JP4552969B2 - Anaerobic opener for beverage containers - Google Patents

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JP4552969B2
JP4552969B2 JP2007142943A JP2007142943A JP4552969B2 JP 4552969 B2 JP4552969 B2 JP 4552969B2 JP 2007142943 A JP2007142943 A JP 2007142943A JP 2007142943 A JP2007142943 A JP 2007142943A JP 4552969 B2 JP4552969 B2 JP 4552969B2
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  The present invention relates to an anaerobic opener for a beverage container, and more particularly to an anaerobic opener for a beverage container that opens a beverage container such as beer in a sealed state.

  Conventionally, for example, when drinking beer in a beer container containing 2 liters or 3 liters (hereinafter referred to as a beer can), a lid that closes the mouth of the beer can, for example, a cap is removed, and then a pressurized gas supply source such as carbonic acid is used. 2. Description of the Related Art A beer server is used in which a mounting body including a pressurized gas (carbon dioxide) supply path connected to a gas cartridge and a beverage outlet path connected to a valve body and a nozzle is mounted on an opening of a beer can. According to this beer server, in a state where the mounting body is mounted in the opening of the beer can, pressurized gas such as carbon dioxide gas is supplied from the carbon dioxide cartridge into the beer can and the valve body is operated by the lever. A fixed amount of beer can be poured into a glass or mug, and the beer in the beer container can be poured out while the beer container is installed.

  However, in the conventional beer server, the cap is removed from the mouth portion of the beer can, and the attachment body including the pressurized gas (carbon dioxide) supply passage and the beverage outlet passage is attached to the mouth portion of the beer can. Air enters the beer can when the body is worn. There is no problem if you drink all the beer in the beer can, but if you leave the beer in the beer can and drink it again after a while, the oxygen in the air that has entered the beer can There was a problem that beer was oxidized and umami taste decreased. This problem is similar in beverages other than beer.

  The present invention has been made in view of the above circumstances, and an object thereof is to provide an anaerobic opener for a beverage container that allows the beverage in the beverage container to be led out while the beverage container remains sealed. is there.

  In order to achieve the above object, the invention according to claim 1 is an anaerobic opener for a beverage container that enables the beverage in the beverage container to be led out while the beverage container is kept in a sealed state. An adhering means that is applied to a part of the gas, a pressurized gas supply means that is connected to a pressurized gas supply source and supplies the pressurized gas into the beverage container, and a beverage that leads out the beverage in the beverage container A deriving means; a block body provided in the adhering means, wherein the supply path of the pressurized gas supply means and the deriving path of the beverage derivation means are arranged side by side; and an end portion of the block body facing the beverage container A blade portion that is formed and tears the beverage container; and is provided in the adherence means, and the pressurized gas is in close contact with the opening surface when the blade portion abuts against the opening surface of the beverage container. SEALING MECHANISM FOR MAINTAINING AIR / WATER SECURITY OF SUPPLY UNIT AND BEVERAGE DELIVERY The sealing mechanism is formed of a seal packing provided with a through hole in the central portion and a tapered portion in close contact with the opening surface of the beverage container at the peripheral portion, and the seal packing is transparent. The diameter of the hole is formed to be smaller than the diameter of the block body, and in the state where the seal packing is in close contact with the opening surface of the beverage container, the block body extends and penetrates the through hole of the seal packing. In the state where the tapered portion is in close contact with the opening surface, a part of the beverage container is cut by the blade portion so that the pressurized gas supply means and the beverage outlet means can be inserted into the beverage container. It is characterized by.

  The invention according to claim 2 is the anaerobic stopper of the beverage container according to claim 1, wherein the blade portion formed on the block body is not in contact with the seal packing between the block body and the seal packing. It is characterized by interposing a spring that urges an elastic force.

  The invention described in claim 3 further comprises holding means for holding the beverage container upside down in a state where the adherence means is located at the lower end in the anaerobic opener for the beverage container according to claim 1 or 2. It is characterized by.

  By configuring as described above, the pressurized gas supply means and the beverage derivation means are air-watertight with respect to the adherence means in a state where the adherence means is airtightly attached to a part or mouth of the beverage container. It moves, maintaining a property, and can rip a part or lid part of a drink container, and can rush into a drink container. Therefore, it is possible to prevent (anaerobic) air from entering the beverage container and lead out the beverage in the beverage container, and drink the beverage in the beverage container separately (claims 1 and 2).

  In addition, by further comprising holding means for holding the beverage container in an inverted state with the application means positioned at the lower end, the beverage container with the application means attached can be held in an inverted state, All of the beverages in the beverage container can be derived (claim 3).

  As described above, since the anaerobic opener of the present invention is configured as described above, the following effects can be obtained.

