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David Zurlinden Phones & Addresses

  • Monterey, CA
  • 90 Ford Rd, Carmel Valley, CA 93924 (831) 659-1850 (831) 659-5199
  • Salinas, CA
  • 90 Ford Rd, Carmel Valley, CA 93924 (831) 224-5055

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Position: Professional/Technical

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

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Resumes

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Western Us Sales Manager

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Location:
Monterey, CA
Work:
Ica Usa Packaging Machines
Western Us Sales Manager
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David Zurlinden

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Location:
Monterey, CA

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
David Paul Zurlinden
President
Pro Pack Systems Inc
Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing · Mfg Packaging Machinery
1354 Dayton St #A, Salinas, CA 93901
2151 San Vito Cir, Monterey, CA 93940
(831) 771-1300
David Paul Zurlinden
President
WAX LOCK SYSTEMS, INC
1354-T Dayton St, Salinas, CA 93901
1354 Dayton St, Salinas, CA 93901
David Paul Zurlinden
Managing
Pro Works Engineering, LLC
Mfr'r/Supplier of Aftermarket Automotive · Engineering Services
1354 Dayton St, Salinas, CA 93901

Publications

Us Patents

Bottle Sealing Method And Apparatus

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US Patent:
6349524, Feb 26, 2002
Filed:
Jan 11, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/480917
Inventors:
David Paul Zurlinden - Carmel Valley CA
David Marc Zurlinden - Carmel Valley CA
Malcolm Yuill-Thornton - Cotati CA
Assignee:
Patented Innovations, LLC - Cotati CA
International Classification:
B65B 6100
US Classification:
53423, 53420, 53489, 53264
Abstract:
An embossed seal is formed in a cavity in the neck of a corked bottle over a cork using a die having a die surface with a die image. A first molten seal material is introduced into a die cavity. The die cavity is formed in part with the die surface. The introduction of the first molten seal material deposits an embossed seal portion with an embossed surface. The embossed seal portion is allowed to cool. A second molten seal material is introduced into the cavity of the neck of the corked bottle. The embossed seal portion is brought into contact with the molten seal material in the bottle cavity with the embossed surface disposed on top facing away from the molten seal material. The molten seal material partially melts the embossed seal portion to form a single seal upon cooling. The embossed seal portion is sufficiently cooled and solidified to prevent melting and damage of the embossed surface. An automated apparatus is provided for carrying out the two-stage procedure of forming the seal to produce high quality embossed seals at an economically desirable rate.

Method Of Forming A Seal Over A Cork In A Necked Bottle

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US Patent:
6655115, Dec 2, 2003
Filed:
Nov 2, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/705459
Inventors:
David Paul Zurlinden - Carmel Valley CA
David Marc Zurlinden - Carmel Valley CA
Malcolm Yuill-Thornton - Cotati CA
Assignee:
Patented Innovations, LLC - Cotati CA
International Classification:
B67B 500
US Classification:
53484, 53485, 53487, 53359, 53328
Abstract:
An apparatus and an automated method are disclosed by which embossed seals are created in the necks of corked bottles. A die is employed with an image bearing die surface. The bottle moves along an automated bottle track. Molten seal material is introduced into the cavity above the cork in the neck of the bottle. The image bearing surface of the seal embossing mechanism is superimposed over the mouth of the bottle containing the molten seal material. The seal embossing mechanism is centered relative to the top of the bottle. The die surface is extended from the seal embossing mechanism into contact with the surface of the molten seal material. The mechanism is motivated along an automated seal track coincident with the movement of the bottle along the automated bottle track with the image bearing die surface in contact with the molten seal material until the material has cooled so that the die impression will be retained by the sealing material. The image bearing die surface is then retracted.

Bottle Sealing Apparatus

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US Patent:
62057448, Mar 27, 2001
Filed:
Aug 27, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/384904
Inventors:
David Paul Zurlinden - Carmel Valley CA
David Marc Zurlinden - Carmel Valley CA
Malcolm Yuill-Thornton - Cotati CA
Assignee:
Patented Innovations LLC - Cotati CA
International Classification:
B67B3/10
US Classification:
53341
Abstract:
An embossed seal is formed in a cavity in the neck of a corked bottle over a cork using a die having a die surface with a die image. A first molten seal material is introduced into a die cavity. The die cavity is formed in part with the die surface. The introduction of the first molten seal material deposits an embossed seal portion with an embossed surface. The embossed seal portion is allowed to cool. A second molten seal material is introduced into the cavity of the neck of the corked bottle. The embossed seal portion is brought into contact with the molten seal material in the bottle cavity with the embossed surface disposed on top facing away from the molten seal material. The molten seal material partially melts the embossed seal portion to form a single seal upon cooling. The embossed seal portion is sufficiently cooled and solidified to prevent melting and damage of the embossed surface. An automated apparatus is provided for carrying out the two-stage procedure of forming the seal to produce high quality embossed seals at an economically desirable rate.
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