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Richard G Custer, Richard R Kosiorek, Michael P Kolosso, Mladomir Tomic: Method and apparatus for forming a reclosable package. Reynolds Consumer Products, Alan T McDonald, July 7, 1992: US05127208 (120 worldwide citation)

A method and an apparatus for applying a reclosable profile element and a tear strip element to a packaging film is disclosed. Packaging film is formed into a tubular form about a forming tube. The tubular shaped packaging film is advanced along the length of the forming tube and over a product fill ...


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Mlsdomir Tomic: Reclosable zipper. Reynolds Consumer Products, Alan T McDonald, April 4, 1995: US05403094 (97 worldwide citation)

A reclosable zipper for a reclosable bag comprises a first closure having a first base, a first pair of locking members integrally connected to the first base, and a center guide post integrally connected to the first base. The center guide post is positioned adjacent to and between the first pair o ...


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Steve H Simonsen, Mladomir Tomic, Wayne M Wegner: Reclosable profile having improved closure members. Reynolds Consumer Products, Alan T McDonald, May 21, 1991: US05017021 (88 worldwide citation)

An improved closure member for a package is provided comprising first and second profile strips sealed to the package at the package opening, a male member formed on the first profile strip, a post member also formed on the first profile strip on the inboard side of the male member, a female member ...


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Timothy J May: Closure arrangement having a peelable seal. Reynolds Consumer Products, Alan T McDonald, November 28, 1995: US05470156 (83 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a closure arrangement for a polymeric bag having a pair of opposing films comprises a wide base strip, a pair of narrow heat-resistant strips composed of heat-resistant material, and a T-shaped peelable strip composed of peelable material. The base strip has opposing inner and out ...


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Timothy J May: Closure arrangement having a peelable seal. Reynolds Consumer Products, Alan T McDonald, February 6, 1996: US05489252 (82 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a closure arrangement for a polymeric bag having a pair of opposing films comprises a wide base strip, a pair of narrow heat-resistant strips composed of heat-resistant material, and a T-shaped peelable strip composed of peelable material. The base strip has opposing inner and out ...


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Timothy J May: Closure arrangement having a peelable seal. Reynolds Consumer Products, Alan T McDonald, March 10, 1998: US05725312 (75 worldwide citation)

A closure arrangement for a polymeric bag has a pair of opposing films joined at a fold line and perforated along the fold line. The arrangement includes a base strip, a pair of heat-resistant strips, and a peelable strip composed of peelable material. The base strip has opposing inner and outer sur ...


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Timothy J May, Robert Styer, Mark Ericson: Stay-open towel dispensing container. Reynolds Consumer Products, Alan T McDonald, August 6, 1991: US05036997 (75 worldwide citation)

At least one lug formed on the inside of the cover of a plastic container contacts a lip provided on the top back edge of the container bottom when the cover is opened to a predetermined position so that the cover is releasably held open.


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Catherine E Kettner, Jack R McLean, Mladomir Tomic, Wayne M Wegner: Interlocking closure for plastic storage bags with confirming color stripes. Reynolds Consumer Products, Alan T McDonald, October 18, 1994: US05356222 (73 worldwide citation)

An interlocking closure device for a plastic bag includes two closure elements which interlock over a predetermined length to selectively open and close the opened end. The first closure member projects from an opaque web and is formed with brightly colored tips co-extruded with the contrasting opaq ...


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Timothy J May: Tamper evident peelable seal. Reynolds Consumer Products, Alan T McDonald, February 20, 1996: US05492411 (73 worldwide citation)

A closure arrangement for a polymeric bag with first and second opposing films comprises first and second opposing base strips, a first peelable strip of a first color, and a second peelable strip of a second color. An outer surface of the first base strip is attached to an inner surface of the firs ...


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Timothy J May, Richard G Custer, Catherine E Kettner, Wendy S Nichols: Easy open package header. Reynolds Consumer Products, Alan T McDonald, August 26, 1997: US05660479 (68 worldwide citation)

A package header arrangement includes a header with first and second opposing films, a tear bead and a support member. The support member is attached to the first film below the tear bead. The tear bead is disposed between the first and second films. When heat and pressure are applied to the first a ...