EP0133293B1 - Two-component package - Google Patents

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EP0133293B1
EP0133293B1 EP19840108855 EP84108855A EP0133293B1 EP 0133293 B1 EP0133293 B1 EP 0133293B1 EP 19840108855 EP19840108855 EP 19840108855 EP 84108855 A EP84108855 A EP 84108855A EP 0133293 B1 EP0133293 B1 EP 0133293B1
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Clemens Schumacher
Robert-Günter Finke
Jürgen Konetzka
Horst Lautenschläger
Albert Kolb
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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
    • B65D51/00Closures not otherwise provided for
    • B65D51/24Closures not otherwise provided for combined or co-operating with auxiliary devices for non-closing purposes
    • B65D51/28Closures not otherwise provided for combined or co-operating with auxiliary devices for non-closing purposes with auxiliary containers for additional articles or materials
    • B65D51/2807Closures not otherwise provided for combined or co-operating with auxiliary devices for non-closing purposes with auxiliary containers for additional articles or materials the closure presenting means for placing the additional articles or materials in contact with the main contents by acting on a part of the closure without removing the closure, e.g. by pushing down, pulling up, rotating or turning a part of the closure, or upon initial opening of the container
    • B65D51/2814Closures not otherwise provided for combined or co-operating with auxiliary devices for non-closing purposes with auxiliary containers for additional articles or materials the closure presenting means for placing the additional articles or materials in contact with the main contents by acting on a part of the closure without removing the closure, e.g. by pushing down, pulling up, rotating or turning a part of the closure, or upon initial opening of the container the additional article or materials being released by piercing, cutting or tearing an element enclosing it
    • B65D51/2842Closures not otherwise provided for combined or co-operating with auxiliary devices for non-closing purposes with auxiliary containers for additional articles or materials the closure presenting means for placing the additional articles or materials in contact with the main contents by acting on a part of the closure without removing the closure, e.g. by pushing down, pulling up, rotating or turning a part of the closure, or upon initial opening of the container the additional article or materials being released by piercing, cutting or tearing an element enclosing it said element being provided with a preformed weakened line

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  • The invention relates to a two-component pack with a cup arranged in the pack neck for receiving the one component and a screw cap assigned to the pack neck with a collar protruding into the cup, the end edge of which forms a butt edge for separating the. Bechers in the area of a predetermined breaking line by further screwing on the screw cap beyond the basic sales position.
  • A two-component pack of this type is known from GB-PS 1 083 335. The cylindrical collar formed centrally on the screw cap cover and the base of the cup extending in front of it form the actual receiving chamber of the one component. The predetermined breaking line lies in the bottom edge zone. In the basic sales position, the front edge lies there. According to the exemplary embodiment explained, the one component is powdery material. The sealing relationships between the cup and the collar take this into account accordingly. Such a package is therefore less suitable for liquid components; for example, due to the capillary action in the joint between the cup and neck, a not inconsiderable proportion of the mixture would be withdrawn. In addition, there are also disadvantages in terms of construction in that a tight seal that is matched to the conditions of liquid media complicates the assignment of the lid due to the compression of the enclosed air. Finally, there is also a disadvantage for the dispensing of the mixture in that the bottom resulting as a disc may lie in front of the discharge opening in a blocking manner. Finally, the required breaking line at the level of the floor can practically only be achieved in a tool-intensive manner. Even small tolerance deviations can lead to the fact that the bottom is already separated simply by assigning the screw cap for lack of noticeable resistance. The contents of the package may become unusable unnoticed. On the other hand, a response threshold which is too hard for use is disadvantageous in that unusual screw actuation forces have to be applied. This may just result in a slight bulging of the floor and not in the desired separation.
