EP2267684A1 - Multi-layer sticker for sticking to a curved, in particular cylindrical surface of an object - Google Patents

Multi-layer sticker for sticking to a curved, in particular cylindrical surface of an object Download PDF

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EP2267684A1
EP2267684A1 EP20100167229 EP10167229A EP2267684A1 EP 2267684 A1 EP2267684 A1 EP 2267684A1 EP 20100167229 EP20100167229 EP 20100167229 EP 10167229 A EP10167229 A EP 10167229A EP 2267684 A1 EP2267684 A1 EP 2267684A1
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    • G09EDUCATION; CRYPTOGRAPHY; DISPLAY; ADVERTISING; SEALS
    • G09FDISPLAYING; ADVERTISING; SIGNS; LABELS OR NAME-PLATES; SEALS
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    • Y10T428/24521Structurally defined web or sheet [e.g., overall dimension, etc.] including variation in thickness with component conforming to contour of nonplanar surface
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The label (1) has a support foil (2) and spare labels (20a-20c), which are removably fixed to the support foil. The spare labels are connected with the support foil in partial area (21) of surface area (25), and another partial area (22) of the surface area of the spare labels is assigned to an edge (24) of the spare labels. The former partial area of the surface area extends over width of 2 mm from another edge (23) of the spare labels. The spare labels are arranged adjacent to each other in a foil position.

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  • The invention relates to a multi-layer label for adhering to a curved, in particular cylindrical surface of an article, such as a supply pack of the daily necessities of life or a container intended for professional applications. Often cylindrical, especially circular cylindrical objects are pasted over with a label. For such labels are required, which consist of several layers and have a removable part, which must be separated later from the aufgespendeten on the article Gesamtetikett and glued onto another object.
  • Thus, for example, in the field of pharmacy, so-called "vial" containers are used in which a medicament fluid or the like is stored; especially for those medications that are to be administered by syringes. For this purpose, not only the "vial" or the ampoule bottle to be provided with a label, but also to be used for injection syringe. In hospital operations, especially in emergency rooms and intensive care units, confusion of patient-specific drug doses must be avoided at all costs. This requires labeling both the ampoule and the syringes immediately after filling the syringe. Therefore, on the multi-layer label and the removable label part are relevant information, such as the drug name or the trade name of the drug, its dose or concentration, the manufacturer, the expiration date etc. indicated. On the removable, attached to the syringe label part at least some of this information for later identification of the filled syringe are provided. The label transferred to the syringe later enters the medical record.
  • Such safety measures are used not only for single-use drug packages but also for multiple-use ones. For example, the date and time of collection, the quantity withdrawn or the name of the respective physician or medical assistant are to be noted on the transferred label part. In emergency rooms and intensive care units, such operations are carried out under pressure of time and success; In addition, the medical staff usually wear gloves, which makes it difficult to detach individual, usually small label parts. But in other applications without time-critical or treatment-related concomitant circumstances, it is desirable to separate a part of a label easier and faster, especially when using gloves.
  • WO 99/21156 and EP 1276089 B1 disclose multi-layered labels for dispensing on curved surfaces with a carrier foil and several storage labels. The supply labels project in the axial direction over the carrier film, but follow the upwardly continued, partially cylindrical surface of the donated carrier film. Otherwise, however, the storage label in each case adheres over a large area to the carrier film.
  • It is the object of the present invention to provide a particular for dispensing on a curved surface of an article label that already because of his Structure allows even easier and / or faster detachment of a label part, especially in the case of the use of gloves in the handling of the labeled items.
  • This object is achieved according to the invention by a multilayer label for adhering to a curved, in particular cylindrical surface of an article, wherein the multilayer label has at least the following:
    • a carrier film and
    • at least one supply label, which is peelably adhered to the carrier film,
    • wherein the at least one supply label is connected in at least a first portion of its base with the carrier film, whereas at least a second portion of the base of the at least one supply label, which is associated with a first edge of the supply label, without a firm connection to the carrier film.
  • The invention is based on a multilayer label which has at least one carrier foil and at least one supply label glued on or below the carrier foil. The multi-layer label is not to be confused with the commercial packaging of a variety of labels on a common carrier, because the carrier film forms itself a part of the multi-layer label, i. She is even with donated and serves on the back, for example, even as an adhesive surface.
