DE4241423B4 - Rectangular soft pack of a web of paper, plastic film or the like - Google Patents

Rectangular soft pack of a web of paper, plastic film or the like

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DE4241423B4
DE4241423B4 DE19924241423 DE4241423A DE4241423B4 DE 4241423 B4 DE4241423 B4 DE 4241423B4 DE 19924241423 DE19924241423 DE 19924241423 DE 4241423 A DE4241423 A DE 4241423A DE 4241423 B4 DE4241423 B4 DE 4241423B4
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perforation line
soft pack
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Peter Herold
Norbert Dr. Rink
Werner Schmitt
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Procter and Gamble Co
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
    • B65D75/00Packages comprising articles or materials partially or wholly enclosed in strips, sheets, blanks, tubes, or webs of flexible sheet material, e.g. in folded wrappers
    • B65D75/52Details
    • B65D75/58Opening or contents-removing devices added or incorporated during package manufacture
    • B65D75/5827Tear-lines provided in a wall portion
    • B65D75/5833Tear-lines provided in a wall portion for tearing out a portion of the wall
    • B65D75/5838Tear-lines provided in a wall portion for tearing out a portion of the wall combined with separate fixed tearing means, e.g. tabs

Abstract

A cuboidal soft pack of a web of paper, plastic film or the like for receiving a stack of tissue paper towels
A front and rear main surface (3, 4),
Two side surfaces (5, 6),
- One by the impacts (7 to 10) on the main and side surfaces (3, 4) downwardly projecting edge strips of the web (1) formed bottom surface (11) and
- One by the impacts (13 to 16) of the over the main and side surfaces (3, 4) upwardly protruding edge strip (17) of the web (1) formed top surface (12), wherein the opposite impacts (13, 14) of edge strips (17) projecting from the main surfaces (3, 4) form folding edges (26, 27) which extend from the corners (31, 32) respectively of one of the main surfaces (3, 4) to their free ends (24, 25) , and wherein in the upper edge region one of the main surfaces (3, 4) and in the adjoining edge strip (17) is bounded by a perforation line (18).