  • Furthermore, a similar two-component pack is known from GB-PS 1 557 521, which, however, has no screw cap. The separation principle there is therefore of a different kind. There, the separation of the cup is effected by the rotary movement of the cap and the lower part is practically stalled. For this purpose, relatively complicated means have to be used, namely primarily a special design of the bottle neck. The bottle neck forms axially lying ribs on the inside. The distance between the individual ribs leads to engagement grooves for cup-like, strip-like projections. The latter sit on the lower, detachable part of the cup. This detachable part is held against rotation by the meshing of the ribs or strips. The upper part of the cup is in rotational engagement with the clipped-on cap. Similar coupling means are used for this. This configuration is complicated and requires production. The cup is bound to very specific container shapes (which have the necessary countermeasures in the neck).
  • It remains then to achieve the object, form a GAF = tungsgem, ate two-component package so that, when relieved, simpler manufacturing a ready favorable in view of the severing arrangement is provided and in which the sealing bring forces not in the direction of separation of the mug.
  • This object is achieved by the invention specified in claim 1.
  • The subclaims are advantageous developments of the two-component pack according to the invention.
  • As a result of such designs, a two-component pack of particularly high utility value is achieved: Because the predetermined breaking line is now provided at a distance from the cup bottom, the collar no longer exerts a compressive effect like a piston; rather, the collar only runs a short distance inside the cup. This has significant advantages, especially for automatic filling. Since the predetermined breaking point is formed by a ring step of the cup jacket wall lying in the cup, the best conditions result for the separation of the cup. The corresponding forces of the collar act directly on the ring step from above, i.e. in the most stable plane of the cup. Advantageously, the abutting edge of the collar is approximately flush with the ring step of the cup wall. The upper section of the cup, which is wider in cross section, serves as a guide surface for the collar. This means that there can be no different loads in the area of the predetermined breaking line. In addition, it proves to be easy to assign that the outer surface of the collar is sealed off from the inside of the cup outer wall by a bead located near the collar abutting edge in the basic sales position. This makes it easy to move through the start area; the sealing effect only occurs at the last moment. The compression that then occurs in the interior of the cup is only slight. The tightness achieved even leads to a small pack that can be stored in isolation for one component. The cup itself is held securely in the neck. It is also advantageous that the cup is conical at least below the ring step. If the ring step is located approximately at half the height of the cup, this results in advantageous stackability of the cups. This is particularly favorable for magazine storage, of course also for warehousing and shipping. A safe fixing of the cup also results from the fact that the cup jacket wall is tied in the packing neck via a clip step located near the mouth of the packing neck and the outer surface of the cup jacket wall runs below the clip step at a distance from the inside surface of the packing neck. The distance there provides advantageous radial flexibility, which benefits the seal between the collar and the cup. On the other hand, the position of the clip step that is as close as possible to the mouth brings the advantageous effect of the tight closure only at the last moment of the cup assignment. The screw cap itself is also held in clips on the pack. In this regard, the procedure is such that the screw cap locks behind a clip shoulder of the neck in the basic sales position and the lowest area of the screw thread is composed of individual threaded cams lying one behind the other in the circumferential direction with an interruption. This interrupted pre-thread allows the cap to be simply pressed on, the thread cams being skipped by the internal thread of the screw cap until the clip point is reached. The one-sided flank support of the thread given by the pre-thread favors the tilt-free screwing on of the cap. The cams are advantageously lenticular and of different heights. This measure also favors the bouncing of the screw cap. In the basic sales position reached, the butt edge of the collar is still at a distance from the ring step. According to this, a willful screwing is required, this by overcoming the frictional forces on the sealing bead, in order to reach the intermediate position which enables the lower cup section to be braced. In particular for manufacturing reasons, it is advantageous that the clip step and the clip shoulder are arranged approximately on the same cross-sectional plane. Above all, when the clip step is formed from the wall material of the neck, the material displaced outwards can be used to form the clip shoulder (simple material shifting). Another advantageous feature is that the ring step is formed by a bridge between two sections of the ring that are offset in the radial direction The corresponding jacket wall offset can easily be produced by injection molding. Advantageously, this is based on an offset dimension which corresponds approximately to the thickness of the jacket wall. The height of the offset edges, one of which represents the ring step on the inside of the mug, determines the tear resistance of the material bridge .
