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1. (CA2613994) IMPROVED CUTTING ELEMENT FOR SEALING MACHINE

Office : Canada
Application Number: 2613994 Application Date: 31.05.2006
Publication Number: 2613994 Publication Date: 18.01.2007
Grant Number: Grant Date: 01.02.2011
Publication Kind : C
Prior PCT appl.: Application Number:US2006021101 ; Publication Number: Click to see the data
IPC:
B32B 38/04
B PERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
32
LAYERED PRODUCTS
B
LAYERED PRODUCTS, i.e. PRODUCTS BUILT-UP OF STRATA OF FLAT OR NON-FLAT, e.g. CELLULAR OR HONEYCOMB, FORM
38
Ancillary operations in connection with laminating processes
04
Punching, slitting or perforating
CPC:
B26D 1/025
B26D 1/0006
B26D 7/10
B26D 7/2628
B26D 2001/006
B29C 65/18
B29C 65/305
B29C 65/7439
B29C 65/7873
B29C 66/1122
B29C 66/133
B29C 66/4312
B29C 66/4322
B29C 66/73921
B29C 66/80
B29C 66/8122
B29C 66/81261
B29C 66/8167
B29C 66/8182
B29C 66/81821
B29C 66/8242
B29C 66/8246
B29C 66/83221
B29C 66/83423
B29C 66/836
B29C 66/849
B29C 66/91212
B29C 66/91231
B29C 66/91421
B29C 66/91431
B29C 66/9161
B29C 66/961
B65B 9/073
B65B 51/18
B65B 61/005
Y10T 156/1054
Y10T 156/108
Y10T 156/1084
Y10T 156/1313
Applicants: SHANKLIN CORPORATION
Inventors: KING, FRANCIS X., JR.
SMITH, MITCHELL W.
VAN, JONATHAN
CHRISMAN, KENNETH
Priority Data: 11/176,759 07.07.2005 US
Title: (EN) IMPROVED CUTTING ELEMENT FOR SEALING MACHINE
(FR) ELEMENT COUPANT AMELIORE POUR MACHINE A SCELLER
Abstract: front page image
(EN) The present invention describes a blade assembly for use with side-sealing and lap-sealing machines, which are used to seal thermoplastic film. Briefly, the cutting element is oval in shape, and has its entire outer edge profiled. This provides four distinct cutting surfaces, depending on the mounting orientation of the cutting element in the machine. This cutting element is held against a heating block, and its temperature is continuously monitored by' a temperature sensor. The sensor is spring-loaded to insure solid contact with the cutting element, and thus, accurate temperature measurements. This entire assembly is then encased in insulation. Additionally, the cutting element is mounted on an adjustable platform, which permits vertical adjustments relative to the film. Thus, the specific portion of the cutting element which actually engages the film can be adjusted to improve the cutting quality or further extend the useful life of the cutting element.


Also published as:
NZ564314MXMX/a/2007/015826KR1020080030084EP1912793JP2008544929AU2006269670
MYPI 20063213WO/2007/008306