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Paul Chabria Phones & Addresses

  • Saint Charles, IL
  • West Chicago, IL
  • 33 Mare Barn Ln, Wayne, IL 60184 (630) 377-0995
  • 33533 Mare Barn Ln, Wayne, IL 60184 (630) 377-0995
  • 33W533 Mare Barn Ln, Wayne, IL 60184 (630) 377-0995
  • Marysville, OH
  • Kenton, OH
  • Dublin, OH

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Paul R. Chabria
President
Press A Light Corporation
Mfg Lighting Equipment
300 Industrial Dr, West Chicago, IL 60185
(630) 231-6566
Paul Chabria
President
Pressalite Corporation
Market Research · Lighting Equipment, NEC · Other Lighting Equip Mfg
300 Industrial Dr, West Chicago, IL 60185
(630) 231-4700, (630) 231-6566, (630) 231-6673

Publications

Us Patents

Flashlight

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US Patent:
7841736, Nov 30, 2010
Filed:
Feb 27, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/395030
Inventors:
Paul R. Chabria - Wayne IL, US
International Classification:
F21L 4/04
US Classification:
362201, 362189, 362205
Abstract:
A squeeze-activated flashlight including a holder configured to receive a lamp and one or more batteries, and a housing configured to receive the holder. The housing includes a resiliently flexible actuator member for activating the lamp.

Squeeze-Activated Flashlight

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US Patent:
60394560, Mar 21, 2000
Filed:
Jun 4, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/325949
Inventors:
Paul R. Chabria - Wayne IL
Assignee:
Press-A-Lite Corporation - West Chicago IL
International Classification:
F21L 400
US Classification:
362189
Abstract:
A squeeze-activated flashlight including a housing adapted to receive a first battery and a second battery. A lamp holder is attached to one end of the housing and is adapted to receive an illuminating lamp. An electrical switch including a resiliently flexible arm is electrically connected to the batteries and the lamp. A flexible jacket covers and encloses the electrical switch, housing and batteries and is adapted to be squeezed and pressed inwardly to resiliently bend the arm into electrical contact with the batteries and thereby illuminate the lamp. The housing and switch are adapted to be machine assembled.

Miniature Flashlight With Solderless Connections

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US Patent:
46444513, Feb 17, 1987
Filed:
Aug 14, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/765548
Inventors:
Paul R. Chabria - West Chicago IL
Assignee:
Press-A-Lite Corporation - West Chicago IL
International Classification:
F21L 700
US Classification:
362189
Abstract:
A miniature flashlight with solderless connections for electrical circuitry capable of illuminating a lamp by the squeezing of a flexible case holding said circuitry. The circuitry includes a spring switch arm capable of being depressed by squeezing said flexible case to achieve electrical communication between two batteries and complete the battery circuit in order to illuminate the lamp. The spring switch arm having a portion thereof in continuous contact with a positive terminal of one battery and having a portion being centrally hinged so that upon squeezing said flexible case the spring switch arm is limited in its bending to a portion between said hinge portion and a free end thereof to prevent inadvertent lighting of the lamp. The spring switch arm will slightly move against the positive terminal when pivoted whereby to self-clean the terminal during use. The batteries, lamp and spring switch arm are held by an insulative cartridge that holds the batteries in side-by-side relationship.

Pocket Flashlight

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US Patent:
D3110672, Oct 2, 1990
Filed:
Oct 18, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/259102
Inventors:
Paul R. Chabria - Wayne IL
Assignee:
Press-A-Lite Corporation - West Chicago IL
US Classification:
D26 46

Combined Greeting Card And Flashlight Gift Package

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US Patent:
52899179, Mar 1, 1994
Filed:
Apr 5, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/043035
Inventors:
Paul R. Chabria - Wayne IL
Assignee:
Press-A-Lite - West Chicago IL
International Classification:
B65D 6900
US Classification:
206232
Abstract:
A gift package containing a flashlight of the type that can be activated by pressing upon the front thereof is combined with a greeting card to provide an enhanced greeting. The combined unit is formed from a unitary blank die cut and scored for folding into a gift package on one side of a hinge fold and greeting card on the other side. A thermoformed gift holder may be arranged within the gift package for display of the gift through a framed window. The gift package gift therein may be arranged and displayed to constitute part of the greeting.

Gun For In Situ Formation Of Foam In Packages

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US Patent:
42628482, Apr 21, 1981
Filed:
Apr 7, 1980
Appl. No.:
6/137801
Inventors:
Paul R. Chabria - West Chicago IL
International Classification:
B05B 708
B05B 1502
US Classification:
239112
Abstract:
Foam forming liquid components and inert gas are directed by a gun in separate and discrete streams toward a common focal point just forward of the gun nozzle to effect mixing of the liquid components in space as the foaming plastic mass is directed into a container provided to receive and contain the foam product. Mixing of the liquid components within the gun which controls the flow is entirely avoided whereby the difficult problem of cleaning out reacted plastic material is entirely avoided even after long periods of non-use. In one technique, air is continuously mixed with each liquid component stream within the gun to provide frothy mixtures of liquid and air at the point of mixing of the reacting streams. A flexible extension of the nozzle may be used, if desired, to conduct the component liquids and air to a location some distance forwardly of the gun. Provision is made for air-purging the liquid component channels within the gun nozzle.

Method And Gun For In Situ Formation Of Foam In Packages

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US Patent:
44285302, Jan 31, 1984
Filed:
Dec 12, 1977
Appl. No.:
5/859553
Inventors:
Paul R. Chabria - West Chicago IL
International Classification:
B05B 1300
US Classification:
239 8
Abstract:
Foam forming liquid components and inert gas are directed by a gun in separate and discrete streams toward a common focal point just forward of the gun nozzle to effect mixing of the liquid components as the foaming plastic mass is directed into a container provided to receive and contain the foam product. Mixing of the liquid components within the gun which controls the flow is entirely avoided whereby the difficult problem of cleaning out reacted plastic material is entirely avoided even after long periods of non-use. In one technique, air is continuously mixed with each liquid component stream within the gun to provide frothy mixtures of liquid and air at the point of mixing of the reacting streams. A flexible extension of the nozzle may be used, if desired, to conduct the component liquids and air to a location some distance forwardly of the gun. Provision is made for air-purging the liquid component channels within the gun nozzle.

Multi-Purpose Miniature Flashlight Device

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US Patent:
46284184, Dec 9, 1986
Filed:
Feb 14, 1986
Appl. No.:
6/829314
Inventors:
Paul R. Chabria - West Chicago IL
Assignee:
Press-A-Lite Corporation - West Chicago IL
International Classification:
F21L 700
US Classification:
362116
Abstract:
A multi-purpose miniature pocket flashlight having a flexible case that contains a cartridge and lamp assembly. The cartridge is capable of holding a pair of batteries in association with a spring switch arm operable by squeezing the flexible casing to complete the electrical circuit and illuminate the lamp. The lamp and batteries are removable and replaceable by the provision of a removable cap means at either of the ends of said casing. The flashlight further includes a mounting magnet arranged within the case adjacent the cartridge whereby the flashlight may be magnetically secured against a metallic wall, for example. The invention also includes a bottom cap for said flexible casing that is designed to provide a watch chamber below said cartridge. The cap has a centrally open bottom wall that opens to said chamber. A watch means, having a casing shaped to nest within said watch chamber, is arranged therein so that its time display is positioned at said bottom wall opening to be visible from the bottom of the flashlight.
Paul R Chabria from Saint Charles, IL, age ~87 Get Report