  • In order to improve the possibility of being able to reliably deliver cups and screw caps in prefilled form practically as small quantities, the invention further proposes that the bead of the cup wall be gripped behind by a clip shoulder of the collar. There is a firm interlocking of the capsule-forming parts (cup plus screw cap). The closing path does not have to be covered again to release the contents; rather, the predetermined breaking point is destroyed when the cap is completely screwed on to the larger-volume packaging. In the case of such a two-component pack, it also proves to be advantageous that the cup wall forms a supporting wall on its outer surface, adjacent to the section on the cup bottom, which emerges from the section in front of the predetermined breaking point and extends to the level of the cup bottom underside . Such a support wall acts as a spacer and keeps the detachable portion of the cup free from assembly loads. Instead of, for example, individual feet, the supporting wall can advantageously be formed by a closed ring collar, as a result of which the closing loading forces are distributed over the entire jacket wall cross section. It is also advantageous that the jacket wall of the cup wall has spacing ribs. The latter provide a balanced support in the bottle neck, but on the other hand stabilize the cup itself in an advantageous manner. It is also advantageous that the rim of the cup forms an annular groove which is open at the top. The edge becomes relatively flexible, which helps to achieve the tightly fitting seat. Finally, an advantageous embodiment is achieved by several beads of the cup wall lying one above the other in the vertical direction. Such beads define different interlocking depths, for example, with the respective plugging position being secured. They also let air escape when skipping.
  • Further advantages and details of the subject matter of the invention are explained in more detail below on the basis of two illustrative exemplary embodiments. It shows
    • 1 the cup according to the first embodiment in individual representation, partly in view, partly in section,
    • 2 the pack neck, also partly in view, partly in section,
    • 3 the associated screw cap in individual representation, partially broken open,
    • 4 the pack neck in section, with an associated cup,
    • 5 is a bottom view of the screw cap showing the cams forming an auxiliary thread,
    • 6 shows a vertical section in the region of the pack neck of the two-component pack, specifically in the basic sales position, in an enlarged representation compared to the previous figures,
    • 7 is an enlargement from FIG. 6, with particular clarification of the clip step and clip shoulder as well as the sealing bead,
    • 8 is a section corresponding to FIG. 6, but with the cup section being caulked,
    • 9 a development of the screw cap thread,
    • 10 the cup with the opening pointing downward according to the second exemplary embodiment, also partly in section, partly in view,
    • 11 the associated screw cap which can be connected to the cup to form a hermetically sealed small package or capsule, likewise in half section and
    • Fig. 12 Cup and screw cap in a state already connected to a capsule, and screwed onto a bottle neck (the left half of the cut shows the situation before the release of one component and the right half after the release of one component by prying off the bottom section of the cup).
  • The two-component pack holds one component 1 in a cup embedded in the pack neck 1 and the other component 11 in the larger-volume pack 3.
  • To mix both components, the cup 2 is separated. A screw cap 4 designed as a closure serves as a separating tool.
  • The cup 2, which is made of plastic, forms an outwardly directed edge 5 in its upper, essentially cylindrical section. This overlaps the corresponding end edge 1 'of the packing neck 1. The edge 5 does not protrude outwards and defines the hanging depth of the cup 2. The latter is, however, additionally secured against falling out. For this purpose, the cup wall W is tied in the pack neck via a clip step St located near the mouth 6 of the pack neck 1. This clip step is realized by an annular rib 7 on the outer surface of the cup jacket wall W, which annular rib 7 engages in an annular groove 8 of the same shape on the inner surface of the packing neck 1.
  • The outer surface of the cup jacket wall W runs below the clip step St at a distance x from the inner surface of the packing neck 1 (cf. FIG. 7). This allows the cup 2 to be inserted comfortably. The sealing assignment arises only at the last moment of the insertion assignment, with friction occurring between the annular rib 7 and the cylindrical inner surface of the packing neck 1. Due to the proximity to the mouth 6, this zone of increased friction is considerably reduced; there is also no significant compression in the interior of the pack when assigning the cups. Even a little compression would not be able to push the cup out again. The clip forces are adjusted accordingly.
