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  • 5787 Canyon Ridge Dr, Painesville, OH 44077 (440) 352-1871
  • Novelty, OH
  • 5787 Canyon Ridge Dr, Painesville, OH 44077 (440) 725-4211

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Position: Sales/Service

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

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Gary Avalon

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Position:
Chief Operating Officer at Chemsultants International
Location:
Cleveland/Akron, Ohio Area
Industry:
Chemicals
Work:
Chemsultants International since Dec 2001
Chief Operating Officer
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Chief Operating Officer At Chemsultants International Inc.

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Location:
Cleveland/Akron, Ohio Area
Industry:
Chemicals

Business Records

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Company / Classification
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Gary Avalon
Chief Marketing Officer
Avery Dennison Corporation
Mfg Coated/Laminated Paper Mfg Adhesives/Sealants · Mfg Coated/Laminated Paper Mfg Unsupported Plastic Film/Sheet · Business Services at Non-Commercial Site
250 Chester St, Concord Township, OH 44077
(440) 358-3700, (440) 358-3408

Publications

Us Patents

Stretchable Mechanical/Adhesive Closure For A Disposable Diaper

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US Patent:
6419667, Jul 16, 2002
Filed:
Oct 9, 1998
Appl. No.:
09/101564
Inventors:
Gary A. Avalon - Painesville OH
William G. Hartman - North Royalton OH
Michael D. Hilston - Painesville OH
Karen L. Spilizewski - Euclid OH
David L. Savage - Painesville OH
Assignee:
Avery Dennison Corporation - Pasadena CA
International Classification:
A61F 1315
US Classification:
604391, 604389, 604386, 24442
Abstract:
A fastening system for releasably securing a diaper provides both mechanical and adhesive or cohesive securement. Tab members comprise a facestock layer, a contact layer of adhesive or cohesive overlying at least a portion of the facestock layer, and mechanical fastening elements projecting from at least a portion of the contact layer. The facestock layer includes extensible and substantially nonextensible polymeric portions. A landing member includes complementary mechanical fastening elements and a contact surface or cohesive for engagement with the tab adhesive or cohesive. A method is also disclosed for making the fastening system.

Z-Fold Diaper Fastener

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US Patent:
6524294, Feb 25, 2003
Filed:
Nov 25, 1998
Appl. No.:
09/101599
Inventors:
Michael D. Hilston - Painesville OH
Martin Smith - Los Angeles CA
Karen L. Spilizewski - Euclid OH
William G. Hartman - North Royalton OH
Gary A. Avalon - Painesville OH
David L. Savage - Painesville OH
Roger H. Mann - Carona del Mar CA
Linda Lin - Lyndhurst OH
Assignee:
Avery Dennison Corporation - Pasadena CA
International Classification:
A61F 1315
US Classification:
604386, 604387, 604389, 604390, 604391
Abstract:
Fastening systems for releasably securing two components together include tab and landing members. In a first arrangement, a Z-fold tab member has combined mechanical and adhesive engagement. A second arrangement includes adjacent adhesive and cohesive contact portions. A third arrangement contoured apertures and mechanical engaging elements. A fourth arrangement includes apertures and mechanical engaging elements sized and arranged so that each aperture receives a plurality of mechanical engaging elements. A fifth arrangement includes tab and landing members that cooperate to provide a color indicia of secure adhesive engagement.

Refastenable Adhesive Taping System

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US Patent:
5690628, Nov 25, 1997
Filed:
Jan 20, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/376284
Inventors:
Richard A. Huskey - Mentor OH
Carol A. Caldwell - Kirtland Hills OH
Gary A. Avalon - Painesville OH
Yung-Hsiang Huang - Appleton WI
Dave A. Soerens - Neenah WI
Ruth A. Lachapell - Menasha WI
Assignee:
Avery Dennison Corporation - Pasadena CA
International Classification:
A61F 1315
B32B 712
US Classification:
604390
Abstract:
A refastenable diaper is provided with a securing zone on the diaper outer cover of a peak strength of less than 2750 grams/inch. A refastenable adhesive taping system for the diaper includes an adhesive fastening tape comprising a flexible backing and a layer of pressure-sensitive adhesive permanently combined to said flexible backing and adapted to be applied to and released from the securing zone to fasten and open the diaper. The adhesive exhibits a 180. degree. peel adhesion of the tape to the securing zone that is less than the peak strength of the securing zone. The adhesive is selected to be within a specified rheological window, that is, have a maximum tan delta, or (tan delta). sub. max, of from 1. 5 to 2. 5 at 20. degree. C. , reached at a frequency, or (w). sub.

Release Films Formed By Coextrusion

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US Patent:
5700571, Dec 23, 1997
Filed:
Dec 22, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/173342
Inventors:
Daniel R. Logue - Upland CA
Piet T. Van Emmerik - Claremont CA
Roger H. Mann - Corona del Mar CA
Edward I. Sun - Alhambra CA
Gary A. Avalon - Painesville OH
Carol A. Caldwell - Kirtland Hills OH
Richard A. Huskey - Mentor OH
Assignee:
Avery Dennison Corporation - Pasadena CA
International Classification:
B32B 712
B32B 1504
A61F 1302
US Classification:
428352
Abstract:
A release liner providing a release surface which comprises a first olefin polymer film formed having dispersed therein by high shear mixing a release substance which is polyethyleneimine octadecyl carbamide, polyvinyl octadecyl carbamate or a mixture thereof, coextruded or cocast onto a film formed from a second olefin polymer. The release liner has particular utility in diaper tape application.

Cohesive Tape System

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US Patent:
5085655, Feb 4, 1992
Filed:
Jul 19, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/555297
Inventors:
Roger H. Mann - Carona Del Mar CA
Karl Joseph - Los Angeles CA
Gary A. Avalon - Painesville OH
Assignee:
Avery Dennison Corporation - Pasadena CA
International Classification:
A61F 1358
A61F 1360
A61F 1366
B32B 712
US Classification:
604389
Abstract:
Thermoplastic elastomers provide autoadhesive properties at room temperature having improved anti-blocking properties. The elastomers are substantially non-adhesive. The elastomers include physical cross-links which enable the elastomers to be formed as laminates with other polymeric materials by processing techniques involving application of heat.

Bandage For Sustained Delivery Of Drugs

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US Patent:
4655768, Apr 7, 1987
Filed:
Oct 15, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/788086
Inventors:
Nelda M. Marecki - Plainfield NJ
Gary A. Avalon - Painesville OH
Assignee:
Avery International Corporation - Pasadena CA
International Classification:
A61K 900
US Classification:
604897
Abstract:
A bandage for the transdermal or topical administration of a drug over an extended period of time comprising an impermeable backing sheet, a solid drug pellet on the backing sheet, and a layer of contact adhesive covering the pellet and backing sheet. In another form, the adhesive is carried by a web made of a non-woven or woven fabric. Control over the rate of dissolution of the solid drug can be achieved by varying the type of web fabric, the type of adhesive, and the thickness of the adhesive.
Gary A Avalon from Painesville, OH, age ~66 Get Report