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CN104869879A
CN104869879A CN 201280077759 CN201280077759A CN104869879A CN 104869879 A CN104869879 A CN 104869879A CN 201280077759 CN201280077759 CN 201280077759 CN 201280077759 A CN201280077759 A CN 201280077759A CN 104869879 A CN104869879 A CN 104869879A
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Abstract

The present invention relates to a package of web material for hygiene products, for use in a dispenser, comprising: a stack (1) comprising web material (2, 3) being folded about transverse folding lines (4), thereby providing panels having a length (L) along said folding lines, and a width (W) perpendicular to said folding lines, said panels being piled on top of each other to form a height (H) of said stack, such that said stack outlines a rectangular parallelepiped having said length (L), width (W) and height (H), and forming six outer surfaces, namely -a top and a bottom surface(5,6), being parallel to the panels of said stack (1), -two side surfaces (7,8), comprising the longitudinal edges of the web material (2,3), and -a front and a back surface (9,10), comprising the folded edges of the web material, and a wrapper (14) extending at least over said height direction (H), so as to maintain the integrity of the stack (1) during transport and storage thereof. The wrapper (14) comprises an opening feature for predetermined opening of the package, and said package is configured to be openable such that the wrapper (14) is removable from the integrity of the stack (1) while the stack (1) is resting on an outer surface (10) thereof.

Description

包括Z折叠幅材料堆叠的包装 Z comprises a folded web packaging material stack

技术领域 FIELD

[0001] 本发明涉及一种在分配器中使用的用于卫生产品的幅材料的包装,包括:堆叠,所述堆叠包括绕横向折叠线折叠从而提供具有沿所述折叠线的长度和垂直于所述折叠线的宽度的板片的幅材料,所述板片堆积在彼此顶部上以形成所述堆叠的高度;以及包套件,其沿所述高度方向延伸以便在堆叠的运输和存储期间保持所述堆叠的完整性。 [0001] The present invention relates to a packaging material web used in hygiene products for use in a dispenser, comprising: a stack comprising a folded about the transverse fold line to provide a length along vertical fold lines and in the sheet width of the material web fold lines, said sheet stacked on top of one another to form the height of the stack; and a sheathing, which extends along the height direction so as to remain stacked during transport and storage the integrity of the stack.

背景技术 Background technique

[0002] 带有幅材料例如纸巾、餐巾和类似卫生产品的分配器时常被用于公共厕所中,作为在盥洗室及其它装置中提供纸巾供应的便利方式。 [0002] with a web material such as paper towels, sanitary napkins, and similar products are often used in a dispenser in public toilets, a convenient way to provide a supply of paper towels and other devices in the bathroom. 带有幅材料的类似分配器被设置为供给用于物品擦拭例如用于清洁的卫生产品。 Similarly with the web material dispenser is provided to supply a wiping article for cleaning for example for hygiene products.

[0003] 幅材料可被设置为卷绕的幅或折叠幅的堆叠。 [0003] The web material may be provided as a web wound or folded web stacks. 卷经常是沉重的并且存在对于展开纸的摩擦和阻力。 Volume is often heavy and there is resistance to friction and to expand the paper. 此外,在擦巾被分配之后需要制动力来停止旋转。 Further, after dispensing wipes required braking force to stop the rotation. 因此,在这些卷内需要牢固的纸张以便承受这些力。 Thus, the need for a strong paper in the volumes to withstand these forces. 相反,以折叠堆叠布置的幅材料不需要具有通常与期望的柔软度特性不一致的大机械强度。 In contrast, the web material is folded in a stacked arrangement need not have generally inconsistent with the desired characteristics of softness large mechanical strength.

[0004] 公共厕所内的分配器时常设计有避免偷盗和浪费的仅可被服务员打开的锁。 [0004] The dispenser in public toilets are often designed with only be opened waiter lock avoid theft and waste. 因此,在下一次服务之前产品可能被用尽并且产品并非总是在必要时可供使用者获得。 Therefore, once the service before the next product may be exhausted and the product obtained is not always available to users when necessary. 更频繁的服务意味着通常不希望的更高的人工成本。 More frequent service means that usually do not want higher labor costs.

[0005] 分配器的选择常常受到限制并且仅发现它们具有很少几个固定的尺寸,由此限制了卫生产品的设计。 [0005] distributor of choice is often limited and only found that they have very few fixed size, thereby limiting the hygiene product design. 很容易理解,较大的分配器需要比较小分配器更不频繁的服务。 It is easy to understand, a large distributor needs a relatively small distributor less frequent service.

[0006] 分配器通常悬挂在墙壁上或放置在厕所的地板上。 [0006] The dispenser is typically hung on a wall or placed on the floor of the toilet. 为了再充填,分配器包括提供通向用于容纳幅材料堆叠的分配器存储空间的打开机构。 In order to refill, including providing access to the dispenser for receiving a stack of web material dispenser storage opening mechanism.

[0007] 优选幅材料的再充填不应当是沉重的或服务员难以完成的。 [0007] Preferably the web material refilling should not be heavy or difficult to accomplish attendant. 通常,提供再充填包装,每个再充填包装包括幅材料堆叠和在堆叠运输和存储期间维持堆叠完整性的包套件。 Typically, there is provided a refill package, each package comprises a refill material web and stacked during transport and storage stack to maintain stack integrity sheathing. 为了再充填分配器,在堆叠被导入分配器存储空间之后从堆叠移除包套件。 In order to refill the dispenser, the dispenser is introduced after stacking the storage space is removed from the stack sheathing. 因此,每个包装被服务员打开且进给至分配器。 Thus, each package is opened and the attendant fed to the dispenser. 因此,幅材料的常规包装被设置为不太沉重和易于被服务员抓持的尺寸,从而可在手动维持堆叠完整性的同时将堆叠导入分配器的存储空间。 Accordingly, the conventional packaging material web is arranged to be less readily grip heavy and staff size, thereby maintaining the integrity of the stack while the stack is introduced into the storage space in the dispenser manually.

[0008] 在分配器中,幅材料将总体上从用于容纳折叠材料堆叠的存储空间行进至分配口。 [0008] In the dispenser, the web material will generally receive a stack of folded material travels to the storage space from a dispensing opening. 因此,分配器将限定幅路径,展开的幅材料沿该幅路径从所述存储空间行进至所述分配 Thus, the dispenser defining the web path, the web material to expand the web along a path of travel from the storage space to the dispensing

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[0009] 特别是当想要能够在分配器内存储相对大量的幅材料时,已经提出将存储空间和幅路径设置成使得从堆叠顶部进给幅材料。 [0009] In particular when it is intended capable of storing a relatively large amount of web material in the dispenser, the storage space has been proposed and is arranged such that the web path from the top of the stack to feed the web material.

[0010] 大型分配器可具备相对较大的存储空间,其可容纳若干这种幅材料堆叠。 [0010] The dispenser may be provided with a relatively large large storage space, which can accommodate a plurality of such web material stack. 通常地,在这种分配器中,相邻的堆叠可经由它们相应的端部板片粘着于彼此,从而每个堆叠的端部板片沿下一个堆叠的端部板片拉扯。 Generally, in such a dispenser, the stack may be via their adjacent respective ends of the sheet adhered to each other, so that the lower end portion of each sheet in a stack of sheet stacked pull end. 为此,胶带或胶合剂被施加于堆叠的外部板片。 For this purpose, glue or tape is applied externally to the stack of sheets. 用当前可得到的幅材料堆叠再充填大型分配器因此可能涉及若干幅材料堆叠的展开、导入和随后的粘着。 With currently available web material stack refilling a large dispenser may therefore relates to expand the several materials stacked, and then introduced into the adhesive. 因此,大型分配器的再充填可能是相当耗时的。 Therefore, refilling a large dispenser can be quite time-consuming. [0011 ] 因此,仍然需要改进产品的再充填工序。 [0011] Accordingly, there remains a need to improve the refilling process products.

发明内容 SUMMARY

[0012] 本发明涉及一种在分配器中使用的用于卫生产品的幅材料的包装,包括: [0012] The present invention relates to a web material for use in a dispenser for hygiene products packaging, comprising:

[0013] 堆叠,其包括绕横向折叠线折叠从而提供具有沿所述折叠线的长度和垂直于所述折叠线的宽度的板片的幅材料,所述板片堆积在彼此顶部上以形成所述堆叠的高度, [0013] stack comprising about transverse fold lines to provide a sheet web material having a width along the fold line and perpendicular to the length of the fold line of the sheet stacked on top of one another to form the the height of said stack,

[0014] 由此所述堆叠勾勒出具有所述长度、宽度和高度且形成六个外表面的矩形平行六面体,六个外表面即平行于所述堆叠的板片的顶面和底面,包括所述幅材料的纵向边缘的两个侧面,以及包括所述幅材料的折叠边缘的前表面和后表面,并且 [0014] whereby the stack having the outline of a length, width and height and formed in a rectangular parallelepiped outer surface of six, six outer surfaces of the stack that is parallel to the top and bottom surfaces of the sheet, including the two side surfaces of said longitudinal edges of the web material, and a folded edge of said web material comprises a front surface and a rear surface, and

[0015] 至少在所述高度方向上延伸以便在堆叠的运输和存储期间保持所述堆叠的完整性的包套件。 [0015] extends at least over the height direction in order to maintain the integrity of the stack sheathing stacked during transport and storage.

[0016] 所述包套件包括用于预定打开包装的打开部件并且所述包装被构造为可打开从而可在所述堆叠支靠在其外表面上的同时从完整的堆叠移除所述包套件。 [0016] The kit comprises a package for opening a predetermined opening of the package and the package member is configured to be openable so that the sheathing from the complete removal of the stack at the same time rests on an outer surface of the stack .

[0017] “绕横向折叠线折叠的幅材料”指的是被折叠且形成所述卫生产品的材料。 [0017] "about the transverse fold lines of the web material" refers to a folded form and materials of the sanitary products. 折叠的幅材料可为单折叠餐巾的形式,所述餐巾一个接一个设置在彼此顶部上以形成所述堆叠。 Folded web material may be in the form of a single folded napkin, the napkin arranged one on top of another to form the stack. 餐巾可被交错折叠成使得一旦抽出第一餐巾则出现下一个餐巾的自由端。 Napkins may be interfolded such that once a first extracting the free end of the lower napkin is a napkin occurs.

[0018] 但是,幅材料也可为至少一个连续幅材料。 [0018] However, the web material may also be at least one continuous web material. 连续幅材料是例如当布置在适当的分配器内时可连续地进给的材料。 A continuous material web, for example when disposed within a suitable dispenser may be continuously fed material. 幅材料可为一体的,并且旨在在使用者致动之后例如通过设置在适当分配器内的切刀或边缘切割为单个产品。 Web material may be unitary, and is intended, for example, after a user actuates the cutting blade or edge is provided by an appropriate dispenser cut into individual products. 可选地,连续幅材料可具备弱线例如穿孔线,幅材料沿该弱线被分离以形成单个产品。 Alternatively, a continuous material web can be provided with lines of weakness such as perforations lines, the line of weakness is separated to form a web material along a single product. 这种分离可在分配器内自动地发生,或例如通过拉扯幅以使它沿弱线破裂而被手动地完成。 Such separation can occur automatically within the dispenser, for example, or by pulling the web along the line of weakness so that it is done manually broken.

[0019] Z折叠连续幅材料传统上以旨在用于大型分配器的堆叠来提供,由此它们将按照本申请的前述背景部分所描述的那样被操作。 [0019] Z folded on a continuous material web intended for larger conventional stacked to provide a dispenser, whereby they will be operated in accordance with the above background section of this application as described herein. 为此,常规包装包括堆叠和包套件,其中在堆叠被导入分配器之前包套件从堆叠被移除。 For this reason, the conventional package comprising a stack of packages and kits, wherein the dispenser is introduced into the stack before the sheathing is removed from the stack. 在导入分配器期间,通过服务员手动抓持堆叠来维持堆叠的完整性。 During the import dispenser attendant manually by gripping the stack to maintain stack integrity.

[0020] 本文提出的包装从其中包套件应当在服务员将包装拿在他/她的手里的同时被去除的惯例出发。 [0020] The proposed package from which the package kit should be packed in a waiter to take his / her hands while being removed practice. 取而代之的是,设想的是包套件应当在包装支靠在其外表面之一上时被移除。 Instead, it is envisaged that it should be removed when the sheathing against the outer surface of one branch in the package. 该特征使得包装能够被引导至例如分配器的存储空间,定位在其内的支承表面上,并且当包装以其一个外表面紧靠所述支承表面时移除包套件。 This feature enables the package to be guided to the storage space, for example, a dispenser, positioned on the support surface therein, and an outer surface thereof when the package is removed sheathing against said support surface. 因此,消除了在分配器内插入堆叠期间手动维持堆叠完整性的需要。 Thus, during the stacking eliminated manually inserted within the dispenser required to maintain the integrity of the stack.

[0021] 这也暗示有可能提供具有尺寸不同于之前包装的包装,特别是其高度大于便于服务员单手把持的包装。 [0021] This also implies that it is possible to provide a package before the package is different from the size, in particular its height is greater than the attendant to facilitate the gripping of the package with one hand.

[0022] 因此,包套件可具有能够在包装支靠在其外表面之一上的同时移除它的任何形式和形状。 [0022] Thus, the kit may have a package capable of removing any of its forms and shapes, while the package rests on one of its outer surface.

[0023] 为此,包套件可包括设置在堆叠前表面之上且至少环绕其顶面和底面的盖件。 [0023] To this end, the sheathing may include a stack disposed over the front surface of the cover member and at least around its top and bottom surfaces. 这种盖件可在堆叠支靠在其后表面上的同时被移除。 Such cover may thereafter simultaneously rests on the support surface of the stack is removed. 包套件的另一示例可为设置在例如堆叠前表面之上的粘着物或带子。 Another example of the sheathing may be provided on the front surface of the stack, for example, an adhesive or tape. 这种粘着物或带子可在堆叠支靠在其后表面上的同时被移除。 Such sticker or tape may be simultaneously rests on the surface is thereafter removed in a stack support.

[0024] 包套件的上述示例可被包括在优选还具有其它部分的包装内。 The above examples [0024] The sheathing may be included in the inner package preferably further includes other portions. 在包套件基本上仅覆盖堆叠的一侧或一半的情况下,可能需要附加的包装部分,例如在其运输和存储期间设置在堆叠的另一半上的辅助盖件。 In the sheathing substantially covering only one side of the stack or half of the cases, it may require additional packaging part, for example, an auxiliary cover member is provided on the other half of the stack during its transportation and storage. 在此情况下,在带有包套件的堆叠被导入分配器的外壳内之前任何附加的包装部分可被移除。 In this case, any additional packaging part can be removed before the stack with a sheathing is introduced into the dispenser housing.

[0025] 但是优选地,包套件环绕所述堆叠。 [0025] Preferably, however, the sheathing surrounds the stack. 作为完整包装的仅有包装部分,环绕堆叠的包套件可提供足够的稳定性和保护。 Packaging as the only part of the complete package, the package around the stacked packages may provide sufficient stability and protection. 换句话说,包装可由堆叠和包套件构成。 In other words, a stacked package may be configured and sheathing.

[0026] 优选地,包套件可被设置为在堆叠的底面和顶面以及前表面和后表面之上延伸。 [0026] Preferably, the sheathing may be provided to extend above the top surface and the bottom surface of the stack and the front and rear surfaces. 相信这为包装提供了良好的稳定性,并且此外从制造的观点来看也是合适的。 We believe this provides good stability for the packaging, and moreover from the manufacturing point of view are also suitable.

[0027] 有利地,包套件不连接于所述堆叠的幅材料。 [0027] Advantageously, the sheathing is not connected to the material web stack. 这暗示着很容易从完整的堆叠完全地移除包套件。 This implies that it is easy to completely remove the package from the full suite of the stack.

[0028] 由于z折叠的连续材料堆叠主要用于较大的分配器,其带有用于若干堆叠的空间的存储空间,有利的是,所述堆叠的顶面和底面中的至少一个具备用于将所述堆叠连接于另一类似堆叠的连接件。 [0028] Because of z folded continuous material mainly used for stacking a large dispenser with a storage space for a plurality of stacking space, it is advantageous that the top and bottom surfaces of the stack is provided for at least one of the stack is connected to a connecting member of another similar stack.

[0029] 优选地,包套件被构造为可在包装支靠在前表面或后表面上的同时从堆叠被完全移除。 [0029] Preferably, the sheathing is configured to be supported against the front surface of the package or at the same time on the surface is completely removed from the stack.

[0030] 用于包装的预定打开的打开部件意味着包装将在预定位置处以预定方式打开,这与意图仅通过在任何地方以不受控方式破裂或断裂包装材料来打开的并非预定打开的包装相反。 [0030] The opening of the package intended for opening of the package member means to impose a predetermined manner at a predetermined open position, which is not intended by only a predetermined opened package cracking or breaking the packaging material to open in an uncontrolled manner in any place of in contrast.

[0031] 用于预定打开的打开部件例如可包括可打开的封合件,其包括可打开的粘着剂封合件、超声波封合件或加热焊接封合件,和/或它们可包括弱线例如穿孔。 [0031] The means for opening the predetermined opening sealing member may comprise, for example, be open, which includes an openable sealing member of adhesive, ultrasonic welding or heat sealing member sealing member, and / or they may comprise a line of weakness such as perforation.

[0032] 有利地,前表面和后表面可以是堆叠的最大外表面。 [0032] Advantageously, the front and back surfaces can be stacked to the maximum outer surface.

[0033] 例如,前表面和后表面均可具有为堆叠的顶面、底面或侧面中任意一个的最大面积的至少1.5倍、优选至少2倍的面积。 [0033] For example, the front and rear surfaces of the stack may have a top surface, a bottom surface or a side surface of the maximum area of ​​any of at least 1.5 times, preferably at least 2-fold area.

[0034] 有利地,包套件可为聚合物基材料,或淀粉基材料。 [0034] Advantageously, the sheathing may be a polymer-based material or a starch-based material. PP、PE和PVA材料以及其混合物和/或组合是合适的聚合物材料的示例。 PP, PE and PVA materials and mixtures and / or combinations are examples of suitable polymeric material. 也可优选被有利地涂敷或压光以提供光滑表面的纸张材料。 It may also be advantageously coated or preferably calendered sheet material to provide a smooth surface. 通常,包套件材料应当具有足够的悬垂性和强度以便便利地包套在堆叠周围。 Typically, the sheathing material should have sufficient strength and drapability to conveniently wrap around the stack. 此外,为了用于如此处所述移除包套件的方法中,有利的是,提供带有充分平滑的外表面的包套件,从而包括包套件部分在堆叠下面滑动的包套件的移除过程不受到包套件与堆叠和/或下层的支承表面之间摩擦的阻碍。 Further, in order for such a method for the removal of the sheathing, it is advantageous to provide the sheathing with sufficiently smooth outer surface, so that the sheathing comprises a partially slid under the stack removal procedure sheathing hindered by the friction between the sheathing and the supporting surface of the stack and / or lower layer. 此外,包套件材料应当牢固到足以能够拉扯它无材料断裂的风险。 Further, the sheathing material should be strong enough to be able to pull it without the risk of material fracture.

