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Number: 220/DIG.11
Name: Receptacles > Materials

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6361055 Cryogenic composite tank seals Mar. 26, 2002
5972446 Polyester bottle and method of removing adsorbates on the bottle Oct. 26, 1999
5884798 Container including main body and closure part formed as one piece from same material at same time Mar. 23, 1999
5814383 Containers with improved crease-crack resistance Sep. 29, 1998
5804512 Nonwoven laminate fabrics and processes of making same Sep. 8, 1998
5650204 Polyester bottle and method of removing adsorbates on the bottle Jul. 22, 1997
4904520 Gas-permeable, liquid-impermeable nonwoven material Feb. 27, 1990
4657804 Fusible fiber/microfine fiber laminate Apr. 14, 1987
4631225 Rubberized fabric Dec. 23, 1986
4629651 Two phase hardy fabric finish Dec. 16, 1986
4126243 Tank floating roof seal Nov. 21, 1978
4099618 Protective container for font disc segments Jul. 11, 1978
4035201 Method of making a container including an aluminum panel having a portion removable by tearing Jul. 12, 1977

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