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James L Sosler, Thomas P Hambleton: Barrier carton with reclosable pour spout. International Paper Company, Walt Thomas Zielinski, September 6, 1988: US04768703 (49 worldwide citation)

An open ended carton including a membrane liner and a cover having a peripherally depending flange which overlies a top end portion of the carton. A transverse score line in the cover and contiguous perforation lines in the flange divide the cover into first and second sections to provide a hinged p ...


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Thomas P Hambleton, Richard R Triggiani: Slideable reclosable plastic lid. International Paper Company, Richard J Ancel, February 18, 1986: US04570817 (47 worldwide citation)

A container lid composed of a plastic material comprising a main lid member and a slide member is disclosed, as well as a method of constructing and a mold for forming same. The main lid member has supporting guideways between which the slide member is situated, and the guideways are angled relative ...


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Thomas P Hambleton: Plastic sack holder. International Paper Company, Richard J Ancel, March 20, 1984: US04437634 (29 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a device to hold open for loading a limp plastic sack having a pair of integral handles and a body portion terminating in a base portion. It comprises a horizontally disposed base member; a pair of oppositely-disposed, upwardly-projecting side wall members, which ...


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Thomas P Hambleton, Erick Guevara, Peter Rychiger: End closure structure for a container. International Paper Company, Richard J Ancel, December 10, 1985: US04557398 (21 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an end closure structure for a container having a flexible central member (6) with an outwardly dished center section and at least one opening structure (18) in the central member (6), a removable thin flexible closure member (12) disposed over the opening structure (18) whi ...


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Thomas P Hambleton, Erick Guevara, Peter Rychiger: Process for providing filled containers. International Paper Company, Walt Thomas Zielinski, Richard J Ancel, July 21, 1987: US04680917 (21 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an end closure structure for a container having a flexible central member (6) with an outwardly dished center section and at least one opening structure (18) in the central member (6), a removable thin flexible closure member (12) disposed over the opening structure (18) whi ...


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John D Knight, Joseph M Ladina, George E Selecman, Thomas P Hambleton, Douglas J Ely, Daniela Homza Stark, Dean M Pichon, David Nedder: Audio closure. The Coca Cola Company, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, April 8, 2003: US06545594 (14 worldwide citation)

A closure for a bottle. The closure includes an outer cap. An audio device and a triggering mechanism are positioned within the outer cap. A water block is positioned on the outer cap so as to prevent water from penetrating into the audio device.


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Thomas P Hambleton: Moisture barrier carton with reclosable cover. International Paper Company, W T Zielinski, June 16, 1987: US04673126 (13 worldwide citation)

An open ended carton which includes a recessed moisture barrier closure provided by a membrane liner and an overlying cover. The membrane liner includes a perforated cut-out area which defines a pour spout. The cover which is affixed to the cut-out area by a heat seal pivots outwardly about a transv ...


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Thomas P Hambleton, Benjamin J Cassidy, James L Sosler: Openable and reclosable carton. International Paper Company, Walt Thomas Zielinski, March 22, 1988: US04732275 (10 worldwide citation)

An openable and reclosable pour spout forming carton formed from a one-piece blank of paperboard. The carton is generally brick shaped and has a sealing fin on its upper surface, the fin defined by two panels sealingly adhered together. This double thickness fin is adhered to the top of the carton b ...


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Thomas P Hambleton, Harold F Tighe Jr, John J Michels: Protective packaging system for a plurality of containers. August 19, 1986: US04606454 (8 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a protective packaging system for a plurality of containers (12) having a top protective cover (2) for engaging and protecting the top end closures (62) of the plurality of containers (12), and an enclosing material (14), such as shrink wrap (14), disposed about a plurality ...


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Thomas P Hambleton: Carton with reclosable membrane liner. International Paper Company, Walt Thomas Zielinski, September 20, 1988: US04771938 (8 worldwide citation)

An open ended carton which includes a moisture barrier membrane liner attached to interior surfaces of a cover. The membrane liner includes first and second hingedly connected attachment sections which are heat sealed to the cover at marginal sealing areas. A pour spout is provided by pivoting one a ...