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Morris W Kuchenbecker: Two-blank disposable container for microwave food cooking. James River Dixie Northern, Sixbey Friedman & Leedom, June 3, 1986: US04592914 (114 worldwide citation)

A two piece container (2) for cooking food in a microwave oven including an outer package (4, 60) formed from a single blank having a removable section (8, 72, 74, 80c) for exposing water vapor ventilation holes and an inner food supporting tray (6, 48). In one embodiment, the inner food supporting ...


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Bernard G Klowak: Paper webs having high bulk and absorbency and process and apparatus for producing the same. James River Dixie Northern, Isaksen Lathrop Esch Hart & Clark, May 15, 1984: US04448638 (110 worldwide citation)

Paper webs are produced in a modified conventional felted wet press process in which the fiber furnish has a chemical debonding agent added thereto in high concentrations. The web (17) is formed on a conventional Fourdrinier wire (12), transferred to a moving felt (19) which presses the web against ...


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Gerald J Van Handel, John L Petit, Patrick H Wnek: Rigid paperboard container and method and apparatus for producing same. James River Dixie Northern, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, September 2, 1986: US04609140 (79 worldwide citation)

A pressed paperboard container (10) is formed having a bottom wall (11), an upturned side wall (12, and an overturned rim (13) extending from the side wall which is denser and thinner than the rest of the container. The container is formed by pressing a flat circular blank (27) between upper and low ...


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Gerald J Van Handel, John L Petit, Patrick H Wnek: Method of forming a rigid paper-board container. James River Dixie Northern, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, January 26, 1988: US04721500 (71 worldwide citation)

A pressed paperboard container (10) is formed having a bottom wall (11), an upturned side wall (12), and an overturned rim (13 ) extending from the side wall which is denser and thinner than the rest of the container. The container is formed by pressing a flat circular blank (27) between upper and l ...


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Richard K Brown, Raymond V Maroszek: Microwave cooking carton for browning and crisping food on two sides. James River Dixie Northern, Sixbey Friedman & Leedom, May 20, 1986: US04590349 (60 worldwide citation)

A container including a paperboard carton (4) for heating and crisping two sides of food pieces having non-uniform dimensions in a microwave oven including initial and final vertically spaced food supporting panels (14,30) separated by a vertical distance exceeding the average vertical height of the ...


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Robert L Mueller, Jerome A Cherney: Microwave package with vent. James River Dixie Northern, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, September 13, 1983: US04404241 (48 worldwide citation)

Multilayered sheet material, a method for producing said material and a package comprising said material are provided. The multilayered material and package produced therefrom have apertures sealed with an extrudable hot melt material which conveys moisture barrier properties and is adapted to softe ...


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Robert J Eber, Bruce W Janda: Fibrous webs of enhanced bulk and method of manufacturing same. James River Dixie Northern, William A Aguele, Harry W Hargis III, Thomas H Whaley, December 18, 1984: US04488932 (40 worldwide citation)

Fibrous webs of improved bulk and softness are produced by subjecting hydrophilic papermaking fibers to mechanical deformation, e.g. hammermilling, sufficient to deform the fibers without substantial fiber breakage, dispersing the resulting curled or kinked fibers, preferably in admixture with conve ...


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William R Watt: Incorporation of a hydrophile in fibrous webs to enhance absorbency. James River Dixie Northern, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, July 15, 1986: US04600462 (35 worldwide citation)

An air laid fibrous web product of enhanced absorbency and method of making same having a basis weight of between about 8 to about 50 pounds per ream, and a bulk of at least 0.40 mils per pound per ream, the web product comprising a multiplicity of papermaking fibers distributed randomly in the form ...


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James O Cheshire, Douglas L Lindgren, Robert J Marinack, Bruce W Janda, Robert S Thut, John T Larkey, Ray E Jostad: Apparatus and method for the manufacture of a non-woven fibrous web. James River Dixie Northern, William A Aguele, Harry W Hargis, Thomas H Whaley, April 17, 1984: US04443297 (26 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for the manufacture of a non-woven fibrous web, such as paper, from a dispersion of fibers in a foamed liquid. In a preferred embodiment, a solution of surfactant in water is initially discharged from a headbox into the nip of a twin forming wire prior to its passage over a curv ...


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Thomas D Pawlowski: Multiple compartment carton. James River Dixie Northern, Harry W Hargis III, March 22, 1983: US04377237 (22 worldwide citation)

In a multiple compartment carton, one compartment has a line of weakness for opening the compartment. Protective means overlies the line of weakness, to prevent inadvertent breakage of the line of weakness.