e., for agitation of container contents):
 This subclass is indented under subclass 160.  Dispensers in which the movement of the dispensing container is of relatively small amplitude, for the purpose of shaking the contents.

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196+,for supply containers not movably mounted and flexible walled containers, designed to be jarred or have the walls vibrated for the same purpose.

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184Lubrication,   subclass 69 for vibrator cut-offs for gravity feed lubricators.
209Classifying, Separating, and Assorting Solids,   appropriate subclasses, particularly subclasses 195+ and 446+.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 200+ for article dispensers having means to agitate, vibrate or jar the articles in the supply container, and see also appropriate subclasses indented under subclasses 156+ and 175+ for orienting and stack forming article dispensers, most of which involve agitation of articles in the supply container.
460Crop Threshing or Separating,   subclass 96 for vibrators for grain separator straw carriers.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 162]    162Moving relatively to trap, impeller or valve to cause discharge:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 160.  Dispensers in which the supply container is mounted to move relatively to a trap chamber, impeller, or valve element so that its movement causes a dispensing operation.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 163]    163Adjustable relatively to discharge assistant to vary the discharge volume:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 160.  Dispensers in which the container is adjustable relatively to some discharge assistant either to select one of several of different capacities or to vary the size of the outlet or the material surface exposed to the discharge assistant.

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285,for dispensers in which an element carried by the supply container and a discharge assistant are relatively movable to vary the discharge volume, but the supply container is not movably mounted.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 164]    164Tiltable:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 160.  Dispensers having a tiltably mounted container, i.e., mounted for a back and forth motion.

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463,for weighted dispensers and those in which the receptacle configuration permits rocking or tilting.
577,for an inkstand including an inkwell tiltable on a base.

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48Gas: Heating and Illuminating,   subclass 18 for tilting water feeders for acetylene generators.
105Railway Rolling Stock,   subclasses 261.1+ for dumping car body involving tilting thereof.
126Stoves and Furnaces,   subclass 349 for a tilting kettle furnace-type liquid heater.
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclasses 231+ for portable systems or track mounted supply means, and subclass 284 for combinations including movably mounted supply means.
164Metal Founding,   subclasses 335+ for ladle or crucible type melt receptacles associated with molten metal shaping apparatus.
177Weighing Scales,   subclass 115 for a weigh chamber that discharges by tilting.
209Classifying, Separating, and Assorting Solids,   subclass 260 for sifters involving tilting discharge.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 188+ for article dispensers in which the supply container is mounted for angular back and forth movement about a fixed axis.
248Supports,   subclasses 133+ for stands for tilting receptacles.
291Track Sanders,   subclass 30 , for oscillatory hopper sand feeders.
294Handling: Hand and Hoist-Line Implements,   subclasses 68.26+ for tilting hoisting-bucket type.
298Land Vehicles: Dumping,   subclasses 7 , 9, 11, 12+, and 47 for a vehicle having a body mounted for tilting movement (i.e., dumping vehicle) and a dispensing feature.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 165]    165For refilling or changing cartridges or containers:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 164.  Dispensers in which the container is tilted for refilling with fluent material or for removal and insertion of cartridge containing material to be dispensed.
(1) Note. See the search notes to subclass 164.

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325+,for other removable cartridges.

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224Package and Article Carriers,   subclass 199 , for cartridge carriers having tilting pockets.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 166]    166For gravity discharge:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 164.  Dispensers having a container that is tilted for dispensing by the force of gravity alone.
(1) Note. See the search notes to subclass 164.

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366Agitating,   subclasses 36 and 39 for tilting skip feeders for mortar mixers.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 167]    167Rotatable:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 160.  Dispensers in which the container rotates about an axis.

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144,for plural sources, compartments or containers so mounted.

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34Drying and Gas or Vapor Contact With Solids,   subclasses 108+ for rotary drums or containers.
111Planting,   subclasses 74 and 90+ for combinations with revolving hoppers.
165Heat Exchange,   subclass 88 for a heat exchanger comprising a rotary chamber.
177Weighing Scales,   subclasses 83+ for weigh chambers that rotate to discharge.
209Classifying, Separating, and Assorting Solids,   particularly subclasses 198+ for rotating receptacle amalgamators, subclasses 270, 284 through 306 for drum sifters, many mounted for rotation and subclasses 451 through 453 for rotating container stratifiers.
224Package and Article Carriers,   subclass 196 , for body or belt attached, revolving cartridge carriers.
248Supports,   subclasses 130 and 131, for stands supporting rotating containers.
266Metallurgical Apparatus,   subclasses 243+ , for rotary converters.
298Land Vehicles: Dumping,   particularly subclasses 9 and 10 for those having rotating motion.
366Agitating,   particularly subclasses 45+ and 185 for a mixing chamber which is tilted for discharge.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 168]    168Vertical axis:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 167.  Dispensers in which the axis of rotation is vertical or substantially so.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 168.5]    168.5Circumferentially arranged measuring or trap chambers:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 168.  Dispensers having a plurality of trap chambers which are positioned at the periphery of the apparatus and are arranged to discharge a measured quantity of contents material supplied by the supply container.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 169]    169Peripheral discharge:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 167.  Dispensers in which the discharge passage or passages open through the periphery of the rotatable container.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 170]    170With trap chambers:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 169.  Dispensers having trap chambers in the periphery of the container.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 171]    171With sleeve-type discharge controller:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 169.  Dispensers having a sleeve or similar telescoping part acting as a discharge controller for the peripheral outlets.

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519+,for axially rotary and longitudinally slidable sleeve type outlet elements.
522+,for axially slidable sleeve-type outlet elements.
553,for axially rotary apertured sleeve type discharge controllers.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 172]    172With annular outlet:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 169.  Dispensers in which the discharge outlet is an annular slot between separate parts of the rotary container.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 173]    173WITH CASING OR SUPPORT:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having either (1) a casing enclosing the dispenser in whole or in part, or (2) means for supporting the dispenser.
(1) Note. The casing must be in addition to the wall structure of the material holding container.
(2) Note. The sidewalls of dispensing containers (in which the bottom wall is above the lower edge of the side walls) are considered supports; see subclass 184.

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74+,for hose or discharge guides having interlock supports.
80+,where there is a cutter or punch, particularly subclass 80 where a cutter or punch is provided to penetrate some element in order to support the dispenser therefrom.
100,for collapsible wall type receptacles with casing or support and see the Notes thereto.
129.1+,for cabinet housed drink mixing and dispensing apparatus.
143,for packing or stacking arrangements for plural dispensers.
160+,and see the Notes thereto for movably mounted supply containers.
184,see Notes 1 and 2.
191,for dispensers combined with tool or implement handles.
325+,for cartridges or containers separably supported on bases or in jackets connected with discharge assistants.
437,and 457, for supply container supports involved in barometric type trap organizations.
463,for rockable or weighted dispensing containers.
465.1+,and see the notes thereto for dispensers having handles for manipulating the dispenser.
577,for an inkstand; i.e., a dispensing inkwell and a supporting base therefor.