  • According to the invention, each storage label adheres to the carrier foil only in a smaller partial area of its base area and is glued detachably there. In the second subarea, however, the at least one supply label is loose or owns no such adhesive or partially adhesive bond to the carrier film. This has the consequence that the main part of the storage label is depending on the curvature of the overall label from the carrier foil stands out, ie forms a protruding flag. The stiffness of the storage label alone causes it to raise itself over the surface of the carrier film independently, without external action by the user.
  • This effect envisaged according to the invention does not necessarily occur in the multi-layered label according to the invention, but, depending on the embodiment, only after the multi-layered label has been dispensed on an article with a curved surface or only after an additional preparation on the article that has already been labeled. In all cases, however, it is exploited that the multi-layered label and its carrier film after dispensing assume the same curvature of the labeled surface of the article. Conventionally, on the other hand, attempts have been made to achieve, by means of a surface area that is as complete as possible or large, under the "subsidiary label", that it rests reliably on the arched carrier foil.
  • According to the invention, the contrary idea is pursued; the at least one supply label is intended to rise above the carrier film, namely over a large area and without external influence. While such a self-erecting, projecting "flag" may from a conventional point of view be distracting in the handling of the labeled product; especially if two or more of them are present on the multilayer overall label. However, the label according to the invention facilitates, at least at the moment in which it depends on the quick and easy replacement of the supply label (also when using gloves), the rapid separation of stock label and total label.
  • According to the invention, a substantial part of the base area of the storage label, which is assigned to a first edge of the storage label, is formed without an adhesive, partially adhesive or otherwise adhering connection to the carrier film. While a first part of the base area of the storage label has such an adhesive connection to the carrier film, the essential, second part of the storage label base lies only loosely on the carrier film and later self-adjusts. It is provided that the second portion of the base of the at least one supply label from a (first) lateral edge or edge region, i. a (preferably straight) edge of the stock label emanates. At this first edge, the at least one stock label is directed over the carrier film. On the other hand, at a further, preferably opposite edge or edge region, the storage label is glued detachably to the carrier film. The first area, starting from the first edge, may extend to the center of area of the stock label or beyond. Thus, according to the invention, each storage label lifts off over a large area from the carrier film.
  • Depending on the embodiment, the storage label or the entire carrier film together with the storage label can protrude from the curved surface. In particular, the carrier film can be provided below the stock label or (as an outer cover film) also above the stock label. In both cases, there is no firm connection to the carrier film in the second area of the base area of the stock label. Instead, the at least one store label will self-align as soon as the dispensing on the object or at the latest a subsequent preparation permits this.
  • It is preferably provided that the first edge, to which the second subregion of the at least one supply label is assigned, limits the supply label to a direction of unrolling of the multi-layer label. Since the multi-layer label is intended for gluing on a curved, in particular cylindrical surface, a unrolling direction is predetermined by the structure of the multilayer label. This is the direction in which the label is unrolled when dispensed on the article, i. the direction in which the surface portion of the label already adhered during dispensing increases. For example, when applied to an article having a vertical axis of symmetry, the label is adhered horizontally to the article. The left end of the label comes first to lie on the curved surface of the object, the right end of the label, however, last or vice versa. Likewise, the respective supply labels come to lie one after the other on the object. Accordingly, the unwinding direction to the left or right, so that the first edge of the stock labels is located on the left or right and in particular to the next adjacent stock label has.
  • It is preferably provided that the first subregion of the base surface of the at least one supply label extends over a width of at least 2 mm, starting from a further edge of the at least one supply label opposite the first edge. The adhesive film, by which the storage label adheres to the carrier film, is thus arranged on the opposite edge. According to the minimum width of the adhesive area of only two millimeters can the inventory label over a large area, almost completely over the entire surface of the carrier sheet erect, whereas only a small, at least 2 mm wide edge region adheres to the carrier film.
  • Thereby, and by the idea underlying the invention, that the storage label straighten itself on the convex surfaces on curved surfaces by itself and over a large area over the carrier film, there is no longer a need for grip tabs, which are still conventionally required to deduct stock labels from the carrier film enable or facilitate.
  • The outline of the base of the storage label is rectangular (corresponding to a rectangular labeling field) or at least (except for any corner rounding) adapted to a rectangular basic shape.
