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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 (117 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 (98 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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Johnson George R: Method for producing cushioning dunnage. The Arpax Company, September 7, 1971: US3603216 (81 worldwide citation)

A method of producing resilient cushioning dunnage comprising taking at least one web of sheetlike material, such as paper, of predetermined width, rolling the lateral edges of the web generally inwardly, generally loosely crumpling the web with the rolled edges radially inwardly into a padlike conf ...



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