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Bernard R Juskie

from Apopka, FL
Age ~89

Bernard Juskie Phones & Addresses

  • 1531 Solway Ct, Apopka, FL 32712 (407) 880-2555 (407) 880-2566
  • Orlando, FL
  • Dayton, OH
  • Maitland, FL
  • Oak Forest, IL
  • 1531 Solway Ct, Apopka, FL 32712 (407) 353-4040

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Position: Retired

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

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Apparatus And Method For Packaging Groups Of Articles

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US Patent:
51759802, Jan 5, 1993
Filed:
May 14, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/699897
Inventors:
Wayne T. Chiappe - Hinsdale IL
Larry R. Ambrose - Apopka FL
Donald P. Dalmon - Winter Park FL
Bernard R. Juskie - Apopka FL
Raymond E. Godwin - Orlando FL
Assignee:
Sardee Industries, Inc. - Alsip IL
International Classification:
B65B 3540
B65B 913
B65B 914
B65B 708
US Classification:
53500
Abstract:
An apparatus for packaging articles, such as can ends, in a sleeve drawn from a roll of continuous sleeve material is described. Means are disclosed for feeding the can ends to a packaging location, for segregating the can ends into package-size groups and for inserting the groups into the sleeves. The machine further includes means for feeding the sleeve material to the packaging location, means for retaining the sleeve material at the packaging location and means for clamping and severing the sleeve material to form an individual sleeve. Means for forming and sealing end-flaps on the contents containing sleeve is also disclosed.

Apparatus And Method For Packaging Groups Of Articles

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US Patent:
50164201, May 21, 1991
Filed:
Dec 8, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/449311
Inventors:
Wayne T. Chiappe - Hinsdale IL
Larry R. Ambrose - Apopka FL
Donald P. Dalmon - Winter Park FL
Bernard R. Juskie - Apopka FL
Raymond E. Godwin - Orlando FL
Assignee:
Sardee Industries, Inc. - Alsip IL
International Classification:
B65B 913
B65B 914
B65B 708
B65B 3540
US Classification:
531381
Abstract:
Disclosed is a machine for packaging articles, such as can ends, in a sleeve drawn from a roll of continuous sleeve material. Means are disclosed for feeding the can ends to a packaging location, for segregating the can ends into package-size groups and for inserting the groups into the sleeves. The machine further includes means for feeding the sleeve material to the packaging location, means for retaining the sleeve material at the packaging location and means for heating and severing the sleeve material to form an individual sleeve. Means for forming and sealing end-flaps on the contents containing sleeve is also disclosed.
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