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Ronald M Asbach, Seth N Green, James E Slowe: Odorless container. Fisher Price, C Scott Talbot, Melvin L Barnes Jr, Howrey & Simon, July 16, 1996: US05535913 (110 worldwide citation)

An odorless container having a selectively openable flexible sleeve that creates a seal between a holding chamber where waste is deposited and a storage chamber where waste is stored so that odors from the storage chamber do not escape when waste is deposited into the holding chamber. Operation of t ...


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Bernard Vallot: Sachets for bio-pharmaceutical fluid products. Stedim Z I des Paluds, Browdy and Neimark, November 23, 1999: US05988422 (102 worldwide citation)

A flexible sachet for transporting bio-pharmaceutical liquids with a volume of 50 liters or more, of the bellows type, assumes when filled a substantially parallelepiped shape. It comprises a bottom wall, a top wall and four lateral walls. It is made of a single laminated film with three or more lay ...


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Daniel C Weber: Paint roller bucket. Michael I Kroll, March 28, 1995: US05400916 (96 worldwide citation)

A paint roller bucket is provided, which consists of a receptacle having an open top with a deep well to hold a large amount of paint, so that a paint roller can be inserted into the paint. A component is for carrying the receptacle from place to place making it portable.


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Marten Walther, Martin Heming, Michael Spallek, Gudrun Zschaschler: Vessel of plastic having a barrier coating and a method of producing the vessel. Schott Glaswerke, Walter Ottesen, April 7, 1998: US05736207 (90 worldwide citation)

A plastic vessel has a barrier coating comprising sequentially arranged barrier layers of organic polymer and of inorganic oxides, nitrides or oxynitrides. The barrier coating preferably has at least two inorganic barrier layers. The thickness of the inorganic barrier layers lies between 2 and 300 n ...


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Charles B Isgar, Shirley K Isgar: Container for use with plastic bags. Joseph J Kelly, March 18, 1986: US04576310 (83 worldwide citation)

A rigid, self-sustaining plastic container is provided with cooperating notches and hooks for supporting a plastic bag, having handles secured thereto and wherein an opening is formed between each handle and the plastic bag, in the container so that the bottom of the plastic bag is adjacent to the b ...


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Donald R Fell, Seiji Takeuchi: Container liner. Don Fell, Lawrence Fell, July 24, 1984: US04461402 (70 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a disposable liner comprised of a thin sheet plastics material formed into a long tube having left and right sides and a top and bottom. The tube is closed at each end by end panels formed by folded end flaps of the tube. One end panel has located therein an inlet po ...


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Gary L Olson: Collapsible stackable container system for flowable materials. Noslo Enterprises, Rothwell Figg Ernst & Kurz P C, March 3, 1998: US05722552 (69 worldwide citation)

A collapsible container system for flowable materials includes a collapsible bag for holding the materials and a collapsible frame for supporting and retaining the bag. The collapsible frame includes top and bottom portions and a plurality of spaced apart upright members extending therebetween. The ...


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Gary W Spong: Ice-holding and game-adaptable insert cup for drinking container. Antonio Valentino Pannutti, David Pressman, October 23, 1984: US04478346 (69 worldwide citation)

For holding ice (36) in a drinking container (20) out of contact with the beverage (34) but in a manner that allows the beverage to be cooled by such ice when said container is used for drinking, an insert cup (10) which is provided which self-positions in an upper portion of said drinking container ...


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Ronald M Asbach, Seth N Green, James E Slowe: Odorless container. Fisher Price, C Scott Talbot, Morgan Lewis and Bockius, August 12, 1997: US05655680 (67 worldwide citation)

An odorless container having a selectively openable peripheral constrictor that creates a seal between a holding chamber where waste is deposited and a storage chamber where waste is stored so that odors from the storage chamber do not escape when waste is deposited into the holding chamber. Operati ...


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Carol A Witthoeft: Compartmentalized refuse collection unit. Rudolph L Lowell, Brian J Laurenzo, May 12, 1992: US05111958 (67 worldwide citation)

A refuse collection unit for household use comprising a container body defining a first storage area adapted to receive at least a conventional plastic refuse bag therein and a second storage area adapted to receive at least two removable rigid liners in a side-by-side disposition therein. The remov ...