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Clifford C Faust, Philip F Cilia: Apparatus for cryogenic freezing of fluid filled pouches. Union Carbide Corporation, Maurice W Ryan, April 27, 1976: US03952536 (20 worldwide citation)

Viable fluids such as blood components are rapidly frozen in plastic or the like pouches for transportation and/or storage by placing a flat pouch slack filled with fluid between two substantially planar parallel restraining surfaces such as metal plates of greater perimeter than the flattened slack ...


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Clifford C Faust, Philip F Cilia: Apparatus for cryogenic freezing of fluid filled pouches. Union Carbide Corporation, Alvin H Fritschler, May 23, 1978: US04090374 (18 worldwide citation)

Viable fluids such as blood components are rapidly frozen in plastic or the like pouches for transportation and/or storage by placing a flat pouch slack filled with fluid between two substantially planar parallel restraining surfaces such as metal plates of greater perimeter than the flattened slack ...


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Philip F Cilia, Vytautas Kupcikevicius: Method and apparatus for forming a shrinkable bag having an integral handle. Viskase Corporation, Roger Aceto, February 28, 1995: US05393293 (17 worldwide citation)

Bag making apparatus and method for forming a handle opening in a thermoplastic food packaging shrink bag includes both cold cutting and hot cut cutting operations to form a handle which, on heat shrinking the bag, is strong and has an enhanced appearance.


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Clifford C Faust, Philip F Cilia: Cryogenically frozen package articles. Delmed, Alvin H Fritschler, March 25, 1980: US04194369 (15 worldwide citation)

Viable fluids such as blood components are rapidly frozen in plastic or the like pouches for transportation and/or storage by placing a flat pouch slack filled with fluid between two substantially planar parallel restraining surfaces such as metal plates of greater perimeter than the flattened slack ...


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Philip F Cilia, Vytautas Kupcikevicius: Heat shrinkable handle bag article. Viskase Corporation, Roger Aceto, July 26, 1994: US05332094 (8 worldwide citation)

A heat shrinkable bag having a slit cut through two plies of a skirt portion so that the skirt forms a handle upon heat shrinking. The slit is cold cut through both plies of the skirt for most of the slit length except the opposite ends of the slit are burnt through the skirt to weld the plies toget ...


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Vytautas Kupcikevicius, Philip F Cilia, Darrell L Burkeen: Heat sealing member for making contoured heat seals. Viskase Corporation, Roger Aceto, September 22, 1992: US05149943 (7 worldwide citation)

The heat sealing wire of an impulse heat sealer is held against an operating face of a support bar by an insulating fabric which is draped over the wire and secured in a slot formed in the support bar. The securing drape of fabric allows unrestricted expansion and contraction of the hot wire. Also i ...