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John L Hirsch: Flying splice apparatus. Curt G Joa, Joseph P House Jr, August 15, 1978: US04106974 (73 worldwide citation)

Flying splice apparatus and method for splicing the leading end of a new web of rolled web material to a running web. The running web is trained between two coacting rotors respectively provided with coacting web press jaws. When a splice is to be made, the rotors are turned concurrently through a c ...


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John L Hirsch: Adhesive tape bag closure. Curt G Joa, Joseph P House Jr, February 22, 1977: US04008851 (72 worldwide citation)

A strip of adhesive tape is relatively permanently attached at one end to a bag near the open end thereof and is strippably attached to the bag in the remaining portions of the tape. To close the bag, the strippable portion of the tape is stripped away from the bag, which is then puckered and desira ...


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John L Hirsch, Edmund A Radzins: Method and apparatus for applying adhesive attaching tapes to pads. Curt G Joa, Joseph P House Jr, October 16, 1979: US04171239 (71 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for applying adhesive attaching tapes to pads, such as diapers, in which an elongated strip of adhesive tape having an adhesive face and a non-adhesive back is folded longitudinally about a hinge line to form tape wings having their non-adhesive backs together and their adhesive ...


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John L Hirsch: Diaper packer. Curt G Joa, Joseph P House Jr, November 8, 1977: US04056919 (71 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for packing pads such as disposable diapers in shipping cartons includes one or more carriages having receptacles or bins with two open sides and an open top. The carriage moves the bins between a loading position where a stack of diapers is pushed into the bin and an unloading position wh ...


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Edward J Gaffney: Lift chair with rocker and wheel frame attachments. Joseph P House Jr, April 11, 1978: US04083599 (59 worldwide citation)

A lift chair has a lift base, a seat, and an extensible and retractable power-actuated ram connected between the lift base and seat to selectively raise and lower the seat. One or another accessory base provided with accessories such as a rocker or wheel assembly is also connected to the seat and is ...


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Curt G Joa: Sanitary pad with multiple end folds. Joseph P House Jr, June 13, 1978: US04094319 (56 worldwide citation)

A disposable diaper with an absorbent pad that is both narrower and shorter than the diaper back sheet has plural folds formed in opposing end margins of the back sheet overlapping the ends of the absorbent pad to reduce the length of the folded diaper to the approximate length of the absorbent pad ...


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Edmund A Radzins, Gene F Kiela: Fluff distributor. Curt G Joa, Joseph P House Jr, August 22, 1978: US04108584 (52 worldwide citation)

A fluff distributor comprises a fluff chamber, two or more vacuum screens in said chamber and onto which screens fluff is laid in batts. The screens have separately controllable drive mechanism whereby each screen can be independently driven at a desired rate of speed. Accordingly, the volume of flu ...


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Edward J Gaffney: Reclining elevator chair. Joseph P House Jr, February 15, 1977: US04007960 (50 worldwide citation)

A reclining elevator chair having a tiltable back, an extendible leg rest, and means for raising the seat and simultaneously tilting it forwardly to assist arthritic or other partially disabled persons in leaving the chair. A power-driven ram tilts the back and extends and retracts the leg rest in o ...


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Edmund A Radzins: Bale loader for fluff generator. Curt G Joa, Joseph P House Jr, February 27, 1979: US04141509 (50 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for loading a fresh bale of stacked wood pulp sheets into a continuously rotating bale milling cradle of a fluff generator, usually on top of a partially exhausted bale. A bale loader cradle is mounted above the bale milling cradle and is provided with mechanism for selectively ...


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Robert J Neuroth: Electric conduit connector. Joseph P House Jr, June 28, 1977: US04032178 (33 worldwide citation)

A seamless one-piece metal sleeve coupling is adapted at one end to couple with an end of an electric conduit and is flared at the other end to a size larger than the entry opening in an electric junction box. The flared portion of the sleeve has a reduced end portion which is small enough to enter ...