Microwaving: Webster's Facts and Phrases
Nonfiction Usage Patent UsageFlat pack vacuum packed seafood package and process for producing microwaveable shrimp: Patented by Nicholas A. Guarino on November 6, 1996. Abstract: Packaging for shellfish and other seafood in which the product may be microwaved, including the use of pallet structure for positioning the product within the packaging to avoid penetration by shells, fish bones or fins of the plastic wrapping film to enable the product to be preserved by flat packing and vacuum sealing to be subsequently microwaved without rupture of the packaging until intentionally done at the completion of microwaving.High starch content dog chew: Patented by Glen S. Axelrod on December 9, 1997. Abstract: A hardness modifiable edible dog chew produced by extruding a vegetable starch mixture into beads and then injection molding the beads into the shape of the dog chew. The mixture includes lecithin, calcium carbonate and optionally a dog attractant. The hardness of the dog chew can be varied by subjecting it to expansion by microwaving .Method and Apparatus for Protection of Data on an Integrated Circuit by Using Memory Cells to Detect Tampering: Patented by Michael A. Epstein on December 7, 1998. Abstract: Memory elements are physically distributed throughout a smart card. Each of these memory elements has a preset value or preset programmable value. Before release of information, the preset value of each memory element is checked to determine if the smart card has been tampered with by such methods as radiating or microwaving the card. If tampering is detected, information is barred from being released.Method for sanitizing dental equipment using microwaves: Patented by Alan Scott Goldstein and Howard David Hutton on November 1, 2000. Abstract: A method by which dental equipment, such as dental scalers, can be sanitized using a detergent or treating composition containing a surfactant and a solvent such as water is disclosed. The method involves taking the used dental equipment and contacting it with the treating composition, and subjecting both the equipment and composition to microwaves. The composition foams during microwaving and/or immerses the equipment such that microwave arcing is avoided, and such that the dental equipment is sanitized.Microwavable single-serving meal container: Patented by Tommie R. Blackwell and Matthew Wallo on March 8, 1992. Abstract: A microwavable single-serving meal container comprising a microwavable meal tray containing a food product; and a microwavable polyurethane foam shell having a shape adapted to substantially conform to the shape of the meal tray, said foam shell enveloping the meal tray and thus the food product during microwaving of the food product to thereby retain microwave induced heat.MICROWAVE COOKING PACKAGE: Patented by John R. Fisher on December 1, 1987. Abstract: A package for microwaving heating or cooking a food item such as an egg roll, which requires surface browning or crispening, comprises a vented tray, a drapable, liquid permeable, microwave susceptive composite material, draped over the food item, and a film lid covering the tray and conformed to the shape of the food item.Microwaveable vacuum packed seafood package and process: Patented by Nicholas A. Guarino on November 6, 1996. Abstract: Packaging for seafood that may have been coated in sauce or marinated, including the optional use of pallet structure for positioning the product within the packaging to be vacuum sealed and flash frozen before being subsequently microwaved without rupture of the packaging until after microwaving.PACKAGING CARTON: Patented by William I. Kramer on October 1, 1990. Abstract: A carton for containing food suitable for microwaving, having a pair of spaced end walls coupled with a base, a top closure wall and a side wall for each end wall of the pair of end walls adapted to fit thereover, tear portions on each of the side walls for dividing thereof into first and second portions,
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