  • Preferably, a plurality of storage labels is provided, preferably in a single film layer. Each stock label represents a "daughter label" of the entire multi-layer label which, if necessary, is released from the labeled article and adhered to another article. In particular, when dosing to be administered drugs such as multi-dose packs such as "vials" or other containers, the multiple removal of each a supply label may be displayed. The stock labels of the same film layer can be arranged directly adjacent to each other or spaced apart.
  • Preferably, all stock labels on the same edge of its base, for example, on the left edge loose, ie formed without adhesive bond to the carrier film, so that all Stock labels protrude in the same direction around the circumference of the labeled article.
  • In the first base area, approximately in the vicinity of the first (for example, left) edge, all storage labels are adhesive-free or non-adhesive. For this purpose, the first surface area of the supply label can also be provided with a neutralized layer whose original adhesive effect is canceled. At a further, preferably opposite edge is located on the stock label an adhesive that adheres to the stock label stronger than on the carrier film. For this example, the carrier film is siliconized.
  • The carrier film has a first and a second end, whereby the carrier film is bounded on both sides in the circumferential direction. In between, the carrier film is non-adhesive on at least one side, for example siliconized, in order to be able to attach and remove the at least one supply label. The backing sheet is preferably bounded by straight edges, some of which represent the two ends. The first edge and the further edge of the at least one supply label then run parallel to the straight edges at the first and second ends of the carrier film, even after attachment to the curved object. In particular, it is provided that the base surface of the carrier film completely overlaps the base surfaces of the at least one supply label and that the carrier film with its first and second end extends laterally beyond all supply labels. Thus, the support film extends at least in the circumferential direction of the labeled article on both sides beyond the stock or labels.
  • Preferably, the multi-layered label is designed so that it can be adhered as a whole to a curved, in particular cylindrical surface of an article by a rolling process, in which case the first and the second end of the carrier film (or an underlying film) successively on the surface of the article to come to rest. The multi-layer label is thus designed so that it can wrap around a curved object or stick around. This requires on the one hand a certain flexibility of the multi-layer label as a whole, but also a suitable arrangement or orientation of the cut edges of the one or more supply labels as well as the adhesive layer areas between stock label and carrier film; The arrangement and orientation of these elements must be based on the course of the later circumferential direction or the axial direction after dispensing on an object.
  • In particular, the multi-layered label is designed so that it can be attached to a curved surface of an article in such a way that the at least one supply label protrudes from the curved surface due to its rigidity. In particular, in the case of multiple supply labels on a multi-layer label, each supply label stands out individually as a self-righting flag. Likewise, the carrier film as a whole, if it is outside, can protrude from the curved surface. In this case, it is easy to bend to replace one of the supply labels.
  • Preferably, the multi-layered label is designed so that, after adhering along a circumference of a curved surface of an article, each supply label has its second partial region of its base area in the circumferential direction Tendentially protrudes from the curved surface of the object. Preferably, as far as several storage labels are provided, all of them are in the same direction from the scope of the object. Even if the supply labels do not protrude immediately after dispensing of the multilayer "mother label" due to an outer carrier foil or cover foil, the parent label can be prepared at least so (for example by unilateral detachment of the outermost foil) that the storage labels and / or straighten the carrier foil against the curved surface.
  • Preferably, at least two supply labels are arranged side by side between the first and second ends (the left and right ends) of the carrier film. Their base areas do not overlap, but at most directly adjoin one another. Carrier film and stock labels are preferably formed from plastic. This brings advantages, for example, in medical applications; In addition, such films are more tear resistant than paper films. In particular, the base material of the carrier film and the storage labels may be made of plastic.
  • Preferably, the carrier film and the at least one supply label each have only a single film, in particular only a single plastic film.
  • Preferably, the at least one supply label is printed with first information. This information may contain not only general information identifying the product of its class (for example, the product or drug name, trade name, manufacturer or supplier, etc.), but also specific information about the personalization of the individual label tagged product Be product package. For example, the first information may include serial numbers, expiration dates, or batch numbers. The information used for the personalization can in particular also comprise a bar code by means of which the multi-layered label or even its individual supply label can be individualized individually. Preferably, however, at least on the supply labels, the first information is identical to one another. Incidentally, the first information on the supply labels may contain further information which relates not only to the characterization but also to the subsequent use of the object to be labeled. For example, for medical use, the first information may include an opening date or date of administration, the name of the administering physician or physician's assistant, details of the time or mode of administration to the patient, or even reserved labeling fields for the aforementioned information. As a result, treatment-accompanying documentation steps can be carried out on the removed storage labels.
