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Robert H Van Coney: Resilient squeeze bottle package for dispensing viscous products without belching. The Procter & Gamble Company, E Kelly Linman, John V Gorman, Richard C Witte, June 27, 1989: US04842165 (140 worldwide citation)

A resilient squeeze bottle dispensing package capable of dispensing viscous products without excessive air entrainment and belching on successive dispensing cycles. In a preferred embodiment, the viscous product is preferably suspended inside a resilient squeeze bottle in a thin flexible bag. The fl ...


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Guelfo A Manizza: Bottle package. Federal Paper Board Company, Guy A Greenawalt, June 14, 1977: US04029204 (62 worldwide citation)

A wraparound type carrier package for a group of bottles arranged in double row relation and transversely aligned pairs, which package is especially adapted for use in the marketing of bottled beverages and which is designed to satisfy railway requirements for shipping containers or packages of this ...


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Robert L Sutherland: Bottle package. Federal Paper Board Company, Fitzgibbon Roehrig Greenawalt & Gilhooly, May 13, 1980: US04202446 (52 worldwide citation)

A wraparound type carrier package for a group of bottles which are arranged in a double row and in transversely aligned pairs, which package is formed by wrapping about the top, sides, ends and bottom of the bottles, a cut and scored blank of paperboard, or similar foldable sheet material, which bla ...


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George V Mumford: Plastic overcap for bottle package. Owens Illinois, John R Nelson, Myron E Click, David H Wilson, October 28, 1980: US04230230 (38 worldwide citation)

A cup-shaped overcap made of deformable plastic material is provided with plural protruding lugs along the inside surface of the cup wall nearly adjacent the open end of the overcap. The lugs snap over the apex of an annular bead on a bottle holding the cap in inverted position over a closure on the ...


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Edwin L Arneson: Bottle package. Federal Paper Board Company, Guy A Greenawalt, August 31, 1976: US03977518 (37 worldwide citation)

A wraparound type carrier package for a group of bottles arranged in row relation and transversely aligned pairs, which carrier is especially adapted for use in the marketing of bottled beverages, wherein the bottles are designed to be returned to the store or bottling plant for reuse or recycling, ...


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H Norman Reiboldt, Ronald W Kock, Nancy J McCarthy, Reuben E Oder: Bag-in-bottle package with reusable resilient squeeze bottle and disposable inner receptacle which inverts upon emptying without attachment near its midpoint to squeeze bottle. The Procter & Gamble Company, E Kelly Linman, Michael E Hilton, John M Howell, April 26, 1994: US05305920 (24 worldwide citation)

An inner receptacle is provided which is adapted to be used with a resilient squeeze bottle. The inner receptacle includes a flexible bag and includes a mechanism for causing the flexible bag to invert upon itself about its midpoint without requiring attachment of the inner receptacle to the squeeze ...


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Mindaugas J Klygis, Edward L Benno: Bottle package and packaging device. Illinois Tool Works, Thomas W Buckman, November 17, 1981: US04300681 (24 worldwide citation)

A packaging device and package created by the packaging device with a plurality of bottles. In a preferred embodiment a highly stretched tubular sleeve of resilient elastic plastic material is positioned about an array of bottles so that the upper extremity of the tube extends in a stretched conditi ...


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Yoshi Sekiguchi: Process for producing a display with moveable images. Thomas W Tolpin, November 15, 1994: US05364274 (23 worldwide citation)

An efficient economical process is provided to produce an intricate impressive display with outstanding marketing and advertising appeal. In the process, multiple images are formed, such as on a central processing unit, the images are masked and striped, and portions thereof are superimposed. The su ...


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Guelfo A Manizza: Bottle package. Federal Paper Board Company, FitzGibbon Roehrig Greenawalt & Gilhooly, September 1, 1981: US04286709 (21 worldwide citation)

An upwardly opening tray-like carrier carton is disclosed for packaging a plurality of articles having the general form of beverage bottles, which carrier is fabricated from a pair of blanks of foldable sheet material which are cut, scored, folded, and glued up, so as to provide connected panels whi ...


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Guelfo A Manizza: Bottle package with promotional card insert. Federal Paper Board Company, FitzGibbon Roehrig Greenawalt & Gilhooly, June 1, 1982: US04332325 (20 worldwide citation)

A promotional card of paperboard is provided for incorporating in a package of stubby type bottled products which are disposed in double row transversely paired relation and held in a group by a plastic shroud or plastic shrink wrap, which card has a top panel generally with apertures for receiving ...



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