Description

  • The The invention relates to a parallelepipedic soft pack from a web of paper, plastic film or the like Picking up a pile of tissue handkerchiefs according to the preamble of claim 1.
  • Such a soft pack is from the DE 29 49 496 A1 In the case of this soft pack, the perforation line delimiting a tear tab in one of the main surfaces of the soft pack extends to the upper corner points of this main surface. Starting from there, short connection perforations are provided in the edge strip adjoining the main surface, the impact of which forms the top surface of the soft pack. When this perforation line is torn by means of an adhesive label on the tear-open tab delimited by the perforation line, a removal opening is formed which extends substantially only in the corresponding main area and due to the short terminal perforations in a short area into the cover area. The tear tab still hangs directly on the impact, which is adjacent to the main surface provided with the perforation line.
  • adversely in the known soft pack, especially if this paper is made, is the fact that already by a comparatively slight pull on the pull-tab, as he easily with every first tearing open the tab may occur, the pack in the area of the top surface over the End of the connection perforations out further uncontrolled and the tear-off tab with adhesive label breaks off, what on the one hand unsightly and on the other hand no longer resealable pack leads.
  • From the DE 39 11 779 A1 is a soft pack is known in which a tear tab is provided in the region of a major surface. The tear tab is delimited by a U-shaped perforation line whose U-leg forming, parallel portions terminate on an upper edge and from there each extend in the direction of the adjacent box corners. A disadvantage of this soft pack, however, is that when the tear tab tears the package in the opening area can continue to tear uncontrollably, which has a no longer completely resealable pack according to.
  • From the DE 39 15 192 A1 is a pack with a Aufreißlaschlbek, the tear-open is bounded by a U-shaped perforation line. The ends of the perforation line lie on an upper edge of the soft pack. This too can lead to an unwanted tearing of the tear-off when opening the soft pack.
  • The DE 39 20 065 A1 is directed to various embodiments of a soft tissue package. In one embodiment, the. Soft pack a by a U-shaped perforation line bounded tear tab on. The parallel sections of the perforation line which form the U-legs run on the side edges of the soft pack and accordingly end thereon. Even with this soft pack, the tear tab can continue uncontrolled when opening the soft pack.
  • The DE 89 01 535 U1 discloses a soft tissue package for which the closure tab is formed by a substantially U-shaped line of perforations. The U-base is positioned within the front broadside of the package while the U-legs extend along the top surface of the package. The citation does not show any impacts or fold lines of the soft pack in this area of the top surface DE 187 08 274 U1 shows a soft pack with a pull-tab defined by a semicircular perforation line terminating in the edge between the front major surface and the top surface of this soft pack. An extension of the perforation line in the region of the top surface is not disclosed. Although this publication shows impacts with folded edges in the area of the top surface, but does not teach the continuation of the perforation line in this area of the deck-side impacts.
  • outgoing of the disadvantages described in the prior art is the Invention the task of a soft pack of the generic type to improve so that an uncontrolled tearing open the tear tab while ensuring the reclosure possibility ensured is.
  • This object is achieved by the features specified in claim 1. The specified shaping of the perforation line ensures that the tear-open tab bounded therefrom separates in a defined manner from the web forming the main surface and the adjacent weft, without an uncontrolled tearing occurring in the region of the further wefts forming the cover surfaces. Rather, the tear tab hangs on the opposite impact of the top surface, which remains intact and thus secured against uncontrolled tearing. Moreover, since the impacts to form the top surface are particularly stable due to their two-ply nature in partial areas of the top surface, the tear tab with the adhesive label is fastened particularly stably to the package. It is further ensured that the U-leg forming portions of the perforation line at a significant distance - in practice about 1 cm - run from the corners of the main surface and so that not affect the bonding between the individual strikes the top surface.
  • to Forming the U-base forming portion of the perforation line in the area of the main area It should be noted that the course of the U-base is arcuate - as indicated in claim 2 -, rectangular or can be configured in the manner of a polygon.
  • By the specified in claim 2 arcuate design of the U-base forming section of the perforation line and its smooth transition in the U-leg forming portions of the perforation line is also a clean, defined tearing of the perforation line guaranteed. This is especially true for a more prone to uncontrolled tearing Soft pack of paper instead of plastic film of the case.
  • By the specified in claim 3 right-angle course of the U-legs forming sections the perforation line to the upper edge between the main surface and cover surface also becomes a defined tearing of the tear tab support because the direction of the perforation line sections in this area practically corresponds to the pulling direction in which the adhesive label and with it hanging pull tab be pulled away from the soft pack.
  • A Advantageous attachment of the adhesive label is in the claims 4 and 5 indicated. The tear tab stays with it over the entire surface covering Hang adhesive label. The reclosability So it will not be like the prior art through the intact connection the tear-open tab with its associated impact, but by the attachment the adhesive label on the opposite Impact and the supernatant over the adhesive label ensures the outline of the tear tab. The tear tab has in this state of the soft pack beyond the purpose that the wipes in the package do not match the adhesive surface of the Sticky labels come into contact.
  • By specified in claim 6 embodiment of the between the incisions the perforation line remaining webs is the perforation line especially good at tearing open the tear tab occurring tensile forces customized. In the area of the transverse to the direction of the U-base Accordingly, only short, easily separable webs are available, while in Area of the U-legs, which run parallel to the pulling direction, the Length of Platforms increases. By this measure, even in the state is unnecessary the technique indicated, continuous cut between the two to the corners running branches the perforation line.
