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Guelfo A Manizza: Bottle package. Federal Paper Board Company, Guy A Greenawalt, June 14, 1977: US04029204 (51 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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Jimmy Clidaras, William Whitted, William Hamburgen, Montgomery Sykora, Winnie Leung, Gerald Aigner, Donald L Beaty: Modular computing environments. Google, Fish & Richardson P C, June 15, 2010: US07738251 (49 worldwide citation)

A computer system may include a connecting hub having a plurality of docking regions and be configured to provide to each docking region electrical power, a data network interface, a cooling fluid supply and a cooling fluid return; and a plurality of shipping containers that each enclose a modular c ...


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John S Papai, Leopoldo Marti Balaguer: Neutron absorber articles. Westinghouse Electric, October 25, 1988: US04780268 (49 worldwide citation)

A neutron absorber element is composed of a metallic substrate bonded to a refractory coating containing gadolinium oxide. It has been found that these articles have excellent resistance to thermal shock, mechanical impact, abrasion, high temperature and water damage. These properties, in conjunctio ...


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Robert M Carson: Container tracking system. Robert Charles Hill, June 10, 2003: US06577921 (47 worldwide citation)

A container tracking system comprises a dispatcher workstation with a graphical user interface and a database. These are used to track the whereabouts of shipping containers in a storage and transfer yard. A mobile unit in the yard is attached to container handling equipment and monitors the contain ...


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DuPont deceased Jacques, by Alain DuPont legal representative: Demountable deflector for shipping containers and the like. July 26, 1994: US05332280 (44 worldwide citation)

A air deflector for a shipping container comprises a plurality of panels and a supporting frame member, and interconnecting hooks. The panels are mountable onto, and demountable from the container easily by one person without necessitating the use of tools and when demounted are storable in a two di ...


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Kirkpatrick Alan D, Warll Ronald T: Cylinder cover fastening devices. October 16, 1973: US3765329 (42 worldwide citation)

A positive locking releasable fastening device is provided which is particularly well adapted for use in installing a blanket on a cylinder without leaving a void where the ends of the blanket meet. The device features a two-part, 'snap-in' construction comprising self-holding interfitting male and ...


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John W Peel, Tell A Gates, Thomas R Topping: Container tracking system. Global Statistics, Manelli Denison & Selter PLLC, Dan Fiul, January 29, 2008: US07323981 (41 worldwide citation)

Shipping containers are networked for transferring data between the shipping containers. The shipping containers include sensors for detecting hazardous conditions associated with the shipping containers. The hazardous condition sensed by any shipping container on a ship is transmitted through the n ...


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John I Alioto, Matthew T Alioto: Container crane radiation detection systems and methods. VeriTainer Corporation, A T Cascio, July 27, 2004: US06768421 (40 worldwide citation)

A container crane assembly is operable to lift shipping containers for transfer between a dock and a ship transporting the containers. Typically, the container crane includes a hoist attachment which engages the shipping container. A fissile or radioactive material detection device may be mounted to ...


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C James Galley III, Robert M Magown: Reusable self contained electronic device providing in-transit cargo visibility. Navitag Technologies, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, December 13, 2005: US06975224 (39 worldwide citation)

A tracking and security device that is self-contained, portable and easily secured to a shipping container. Since the unit can be easily attached and removed from a container and is relatively inexpensive to produce, the unit can be purchased and controlled by the owners of cargo, rather than the tr ...


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Paul J Bjorkholm: X-ray inspection apparatus. EG&G Astrophysics, Peter J Manus Esq, June 29, 1999: US05917880 (38 worldwide citation)

An apparatus particularly suited to the inspection of carp in trucks, shipping containers and the like uses a beam of high energy x-rays, e.g., in the order of 8 Mev. A first detector is aligned with the beam to detect x-rays that have passed directly through the cargo. A second detector, located ad ...



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