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SELF-SEALING CONTAINER

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000026674D
Original Publication Date: 1993-Apr-30
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2004-Apr-06
Document File: 2 page(s) / 63K

Publishing Venue

Xerox Disclosure Journal

Abstract

The disclosed invention, shown in Figure 1, is a self-sealing container 1 which provides a convenient method to transport, store and dispense materials (especially sheet materials 7) requiring protection from moisture ingress or exposure to light.

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XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

SELF-SEALING CONTAINER Proposed Classification
C.
J. Pensen U.S. C1.229/100

Int. C1. B65d 05/00

FIG. I

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SELF-SEALING CONTAINER (Cont'd)

The disclosed invention, shown in Figure 1, is a self-sealing container 1 which provides a convenient method to transport, store and dispense materials (especially sheet materials 7) requiring protection from moisture ingress or exposure to light.

The self-sealing container 1 comprises a polyethylene bag 2 which has one face 3 secured (by sticking along X. . .X) to an end-flap 4 of a slide-out tra 5 of the container 1. The container 1 is of the kind which has a tray 5 that sgdes into and out of an outer sleeve 6. Paper sheets 7 are contained within the ba 2, and after use the end fla 4 of the tray 5 is closed over the stack of sheets 7 before

contents 7.

the tra 5 is slid bac l into the sleeve 6. As the flap 4 is closed over the sheets 7, the en

B of the bag 2 is folded over and retained in place, thereby sealing the

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