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Daniel A Pharo: Inflatable package insert. Donald S Dowden, August 29, 1995: US05445274 (26 worldwide citation)

An improved packaging system comprises several modifications of an inflatable package utilizing pressurized air to protect and cushion products for shipment. The improvements consist of novel flexible pouches, designed to fit corrugated shipping cartons, wooden crates and steel of molded plastic shi ...


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Keith E Bradway, Richard F Rudolph: Starch treated high crush linerboard and medium. Union Camp Corporation, William K Wissing, September 7, 1993: US05242545 (26 worldwide citation)

Paper suitable for use in corrugated shipping containers is provided. Medium paper of this invention has a basis weight of at least about 15 pounds and a relatively high cross-direction crush resistance typically exceeding 2.4 pounds force per six inches width per unit base weight of the oven-dried ...


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Powell Joseph L: Document sending device.. Powell Joseph L, February 26, 1986: EP0172234-A1 (25 worldwide citation)

Document sending device or system wherein the message bearing (12) contains specific locations (20, 22) for placing information regarding at least first and second addressees. A document container or envelope (10) reveives the message bearing document and it has at least first and second windows (18 ...


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Donna L Retallick, Kelly M Maher: Container, system and process for shipping and storing food products and method for recycling shipping and storage containers. Campbell Soup Company, Baker Botts L, February 20, 2001: US06189330 (24 worldwide citation)

A container for shipping and storing food products in two separate chambers has an outer casing enclosing a temperature controlled container fabricated from an insulating material. The temperature controlled container includes a lid and a base. The base has a base chamber including several ventilati ...


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Richard D Dixon: Pull type fastener and fastening system for constructing articles such as shipping containers and the like. Huck Manufacturing Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, October 7, 1986: US04615655 (24 worldwide citation)

A fastener for securing workpieces having aligned bores and including a tubular sleeve and a pin with the sleeve having an elongated sleeve shank and a through bore and the pin having an enlarged pin head and an elongated pin shank, the pin shank having a retaining groove and a lock groove located p ...


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Harold E Gramse, Richard E Jamrozy, James M Wilczynski: Railroad container transporting car of increased weight carrying capacity. Thrall Car Manufacturing Company, Marshall O Toole Gerstein Murray & Bicknell, June 27, 1989: US04841876 (24 worldwide citation)

A railroad car for transporting horizontal shipping containers, the car having a novel stub center sill extending from a coupler to the end wall of a well portion capable of receiving one or more shipping containers, (2) a reinforcement assembly from the coupler to the end sill, (3) a reinforcement ...


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Thomas G Malone, David B McKinney: Inflatable insulating liners for shipping containers and method of manufacture. Cargo Technology, John C Lambertsen, Kenehan & Lambertsen, June 29, 2004: US06755568 (23 worldwide citation)

An inflatable insulating panel consisting of a plurality of sheetform polyolefin layers, and its manner of fabrication, is provided. An outer peripheral seal forms an inflatable panel, with an intermediate interconnected web of layers formed out of an array of alternating seams of attachment between ...


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Douglas M Smith, Kevin H Roderick: Temperature-controlled shipping container and method for using same. Nanopore, Marsh Fischmann & Breyfogle, July 1, 2003: US06584797 (23 worldwide citation)

A temperature-controlled container utilizing a sorption cooling unit to maintain the temperature within the container. The sorption cooling unit cools the interior of the container and rejects waste heat to the exterior. The sorption cooling unit provides a lightweight and low volume alternative to ...


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George E Klett: Absorbent packet. United Catalysts Desiccants, Scott R Cox, June 30, 1998: US05773105 (22 worldwide citation)

An absorbent packet for absorbing water vapor. The absorbent packet comprises a gas permeable, multi-layered packaging material which absorbs water vapor, but does not permit liquid water within the packet from flowing back through the packaging material, wherein the packaging material preferably co ...


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Carl D Emilio, Parvez Mansuri, Rajesh P Kaikini, Joseph Saturnia: Apparatus and method for detecting weapons of mass destruction. Cargo Sentry, Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, February 14, 2006: US06998617 (22 worldwide citation)

An apparatus, which may have an adjustable length, and system for detecting items, such as weapons of mass destruction, in cargo shipping containers or other types of containers. The apparatus comprises one or more detection means and can be releasably secured to a container handling means, such as ...



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