  • The cup 2, which can be separated by means of the screw cap 4, forms a predetermined breaking line. The latter is formed by an annular step A of the cup jacket wall W lying inside the cup and at a distance y from the cup base 2 ". The abutting edge 9 'of a collar 9 of the screw cap 4 which enters the cup from above meets the latter. The latter is rooted in the screw cap cover 10 and is designed as a cylindrical ring wall, the abutting edge extends perpendicular to the longitudinal center axis zz of the rotationally symmetrical two-component pack.
  • The collar 9 continues upwards into a muzzle tube 11 which tapers continuously towards the free end. Its mouth opening 12 is kept closed by a molded plug 13. It is a tamper-evident closure. The abutting edge 9 'of the collar 9 is essentially flush with the ring step A of the cup wall W. The spacing dimension y corresponds to approximately 2/3 of the height of the cup 2.
  • In the basic sales position shown in FIG. 6, the abutting edge 9 'of the collar 9 lies at a distance from the ring step A.
  • The outer surface of the collar 9 is sealed to the inner surface of the cup wall in the basic sales position by a bead 14 located near the collar abutting edge 9 '. The bead 14, which is designed as an annular rib and extends parallel to the abutting edge 9 ′, is formed by an annular rib of the cup 2. The bead 14 is as close as possible to the abutting edge 9 ', so that here too, when the screw cap is assigned, the friction and sealing are only present at the last moment, so that the screw cap 4 cannot be braced against the internal pressure which forms. There is also a safety precaution. The latter consists in the screw cap 4 locking in the basic sales position behind a clip shoulder 15 of the packing neck 1. The clip shoulder 15 extends approximately on the same cross-sectional plane as the clip step St. The shoulder-forming wall section consists practically or in part of the displacement material of the annular groove 8. The counter-shoulder 16 on the screw cap side is an annular rib directed towards the cap.
  • In the basic sales position defined by the clip shoulder 15, there is already a thread engagement between the screw cap 4 and the packing neck 1. The screw cap 4 is simply bounced. The lowest area of the screw thread 17 of the cap 4 comes into engagement with the external thread 18 on the packing neck. The external thread 18 is seated on a somewhat widened, lower section of the packing neck 1. For easier assignment, this area of the thread lying at the bottom is composed of individual thread cams 17 'which are arranged one after the other in the circumferential direction with an interruption. The latter form a kind of auxiliary or pre-thread. It extends over a 360 ° circulation area. Then the full thread starts. The individual thread cams 17 'are approximately lenticular. The lens shape brings convex curves both in the direction of rotation of the screw cap 4 and in the transverse direction of the same (cap attachment direction). The distance between them corresponds to approximately one cam length. A total of 8 cams extend over the circumference. They have different heights, so that the transfer of the external thread 18 is facilitated when bouncing or screwing on. For screwing on there is the advantage of a tilt-free assignment of the screw cap 4.
  • The two-component pack is filled as follows:
    • First, the larger volume pack 3 is filled with component II. The filling height takes into account the insertion depth of the cup 2. The latter is introduced into the pack neck in the manner explained. The cup 2 is filled with the component I. The screw cap 4, which acts as a closure element and tool, is then applied. The basic sales position results from the clip shoulder 15, which is run over by the counter shoulder 16 of the screw cap. The mouth-side flank is correspondingly beveled, while the lower flank of the clip shoulder 15 runs much steeper. At this stage, the lowest area of the screw thread 17, formed by the thread cams 17 ', is in engagement with the external thread 18. Only by further turning the screw cap 4 in the direction of the arrow 20 (see FIG. 3) does it approach the abutting edge 9 'of the collar of the ring step A of the cup jacket wall W. The thread engagement between the screw cap 4 and the packing neck 1 is of such a length that the lower section 2 "of the cup 2 is separated when screwing on further, ie the film hinge-like material bridge 21 between the two Sections 2 "and 2"'of the cup shell wall W which are offset in the radial direction are torn. The separated cup section 2 "falls into the pack 3. Both components can now be mixed by shaking. The blasted-off cup section 2 "also serves as a shaking mixing body. During shaking, the tight seal between the collar 9 and the section 2"', which is now only a sealing member, is fully maintained.
