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Martin H Panning

from Mequon, WI
Age ~96

Martin Panning Phones & Addresses

  • 1100 Estates Dr, Thiensville, WI 53092 (262) 242-1941
  • Mequon, WI

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Martin Panning

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Address:
1100 W Est Dr APT 5218, Mequon, WI 53092
VIN:
1G4HE57Y47U121027
Make:
BUICK
Model:
LUCERNE
Year:
2007

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Shredding Apparatus

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US Patent:
4778114, Oct 18, 1988
Filed:
Apr 10, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/036974
Inventors:
Martin H. Panning - Thiensville WI
Assignee:
Blower Application Company - Germantown WI
International Classification:
B02C 2500
US Classification:
241 37
Abstract:
Improved shredding machine shredding mechanism having elongated wall and gate structure defining a chamber. The chamber walls have margins defining a material entryway at one common end and margins defining a material discharge aperture at the remote end of the chamber from the entryway. An electrically driven rotatable shredder journaled in the wall structure intermediate the entryway and discharge aperture. The gate pivotally mounted externally of the chamber for movement within the chamber at the entryway and extending from a point adjacent to one of the walls divergingly relative to the wall and terminating remote from the pivotal mounting and from the wall defining a progressively constricting chamber as to area of the chamber in latitudinal cross-sectional dimension from entryway to discharge aperture in a selected position of the gate. Electronic sensing means for the motor for rotating the shredder to sense resistance increases to the rotation of the shredder and coupled with hydraulic rams interconnecting the gate and the machine for pivoting the gate from the selected position to a plurality of additional positions progressively increasing the cross-sectional dimension of the chamber thereby increasing the volume thereof. In the selected position the gate assists in guiding material through the chamber.

Rotary Shredder

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US Patent:
4603816, Aug 5, 1986
Filed:
Oct 1, 1982
Appl. No.:
6/432183
Inventors:
Martin H. Panning - Thiensville WI
Assignee:
Blower Application Company - Germantown WI
International Classification:
B02C 100
US Classification:
241266
Abstract:
An apparatus for shredding waste material includes first and second cooperating shredding rotors rotatably mounted adjacent to one another in a shredding chamber. Each rotor includes a series of axially spaced toothed ripper blades removably mounted on a shaft and positioned so that the blades of one rotor interleave with the blades of the other rotor. The blades are arranged in a stacked assembly which may be removed as a unit for repair or replacement without removing the rotor shaft. A crank drive arrangement develops relative rotational oscillatory bi-directional motion between the rotors to shred material fed therebetween. The rotors are oscillated out of phase with one another so that their teeth are continuously moving at different relative angular velocities with respect to one another.

Air Seal For The Product Discharge Of A Cyclone Separator Or Similar Device

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US Patent:
5383614, Jan 24, 1995
Filed:
Oct 12, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/135263
Inventors:
Martin H. Panning - Thiensville WI
International Classification:
B02C 2308
US Classification:
241 791
Abstract:
An apparatus for providing an air seal for a device discharging a compressible product, the apparatus including a generally horizontal conduit having an upwardly opening inlet and an outlet spaced from the inlet, a packer blade mounted in the conduit for pivotal movement about a generally vertical axis, the packer blade having a stroke path extending beneath the inlet, a motor connected to the packer blade to cause reciprocating pivotal movement of the packer blade about the axis so that product entering the conduit via the inlet is swept by the packer blade toward the outlet, and a discharge resistor which is located in the conduit between the packer blade and the outlet, which resists the flow of product through the conduit toward the outlet, and which permits compressed product to flow out of the conduit via the outlet, such that the packer blade and the discharge resistor cause uniform compression of the product between the packer blade and the discharge resistor so as to form a plug of product that substantially prevents air flow through the conduit in either direction.

Ripper Teeth Mounting Structure

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US Patent:
4739939, Apr 26, 1988
Filed:
Apr 10, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/036975
Inventors:
Martin H. Panning - Thiensville WI
Assignee:
Blower Application Company - Germantown WI
International Classification:
B02C 1818
US Classification:
241294
Abstract:
A shredding machine with a cylindrical rotor mounted to rotate with the axle. The exterior surface of the rotor having a plurality of tapped apertures disposed about the surface in arcuately, axially and helically spaced relationship. The rotor has a plurality of circular axially spaced parallel ring sets fixedly mounted thereon. Each set includes a pair of axially spaced parallel rings. The rings of each set have a plurality of arcuately spaced, axially registering notches. Each ring set is positioned to place between the rings a plurality of the apertures which register axially with the notches. A plurality of arcuate spacer segments arcuately positioned between rings of a set and spaced to have arcuate gaps that register with the tapped apertures and ring notches. The head end of each segment adapted to overlay the leading end flange of an arcuate ripper tooth and the trailing end of the tooth and foot end of the segment being spaced from each other arcuately by the diameter of a threaded aperture. A threaded screw and washer to threadably engage the aperture in the cylindrical surface and removably secure the spacer segments and teeth in position.
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