Pipes and tubular conduits – With flow regulators and/or baffles – Flow facilitating
2989014, 138 37, F15D 104
A duct vane assembly has a rail for supporting a flow diverting vane perpendicularly therefrom. The rail has at least one upstanding tab for each vane which is adapted for insertion longitudinally into a slot defined by a lateral strap formed on the vane adjacent its end. A finger on the tab projects into an opening on the vane adjacent the strap to affirmatively retain the vane in connected relation to the rail.
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Barrett Glenn T.
Recla Henry J.
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