  • The information provided on the stock labels may be arranged on the front and / or back of the respective stock label. For example, in the case of a stock label partially connected to the backing film at the back, the front side is easily accessible and printable.
  • Additional application of information on the back of the label, however, may be desired if the front of all stock labels is later obscured by an outer cover sheet which is to remain there until the labeled product is used. It may also be useful to include some of the first information, especially those for personalization of the individual label or product (ie, for example, a bar code) only later, as applied before dispensing the customer. If the back of the stock labels (after detachment of the entire multi-layer label from its carrier) is exposed or remains visible through a transparent bottom film, a bar code or other marking can also be subsequently applied to the back.
  • For this purpose, it is preferably provided that the plastic film of the at least one supply label is a laser film whose front side or rear side is changed in color by the action of a laser. Such laser films that respond to the action of a long-wavelength laser (usually by local color change and thereby visualization of the laser action), bar codes or other information can also be applied from behind on the backs of all storage labels of the multilayer "mother label". This allows the user to individually label all or individual labels that are otherwise ready for use after opening the large label package. For example, the at least one supply label can already be printed on its front side and provided on its rear side with a laser-sensitive surface (or vice versa).
  • It is preferably provided that the multi-layer label has a lower film, on the front side of which the at least one supply label is arranged. Preferably, the lower film has a full surface or at least over a large area adhesive back or bottom for sticking to an object to be labeled. The lower film thus forms the part of the stick-on label and is in particular even glued to the object to be labeled. The lower film may also be transparent.
  • A further embodiment provides that the multilayer label instead of the lower film or in addition to it has an outer cover, which is arranged on or above the at least one stock label. Preferably, the back side of the outer cover film is non-adhesive, at least in the region of the overlap with the base surfaces of the storage labels.
  • Such a cover provides for the total product to be labeled a larger labeling area. It may be provided with further, second information (instead of the first information or in addition to them) that do not need to be on the supply labels or are missing there for lack of space. The outer cover film has the further advantage that the self-erecting storage labels are not immediately in the way of their individual standing upright when transporting individual product packages, but can stand out only after partial detachment of the outer cover from the rounded surface of the article. The cover film can also serve on its inside as a carrier film, so that a lower film can be omitted below the supply labels. However, it can also be additionally provided, in particular for full-surface sticking to the object.
  • If a lower film is provided, the cover film is attached at one end to a corresponding end of the lower film, optionally via an intermediate layer to standardize the label thickness. At a further, second end, the cover film preferably extends over the one or more Stock labels laterally out. It can have the same width as the lower film, so that after dispensing the lower film on the right and left serves as a base for the cover. The bond between them becomes predictable. Alternatively, however, the cover film may extend beyond the lower film at its second end so that it adheres directly to the surface of the article after dispensing there. This allows for reduced adhesion to glass or other surface material.
  • The width of the label between the first and second ends, between which the label is unrolled when dispensed around the article, can be measured so that the article is partially glued or completely or more than completely adhered.
  • Moreover, the cover film can be permanently glued on one end and adhesively glued or adhesively bonded on the other end. At the more easily removable end, the covering film may in particular have a gripping tab, which is preferably arranged laterally outside and also above or below the vertical extent of the storage labels. This ensures that inadvertent detachment of an underlying stock label is avoided in any case, as long as the outer cover is not removed on one side or even in total.
  • Preferably, all stock labels with their first edge (either always left) facing the same end of the cover. This has the advantage that after opening the cover foil all stock labels in the same direction of rotation upright around the circumference of the object.
  • According to one embodiment, the lower film of the multi-layer label is the carrier film, wherein the at least one supply label is mounted on the front side of the lower film. The bottom film is thus part of the stick-on label, d. the lower film itself can be stuck onto the object to be labeled. In addition, a cover film may be provided above the supply label so that all supply labels are arranged between the carrier film and the cover film.
  • According to an alternative embodiment, a cover film of the multi-layer label may be the carrier film, wherein the at least one supply label is mounted on the underside or rear side of the cover film. In this case, the cover film forms the main component of the stick-on label. The bonding of the total label on the object can be done using the two outer side ends of the cover. Alternatively, in addition to the cover and to the storage labels, a lower film may be provided, so that all supply labels between the lower film and the carrier film are arranged. Incidentally, further layers or intermediate layers may be provided, and also the above-mentioned films and label pieces may each be multi-part or multi-layered and / or provided with additional color or other surface layers.