[0035] 优选幅材料是用于擦拭的柔性幅材料,例如棉纸材料、无纺棉纸材料或其混合物。 [0035] Preferably the web material is flexible web material for wiping, such as tissue material, nonwoven material, tissue, or mixtures thereof.

[0036] 为了便于移除包套件,包套件包括能够自堆叠预定打开所述包套件的打开部件。 [0036] In order to facilitate removal of the sheathing, the sheathing comprising a predetermined opening member capable of opening the package from the stack kit.

[0037] 优选地,所述打开部件包括抓持件,所述抓持件使得能够通过拉扯所述抓持件而从堆叠移除包套件。 [0037] Preferably, the opening means comprises a gripping member, the gripping member enabling the gripping member by pulling the sheathing is removed from the stack. 有利地,拉扯所述抓持件也可导致所述包装的打开。 Advantageously, pulling the gripping member may also result in the opening of the package. 如果是这样的话,包套件可在以其外表面支靠支撑表面的状态下定位在分配器的支承表面上,随后抓持件被抓持和拉扯,优选仅通过单手抓持和拉扯,以便打开包装并且从堆叠移除包套件。 If this is the case, the sheathing can be positioned on the support surface of the dispenser in its outer surface against the support surface of the support state, then the grip member is grasped and pulled, pulling and holding preferably only a single clutch, so Unpack and remove the sheathing from the stack.

[0038] 有利地,打开部件布置在所述包装的前侧和/或后侧上。 [0038] Advantageously, the opening member is disposed on the front side and / or rear side of the package.

[0039] 特别地,优选地打开部件设置在包装的外侧上,该外侧与移除包套件期间包装支靠其上的外侧相反。 [0039] In particular, the opening member preferably disposed on the outside of the package, the outer package during removal of the sheathing on the outside bears against the opposite.

[0040] 优选地,包套件包括被设置为环绕所述堆叠的包绕条带。 [0040] Preferably, the kit includes a package is arranged to wrap the tape around the stack. 这种条带很容易被设计成在堆叠的运输和存储期间可完成维持和同样可选择地保护堆叠的任务。 This tape is designed to be easily maintained and similar tasks optionally protected stacked during transport and storage of the stack. 此外,从制造的观点来看它们也是优选的,因为它们可使用标准设备被相对容易地制造并且需要相对较少量的材料。 Further, from the manufacturing point of view they are also preferred because they can be relatively easily using standard equipment to manufacture and requires a relatively small amount of material.

[0041] 优选,包绕条带在堆叠的前表面、后表面、顶面和底面之上延伸以维持其完整性。 [0041] Preferably, the strip wrapped around the stack in the front surface, a rear surface, a bottom surface and extending above the top surface to maintain its integrity.

[0042] 包绕条带可具备绕所述堆叠闭合条带的封合件,优选粘着剂封合件。 [0042] wrap strips may be provided around the sealing member closing the stack of strips, the adhesive sealing member is preferred.

[0043] 这种情况下,上述打开部件可被设置成使得使用打开部件打开所述包套件暗示着断裂所述封合件。 [0043] In this case, the opening means may be arranged such that the opening means open the package using the kit implies breaking the sealing member. 例如,抓持件可设置在所述封合件内或附近,从而初始拉扯抓持件暗示着封合件的断裂,并且继续拉扯抓持件导致包绕条带从堆叠完全移除。 For example, the gripping member may be disposed at or near said inner sealing member, so that the initial pull gripper implies breaking the sealing member, and continues to pull the lead gripper strips wrapped completely removed from the stack.

[0044] 在一个实施例中,堆叠的幅材料可为具备将所述幅分成独立薄片的弱线,优选穿孔线,的连续幅材料。 [0044] In one embodiment, the web material may be a stack comprising the sheet web into separate lines of weakness, preferably the lines of perforations, a continuous web of material.

[0045] 此外,堆叠可包括通过弱线被分成独立薄片的第一幅材料和通过弱线被分成独立薄片的第二幅材料,上述第一和第二幅彼此交错折叠以形成所述堆叠,并且第一和第二幅被如此设置以使第一幅的弱线与第二幅的弱线沿幅相对于彼此偏置。 [0045] Further, the stack may be divided by a line of weakness comprising a first sheet material and a separate second web material are divided into separate sheets by lines of weakness, said first and second folded web to one another to form the interleaved stack, and the first and second web are arranged such that the first line of weakness and a second web along a line of weakness offset from each other with respect to the web.

[0046] 包括此处提出的堆叠和包套件的包装使得能够使用具有除前述之外的其它尺寸的堆叠。 [0046] presented herein comprises a stack of packages and package enables the use of stacked packages having other dimensions other than the foregoing.

[0047] 特别地,可能提供其中堆叠高度大于17cm、优选大于20cm、更优选大于22cm、最优选大于25cm或甚至大于30cm的包装。 [0047] In particular, possible to provide a stack height which is greater than 17cm, preferably greater than 20cm, more preferably greater than 22cm, most preferably greater than 25cm 30cm or even greater than the packaging. 较大的堆叠现在可便利地设置在仍然易于装填入指定分配器的包装内,暗示着更多幅材料可容纳于每个堆叠内。 A large stack can now be conveniently set within easy still packed into a designated distributor of packaging, suggesting that more pieces of material can be accommodated within each stack. 因此,需要更少的包装就能完全再充填特定的分配器。 Therefore, the need for less packaging will be able to completely refill the particular distributor.

[0048] 有利地,包装的高度可大于0.5 X堆叠的长度(L),优选大于0.75 X堆叠的长度(L),最优选大于整个堆叠长度(L)。 [0048] Advantageously, the height of the package may be greater than 0.5 X the length (L) of the stack, preferably greater than 0.75 X length (L) of the stack, most preferably greater than the entire stack length (L).

[0049] 优选地,包装的高度(H)大于所述长度(L)并且大于所述宽度(W)。 [0049] Preferably, the package height (H) greater than the length (L) and larger than the width (W).

[0050] 在本发明的另一方面中,提供了用于打开此处提出的包装的方法,所述方法包括: [0050] In another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a method for opening a package set forth herein, the method comprising:

[0051] 将包装定位成使得它支靠在其外表面上,并且在所述堆叠支靠在其外表面上的同时从完整的堆叠移除所述包套件。 [0051] The package is positioned such that it rests on its outer surface and complete removal of the sheathing from the stack while the stack rests on its outer surface.

[0052] 优选地,在移除包套件期间包装支靠其上的外表面是包装的前表面或后表面。 [0052] Preferably, during the removal of the sheathing against the outer surface of the packaging support on which the package is the front or rear surface. 包装的前表面和后表面是邻近堆叠的幅材料的折叠边缘的表面或总体上由堆叠的幅材料的折叠边缘形成的表面。 The front surface and the rear surface of the upper surface of the package is generally folded edge or surface of the material web stack formed by the adjacent edges of the folded web material are stacked. 不受理论的束缚,人们相信包装放置在这些表面中的一个之上是有利的,因为该位置可提高堆叠的稳定性。 Without being bound by theory, it is believed that a package placed on these surfaces is advantageous, since this position can improve the stability of the stack. 因此,堆叠翻倒等等和在移除包套件期间碎裂的风险减少了。 Therefore, stacking, etc. and the risk of tipping over during the removal of the sheathing fragmentation is reduced.

[0053] 有利地,包套件包括打开部件、优选抓持件。 [0053] Advantageously, the kit comprising a pack opening means, preferably gripping member.

[0054] 优选地,所述方法包括拉扯包套件的抓持件以使包套件被打开并且从所述堆叠完全移除。 [0054] Preferably, the method comprises a gripper pull sheathing to cause the sheathing is opened and completely removed from the stack. 为此,单手夹持和拉扯就足以从堆叠移除包套件。 For this reason, gripping with one hand and pulling on the sheathing sufficient to remove from the stack.

[0055] 优选地,包装包括环绕堆叠形成包绕条带且在其所述外表面之上延伸的包套件,也就是说所述外表面是在移除包套件期间包装将支靠其上的外表面。 [0055] Preferably, the package including wrap around the stack of strips forming the sheathing and extending over the outer surface thereof, i.e. the outer surface of the sheathing is removed during the packaging will depend on the support The outer surface. 因此,在移除包套件之前包绕条带的一部分位于堆叠下面。 Accordingly, before removing the sheathing surrounding a portion of the stack of strips below. 用于打开包装的方法随后包括在所述堆叠仍然支靠在所述外表面上的同时通过令所述条带的一部分在所述外表面下面滑移来从所述堆叠移除所述包绕条带。 A method for opening the package then included while still rests on the outer surface of the stack portion of the strip so that said outer surface by sliding beneath the stack is removed from the wrapping Bands.

[0056] 用于打开此处介绍的包装的方法可有利地用于装填分配器的方法中,该分配器包括具有用于存储所述堆叠的存储空间的外壳。 Methods [0056] The unpacking described herein may be advantageously used for filling the dispenser, the dispenser comprising a housing having a storage space for storing said stack. 为此,设想: To this end, it is envisaged:

[0057]-提供如上所述的包装, [0057] - providing a packaging as described above,

[0058]-将包装定位在所述存储空间的支承表面上,以使包装支靠在外表面上并且紧靠支承表面,并且 [0058] - the package is positioned on the support surface of the storage space, so that the packing rests against a support surface and an outer surface, and

[0059]-根据所述方法在包装支靠在所述支承表面上时打开包装。 [0059] - the upper surface of the support according to the method of opening the package against the package support.

[0060] 因此,当从堆叠移除包套件时,堆叠已出现于分配器的存储空间内,并且不需要手动维持堆叠完整性必需的进一步处理。 [0060] Accordingly, when the sheathing is removed from the stack, the stack has occurred in the storage space of the dispenser, and the need to manually maintain stack integrity necessary for further processing. 但是,堆叠可在分配器内进一步移动或进给。 However, the stack may be further moved or fed in the dispenser.

[0061] 该方法对于其存储空间被设计成存储一个以上堆叠的分配器是格外有用的。 [0061] This method is particularly useful for the storage space which is designed to store more than one dispenser stacked. 也就是说意图容纳相对较大体积材料的分配器。 That is intended to accommodate a relatively large volume of the material dispenser. 这种情况下,方法可有利地包括连接所述堆叠至设置在所述存储空间内的另一类似堆叠。 In this case, the method may advantageously comprise a further connection to the stack is disposed within the storage space similar to a stack.

[0062] 此外,堆叠可有利地包括用于连接至设置在所述存储空间内另一类似堆叠的至少一个连接器,并且所述方法包括在从堆叠移除包套件之后经由所述连接器将所述堆叠耦合至设置在所述存储空间内的另一类似堆叠。 [0062] Further, the stack may advantageously comprise a connector connected to at least one storage space is provided within said another similar stack, and the method comprises the connector via the sheathing after removal from the stack the stack is coupled to the other disposed within the storage space similar to a stack.

[0063] 现在将参照附图所示的示例实施例进一步描述本发明,其中。 [0063] The example shown in the drawings will now be further described in embodiments of the present invention, wherein reference.

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[0064] 图1示出幅材料堆叠的实施例; [0064] FIG. 1 shows an embodiment of a material web stack;

[0065] 图2示出包括包套件和堆叠的包装的实施例; [0065] Figure 2 shows a package comprising a pouch and stack embodiment;

[0066] 图3示出包括包套件和堆叠的包装的另一实施例; [0066] FIG 3 illustrates another kit comprising a package and packaging stacked embodiment;

[0067] 图4a_4c示出用于打开如图2所示包括包套件和堆叠的包装的方法; [0067] FIG 4a_4c illustrates a method for opening a package comprising a stack of packages and packaging as shown in FIG 2;

[0068] 图6-7示出包套件的接合区域的实施例; [0068] FIG 6-7 illustrates an embodiment of the sheathing of the engagement area;

[0069] 图8a和8b示出包套件的一个实施例的打开; [0069] Figures 8a and 8b show an embodiment of the open sheathing;

[0070] 图9a和9b示出包套件的另一实施例的打开; [0070] Figures 9a and 9b show another embodiment of the kit package opening;

[0071] 图1Oa和1b示出包括连接器的幅材料堆叠的实施例; [0071] FIG 1Oa and 1b show a connector comprising a web material stack embodiment;

[0072] 图11示出包括连接器的幅材料堆叠的另一实施例; [0072] FIG. 11 illustrates a further connector comprising a web material stack embodiment;

[0073] 图12示出幅材料堆叠的实施例; [0073] FIG. 12 shows an embodiment of a material web stack;

[0074] 图13示出分配器的实施例; [0074] FIG. 13 shows an embodiment of a dispenser;

[0075] 图14a_14d示出用于再充填分配器的方法的实施例。 [0075] FIG 14a_14d shows an embodiment of a method for refilling the dispenser.

[0076] 在图1-12中相同的附图标记表示相同的特征。 [0076] In the drawings the same reference numerals 1-12 denote the same features. 但是在图13和在图14a_14d中使用其它附图标记。 However, in FIG. 13 and FIG 14a_14d other reference numerals.

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[0077] 图1连同图12示出在分配器中使用的用于卫生产品的幅材料的堆叠I的实施例。 [0077] FIG. 1 shows a web together with the I stack material used in a dispenser for hygiene products Embodiment 12 FIG. 堆叠I包括至少一个连续幅材料2、3,所述至少一个连续幅材料绕横向折叠线Z折叠,藉此提供具有沿所述折叠线的长度L和垂直于所述折叠线的宽度W的板片。 I stack comprising at least one continuous material web 3, at least one continuous material web is folded about the transverse fold lines Z, thereby providing a length L along the fold line perpendicular to said fold line width W of the plate sheet. 板片堆积在彼此顶部上以形成具有高度H的堆叠。 Sheet stacked on top of each other to form a stack having a height H.

[0078] 因此,所述堆叠勾勒出具有所述长度L、宽度W和高度H的矩形平行六面体。 [0078] Thus, the stack having a rectangular outline of the length L, width W and height H of the parallelepiped. 平行六面体将具有六个外表面: Parallelepiped having six outer surfaces:

[0079]-均平行于所述堆叠I的板片的顶面5和底面6。 [0079] - 5 are parallel to the top and bottom surfaces of the stack of sheets 6 I.

[0080]-总体上由Z折叠幅材料的纵向边缘形成的两个侧面7、8。 [0080] - two sides generally formed by Z-folding the longitudinal edge of the web material 7,8.

[0081]-总体上由Z折叠幅材料的折叠边缘形成的前表面9和后表面10。 [0081] - a front surface generally is formed by Z-folding the folded edge of the material web 9 and the rear surface 10.

[0082] 如上所述,“连续幅材料”意味着例如当布置在适当的分配器内时可被连续进给的材料。 [0082] As described above, "a continuous web material" means, for example, when disposed within the dispenser may be suitable to continuously feed material. 优选的幅材料特别适于形成用于私用的吸收棉纸,例如用于在水洗后擦拭使用者的手、用于餐巾或用于物体擦拭目的。 Preferred web materials are particularly suitable for forming tissue paper for private use absorption, for example, for wiping a user's hands after washing, napkins for wiping an object or for the purpose.

[0083] 术语“幅材料”此处被理解为包括棉纸材料、无纺材料、以及作为棉纸和无纺材料的混合物的材料。 [0083] The term "web material" as used herein is understood to include a material tissue material, nonwoven material, as well as mixtures of tissue and nonwoven materials.

[0084] 术语“棉纸”此处被理解为基重低于65g/m2并且典型地在10_50g/m2之间的柔软吸收性纸。 [0084] The term "tissue" is understood here a basis weight of less than 65g / m2, typically soft and absorbent paper between 10_50g / m2 of. 其密度典型地低于0.60g/cm3,优选地低于0.30g/cm3并且更优选在0.08-0.20g/cm3之间。 Typically a density less than 0.60g / cm3, preferably less than 0.30g / cm3 and more preferably between 0.08-0.20g / cm3. 棉纸可以是起皱或非起皱的。 Creped tissue paper may be creped or. 可在潮湿或干燥状态下发生起皱。 Wrinkling may occur in wet or dry state. 可通过TAD或atmos方法制造该棉纸。 The TAD tissue paper can be manufactured by a method or atmos. 包含在棉纸内的纤维主要是来自化学纸浆、机械纸浆、热机械纸浆、化学机械纸浆和/或化学热机械纸浆(CTMP)的纸浆纤维。 Fibers contained in the tissue paper are mainly from chemical pulp, mechanical pulp, thermomechanical pulp, chemical-mechanical pulp and / or chemithermomechanical pulp (CTMP) pulp fibers. 棉纸也可含有例如加强纸张的强度、吸收作用或柔软度的其它类型的纤维。 Tissue paper may also contain, for example, paper strength reinforcing, absorbent fibers other effects or softness. 这些纤维可由再生纤维素或合成材料例如聚烯烃、聚酯、聚酰胺等等制成。 These fibers may be regenerated cellulose or synthetic materials such as polyolefins, polyesters, polyamides and the like made.

[0085] 术语“无纺”应用于各种各样的产品,按照其特性位于一方面为纸张和纸板的群组与另一方面为纺织品之间。 [0085] The term "nonwoven" applied to various products, according to an aspect of the characteristics of the group located in the paper and cardboard and on the other hand between the textile. 关于无纺布,使用变化极其多样的制造工艺,例如气流成网、湿法成网、纺丝成网、纺粘、熔喷技术等等。 On a nonwoven fabric, using varying extremely diverse manufacturing processes, such as air-laid, wet-laid, spun-laid, spunbond, meltblown technologies. 纤维可为环状纤维或以环状长度预制的纤维的形式,如原位制造的合成纤维或人造短纤维的形式。 In the form of fibers may be in the form of fibers or fibers of an annular ring preform length, as synthetic fibers produced in situ or staple fibers.

[0086] 可选地,它们可由天然纤维制成或由合成纤维和天然纤维的混合物制成。 [0086] Alternatively, they may be made of natural fibers or made of a mixture of synthetic and natural fibers.

[0087] 根据本发明的多层幅的幅材料可为再生柔性材料、新制造的材料或其组合。 [0087] Regeneration may be a flexible material, or a combination of new materials for manufacturing a multilayer web according to the web material of the present invention.

