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US Patent: 254,807
Machine for Disintegrating Corn Husks, &c.
Patentee:
Joseph B.  De Young - Philadelphia, PA

USPTO Classifications:
19/1

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Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
John A. Wiedershiem
A. P. Grant
W. F. Kircher

Patent Dates:
Applied: Feb. 08, 1882
Granted: Mar. 14, 1882

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Description:
John A. Wiedersheim - patent attorney

My invention consists of a machine for disintegrating corn - husks, formed of a toothed cylinder, a toothed concave, a conveyer, and a fan or blower, whereby the husk is easily, quickly, and thoroughly disintegrated, and the disintegrated material is conveyed from the cylinder and concave and subjected to a blast of air, so that the valuable fiber, the stubs, and the grains of corn and other refuse are directed to different localities or places of collection.

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