  • Preferably, the at least one supply label is formed so that it does not protrude laterally beyond the outer contour of the carrier film. Although it can straighten up in the direction perpendicular to the surface of the carrier film, the stock label is cut so that it is nowhere parallel to the (possibly laterally extended) carrier film surface the carrier film dominates. This distinguishes the stock label fundamentally from conventional grip tabs, which form a lateral overhang.
  • According to a further development, it is provided that the dimension of the base surface of the carrier film between its first end and its second end is so large that the carrier film partially overlaps with itself during dispensing and in an overlapping portion of itself and / or at least one supply label lie comes. The length of the carrier film may be, for example, up to twice the circumference of the article to be adhered, for which the label is intended. In particular, the carrier film in the overlapping portion can cover one or more or all of the supply labels.
  • The article provided with the label according to the invention allows better than conventionally labeled articles a quick and easy detachment of stock labels, under difficult conditions (such as when using gloves) and also under safety-critical circumstances such as in the medical field.
  • Some embodiments of the invention will be described below with reference to the figures. Show it:
  • FIG. 1
    1 is a schematic plan view of an exemplary embodiment of a multilayer label which has a carrier foil and at least one supply label;
    FIG. 2
    a label formed in a conventional manner and adhered to a curved surface with a carrier foil and at least one supply label,
    FIG. 3
    an embodiment of an inventive tiketts after application to a curved surface, shown in a schematic cross-sectional view from the axial direction,
    FIG. 4
    a cross section of an embodiment of a label according to FIG. 1 or 3 before donating,
    FIG. 5
    one too FIG. 4 alternative embodiment with additional cover film,
    FIG. 6
    a further alternative exemplary embodiment with carrier foil arranged above the supply labels,
    FIG. 7
    Yet another alternative embodiment based on FIG. 6 but with additionally provided lower foil under the stock labels,
    FIG. 8
    1 is a schematic plan view of an exemplary embodiment with regard to the design of a cover film, as far as provided in the other exemplary embodiments and embodiments of this application,
    FIG. 9
    a plan view of the front of several stock labels according to an embodiment and
    FIG. 10
    a schematic plan view of the back of several stock labels according to an embodiment example.
    • FIG. 1 shows a schematic plan view of an embodiment of a multi-layer label 1 according to the invention with a carrier film 2 and at least one supply label 20. In FIG. 1 as well as in the further figures three stock labels 20a, 20b, 20c are shown. However, any other number, in particular only a single storage label 20, may also be provided on the multi-layered label 1 according to the invention. According to the schematic representation in FIG. 1 the supply labels 20 can optionally be arranged above or below the carrier film 2. The carrier film 2 extends between its first edge 4 and its further edge 3, which are both arranged laterally outside the arrangement of supply labels 20. Both edges 3, 4 are preferably formed as straight edges, which come to lie in the later dispensing in the axial direction on the curved surface of an object. As in FIG. 1 indicated, is located only in a smaller, first portion 21 of the base 25 of the respective stock label 20, an adhesive layer 25a (see the FIGS. 4 to 7 and 10 which produces the releasable adhesive bond to the carrier film 2. The larger, second portion 22, however, which also includes the center of area of the respective stock label 20 is, however, loose, ie without adhesive or adhesive connection to the carrier film. The at least one supply label 20 therefore has the tendency to lift off from the carrier film 2 over a large area and to set it up as soon as the carrier film 2 is bent in accordance with the curvature of the article to be labeled. The carrier film 2 may optionally be a lower film 10 or an outer cover film 30.
    • FIG. 2 shows an article 50 with a curved, in particular cylindrical surface 51, around the circumference 52 of which a conventional multilayer label 1 is glued. Both the carrier film 2 and the storage labels 20 follow the curvature of the surface 51. The surface 51 has in the axial direction (perpendicular in FIG. 2 ) at least in the region of the contact surface to the label a constant contour. The surface 51 may in particular be circularly symmetrical, elliptical or otherwise shaped, but the outer circumference and the outer contour should not change in the region of the label height in the axial direction. The depicted article 50 may be, for example, an ampoule for a syringe liquid (a "vial") or other container for a liquid. The removal of the storage labels 20 from the carrier film 2 in such small ampoules often causes problems, especially under time pressure and when using gloves.
