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Leonard C Krimsky: Coanda nozzle dryer. Worldwide Converting Machinery, Shenier & O Connor, July 22, 1986: US04601116 (16 worldwide citation)

A Coanda dryer nozzle unit in which a nozzle opening formed in a plenum chamber just below and extending along one edge of a wall of the chamber parallel to the web to be dried is connected to the upper surface of the wall by a curved surface to produce a Coanda flow of air over the curved surface a ...


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Leonard C Krimsky, Henk V Rietschoten: Method of and apparatus for forming a butt splice in a web unwinder. Worldwide Processing Technologies, Shenier & O Connor, January 11, 1994: US05277731 (14 worldwide citation)

A method of and apparatus for forming a butt splice between an expiring web and a new web in which both webs are concomitantly cut at a location upstream of a lap splice formed between the webs and a length of splicing tape is applied at the location to form the butt splice. After the butt splice is ...


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Frank X Lee, Leonard C Krimsky, Henk Van Rietschoten: Rotary cutoff knife. Worldwide Converting Machinery, Shenier & O Connor, July 23, 1985: US04530265 (13 worldwide citation)

An improved rotary knife assembly for severing a moving web in which a support is mounted on a frame for rotary movement around a first axis, and a knife blade is mounted on the support for rotary movement around a second axis generally parallel to and spaced from the first axis. The knife blade is ...


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Leonard C Krimsky, Henk Van Rietschoten: Flying splice unwinder. Worldwide Converting Machinery, Shenier & O Connor, August 14, 1990: US04948061 (8 worldwide citation)

A turret unwinder in which a carriage mounted on the turret for movement between limit positions respectively adjacent first and second diametrically opposite winding axes supports a bumper roll for movement from a neutral position to respective fired positions in engagement with rolls on the windin ...


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Leonard C Krimsky, Henk Van Rietschoten: Turret for winders and unwinders. Worldwide Converting Machinery, Shenier & O Connor, July 25, 1978: US04102511 (7 worldwide citation)

An improved turret for use in winding and unwinding operations in which each of the arms of two pairs of generally diametrically oppositely extending roll supporting arms is eccentrically mounted on the cross-shaft by linear bearings which permit rolling movement of an arm axially of the cross-shaft ...


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Leonard C Krimsky, Richard A McCarthy, William P Rounds: Flotation dryer nozzle. Worldwide Converting Machinery, Shenier & O Connor, June 30, 1992: US05125170 (7 worldwide citation)

A flotation dryer nozzle in which respective outer narrow nozzle openings are formed at the edges of the side of the nozzle facing the web to be dried and respective wider nozzle openings are formed in the nozzle side facing the web inwardly of the narrow nozzle openings and in which respective pres ...


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Frank X Lee, Leonard C Krimsky, Donald R Freytag: Alternate side web splicing apparatus. Worldwide Converting Machinery, Shenier & O Connor, March 16, 1976: US03944151 (6 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an alternate side web splicing apparatus in which a bumper roll and a knife roll supported on a frame are adapted successively to be fired in the same direction from ready positions to perform an undersplice and in which means is provided for automatically changing the ready ...


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Frank X Lee, Leonard C Krimsky: Tension control system for an unwinder. Worldwide Converting Machinery, Shenier & O Connor, March 17, 1981: US04256270 (5 worldwide citation)

A tension control system for an unwinder in which a mechanical differential continuously couples to the roll mandrel an unwinding torque which is at least equal to the torque necessary to overcome the friction in the system.


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Leonard C Krimsky: Coating apparatus. Worldwide Converting Machinery, Shenier & O Connor, December 26, 1989: US04889072 (5 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for applying a thin coating to a web in which the outer end of a die assembly is moved into interfering relationship with the outer elastomeric position of a backing roll so that coating material supplied to said die assembly pocket of coating material covering a discharge orifice in the o ...


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Leonard C Krimsky: Cooled vacuum pull roll. Worldwide Converting Machinery, Shenier & O Connor, April 14, 1992: US05103898 (1 worldwide citation)

A pull roll in which the outer shell of a cooling roll through which a cooling medium flows has grooves in its outer surface forming lands which support a perforated skin. Communication is provided between the shell grooves and a segmented stator groove connected to a source of reduced pressure so t ...