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NO.:1392  Date:2010-9-11

A plastic bag comprises first and second opposing panels, a reclosable zipper, and a slider. The first and second opposing panels are fixedly connected to each other along a pair of sides and a bottom bridging the pair of sides.


The reclosable zipper extends along a mouth formed opposite the bottom. The zipper includes a first track with a first profile and a second track with a second profile. The first and second profiles are releasably engageable to each other. The slider is slidably mounted to the zipper for movement between a closed position and an open position.


The first and second profiles are engaged to each other while the slider is in the closed position, and the first and second profiles are disengaged from each other in response to movement of the slider from the closed position to the open position. To prevent the slider from going past the ends of the zipper and to provide adequate end strength that resists stresses applied to the profiles during normal use of the bag, end terminations in the form of posts pass through the male and female tracks adjacent to the ends of the zipper. To retain the posts on the zipper, each of the posts includes enlarged heads at its opposing ends.


In a reclosable plastic bag including first and second opposing panels fixedly connected to each other along a pair of sides and a bottom bridging said pair of sides; a reclosable zipper extending along a mouth formed opposite said bottom, said zipper including a first track with a first profile and a second track with a second profile, said first and second profiles being releasably engageable to each other; and a slider slidably mounted to said zipper for movement between a closed position and an open position, said first and second profiles being engaged to each other while said slider is in said closed position, said first and second profiles being disengaged from each other in response to movement of said slider from said closed position to said open position.


A reclosable plastic bag typically includes first and second opposing panels fixedly connected to each other along a pair of sides and a bottom bridging the pair of sides. The first and second panels are not fixedly connected along a mouth which is formed opposite to the sealed bottom. Rather, the bag is provided with a reclosable zipper extending along the mouth of the plastic bag. The zipper includes a male track and a female track. In reclosable plastic bags of the type disclosed in U.S. Pat. No. 5,067,208 utilizing a slider to open the zipper, the male track typically includes a male profile and a first fin extending downward from the male profile. Likewise, the female track in such bags with sliders includes a female profile and a second fin extending downward from the female profile. The first and second fins are thermally fused to the inner surfaces of the respective first and second panels.


The male and female tracks are typically free of any plastic material above the male and female profiles in order to permit proper mounting and movement of the slider. The male and female profiles are releasably engageable to each other. When the slider is in a closed position, the male and female profiles are interlocked with each other. In response to moving the slider to an open position, the male and female profiles are disengaged from each other. Once the male and female profiles are disengaged from each other, access to the interior of the bag may be obtained by pulling the first and second panels apart at the mouth.


A slider is slidably mounted to the zipper for movement between a closed position and an open position. The male and female profiles are engaged to each other while the slider is in the closed position. The male and female profiles are disengaged from each other in response to movement of the slider to the open position.


To prevent the slider from going past the ends of the zipper and to provide adequate end strength that resists stresses applied to the profiles during normal use of the bag, end terminations in the form of posts pass through the male and female tracks adjacent to the ends of the zipper. The posts may be inserted through either the profiles or fins of the zipper. To retain the posts on the zipper, each of the posts includes enlarged heads at its opposing ends. These enlarged heads may be formed by pressure, heat, or ultrasonic melting.

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