    • FIG. 3 1 shows an exemplary embodiment of a multilayer label 1 wrapped around such an article 50, in which according to the invention only a small portion 21 of each stock label 20 adheres to the carrier film 2. Here are the stock labels 20a to 20c of the carrier film 2 over a large area and are therefore easily accessible and removable even with gloves. In particular, the supply labels have the tendency to straighten up on their own and to lift off the carrier film 2. Conventionally, however, they are a large area on the carrier film 2 and have to pull off at most smaller grip bottles, which, however, are difficult to grasp at a reduced instinct or with gloves. In the FIG. 3 shown, stand-alone supply labels 20 allow rapid labeling a filled with liquid from the article 50 syringe or other object.
    • FIG. 4 shows a schematic cross-sectional view of an embodiment of a multi-layer label. The embodiment corresponds for example to that FIG. 1 and or FIG. 3 , According to FIG. 4 the support film 2 is arranged below the storage labels 20 and thus forms the lower film 10. On the back 12, the lower film 10 is provided with a (not shown) full-surface or large-area adhesive layer. As a result, at least the lower film 10 adheres over the entire surface of the curved surface 51, as in FIG. 3 shown. In the first partial regions 21 of the storage labels 20, an adhesive 25 a is arranged in each case, which produces the adhesive bond to the lower film 10. The remaining regions (the second subregions 22) lift off from the latter when bending the lower film 10.
  • The carrier film 2 or the lower film 10 may in particular be transparent, so that the rear sides 28 of the storage labels 20 can also be subsequently labeled by the user, for example with the aid of a long-wave laser. For this purpose, the supply labels 20 are formed, for example, from a laser foil whose reactive surface lies below. The tops of the storage labels 20, however, are preferably already printed in the preparation of the multi-layer label 1, possibly subject to a personalization to be made by the user.
  • FIG. 5 shows a cross-sectional view of another embodiment of a multi-layer label, in which opposite FIG. 4 In addition, a cover sheet 30 is provided. The cover film 30 is located above the storage labels 20 and is only at its first 33 and second end 34 (see FIG. 8 ) is provided in regions with adhesive layers 3a, 4a. Thereby, the adhesion of the outer cover film 30 to the first and second ends 3, 4 of the multi-layered label 1 is ensured. In the area above the base surfaces 25 of the stock labels 20; 20a, 20b, 20c, however, the underside of the cover 30 is formed non-adhesive and thus is only loosely. Both the stock labels 20 and the cover sheet 30 can be provided with information, for example printed. After printing the top of the storage labels 20, however, these are no longer accessible as soon as the cover 30 is placed over it. However, the lower foil 10, if transparent, also allows for subsequent inscription by means of a laser.
  • As in FIG. 5 can be seen on the underside of the stock labels 20, the labels 20 adhere in the first portions 21 of its base to the lower film 10, which thus serves as a carrier sheet 2 for the stock labels. When dispensing the multi-layer label 1 according to FIG. 5 The cover film 30 initially forms an outer casing of the storage labels 20, which thus can not lift off the lower film 10 immediately after dispensing. However, as soon as the outer cover film 30 is detached on one side (for example at the left end by peeling off from the adhesive layer 4a), the individual supply labels 20a, 20b, 20c as well as the cover film 30 are lifted off the carrier film 2; The stock labels 20 are now easily accessible and removable.
  • FIG. 6 shows a further alternative embodiment in which the outer cover film 30 forms the carrier film 2 for the storage labels 20. Accordingly, the adhesive 25a of the storage labels 20 are now arranged on the front side or upper side thereof, whereby the supply labels 20 are now (but only within the first subregion 21 of their respective base surface) adhering to the outer cover film 30. In the lateral direction, that is on both sides in the circumferential direction, the cover sheet 30 extends in opposite directions beyond the at least one supply label 20, as can be seen from the first and second end 3, 4 of the label. Here, the adhesive layer 4a serves to fasten the cover film directly on the curved surface of the article (removable again) at at least one end. In this embodiment, the undersides of the stock labels can also be subsequently printed with ink.