[0088] 可提供就图1所描述的类似堆叠,其包括单个连续幅材料或若干交错折叠的连续幅材料。 [0088] FIG. 1 may be provided on a similar stacked described, which comprises a single continuous web of material or several successive interfolded web material.

[0089] 此外,可提供就图1所描述的堆叠,其包括不连续的折叠幅材料。 [0089] Further, it may be provided a view of a stack as described, comprising a discontinuous folded web material. 这种堆叠可包括被折叠以形成所需板片的单独产品。 Such a stack may include a single product is folded to form the desired sheet. 产品可一个接一个地设置在彼此顶部上以形成所述堆叠。 A product can be provided by one on top of another to form the stack. 可选地,产品可交错折叠。 Alternatively, the product may be interleaved folding.

[0090] 当幅材料为连续时,连续幅材料可为整体的,从而可在选定位置处例如分配器内撕破或切开为独立产品。 [0090] When a continuous material web, the continuous web of material may be integral, so that the product can be independently selected locations within the dispenser, for example, is torn or cut. 可选地,幅材料可包括弱线,幅沿弱线被切断以形成独立产品。 Alternatively, the web material may include a line of weakness, the web is cut along the line of weakness to form individual products.

[0091] 图12示出一个实施例,其中堆叠包括交错折叠的两个幅材料2、3。 [0091] FIG. 12 shows an embodiment in which the stack comprises two interfolded web material 2,3. 在该实施例中,第一和第二幅材料2、3均被弱线12分成独立薄片。 In this embodiment, the first and second web material 12 into the line of weakness 3 are independently sheet. 此外,第一和第二幅2、3被布置成使得第一幅的弱线与第二幅的弱线沿幅相对于彼此偏置。 Further, the first and second webs 2,3 are arranged such that a line of weakness of the second web along the web with respect to the line of weakness offset from each other.

[0092] 根据该实施例的堆叠I具有如下优点:幅2、3可在分配器内自动进给,仅要求来自使用者拖拉幅2之一的力来实现另一幅3的自动进给。 [0092] According to this embodiment I of the stack has the following advantages: automatic feeding web 3 may be within the dispenser, the drag force is only required from the user of one of the two to achieve a further 3 automatic feed.

[0093] 当堆叠包括将幅分成独立产品的弱线时,弱线的分离强度有利地在1-30N、优选3-20N、最优选3-10N的范围内。 [0093] When stacking the web into separate product comprising a line of weakness, the line of weakness of separation strength is advantageously 1-30N, preferably 3-20N, most preferably within the range of 3-10N. (可根据后面所述的方法确定分离强度。) (The latter method can determine the separation strength.)

[0094] 有利地,弱线可以是穿孔线。 [0094] Advantageously, the line of weakness may be a perforated line. 穿孔的几何形状可被选定为根据所述幅材料和所使用的分配器来提供适宜的强度。 Perforations geometry can be selected to provide an appropriate strength according to the material web and the dispenser used.

[0095] 可通过使结合部和狭槽交替来形成穿孔线。 [0095] can be obtained by binding and slot portions are alternately formed perforation line. 已经发现,作为“总结合部长度/(总结合部长度+总狭槽长度)”的剩余结合长度在4% -50%之间、优选4% -25%之间、最优选4% -15%之间是适合很多相关应用的。 It has been found, as "Minister of total binding / (total binding portion length + the total slot length)" binding remaining length of between 4% and 50%, preferably between 4-25%, most preferably 4% -15 between% is suitable for many related applications. “总结合部长度/(总结合部长度+总狭槽长度)”可被用作穿孔线强度的指示。 "Total binding portion length / (total binding portion length + the total slot length)" may be used as an indication of the strength of the perforation line. 期望的是形成以下穿孔线:其牢固到足以能够从适宜分配器内的堆叠进给幅材料但也脆弱到足以使薄片能够分离。 Desirable to form the perforation line: it is possible to securely enough to feed from a stack in the dispenser to a suitable web materials but fragile enough to enable the sheet can be separated. 在这方面,众所周知其它参数将同样影响穿孔线强度,例如幅质量以及狭槽和突片的尺寸、形状和分布。 In this regard, other parameters known to also affect the intensity of the lines of perforations, such as the size and quality of the web slots and tabs, shape, and distribution. 因此在选择适宜的穿孔线时上述测量可用于指导所属技术领域的技术人员。 Therefore, in selecting a suitable perforation line of the measurements may be used to guide those of ordinary skill in the art.

[0096] 在图12所示的实施例中,每个幅2、3的弱线12始终出现在距堆叠I的折叠边缘4相同的距离处。 [0096] In the embodiment illustrated in FIG. 12, each line of weakness web 2, 3 from the stack 12 always appears in the same folded edge at a distance I 4.

[0097] 因此,两个相继的弱线12之间的距离可被两个相继的折叠线4之间的距离(=堆叠I的宽度W)均匀地除尽。 [0097] Thus, the distance between two consecutive line of weakness 12 may be the distance between two consecutive fold line 4 (= I stack width W) is uniformly divisible. 换句话说:(两个相继的弱线12之间的距离)/(两个相继的折叠线4之间的距离)=大于零的整数。 In other words :( distance) / (two successive distance between the fold lines 4) = 12 between two successive lines of weakness integer greater than zero.

[0098] 可选地,两个相继的弱线12之间的距离可被选择成使得不被两个相继的折叠线4之间的距离均匀地除尽。 [0098] Alternatively, the distance between two consecutive line of weakness 12 may be selected such that is not evenly divisible by the distance between two consecutive fold lines 4. 这种情况下,弱线12将出现在距折叠线4的各种距离处,如从堆叠I的侧面7、8观察所见。 In this case, the line of weakness 12 will appear at various distances from the folding line 4, as seen from the observation side surface of the stack I 7,8. 这可能是优选的,因为这种堆叠I可避免经历由于源自弱线12的存在引起的板片不规则而导致的问题并且避免堆叠高度被加大。 It may be preferred, because such stack I may be subjected to avoid problems due to the presence of a weak line from the sheet 12 due to irregularities caused and to avoid stack height is increased. 特别地,这种问题对于具有相对较大高度和/或包括相对较大数目的板片的堆叠I来说变得明显。 In particular, such a problem for a relatively large height and / or include a relatively large number of stacked sheets is I become apparent. 通过确保弱线12在堆叠I的宽度之上分布,使得任何不规则性同样得到分散,并且可改进堆叠I的稳定性。 Line of weakness 12 on the stack I by ensuring that the width of the distribution, so that any irregularities similarly obtained dispersion, and can improve the stability of a stack of I.

[0099] 此外,相继的弱线12之间的距离并非被堆叠I的宽度W均匀地除尽,这使得能够自由地选定产品的长度,而不限制于堆叠宽度W的考虑。 [0099] In addition, the distance between successive lines of weakness 12 are not I, are stacked evenly divisible by the width W, which makes it possible to freely select the length of the product, without limiting the width W of the stack consideration. 通常必须根据幅材料2、3自其分配的分配器外壳内存储空间的尺寸选定堆叠I的宽度W以及长度L。 Since the size of which must typically be allocated within the memory space of the dispenser housing stack I selected width W and a length of web material according 2,3 L.

[0100] 在这方面,还发现如果所述弱线12沿幅分布成使得基本上没有弱线12与堆叠内的折叠线4重合则是有利的。 [0100] In this regard, it is found if the line of weakness 12 are distributed along the web such that substantially no line of weakness 12 in the fold line coincides with the stack 4 is advantageous. 这是因为弱线(特别是穿孔线)同时为折叠线的话可能在幅材料内产生折缝,当幅被展开从而穿过分配器被进给时该折缝不像其它折叠线那样被弄平。 This is because the line of weakness (in particular a perforation line) at the same time it may have a fold line crease in the material web, when the web is deployed such that the dispenser is fed through the crease fold lines that unlike other are flattened. 因此,当进给幅材料时这种折缝可产生不需要的不规则性。 Thus, when the feed material web such folds may produce undesirable irregularities. 特别是当使用两个或更多幅时,一张幅内的这种折缝可能导致该幅变得与另一幅(或多幅)不同步。 In particular when using two or more webs, which might cause the crease web becomes synchronized with another one (or multiple) within a web.

[0101] 上述有关弱线的描述同样适用于包括单个、两个或更多连续材料幅的堆叠I。 [0101] For a line of weakness described above are equally applicable to I. comprises a single stack, two or more continuous material web

[0102] 此外,在图12的实施例中,第一幅材料2和第二幅材料3沿所述幅2、3在多个接合部13处彼此接合。 [0102] Further, in the embodiment of FIG. 12, a first material 2 and a second web material 3 joined to each other along the web 2 and 3 at a plurality of joint 13.

[0103] 优选地,所述接合部13沿幅2、3有规律地分布。 [0103] Preferably, the engaging portion 13 along the web 2 and 3 are regularly distributed. 第一与第二幅2、3之间的接合部13的目的在于防止在分配器内进给幅期间幅的不同步。 Object between the first and second engagement portion 13 of the web 2 and 3 to prevent the web during the web feed in the dispenser is not synchronized.

[0104] 当使用包括相对较长幅长度的堆叠时,也就是说对于具有相对较大高度和/或包括相对大量板片的堆叠来说这是格外重要的。 [0104] When using the web comprising a stack of a relatively long length of time, that is to say for a relatively large height and / or include a relatively large number of sheets stacked plates, this is particularly important. 其中长的幅长度不间断地行进,可能增加堆叠I内两个幅2、3在其从堆叠进给期间变得不同步的风险。 In which a long uninterrupted length of web travel, may increase the risk 2,3 become unsynchronized from the stack during its feed two webs within the stack I. 当从堆叠顶部进给幅时(如在堆叠设置于分配器内时所见)尤其是如此。 (As seen in the stack is provided in the dispenser) when the intake from the top of the stack to the web is especially true. 由于在两个幅之间适宜分布的接合部,任何这种风险是可避免或减少的。 Since the joint between the two webs suitable distribution, any such risk can be avoided or reduced.

[0105] 接合部13可将幅2、3的材料表面即板片表面彼此连接,或它们可将幅的纵向边缘彼此连接。 [0105] The engaging surface of the material web 13 may be 2, 3, i.e. the surface of the sheet to each other, or they may be connected to one another longitudinal edges of the web. 可以不同的数目、尺寸和图案分布接合部13。 It may be a different number, size and distribution of the bonding pattern 13. 优选地,接合部13可为粘着剂形式。 Preferably, the engaging portion 13 may be in the form of an adhesive.

[0106] 图1示出具有大于现有技术常规高度的高度H的堆叠I的实施例。 [0106] FIG. 1 shows an embodiment of the prior art having a conventional stack I is greater than a height of H. 值得注意的是,高度H大于服务员仅使用一只手可方便抓握的高度。 Notably, the height H is greater than the waiter using only one hand can easily grip height.

[0107] 建议可提供具有大于17cm的高度H的堆叠。 [0107] Suggestions can have a height H greater than a stack of 17cm. 此外,优选堆叠具有大于20cm、大于22cm、大于25cm或大于30cm的高度。 Furthermore, the stack preferably greater than 20cm, greater than 22cm, greater than 25cm, or greater than the height of 30cm.

[0108] 堆叠的高度将在其最大高度处测量。 [0108] height of the stack measured at its maximum height. 在很多情况下,堆叠可以是规则的,从而在进行测量的任何地方获得相同的高度。 In many cases, the stack may be regular, so that any measurement is performed where the same height is obtained. 但是,如果堆叠是不规则的(或许由于穿孔线直接设置在彼此之上),则应当在堆叠的最大高度处测量高度。 However, if the stack is irregular (perhaps due to the perforation line is disposed directly on top of each other), the height should be measured at the maximum height of the stack.

[0109] 如果堆叠已经被压缩,应当在测量高度之前使其回复原状。 [0109] If the stack has been compressed, it is to be reinstated before the measurement height. 为此,有人建议从堆叠移除任何包套件,并且在完成高度测量之前使得堆叠支靠在其底面上半小时。 For this purpose, it was suggested to remove any sheathing from the stack, and such that the stack height measurement before completion rests on its bottom surface and a half hours. 如果堆叠是不规则的,则应当考虑最大高度。 If the stack is irregular, it should consider the maximum height.

[0110] 如果在支靠在其底面上时堆叠冒着变得不稳定的风险,则它可被支撑成确保它在其余时段以及随后的高度测量期间保持在竖直位置。 [0110] If at the bottom surface of the stack which rests risking risk becomes unstable, it may be supported to ensure that it remains in a vertical position in a subsequent period, and during the remainder of the height measurement. 例如,堆叠可被定位成使得其前表面和/或后表面斜靠在墙壁上。 For example, the stack may be positioned so that it leans on the surface of the front wall surface and / or rear.

[0111] 由所述矩形平行六面体形状包围的体积可有利地为至少2.6dm3、优选至少3.7dm3、最优选至少4.3dm3。 [0111] hexahedral shape surrounded by the volume of the rectangular parallelepiped may be advantageously at least 2.6dm3, preferably at least 3.7dm3, most preferably at least 4.3dm3. 要理解,现在可得到比现有技术堆叠更大的体积。 Is to be understood, the stack now larger volume can be obtained than in the prior art.

[0112] 堆叠内幅材料的总长度可为至少45m、优选至少60m、最优选至少75m。 [0112] The total length of the web material within the stack may be at least 45m, preferably at least 60m, most preferably at least 75m.

[0113] 堆叠可包括至少640个、优选至少800个、最优选至少1000个板片。 [0113] stack may comprise at least 640, preferably at least 800, most preferably at least 1000 sheets.

[0114] 堆叠可有利地包括至少160个、优选至少200个、最优选至少150个独立薄片。 [0114] stack may advantageously comprise at least 160, preferably at least 200, most preferably at least 150 independent sheet.

[0115] 有利地,堆叠的平行六面体形状使得前表面和后表面9、10是堆叠的最大外表面,如图1的实施例所不。 [0115] Advantageously, stacked parallel hexahedral shape so that the front and rear surfaces 9 and 10 is the maximum outer surface of the stack, as shown in Example 1 is not. 前表面和后表面9、10是包括堆叠内幅材料的折叠部分的外表面。 Front and rear surfaces 9 and 10 includes an outer surface portion of the stack of folded web material.

[0116] 图1示出其中前表面和后表面9、10均具有为堆叠的顶面、底面或侧面中任意一个的最大面积的至少1.5倍、优选2倍的面积。 [0116] FIG. 1 shows a state where the front and back surfaces 9, 10 have at least 1.5 times the stack top surface, a bottom surface or a side surface of any of the largest area, preferably 2 times the area.

[0117](要注意,堆叠表面的面积意味着由堆叠勾勒出的平行六面体形状的相应表面的面积。此外,堆叠的体积是由堆叠勾勒出的平行六面体形状的体积。) [0117] (It is noted that the area of ​​the stacking surface means that the surface area of ​​the respective outlines of a parallelepiped shape are stacked face. Furthermore, the volume of the volume of the stack by the stack outline parallelepiped shape.)

[0118] 有利地,堆叠的高度(H)可大于0.5 X堆叠的长度(L)、优选大于0.75 X堆叠的长度(L)、最优选大于堆叠的整个长度(L)。 [0118] Advantageously, the stack height (H) may be greater than 0.5 X the length (L) of the stack, preferably greater than the length (L) 0.75 X stack, most preferably greater than the overall length (L) of the stack.

[0119] 优选地,并且如附图的实施例所示,高度(H)大于堆叠的长度(L)和宽度(W) 二者。 [0119] Preferably, and as shown in the drawings embodiment, the height (H) greater than both the length (L) and width (W) of the stack.

[0120] 堆叠如上所述当然可以意图完全填充指定分配器的存储空间。 Of course, intended to be specified completely fill the storage space of the dispenser [0120] As described above are stacked. 但是,对于意图供大量产品使用的较大分配器来说,堆叠可意图连接于其它堆叠以形成填充较大分配器的存储空间的组合堆叠。 However, for larger dispenser is intended for use for the large number of products, intended to be connected to other stack may be stacked to form a stacked combination of a larger storage space is filled dispenser.

[0121] 例如通过添加粘着剂至堆叠的顶端和/或底端并且将另一堆叠附接于其来完成堆叠之间的连接。 [0121] for example by adding an adhesive to the stack of top and / or bottom of the stack and the other attached thereto to complete the connection between the stacks.

[0122] 但是,经由粘着剂的手动附接是耗时的并且因此通常不是优选的。 [0122] However, manually via the adhesive attachment it is time consuming and therefore generally not preferred. 相反,堆叠有利地具备在其顶面和/或底面上的连接器。 Instead, stacking is advantageously provided at the top and / or bottom surface of the connector.

[0123] 如图1所示的堆叠I包括设置在堆叠的顶面5上的连接器11。 [0123] As shown in FIG. 1 stack I includes a connector 11 is provided on the top surface 5 of the stack.

[0124] 有利地,堆叠的顶面和底面中的至少一个可具备使得所述堆叠能够连接于另一类似堆叠的连接器。 [0124] Advantageously, the top and bottom surfaces of the stack comprising at least one stack such that the stack can be connected to another similar connector. 这种连接器可为粘着剂,例如可选择地初始被释放纸覆盖的粘着剂区带、自我粘附粘着剂(仅粘着于设置在相邻堆叠上的类似粘着剂)、胶带或类似物的形式。 Such a connector may be a pressure sensitive adhesive, e.g. optionally the initial release paper covering the adhesive area with self-adhesive adhesive (only adhered to the adhesive provided on a similar adjacent stacked), tape or the like form. 可选地,这种连接器可能为机械式,例如钩-环或钩-钩连接的形式。 Alternatively, the connector may be mechanical, such as hook - or hook and loop - in the form of a hook connector.

[0125] 机械连接器的优点是在它们自己之间提供了牢靠的连接,同时不倾向于无用地连接于其它材料例如连接于材料幅自身。 [0125] advantages of the mechanical connector to provide a secure attachment between themselves, and do not tend to unnecessarily attached to other materials such as connection to a web material itself. 因此,机械连接器的使用有利于堆叠的总体处理。 Thus, the use of mechanical connectors facilitates overall processing stack.

