ES2531878T3 - Fluid product distribution head - Google Patents

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ES2531878T3
ES2531878T3 ES12709938.0T ES12709938T ES2531878T3 ES 2531878 T3 ES2531878 T3 ES 2531878T3 ES 12709938 T ES12709938 T ES 12709938T ES 2531878 T3 ES2531878 T3 ES 2531878T3
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Gaël TOUYA
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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
    • B65D35/00Pliable tubular containers adapted to be permanently or temporarily deformed to expel contents, e.g. collapsible tubes for toothpaste or other plastic or semi-liquid material; Holders therefor
    • B65D35/24Pliable tubular containers adapted to be permanently or temporarily deformed to expel contents, e.g. collapsible tubes for toothpaste or other plastic or semi-liquid material; Holders therefor with auxiliary devices
    • B65D35/36Pliable tubular containers adapted to be permanently or temporarily deformed to expel contents, e.g. collapsible tubes for toothpaste or other plastic or semi-liquid material; Holders therefor with auxiliary devices for applying contents to surfaces
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45DHAIRDRESSING OR SHAVING EQUIPMENT; EQUIPMENT FOR COSMETICS OR COSMETIC TREATMENTS, e.g. FOR MANICURING OR PEDICURING
    • A45D34/00Containers or accessories specially adapted for handling liquid toilet or cosmetic substances, e.g. perfumes
    • A45D34/04Appliances specially adapted for applying liquid, e.g. using roller or ball
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B05SPRAYING OR ATOMISING IN GENERAL; APPLYING FLUENT MATERIALS TO SURFACES, IN GENERAL
    • B05CAPPARATUS FOR APPLYING FLUENT MATERIALS TO SURFACES, IN GENERAL
    • B05C11/00Component parts, details or accessories not specifically provided for in groups B05C1/00 - B05C9/00
    • B05C11/10Storage, supply or control of liquid or other fluent material; Recovery of excess liquid or other fluent material
    • B05C11/1039Recovery of excess liquid or other fluent material; Controlling means therefor
    • 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
    • B65D47/00Closures with filling and discharging, or with discharging, devices
    • B65D47/42Closures with filling and discharging, or with discharging, devices with pads or like contents-applying means

Abstract

Fluid product distribution head (T; T ') comprising a distribution hole (O) and a fluid product recovery surface capable of receiving the fluid product leaving the distribution hole (O), so that the user it can remove the fluid product present on the surface of the recovery, characterized in that the recovery surface comprises at least one removable recovery film (F; F ') which is detachably fixed on an application area (P; F; F ').

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DESCRIPTION
Fluid product distribution head
The present invention relates to a fluid product distribution head comprising a distribution hole and a fluid product recovery surface capable of receiving the fluid product leaving the distribution office so that the user can remove the present fluid product on the surface of the recovery. The invention also relates to a fluid product distributor comprising a fluid product reservoir and a distribution head according to the invention. A distribution head of this type finds a privileged application in the field of cosmetics, pharmacy and food, in which pasty, viscous or creamy products are distributed with the help of a pump or a valve.
In the prior art, it is known, for example, document FR-2 897 344 which describes a distribution head intended to be associated with a distribution organ, such as a pump or a valve, for forming a fluid product distributor. The head comprises a connection sleeve intended to be connected to an outlet of the distribution member. The sleeve is connected to an orifice of fluid distribution of the head through an internal channel. This distribution head further comprises a fluid product recovery cup intended to receive the fluid product at the outlet of the distribution hole. This distribution head is also particularly suitable for distributing pasty, viscous or creamy fluid products. Once the fluid product distributed in the recovery cup, the user can take it with a finger or other suitable object, such as a fingering disc.