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47Plant Husbandry,   subclasses 50+ particularly 53 for sap bucket supports.
104Railways,   subclasses 275+ for hose bridges.
109Safes, Bank Protection, or a Related Device,   subclasses 50+ .
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 125 and 267 for plural tank truck carried systems; subclass 236.1 for distribution systems involving geographic features; subclasses 343+ for fluid systems having casings, supports or protectors, or having static constructional installation features, especially subclasses 899+ for vehicle mounted systems; subclasses 357+ for systems installed in buildings; subclasses 363+ for systems installed in the ground; subclass 374 for those associated with furniture and house furnishings; and subclasses 377+ for guards and protectors for limited areas of the system, as outlets.
141Fluent Material Handling, With Receiver or Receiver Coacting Means,   subclasses 364+ for a filling supply means supported on the receiver, and subclasses 369+ for dispensers having supporting means for independent receivers.
211Supports: Racks,   particularly sub- classes 71+ for receptacle support type.
220Receptacles,   subclasses 3.3+ , 3.9+, 476+, and 628+ for supports, subclasses 23.87+, 23.91, 560.1, 573.4+ or a container enclosed in another container or casing and subclasses 23.9, 495.01+, 574.3, and 908.1+ for receptacles having liners.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 282+ for article dispensers having casing or support features.
232Deposit and Collection Receptacles,   subclass 39 for letter boxes with supports.
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   appropriate subclasses especially subclasses 146+ for vehicular type supports for spray apparatus, subclasses 195+ for hose holders combined with spray apparatus, subclasses 200+ for fixed or ground installed supports for spray apparatus, and subclasses 273+ for spray apparatus connected to or supported from a device which, per se, is elsewhere classified.
242Winding, Tensioning, or Guiding,   subclasses 398+ for a reel carrier which may be adapted to support a hose reel.
248Supports,   for supports in general, particularly subclasses 75+ for hose and/or nozzle type, 94 for strainer or funnel type 95, 102, 108, 128, 146, 196, 311.1, and 318 for receptacle type.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 174]    174Pole or extension:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 173.  Dispensers having a pole or other extension device connected thereto. These are for the most part for providing an arrangement so that the dispenser may deposit its contents at a place remote from the person operating the same. The pole may carry the entire dispenser or only an elongated discharge passage.

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191,for dispensers combined with tool or implement handles.
379,for material supply container and discharge assistant casing having a telescopic material discharge guide.
398,for containers with fluid pressure discharge assistants having a telescopic supply container or discharge guides.
465.1+,for handle and handgrips for dispensers.
523,for miscellaneous telescoping material discharge guides.

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239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclasses 280+ , 375 and 532 for spraying apparatus which is attached to a pole.
294Handling: Hand and Hoist-Line Implements,   subclasses 209 through 211for pole structures having handling implement terminals and see the notes to the definitions thereof for related devices.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 175]    175Body carried and/or operated type:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 173.  Dispensers having means adapting the container to be supported on the body of the user, or having an actuator adapted to be operated by parts of the body other than the hand or foot.

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179,for containers with supports having foot operated means for actuating some part of the combinations.
465.1+,for dispensers with handles, there being no means for supporting on the body of the user.

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220Receptacles,   subclasses 17.1+ for leg or lap supported milking pails.
221Article Dispensing,   subclass 185 for article dispensers having means especially adapting them to be carried and supported by the body.
227Elongated-Member-Driving Apparatus,   subclass 49 for body harness and see the notes to such subclass for other combinations involving body carried devices.
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclass 652 for a scatterer comprising a container for nonfluid material and a manually moved tube; subclass 653 for a body supported device comprising a container for nonfluid material and a scattering or strewing means; subclass 686 for a device comprising a container for nonfluid material and a scattering or strewing means operated by a manual or pedal driving means; subclasses 152+ for a sprinkling or spraying device which is body or animal carried.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 179]    179With pedal-controlled discharge means:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 173.  Dispensers having an actuator for the dispensing means adapted to be operated by the feet.

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186,for a foot piece or rest to hold the dispenser in place.

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4Baths, Closets, Sinks, and Spittoons,   subclasses 249 , 272+ and 308.
49Movable or Removable Closures,   subclasses 263+ for a pedal or treadle actuated closure.
74Machine Element or Mechanism,   appropriate subclasses, particularly subclasses 473.16+ , 478, 481, 512+, 539, 542, 560+, and 594.1+, for pedals and pedal actuated mechanisms in general.
84Music,   subclasses 72+ , 353, 357+, and 366 for wind instruments with pedal control.
110Furnaces,   subclass 178 for pedal actuated furnace doors.
111Planting,   subclass 98 for foot plate controlled dibbles.
251Valves and Valve Actuation,   subclass 295 for pedal operated valves.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 179.5]    179.5Removable for discharge:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 173.  Dispensers in which the dispenser is separable from the casing or support and is removable from such casing or support for dispensing. The dispensing outlet may be closed by the base, making removal necessary for dispensing, or the relation between the dispenser and base may be such that removal is necessary for other reasons, as the size of the base or the lack of a firm connection between the base and dispenser.

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142.3,for plural supply containers of the hand manipulable shaker type which are bodily separable from their support or casing for various purposes, as use, refilling or mere assembly.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 180]    180Bracket or suspension supported:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 173.  Dispensers in which bracket or suspension means are provided for supporting the dispenser.

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221Article Dispensing,   subclass 283 for article dispensers which are bracket or suspension supported.
248Supports,   subclasses 200+ and 317+ for brackets and suspended supports in general.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 181.1]    181.1For bottom discharge:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 180.  Subject matter wherein the dispenser in a normally supported position will have a discharge through an outlet at or adjacent the lowermost portion of the dispenser.

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100,and 105, for a support for a collapsible wall-type dispenser.
160+,for a dispenser mounted for a motion relative to its support.
173+,for a dispenser with a casing or support.
185.1,for a dispenser mounted in a bottom discharge position on a horizontal surface.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 181.2]    181.2Suspension supported:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 181.1.  Subject matter wherein the dispenser is supported by a suspension means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 181.3]    181.3Supported on vertical wall by container integral with wall or by a plate support means:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 181.1.  Subject matter wherein a support for the dispenser is located on a vertical surface.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 182]    182Enclosing cover for actuating parts of discharging means:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 173.  Dispensers having a cover which may be moved to expose some or all of the actuating parts of the discharge means.
(1) Note. Included are covers soldered in place and broken away to expose the operating parts.

