Special receptacle or package – Shock protection type – Inflated retainer
383 3, B65D 8103
An improved packaging system comprises several modifications of an inflatable package utilizing pressurized air to protect and cushion products for shipment. The improvements consist of novel flexible pouches, designed to fit corrugated shipping cartons, wooden crates and steel of molded plastic shipping containers. The product is inserted or placed within the perimeters of a support means such as a carton or box and pressurized air is injected into adjacent compartments in the bag to suspend or hold a product in a protected manner.
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