  • FIG. 7 shows a further embodiment in which opposite FIG. 7 additionally, a lower film 10 is arranged below the supply labels 20 and the cover film 30. However, this is not the lower film 10, but (as in FIG. 6 The cover film 30 preferably extends beyond the lower film 10 at least at one end, as in FIG FIG. 7 recognizable on the left. There may also be additionally provided a gripping tab 35, which extends in the axial direction of the labeled article to above the constriction at the ampoule neck ( FIG. 2 ). In contrast, the supply labels 20a to 20c also continue to come out without any gripping lugs in this embodiment. In this embodiment, the entire cover sheet 30 (together with the storage labels 20) lifts off automatically and over a large area from the (arched) bottom sheet 10, as soon as the cover sheet is unilaterally released. After that she is easily bendable, so too the stock labels are easier to peel off than from the rigid surface of the item.
  • Also in this embodiment, the lower film 10 may be transparent. Moreover, she is just like in the FIGS. 4 and 5 on its underside completely or at least over a large area with an adhesive layer (not shown) provided. Prior to dispensing, a siliconized or otherwise adhesion-reduced surface of a carrier, for example a web-shaped base required for making up, is located underneath.
  • FIG. 8 shows a schematic plan view of a cover sheet 30, which may be provided in conjunction with the other embodiments and embodiments of this application. Shown is the front side 31 of the cover film 30, which points to the dispensed, multi-layered label 1 to the outside. The length of the cover sheet 30 between its first end 33 and its second end 34 is selected to extend beyond the stock labels in both directions and also to completely cover a lower sheet, if any. The cover film 30 may be the object to be labeled 50 completely or even partially (as in FIG. 3 circumscribed).
  • On the cover 30 first information 36 and second information 37 are provided. The first information 36 are preferably those which are identically or at least identical in content and also found on the at least one supply label 20, as described below with reference to FIG FIGS. 9 and 10 described. The first information 36 may in particular personalization information, such as a bar code 36a, or other alphanumeric Include characters. Likewise, a labeling field 37 can be provided, on which the user has to note the type, time or quantity of the removal or application. Unlike the self-erecting supply labels 20, the cover film 30 may be provided with a grip tab 35 in order not to enable the self-erecting of the supply labels 20 not already during the dispensing of the label 1, but only at a later time. If the supply labels 20 are adhesively bonded to the back of the cover film 30, the cover film 30 also serves as a carrier film 2.
  • FIG. 9 shows an embodiment with regard to the execution of the at least one supply label. Shown is a film layer containing three supply labels 20a, 20b, 20c, each by cutting lines (in FIG. 9 indicated by arrows) are separated from each other. In the FIG. 9 shown in plan view side of the stock labels 20 is, for example, the front side. The stock labels 20 are provided with first information 26, which are preferably identical for all stock labels. The first information 26 includes (similar to the first information 36 of the cover film 30 in FIG FIG. 8 ) preferably alphanumeric data and / or a labeling field and / or a bar code.
  • FIG. 10 shows the opposite surface of the stock labels 20 FIG. 9 For example, their back. As based on the FIGS. 9 and 10 can be seen, the first information 26 can be distributed to the front and the back. For example, here is a bar code 26a or other alphanumeric personalization information on the back 28 ( FIG. 10 ) of the stock labels 20, whereas other of the first pieces of information 26 are arranged on the front side thereof 27 ( FIG. 9 ) are arranged. As a result, the information on the back, such as the bar code 26a can subsequently be applied by the user, even if the printed front sides 27 of the supply labels 20 are covered by the cover film 30 as a result of production, ie are no longer accessible. If a transparent or transparent bottom window 10 is disposed below the supply labels 20 (see FIG FIG. 5 or 7 ), the bar code 26a can be generated through the lower film 10 by means of a laser beam. The same applies vice versa for the subsequent labeling of the storage labels 20 from the outside, which can be done for example by a transparent or provided with a transparent window or a recess outer cover sheet 30 therethrough. The embodiments and exemplary embodiments mentioned in the figures and other application parts are only examples and can be combined with one another in any desired manner.