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111,for this feature where there is also means to return drip, leakage, or waste to the main supply.
130,for spaced jackets surrounding the supply container.
183,for jacketed dispensers.
325+,where the cover is solely to permit insertion of a cartridge or container for material to be dispensed into a dispenser organization having a discharge assistant.
402.17,for fluid pressure discharge assistant dispensers having a container end cover with an opening through which discharging material passes and means by way of which a valve is actuated, such cover remaining in place during dispensing.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 377+ for guards and shields for portions of fluid handling systems, usually the outlet.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 183]    183Jacketed:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 173.  Dispensers having a jacket about the dispensing container.
(1) Note. The jacket may be of skeleton form.

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83.5,86 and 88, for dispensers having a sleeve or rest for a container on which a cutter or punch operates.
131,for dispensing containers having spaced jackets, and see the notes thereto for related art.
182,for enclosing covers for actuating parts of discharging means, and see the notes thereto for related art.
210,323+ and 465+, for dispenser handles and handgrips, including those fastened to the dispenser by an encircling band.
325+,for removable containers and cartridges enclosed in the casings or supports of discharge assistants.
457.5,for supply containers of the hand shaker type having a hood or shield which forms a discharge passage for material emitted from the container at a point within the shield, so that the dispensed material follows a generally U-shaped path.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclass 375 for jacketed fluid handling systems.
215Bottles and Jars,   subclass 12 , for those having protective jackets.
220Receptacles,   subclasses 23.87+ , 23.91, 560.1, 573.4+ or a container enclosed in another container or jacket.
221Article Dispensing,   subclass 286 for article dispensers having a casing or outer covering (jacket) which provides a nonmaterial holding intervening space between such casing or covering and a dispenser.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 184]    184Extended sidewall base:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 173.  Dispensers in which the side walls of the dispensing container are extended below the bottom on which the material rests to form a supporting base.

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183,for jackets so formed.

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220Receptacles,   particularly subclasses 605+ and 628+ for such structures in general.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 185.1]    185.1For bottom discharge dispenser supported on horizontal surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 173.  Subject matter wherein the dispenser is supported on a horizontal surface and will have a discharge through an outlet at or adjacent the lowermost portion of the dispenser.

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181.1+,for other bottom discharge dispenser.
321.5,for an inlet trap in a material supply container having a discharge assistant casing.
328,for a material discharge guide on the container side of the outlet.
377,for an inlet trap in the supply container with a pump.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 186]    186Foot piece or rest:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 173.  Dispensers having an element positioned to be engaged by the foot of the operator for holding the dispenser in place.

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179,for pedal controlled discharge means.

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248Supports,   subclasses 361+ for hold-downs in general.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 187]    187WITH WICK OR ABSORBENT MATERIAL FEED:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers in which the discharge or dispensing feed is by means of a wick or absorbent material.

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189.06+,for filters of absorbent material.

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118Coating Apparatus,   subclasses 264+ for static absorbent or porous applicators.
184Lubrication,   particularly subclasses 3.1+ , 16, 64, and 102 for swab or absorbent applicators.
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclasses 34+ for slow diffusers utilizing wicks or other absorbent means.
384Bearings,   subclass 379 for capillary feed to a bearing surface and see search notes.
401Coating Implements With Material Supply,   subclasses 198+ , wherein the implement includes a wick means to feed coating material from its reservoir to a tool which is porous and through which material passes to the work surface; and subclass 283, for such an implement wherein the tool is of the brush, broom or mop type.
427Coating Processes,   subclass 429 for coating processes utilizing a web, wick, or absorbent applicator.
431Combustion,   subclasses 298+ for a fuel burner in which the flame is fed by a wick.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 188]    188WITH FLUID TRAP SEAL FOR INLETS OR OUTLETS (E.G., VENTS):
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having a fluid trap means to seal inlets or outlets.
(1) Note. The fluid traps, for the most part, are to prevent the vapors formed by volatile contents (such as gasoline) escaping through the dispensing and/or vent openings.

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34Drying and Gas or Vapor Contact With Solids,   subclass 242 , for chamber seals, and see the notes thereto.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 247+ for liquid valves and liquid trap seals.
210Liquid Purification or Separation,   subclasses 163+ for catch basins or traps having grated inlet surface drains.
217Wooden Receptacles,   subclass 105 , for valved barrel bungs with a liquid seal.
220Receptacles,   subclass 228 for closures with a liquid seal.
406Conveyors: Fluid Current,   appropriate subclasses for hydraulic conveyors.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 189.01]    189.01WITH FLAME ARRESTER:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Subject matter having a means associated with a venting or discharge passage for preventing a flame from passing through it.

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53,and 152, for maintaining an inert atmosphere in or around the dispenser.
187,for a wick or absorbent material feed.
188,for a fluid trap seal, some of which are disclosed for washing material passing therethrough.
190,for an absorbent material used for other characters of dispensed material treatment or conditioning.
195,for a gas filter for the gas used in agitating the material to be dispensed.
394+,for a filter for fluid pressure discharge assistant.

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48Gas: Heating and Illuminating,   subclass 192 for a flame guard.
55Gas Separation,   subclasses 490+ for means securing or retaining a separating media.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 140 and 544+ for fluid handling system having means for separating solid material from the fluid including screen, strainer and filter and subclasses 377+ for a foraminous guard for fluid handling system.
220Receptacles,   subclass 88.2 for a fire preventing screen.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 189.02]    189.02WITH SIFTER:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Subject matter wherein the dispenser includes a container for granular material consisting of large particles and small particles, and the container further includes a device having a plurality of openings smaller than the large particles and larger than the small particles, so that the small particles will pass through the device and the large particles will be retained, or the device disintegrates the large particles to permit the particles to pass through the openings.

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480,for a hand-manipulable shaker, having diverse-type openings.
565,for a sifter, sprinkler, or plural opening patterns.

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99Foods and Beverages: Apparatus,   subclasses 521 , 522, 528, 603+ and 605+ for a grain huller embodying sifter.
209Classifying, Separating, and Assorting Solids,   particularly subclasses 233+ , for a sifter.
241Solid Material Comminution or Disintegration,   subclasses 49+ , 69+, and 83+ for a sifter combined with or forming part of a comminuter.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 189.03]    189.03Integral with container:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 189.02.  Subject matter wherein the sifter is permanently connected to the container.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 189.04]    189.04Plural:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 189.02.  Subject matter including two or more sifters.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 189.05]    189.05Including moving mechanism:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 189.02.  Subject matter including a device to move the sifter to assist in removing the material from the container.

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196+,for a jarring or vibrating means.
216+,for an agitator or ejector.
226+,for an agitator followed by discharge assistant or an interconnected discharge controller.

