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Claude A Marbler, Jean Paul Boudinet: Closure membranes. Alusuisse Technology & Management, Fisher Christen & Sabol, February 6, 2001: US06182850 (38 worldwide citation)

Closure membrane for containers having an outer film and inner film with a joining layer and a sealing seam zone between these two films. At least one space free of a bonding layer is provided within the sealing seam zone between the outer film and the inner film and, within the limits of this non-b ...


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Claude A Marbler: Pouch of flexible packaging material with integrated weakness for opening. Alusuisse Technology & Management, Bachman & LaPointe P C, August 10, 1999: US05934809 (36 worldwide citation)

Pouches of flexible packaging material exhibit a tearing zone in the form of a weakness such as perforations or a separation in the material, this in order to be able to remove the contents easily. The packaging material is covered over by at least one film-forming mass, at least in the region of we ...


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Michael Goetz, Walter Hotz, Herbert Keppner: Coating substrate. Alusuisse Technology & Management, Cohen Pontani Lieberman & Pavane, September 26, 2000: US06124039 (33 worldwide citation)

A coating substrate containing an aluminum or aluminum rolled alloy product for thin-film coatings for producing electronic components. The coating substrate prevents the interdiffusion of substrate elements and thin-film coating elements and enables the thin-film coatings to grow completely over ir ...


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Peter Fehr, Roger Betschart, Robert J Dean, Lutz Kampmann, Andreas Von Ballmoos: Construction using extruded sections and composite panels. Alusuisse Technology & Management, Cohen Pontani Lieberman & Pavane, May 23, 2000: US06065261 (31 worldwide citation)

In a construction featuring sections of light metal and light-weight composite panels joined to the sections the composite panels feature a plastic core with light weight metal outer sheets bonded to both sides. The outer sheets partially overlap a light metal connecting section which is integrally ...


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Haydee Hetrick, Olivier Y Muggli: Pharmaceutical packaging with separation means. Alusuisse Technology & Management, Fisher Christen & Sabol, March 13, 2001: US06199698 (29 worldwide citation)

A pouch for a pharmaceutical, cosmetic, medical or similar product, with a structure having a top laminate and a bottom laminate. A pouch enclosure for the product is formed in one portion of the structure. The top laminate and the bottom laminate of the pouch enclosure portion are strongly adhered ...


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Simon Frank, Werner Graf: Bumper for vehicles. Alusuisse Technology & Management, Bachman & LaPointe P C, March 17, 1998: US05727826 (29 worldwide citation)

A bumper for vehicles, in particular for private cars, features an extruded section of light metal alloy that can be attached to the vehicle and exhibits in the form of section walls (12, 14) a compression wall (12) and a tension wall (14) that are spaced a distance (1) apart and a pair of transvers ...


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Olivier Y Muggli: Childproof packaging for tablets. Alusuisse Technology & Management, Fisher Christen & Sabol, October 31, 2000: US06138830 (28 worldwide citation)

Packaging for tablets, capsules and the like pharmaceutical products, that is child-proof and user friendly for senior citizen, is in the form of a blister pack (12), with at least one cup (24) which accommodates the tablet (20) closed off by a push-through foil lid (26), situated in an outer packag ...


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Monique Roulin, Manfred Gerber, Heinz Oster: Blister pack. Alusuisse Technology & Management, Bachman & LaPointe P C, April 29, 1997: US05624036 (26 worldwide citation)

Blister pack without additional outer packaging for pharmaceuticals, having a base with a plurality of recesses that are surrounded by a shoulder and a lid foil attached to the shoulder, where removable contents are accommodated in the recesses and can be removed therefrom by pressing in the recess ...


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Erich Herz, Heiko Habich: Push-fit connecting joint. Alusuisse Technology & Management, Bachman & LaPointe P C, January 14, 1997: US05593245 (21 worldwide citation)

Push-fit connecting joints comprising a node and at least one hollow section, where the node contains attachment parts and the attachment parts feature openings to accommodate connecting elements, and the hollow section features at least one hollow chamber and at least one opening for the connecting ...