A drawback with this type of recovery cup distribution head is that it is extremely difficult to collect all the fluid product present in the recovery cup. Because of this, the residual fluid product remains in the recovery cup and is discarded and / or deteriorated at that point. In the next distribution of the fluid product, the fluid product again comes into contact with the waste fluid product discarded and / or deteriorated, so that the new fluid product distributed in the recovery cup is contaminated and / or damaged. This problem is aggravated by the repetition of the distributions, so that the last dose of fluid product is mixed with the accumulated waste of fluid product already present during the first distribution. This may be acceptable for some low sensitive fluid products, but it becomes quite intolerable with very sensitive fluid products, for example, free of preservatives.
The present invention aims to remedy the inconvenience of the state of the art mentioned above by defining a distribution head whose fluid product recovery surface ensures perfect integrity and / or property of the distributed fluid product. Another object of the invention is to prevent the mixing of fluid product that leaves the different distributions and / or move them away in time. Thus, the user is guaranteed that the dose just distributed will not be mixed with the discarded and / or deteriorated waste of fluid product leaving the preceding distributions.
To achieve these objectives, the present invention proposes a fluid product distribution head comprising a distribution hole and a fluid product recovery surface capable of receiving the fluid product leaving the distribution office so that the user can remove the fluid product present on the recovery surface, characterized in that the recovery surface comprises at least one removable recovery film that is detachably attached to an application area. Advantageously, the film is fixed on the application area with the help of an adhesive that has reduced adhesion to detach the film from that application area by traction on the film. In this way, after one or more distribution (s), the user can remove the removable recovery film so as to find a new recovery surface perfectly his own. Advantageously, the removable film comprises a pull tab that is not fixed on the application area. In this way, it is easy to grip the pull tab without having to take it off from the application area. However, it is conceivable that the removable film is free of pull tab.
According to one embodiment, the application area is formed by a wall of the head. In a preferred variant, the distribution head comprises several superimposed removable films fixed between them by an adhesive that has a reduced adhesion power so as to form a stack of removable films, the area of application of a film is formed by the underlying film . In that case, each film in the film stack may comprise a pull tab devoid of adhesive, the films are arranged face-to-face in the film stack, so that the removal of the film at the head of the stack by gripping it by its tongue has the effect of detaching the immediately underlying film and lifting the tongue of the immediately underlying film to subsequently facilitate its grip The user can thus remove removable films successively after each use or after a number of use determined by the
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Username. By pulling the tab, the user removes the contaminated film and lifts the tongue from the underlying film, which is now ready to be grasped by the user later.
According to an interesting aspect of the invention, the films can be detachably attached to one another by opposite edges, so that an intermediate film in the film stack comprises an edge attached to the underlying film and another opposite edge attached to the underlying movie. Advantageously, each film in the film stack comprises a pull tab that is devoid of adhesive, the tongue forms an edge detachably attached to the underlying film. Thus, the films in the stack are joined together so as to form a single band of pre-cut film that folds over itself in zigzag. The films are not only fixed to each other by the adhesive but also joined together by their opposite edges. When the user wishes to remove the contaminated film on the head of the stack, it detaches it from the immediately underlying film and separates it from that film. underlying breaking the joint at the level of the adjacent edges. When the film is provided with a pull tab, one edge of the contaminated film is attached to the edge of the pull tab and during removal of the contaminated film, the user separates the contaminated film from the underlying film at the tongue level. of traction, which has the effect of lifting it to facilitate later its grip.
According to a particular embodiment, the distribution head may comprise a hinged cover, the film is spread over a face of the cover directed towards the distribution hole. Thus, the film extends where the fluid product is likely to come into contact with the distribution head.
According to a practical embodiment, the film comprises an upper layer that may be paper, coated paper or, more advantageously, a type of polypropylene polyolefin and a lower layer made of a removable type adhesive.
The invention also defines a fluid product distributor comprising a fluid product reservoir and a distribution head as defined above.