[0126] 因此,建议提供在分配器中使用的用于卫生产品的幅材料的堆叠,包括至少一个连续幅材料,所述至少一个连续幅材料绕横向折叠线被Z折叠,藉此提供具有沿所述折叠线的长度和垂直于所述折叠线的宽度的板片,所述板片堆积在彼此顶部上以形成所述堆叠的高度。 [0126] Accordingly, the web material is proposed to provide a stacked product for use in a sanitary dispenser, comprising at least one continuous material web, the material web at least one continuous transverse fold lines are folded about the Z, thereby providing a direction the length of the fold line and perpendicular to the sheet width of the fold line of the sheet stacked on top of one another to form the stack height. 堆叠包括用于将所述堆叠的第一端面机械地连接至另一类似堆叠的第一连接器,以及用于将所述堆叠的第二端面机械地连接至另一类似堆叠的第二连接器。 Stack comprises means for connecting the first end of the stack is mechanically similar to the first connector of another stack, the stack and for connecting the second end surface is mechanically similar to the second connector of another stack . 此外,第一连接器覆盖的板片面积小于被所述第二连接器覆盖的板片面积。 Further, the first connector is smaller than the area of ​​the cover sheet of the sheet area covered by the second connector.

[0127] 第一和第二连接器意味着例如材料的潜在地(如果与另一连接器接触)有助于两个堆叠互连的部分。 [0127] The first and second connector means, for example, potentially material (if in contact with another connector) facilitate stacking two interconnected portions. 因此,当讨论被连接器覆盖的板片面积时,指的是在其上找到应当测量的连接特性的板片面积。 Thus, when discussing the sheet area covered by the connector, refers to a connection characteristics should be measured to find the area on which the sheet. 未显示机械连接特性的任何支撑材料等等不应当被包括在“被连接器覆盖的板片面积”内。 Any support material and the like (not shown) the mechanical properties of the connection should not be included within the "covered area of ​​the connector plate."

[0128] 连接器是用于当堆叠用于具有容纳若干堆叠的大容量存储空间的分配器内时根据需要将堆叠的端面机械地互连至其它类似堆叠的连接器。 [0128] when the stack connector is used to interconnect the time required for the end faces of the stacked mechanically to other similar stacked connector to accommodate a plurality of stacked dispenser having a large capacity storage space.

[0129] 优选的机械连接器可被打开和再关闭,提供了如果服务员无心地在两个堆叠之间进行不适宜的第一次互连则校正堆叠位置的可能性。 [0129] Preferably the mechanical connector may be opened and closed again provides the possibility for the first time, if attendant undesirable interconnection between two stacked inadvertently stacked position is corrected.

[0130] 在很多分配器特别是较大型的分配器中,幅材料将沿幅路径行进并且在进给至使用者之前穿过若干装置。 [0130] In particular, many of the larger dispenser dispenser, the web material along a web path of travel and prior to feeding to a user through a number of means. 这些装置可包括各种棍、切刀、穿孔切刀等等。 These devices may include various stick, cutter, etc. perforation cutter. 机械连接器可被设计成使得它们可经过这些各种各样的装置而不阻碍幅,并且在装置自身上不留下残余物。 Mechanical connector may be designed such that they can pass through a variety of means without obstructing the web, and the device itself does not leave a residue. [0131 ] 此处建议提供具有比第二连接器覆盖更小板片面积的第一连接器的堆叠。 [0131] than that proposed herein to provide a second stacking connector having a smaller coverage area of ​​the first sheet connector. 通常地覆盖较大面积的连接器是有利的,因为连接器较大,堆叠很容易定位以便彼此紧靠和互连。 Typically, to cover a larger area of ​​the connector is advantageous, because the connector is large, it is easy to stack against each other and positioned so as to interconnect.

[0132] 但是,覆盖更小板片面积的连接器是有用的,因为更少的材料将导致堆叠的成本降低。 [0132] However, to cover a smaller area of ​​the connector sheet is useful, since less material leads to cost reduction stacked. 此外,根据选定的连接器材料的特性,存在使用包括这种连接器材料的产品的使用者将察觉到产品的质量较差的风险。 Further, according to the characteristics of the selected material connectors, including the presence of a user using the product of such a connector material will perceive the risk of poor product quality. 材料的减小量减少了使用者经历该问题的风险。 Reducing the amount of material reduce the risk of users experiencing the problem. 但是小型连接器的问题是待互连的堆叠的定位可能很困难并且对于服务员来说是费时的。 But the problem is to locate the small connector stack to be interconnected and may be difficult for the staff is time-consuming.

[0133] 第一连接器具有比第二连接器更小的板片面积使得所述第一连接器能够极小化。 [0133] The first connector has a second connector is smaller than the area of ​​the plate such that the first connector can be minimized. 仍然可实现堆叠之间轻易的互连,因为更大的第二连接器将提供较大的连接表面。 Still the interconnection between the stacked easily, since the larger second connector is connected to provide a larger surface.

[0134] 第一和第二连接器可为钩-钩类型或钩-环类型。 [0134] The first and second connector may be a hook - or hook and hook type - loop type.

[0135] 当遇到可被感知为妨碍使用者的特性例如磨蚀性或刚性时,如果第一和第二连接器是不同的,优选第一连接器由最妨碍(例如粗粝或坚硬)的材料形成,以便最小化其在堆叠中的存在。 [0135] When confronted with characteristics may be perceived as a way of the user when, for example, a rigid or abrasive, if the first and second connectors are different, most preferably by a first connector interfere (e.g. of crude or rigid) of material, in order to minimize its presence in the stack. 因此,当第一和第二连接器是钩和环类型时,通常优选第一连接器是钩材料。 Thus, when the first and second connectors is a hook and loop type, it is generally preferred first connector is a hook material.

[0136] 图1Oa和1b示出具有第一和第二机械连接器的堆叠的实施例,其中第一连接器Ila的面积小于第二连接器Ilb的面积。 [0136] FIG 1Oa and 1b show an embodiment having stacked first and second mechanical connectors, wherein the first connector is Ila Ilb area smaller than the area of ​​the second connector. 如图1Oa所示,第一连接器Ila在该情形下设置在堆叠的顶面5上,并且如图1Ob所示第二连接器Ilb设置在堆叠I的底面6上。 As shown in FIG 1OA, a first connector Ila in this case provided on the top surface of the stack 5, and the second connector shown in FIG. 1Ob Ilb disposed on the bottom surface 6 of I stack. 但是,相反的设置当然也是可能的。 However, the opposite is also possible to set the course.

[0137] 有利地,第一连接器可覆盖的板片面积小于被第二连接装置覆盖的板片面积的50%,优选小于30%,最优选小于20%。 [0137] Advantageously, the first connector may cover the area of ​​the sheet less than 50% of the sheet area covered by the second connecting device, preferably less than 30%, most preferably less than 20%. 在图1Oa和1b所示的实施例中,第一连接器Ila的面积约为第二连接器Ilb的面积的25%。 In the embodiment illustrated in FIGS. 1b and 1Oa, 25% of the area of ​​the first connector area of ​​about Ila Ilb of the second connector.

[0138] 第一和第二连接器均可有利地相对于堆叠的宽度对称设置,优选对中地设置。 [0138] The first and second connectors are advantageously symmetrically relative to the width of the stack is provided, preferably centrally positioned. 当第一和第二连接器相对于堆叠宽度对称地设置时,可能以该方向以任一方式转动堆叠,并且仍然获得堆叠之间的互连。 When the first and second connector symmetrically with respect to the width of the stack is provided, to which may be in either direction, the rotation stacking manner and still obtain interconnection between the stacks.

[0139] 如图1Oa和1b所示,第一和第二连接器Ila和Ilb相对于堆叠的宽度对称地设置。 [0139] FIG 1Oa and 1b, the first and second connectors Ila and Ilb disposed symmetrically with respect to the width of the stack. 此外,这种情况下它们相对于堆叠的宽度对中地设置。 Further, in this case with respect to the width thereof are provided on the stack.

[0140] 由于类似的原因,第一和第二连接器中的至少一个优选相对于堆叠的长度伸长尺寸(L)对称地设置,优选对中地设置。 [0140] For similar reasons, is preferably at least one of the first and second connectors are arranged symmetrically to the length of the elongated dimension of the stack (L), preferably centrally positioned.

[0141] 例如,第一和第二连接器lla、llb中至少一个或二者可对角线地设置在堆叠I的顶面或底面的两个沿对角线相对的拐角之间。 [0141] For example, the first and second connectors lla, llb at least one or both may be disposed between diagonal corners of the I stack top or bottom surface of the two diagonally opposed.

[0142] 有利地,第一和第二连接器中的至少一个、优选两个基本上沿堆叠的整个长度(L)延伸。 [0142] Advantageously, the first and second connectors at least one, preferably two stacked along substantially the entire length (L) extends. 出于制造的原因该特征是有利的,其中材料片可在堆叠的整个长度上便利地附接。 For manufacturing reasons This feature is advantageous in which the sheet material may be conveniently attached to the entire length of the stack.

[0143] 在图1Oa和1b所示的实施例中,两个连接器I la、llb沿堆叠I的整个长度延伸。 [0143] In the embodiment illustrated in FIG 1Oa and 1b, the two connectors I la, I llb extending along the entire length of the stack. 因此,它们自然相对于堆叠I的长度伸长尺寸L对称地设置。 Thus, they are naturally stacked relative elongation length dimension L I symmetrically arranged.

[0144] 图1la示出可选择实施例,其中在这种情况下设置在堆叠I的顶侧5上的第一连接器Ila不在堆叠的整个长度L之上延伸。 [0144] FIG 1la shows an alternative embodiment in which in this case is provided extending over the entire length L of the first connector in the stacking I Ila top side 5 is not stacked. 相反,连接器Ila包括沿堆叠的长度方向和宽度方向看时对中地设置的较小材料片。 In contrast, the smaller sheet material comprises a connector Ila stacked along the longitudinal direction and the width direction of the watch when disposed.

[0145] 如图1la所示,第一连接器Ila的实施例例如可与图1Ob中所示的第二连接器组合。 As shown in [0145] FIG 1la, it may be a second connector assembly shown in FIG. 1Ob a first embodiment of a connector, for example Ila. 这种情况下,第一连接器Ila具有的面积小于第二连接器Ilb的面积的20%。 In this case, a first connector Ila has an area of ​​less than 20% of the area of ​​the second connector Ilb.

[0146] 在另一变型中,第一和第二连接器中至少一个、优选两个沿堆叠的大部分长度延伸,结果幅的侧部没有连接器。 [0146] In another variant, the first and second connectors at least one, preferably two, most of the length extending in the stacking, the result is not the side connector web portions. 这种情况下,连接器可在整个长度的大于75%之上延伸,但小于整个长度的90%。 In this case, the connector may extend over the entire length of greater than 75% but less than 90% of the entire length. 如果堆叠意图用于对幅边缘处的添加材料较灵敏的特定分配器,也许如果使用相对较厚的连接器材料,该变型是特别有利的。 If the stack is intended for additional material on the web at the edge of a particular dispenser more sensitive, perhaps if relatively thicker material of the connector, this variant is particularly advantageous.

[0147] 第一和第二连接器中至少一个可由连续的连接器材料片构成。 [0147] The first and second connector may be composed of at least one continuous connector sheet material. 在所示的实施例中,两个连接器lla、llb由连续的材料片构成。 In the embodiment shown, the two connectors lla, llb consists of a continuous sheet of material.

[0148] 可选地,第一和第二连接器中至少一个包括间断地设置于所述堆叠的多个连接器材料片。 [0148] Alternatively, the first and second connectors comprise at least intermittently a plurality of connectors provided to the sheet material of the stack. 可以想象带有不同尺寸和形状以及设置为各种图案的材料片的多种设置。 Imagine provided with a plurality of different sizes and shapes, and sheet materials provided in various patterns.

[0149] 有利地,所述连接器中至少一个、优选两个包括粘着地附接于所述堆叠的连接器材料。 [0149] Advantageously, said at least one connector, preferably comprising two adhesively attached to the stacked connector material. 在其制造期间连接器材料可胶合于所述堆叠,或连接器材料可被设置为附接于堆叠的粘着材料。 During its manufacture the connector may be glued to the stack of material, or the connector material may be adhesive material provided to be attached to the stack.

[0150] 例如,第一连接器可具有沿堆叠宽度方向上小于3cm的伸长尺寸,优选小于1.5cm、最优选小于0.5cm。 [0150] For example, the first connector may have a width in the stacking direction of the elongated dimension of less than 3cm, and preferably less than 1.5cm, most preferably less than 0.5cm.

[0151] 第一连接器可覆盖小于120cm2的板片面积,优选小于60cm2、最优选小于30cm2。 [0151] The first connector may be smaller than the cover plate area of ​​120cm2, preferably less than 60cm2, and most preferably less than 30cm2.

[0152] 第二连接器可具有沿堆叠宽度方向上小于8.5cm的伸长尺寸、优选小于6cm、最优选小于5cm0 [0152] The second connector may have an elongated dimension of less than 8.5cm in width along the stacking direction, preferably less than 6cm, most preferably less than 5cm0

[0153] 第二连接器可覆盖小于120cm2的板片面积,优选小于60cm2、最优选小于30cm2。 [0153] The second connector may cover an area of ​​less than 120cm2 sheet, preferably less than 60cm2, and most preferably less than 30cm2.

[0154] 当例如如图11所示堆叠I包括至少两个幅2、3时,所述连接器11至堆叠I的附接可同时完成第一和第二幅2、3在所述连接器11处的互连。 [0154] When, for example as shown in FIG 11 I stack comprises at least two webs 2, 3, the connector 11 is attached to the stack I may be accomplished first and second web while the connector 3 11 at the interconnection.

[0155] 可选地,两个幅2、3可在所述连接器11附近互连成使得堆叠的两个幅2、3在拉扯另一个互连的堆叠I的幅时都被进给。 [0155] Alternatively, the two webs 2, 3 can be interconnected in the vicinity of the connector 11 so that the stacked two webs 2,3 are fed to another when pulling interconnected web of I stack.

[0156] 可以很多不同的方式完成第一和第二幅2、3在连接器11处的互连。 [0156] may be interconnected in many different ways to complete the first and second web 2 and 3 at the connection 11.

[0157] 根据上述内容,现在可得到一种堆叠,其可容纳比之前的堆叠更多的幅材料。 [0157] According to the above, a stacked now available, which can accommodate more than the previous material web stack. 因此,需要比之前更少的堆叠来填充例如较大分配器的现有存储空间。 Therefore, fewer than before stacking storage prior to filling e.g. larger dispenser. 这意味着可以更少的步骤完成再充填工序,并且需要在堆叠之间产生更少的粘着。 This means fewer steps to complete refilling step, and the need to produce less adhesion between stacked. 这就减少了服务员完成分配器的再充填所需的时间。 This reduces the time required to complete the waiter refilling the dispenser.

[0158] 当此处建议的连接器与如上所述在其内具有相对较大高度、相对较多板片和/或相对较长幅长度的堆叠组合时,便利了再充填工序,因为不仅更容易完成堆叠连接于彼此的工序,而且由于与使用现有技术的包装和堆叠的工序相比减少了用于填充分配器的指定存储空间要进行的连接数目。 [0158] When the connector proposed herein described above have a relatively large height therein, a relatively large sheet stacking and / or combinations of relatively long length of web, facilitate the refilling process, not only because more easy connection to one another are stacked to complete a step, and as compared with the prior art packaging and stacking process reduces the number of connections specified storage space for filling the dispenser to be performed.

[0159] 完成再充填工序必需的更少粘着也暗示着从包括本发明堆叠的分配器进给出的幅材料部分之间的粘着或连接将更稀疏地分布。 [0159] the step required to complete the refill adhesive also implies fewer more sparsely distributed from sticking or connecting portion between the web material of the present invention comprises a stack of a dispenser fed out. 因此,使用者被幅之间这种粘着或连接所妨碍的风险也减少了。 Thus, the risk of the user being hampered by such adhesion or connection between the webs is also reduced. 此外,减小了粘着材料所需的量。 In addition, reducing the required amount of the adhesive material.

[0160] 例如,连接器可能比每第640个板片、优选每第800个板片、最优选每第1000个板片更稀疏地出现。 [0160] For example, the connector may be more than 640 plates per second, preferably every 800 sheets, and most preferably every 1,000 sheets appear more sparsely. 除了减少要完成的连接操作的数目外,这也可减少使用者被供以包括连接器的产品的可能性。 In addition to reducing the number of join operations to be completed, but it can also be supplied to the user reduces the likelihood of a connector comprising a product.

[0161] 在一个实施例中,提供了在分配器中使用的用于卫生产品的幅材料的堆叠,其包括至少一个连续幅材料,所述至少一个连续幅材料绕横向折叠线Z折叠,藉此提供具有沿所述折叠线的长度和垂直于所述折叠线的宽度的板片,所述板片堆积在彼此顶部上以形成所述堆萱的尚度。 [0161] In one embodiment, a stack of web material for use in sanitary product dispenser, comprising at least one continuous material web, at least one continuous transverse fold line about the Z-folding the material web, by is provided along the width of the folded sheet to the folding line and the vertical length of the line, the sheet stacked on top of one another to form the stack of Xuan still.

[0162] 并且所述堆叠包括用于将所述堆叠的第一端面机械地连接至另一类似堆叠的第一连接器,以及 [0162] and for connecting the stack comprises a first end surface of the stack is mechanically similar to the first connector of another stack, and

[0163] 用于将所述堆叠的第二端面机械地连接至另一类似堆叠的第二连接器,其中第一连接器和第二连接器均覆盖小于120cm2、优选小于60cm2、最优选小于30cm2的面积。 [0163] for connecting the second end of the stack to the other is mechanically similar to the stacked second connector, wherein the first connector and the second connector are covered less than 120 cm2, preferably less than 60cm2, and most preferably less than 30cm2 area.

[0164] 已经认识到,使用机械连接器,需要相对较小的连接面积来提供足够的连接强度。 [0164] It has been recognized mechanical connector which requires a relatively small area of ​​the connection to provide sufficient bonding strength.

[0165] 当互连时,第一连接器与第二连接器之间的剪力反映了互连强度。 [0165] When interconnected between the first shear connector and the second connector interconnected reflected intensity. 第一和第二连接器在连接时应当能够抵抗当互连堆叠的幅被拉扯时例如当互连幅穿过指定分配器被抽拉时涉及的力。 The first and second connectors when the connector should be able to resist forces interconnect stack when the web is pulled through the web, for example, when the interconnection is drawn according to the specified dispenser.

[0166] 为了确保互连幅的适当进给,第一和第二连接器的互连应当抵抗大于从分配器抽出幅产品所需力的剪力。 [0166] To ensure proper web feed interconnection, interconnect the first and second connectors resistance should be greater than the force required web product withdrawn from the dispenser shear.

[0167] 此外,如果幅具备将幅分成独立薄片的弱线,优选第一与第二连接器之间的互连比沿弱线破裂幅所需的力更强大。 [0167] Further, if the web into separate web includes a line of weakness sheet, the interconnection between the first and second connector preferably web the force required to rupture stronger than along the line of weakness.

