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Cheese-draining apparatus


, : Cheese-draining apparatus. United States Patent: (US 4 311 087)

In an assembly of tables and multi-cavity moulds for the drainage of cheeses, the parts are assembled once and for all without impairing cleaning efficiency so as to provide a single unit and to avoid assembling and dismantling.


Accession: 001053561

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