The spirit of the present invention is to be able to renew the recovery surface of a distribution head, when it is contaminated by a remainder of distributed fluid product. Removable recovery film means any element of very thin thickness that is applied or deposited on an application area. This film can be attached or deposited in any way in the application area. Of course, when the head is provided with a stack of films, the application area consists of the underlying film, with the exception of the last film in the stack, whose application area is formed by a wall of the distribution head.
The present invention will now be more fully described with reference to the accompanying drawings, which offers, by way of non-limiting examples, various embodiments of the invention.
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Figure 1 is a schematic perspective view of a fluid product distributor in the form of a container provided with a fluid product distribution head according to a first embodiment of the invention, Figure 2 is an enlarged perspective view of the film stack present on the distribution head of Figure 1, Figure 3 is a vertical cross-sectional view through the film stack of Figure 2, Figure 4 is a very enlarged vertical cross-sectional view of a part of a film according to the invention, Figure 5 is a variant embodiment of the film stack of Figures 2 and 3, Figure 6 is a schematic perspective view of another fluid product distributor in the form of a tube that can be crushed with a distribution head according to a second embodiment of the invention, and Figure 7 is a perspective view of the stack of films that form the head figure distribution
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Referring first to Figure 1, a fluid product distributor is shown which is generally in the form of a container comprising a fluid product reservoir R associated with a fluid product distribution head T so as to form a distributor together of fluid product as a whole designated by the numerical reference D. A fluid product distribution organ (not shown) is shown in the container for extracting fluid product from the reservoir R and the distributor through the distribution head T. This organ, which can be a pump, comprises a fluid product inlet, a pressurization chamber and a drive bar movable up and down.
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The tank R has a flattened shape that gives it a container appearance. The tank R comprises a large bottom, a low side wall and a large diameter opening. It can be made in any suitable material, such as glass, plastic, metal, etc. It contains a fluid that preferably has a viscous, pasty or creamy consistency.
The fluid product distribution head T has a diameter that is substantially similar or identical to that of the tank R. Its height is reduced so that it has a generally flat configuration. Although not shown, the distribution head comprises a connecting sleeve for mounting on the drive bar of the distribution member. Therefore the head is movable up and down to operate the distribution element (pump). At the level of its visible upper face, the distribution head T forms a wall P that is substantially or partially flat. This wall P can also be classified as flat and defines an application area that is preferably substantially or completely flat. The distribution head T also forms a dome B protruding from the wall P. The dome B is connected to the wall P by an inclined slope I at the level from which a distribution hole O is formed. Thus, the fluid product that it exits the distribution hole O, advantageously, drains into the wall P. More precisely, when the user exerts a pressure on the distribution head T, for example at the level of the dome B, the distribution member integrated to the distributor D distributes a dose of fluid product through the distribution hole O. The fluid product is then poured onto the wall P.
However, according to the invention, the wall P receives at the level of its application zone, at least one removable recovery sheet F. Preferably, the application area of the wall P receives a stack composed of several removable recovery sheets F that are arranged superimposedly. The bottom sheet of the stack is in direct contact with the application area of the wall P. The other sheets in the stack are arranged in an immediately underlying film Thus, the area of application of a film is constituted by the underlying film, or by the wall P of the distribution head. Each film F of the stack has a shape and dimension compatible with the shape and dimension of the wall P, and has a thickness of the order of 15 to 100 µm. The film F may be a laminate comprising a layer 13 and an adhesive layer 14, as seen in Figure 4. The film F is preferably flexible and tear-resistant. The layer 13 may be a paper layer, paper or more preferably coated with polyolefin, for example of polypropylene type, and a bottom layer constituted of a removable type adhesive. The adhesive layer 14 allows the films of the stack to be fixed to each other so as to constitute a unit film stack. However, the adhesive of layer 14 has a reduced adhesion power that allows the film F located on the head of the stack to peel off. In other words, the film F can be detached from its application area constituted either by the underlying film F or by the wall P. For this, it is sufficient that the user grasps a corner or an edge of the film F located at the head of the battery and exert an upward traction to detach it from its application area. The adhesive layer may extend over the entire bottom surface of the film F, or only over a part thereof. it can be provided, for example, that the film F is free of adhesive at the level of a pull tab 2. Thus, this pull tab 2 does not adhere to the underlying application area, so that it is easy to grip to remove the movie.