[0168] 因此,确保幅在弱线处而非在连接器之间的互连处断裂。 [0168] Thus, rather than break the web to ensure the interconnection between the connector line of weakness.

[0169] 在又一个实施例中,提供了一种在分配器中使用的用于卫生产品的幅材料的堆叠,包括至少一个连续幅材料,所述至少一个连续幅材料绕横向折叠线被Z折叠,藉此提供具有沿所述折叠线的长度和垂直于所述折叠线的宽度的板片,所述板片堆积在彼此顶部上以形成所述堆叠的高度(H)。 [0169] In yet another embodiment, there is provided a stack of web material for hygiene products for use in a dispenser, comprising at least one continuous material web, at least one continuous transverse fold line is wound web material Z folded, thereby providing a length along the fold line and perpendicular to the sheet width of the fold lines, said sheet stacked on top of one another to form a height (H) of the stack. 第一端面具备第一机械连接器,并且第二端面具备第二机械连接器,所述第一和第二连接器适于经由所述连接器将堆叠的第一端面与另一类似堆叠的第二端面机械地互连和/或将堆叠的第二端面与另一类似堆叠的第一端面机械地互联,其中所述第一连接器和第二连接器均具有小于1mm、优选小于0.75mm、最优选0.5mm的高度。 A first end surface includes a first mechanical connector and a second mechanical connector includes a second end surface, said first and second connector adapted to another similar stack of a first end surface of the connector via the stacked mechanically interconnected with two end faces and / or the second end surface of the stack another similar stack mechanically interconnecting the first end surface, wherein the first connector and the second connector each having less than 1mm, preferably less than 0.75mm, most preferably the height of 0.5mm.

[0170] 连接器的高度将反映出在连接器的位置处添加于幅材料的高度。 [0170] height of the connector will be added to reflect the height of the web material at the position of the connector. 因此,如果使用钩或环材料则连接器的高度应当例如包括任何衬底材料的厚度和钩/环尺寸。 Therefore, if using a hook or loop material should the height of the connector, for example, comprise a thickness and a hook / loop size of any substrate material. 通常希望使用相对较小的高度以确保连接器的存在不被感知为妨碍使用者。 Generally desirable to use a relatively smaller connector height to ensure that there is not perceived as a way of the user.

[0171] 要理解,包括连接器的堆叠的各种实施例可彼此组合和/或与就任何一个实施例描述的特征相组合。 [0171] to be understood that the stack includes various embodiments of a connector may be combined with each other and / or in combination with any feature of one embodiment of the described embodiments.

[0172] 有利地,就图1 (或图10a、10b或11)所述的堆叠可设置在用于在堆叠的运输和存储期间维持其完整性的包装内。 [0172] Advantageously, according to the stack of FIG 1 (or FIG. 10a, 10b or 11) may be provided for maintaining the integrity of the packaging during transport and storage of the stack. 这种包套件应当至少在所述高度(H)之上延伸以便在堆叠运输和存储期间维持其完整性。 Such sheathing should extend at least over the height (H) in order to maintain its integrity during storage and transport stack.

[0173] 术语“包套件”包括可具有不同形状、由不同材料制成等等的各种类型的包装。 [0173] The term "sheathing" includes having different shapes, materials and the like made of different types of packaging. 现有技术已知很多类型的包套件。 It is known in the art many types of sheathing.

[0174] 有利地,可通过聚合物材料或淀粉基材料制成包套件。 [0174] Advantageously, the sheathing may be formed by a polymer material or a starch-based material. 若需要,可通过可再生的材料制成包套件。 If desired, the sheathing can be made by renewable materials.

[0175] 优选包套件被构造为可从完整的堆叠被移除。 [0175] Preferably the sheathing is configured to be removed from the complete stack.

[0176] 优选地,包套件被构造为可在堆叠支靠在其外表面上(优选在前表面或后表面上)时从完整的堆叠被移除。 [0176] Preferably, the sheathing may be configured to be removed from the stack when the stack is complete rests on its outer surface (preferably on the front or rear surface).

[0177] 图2示出包括图1的堆叠和包套件14的包装的实施例。 [0177] Figure 2 shows a package comprising a stack of packages and a package 14 of the embodiment of FIG. 当提到图2的包装所述的堆叠侧面时,可参照图1。 When referring to the sides of the package in the stack of FIG. 2, reference FIG. 包套件14可在包装I支靠在其外表面之一(这种情况下为后表面10)上时从堆叠移除。 14 may be one of the sheathing against the outer surface of the package I branch (in this case the rear surface 10) when removed from the stack.

[0178] 为此,包套件可为设置在堆叠前表面上且至少环绕其顶面和底面的盖件。 [0178] To this end, the sheathing may be provided on the front surface of the stack and a cover member which surrounds at least the top and bottom surfaces. 这种盖件可在堆叠支靠在其后表面上的同时被移除。 Such cover may thereafter simultaneously rests on the support surface of the stack is removed. 包套件的另一示例可为例如设置在堆叠前表面上的粘着物或带子。 Another example, for example, the sheathing may be provided on the front surface of the stack or adhesive tape. 这种粘着物或带子可在堆叠支靠在其后表面上的同时被移除。 Such sticker or tape may be simultaneously rests on the surface is thereafter removed in a stack support.

[0179] 包套件的上述示例可被包括在优选还具有其它部分的包装内。 The above examples [0179] The sheathing may be included in the inner package preferably further includes other portions. 因为包套件基本上仅覆盖堆叠的一侧或一半,可能还需要附加的包装部分,例如在其运输和存储期间设置在堆叠的另一半上的补充盖。 Because the sheathing substantially covering only one side or half of the stack, and may require additional packaging part, for example, is provided on the other half of the supplementary cover in its stacked during transport and storage. 在此情况下,在带有包套件的堆叠被导入分配器的外壳内之前任何这种附加的包装部分可被移除。 In this case, any such additional packaging part can be removed before the stack with a sheathing is introduced into the dispenser housing.

[0180] 但是优选地,包套件环绕所述堆叠。 [0180] Preferably, however, the sheathing surrounds the stack. 由于是完整包装的仅有包装部分,环绕堆叠的包套件可提供足够的稳定性和保护。 Since the package is only partially complete the package, the package around the stacked packages may provide sufficient stability and protection. 换句话说,包装可由堆叠和包套件构成。 In other words, a stacked package may be configured and sheathing.

[0181] 图2和3均示出其中包套件环绕堆叠的实施例。 [0181] FIGS. 2 and 3 each show an embodiment in which the sheathing around the stack. 此外,在这些实施例中,包套件14在堆叠的底面5和顶面6以及前表面9和后表面10之上延伸。 Further, in these embodiments, extends over the sheathing 14 and the bottom surface 5 top surface 6 and the front surface 9 and rear surface of the stack 10. 认为这为包装提供了良好的稳定性,并且此外从制造的观点来看是合适的。 That this provides a good stability to the package, and moreover the manufacturing point of view are suitable.

[0182] 在图2中,包套件14在堆叠I的完整底面、顶面、前表面和后表面5、6、9、10之上延伸。 [0182] In FIG. 2, the sheathing 14 extends over the bottom face I of the complete stack, a top surface, a front surface and a rear surface 5,6,9,10. 端面7、8不被包套件14所覆盖。 7,8 end surface is not covered by the sheathing 14.

[0183] 图3的实施例不同于图2之处在于包套件14更窄并且仅在堆叠I的底面、顶面、前表面和后表面5、6、9、10的一部分之上延伸。 [0183] FIG 3 differs from the embodiment of FIG 2 in that the sheathing 14 is narrower and extends only over a portion of the bottom surface of the stack I, a top surface, a front surface and a rear surface of 5,6,9,10. 因此,该实施例提供了节约包套件材料的机会。 Thus, this embodiment provides an opportunity to save the sheathing material.

[0184] 在所示实施例中,包套件14不连接于所述堆叠I的幅材料。 [0184] In the illustrated embodiment, the sheathing 14 is not connected to the I stack material web. 这就确保了很容易从完整的堆叠I移除包套件14。 This ensures that it is easy to remove from the full stack I package kit 14.

[0185] 但是,可能在包套件14与幅材料之间具有初始的脆弱连接。 [0185] However, it may have an initial frangible connection between the sheathing 14 and the web material. 然而一旦从堆叠移除包套件14则这种连接很容易断裂,在幅材料从堆叠被拉扯时没有其完整性被破坏的风险。 However, once the sheathing is removed from a stack 14 of such connector is easily broken, there is no risk of its integrity is destroyed when the web material is pulled from the stack.

[0186] 在图2和3的实施例中,包套件包括打开部件,这种情况下包括抓持件15。 [0186] In the embodiment of FIGS. 2 and 3, the kit comprising a pack opening means in this case comprises a grip 15. 因此,通过拉扯抓持件15可打开包装,从而包套件14打开并且可从堆叠被移除。 Thus, by pulling the gripping member 15 to open the package, so that the sheathing 14 may be opened and removed from the stack. 为此,单手抓持和拉扯就足以从堆叠移除包套件。 To this end, single-hand grip and pull the package is enough to remove the package from the stack.

[0187] 在图2和3中,包套件14由环绕堆叠I以便在包套件14的移除期间在包装将支靠其上的外表面10之上延伸的包绕条带形成。 [0187] In FIGS. 2 and 3, surrounded by a sheathing 14 are stacked in the package I for bearing against the wrapped article 10 extending over the outer surface of the sheathing 14 during removal of the tape. 因此,在移除包套件14之前包绕条带的一部分将定位在堆叠I下面。 Accordingly, before removing the sheathing 14 wrapped around a portion of the strip will be located in the stack I below. 如下所述,为了打开包装,通过在堆叠I仍然支靠在所述外表面10上的同时令条带的一部分在所述外表面10下面滑动而从堆叠移除包绕条带。 Wrapping tape removed from the stack as follows, in order to open the package, by stacking I still bearing against the outer surface 10 while the strip so that the outer surface of the sliding part 10 below.

[0188] 图4a_4c示出了一种用于从堆叠I移除图2中包装或图3中包装的包套件14的方法。 [0188] FIG 4a_4c illustrates a method for removing the package of FIG. 2 or FIG. 3 from the stack I of packaging 14 for the sheathing.

[0189] 图4a示出将包装定位成使得它支靠在其外表面(这种情况下为后表面10)上的第一步骤。 [0189] Figure 4a shows the package is positioned such that it rests on the outer surface of the first step (in this case the rear face 10). 因此,包装支靠在对应于堆叠的折叠边缘的外表面上。 Thus, the package rests on the stack corresponding to the outer surface of the folded edge. 此外,包装支靠在作为堆叠最大表面之一的外表面上。 Further, as the outer surface of the package rests on the surface of the largest stack. 其中前表面9指向上,在前表面处包套件14具备包括抓持件15的打开部件。 Wherein the front surface 9 directed, the front surface of the package 14 includes a kit comprising a catch member 15 is opened. 抓持件15可如图4a的箭头所示被夹持和拖拉以打开包装。 The gripping member 15 of the arrow shown in FIG. 4a may be held and dragged to open the package.

[0190] 图4b示出当拖拉抓持件15时的情形,导致包套件打开以使堆叠I前表面的一部分暴露出。 [0190] Figure 4b shows the situation when the drag catch holding member 15, resulting in that the sheathing is opened to expose a portion of the front surface of the stack of I. 沿图4b箭头所示的方向继续拉扯抓持件15将导致包套件14从堆叠I被移除。 In the direction of arrow shown in FIG. 4b continue to pull the gripping member 15 will cause the sheathing 14 I is removed from the stack.

[0191] 图4c示出继续拉扯抓持件14期间的情形。 [0191] Figure 4c shows the situation during continued pulling the gripping member 14. 它示出了与抓持件15相反的包套件部分如何从其覆盖堆叠I的前表面9的一部分的初始位置、在堆叠I的顶面/底面之上、并且最后在堆叠I下面被抽出。 It shows a part of the gripping member opposite the sheathing how the stack 15 from its front surface covering the initial position I of the portion 9, on the top surface of the stack I / bottom surface, and finally the stack is drawn I below. 因此,包套件14的一部分将在堆叠的后表面10与包装支靠其上的支承表面之间滑动。 Thus, a portion of the sheathing 10 and the package 14 will slip between the bearing support surface on which the stack against the rear surface. 沿箭头方向继续拉扯将导致包套件14的最后部分在堆叠I下面滑动以使包套件14最后完全从堆叠I移除。 Continue pulling direction of the arrow will cause the last portion of the sheathing 14 in the stacking I below slide 14 so that the sheathing finally completely removed from the stack I.

[0192] 如图4a_4c所示,可通过用单手拉扯抓持件15在单次移动中完成用于从堆叠I移除包套件14的该工序。 [0192] As shown in FIG 4a_4c, with a single hand by pulling the gripping member 15 to complete the step for the removal of the sheathing from the I 14 stacked in a single movement.

[0193] 使用中,在包装支靠在形成分配器的存储空间的一部分的支承表面上(或可能在被设计为使得堆叠可被推入或滑入存储空间而不需要手动维持其完整性的某些表面上)时完成该工序。 [0193] In use, the package is formed against a support surface of the support portion of the memory space of the dispenser (or may be designed so that the stack may be pushed or slid into the storage space without the need to manually maintain its integrity when this step is completed) on a certain surface.

[0194] 优选地,在移除包套件期间包装支靠其上的外表面是包装的前表面或后表面。 [0194] Preferably, during the removal of the sheathing against the outer surface of the packaging support on which the package is the front or rear surface. 包装的前表面和后表面是与堆叠的幅材料的折叠边缘相邻的表面或总体上由堆叠的幅材料的折叠边缘形成的表面。 Front and rear surfaces of the package is folded edge of the upper surface of the web material adjacent to the surface of the stacked or folded edges generally formed by stacking the web material. 不受理论的束缚,人们相信包装放置在这些表面中一个之上是有利的,因为该位置可提高堆叠的稳定性。 Without being bound by theory, it is believed that the package is placed on one of these surfaces is advantageous, since this position can improve the stability of the stack. 因此,堆叠翻倒等等和在移除包套件期间碎裂的风险减少了。 Therefore, stacking, etc. and the risk of tipping over during the removal of the sheathing fragmentation is reduced.

[0195] 用于打开此处介绍的包装的方法可有利地用于装填包括具有存储所述堆叠的存储空间的外壳的分配器的方法中。 Methods [0195] The unpacking described herein may be advantageously used for filling a dispenser comprising a housing having a storage space for storing said stacked in. 为此,设想: To this end, it is envisaged:

[0196]-提供包括堆叠和包套件的包装, [0196] - providing a package comprising a stack of packages and kits,

[0197]-将包装定位在所述存储空间的支承表面上,以使包装支靠在外表面上并且紧靠所述支承表面,并且 [0197] - the package is positioned on the support surface of the storage space, so that the packing rests against the outer surface and the support surface, and

[0198]-在包装支靠在所述支承表面上时打开所述包装。 [0198] - opening the package when the package rests on the bearing surface.

[0199] 因此,当从堆叠移除包套件时,堆叠已出现于分配器的存储空间内,并且不需要手动维持堆叠完整性必需的进一步处理。 [0199] Accordingly, when the sheathing is removed from the stack, the stack has occurred in the storage space of the dispenser, and the need to manually maintain stack integrity necessary for further processing. 但是,堆叠可在分配器内进一步移动或进给。 However, the stack may be further moved or fed in the dispenser.

[0200] 该方法对于具有被设计成存储一个以上堆叠的存储空间的分配器是格外有用的。 [0200] This method is particularly useful for having been designed to store more than one stack of memory space allocator. 也就是说用于意图容纳相对较大体积材料的分配器。 That is intended for accommodating a relatively large volume of the material dispenser. 这种情况下,该方法可有利地包括连接所述堆叠至设置在所述存储空间内的另一类似堆叠。 In this case, the method may advantageously comprise a further connection to the stack is disposed within the storage space similar to a stack.

[0201] 这使得包装能够被引导至例如分配器的存储空间内,在其内定位在支承表面上,并且在包装以其一个外表面紧靠所述支承表面时移除包套件。 [0201] This enables the package to be guided to the storage space of the dispenser e.g., positioned on the support surface in its inner surface and removing the sheathing against the support surface when one of its outer packaging. 因此,消除了在分配器内插入堆叠期间手动维持堆叠完整性的需要。 Thus, during the stacking eliminated manually inserted within the dispenser required to maintain the integrity of the stack.

[0202] 这也暗示有可能提供具有尺寸不同于之前包装的包装,特别是高度大于便于服务员单手把持的包装。 [0202] This also implies possible to provide a package having a size different from the previous package, in particular a height greater than a single hand to facilitate grasping of the packaging staff.

[0203] 有利地,包套件可由聚合物基材料,或淀粉基材料构成。 [0203] Advantageously, the sheathing may be polymer-based material, or a starch based material. PP、PE和PVA材料以及其混合物和/或组合是合适的聚合物材料的示例。 PP, PE and PVA materials and mixtures and / or combinations are examples of suitable polymeric material. 也可优选被有利地涂敷或压光以提供光滑表面的纸张材料。 It may also be advantageously coated or preferably calendered sheet material to provide a smooth surface. 通常,包套件材料应当具有足够的悬垂性和强度以便便利地包套在堆叠周围。 Typically, the sheathing material should have sufficient strength and drapability to conveniently wrap around the stack. 此外,为了用于如此处所述移除包套件的方法中,有利地提供带有充分平滑的外表面的包套件,因此包括包套件部分在堆叠下面滑动的包套件的移除过程不受到包套件与堆叠和/或底层的支承表面之间摩擦的阻碍。 Further, in order for such a method for the removal of the sheathing, the sheathing is advantageously provided with a sufficiently smooth outer surface, thus the removal process comprises a sheathing portion of the stack below the slide sheathing is not limited by packet Kits friction between the stack and / or the underlying support surface of the obstruction. 此外,包套件材料应当足够牢固从而能够拉扯它无材料断裂的风险。 Further, the sheathing material should be strong enough so that it can be pulled without the risk of material fracture.

[0204] 从堆叠以这种方式拉扯包套件所需的力取决于若干参数,包括幅材料和包套件材料的特性、以及移除包套件期间堆叠支靠其上的支承表面的特性。 [0204] In this manner from the stack pulling force required kit package depends on several parameters, including the characteristics of the web material and a sheathing material, and a stack support against a support surface on which the characteristics of the sheathing during removal. 此外,支承表面的斜度、堆叠支靠其上的侧面和堆叠的重量可能影响所述力。 In addition, the slope of the bearing surface, which may affect the stack support and the stack force against the weight of the upper side thereof.

