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Charles Sperry
Sperry Charles R, Scott Suzanne M, Mcnamara Dennis F Jr: High-speed apparatus and method for forming inflated chambers. Sealed Air, January 18, 2006: EP1616693-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and a method for inflating an inflatable web in which, in one embodiment, the inflatable web is conveyed along a path of travel with an inflation element positioned between unsealed edges of the web and proximate the inflation ports of the web's inflatable chambers, and a tracking senso ...


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Charles Sperry
Sperry Charles R, Scott Suzanne: Apparatus and method for forming inflated containers. Sealed Air, April 21, 2004: EP1409236-A2

An apparatus for forming inflated containers includes a film web that includes two juxtaposed film plies, a closed longitudinal edge, an open longitudinal edge, and a series of transverse seals having a first end located at the closed longitudinal edge and a second end terminating a predetermined di ...


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Charles Sperry
Sperry Charles R, Scott Suzanne: Apparatus and method for forming inflated chambers. Sealed Air, February 4, 2004: EP1385696-A1

An inflatable web (10), and method and apparatus for inflating the web, which generally includes two sheets (12, 14) having inner surfaces sealed to each other in a pattern defining a series of inflatable chambers (16) of predetermined length, each of the chambers having at least one change in width ...


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Charles Sperry
Sperry Charles R, Scott Suzanne M, Corliss James M: Inflator/sealer device for inflatable packaging cushion. Sealed Air, December 4, 2002: EP1261474-A2

An inflator/sealer machine useful for inflating and sealing an inflatable cushion having a resistance wire that extends across the inlet of the inflatable cushion. The machine includes an inflation tube, a seal bar, and an anvil. The inflation tube is connected to a source of inflation fluid and has ...


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Charles Sperry
Sperry Charles R, Scott Suzanne: Appareil et procede permettant de former des recipients gonflables, Apparatus and method for forming inflated containers. Sealed Air Corporation, Sealed Air Corporation, SMART & BIGGAR, August 22, 2002: CA2449691

An apparatus for forming inflated containers includes a film web that includes two juxtaposed film plies, a closed longitudinal edge, an open longitudinal edge, and a series of transverse seals having a first end located at the closed longitudinal edge and a second end terminating a predetermined di ...


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Donald E Weder, Joseph G Straeter, Frank J Craig: Apparaus of making a flower pot or flower pot cover with controlled pleats. Highland Supply Corporation, Dunlap Codding & Peterson & Lee, December 17, 1991: US05073161 (227 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for forming a sheet of material into a flower pot or flower pot cover comprising means for engaging portions of the sheet of material and forming pleats in predetermined portions of the sheet of material having a predetermined shape whereby the formed flower pot or flower pot ...


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Johnson George R: Cushioning dunnage product. The Arpax Company, March 21, 1972: US3650877 (119 worldwide citation)

A resilient cushioning dunnage product of helical coil like configuration produced from a web of low cost sheet like material, such as paper, by crumpling the web down into a relatively narrow strip and then forming the strip by pressure into generally helical coiled form. Also a tubular like dunnag ...


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Pendleton John M: Flowable dunnage apparatus and method of packaging with flowable and compliable inflated dunnage material. June 6, 1972: US3667593 (99 worldwide citation)

Flowable dunnage apparatus characterized by discrete inflated capsules formed of elastic impervious webs in facing relationship and sealed along their edges with a quantity of air under pressure captured therein, the discrete capsules being of minuscule dimension as compared to the dimensions of an ...


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Bruno H Baldacci, John E Silvis: Stitching gear assembly having perforating projections thereon, for use in converter adapted to produce pad-like cushioning material, and method. Ranpak, Calfee Halter & Griswold, November 6, 1990: US04968291 (88 worldwide citation)

A gear-like stitching assembly adapted for use in a converter mechanism of the type providing for the production of pad-like cushioning dunnage product from sheet-like stock material which is conventionally disposed in multi-ply, roll form for use with the converter mechanism. The stock material is ...


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Gary W Ottaviano: Cushioning dunnage mechanism. Ranpak Corporation, Baldwin Egan Walling & Fetzer, December 9, 1980: US04237776 (81 worldwide citation)

A cushioning dunnage producing and handling mechanism which is of relatively compact nature utilizing a multiply roll of sheet-like stock material, such as paper. As the stock is pulled off the composite roll, the edges are rolled inwardly in a longitudinally convergent chute, into generally superim ...



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