Referring to Figures 2 and 3, a particular embodiment can be seen for a stack of films F capable of being integrated to the distribution head T of Figure 1. In that embodiment, each film F comprises a main side 1 solidly attached to a smaller side that forms a pull tab 2. The main side 1 is attached, for example, to the pull tab 2 at the level of a folding line 11. The pull tab 2 also comprises an edge 20 which is arranged opposite to the folding line 11. Similarly, the main side 1 comprises an edge 10 that is located opposite to the folding line 11. Thus, the edges 10 and 20 are arranged in parallel and opposite. According to the invention, the edge 10 of the main side 1 is detachably attached to the edge 20 of the pull tab 2 of the underlying film F. This is clearly visible in Figure 2. In other words, the edge 10 of the film to the head of the stack is attached to the edge 20 of the underlying film at the level of a break line 12. This break line 12 can be made, for example, by previous cuts forming a line of least resistance l the level of which edges 10 and 20 can be separated by properly pulling on the film F located at the head of the stack. What is valid for the head film and the immediately underlying film is equally valid for the underlying film and the subsequently underlying film, and so on, so that all the sheets F of the stack are joined together so as to form a separable film band at the level of break lines 12. If the position of the pull tabs 2 is considered, it can be said that the films F are arranged head-to-tail in the film stack. The edge 10 of the main side 1 is connected to the edge 20 of the pull tab 2, and vice versa, as it descends into the stack of the films. It can also be said that an intermediate film located in the stack comprises an edge 20 attached to the underlying film and an edge 10 attached to the underlying film. Thus, the films of the stack are fixed together by an adhesive and are joined by opposite edges. This is more clearly visible in Figure 3. The films of the stack are thus arranged in the manner of an accordion whose folds are glued between them.
The entire surface of the film F may be provided with a layer of adhesive 14, or only the side
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main 1, the pull tab 2 remains without adhesive. In this way, by pulling a pull tab 2 of the film located at the head of the stack, its main side 1 of the underlying sheet is first detached, and then the film is separated from the underlying film at the level of the break line 12. In doing so, the pull tab 2 of the underlying film is lifted, so as to facilitate its subsequent grip. Thus, after removing the film on the head of the stack, the underlying film is presented as shown in Figure 1, with its grip tongue 2 slightly raised.
Without departing from the scope of the invention, it can also be provided that the adhesive also extends under the grip tongue 2. It can also be provided that the main side 1 is attached to the grip tongue 2 without forming the fold 11. It is equally possible Consider an F film that is not part of the grip tab.
With reference to Figure 5, we see a variation of embodiment in which the different films F of the stack do not join together at the level of their opposite edge. In that case, the films are simply arranged one on top of the other and are fixed between them only by the adhesive 14. The grip tabs 2 may be free of adhesive.