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221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 224+ for plural discharge assistants combined with a manipulating means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 189.06]    189.06WITH FILTER (E.G., STRAINER):
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Subject matter wherein the dispenser includes a container for a liquid material and the container further includes a separating device having a plurality of openings for (a) retaining matter (e.g., solid or fluid) within a container when a fluid is removed from the container or (b) preventing matter (e.g., solid or fluid) from entering the container from surrounding atmosphere.

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187,for a wick or absorbent material feed.
188,for fluid-trap-seals, some of which are disclosed for washing material passing therethrough.
189.01,for a flame arrester.
189.02,for a sifter.
190,for a material treatment or conditioning means.
195,for a gas filter for the gas used in agitating the material to be dispensed.
394+,for filter for fluid discharge assistant.
480,for mere pattern or sifting type openings such as hand-manipulable shaker.

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48Gas: Heating and Illuminating,   subclass 192 for a flame guard.
55Gas Separation,   subclasses 490+ for a means securing or retaining a separating media.
137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 140 and 544+ for a fluid handling system having means for separating solid material from the fluid including a screen, strainer, and filter and subclasses 377+ for a foraminous guard for fluid handling system.
209Classifying, Separating, and Assorting Solids,   particularly subclasses 233+ for a sifter for separating solid materials.
210Liquid Purification or Separation,   subclass 296 for a gravitational separator using liquid as a separating medium combined with a filter, subclasses 348+ for a filter, and subclasses 464+ for a portable receptacle of draining type.
220Receptacles,   subclasses 88.1+ for a fire prevention screen or flame arrester.
291Track Sanders,   subclasses 13 and 48 for a screen combination.
312Supports: Cabinet Structure,   subclass 210.5 for a sifter combination.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 189.07]    189.07Portable drainer:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 189.06.  Subject matter wherein (a) the liquid is in a hand-held container tiltable from an erect to a pouring position and (b) the filter is located relative to a pouring outlet so that the solid matter is retained in the container when the container is tilted.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 189.08]    189.08Plural:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 189.06.  Subject matter including two or more filters.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 189.09]    189.09Associated with vent passage:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 189.06.  Subject matter wherein the filter is associated with an air passage other than a dispensing passage.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 189.1]    189.1Internally extended outlet pipe (e.g., diptube):
 This subclass is indented under subclass 189.06.  Subject matter wherein (a) the filter is located within a tube through which the fluid is dispensed and (b) the tube extends into the fluid within the container.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 189.11]    189.11With discharge assistant:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 189.06.  Subject matter wherein the filter is associated with a discharge assistant.
(1) Note. A discharge assistant is defined in Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Discharge Assistants (e.g. Impellers, Pumps, Conveyors, Movable Trap Chambers, Etc.), in the main class definition.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 190]    190WITH MATERIAL TREATMENT OR CONDITIONAL MEANS:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having means to modify, preserve or otherwise treat the material dispensed.
(1) Note. These are disclosed for various purposes such as moisture regulating by draining, humidifying or absorbing moisture, ventilating, etc.
(2) Note. Other main classes appropriate to the type of treating or conditioning means must be searched.

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113,for burner combinations.
131,for dispensers having heat exchange jackets.
146,for dispensers having miscellaneous heating or cooling means.
152,for dispensers having inert atmosphere providing means.
160+,for movably mounted dispensers.
187,for wick or absorbent material feed.
188,for fluid-trap-seals.
189.01,189.02+ and 189.06+, for filter or strainer combinations.

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53Package Making,   subclasses 111+ for packaging apparatus combined with means to subject the contents material to an agency which alters a physical or chemical characteristic of the contents material.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 135+ for article dispensers having combined therewith means to modify, preserve or otherwise treat the articles dispensed.
312Supports: Cabinet Structure,   subclasses 31+ for gas or vapor treatment of material.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 191]    191WITH TOOL OR IMPLEMENT HANDLE:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers combined with the handles of tools or implements, either for support or for interconnection of the handles and dispenser actuators. The dispenser container may serve as, or be contained in, the tool or implement handle.

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174,for dispensers mounted on pole or extension devices.
192,for dispensers combined with firearms.
465.1+,and see the notes thereto for dispensers having handles or handgrips.

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16Miscellaneous Hardware (e.g., Bushing, Carpet Fastener, Caster, Door Closer, Panel Hanger, Attachable or Adjunct Handle, Hinge, Window Sash Balance, etc.),   subclasses 110.1+ , especially subclass 111.1 for receptacles combined with handles, and see Note 3 to subclass 110, for handles for tools, implements and analogous devices.
30Cutlery,   subclass 125 , for cutlery implements having salt and pepper shakers forming or contained in the handles.
401Coating Implements With Material Supply,   subclasses 138 and 140, wherein the implement includes a supply reservoir mounted on an elongated handle, which reservoir feeds material directly to the work (subclass 138) or the work-engaging portion of the implement (subclass 140).
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 192]    192COMBINDED:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers claimed in combination with features other than the container structure and discharge assistant means and not provided for in preceding subclasses.
(1) Note. Container structure includes handles and/or handgrips, the inlets and/or outlets and their check-valves, manually actuated valves, discharge controllers and/or closures and actuating devices for such parts.
(2) Note. Discharge assistants include all mechanism that moves or tends to move material toward or through a discharge outlet, fluid currents for the same purpose and actuating means therefor.
(3) Note. In this subclass, for example, are combinations with a firearm, bicycle, mirror, tools, or implements (cutters and punches are in subclasses 80+ and dispensers combined with tool or implement handles are in subclass 191), supports for additional articles, bumpers to absorb shock, protector rings, display or exhibiting means which do not display the material (subclasses 154+), display or exhibit a condition, or perform a measuring function (subclasses 23+), specific material to be dispensed, hand shields and sediment traps, or other material separating means (other than those in subclasses 188 and 189).
(4) Note. All preceding subclasses must be investigated for particular combinations within this definition and shown by the preceding subclass titles.
(5) Note. See the notes to the main class definition for combinations of dispensers with other devices located in other classes.

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23+,see note 3.
80,see note 3.
93,for collapsible wall type containers combined with additional article holding means.
106,for collapsible wall type containers combined with miscellaneous other type devices.
154+,see note 3.
188,189, see note 3.
191,see note 3.
538+,and see the notes thereto, for means to house or secure discharge guides in a nonuse position.
564,and see the notes thereto for containers having interior material guides, including splash deflectors.