[0205] 但是,对于定位在平滑、水平的支承表面上例如分配器内且支靠在其前侧或背侧上的包装来说,从堆叠拉扯包套件期间所需的最大力可有利地为6-20N、优选8-12N。 [0205] However, positioning a smooth, level surface of the support, for example, the dispenser and the packaging rests on the front side or the back side, a packet from a stack pull the maximum force required during the kit may advantageously be 6-20N, preferably 8-12N.

[0206] 如上所述并且如图2和3所示,可通过被设置为环绕所述堆叠I的包绕条带形成包套件。 [0206] As described above and shown in FIG. 2 and 3, may be provided to surround the stack I wrap strips formed by the sheathing.

[0207] “包绕条带”意味着被设置为环绕堆叠的材料条带。 [0207] "wrap strips" means a strip of material is provided to surround the belt stack. 如下所述,优选包绕条带环绕整个堆叠,因此条带的端部在接合区域内有利地以重叠关系接合。 As described below, the strip is preferably wrapped around the entire stack, thus advantageously end of the strap is engageable in the engagement region in overlapping relationship. 但是,人们可以想象其中包绕条带环绕堆叠的主要部分的实施例,但在其中一单独接合部分被设置为连接条带的端部并且跨越堆叠的一部分。 However, one could imagine an embodiment wherein the strip wrapped around the main portion of the stack, in which a single engagement portion is provided to an end portion of the connecting strip and across a portion of the stack. 为了打开包套件,接合部分随后可被从包绕条带移除。 In order to open the sheathing, band engagement portion may then be removed from the wrapping strip.

[0208] 这种条带很容易被设计成能在其运输和存储期间完成维持和可选择地保护堆叠的任务。 [0208] Such strips can easily be designed to maintain and complete the task stack optionally protected during its transportation and storage. 此外,从制造的观点看它们是优选的,因为它们可使用标准装置相对容易地制造,并且需要相对较少量的材料。 Further, from the manufacturing point of view they are preferred because they can be relatively easily using standard equipment to manufacture and requires a relatively small amount of material.

[0209] 包绕条带可具备在绕所述堆叠闭合条带的封合件例如粘着剂封合件。 [0209] wrap strips may be provided around the stack in a closed sealing strip member sealing member, for example, an adhesive. 此外,包绕条带可包括能够预定打开条带的打开部件。 Further, the wrap may comprise a strip member capable of opening a predetermined opening strip.

[0210] 在第一实施例中,预定打开得以完成是因为封闭条带的封合件是可打开的。 [0210] In a first embodiment, the predetermined opening has been completed because the sealing member of the closure strip is open. 因此,使用打开部件打开所述包套件暗示着破碎所述封合件。 Therefore, the opening means open the sheathing implies breaking the sealing member.

[0211] 有利地,抓持件可设置在封合件内或附近,因此抓持件的初始拉扯暗示着断裂结合部,并且继续拉扯抓持件导致包绕条带从堆叠完全移除。 [0211] Advantageously, the gripping member may be disposed at or near the sealing member, thus pulling the gripping member implies initial binding portion broken, and continues to pull the lead gripper strips wrapped completely removed from the stack.

[0212]图2示出包装的实施例,其中包套件14被设计为形成接合区域18的包绕条带,其中条带的第一末端经由封合件19连接于条带的第二末端。 [0212] FIG 2 illustrates an embodiment of the package, wherein the sheathing 14 is designed to form the bonding region 18 with a surrounding strip, a first end of which is connected to a second strap end of the strap 19 via a sealing member. 抓持件15设置在条带的第一末端附近,使得包套件14可被抓持以便从堆叠移除。 Gripping member 15 is disposed near the first end of the strip, so that the sheathing 14 may be gripped for removal from the stack.

[0213] 在图2中,抓持件15由被设置为连接于接合区域18的单独材料片形成。 [0213] In Figure 2, the gripping member 15 is arranged to connect a separate material sheet to form the bonding region 18.

[0214] 在图3中,抓持件15由从接合区域18延伸出以便可抓握的包套件材料的自由端形成。 [0214] In Figure 3, the gripping member 15 to the free end of the sheathing material may be formed to extend from the grip region 18 by the engagement.

[0215] 图5-7示出用于形成接合包绕条带的两个末端的接合区域的实施例,例如如图2所示包括抓持件15的接合区域18。 [0215] Figures 5-7 illustrate an embodiment of a joining region of two ends are formed engaging wrap strip, for example, as shown in Figure 2 comprises a catch 15 engaging area 18 of the holding member.

[0216]图5示出其中接合区域18包括条带材料的与第二末端17重叠的第一末端16的实施例。 [0216] FIG. 5 shows a state where the engagement region 18 comprising a first embodiment and the second end 16 17 end of the strip overlaps the strip material. 条带材料的第一末端16和第二末端17重叠于其上的长度O可有利地在l-7cm之间、优选在2_5cm之间。 The first end 16 of the strip material and a second end 17 thereon overlap length O can advantageously between l-7cm, preferably between 2_5cm.

[0217] 在图5中,第一末端16和第二末端17通过线形的间断胶合剂点形式的粘着剂封合件19被接合。 [0217] In FIG. 5, a first end 16 and second end 17 by a linear discontinuous adhesive point in the form of adhesive sealing member 19 is engaged. 粘着剂封合件19设置在距条带的第一末端16的最外边界一定距离处,因此条带的第一末端16的最外末端形成可抓握的翼片15以便打开包套件14。 An adhesive sealing member 19 is provided at a distance from the boundary of the outermost end of the first strap 16, so the outermost end of the first end 16 of the strip forming the graspable tab 15 in order to open the sheathing 14. 因此,翼片15通过条带材料形成。 Thus, the flap 15 is formed by a strip material.

[0218](为了更好的可见性,在图5-7中,示出封合件19出现在第一末端16与第二末端17之间。事实上,包绕条带的材料会妨碍封合件19被看见。) [0218] (for better visibility, in Figures 5-7, illustrating the sealing member 19 occurs between the first end 16 and second end 17. In fact, the material surrounding the sealing strip will prevent engagement member 19 is seen.)

[0219]图6示出其中接合区域包括条带材料的与第二末端17重叠的第一末端16的实施例。 [0219] FIG. 6 illustrates an embodiment wherein the engagement region comprises a first end and a second end 1617 with overlapping strip material. 第一末端16和第二末端17通过两个线形的间断胶合剂点区域形式的粘着剂封合件19a、19b被接合。 The first end 16 and second end 17 by the two linear regions in the form of intermittent glue point adhesive sealing member 19a, 19b is engaged. 第一线形间断胶合剂点设置在距条带的第一末端16的最外边界一定距离处,类似于图5所示。 A first glue line discontinuity point is set at a distance from the boundary of the outermost end of the first strip 16, similar to that shown in Figure 5. 第二线形间断胶合剂点被设置为将条带的第一末端16的最外边缘紧固于下层的条带17的第二末端17。 Second line discontinuous adhesive points are arranged to the outermost edge of the first end of the strap 16 is secured to the underlying strip with the second end 1717. 但是,条带16的第一末端的最外边缘的一部分没有粘着剂,由此形成翼片15,使用者可将手指伸入翼片下面以便抓持翼片15和打开包装。 However, the outermost edge of the first end 16 of the strap portion without an adhesive, thereby forming flaps 15, the user can order the following fingers into the gripping flaps 15 and the flap open the package. 在该实施例中,可使用相同类型的粘着剂完成两个胶合区域19a、19b。 In this embodiment, the same type may be used to complete the adhesive bonding two regions 19a, 19b. 可选地,紧固条带的第一末端16的最外边缘的第二胶合区域19b可包括相对较弱的粘着剂,其功能主要是初始紧固翼片15以使它不从包套件表面突出。 Alternatively, the first end of the second bonding region 16 of the outermost edge of the fastening strip 19b can include a relatively weak adhesive, whose main function is the initial securing flap 15 so that it is not from the sheathing surface prominent. 这种情况下,第一区域19a可提供必要的强度以围绕堆叠I安全地紧固包绕条带。 In this case, the first region 19a can provide the necessary strength to surround the stack are securely fastened I wrap strips. 由此,也在该实施例中,翼片15由条带材料形成。 Thus, also in this embodiment, the flap 15 is formed of a strip material.

[0220]图7示出另一实施例,其中接合区域包括条带材料的与第二末端17重叠的第一末端16。 [0220] FIG. 7 shows another embodiment, wherein the engagement region comprises a strip material with the first end 17 overlaps second end 16. 第一和第二末端16、17也是通过粘着剂封合件19 (例如设置为线形的间断胶合剂点的形式)接合。 First and second ends 16, 17 are sealed by an adhesive 19 (e.g., provided in the form of discontinuous glue line point) engages. 这种情况下,独立的材料片被导入第一末端16上并且连接于其,以便提供翼片15以打开包绕条带。 In this case, a separate sheet of material is introduced into the first end 16 and is connected thereto, so as to provide the flap 15 to open the wrap strips. 由此,在该实施例中,翼片15由独立的材料片形成。 Thus, in this embodiment, the flap 15 is formed from a separate piece of material.

[0221] 要理解,用于形成所述接合区域18和翼片15的多种变型是可能的。 [0221] to be understood that for forming the bonding region 18 and the flap 15 of various modifications are possible. 例如,封合件可具有很多形式和形状。 For example, sealing member can take many forms and shapes. 值得注意的是,它可被设置为形成至少一个连续的胶线,或两个连续胶线,较外的胶线可连接于所述翼片。 Notably, it may be arranged to form at least one continuous line of glue, or two continuous glue lines, glue lines than the outside may be connected to the flap.

[0222] 可打开的封合件是可被打开而不破裂包套件材料的封合件。 [0222] openable seal member can be opened without breaking a seal member sheathing material. 在所述示例中,可打开的封合件是可打开的粘着剂封合件,包括可撕去的粘着剂。 In the example, the seal member can open the openable sealing adhesive member, including an adhesive can be peeled off. 可选地,可使用可撕去的粘着剂条来实现可打开的粘着剂封合件。 Alternatively, the adhesive may be used to achieve the tear-off strip the adhesive sealing member may be open.

[0223] 代替使用可打开的粘着剂封合件的是,封合件例如可为可打开的焊接封合件,用加热、电感应或超声进行焊接。 [0223] Instead of using the adhesive openable seal member is, for example, sealing elements, seal welding of the welding member can be opened by heating, electrical induction or ultrasound.

[0224] 在所有实施例中,翼片初始可紧固于条带材料的第二末端,优选使用至下层条带材料的相对较弱的连接。 [0224] In all embodiments, the flap may be fastened to the initial material of the second end of the strip, the strip is preferably used to the underlying material relatively weak connection. 初始紧固应当相对容易破裂从而使用者可抓持和拉扯翼片。 Initial tightening should be relatively easily ruptured so that a user can grip and pull tab.

[0225] 从所述实施例可理解,条带的第一末端和第二末端被设置为在所述接合区域内彼此重叠。 [0225] Example appreciated from the embodiments, the first and second ends of the strips are arranged to overlap with each other in the bonding region. 优选地,所述重叠在沿条带的长度测量的l-7cm之间、优选2-5cm之间的长度上。 Preferably, the overlap between the length measurement along the strip l-7cm, length preferably between 2-5cm.

[0226] 抓持件15可具有沿条带长度测量的大约l_5cm、优选大约2_4cm的自由长度。 [0226] gripping member 15 may have a length of about l_5cm measured along the strip, preferably consisting of a length of about 2_4cm.

[0227] 此处提出,当使用粘性的粘着剂封合件时,封合件应当被设置为与粘着至条带的第二末端相比更牢固地粘着于条带的所述第一末端,藉此使得通过在包装支靠在所述包套件初始在其上延伸的外表面上时拉扯所述抓持件,使得条带的所述第二末端在堆叠的所述外表面下面滑动,来从堆叠被移除条带。 [0227] presented herein, when the viscosity of the adhesive sealing member, the sealing member should be set to the adhesive than the second end of the strip adheres more firmly to the first end strip, whereby the sliding beneath the surface so that the stack in the outer sheathing of the package rests initially on the outer surface thereon extending said gripper pulling member, such that the second end of the strip to the strip is removed from the stack.

[0228] 粘着剂封合件被设置为与粘着至条带的第二末端相比更牢固地粘着于条带的所述第一末端暗示着一旦断裂所述粘着结合,基本上所有粘着剂将仍然留在条带的第一末端上,并且实际上没有粘着剂留在条带的第二末端上。 [0228] the adhesive sealing member is disposed upon implies breaking the adhesive binding, substantially all of the adhesive as compared to more firmly adhere to the strip first and second ends adhered to the strip He remains on the first end of the strap, and virtually no adhesive left on the second end of the strap.

[0229] 图8a和Sb示出一个实施例,其中接合区域18包括位于条带的第一末端16下面且通过这种情况下由两个胶线19形成的粘着剂封合件接合的条带的第二末端17。 [0229] Figures 8a and Sb illustrate an embodiment in which the bonded region 18 comprises a first end 16 located below the strip and the adhesive sealing member is formed by two glue lines 19 in this case joined by a strip second end 17. 通过条带的第一末端16的一部分形成的翼片15延伸超出粘着剂封合件19以便可被使用者抓握。 Flap portion by the first end 16 of the strip 15 is formed extending beyond the adhesive sealing member 19 so that a user can be grasped. 当翼片15被抓握并且沿图8a箭头所示的方向被拉扯时,粘着剂封合件19将追随条带的第一末端16,使第二末端17基本上没有粘着剂,如图8b所示。 When the flap 15 is gripped and pulled in the direction of the arrow shown in FIG. 8a, the adhesive sealing member 19 will follow the first end of the strap 16, the second end 17 is substantially free of adhesive, FIG. 8b Fig.

[0230] 因此,当根据例如参照图4a_4c所述的方法移除条带时,在包套件14从堆叠I的移除期间第二末端17可在堆叠I的外表面10下面滑动而不被阻碍或留下粘着剂残余物。 [0230] Thus, when the tape is removed with reference to FIG method according 4a_4c e.g., from a stack in the package 14 during the package I removed the second end 17 without being hindered slidably stacked beneath the outer surface 10 of the I or leave adhesive residue.

[0231] 如上所述,粘着剂封合件包括胶接合部。 [0231] As described above, the adhesive sealing member comprises a plastic joint. 然而,也预计使用胶带来提供所述封合件。 However, it is also expected to use the tape to provide said seal member.

[0232] 有利地,粘着剂封合件可包括可撕去的胶合剂。 [0232] Advantageously, the adhesive sealing member may comprise a tear-off glue. 这种可撕去的胶合剂可有利地为热恪粘着剂,例如Henkel提供的Dispomelt 8638E。 This adhesive can be peeled off may advantageously be a thermal adhesive Ke, e.g. Dispomelt 8638E Henkel provided.

[0233] 为了确保粘着剂保持在条带的第一末端16上并且从第二末端17释放,第一和/或第二末端可为以各种方式处理的表面。 [0233] To ensure that the adhesive remains on the first end 16 and the release strip 17 from the second end, the first and / or second end surface may be treated in various ways. 例如,第二末端可为被处理为变得更平滑的表面,以便有利于从弄平的表面释放粘着剂。 For example, the second end may be treated as the surface becomes smoother, so as to facilitate the release of the adhesive from the flattened surface. 可通过各种已知的手段弄平材料表面,例如施加硅酮或压光。 Flattened surface of the material may be by various known means, for example, applying a silicone or calendering.

[0234] 如果使用非粘性的粘着剂,条带的第二末端17可能生成非粘性粘着剂的某些残余物一一但是这种残余物不应当妨碍末端17在堆叠下面的滑移。 [0234] If a non-tacky adhesive, the second end of the strap 17 may generate some non-tacky adhesive residue one by one, but this should not prevent the residue slipping the end of the stack 17 below.

[0235] 在上述示例中,通过粘着剂封合件19封闭包绕条带,并且抓持件15被如此设置以使一旦拉扯抓持件15则粘着剂封合件19断裂,导致包装打开。 [0235] In the above example, by adhesive sealing strip surrounding the closure member 19 and the grip 15 is so arranged such that upon pulling the gripping member 15 the adhesive sealing member 19 breaks, resulting in the package is opened.

[0236] 在另一变型中,通过封合件19封闭包绕条带,但包绕条带也具备被设置为一旦拉扯抓持件15则断裂的横向弱部。 [0236] In another variant, the sealing strip 19 surrounding the closure member belt, but also includes a lateral strap wrapped around the weak portion upon pulling the gripping member 15 is set to be broken. 在这种变型中,弱部比粘着剂封合件19更脆弱,因此将在弱部处发生包套件14的打开。 In this variant, the weak portion more fragile than the adhesive sealing member 19, thus opening the sheathing 14 occurs at a weak portion. 弱部的断裂因此实现了包套件的预定打开。 Breaking the weak portion is thus achieved sheathing predetermined opening.

[0237] 在这种设置中,优选弱部被设置在条带的包括封合件和抓持件的第一部分与仅包括条带材料的第二部分之间。 [0237] In this arrangement, the weak portion is preferably provided on the strip comprises a first portion and a gripping member with a second portion including only the material strip between the sealing member. 因此,能够通过在包装支靠在所述包套件初始在其上延伸的其外表面上时拉扯所述抓持件,使得条带的所述第二部分在堆叠的所述外表面下面滑动,来从堆叠移除条带。 Therefore, by the package rests upon said initial sheathing on its outer surface extending pulling the gripping member, such that the strip below the surface of the second portion of the stack of outer slides, tape strip to remove from the stack.

[0238] 图9a和9b示出这种实施例。 [0238] Figures 9a and 9b show such an embodiment. 如图8a和8b那样,接合区域18包括位于条带的第一末端16下面且通过这种情况下由两个胶线19形成的粘着剂封合件接合的条带的第二末端17。 As shown in FIG. 8a and 8b, joining the strip region 18 includes a first end 16 and below the adhesive sealing member is formed by two glue lines 19 in this case by the engagement of the second end 17 of the strip. 通过条带的第一末端16的一部分形成的翼片15延伸超出粘着剂封合件19以便能被使用者抓握。 Flap portion by the first end 16 of the strip 15 is formed extending beyond the adhesive sealing member 19 so that a user can be grasped. 然而在该实施例中,弱部20设置在所述包绕条带内。 However, in this embodiment, the weak portion 20 is provided in the wrapping strip.

[0239] 有利地,这种弱部可为穿孔部分。 [0239] Advantageously, such weak portion may be a perforated portion.