  • The according to claim 7 provided additional perforation is a measure with the removal opening from the through the tear tab given size on the full width of the main surface the soft pack is enlarged, without compromising stability the soft pack especially when tearing open the tear tab is reduced. The additional perforation, transverse to the direction of the U-leg forming portions of the perforation line to the outer corners the main surface runs, namely tears when Rip the pull-tab not on, because in this process no separation forces on the Additional perforation occur. The latter bursts only when pulling out the first, in the direct Zugnffsbereich the removal opening lying Towel on. In this respect, no additional forces act in the area of the additional perforation, an uncontrolled tearing of the web over the Could cause perforation.
  • Further Features, details and advantages of the invention will become apparent the following description, in which an embodiment of the subject invention is explained in more detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. It shows:
  • 1 a perspective view of a soft pack in the closed state,
  • 2 a soft pack according to 1 in open condition,
  • 3 a soft pack according to 1 when opened and with the cloth pulled out,
  • 4 a perspective view of a soft pack according to 1 in an intermediate manufacturing step and
  • 5 a partial plan view of the web blank for a soft pack according to 1 ,
  • A soft packing according to the invention from a rectangular path 1 ( 5 ) made of paper serves for. Picking up a pile of paper tissues 2 ( 2 . 3 ). The soft pack thus represents a typical pack of ten for paper tissues.
  • It has a portrait-shaped cuboid shape with a front main surface 3 , a rear main surface 4 and two transverse side surfaces 5 . 6 on. Furthermore, the soft pack includes a through the impacts 7 . 8th . 9 . 10 of the main 3 . 4 and side surfaces 5 . 6 down overhanging edge strip of the web 1 formed floor area 11 , Corresponding to the top surface 12 the soft pack by the impacts 13 . 14 . 15 . 16 of the main 3 . 4 and side surfaces 5 . 6 upwards protruding marginal strip 17 ( 5 ) the train 1 educated. The overlapping areas of the impacts 7 to 11 respectively. 13 to 16 are connected by means of adhesive, so that the soft pack is closed on all sides.
  • In the upper edge area of the front main surface 3 as well as in the area of the subsequent impact 13 is one of a perforation line 18 bounded tear tab 19 intended. The perforation line 18 is U-shaped, wherein the U-base forming section 20 the perforation line 18 in the area of the front main surface 3 is arranged. this section 20 will be briefly referred to below as the base section.
  • The from the base section 20 outgoing, the U-legs forming, parallel sections 21 . 22 (Leg sections 21 . 22 ) of the perforation line 18 run parallel to the side surfaces 5 . 6 and with a clear distance a to these. The smooth transition between the arcuate base section 20 the perforation line 18 in her leg sections 21 . 22 is in the area of the upper edge 23 the soft packing between front main surface 3 and top surface 12 arranged. Here are the leg sections 21 . 22 at right angles above this upper edge 23 , They each end in the area of the free ends 24 . 25 the two lateral folding edges 26 . 27 that of the front main surface 3 assigned impact 13 the deck area 12 laterally to the impacts 15 . 16 the two side surfaces 5 . 6 limit. The maximum distance of the perforation line end from the respective free end 24 . 25 the fold edges 26 . 27 is one third of the length 1 of these fold edges 26 . 27 ,
  • The soft pack is also provided with an adhesive label 28 provided for repeated opening and reclosing of the soft pack. It has a U-shaped outer contour with an area that is significantly larger than the tear tab 19 is. The adhesive label 28 is glued to the soft pack so that it is on all sides over the overall outline of the pull tab 19 survives. So it is full-surface with the pull-tab 19 connected to the rear main surface 4 assigned impact 14 the top surface 12 permanently attached and in the in 1 shown, closed state of the soft pack with its over the tear tab 19 protruding edges 29 detachable and re-affixable to the corresponding areas of the soft pack in their cover 12 and front main surface 3 is glued on. At its front end is the adhesive label 28 with an adhesive-free handle edge 30 Mistake. At the adhesive of the adhesive label 28 It is a pressure-sensitive adhesive that can be removed without residue from the surface of the soft pack and pasted back.
  • How out 2 . 3 and 5 becomes clear is along the upper edge 23 between the front main surface 3 and the top surface 12 one each between the leg sections 21 . 22 and the corners 31 . 32 the front main surface 3 extending additional perforation 33 provided in the form of a relatively short incision.
  • Furthermore, it should be emphasized that the length of the between the incisions 34 the perforation line 18 remaining railway bridges 35 with increasing distance from the base section 20 the perforation line 18 increased. The length of the railway bridges 35 changes, for example, from 0.3 mm in the lowermost region of the base section 20 to 2.5 mm at the end of the leg sections 21 . 22 the perforation line 18 ,
  • When opening the soft pack for the first time, pull up the adhesive label 28 starting from the handle edge 30 the perforation line 18 successively from the base section 20 to the leg sections 21 . 22 torn open. Starting from the two ends of the leg sections 21 . 22 the perforation line tears the impact 13 due to the explained arrangement of the perforation line 18 defined up to the area of the free ends 24 . 25 the fold edges 26 . 27 further. Subsequently, by further pulling on the adhesive label 28 the rear main surface 4 assigned impact 14 due to an only moderately retaining adhesive bond with the two side surfaces 5 . 6 assigned impacts 15 . 16 lifted and into the in 2 shown position to be spent. When removing the first cloth 2 ' ( 3 ) rips the additional perforation 33 on. The package is thus opened on the full width and each cloth can be removed without wrinkles from the pack.
  • To reseal the adhesive label 28 in the in 1 shown position on the upper deck surface 12 or front main surface 3 glued. Despite the opening of the perforation line 18 Thus, the package is still virtually hermetically sealed, which the contents of the package is kept protected.

