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Harold T Pehr: Container cover and safety closure. Fishburn Gold & Litman, May 10, 1977: US04022352 (153 worldwide citation)

A cover and safety closure structure for a container having a flowable material therein includes a cap member integral with or mounted on the container and having a material dispensing aperture in a top wall of the cap member. A closure member is hingedly mounted on the cap member and is movable bet ...


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Kim Ira Moore: Stackable container cover. W D English III, August 7, 2001: US06269977 (147 worldwide citation)

A stackable and reusable, container cover is disclosed for safe, sealed, and protected confinement of fluid contents therein to prevent, among other matters, spillage, contamination, evaporation and hardening of the fluid contents. The cover consists of a single molded disc shaped device with an ele ...


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James M Ficken: Container cover having a screen. Brett A Schenck, February 24, 1998: US05720412 (89 worldwide citation)

A cover for a container in which the container has a top, an outer lip, and a tab opener. The cover is a generally planar disc removably placed within a recessed area on the top within the lip. The disc has a screen covering the opening in the top for preventing objects from entering the can while a ...


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Andreas Mages, Werner Scheler, Herbert Blaschitz, Alfred Schulz, Heinz Schneider: Loading and unloading station for semiconductor processing installations. Jenoptik, McAulay Fisher Nissen Goldebrg & Kiel, June 30, 1998: US05772386 (79 worldwide citation)

In a loading and unloading station for semiconductor processing installations, the object of the present invention is to ensure charging proceeding from transporting containers under clean room conditions. These transporting containers themselves serve as magazines for disk-shaped objects and are op ...


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John M Michel: Detachable latch. Woodstream Corporation, Holman & Stern, August 17, 1982: US04344646 (77 worldwide citation)

A detachable latch for a container is arranged to snap fit into a latch pocket and operate with minimal or no frictional interference in releasing a projecting bolt member from a closure position wherein it projects through a slot in the container cover. In a first embodiment, the base of the latch ...


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George J Fournier: Cup cover. Cesari and McKenna, May 25, 1982: US04331255 (72 worldwide citation)

A unitary nonspilling container cover comprises a pair of similarly dimensioned discoid sections each having a peripheral channel and a flexible hinge connecting their peripheries. The two sections are oriented so that the second section can be flipped over onto the first so that the peripheral chan ...


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Robert Cummings: Sealing cover and method for resealing an intravenous container. U S Clinical Products, Richards Harris & Medlock, May 12, 1981: US04266687 (69 worldwide citation)

A laminated self-destructing sealing cover (10) has a container cover area (14) and pull tab (16). Protrusions (18) extend from the outer edge of the cover area (14) to promote proper use of the cover (10). A slit (20) may be into the protrusion (18) or the outer edge of the cover area (14) to promo ...


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Hans Ludwig Schirneker: Paraffin lamp. Browdy and Neimark, November 9, 1999: US05980241 (66 worldwide citation)

The invention has a container (50) for a fuel (W) with at least a partial cover (55) in which there is a non-combustible wick (52) in a wick holder (100). Above the container (50) near the wick holder there is at least one roller or upright body (RK) or in the container (50) there is a disc of solid ...


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Anand Ramanujam, Ryan J Coonce: Stacked containers. The Glad Products Company, Thomas C Feix, David Peterson, June 1, 2010: US07726483 (65 worldwide citation)

The container can be locked into a stack of containers. A container cover locks onto the top of a container base to define a sealed area for storage. Additionally, the bottom of a second container base can be locked onto the top of the cover of a first container. In this fashion, when closed contain ...


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Karen A Compton: Indicating device for warning a user that a prescribed interval of the time after event has not elapsed. Evenson McKeown Edwards & Lenahan P L L C, April 29, 1997: US05625334 (64 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a device that cautions the user of medication, for example, by visual change and/or surface contour change of a part of a medicine container, that a preset time since an event, such as since the last prior use or application of the medication, has not transpired. The medicine ...