Reference is now made to Figures 6 and 7 to describe a second embodiment of the invention. Figure 6 depicts a fluid product distributor D 'comprising a fluid product reservoir R' that is presented in the form of a collapsible flexible tube. The distributor D 'further comprises a distribution head T' which is fixedly and waterproofly mounted on the tank R '. The distribution head T 'comprises a substantially flat wall P that forms a distribution hole O. By pressing the reservoir R', the fluid product is forced through the distribution hole O and spills onto the wall P. distribution T 'also comprises a cover C which is connected to the rest of the head by an articulation point A. Thus, the wall P and its hole O can be covered by the cover C. Advantageously the cover C can form a sealing point Q intended to seal the sealing hole
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According to the invention, the wall P is at least partially covered with a pile of recovery films F ', as shown in Figure 7. As in the first embodiment of Figures 1 to 5, the film stack comprises several films F 'arranged superimposed and fixed to each other by an adhesive having a reduced adhesion power that allows the film to peel off the head of the stack of the underlying film or the wall P. The film F' can be extended on the wall P, but also on the joint A and on the inner face of the cover C. In Figure 7, it is seen that the films F 'have a general shape of lunettes. Each film F 'comprises a main side 1 perforated with a hole 15, a grip or pull tab 2, an articulation section 3 and a secondary side 4 perforated with another passage hole 45. The hole 15 is intended to align with the distribution hole O, while the passage hole 45 is intended to receive the shutter point Q. The films F ', although they have a different shape or contour from that of the film F of Figures 1 to 5, can be made in the same way with a top layer, for example in polypropylene and a removable adhesive layer. These can be fixed and joined together in the same manner as the film F of Figures 1 to 5. The adhesive can be applied to the entire surface of the film, or only on one part, the pull tab 2 can be free of adhesive.
In the two embodiments just described, the fluid product recovery surface of the distribution head is coated with a removable film F, F 'which can be removed after use. The removable recovery film F, F 'is intended to receive the entire dose of fluid product exiting the distribution port O. Although this is not shown in Figure 1, the removable recovery film F can extend to the level of the inclined slope I, so as to surround the distribution hole O. The invention is not limited to the shape or extent of the film F, but to its "removable" characteristic, which allows it to be removed at will by the user .

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    1. Fluid product distribution head (T; T ') comprising a distribution hole (O) and a fluid product recovery surface capable of receiving the fluid product exiting the distribution hole (O), 5 in a manner that the user can remove the fluid product present on the recovery surface, characterized in that the recovery surface comprises at least one removable recovery film (F; F ') which is detachably fixed on an application area (P; F;
    F').
    2. Distribution head (T; T ') according to claim 1, wherein the film (F; F') is fixed on the application area (P; F; F ') with the aid of a adhesive (14) that has a reduced adhesion power that allows the film to be detached from its application area for traction south of the film.
  2. 3. Distribution head (T; T ') according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the removable film (F; F') 15 comprises a pull tab (2) that is not fixed on the application area (P; F; F ').
  3. 4. Distribution head (T; T ') according to any of the claims, in which the application area is formed by a wall (P) of the head.
    5. Distribution head (T; T ') according to any one of claims 1 to 3, comprising several overlapping removable films (F; F') fixed together by an adhesive (14) having an adhesion power reduced so as to form a stack of removable films, the area of application of a film is formed by the underlying film (F; F ').
    6. Distribution head (T; T ') according to claim 5, wherein each film of the film stack comprises a pull tab (2) which is devoid of adhesive, the films are disposed head to standing on the stack of films, so that the removal of the film on the head of the stack that is grasped by its tongue (2) has the effect of peeling off the immediately underlying film and lifting the tongue of the immediately underlying film to facilitate later your grip
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  4. 7. Distribution head (T; T ') according to claim 5 or 6, wherein the films (F; F') are detachably joined to each other by opposite edges (10, 20), so that An intermediate film in the film stack comprises one edge (20) attached to the underlying film and the other opposite edge (10) attached to the underlying film.
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  5. 8. Distribution head (T; T ') according to claim 7, wherein each film of the film stack comprises a pull tab (2) which is devoid of adhesive, the tongue forms an edge (20) detachably attached to the underlying film.
    9. Distribution head (T ') according to any one of the claims, comprising an articulated cover (C), the film (F') extends over a face of the cover turned towards the distribution hole (O) .
  6. 10. Distribution head (T; T ') according to any of the claims, wherein the film (F; F')
    it comprises an upper layer of polyolefin, for example, of the polypropylene type, and a lower layer constituted by an adhesive of the removable type.
  7. 11. A fluid product distributor comprising a fluid product reservoir (R) and a distribution head (T; T ') according to any of the claims.
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