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15Brushing, Scrubbing, and General Cleaning,   subclass 246 , for bumpers attached to the implements of that class.
137Fluid Handling,   subclass 234.6 for a system having a fluid handling guide or support and a fluid supply means for it, and subclass 560 for miscellaneous fluid handling systems combined with nonfluid handling means.
211Supports: Racks,   subclasses 69.2+ , for an inkwell combined with a penrack.
221Article Dispensing,   subclass 199 for combined article dispensing devices not elsewhere provided for.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 195]    195WITH GAS AGITATION:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having means to agitate the contents by gas; including, for example, gas pressure force feed arrangements in which the gas is discharged into the container contents below the surface thereof; also pump devices with means to disconnect the pump from the discharge and operate it to agitate contents; also means to discharge gas pressure exhaust into supply means for agitation.

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630+,for fluid flow discharge type dispensers.

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68Textiles: Fluid Treating Apparatus,   subclass 183 , for such apparatus where gas is supplied to a liquid.
209Classifying, Separating, and Assorting Solids,   subclasses 295 and 321, for pneumatic agitation associated with sifting.
261Gas and Liquid Contact Apparatus,   particularly subclasses 121+ for the submerged blast type.
366Agitating,   subclasses 3+ and 10+ for mortar mixing chambers in which gas performs the agitating function, and subclasses 101+ for such gas type agitators of general utility.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 196]    196JARRING AND/OR VIBRATING:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having means either to jar the container and/or to cause some part of the container (including its outlet agitator or other discharge assistant adjacent its outlet) to vibrate, i.e., to move in reciprocations or oscillations of such small amplitude that the effect is to accelerate gravity flow rather than to move the material bodily toward or through the discharge outlet.

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161,for supply containers mounted for vibrating, i.e., small amplitude, motion as distinguished from having a wall or wall portion mounted for such motion relative to other walls or wall portions, causing a wall or wall portion to jar or vibrate due to its resilience or flexibility and/or have an agitator or other discharge assistant or trap chamber have small amplitude vibratory motion.
206+,for resilient wall dispensers designed for flexing the resilient wall to cause the dispensing operation, no jarring or vibrating means being provided.
226+,for agitators removed from the outlet and followed (in the direction of material flow) by other discharge assistants, even though the agitator has movements of small amplitude, unless the agitator and/or the following discharge assistant is the container wall or part thereof with means to cause small amplitude movement, for which see subclasses 196+
275,and 409, for agitators and other discharge assistants having reciprocating motions, not mere vibrations.

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34Drying and Gas or Vapor Contact With Solids,   subclass 164 for those having treated material vibrating means.
164Metal Founding,   subclasses 203+ for sand mold forming apparatus employing a vibrating means for compacting the sand.
198Conveyors: Power-Driven,   subclass 533 for a chute or other gravity conveyor that is vibrated and subclasses 521, 594+, 609, and 752.1 for a vibratory conveyor.
209Classifying, Separating, and Assorting Solids,   appropriate subclasses, particularly the impact or jarring subclasses under sifters (330, 334, 336, 338, 340, 343, 345, 347, 349, and 381+).
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 163+ for article dispensers including orienting and in which means to selectively separate properly oriented articles from a source of supply involves agitation of the articles in the source; subclasses 175+ for article dispensers having stack forming means, and in many of which agitating serves to assist discharge of articles from a hopper to a stacking outlet; and subclasses 200+ for article dispensers in general having means to shake or stir the supply container or the articles for agitating purposes.
366Agitating,   subclass 39 for skip feeds for mortar mixers having jarring or vibrating means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 196.1]    196.1Hand manipulable shaker type:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 196.  Dispensers adapted to be supported in the hand and shaken to cause material to move through the outlet and having an inertia-operated movable part associated with the supply container for shifting movement when the container is shaken, whereby jarring results from the impact of the inertia operated member on the material or container and the material is loosened, shifted, dragged or impelled through the outlet.
(1) Note. See class definition, Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Hand Manipulable Shakers.
(2) Note. The movable element may be a discharge controller or closure, or a discharge assistant, the latter term including devices analogous to agitators or grinding bodies but not falling within the definitions of Classes 241 and 366. Mere motion of the material as a result of shaking is not considered a jarring element.
(3) Note. Since many manually movable elements are capable of shifting by inertia on movement of the dispenser, only those designed and constructed solely for this mode of operation and having no manual actuating means in connection with the movable element have been placed here.
(4) Note. Discharge assistants of the movable trap chamber type and stationary trap type dispensers have not been included, since the presence of the measuring function is inconsistent with the mode of operation characteristic of this group.

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251,for members mounted in a stationary supply container to move only when shifting of the material displaces them, the shifting of the material being caused by dispensing.
404,415, for conveying type discharge assistants having manually operated actuators. See (2) Note.
454+,for tiltable containers having traps which may have inertia-operated valves. (See (4) Note).
476,for dispensers which have spaced discharge controllers alternately seated in a single outlet of a container which is not a hand manipulable shaker.
500,for gravity or inertia-operated outlet elements for dispensers other than hand manipulable shakers. See class definition, Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, Hand Manipuable Shakers.

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241Solid Material Comminution or Disintegration,   subclasses 86+ , for comminuting devices comprising a rotary comminuting element cooperating with a perforated stationary surface, and subclass 168, for hand support comminutors, characterized by positive manual operation of crushing mechanism or by a loose grinding body type of comminuting element. See (2) Note.
366Agitating,   subclasses 129+ for hand manipulable shaker type agitators. See (2) Note above, and see Class 366, class definition, Lines With Other Classes and Within This Class, in the class definition for the line.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 196.2]    196.2Movable outlet element:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 196.1.  Hand manipulable shakers in which the movable inertia-operated member is associated with the dispensing outlet, either forming or closing the outlet, or passing through it or approaching it so closely as to force or tend to force material through it.

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149+,for cleaning means passing through the dispenser outlet but not serving as either closure or discharge assistant.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 196.3]    196.3Pattern-type outlet with hole clearers:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 196.2.  Hand manipulable shakers in which the outlet is of the plural opening pattern type and an inertia-operated movable element or a part of such element passes through or moves into each opening of the pattern outlet.

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149+,for cleaning means extending through dispenser outlets.
501,for outlet element actuators projecting through dispenser discharge guides.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 196.4]    196.4Caged outlet element:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 196.2.  Hand manipulable shakers in which the inertia-operable member does not have enlarged portions on both sides of the dispensing outlet but is loosely confined in a guide or housing adjacent the outlet so that it is freely movable toward or away from the outlet either to loosen or shift the material by impact thereon or on the container or to open and close the outlet, or both.
(1) Note. This subclass includes balls inertia elements movable adjacent the dispensing outlet. See Class 241, Solid Material Comminution or Disintegration, subclasses 86+, for comminuting devices which have a stationary comminuting surface with openings which cooperate with a rotary comminuting element.

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500,for other caged outlet elements operated by gravity or inertia.