  • LIST OF REFERENCE NUMBERS
  • 1
    multilayer label
    2
    support film
    3
    first end
    3a, 4a
    adhesive layer
    4
    second end
    5; 5a, 5b
    Straight edge
    6
    Base surface of the carrier film
    10
    lower foil
    11
    front
    12
    back
    13
    first end
    14
    second end
    20; 20a, 20b, 20c
    stock label
    21
    first subarea
    22
    second subarea
    23
    another edge
    24
    first edge
    25
    Base area of the stock label
    25a
    adhesive
    26
    first information
    26a
    barcode
    26b
    labeling field
    27
    front
    28
    back
    29
    printing ink
    30
    cover
    31
    front
    32
    back
    33
    first end
    34
    second end
    35
    grip tab
    36
    first information
    36a
    barcode
    37
    second information
    38
    overhanging end
    50
    object
    51
    surface
    52
    scope

Claims (15)

  1. Multilayer label (1) for adhering to a curved, in particular cylindrical surface of an article, wherein the multilayer label (1) has at least:
    - A carrier film (2) and
    - At least one supply label (20; 20a, 20b, 20c), which is peelably adhered to the carrier film (2);
    - wherein the at least one supply label (20) in at least a first portion (21) of its base (25) is connected to the carrier film (2), whereas at least a second portion (22) of the base (25) of the at least one supply label (20 ), which is associated with a first edge (24) of the storage label (20), without a firm connection to the carrier film (2).
  2. Multilayer label according to claim 1,
    characterized in that
    the multilayer label (1) has a plurality of stock labels (20; 20a, 20b, 20c), and that all the stock labels (20; 20a, 20b, 20c) are arranged side by side in a single film layer.
  3. Multilayer label according to claim 1 or 2,
    characterized in that
    each storage label (20) can be erected at one edge (24) of its base surface (25) relative to the carrier film (2) and is provided with an adhesive (25a) at a further edge (23), the multi-layered label (1) being so formed in that the adhesive (25a) adheres more strongly to the respective storage label (20) than to the carrier film (2).
  4. Multilayer label according to one of claims 1 to 3,
    characterized in that
    the multilayer label (1) can be attached to a curved surface (51) of an article (50) in such a way that the at least one supply label (20; 20a, 20b, 20c) differs from the curved surface (51) of the article due to its rigidity Upright object (50) and tangentially protrudes from the curved surface (51) of the article (50).
  5. Multilayer label according to one of claims 1 to 4,
    characterized in that
    in that each of the supply labels (20) is printed with first information (26), the first information (26) being identical on all the supply labels (20; 20a, 20b, 20c) of the multi-layer label (1) and personalization data for personalizing the multi-layer label (26). 1) included.
  6. Multilayer label according to one of claims 1 to 5,
    characterized in that
    the at least one supply label (20) has a laser film whose front side and / or rear side can be changed in color by the action of a laser.
  7. Multilayer label according to one of claims 1 to 6,
    characterized in that
    the multilayer label (1) has a lower film (10), on the front side (11) of which the at least one supply label (20) is arranged, wherein the lower film (10) has a full surface or at least a large area having adhesive formed back (12) for sticking to an object.
  8. Multilayer label according to one of claims 1 to 7,
    characterized in that
    the multilayer label (1) has an outer cover film (30) which is arranged on or above the at least one supply label (20) and whose rear side (32) at least where the cover film (30) has the base surface (25) of a supply label (30). 20) overlapped, non-adhesive is formed.
  9. Multilayer label according to claim 8,
    characterized in that
    the cover film (33) is completely or partially transparent.
  10. Multilayer label according to claim 8 or 9,
    characterized in that
    the cover film (30) is permanently adhered to a first end (33) and is reclosable glued or adhered to an opposite second end (34).
  11. Multilayer label according to one of claims 7 to 10,
    characterized in that
    the lower film (10) of the multi-layer label (1) is the carrier film (2), the at least one supply label (20) being attached to the front side (11) of the lower film (10).
  12. Multilayer label according to one of claims 8 to 10,
    characterized in that
    the cover film (30) of the multi-layer label (1) is the carrier film (2), wherein the at least one supply label (20) is mounted on the back (32) of the cover film (30).
  13. Multilayer label according to one of claims 1 to 12,
    characterized in that
    the carrier film (2) and the at least one supply label (20) each have only a single film, preferably a plastic film.
  14. Multilayer label according to one of claims 1 to 13,
    characterized in that
    the dimension of the base surface of the carrier film (2) between its first end (3) and its second end (4) is so large that the carrier film (2) partially overlaps with itself during dispensing and in an overlapping partial region on itself and / or or at least one supply label (20) comes to rest.
  15. Article (50) having a curved, in particular cylindrical surface (51),
    characterized in that
    the article (50) is provided with a label (1) according to any one of claims 1 to 14.
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