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Milton W Clarke III: Non-detachable tab can end with large oval opening. Reynolds Metals Company, Robert C Lyne Jr, January 27, 1998: US05711448 (117 worldwide citation)

An easy-open, stay-on-tab can end has a circular end wall with a large, substantially oval tear panel defined by a score line and a hinge. A rivet adjacent the tear panel connects a tab to the end wall. The width of the tear panel, as measured perpendicular to the diameter of the end wall, is substa ...


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Herbert K Price: Method of making a composite board product from scrap materials. Reynolds Metals Company Richmond VA, Glenn Palmer Lyne Gibbs & Thompson, June 20, 1972: US3671615 (96 worldwide citation)

A method of making a composite board product from scrap materials such as are customarily available from a printing plant. The scrap materials are derived from three types of materials designated herein as plastic materials, fibrous materials and filler materials. The scrap materials are shredded or ...


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Alan C Bagwell, Daniel A Edwards: Can end with recessed center panel formed downwardly from coin. Reynolds Metals Company, Robert C Lyne Jr, May 12, 1998: US05749488 (79 worldwide citation)

An easy open construction for a can end wherein a tear panel principally defined by a rupturable score line in a central panel of a wall is opened by operating a tab having one end adapted to press against the tear panel at a position spaced from the score line and overlying only a small portion of ...


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Daniel F Cudzik: Easy-open wall. Reynolds Metals Company, Glenn Palmer Lyne Gibbs & Clark, July 6, 1976: US03967752 (77 worldwide citation)

An easy-open construction for a container wherein a panel principally defined by a rupturable score line in a wall is opened by operating a tab having one end adapted to press against the panel at a position spaced from the score line and overlying only a small portion of the opening left by the pan ...


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Peter C Ruggles, Jack S Snodgress: Method of joining fluted tube joint. Reynolds Metals Company, Alan M Biddison, September 10, 1996: US05554244 (72 worldwide citation)

A method of forming a tube joint which can be used in a desalination plant includes providing a fluted tube, applying a sealant to the tube end and inserting the tube end into a tube sheet or plate to form a joint therebetween. After insertion, the inner surface of the fluted tube is worked to defor ...


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Fred W Holloway Jr: Heat-sealable and peelable laminated packaging construction. Reynolds Metals Company, Glenn Lyne Girard & McDonald, July 21, 1981: US04279344 (70 worldwide citation)

A peelable and heat-sealable packaging construction is disclosed. This packaging construction is formed from a pair of members, each member comprising a central structural barrier layer formed of a metallic foil, such as aluminum foil, paperboard or the like, an outer plastics resin covering layer f ...


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Thomas E Kirby Jr: Carton and blank for making same. Reynolds Metals Company, Glenn Palmer Lyne & Gibbs, November 30, 1976: US03994432 (57 worldwide citation)

A carton and blank for making same are provided wherein such carton has a bottom wall, a pair of oppositely arranged side walls foldably connected to the bottom wall, and a top wall defined by a pair of flaps each foldably connected to an associated side wall. The flaps have integral portions defini ...


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Merle S Kahn: Membrane closure structure. Reynolds Metals Company, Alan T McDonald, March 27, 1984: US04438850 (56 worldwide citation)

A membrane for containers is disclosed. The membrane upon being sealed to the container can withstand the rigors of retort sterilization and at the same time provide a peelable opening structure for the container with a protective cover for heating the contents of the container.


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Larry B Brown: Metal construction stud and wall system incorporating the same. Reynolds Metals Company, Lyne Girard & McDonald, August 18, 1981: US04283892 (56 worldwide citation)

An extruded metal construction stud for use within a multitude of different interior room wall systems is disclosed as comprising a substantially U-shaped structure defined by means of a base web and a pair of perpendicular sidewalls. Each of the sidewalls is substantially S-shaped in configuration, ...


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Thomas E Kirby Jr: Carton and blank for making same. Reynolds Metals Company, Glenn Palmer Lyne & Gibbs, January 20, 1976: US03933303 (53 worldwide citation)

A carton and blank for making same are provided wherein such carton has a bottom wall, a pair of oppositely arranged side walls foldably connected to the bottom wall, and a top wall defined by a pair of flaps each foldably connected to an associated side wall. The flaps have integral portions defini ...



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