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Apparatus for Burning Finely-Divided Fuel.

Description: Patent for an improved apparatus for burning finely divided fuel. It admits air (during combustion) at various access points to vary the air that is confined within the mechanism.
Date: February 10, 1914
Creator: Irish, David J.
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Method of Burning Finely-Divided Fuel.

Description: Patent for a combustion apparatus used in-conjunction with a fuel-burning furnace. The apparatus is a rotating device that rotates in a one-directional whirling motion, which imparts finely-divided fuel evenly to ensure a uniform mixture with air for a continuous combustion.
Date: February 10, 1914
Creator: Irish, David J.
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Utilizing Sulfur-Containing Petroleum.

Description: Patent for a method of removing sulfur from Beaumont petroleum and converting it into sulfuric acid.
Date: February 20, 1912
Creator: Robinson, Clarence I.
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