[0240] 包绕条带因此被分成两个部分,即包括接合区域18的第一部分21a以及仅包括条带材料的第二部分21b,其中接合区域包括条带的第二末端17、粘着剂封合件19、条带的第一末端16和抓持件15。 [0240] wrap strips is thus divided into two portions, i.e., a first engagement portion 21a includes a region 18 and a second end 17, the adhesive closure tape comprising only the second portion 21b of the strip material, wherein the engagement region comprises a strip engagement member 19, a first end 16 of the strip 15 and the gripping member. 因此,当抓持件15被抓持和拉扯时,弱部20断裂,导致接合区域18将追随抓持件15离开堆叠I。 Thus, when the grip 15 is grasped and pulled, the weak portion 20 is broken, resulting in the bonding region 18 will follow the gripping member 15 leaves the stack I. 条带的第二部分21b保持并且将参照图4a-4c如上所述在堆叠I下面被拉扯。 The second strip portion 21b is maintained and with reference to Figures 4a-4c are stacked as described above under I pulled.

[0241] 同样这种情况下,确保条带的在堆叠外表面下面滑动的部分没有粘着剂以及接合部等等,这些将妨碍第二部分在堆叠下面滑动。 [0241] Also in this case, to ensure that strip the outer surface of the stack below the sliding portion without adhesive bonding and the like, which would prevent a second portion of the slide in the stack below.

[0242] 有利地,抓持件可具备有利于其视觉感知的可视标记。 [0242] Advantageously, the gripping member may be advantageously provided with visual indicia thereon visually perceptible. 标记例如可为可从包装的其余部分清楚可辨别出的对比色或图案。 For example, may be marked clearly discernable from the rest of the package of contrasting color or pattern.

[0243] 可选地或除了所述标记外,抓持件和/或包套件可具备指示打开和移除包绕条带的拉扯方向的可视标记。 [0243] Alternatively or in addition to the label, the gripping member and / or a kit package may be provided with visual indicia indicate opening and removal of the strip wrapped around the pulling direction. 这种标记例如可为箭头或其它指示打开条带的拉扯方向的符号。 Such markers can be for example a symbol opening strip pulling direction of an arrow or other indication. 在图2中,箭头形式的标记22设置在包套件14上。 In FIG. 2, arrow 22 in the form of indicia 14 disposed on the sheathing.

[0244] 可选地或除了其它标记之外,包套件可具备指示正确将包装进给到指定分配器内的进给方向的可视标记。 [0244] Alternatively or in addition to other marker, the sheathing may be provided to indicate the correct packaging of the intake to the feed direction in the specified visual marker dispenser. 当堆叠具备端部连接器时这种标记是特别有用的,堆叠的顶部和底部上的所述端部连接器是不同的。 When the stack includes an end connector such marking is particularly useful, said end connector on the top and bottom of the stack are different. 这种情况下,如果正确地定位则连接器将仅用于互连堆叠。 In this case, if the connector is positioned correctly only for the interconnect stack. 因此,服务员可能得益于指示堆叠互连于另一类似堆叠的正确方向的标记。 Thus, thanks to the waiter may indicate the correct direction of the stack of interconnect stack another similar mark.

[0245] 上述堆叠和包装能够有效地将堆叠装填到分配器中,例如用于再充填分配器。 [0245] The package can be efficiently stacked and packed stack into the dispenser, for example for refilling the dispenser.

[0246] 在分配器中,幅材料可被容纳于存储空间内,材料自此经由幅路径被抽出至分配器的分配出口。 [0246] In the dispenser, the web material may be accommodated within the storage space, since the material is drawn into the dispenser through the dispensing outlet web path. 有利地,存储空间和路径被设置为使得从容纳于存储空间内的堆叠的顶部进给幅材料。 Advantageously, the storage space and the path is set such that the feed from the top of the stack is housed within the storage space of the web material.

[0247] 为了初始布置这种分配器,第一幅材料堆叠的引导端通常必须沿幅路径被穿引通过分配器至分配出口。 [0247] For the initial arrangement of such a dispenser, the leading end of a stack of material must typically be directed to dispensing through the outlet along the web path through the dispenser. 在初始穿引后,可从分配器抽出幅材料。 After the initial threading, the web material can be withdrawn from the dispenser.

[0248] 期望的是,在分配器完全空置之前用附加的幅材料再充填分配器。 [0248] It is desirable that the dispenser is completely empty before the web material with additional refilling the dispenser. 这是因为可通过互连新的幅材料至存储空间内剩余的幅材料来进行再充填。 This is because the refilling may be performed by an interconnecting web of new material into the remaining storage space of the web material. 因此,可避免分配器的再穿引。 Thus, the dispenser can be avoided wear lead.

[0249]因此,在典型的情形下,用幅材料再充填的分配器包括具有存储空间的外壳,其中存在初始或剩余堆叠的至少一部分。 [0249] Thus, in a typical case, the material web with refilling the dispenser includes a housing having a storage space, wherein at least a portion of the initial or remaining stack.

[0250] 由于上述的堆叠,建议通过提供上述堆叠、将所述堆叠定位在支承表面上从而堆叠支靠在其面对所述支承表面的一个外表面上;并且在堆叠仍然支靠在所述支承表面上时互连所述堆叠与初始堆叠,来在包括具有用于存储至少两个堆叠的存储空间的外壳的分配器内装填这种堆叠,所述存储空间包括初始堆叠的至少一部分。 [0250] Because of the above stacked recommended by providing said stacking, the stack is positioned on the support surface so that the stack rests on one of its outer surface facing the support surface; and still rests on the stack interconnecting the upper support surface of the original stack and the stack to the loading in such a stack for storing at least comprising a housing having two stacked storage space of the dispenser, the storage space includes at least a portion of the original stack.

[0251] 为此,如果提供至少沿竖直方向支撑堆叠且在那时具有足以支撑一个以上堆叠的面积的分配器的支承表面,则这是有利的。 [0251] For this purpose, at least if the stack to provide support in the vertical direction and having a support surface sufficient to support more than one area of ​​the stack the dispenser at that time, then this is advantageous. 堆叠可设置在这种支承表面上,优选支靠在其前表面或后表面上,并且便利地连接于其余堆叠。 This stack may be provided on the support surface, preferably rests on the front or rear surface, and conveniently connected to the rest of the stack. 若干堆叠可一个接一个地设置在支承表面上,并且仍然很容易完成连接。 Several stack may be arranged one after another on the support surface, and still easily complete the connection.

[0252] 为了提供用于具有超过一个堆叠的空间的水平延伸的支承表面,分配器例如可具备可从初始竖直延伸位置旋转至大体水平装填位置的可枢转存储空间。 [0252] In order to provide a support surface having a horizontal space extending over one of the stacked, for example, the dispenser may be provided may extend from an initial position to a substantially vertical rotary horizontal loading position of the pivotable storage space. 在其使用位置沿分配器高度延伸的存储空间的竖直壁因此在其外转状态下可形成水平支承表面。 Therefore, the rotation state can form an outer horizontal support surface using a vertical wall extending in height position along the dispenser storage space.

[0253] 在使用大体水平的支承表面装填和互连堆叠之后,包括堆叠的存储空间可被摆回到竖直位置,在此处,之前水平的支承表面可形成存储空间的竖直壁。 [0253] After filling and interconnecting the support surface using a generally horizontal stack, comprising a stack of storage space may be swung back to the vertical position, where, before the horizontal support surface may be formed in the vertical wall of the storage space. 这样,可实现便利的水平支承表面,并且在使用时分配器不需要比其它分配器更多的空间(占地面积)。 Thus, the convenience can be realized horizontal support surface, and when using the dispenser does not require more space than any other dispenser (area).

[0254] 适宜的分配器可为用于从折叠幅材料堆叠分配一片幅材料的分配器。 [0254] Suitable dispenser may be a dispenser for dispensing a stack of material from the web folded web material. 这种分配器可包括:被设置为沿竖直方向定位的外壳,包括用于外壳内幅材料的分配口的分配装置,以及外壳内部的被设置为保持和支撑折叠幅材料堆叠的幅材料存储部分。 Such dispenser may include: a set located in the vertical direction of the housing, comprising dispensing means for dispensing the web material within the housing opening, and the interior of the housing is arranged to hold and support the web material folded web material stack memory section. 幅材料存储部分沿竖直方向看包括上端部分和与其相反的下端部分。 Web material of the memory portion in a vertical direction comprises an upper portion and see the lower end portion opposite thereto. 幅材料被设置为从上端部分被导引至分配装置并且折叠幅材料堆叠被设置为在下端部分处被支撑。 Web material is arranged to be guided to the dispensing device from the upper end portion of the material web and folded stack is arranged to be supported at a lower end portion. 幅材料存储部分包括可移置部分。 A material web comprising a displaceable portion storing section. 可移置部分包括下端部分,其中当可移置部分被设置在分配位置时下端部分沿竖直方向看被设置为基本上位于上端部分下面。 Displaceable portion comprises a lower portion, wherein when the displaceable portion is disposed at a lower end portion of the dispensing position in the vertical direction is arranged to look at the upper end portion located substantially below. 可移置部分可从分配位置移至倾斜装填位置,在倾斜装填位置中,下端部分沿竖直方向看定位在上端部分侧下方。 Displaceable portion may be moved from the dispensing position inclined loading position, the inclined loading position, the lower end portion in the vertical direction is positioned below the upper end portion of the look side.

[0255] 图13示出能够提供具有用于一个以上堆叠的空间的水平延伸支承表面的分配器2的实施例。 [0255] FIG 13 illustrates possible to provide for more than one stack having a horizontal space extending bearing surface of the embodiment 2 of the dispenser. 分配器2包括外壳4。 The dispenser 2 comprises a housing 4. 外壳4布置成沿竖直方向12定位。 Housing 4 is arranged in the vertical direction 12 is positioned. 外壳4包括门6。 4 comprises a housing 6 door. 分配口8设置在外壳4内以便分配至少一片幅材料。 The dispensing opening 8 is provided in order to dispense the at least one web material within the housing 4. 分配器2被设置为从折叠幅材料堆叠分配幅材料。 The dispenser 2 is provided dispensing stacked folded web material from the web material. 为了清楚起见,堆叠在图案13中已被省略。 For purposes of clarity, have been omitted in the stack pattern 13. 门6被设置为打开的,特别是用于以折叠幅材料堆叠来再充填分配器2。 6 is set to open a door, in particular a stack of folded web material to refill the dispenser 2. 分配器2包括具有分配口8和锯齿形边缘80的分配装置14,锯齿形边缘80用于从幅材料尾部撕去至少一张薄片。 The dispenser 2 comprises a dispensing means having a dispensing opening 8 and the serrated edge 80 of 14, 80 for torn jagged edges from the at least one sheet material web tail. 幅材料的尾部从折叠幅材料堆叠延伸至分配口8。 Tail of the web material from the stack of folded web material extends to a dispensing port 8. 幅材料存储部分16设置在外壳4内。 4 in the storage section within the housing 16 is provided a material web. 幅材料存储部分16被设置为保持和支撑折萱幅材料堆萱。 Web material storage section 16 is provided to hold and support the stack of folded web material Xuan Xuan.

[0256] 幅材料存储部分16沿竖直方向12看包括上端部分18和相反的下端部分20。 [0256] the material web 16 in the vertical direction of the storage portion 12 includes an upper portion 18 and see the lower end portion 20 opposite. 幅材料被设置为从上端部分18被导引至分配装置14并且折叠幅材料堆叠被设置为在下端部分20处被支撑。 Web material dispensing means is arranged to be guided from the upper end portion 18-14 and folded material web stack is arranged to be supported at the lower end portion 20. 为了在下端部分20处支撑堆叠,幅材料存储部分16包括底部元件22。 In order to support the lower end of the stacking portion 20, web portion 16 includes a base material in the storage element 22. 侧部元件24被设置为沿竖直方向12支撑折叠幅材料堆叠。 The side member 24 is arranged to support 12 vertically stacked folded material web.

[0257] 幅材料存储部分16包括可移置部分26。 [0257] web material 16 comprises a storage section 26 may be displaceable portion. 可移置部分26可从分配位置移置至倾斜装填位置。 Displaceable portion 26 may be displaced from the dispensing position to a tilted loading position. 在图13中,可移置部分26被示为倾斜装填位置。 In Figure 13, the displaceable portion 26 is shown as inclined loading position. 在该位置,可移置部分26形成堆叠可被以其前表面和/或后表面放置于其上的支承表面,以便移除包套件和/或连接于之前的堆叠。 In this position, the displaceable portion 26 formed in the front surface of the stack may be placed on the surface thereof on which the bearing surface and / or rear in order to remove the stack before the sheathing and / or attached to.

[0258] 可移置部分26包括幅材料存储部分16的下端部分20。 [0258] displaceable material portion 26 comprises a web portion 16 of the lower storage portion 20. 当可移置部分26设置在分配位置时,下端部分20沿竖直方向12看被设置为基本上位于上端部分18下面。 When the displaceable at the dispensing position, the lower end portion 20 in the vertical direction, see section 12 is arranged to set 26 is located substantially below the upper end portion 18. 在分配位置,分配口8沿竖直方向12看被设置在下端部分20上方。 In the dispensing position, the dispensing opening 8 in the vertical direction is disposed above the watch 12 lower end portion 20. 在可移置部分26的倾斜装填位置,幅材料存储部分16的下端部分20沿竖直方向12看定位在幅材料存储部分16的上端部分18的侧下方。 In the filling position the displaceable portion 26 is inclined, the lower end portion 16 of the web material in the storage portion 20 in the vertical direction is positioned on the lower side 12 to see the upper end portion 16 of the web material in the storage portion 18.

[0259] 当然,用于形成具有用于一个以上堆叠的空间的支承表面的其他选项也是可能的。 [0259] Of course, other options for forming a space having a support surface for a stack of the above are also possible.

[0260] 但是,堆叠支靠在支承表面上时也可使用在那时意图仅用于一个堆叠的支承表面完成互连。 [0260] However, when the stack rests on the supporting surface may also be used at that time is only intended for supporting a surface of the stack to complete the interconnection.

[0261] 有利地,堆叠可设置在如上所述的包装内,并且所述方法包括:在互连所述堆叠之前,在它支靠在所述支承表面上的同时,从包装移除包套件。 [0261] Advantageously, the stack may be disposed within the package as described above, and the method comprising: prior to interconnect the stack, while it rests on the support surface, the sheathing is removed from the package .

[0262] 通常地,提出一种用于在包括具有用于存储所述堆叠的存储空间的外壳的分配器内装填堆叠的方法,包括在支承表面上定位所述包装从而堆叠支靠在其面对所述支承表面的外表面之一上,并且在包装支靠在所述支承表面上的同时移除所述包装的包套件。 [0262] Generally, a method is proposed in the packed stack comprising a housing having a storage for storing the stack space for a dispenser, comprising locating the package on the support surface so that the stack rests its surface one of the upper outer surface of the support surface, and rests on the support surface while removing the package sheathing the packaging support.

[0263] 有利地,堆叠支靠其上的外表面是堆叠的后表面、前表面或侧面,优选堆叠的后表面或前表面。 [0263] Advantageously, the stack supported on the outer surface on which is a rear surface of the stack, or the front surface side, preferably the front or rear surface of the stacking surface.

[0264] 优选地,存储空间设置在所述分配器内以使得从堆叠的顶侧进给幅。 [0264] Preferably, the storage space is provided within the dispenser so that the top side of the stack from the web feed.

[0265] 优选地,每个所述堆叠的顶面和底面中至少一个具备连接器,并且经由连接器进行互连。 [0265] Preferably, each of the top and bottom surfaces of the stack includes at least one connector, and interconnected via a connector.

[0266] 图14a_14e示出用如上所述的折叠幅材料堆叠96再充填另一分配器2的方法。 [0266] FIG. 96 illustrates a method 14a_14e refill dispenser further folding the web 2 stacked material as described above. 为了清楚起见,仅示出处于倾斜装填位置的分配器2的可移置部分26。 For clarity, only the dispenser shown in a tilted loading position 2 of the displaceable part 26. 已被放置在分配器2内以再充填它的折叠幅材料堆叠96形成分配器2内折叠幅材料的复合堆叠的一部分。 It has been placed in the dispenser 2 in order to refill its folded web material stack 96 is formed within the folded portion of the composite web material 2 stacked dispenser.

[0267] 图14a示出由包绕条带98保持在一起的折叠幅材料堆叠96准备经由装填开口62放置在可移置部分26内从而抵靠支承表面61。 [0267] FIG. 14a shows the folded web material strip 98 wrapped around the stack 96 held together in preparation 62 disposed within the portion 26 may be displaced so as to abut against the support surface 61 via filling openings. 装填开口62被设置在可移置部分26内从而折叠幅材料堆叠96沿与可移置部分26纵向伸长相横的方向被插入。 Filling opening 62 is provided in the displaceable part 26 so that the web material is folded stack 96 in a direction transverse to the elongated longitudinally displaceable portion 26 is inserted. 图14b示出被放置在可移置部分26内的折叠幅材料堆叠96,其中包装96的折缝侧抵靠在支承表面61上。 14b shows is placed in a displaceable inner portion folded web material 26 stack 96, on which the package 96 folds the side 61 abuts on the bearing surface. 堆叠96因此沿竖直方向被支承表面61所支撑。 Stack 96 is thus supported by the support surface 61 in the vertical direction. 图14c-14d示出包绕条带98正从堆叠96被移除。 FIGS. 14c-14d shown wrapped strip 98 being removed from the stack 96. 通过拉扯翼片99移除包绕条带98。 99 is removed by pulling the tab strips 98 wrapped. 经由下端部分20内的凹陷64移除包绕条带98。 Removing belt 98 through the recess 64 surrounding the lower end portion 20 within the strip. 图14e示出堆叠96正在可移置部分26中被向上推进。 FIG. 14e shows the stack 96 is displaceable portion 26 is pushed upwardly. 在推进期间,堆叠96沿支承表面61滑动。 During the advance, the stack 96 slides along the support surface 61.

[0268] 支撑装置70的突出部构件72可防止堆叠96 (现在为分配器2内的折叠幅材料的复合堆叠的一部分)朝装填开口62向后滑动。 Projection member [0268] 70 of the support means 72 prevents stack 96 (now folded web of composite material within the stack portion of the dispenser 2) the slide 62 back towards the filling opening. 支撑装置70的突出部构件72将在堆叠96的下端处抵靠堆叠96的其余部分保持幅材料的板片。 Supporting means projecting portion 70 of the member 72 against the rest of the stack 96 of the web material holding sheet 96 at the lower end of the stack. 另一折叠幅材料堆叠可经由装填开口62被放置在分配器2内。 Another folded web material stack 62 may be placed within the dispenser 2 via the filling opening.

[0269] 堆叠96和另一堆叠的板片端面102、104具备将两个包装的幅材料连接于彼此的连接器94。 [0269] stack 96 and the other end face of the stacked sheets 102, 104 is provided with the two packaging material web is connected to the connector 94 to each other. 因此,连续幅材料可设置在两个堆叠之间,因此也设置在分配器2内的复合堆叠内。 Thus, a continuous web material may be disposed between the two stacks, it is also provided within the composite stack 2 within the dispenser.