  • To dispense the mixture, only the plug 13 then has to be removed.
  • The offset of the wall sections 2 ″ and 2 ′ ″ to one another corresponds to somewhat more than the thickness of the cup jacket wall W. Both jacket wall sections overlap one another in the region of the material bridge 21. The degree of overlap corresponds to approximately one fifth of the thickness of the jacket wall. Below the ring step A, the cup 2 is frustoconical.
  • The two-component pack according to the second embodiment is basically of the same structure; the reference numbers are, as far as necessary for understanding, correspondingly entered in FIGS. 10 to 12. In a further development, the lateral surface of the cup wall W has spacing ribs 22 which extend in the insertion direction of the cup 2 and which clamp against the inner wall of the packing neck 1 and thus provide good rotational security. In addition, such spacer ribs 22 stiffen the cup wall W. The rib width corresponds to the intermediate rib-free zone.
  • On the cup edge side, the spacing ribs 22 run into a diverging edge section 5 ', forming a frustoconical contact surface, which dips sealingly into the neck 1 and, due to an upwardly open annular groove 23, is particularly elastic. The ring groove, seen in cross-section, is shaped like a notch valley with an obliquely outward flank and a steep, i.e. Flank running concentrically to the longitudinal center axis z-z rotationally symmetrical two-component pack.
  • The butt edge 9 ', which is essentially aligned with the ring step A of the cup wall W, extends in the position shown on the left in FIG. 121 to a smaller distance from the ring step A than in FIG. 6, so that a flatter small pack is therefore already achieved.
  • The collar 9 protruding into the cup 2 is now no longer exclusively frictionally secured against withdrawal according to FIG. For this purpose, the cup wall W forms at least one annular bead 14 on the inside. The latter extends horizontally in the vicinity of the ring step A and is engaged behind by an annular clip shoulder 24 formed on the outer surface of the collar 9. This clip shoulder, located at a short distance from the free end of the collar 9, is resilient when the cup and screw cap are connected. As can be seen from the drawing, three beads 14 of the cup wall lying one above the other in the vertical direction are formed on the inside. The distance between the beads 14 corresponds approximately to twice the width of a bead, which beads also provide a good seal in addition to the axial fixing of the parts forming a capsule.
  • To fill the capsule that holds a small amount of component, the screw cap according to FIG. 11 is placed on the back. The upwardly facing collar 9 thus forms a cup-like filling space on the inside. The cup is then assigned with the cup opening facing downwards. Depending on the depth of indentation of the cup, the clip shoulder 24 successively overflows one or more beads 14 defining the insertion depth.
  • In order to keep away any impairment from the bottom-side section 2 "connected to the upper section 2" 'of the cup via the predetermined breaking line during this assembly, the cup wall W continues adjacent to the cup-bottom side section 2 "into a support wall 25 The support wall arises from the area of the predetermined breaking point and is advanced to the level of the bottom of the cup bottom 26. The end face 25 'can even protrude slightly from this bottom of the cup bottom 26 with slight axial compression of the jacket wall not to the bottom of the cup bottom 26. In addition to the protective wall formed by the support wall 25, a further protective cover can also be used, namely the essentially cylindrical cup wall 27 of the screw cap 4, by the end face 25 ' the support wall 25 in alignment, ie level same orientation to the end wall 27 'of the cap wall 27 is brought. With this full immersion position, the small annular gap between the abutting edge 9 'of the collar 9 is retained. In addition, there remains a distance D between the top 5 ″ of the collar 9 and the corresponding inner surface 10 ′ of the screw cap cover 10.
  • The spacer ribs 22 terminate at the same level as the end face 25 ', so that the contact surface is enlarged by the end faces of the spacer ribs.
