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Medical records reinforcements strips

Medical records reinforcements strips

The die cut waste circles were removed from the laminate with an air eject rotary die and the vacuum removal method. Year of fee payment : 4. The preferred pressure sensitive adhesive for Medcial reinforcement device comprises latex rubber polymers and tactifying resins. EPA2 en. Dimensioning the strip as described thus Medical records reinforcements strips the rdcords surface of the strip from being exposed when the reinforcement strip is positioned in overlying relationship with the mounting holes in the paper. Also, the use of reinforcement tape having backing paper Medical records reinforcements strips special dispensers. Preferably, the acrylic polymer also contains styrene. Comments Required.

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Search ID: CX The top coat is preferably applied to the Medical records reinforcements strips strip by roller. A reinforcement strip 30 is positioned along the top W of sheet 10 and has five equally spaced holes 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35 spaced a distance "D" of 1. Medical Records cartoon 19 of Medical Records cartoon 12 of Institutional records are subject Mediacl a lot of wear and tear, thus often requiring reinforcement. The Medical records reinforcements strips strip can also be dispensed Alice amato model the aid of a dispenser by manually tearing the Medical records reinforcements strips strip off the roll at the perforations or by simply cutting it. As best illustrated in FIG. In order to transfer the adhesive to the reinforcement strip, the release liner is laminated to the reinforcement strip by roller means such that the adhesive layer is between the liner and the strip. Suitable materials generally include polyethylene, polyester, acetates and polystyrene having tensile Meical from about 40 to about psi, preferably around 70 psi. One commonly used reinforcement device consists of ring-shaped pieces of fabric or plastic, coated with adhesive on the mounting side, that are individually positioned around each mounting hole to strengthen the surrounding paper material. Search ID: iven CA CAA1 en

This invention relates in general to reinforcement for loose leaf sheets and particularly to backing-free pressure sensitive adhesive reinforcement tape for removable record sheets and the like.

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  • This invention relates in general to reinforcement for loose leaf sheets and particularly to backing-free pressure sensitive adhesive reinforcement tape for removable record sheets and the like.

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Save the trouble and expense of transferring materials and throwing away good file folders, pockets, and jackets. Strips are self-adhesive and easy to install. Current Stock:. Quantity: Decrease Quantity: Increase Quantity:. Bulk Orders. Thank you in advance! Labels can be pre-applied before installation of strip. Reviews Write a Review Thank you, we value your input!

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Quantity: Decrease Quantity: Increase Quantity:. FILE There are also specially manufactured reinforced loose leaf sheets having plastic material or metal joined along the mounting edge of the sheet and incorporating mounting holes therein. Call Us 1. Preferably the non-stick surface consists of a silicone-treated material. It may be transparent or opaque and may be selected from any number of colors to assist in the immediate identification of documents, or to designate particular sizes or hole configurations of the strips.

Medical records reinforcements strips

Medical records reinforcements strips

Medical records reinforcements strips

Medical records reinforcements strips

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Search ID: sgen Medical Records cartoon 9 of Electronic records will prolong consultations Artist: Fran. Medical Records cartoon 10 of Search ID: rmon One commonly used reinforcement device consists of ring-shaped pieces of fabric or plastic, coated with adhesive on the mounting side, that are individually positioned around each mounting hole to strengthen the surrounding paper material.

These rings are difficult to align around the mounting hole and readily fall off the paper surrounding the mounting hole. There are also specially manufactured reinforced loose leaf sheets having plastic material or metal joined along the mounting edge of the sheet and incorporating mounting holes therein.

These special devices are very expensive, and consequently not widely used. In addition, pressure sensitive reinforcement tape has been used for reinforcing loose leaf sheets. This reinforcement tape is dispensed on a backing paper strip which includes a non-stick surface to which the adhesive side of the individual pre-cut reinforcement tapes are removably adhered.

The backing paper is necessary to prevent the adhesive side of the reinforcement tape from adhering to the non-adhesive side of the tape. The tapes and the backing paper are coiled into a roll and placed within a dispensing box through which one end of the roll emerges.

If the reinforcement tape of the ' patent is rolled without the backing paper, it cannot be dispensed without leaving a sticky residue on the non-adhesive side of the tape. In addition, removal of the backing paper from the reinforcement tape is difficult and time consuming. Also, the use of reinforcement tape having backing paper requires special dispensers.

Accordingly, it is an object of the present invention to provide an economical reinforcement device for loose leaf sheets which does not have a backing strip, is easy to apply, and remains affixed to the loose leaf sheets. An additional object of the present invention is to provide a reinforcement device for loose leaf records which may be readily dispensed by conventional tape dispensing means.

A further object of the invention is to provide a backing-free reinforcement device for loose leaf records that will support the weight of the loose leaf binder without tearing the reinforcement device.

The present invention overcomes the deficiencies in prior loose leaf reinforcement devices by providing a reinforcement strip comprising a thin plastic strip having sufficient strength to support the approximate weight of a loose leaf binder, one side of the plastic strip having a pressure sensitive adhesive layer applied thereto and the other side of the plastic strip having an adhesive-repellant coating applied thereto.

The present invention also provides a method for making the reinforcement strip of the present invention comprising, in its preferred form, a applying a layer of pressure sensitive adhesive on a release liner; b curing the adhesive layer by heating; c cooling the adhesive layer; d laminating the release liner and a thin plastic strip together such that the adhesive layer is transferred to the plastic strip; e applying a adhesive-repellant coating to the other side of the plastic strip; f punching holes in or scoring or perforating the strip in a particular desired configuration; and g delaminating the release liner from the plastic strip.