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241Solid Material Comminution or Disintegration,   subclasses 86+ , see (1) Note, and subclass 168, for hand supported comminutors for condiments in which the movable element is confined only by the walls of the supply container whereby lumps may be crushed between the movable element and the walls.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 196.5]    196.5Guided or restrained internal element:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 196.1.  Hand manipulable shakers in which an inertia-operated movable element is mounted or formed for limited movement within the supply container so that its primary effect is to jar the dispenser, or loosen or shift the material by impact thereon, and any resultant crushing of the material between the movable element and the container walls is incidental, being prevented by the restrictions on the movement of the inertia-operated element.

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241Solid Material Comminution or Disintegration,   subclass 168 , for loose grinding body type hand supported comminutors.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 197]    197Movable or conveyer-type trap chamber:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 196.  Dispensers having vibrating means operating on or carried by a conveyor type or movable trap chamber so as to jar or vibrate the trap to dislodge or settle its contents.

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216+,for agitators and ejectors for conveyor type or movable trap chambers.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 198]    198Single outlet bounded by plural vibrating members:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 196.  Dispensers having a container with a single outlet, the container walls adjacent the outlet comprising or being covered by a plurality of vibrating members which bound or define the outlet.

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280,for outlets bounded by other discharge assistants.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 199]    199Bottom forming member reciprocable (including oscillatable):
 This subclass is indented under subclass 196.  Dispensers having a container with a movable bottom vibrating in substantially its own plane, or swinging toward and away from the outlet, which usually is located in a short arc, at one edge of the movable bottom.

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241Solid Material Comminution or Disintegration,   subclass 249 for such devices acting as feeds for comminutors.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 200]    200Member reciprocable (including oscillatable) transversely of material flow:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 196.  Dispensers having a vibrating member movable across the outlet or near it and in a plane transverse to the material flow.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 201]    201Discharge rotor is actuator for vibratable wall:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 196.  Dispensers having a vibratable container wall or false wall and a rotary discharge assistant, the wall receiving its motion from the rotary assistant or a projection or cam carried thereby.

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231,for free engagement type connection between agitators and other discharge assistants or valves.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 202]    202Supply container wall flexing:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 196.  Dispensers in which a wall of the supply container body or a portion thereof is jarred or vibrated to cause flexure thereof.
(1) Note. Means for causing such jarring or vibration other than motion of the hand (hand shaking) of the entire container must be included. Means movable with respect to the container to jar or vibrate a wall when it is hand shaken are here.
(2) Note. Where the wall is mounted on pivots or is mounted for sliding motion, see the preceding subclasses.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 203]    203Flexible wall:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 202.  Dispensers in which the container wall or part thereof which receives the force causing vibration, is constructed of flexible material in whole or in part.
(1) Note. In the patents in subclass 202 in which a wall receives a blow or force to impart vibrations, the wall is of rigid or resilient material which may flex slightly due to the blow or force. The patents in subclass 203 have the wall made of flexible material (as a fabric) or if made of rigid material for the most part involve at least some flexible material (as in the joint) to permit motion.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 204]    204SIPHON COMBINED WITH DISCHARGE ASSISTANT:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having (1) a siphon, i.e., a discharge conduit having an outlet below the material level and an intermediate portion at an elevation above the material level so that once flow is started it will continue, combined with (2) a discharge assistant.
(1) Note. Inlets for discharge assistants (for example pump inlets) even though called siphons which do not function as siphons independently of the discharge assistant are not here, but are in the appropriate following subclasses; see subclasses 251+ and the subclasses referred to in the notes to the definitions thereof.

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251,see (1) Note.
416,for miscellaneous dispensers with siphons.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclasses 123+ for siphons, especially subclasses 130+ and 142+ for siphon starting means, and subclasses 132+ for periodic or level responsive siphons.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 205]    205NONGRAVITY FEED TO TRAP OF VACUUM, GRAVITY, OR MANUAL REMOVAL TYPE:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having both a supply and a trap chamber, and having feed means to cause feed from the supply to the trap other than gravity (including forming a vacuum in the trap to cause feed thereto), discharge from the trap being by gravity or by manual removal, i.e., by means not requiring a discharge assistant.
(1) Note. Where discharge assistant means are provided to assist in removing material from the trap chamber, see the appropriate following subclass, subclasses 251+ defining "discharge assistant" and see the notes to such subclasses for other such art.

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251,see (1) Note.
416,and 420 through 457, for other trap chamber combinations in which discharge from the trap is by gravity or manual removal.
576,and indented subclasses 577, 578+ and 583, for a dispensing inkwell including nongravity feed to a trap chamber which is a dip well.

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221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 191+ for article dispensing devices in which the articles are delivered to stationary article supports for manual removal, and subclasses 255+ for article dispensers in which dispensed articles are retained by discharge assistant means for manual removal therefrom.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 206]    206RESILIENT WALL:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having one or more walls or portions thereof which may be distorted or deflected by application of a force, to expel material which wall or walls return to their original position when the force is removed.
(1) Note. The wall return motion may be due to its own resilience or due to a spring or other biasing means.

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92+,for collapsible wall containers.
150,for this subject matter with a cleaner for the dispenser outlet and see the reference to subclass 206 for the line.
202+,for dispensers with means to jar or otherwise cause a wall to vibrate.
490,for outlets in the form of slitted resilient diaphragms or nipples.
491+,where the resilient element, even though of wall form, is deflected by the pressure of the container contents to open the outlet.

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92Expansible Chamber Devices,   subclasses 89+ for collapsible wall type expansible chamber devices.
221Article Dispensing,   subclass 64 for article dispensers having flexible supply container walls, and subclass 65 for such dispensers having collapsible or telescoping supply container wall structure.
239Fluid Sprinkling, Spraying, and Diffusing,   subclasses 650+ for a device comprising a container for nonfluid material and means to strew or scatter the material, and in which the container walls may be resilient or compressible.
401Coating Implements With Material Supply,   subclasses 183+ , wherein the implement has a resilient-wall material container which is deformed by digital engagement to force the material either into or away from the container (to the applying tool).
417Pumps,   appropriate subclasses for collapsible wall pumps.
418Rotary Expansible Chamber Devices,   subclass 45 for a rotary expansible chamber device having a collapsible progressively deformed working chamber wall.
604Surgery,   subclasses 185 and 212+ for bulb type syringes.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 207]    207Supply container delivering to receiving chamber:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 206.  Dispensers in which there is (1) a supply container for material to be dispensed; and (2) a second chamber which receives material from the supply container and from which the material is delivered. The second chamber is usually a pump or pulsator and either or both the container and chamber has a resilient wall.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 209]    209Fluid pressure generating pump or pulsator and/or removable flexible wall closures:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 206.  Dispensers in which either (1) a resilient wall type pump or pulsator generates fluid pressure for causing discharge of the material from the container, or (2) a removable flexible wall closure (that usually serves as a pump or pulsator) is provided.