Claims (7)

  1. Rectangular soft pack made of a web of paper, plastic film or the like for receiving a stack of tissue handkerchiefs with - a front and back main surface ( 3 . 4 ), - two side surfaces ( 5 . 6 ), - one by the impacts ( 7 to 10 ) of the Main and side surfaces ( 3 . 4 ) downwardly projecting edge strips of the web ( 1 ) formed bottom surface ( 11 ) and - one by the impacts ( 13 to 16 ) of the main and side surfaces ( 3 . 4 ) upwardly projecting edge strip ( 17 ) the train ( 1 ) formed top surface ( 12 ), the opposing impacts ( 13 . 14 ) of the main surfaces ( 3 . 4 ) protruding edge strips ( 17 ) Folding edges ( 26 . 27 ) that form the corners ( 31 . 32 ) one of the main surfaces ( 3 . 4 ) to their free ends ( 24 . 25 ), and wherein in the upper edge region one of the main surfaces ( 3 . 4 ) and in the adjoining edge strip ( 17 ) one of a perforation line ( 18 ) bounded tear tab ( 19 ) provided with an adhesive label ( 28 ) is provided for repeated resealing of the pack, characterized in that the perforation line ( 18 ) Is U-shaped, wherein the U-base forming portion ( 20 ) of the perforation line ( 18 ) in the area of one main surface ( 3 ) and the outgoing, the U-legs forming, parallel sections ( 21 . 22 ) of the perforation line ( 18 ) so far from the side surfaces ( 5.6 ) are arranged so that they each in the region of the free ends ( 24 . 25 ) of the folding edges ( 26 . 27 ) in the top surface ( 12 ) between the impacts ( 13 . 15 . 16 ) of one main surface ( 3 ) and the adjacent side surfaces ( 5 . 6 ) terminate in endpoints whose distance from the respective free end ( 24 . 25 ) of the folding edges ( 26 . 27 ) a maximum of one third of the length (L) of the folded edges ( 26 . 27 ), whereby the impact ( 13 ) from the ends of the leg sections ( 21 . 22 ) to the area of the free ends ( 24 . 25 ) of the folding edges ( 26 . 27 ) when opened for the first time under defined tearing open of the tear-open tab ( 19 ) continues.
  2. A soft pack according to claim 1, characterized in that the U-base forming portion ( 20 ) of the perforation line ( 18 ) is arcuate and smooth in the U-leg forming sections ( 21 . 22 ) of the perforation line ( 18 ) passes over.
  3. A soft pack according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the portions forming the U-legs ( 21 . 22 ) of the perforation line ( 18 ) at right angles to the upper edge ( 23 ) between the one main surface ( 3 ) and top surface ( 12 ) run over this.
  4. A soft pack according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the adhesive label ( 28 ) at the impact ( 14 ) of the ceiling surface ( 12 ), which is the tear tab ( 19 ) impact ( 13 ) is opposite.
  5. A soft pack according to claim 4, characterized in that the adhesive label ( 28 ) on all sides over the outline of the pull tab ( 19 ) survives.
  6. A soft pack according to any one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the length of the between the cuts ( 34 ) of the perforation line ( 18 ) remaining webs ( 35 ) with increasing distance from the U-base forming portion ( 20 ) of the perforation line ( 18 ).
  7. A soft pack according to any one of claims 1 to 6, characterized in that along the upper edge ( 23 ) of the soft pack between the one main surface ( 3 ) and the top surface ( 12 ) one each between the U-leg forming sections ( 21 . 22 ) of the perforation line ( 18 ) and the corners ( 31 . 32 ) of one main surface ( 3 ) running additional perforation ( 33 ) is provided.
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