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Mail Sack Damage Protection System

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000081039D
Original Publication Date: 1974-Mar-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-27
Document File: 2 page(s) / 41K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Cox, RE: AUTHOR

Abstract

The system as depicted schematically, herein, is a mail sack with shock insulating and damage resistance lining 16. Standard mail sack 10 having eyelets 12 is fitted with eyelet 14 for retaining liner 16 to sack 10. The open end of liner 16 is fitted with eyelets 18. Each eyelet 18 is aligned with a similar eyelet 12 so that sack string 20 can be threaded through aligned eyelets 12, 18 and connected to sack locking latch 24, thereby closing mail sack 10 and liner 16.

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Mail Sack Damage Protection System

The system as depicted schematically, herein, is a mail sack with shock insulating and damage resistance lining 16. Standard mail sack 10 having eyelets 12 is fitted with eyelet 14 for retaining liner 16 to sack 10. The open end of liner 16 is fitted with eyelets 18. Each eyelet 18 is aligned with a similar eyelet 12 so that sack string 20 can be threaded through aligned eyelets 12, 18 and connected to sack locking latch 24, thereby closing mail sack 10 and liner 16.

With this arrangement liner 16 forms a buffer zone protecting the contents of mail sack 10.

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