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207+,in which a removable resilient wall forcing device receives material from a supply container.
394+,for other dispensers in which the material is caused to dispense by a fluid under pressure, and see the notes thereto.

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137Fluid Handling,   subclass 150 for collapsible bulb fluid pressure generating pumps for starting siphons.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 210]    210With container handle or handgrip:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 206.  Dispensers having a handle or handgrip connected to the dispenser container and by means of which the dispenser may be handled.
(1) Note. Where the handle or handgrip is connected only to a movable dispenser part to actuate the same, classification is with the type of element actuated, such actuating handles being in this subclass only when combined with a container handle or handgrip.

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323+,for other container handles or handgrips for dispensers with discharge assistants.
441,for trap chambers with cutoffs combined with container handles or handgrips.
465.1+,for miscellaneous dispenser-container handle and handgrip combinations.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 211]    211Internally extending outlet pipe:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 206.  Dispensers in which there is a pipe communicating with and constituting an extension of the dispensing outlet and extending internally of the receptacle. For the most part, these pipes extend to adjacent the receptacle bottom.

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214,for foraminous or apertured tubes within the receptacle constituting an element of the wall biasing means.
376,377 and 382, for internally extending outlet pipes in combinations involving a supply container with an encased impeller, follower, or other discharge assistant.
464.1+,for miscellaneous dispensers with an internally extending outlet pipe.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 212]    212With flow controllers or closures:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 206.  Dispensers having flow controllers or closures for openings in the dispenser.

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149+,for cleaners extending through a dispenser outlet, and see the note to subclass 150 for the line.
476,through 563, for other types of dispensers having flow controllers and closures, and also closures and/or flow controllers for resilient wall containers where characteristics pertaining to the resilient wall features are not claimed.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 213]    213Resilent wall actuated:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 212.  Dispensers provided with mechanism or connections between the flow controller or closure and one or more of the resilient walls so that flexure thereof causes operation.

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150,for cleaners so operated, the note under such subclass stating the line.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 214]    214Wall deflecting means:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 206.  Dispensers having means to bias or deflect one or more walls either to (1) cause them to return to their normal position after having been forcibly distorted or deflected, or (2) to deflect the same to cause discharge.

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401Coating Implements With Material Supply,   subclasses 156+ for hand-manipulable coating implement having a resilient-wall reservoir and means to deform the wall either to fill the reservoir or to force material therefrom to the applying tool.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 215]    215Nonmetallic:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 206.  Dispensers made of material at least part of which is not metallic.

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107,for corresponding collapsible wall receptacles.
209,for nonmetallic flexible wall pumps or pulsators, and nonmetallic, flexible wall, removable closures.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 216]    216AGITATOR AND/OR EJECTOR OPERATING ON MATERIAL IN EITHER (1) CONVEYER TYPE DISCHARGE ASSISTANTS HAVING TRAP CHAMBERS OR TRANSVERSE GROOVES, OR (2) MOVABLE TRAP CHAMBERS:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having means directed toward or moving in or through (1) the chambers or pockets of a conveyor type discharge assistant having trap chambers or transverse grooves, or (2) the material pocket of a movable trap chamber to stir or dislodge the contents thereof and acting at or near the discharge point.

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195,for gas agitation.
196+,where the agitation and/or ejection is due to jarring and/or vibrating means.
226+,and 251+, for agitators and/or ejectors in other combinations, subclass 342 having scrapers or wipers for or carried by a discharge assistant.
630+,for fluid flow discharge.

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198Conveyors: Power-Driven,   subclass 463.1 for a conveyor having load engaging elements and means for ejecting the load from the elements, and subclass 705 for a bucket type conveyor having means for ejecting loads from its buckets.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 233+ for article dispensing devices having means for removing articles from movable segregating chamber structures.
406Conveyors: Fluid Current,   subclass 67 for rotary trap chamber discharge assistants feeding pneumatic conveyors, in which the fluid current clears the traps of material carried therein.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 217]    217Mounted on or in conveyer or movable trap chamber:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 216.  Dispensers having the agitator or ejector mounted on or in the conveyor or movable trap chamber and acting on or in the traps or grooves thereof.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 218]    218Radially movable ejector in rotary conveyer or trap chamber:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 217.  Dispensers having a rotary conveyor or chamber with radial trap chambers and radially movable members therein, usually constituting movable bottoms for the trap chambers.

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91Motors: Expansible Chamber Type,   subclasses 472+ , for rotary cylinder pumps or motors with reciprocating pistons.
417Pumps,   subclasses 269+ and 462+, for rotary cylinder pumps with reciprocating pistons.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 219]    219Double-ended ejector:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 218.  Dispensers having two diametrically opposite traps or a plurality of such trap pairs, each pair having a common ejector which moves alternately to the periphery of the rotor at opposite sides, ejecting at the trap that is in discharge position.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 220]    220Meshing conveyer trap or groove and ejector rotor:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 216.  Dispensers having a conveyor with trap chambers or grooves and a rotary ejector having a projection, projections or a spiral flange meshing with the chambers or grooves at or near the discharge point to stir or dislodge material.

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342,for similar means for removing material from the discharge assistant at points other than the discharge point.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 221]    221Cam-operated agitator or ejector:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 216.  Dispensers having the agitator and/or ejector actuated by cam means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 222]    222Pivoted ejector:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 216.  Dispensers having an ejector so pivoted as to rest on the conveyor or movable trap chambers and enter the traps or grooves as they are presented successively at the discharge point.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 223]    223With pivoted striker:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 222.  Dispensers combined with an additional pivoted member which levels the charge in the trap or groove as it approaches the discharge point.
(1) Note. The two pivoted members are usually mounted in the same housing which serves as a cover for the outlet.

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350,for pivoted strikers not combined with ejectors.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 224]    224Ball or roller form agitator or ejector:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 216.  Dispensers in which the ejector terminates in a ball or roller having roller contact with the conveyor or movable trap chambers and entering the traps or grooves in turn.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 225]    225Resilient ejector:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 216.  Dispensers having an ejector element of resilient material, the ejector being biased to enter the traps or grooves.

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206+,for resilient wall dispensers.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 226]    226AGITATOR FOLLOWED BY DISCHARGE ASSISTANT AND/OR INTERCONNECTED DISCHARGE CONTROLLER:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Dispensers having means of the agitator type adapted to mix the material to be discharged and/or move it toward the discharge outlet and either, or both, (1) a discharge assistant acting on the material subsequently or (2) a subsequent cutoff interconnected with the agitator means for operation simultaneously therewith. The first of a series of discharge assistants is considered an agitator if it is not a follower, pump, or pulsator or a conveyor type or movable trap chamber.
(1) Note. Cut-offs or other discharge controllers or closures for dispenser outlets and also other movable dispenser outlet elements having actuating means which contact the material being discharged, but which actuating means have neither added features of structure for, nor particular relationships to cause, agitation are not in this nor the indented subclasses, but are in the appropriate following subclasses.