  • For use, the capsule of the larger-volume package 3, for example containing water, is also assigned here under threaded engagement 16/18 of screw cap 4 and bottle neck 1. This results in a basic position, as can be seen from the left half of FIG. 12, in which components I and 11 are still separated. Only by turning the screw cap 4 further does the abutting edge 9 'of the collar approach the ring step A of the cup wall W. The thread engagement between the screw cap 4 and the packing neck is of such a length that the lower section 2 "of the cup 2 is cut off while screwing on, whereas the upper section 2 "'remains in the bottle neck. The hinge-like mate material bridge 21 between the two sections 2 "and 2"'of the cup wall W which are offset from one another in the radial direction. The separated cup section 2 "falls into the pack 3. Both components can now be mixed well by shaking. The detached container section 2" also serves as a shaking mixing body. The seal between the collar and the cup wall is maintained during shaking.
  • After removing the screw cap 4, the mixed substance can be dispensed.

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1. A two-component pack having a beaker (2) arranged in the neck (1) of the pack for receiving the one component (I) and a screw-cap (4) associated with the neck of the pack and having, projecting into the beaker, a collar (9) the front rim of which forms a ram edge (9') for severing the beaker in the region of a predetermined line of break by screwing the screw-cap up further beyond the normal position at sale, characterized in that the ram edge (9') of the collar (9) seats flush against an annular step (A) in the wall (W) of the beaker, which is arranged at a distance (y) above the bottom (2') of the beaker to form the predetermined point of break and lies below a bead (14) directed inwards, which projects from the inner face of the beaker wall (W) to come against the surface of the collar (9).
2. A two-component pack as in Claim 1, characterized in that the beaker (2) is of frustoconical shape at least below the annular step.
3. A two-component pack as in Claim 1, characterized in that the sidewall (W) of the beaker is fastened into the neck (1) of the pack via a snap-in step (St) lying near the mouth (6) of the neck (1) of the pack and the outer face of the sidewall (W) of the beaker below the snap-in step (St) runs at a distance (x) from the inner face of the neck (1) of the pack.
4. A two-component pack as in Claim 1, characterized in that the screw-cap (4) in the normal position at sale is trapped behind a snap-in shoulder (15) on the neck (1) of the pack and the range of the thread (17) lying at the very bottom of the screw-cap is composed of individual screw cams (17') lying one behind the other interruptedly in the circumferential direction.
5. A two-component pack as in Claim 4, characterized in that the screw cams (17') are of lenticular shape.
6. A two-component pack as in Claim 5, characterized in that adjacent screw cams (17') have different heights.
7. A two-component pack as in Claim 1, characterized in that the ram edge (9') of the collar (9) in the normal position at sale lies at a distance from the annular step (A).
8. A two-component pack as in Claims 3 and 4, characterized in that the snap-in step (St) and the snap-in shoulder (15) are arranged on about the same cross-sectional plane.
9. A two-component pack as in Claim 1, characterized in that the annular step (A) is formed by a bridge (21) between two portions (2", 2"') of the beaker sidewall (W), which lie offset with respect to one another in the radial direction.
10. A two-component pack as in Claim 1, characterized in that a snap-in shoulder (24) on the collar (9) engages behind the bead (14) on the beaker wall (W).
11. A two-component pack as in Claim 1, characterized in that the beaker wall (W) forms on its surface adjacent to the portion (2") next the bottom of the beaker a supporting wall (25) which arises from the portion lying in front of the predetermined point of break and reaches down to the level of the underside (26) of the beaker bottom.
12. A two-component pack as in Claim 11, characterized in that the supporting wall (25) is formed of a closed annular collar.
13. A two-component pack as in Claim 10 or 11, characterized in that the surface of the beaker wall (W) carries spacer-ribs (22).
14. A two-component pack as in Claim 10 or 11, characterized in that the edge (5) of the beaker (2) forms an annular groove (23) open upwards.
15. A two-component pack as in Claim 10, characterized by beads (14) of the beaker wall (W), lying one above the other in the vertical direction.
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