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Andrija Fuderer, Ernst Rudelstorfer: Selective adsorption process. Union Carbide Corporation, John C LeFever, October 19, 1976: US03986849 (129 worldwide citation)

In an adiabatic pressure swing process for separation of feed gas mixtures such as H.sub.2 containing CO.sub.2 and N.sub.2 impurities, at least seven adsorbent beds are employed of which at least two are receiving feed gas during the entire cycle, and with at least three pressure equalization stages ...


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Gerald H Scheibner: Reclosable container. Union Carbide Corporation, Real J Grandmaison, John C Lefever, December 14, 1982: US04363345 (127 worldwide citation)

A reclosable container features ridges near the opening of the container to provide improved gripping of the container by the user during the opening and loading of the container.


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Stanley Lustig, Nancy M Mack, Jeffrey M Schuetz, Stephen J Vicik: Puncture resistant, heat-shrinkable films containing very low density polyethylene. Viskase Corporation, John C LeFever, September 5, 1989: US04863769 (91 worldwide citation)

Heat-shrinkable films suitable for packaging food articles such as frozen poultry, primal meat cuts, and processed meat products. In one embodiment, the film may be a biaxially stretched monolayer film of a very low density polyethylene copolymer. In another embodiment, the film may be a biaxially s ...


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George F Kirkpatrick: Colored interlocking closure strips. Union Carbide Corporation, John C LeFever, August 25, 1981: US04285105 (90 worldwide citation)

An interlocking closure device comprising two closure profiles operable for being interlocked continuously over a predetermined length features the closure profiles having different colors, whereby the position of the closure profiles on a container can be easily identified visually in order to simp ...


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Stanley Lustig, Nancy M Mack, Jeffrey M Schuetz, Stephen J Vicik: Biaxially stretched, heat shrinkable VLDPE film. Viskase Corporation, John C LeFever, Cedrick M Richeson, October 22, 1991: US05059481 (86 worldwide citation)

Heat-shrinkable films suitable for packaging food articles such as frozen poultry, primal meat cuts, and processed meat products. In one embodiment, the film may be a biaxially stretched monolayer film of a very low density polyethylene copolymer. In another embodiment, the film may be a biaxially s ...


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Edward N Biel: Cling-wrap polyethylene film. Union Carbide Corporation, Harrie M Humphreys, John C LeFever, Real J Grandmaison, January 4, 1983: US04367256 (70 worldwide citation)

A cling wrap plastic film comprising a mixture of high pressure-low density polyethylene (HPLDPE) and low pressure-low density polyethylene (LPLDPE), in which the LPLDPE is between about 5 and about 16 weight % of the LPLDPE plus HPLDPE total weight.


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Ewald A Kamp: Film-tape-closure device slot cast integrated interlocking structure and extrusion method. Union Carbide Corporation, Real J Grandmaison, John C LeFever, January 31, 1984: US04428788 (61 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for extruding a film, a tape and a closure device simultaneously to produce integrated interlocking closure stock comprising (a) extruding a sheet of film onto a rotating casting roll at a rate to provide a high draw-down ratio; (b) extruding a tape to join the film on the cas ...


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John Anthony, Stuart J Kurtz: Multilayer films comprising low pressure, low density polyethylene. Union Carbide Corporation, John C Lefever, Real J Grandmaison, August 16, 1983: US04399173 (59 worldwide citation)

A multilayer plastic film free of melt fracture suitable for use in packaging and making bags wherein the film comprises a core layer of low melt index, low pressure, low density polyethylene, and two outer layers of a high melt index, low pressure, low density polyethylene. The process of making th ...


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Vincent J Dudenhoeffer, Jeffrey M Schuetz: Bone-in food packaging article. Viskase Corporation, John C LeFever, April 12, 1994: US05302402 (53 worldwide citation)

An article for shrink packaging bone-in food masses such as meat cuts comprising a thin-walled heat shrinkable thermoplastic film bag and a thick-walled nonheat shrinkable thermoplastic film patch having its inner surface bonded to the bag outer surface. Both surfaces have high energy as the sole bo ...


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Stephen J Vicik: Cook-in shrink film. Viskase Corporation, John C LeFever, March 29, 1988: US04734327 (52 worldwide citation)

An irradiated three layer heat shrinkable plastic film comprising an EVOH - Nylon core layer as an oxygen barrier, a first outer layer comprising a blend of EVA and C6-C8 olefin type LLDPE, and a second outer layer comprising EVA.