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251+,for agitator type discharge assistants not having a cut-off interconnected therewith and for discharge assistants other than agitators as above defined combined with cut-offs, see particularly subclasses 310+, 356, 357, 380, 387, and 400.
252+,for serially arranged discharge assistants where the first of the series is not an agitator as above defined.
505+,for movable outlet elements with relatively movable actuating means.
510,for movable outlet elements having a rod actuator passing through the dispenser container.

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198Conveyors: Power-Driven,   appropriate subclasses for serially arranged conveyors, including 570+.
221Article Dispensing,   subclasses 200+ for article dispensers including means to agitate, vibrate or jar the articles in the supply container. See also subclasses 182, 183+ and 202+ for article dispensing combinations involving agitating means mounted on, incorporated in, or otherwise interrelated with discharge assistants for operation therewith.
366Agitating,   particularly subclasses 184+ for specified discharge means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 227]    227Three or more in series:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 226.  Dispensers having at least three discharge assistants or two discharge assistants and a discharge controller arranged for successive action on the material being discharged.
(1) Note. Sets of two or more elements having the same function are included as only a single assistant, as are other plural elements which act together as a single device, such as the plural vanes or blades of screws or propellers.

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221Article Dispensing,   subclass 201 for devices including at least three means for assisting the discharge of articles from the supply container, at least one of said means being an agitating, vibrating or jarring means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 228]    228Flexible or pivoted agitator carried by assistant or controller movable about an axis:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 226.  Dispensers in which the first means is a flexible or freely pivoted element mounted on a second means movable about an axis, the first means partaking of the rotary or swinging motion, but having additional unconstrained movements determined by the resistance of the material.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 229]    229Axially aligned, with axially rotary and longitudinally movement:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 226.  Dispensers in which the agitating means and subsequent serially arranged means are axially aligned and so related to each other and the container that axially longitudinal movement of one is translated into axially rotary movement of the other, or both have combined axially rotary and longitudinal movement.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 230]    230Biasing means constitutes agitator:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 226.  Dispensers in which the agitating means comprises a resilient or resiliently mounted means so constructed and organized as to have a definite agitating function, and which operates to bias the serially arranged subsequently acting means.

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336+,for discharge assistants having biasing means, which means have no added features of structure for, nor particular relationship to cause, agitation.
511+,for movable dispenser outlet elements having biasing means, which means have no added features of structure for, nor particular relationship to cause, agitation.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 231]    231Free engagement-type connection:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 226.  Dispensers in which the interconnection between the first and second means consists in a mere contact or abutting relation of the means which transmits the movement of one to the other.

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196+,for discharge assistants in series and having direct operating connection (1) where the relationship is between two vibrating members, (2) where the operation of either is vibratory and not limited to a single stroke for each discharge cycle of the other, or (3) where the vibrating member carries all or part of the supply load.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 232]    232Connection through eccentric carried by rotary assistant or controller:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 226.  Dispensers having one rotary means (i.e., the agitator, discharge assistant or valve is rotary) to which the other means (which may be rotary or nonrotary) is connected for relative motion at a point removed from the axis, as by a crank, cam, or other eccentric element.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 233]    233One rotary and one reciprocating (including oscillating):
 This subclass is indented under subclass 226.  Dispensers in which at least one of the serial means rotates and at least one reciprocates (including oscillates).

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404,for miscellaneous compound motion discharge assistants.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 234]    234Reciprocating, nonpivoted:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 233.  Dispensers in which the means that reciprocates is not pivoted.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 235]    235Rotary agitator:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 234.  Dispensers in which the first of the series, i.e., the agitator, is rotary.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 236]    236All rotary:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 226.  Dispensers in which each of the serially arranged means rotates about an axis.

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271+,for plural rotary discharge assistants and trap chambers arranged in sets.
293+,and 311+, for rotary devices with discharge volume varying means.
367+,for rotary trap chambers.
410+,for miscellaneous rotary discharge assistants.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 237]    237Relatively rotatable rings and/or plates:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 236.  Dispensers in which the serial means comprise juxtaposed rings or plates rotating in opposite directions, or at different speeds in the same direction.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 238]    238Parallel axes:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 236.  Dispensers in which the axes of the serial rotary means are parallel or substantially so.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 239]    239Coaxial:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 236.  Dispensers in which the serial rotary means have a common axis.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 240]    240Helix or vane agitator and terminal element:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 239.  Dispensers having (1) the first of the serial means (i.e., the agitator) in the form of a screw, helix, or one or more vanes, and (2) the second means operating at the discharge end thereof.

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241,for combinations where the agitator is not of screw, helix, or vane but a following discharge assistant is.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 241]    241Agitator and terminal screw, helix, or vane:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 239.  Dispensers in which (1) the agitator (first of the series) is of any form, and (2) a following discharge assistant is in the form of a screw, helix, or one or more vanes.

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240,for this combination where the agitator is of screw, helix, or vane form.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 242]    242Agitator rigidly mounted on succeeding device:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 239.  Dispensers having the first or agitator means (which may be merely one or more projections), mounted rigidly on a second means in the series, either axially or eccentrically.
(1) Note. If the mounting is on a common shaft or support rather than direct, see the preceding subclasses.

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221Article Dispensing,   subclass 203 for article dispensing devices having rotary agitating means rigidly mounted on discharge assistant means.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 243]    243All reciprocating (including oscillating):
 This subclass is indented under subclass 226.  Dispensers in which all of the serially arranged means reciprocate (including oscillate).

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275+,for plural reciprocating (including oscillating) discharge assistants arranged in sets.
361+,for reciprocating (including oscillating) trap chambers.
409,for miscellaneous reciprocating (including oscillating) discharge assistants.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 244]    244Relatively movable in parallel planes, nonpivoted:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 243.  Dispensers having the serial means relatively movable in parallel planes.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 245]    245Pivoted and nonpivoted reciprocating elements:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 243.  Dispensers having one of the serial means reciprocating about a pivot (oscillating) and a second means reciprocating, but not pivoted. Such means may occur in any sequence.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 246]    246Reciprocable axially of outlet:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 243.  Dispensers having the serial means moving toward and away from the outlet and along or parallel to the axis of the outlet.
(1) Note. Where the outlet from the receptacle is a bent conduit, the motion is along or parallel to at least that portion thereof that communicates with the receptacle interior.
  
[List of Patents for class 222 subclass 247]    247Pivoted only:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 243.  Dispensers having the serial means all reciprocating about pivots (i.e., oscillating).