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Edward Tucker, George Lueken, Luke Gross, Mark Cruz, Jack F Melvan: Sealing container. The Glad Products Company, Thomas C Feix, January 9, 2001: US06170696 (119 worldwide citation)

The plastic container includes a container top and a container bottom. The container utilizes a cut-back closure device which maintains the container top in a secure position relative to the container bottom and also forms a nearly leak proof seal. The container top includes gripping tabs which faci ...


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Edward Tucker, Jason R Maxwell, Jack Melvan, George Lueken, Luke Gross, Mark Cruz: Sealing container. The Glad Products Company, Thomas C Felix, August 28, 2007: US07261219 (66 worldwide citation)

The present invention consists of an inexpensive tight sealing plastic container suited for microwave cooking, top-shelf dishwashing and freezer use. In accordance with a preferred embodiment, the container is provided with two compartments, one large and one small. The container utilizes a dual cut ...


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Takaharu Gamo, So Kuranaka, Yoshio Morita, Jo Suzuki, Mamoru Hamanishi, Sadao Nagai, Kazuhito Hatoh, Eiichi Yasumoto: Fuel cell system, fuel feed system for fuel cell and portable electric appliance. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Smith Gambrell & Russell Beveridge DeGrandi Weilacher & Young Intellectual Property Group, November 2, 1999: US05976725 (61 worldwide citation)

A fuel cell system has a fuel cell of solid polymer type, a rectangular parallelepiped sealing container for accommodating hydrogen occlusion alloy for occluding hydrogen to be supplied to said fuel cell, a connection portion provided in a hydrogen passage between said sealing container and said fue ...


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Edward Tucker, George Lueken, Luke Gross, Mark Cruz, Jack F Melvan: Sealing container. The Glad Products Company, Thomas C Feix, June 28, 2005: US06910599 (58 worldwide citation)

The present invention consists of an inexpensive tight sealing plastic container suited for microwave cooking, top-shelf dishwashing and freezer use. In accordance with a preferred embodiment, the container is provided with two compartments, one large and one small. The container utilizes a dual cut ...


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Michael D Richardson: Twist opening sealing container. Ball Corporation, Sheridan Ross P C, March 21, 2006: US07014060 (39 worldwide citation)

A resealable container is provided with a twist opening end closure which is suitable for storing perishable solids and liquids, and in one embodiment an easy open tab feature to facilitate venting.


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Cook Richard L: Self-sealing container. Goodyear Aerospace Corporation, Brunner F W, Wolfe J D, April 2, 1974: US3801425 (39 worldwide citation)

A fuel container which pertains more particularly to lightweight fuel containers such as the gasoline and jet fuel cells employed in aircraft and which are self-sealing when punctured by missiles, the container comprising an elastomeric laminate having a sealant composition positioned in said lamina ...


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Richard A Wheeler: Self-sealing container closure. Gilbert E Alberding, April 27, 1976: US03952910 (39 worldwide citation)

A novel self-sealing container closure that prevents spillage and that simultaneously permits drinking from a container or cup, all without the removal of the closure. The novel closure comprising a generally resilient central face having an aperture therethrough defined by overlapping edges, and a ...


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James P Hawkins, Hassan Aref: Self-sealing container. James P Hawkins, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, January 29, 1991: US04988016 (36 worldwide citation)

A container for fluids is disclosed in which the container is comprised of two flexible sheets joined so as to form a fluid reservoir. Leading from the reservoir is an exit flow channel to permit the expulsion of the fluid contents when pressure is applied to the container. When the applied pressure ...


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Stephan Copeland: Self-sealing container. Mirick O&apos Connell DeMallie & Lougee, December 25, 2001: US06332551 (34 worldwide citation)

An improved container, comprising, a receptacle having at least one opening; and a lid adapted to releasably cover at least a portion of the receptacle opening, comprising, one or more lower leaves having one or more ports, through which at least a portion of the receptacle opening may be accessed a ...


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Marvin P Yates Jr, Richard C Cochran, Ronnie H Royston: Syringe sealing container. Dynamic Bio Apparatuses, David M Ostfeld, March 15, 1994: US05293993 (34 worldwide citation)

A hypodermic syringe and needle disposal container ("disposal container") is disclosed. The disposal container comprises a plastic hinged case sized for encasing the majority of sizes of hypodermic syringes, with needles. Two securing tabs, opposite the hinge, secure the case in the closed position, ...



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