Referring to FIG. Strip 12 includes a plurality of centrally disposed non-uniformly spaced holes therealong, each of a diameter equal to or slightly greater than the corresponding diameter of the pre-punched mounting holes along the edge of sheet For the purpose of description, sheet 10 is assumed to have three mounting holes along its left hand edge corresponding to holes 14, 20 and 26 in strip As indicated by the dimension lines, the distance between hole 14 and hole 20 is "A" as is the distance between hole 20 and hole The distance "A" is selected to correspond to the standard three-hole mounting arrangement for ring binders, namely 4.

Holes 14, 20 and 26 are indicated by heavy lines to illustrate that they overlie corresponding mounting holes in sheet Strip 12 also includes additional holes 16, 18, 22 and 24 spaced apartly distances selected to conform to different standard mounting hole and ring binder configurations. Thus the distance "B" between holes 14 and 16 and between holes 24 and 26 equal to 2. The configuration of holes 14, 16, 20, 24, and 26 corresponds to the hole spacing in a standard five-hole ring binder.

Similarly, the distance between holes 18 and 24, indicated by "C" is 2. It will be appreciated that for the three-hole mounting arrangement for sheet 10 illustrated, holes 16, 18, 22 and 24 in strip 12 do not correspond to any holes in sheet In FIG. A reinforcement strip 30 is positioned along the top W of sheet 10 and has five equally spaced holes 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35 spaced a distance "D" of 1.

As best illustrated in FIG. The reinforcement strip, therefore, does not overlap the sheet in any way. Dimensioning the strip as described thus precludes the adhesive surface of the strip from being exposed when the reinforcement strip is positioned in overlying relationship with the mounting holes in the paper. In other words, the strip is configured such that it never extends beyond the confines of the sheet to expose the adhesive surface to other sheets or objects.

As illustrated, D1 is the pre-punched mounting hole center-to-paper edge distance, D2 is the hole center-to-edge distance of the strip, D3 is the difference between D1 and D2, and D4 is the distance between the end of the strip and the closest adjacent edge of the sheet. Distances D3 and D4 provide margins for precluding the adhesive side of the strip from being exposed to other sheets or objects. The reinforcement strip may be packaged in a number of ways, preferably in the form of a roll containing a continuous strip or a plurality of pre-separated or scored reinforcement strips as illustrated in FIG.

The strips thus form a continuous spiral, separated by perforations or scoring 42 so that they may be separated to enable a single reinforcement strip to be removed from the roll Markings 43 identify to the user where the beginning of the reinforcement strip 14 is located. Different reinforcement strip configurations are required for top and side mounting hole reinforcement and for different paper sizes. While the packaging configuration illustrated is presently preferred, other packaging arrangements will readily suggest themselves to those of ordinary skill in the art.

The preferred process for producing a reinforcement device of the present invention is illustrated in FIG. In general, it comprises the steps of a applying a layer of pressure sensitive adhesive on a release liner; b curing the adhesive layer by heating; c cooling the adhesive layer; d laminating the release liner and a thin plastic strip together such that the adhesive layer is transferred to one side of the plastic strip; e applying markings to the strip; f applying an adhesive-repellant coating to the other side of the plastic strip; g punching holes and perforations or scoring in the desired configuration; h delaminating the release liner from the plastic strip; and i spooling the strip onto a roll.

The release liner used to produce the reinforcement strip of the present invention is typically any material having at least one non-stick surface. Preferably the non-stick surface consists of a silicone-treated material. The initial preferred width is 27 inches and the preferred thickness is 0.

This material is preferred because of its relatively low cost and the ability to achieve a good laydown of adhesive on its silicone coated surface. It may be transparent or opaque and may be selected from any number of colors to assist in the immediate identification of documents, or to designate particular sizes or hole configurations of the strips.

Suitable materials generally include polyethylene, polyester, acetates and polystyrene having tensile strengths from about 40 to about psi, preferably around 70 psi. The plastic strip has a thickness of from about 0. The preferred plastic strip material is a 0. The preferred pressure sensitive adhesive for the reinforcement device comprises latex rubber polymers and tactifying resins.

The adhesive is applied to the non-stick coated side of the release liner, preferably by a roller means in order to achieve a consistent laydown of the adhesive on the liner. The adhesive is applied in an amount sufficient to allow the reinforcement strip to which the adhesive is subsequently transferred to remain firmly affixed to a loose leaf sheet, preferably from about 15 to about 25 lbs of adhesive per roll of liner 27 inches wide, 23, lineal ft. In order to transfer the adhesive to the reinforcement strip, the release liner is laminated to the reinforcement strip by roller means such that the adhesive layer is between the liner and the strip.

Preferably, the adhesive-repellant coating comprises a primer coat which is applied to the nonadhesive-containing side of the reinforcing strip. The primer coat typically contains a acrylic polymer and a carrier. Preferably, the acrylic polymer also contains styrene.

Johnson Wax. The carrier component of the primer coat assists in the ease and consistency of application of the acrylic polymer to the plastic strip. It comprises a mixture of alcohol and water to control the rate of evaporation of the carrier from the resin material. Typical carriers include alcohols such as ethyl and isopropyl alcohol, water, and mixtures thereof.

The primer is applied, preferably by roller means, to the plastic strip. After its application, the carrier is removed preferably by evaporation, leaving primarily the acrylic polymer on the plastic strip.

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Medical records reinforcements strips

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