[0270] 在另一方面中,提出在包括具有用于所述堆叠的存储空间的外壳的分配器内使用根据上述的堆叠,优选所述存储空间在分配器内设置成使得从堆叠的顶侧进给幅材料。 [0270] In another aspect, it is proposed to use the above-described stacked, the storage space is preferably arranged in the dispenser such that the top side from a stack in a housing comprising a storage space for the stack having a dispenser feeding the web material.

[0271] 在另一方面中,提出包括多个上述堆叠的复合堆叠,所述堆叠经由互连而互连,并且所述复合堆叠在不到每第640个板片处包括互连,优选每第800个板片、最优选每第1000个板片。 [0271] In another aspect, there is proposed a composite comprising a plurality of stacked a stack are interconnected via the interconnection, and the composite stack 640 is less than each of the first plate comprises at the interconnect, each preferably The first plate 800, most preferably every 1,000 sheets.

[0272] 优选地,互连可为上述连接器的形式。 [0272] Preferably, the interconnection may be in the form of the connector.

[0273] 复合堆叠是互连多个堆叠的结果。 [0273] is the result of complex interconnected stack of a plurality of stacked. 特别地,使用上述堆叠,可实现具有相对稀疏地分布的互连的复合堆叠。 In particular, using the stack, the stack can be achieved with a composite interconnection relatively sparsely distributed.

[0274] 此外,提供了包括具有容纳上述至少一个堆叠的存储空间的外壳的分配器,优选所述存储空间在分配器内设置成使得从堆叠顶侧进给幅材料。 [0274] Further, there is provided a dispenser comprising a housing for receiving said at least one stack of storage space, the storage space is preferably arranged such that the top side of the stack from the inlet to the web material in the dispenser.

[0275] 此外,提供了包括具有容纳上述复合堆叠的存储空间的外壳的分配器,优选所述存储空间在分配器内设置使得从堆叠顶侧进给幅材料。 [0275] Further, there is provided comprising a compound having a storage space accommodating the stacked dispenser housing, preferably the storage space is provided within the dispenser such that the stack is fed from the top side to the web material.

[0276] 许多可选方案和变型都是可能的并且是所属技术领域的技术人员可以鉴于上述描述想到的。 [0276] Many alternatives and modifications are possible and are skilled in the art in view of the foregoing description can occur.

[0277] 弱线分离强度的确定 [0277] defines a separation line of weakness strength

[0278]定义: [0278] Definition:

[0279] Fmax (N)-测试期间记录的最大力 [0279] Fmax (N) - the maximum force recorded during the test

[0280] MD-加工方向 [0280] MD- machine direction

[0281] 弱线——例如穿孔线 [0281] The line of weakness - e.g. a perforation line

[0282] 用抗拉强度试验机测量分离经由弱线接合的幅的两个独立薄片的最大力。 [0282] with a tensile testing machine separated by the most vigorous two independent sheets of web line of weakness engaged.

[0283] 十字头速度BOmm/mi η [0283] The crosshead speed BOmm / mi η

[0284] 夹持距离100_ [0284] clamping distance 100_

[0285] 1N测力计 [0285] 1N ergometer

[0286] 低重量的上夹具 [0286] by weight of the jig Low

[0287] 夹具的宽度被选择为适配样品。 [0287] The width is selected to be adapted to clamp the sample.

[0288] 样品制各: [0288] Each sample was prepared:

[0289] 将样品切割为150_的长度,其中弱线位于长度方向的中间。 [0289] The sample was cut into a length 150_, wherein the line of weakness is located intermediate the longitudinal direction. (一个薄片将从弱线向上延伸大约75mm,并且另一薄片将从弱线向下延伸大约75mm。) (A sheet from the line of weakness extending upwardly about 75mm, about 75mm and the other sheet extending downwardly from the line of weakness.)

[0290]-样品宽度应当为整个产品宽度,由此包括整个弱线。 [0290] - sample width should be the width of the product, thereby including the entire line of weakness. 沿加工方向测量10个样品。 10 samples were measured in the machine direction.

[0291] 样品应当根据IS0-187标准在50±2%相对湿度和23±1°C下适应4小时。 [0291] The sample should IS0-187 standard 50 ± 2% relative humidity and adapt to 23 ± 1 ° C 4 hours.

[0292] 工序 [0292] Step

[0293] 根据仪器说明书准备拉伸试验仪器。 [0293] The tensile test instrument to prepare the instrument specification.

[0294]-调整夹具之间的长度至10mm并且将装置在起始位置调零。 [0294] - adjusting the length between 10mm and the clamp means to zero in the starting position.

[0295]-将样品的第一幅放置在上夹具内并且将第二幅放置在下夹具内。 [0295] - The sample was placed in the first web and the second web on the jig is placed in the lower clamp.

[0296] 启动拉伸试验仪器。 [0296] Start the tensile test equipment.

[0297]-针对剩余样品重复测试工序。 [0297] - Repeat procedure for the remaining test sample.

[0298] 注意! [0298] Note! 忽略在沿穿孔之外的其它地方破裂的样品。 Elsewhere along the outside of the rupture of the perforated samples ignored.

[0299] 结果的计算和表达 [0299] Calculation and Expression of Results

[0300] 抗拉强度试验机的软件记录了在标本的试验运行期间检测到的力的最高峰值。 [0300] Tensile strength tester software records the highest peak during the test specimens detected operation force. 该最大力(N)被用作样品的弱线的分离强度的测量值。 The maximum force (N) is used as the measured value of the intensity of the line of weakness separating the sample. 10个样品的最大力(N)的平均值被认为是用于样品的弱线的分离强度的代表值。 The average maximum force (N) of the 10 samples is considered to represent the intensity values ​​of the line of weakness for separating a sample.

[0301] 要注意,样品是类似的。 [0301] Note that the sample is similar. 因此,它们包括类似的幅材料和弱线。 Thus, they comprise similar material web and the line of weakness. 得到的测量值代表选定的幅材料和弱线的组合。 Combinations of web material and the line of weakness represents the selected measurement obtained.

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1.一种在分配器中使用的用于卫生产品的幅材料的包装,包括: 堆叠(1),包括: 幅材料(2,3),其绕横向折叠线(4)折叠从而提供具有沿所述折叠线的长度(L)和垂直于所述折叠线的宽度(W)的板片, 所述板片堆积在彼此顶部上以形成所述堆叠的高度(H),从而所述堆叠勾勒出具有所述长度(L)、宽度(W)和高度(H)且形成六个外表面的矩形平行六面体,所述六个外表面即-平行于所述堆叠(I)的板片的顶面和底面(5,6), -包括所述幅材料(2,3)的纵向边缘的两个侧面(7,8),以及-包括所述幅材料的折叠边缘的前表面和后表面(9,10),以及至少在所述高度方向(H)之上延伸以便在堆叠(I)的运输和存储期间保持所述堆叠(I)的完整性的包套件(14), 其特征在于: 所述包套件(14)包括用于所述包装的预定打开的打开部件,以及所述包装被构造为可打开从而所述包套件(14)能在所述堆叠(I 1. A package for use in a dispenser for hygiene products of web material, comprising: a stack (1), comprising: a web material (2,3), which is about the transverse fold line (4) to provide a folded along the length (L) and the fold line width (W) of the plate perpendicular to the fold line, said sheet stacked on top of one another to form a height (H) of the stack, the stack thus outlines having a length (L), width (W) and height (H) and the outer surface of the formed six rectangular parallelepiped, i.e., the outer surface of six - top parallel to the sheet stack (I) is and bottom surfaces (5,6), - comprising two longitudinal side edges of the material web (2,3) (7,8), and - comprising a front and rear surfaces of the folded edge of the material web ( 9, 10), and an extension to preserve the integrity of the sheathing (14) of the stack (I) of the stack during transport (I) and stored over the height direction (H) at least, characterized in that: the sheathing (14) comprising a predetermined opening for opening the package member, and the package is configured to be opened to the sheathing (14) capable in the stack (I )支靠在其外表面(10)上时从完整的堆叠(I)移除。 ) Rests against the outer surface (10) is removed from the full stack (I) when on.
2.根据权利要求1所述的幅材料的包装,其中所述包套件(14)不连接于所述堆叠(I)的所述幅材料(2,3)。 The web material (2, 3) according to claim web packaging material according to claim 1, wherein said sheathing (14) is not connected to the stack (I) is.
3.根据权利要求1或2所述的包装,其中所述包套件(14)环绕所述堆叠(I)。 3. A package according to claim 1 or claim 2, wherein said sheathing (14) surrounding the stack (I).
4.根据前述权利要求中任意一项所述的包装,其中所述包套件(14)被设置为在所述堆叠的所述底面和顶面(5,6)以及所述前表面和后表面(9,10)之上延伸。 According to any one of the preceding claims in the packaging, wherein said sheathing (14) is set to (5,6) and the front and rear surfaces of said bottom and top surfaces of the stack (9, 10) extending over.
5.根据前述权利要求中任意一项所述的幅材料的包装,其中所述堆叠(I)的顶面和底面(5,6)中的至少一个具备使所述堆叠(I)能够连接于另一类似堆叠的连接器(11)。 5. The package of any one of the preceding claims, said web material, wherein the stack (I) of the top and bottom surfaces (5,6) comprises at least one of said stack (I) can be connected to a stacking another similar connector (11).
6.根据前述权利要求中任意一项所述的幅材料的包装,其中所述包套件(14)被构造为能在所述堆叠(I)支靠在所述前表面或后表面(9,10)上时从完整的堆叠被移除。 6. The package of any one of the preceding claims, said web material, wherein said sheathing (14) is configured to be in the stack (I) bearing against the front or rear surface (9, 10) is removed from the stack when the complete data.
7.根据前述权利要求中任意一项所述的包装,其中所述打开部件定位在所述堆叠(I)的所述前表面和/或后表面(9,10)之上。 According to any one of the preceding claims in the packaging, wherein the opening member is positioned in the stack (I) of the front surface and / or on the rear surface (9, 10).
8.根据前述权利要求中任意一项所述的幅材料的包装,其中所述前表面和后表面(9,10)是所述堆叠(I)的最大外表面。 Packaging according to any one of the preceding claims, said web material, wherein the front and rear surfaces (9, 10) is said stack (I) of the maximum outer surface.
9.根据权利要求8所述的幅材料的包装,其中所述前表面和后表面(9,10)每个都具有为所述堆叠的所述顶面、底面或侧面(5,6,7,8)中的任一个的最大面积的至少1.5倍、优选至少2倍的面积。 9. The packaging material web according to claim 8, wherein said front and rear surfaces (9, 10) each having a top surface, a bottom surface or a side surface of said stack (5,6,7 , 8) either a maximum area at least 1.5 times, preferably at least 2-fold area.
10.根据前述权利要求中任意一项所述的包装,其中所述包套件(14)由聚合物基材料或淀粉基材料构成。 According to any one of the preceding claims in the packaging, wherein said sheathing (14) is made of polymer-based material or a starch-based material.
11.根据前述权利要求中任意一项所述的包装,其中所述打开部件包括抓持件(15),所述抓持件(15)使得能够通过拉扯所述抓持件(15)来从所述堆叠(I)打开并移除所述包套件(14) ο According to any one of the preceding claims in the packaging, wherein the opening means comprises a gripping member (15), said gripping member (15) makes it possible by pulling the gripping member (15) from the stack (I) to open and removing the sheathing (14) ο
12.根据前述权利要求中任意一项所述的幅材料的包装,其中所述包套件(14)包括包绕条带,所述包绕条带被设置为环绕所述堆叠(I),优选在堆叠的前表面、后表面、顶面和底面之上延伸,以维持其完整性。 12. The package of any one of the preceding claims, said web material, wherein said sheathing (14) comprises a wrapping strip, the wrapping strip is provided to surround the stack (the I), preferably over the front surface, a rear surface, a bottom surface and a top surface extending stack, to maintain its integrity.
13.根据权利要求12所述的包装,其中所述包绕条带初始具备绕所述堆叠(I)闭合所述条带的封合件(19),优选粘着剂封合件(19)。 13. A package according to claim 12, wherein the wrap around the strip comprising an initial stack (I) of the closure member sealing strip (19), preferably the adhesive sealing member (19).
14.根据权利要求13所述的包装,其中所述封合件(19)可打开从而所述包套件(14)的预定打开包括断裂所述封合件(19)。 14. The package of claim 13, wherein said sealing member (19) so that the package can be opened a predetermined set (14) comprises breaking said opening sealing member (19).
15.根据前述权利要求中任意一项所述的包装,其中所述堆叠包括绕所述横向折叠线(4) Z折叠的至少一个连续幅材料(2,3)。 According to any one of the preceding claims in the package, wherein the stack comprises about the transverse fold lines (4) at least one continuous Z-folding the material web (3).
16.根据权利要求15所述的包装,其中所述幅材料(2,3)具备将所述幅分成独立薄片的弱线(12),所述弱线优选为穿孔线。 16. The package according to claim 15, wherein said web material (3) includes the sheet web into separate lines of weakness (12), the line of weakness is preferably a line of perforations.
17.根据权利要求16所述的包装,其中所述堆叠(I)包括通过弱线(12)被分成独立薄片的第一幅材料(2)和通过弱线(12)被分成独立薄片的第二幅(3)材料,所述第一和第二幅(2,3)彼此交错折叠以便形成所述堆叠(I),并且所述第一和第二幅(2,3)被布置成使得所述第一幅(2)的所述弱线(12)与所述第二幅(3)的所述弱线(12)沿所述幅相对于彼此偏置。 17. The package of claim 16, wherein the stack (I) by a line of weakness comprises (12) is divided into a separate sheet of material (2) into a first and a separate sheet by a line of weakness (12) two (3) material, the first and second web (2,3) to each other to form said interfolded stack (the I), and said first and second web (2,3) is arranged such that said first web (2) of the line of weakness (12) and the second web (3) of the line of weakness (12) along the web are offset relative to one another.
18.根据前述权利要求中任意一项所述的幅材料的包装,其中所述包装的所述高度(H)大于17cm、优选大于20cm、更优选大于22cm、最优选大于25cm。 18. A package according to any one of the preceding claims, said web material, wherein the height of the package (H) greater than 17cm, preferably greater than 20cm, more preferably greater than 22cm, most preferably greater than 25cm.
19.根据前述权利要求中任意一项所述的幅材料的包装,其中所述包装的所述高度(H)大于0.5X所述堆叠的长度(L)、优选大于0.75X所述堆叠的长度(L)、最优选大于所述堆叠的整个长度(L)。 19. A package according to any one of the preceding claims, said web material, wherein the height of the package (H) greater than the length of the stack 0.5X (L), preferably greater than the length of the stack of 0.75X (L), most preferably greater than the overall length (L) of the stack.
20.根据前述权利要求中任意一项所述的幅材料的包装,其中所述包装的所述高度(H)大于所述长度(L)并大于所述宽度(W)。 20. The package of any one of the preceding claims, said web material, wherein the height of the package (H) greater than the length (L) and greater than the width (W).
21.一种用于打开根据前述权利要求中任意一项所述的包装的方法,所述方法包括: 将所述包装定位成使得所述堆叠(I)支靠在其外表面(10)上,并且在所述堆叠支靠在所述外表面(10)上时从所述堆叠(I)移除所述包套件(14)。 21. A method for opening according to any one of the preceding claims in the package, the method comprising: the package positioned such that the stack (I) bearing against the outer surface (10) and the stack rests upon the outer surface (10) from said stack (I) removing the sheathing (14).
22.根据权利要求21所述的方法,其中所述外表面是所述堆叠的前表面或后表面。 22. The method of claim 21, wherein said outer surface is a front surface or a rear surface of the stack.
23.根据权利要求21或22所述的方法,其中所述包套件包括优选地具有抓持件(15)的打开部件,并且所述方法包括拉扯所述抓持件(15)从而从完整的所述堆叠移除所述包套件,优选地拉扯所述抓持件(15)从而从完整的所述堆叠打开和移除所述包套件。 23. The method of claim 21 or claim 22, wherein said kit comprises a package preferably has a gripping member (15) of the opening means and the method comprises pulling the gripping member (15) so as to complete the removing the stack of the sheathing, preferably to pull the gripping member (15) so as to open and removing the stacked packages from complete the kit.
24.根据权利要求21-23中任意一项所述的用于打开包装的方法,其中所述包装包括包套件,所述包套件形成环绕所述堆叠且在堆叠的所述外表面之上延伸的包绕条带,所述方法包括: 通过在所述堆叠仍然支靠在所述外表面上的同时让所述包绕条带的一部分在所述外表面下面滑动来从所述堆叠移除所述包绕条带。 21-23 24. The method of any one of the opened package, in which the package comprises a sheathing, said sheathing is formed around said stack and extending over the outer surface of the stack as claimed in claim wrap strips, the method comprising: removing from the stack through while still rests on the outer surface of said wrapped portion of the stack so that the strip slides below the surface of the outer said wrapped strips.
25.—种用于在分配器内装填至少一个堆叠的方法,所述分配器包括具有用于存储所述堆叠的存储空间的外壳,所述方法包括: 提供根据前述权利要求中任意一项所述的第一包装, 将所述第一包装定位在支承表面上,从而所述堆叠支靠在其面对所述支承表面的一个外表面上, 在所述包装支靠在所述支承表面上时移除根据权利要求21-24任意一项所述的所述第一包装的包套件,以便显示支靠在所述支承表面上的堆叠。 25.- method for filling at least one stack in a dispenser, said dispenser comprising a housing having a storage space for storing said stack, said method comprising: providing any one of the preceding claims is based of said first package, the first package is positioned on the support surface, so that the stack rests on an outer surface thereof facing the support surface of the package rests on the support surface upon removal of any one of claims 21-24 of the first package according to claim sheathing, so as to display the stack rests on the support surface.
26.根据权利要求25所述的方法,其中所述存储空间被设计成存储一个以上的堆叠,并且所述存储空间包括初始堆叠,所述方法包括: 将所述堆叠与所述初始堆叠互连。 26. The method of claim 25, wherein the storage space is designed to store more than one stack, and the storage space comprising an initial stack, said method comprising: the initial stack to the stack of interconnect .
27.根据权利要求26所述的方法,其中所述堆叠包括设置在其顶面和/或底面的连接器,所述堆叠的互连在所述堆叠支靠在所述支承表面上时经由所述连接器完成。 27. A method according to claim 26, wherein the stack comprises an interconnect disposed on the top and / or bottom of the connector, through the stack on the support surface against the support when the stack said connector is completed.
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