  (1) According to the first and second aspects of the present invention, the pressurized gas supply means and the beverage derivation means are attached in a state where the application means is attached in a water-tight manner to a part or mouth of the beverage container. Since it can move while maintaining air-tightness with respect to the means, and a part or lid of the beverage container can be torn into the beverage container, air can be prevented from entering the beverage container (anaerobic) Thus, the beverage in the beverage container can be derived. Therefore, since an anaerobic state can be maintained even when a beverage remains in the beverage container, it is possible to drink the beverage separately without deteriorating the taste of the beverage in the beverage container.

  (2) According to the third aspect of the present invention, the apparatus further comprises holding means for inverting and holding the beverage container in a state where the adherence means is located at the lower end, so that the beverage container attached with the adherence means is inverted. It can be held in a state and all of the beverage in the beverage container can be derived.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. Here, a case where the beverage container is a beer container and the anaerobic opener of the present invention is applied to a beer server will be described.

Reference Embodiment FIG. 1 is a cross-sectional view showing a use state of a beer server to which a reference embodiment of an anaerobic stopper according to the present invention is applied, FIG. 2 is a plan view showing the main part of the beer server, and FIG. FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view showing a state before the anaerobic opener is opened, and FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view showing an open state of the anaerobic opener.

  The beer server is a container that constitutes a beer server main body having heat insulation for accommodating, for example, a beer container 1 made of aluminum having 2 to 3 liters (hereinafter referred to as a beer can 1) for accommodating beer B that is a cold storage object. 2, a carbon dioxide gas cartridge 3 which is a pressurized gas supply source for supplying pressurized gas, for example, compressed gas, into the beer can 1, and a tap 4 incorporating a foaming mechanism for pouring beer B in the beer can 1. The cooling means 9 comprising the Peltier element 5, the radiator 6, the fan 7 and the controller 8 incorporated in the side wall of the container 2, the anaerobic opener 20 of the present invention, and the holding means 10 for holding the beer can 1 in an inverted state And the main part is composed. The lid 12 is detachably closed at the opening 2a of the container 2. On the inner lower surface of the lid 12, a holding convex portion 12a that engages with the concave portion 1a formed on the bottom surface of the beer can 1 is provided (see FIG. 1). Moreover, the tray 11 in which the mug J is mounted is provided in the downward side of the tap 4 in the container 2 (refer FIG. 1).

  The container 2 and the lid 12 have, for example, a heat insulating structure in which a heat insulating material such as polyurethane foam is interposed between a pair of aluminum decorative plates. The container 2 includes a first storage chamber 2 b that stores the beer can 1 and a second storage chamber 2 c that stores the carbon dioxide cartridge 3. A spare carbon dioxide cartridge 3A can be attached to the outside of the second storage chamber 2c so that the carbon dioxide cartridge 3 and the spare carbon dioxide cartridge 3A can be selectively used by a switching valve (not shown). It has become.

  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the anaerobic opener 20 has a sealing mechanism for a part of the beer can 1, for example, a mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1 in which a lid 13 (hereinafter referred to as a cap 13) is sealed. The pressurized gas connected to the carbon dioxide gas cartridge 3 or 3A (pressurized gas supply source) via the carbon dioxide gas supply tube 14 and the deposition member 40 that is a gas-water tight depositing means via 30. A carbon dioxide gas supply pipe 15 which is a supply means and a beer lead-out pipe 17 which is a beverage lead-out means for leading out the beer B in the beer can 1 connected to the tap 4 via the beer lead-out tube 16 are provided. Further, the pressurized gas supply means, that is, the carbon dioxide supply pipe 15 and the beverage lead-out means, that is, the beer lead-out pipe 17 are formed so as to be movable forward and backward while maintaining air-tightness with respect to the mouth portion 1b, and the cap 13 is cut off. The beer can 1 can be rushed into the can.

  The adherend member 40 includes a lower cylindrical body 41 that surrounds the outside of the mouth portion 1 b of the beer can 1, and a female screw portion 43 that is screwed into a male screw portion 42 that is engraved on the outer periphery of the lower cylindrical body 41. The upper cylindrical body 44 that is vertically movable and a cross section that is rotatably fitted to an inward flange 44 a provided on the upper part of the upper cylindrical body 44 and that penetrates and holds the carbon dioxide supply pipe 15 and the beer outlet pipe 17. Both ends are fitted and fixed to a substantially inverted U-shaped covering member 45, a lower end portion of the covering member 45 and a lower inner peripheral side portion of the lower cylindrical body 41, and formed below the mouth portion 1 b of the beer can 1. A substantially cylindrical engagement seal member 31 made of, for example, synthetic rubber and having flexibility that can be engaged with the neck portion 1c and the lower end portion of the cap 13 is provided. In addition, an O-ring 32 made of, for example, synthetic rubber that can be brought into close contact with the upper surface of the cap 13 is fitted into a circumferential groove 46 provided around the lower surface of the horizontal portion of the cover member 45. The engagement seal member 31 and the O-ring 32 constitute a seal mechanism 30. Further, at least two or more lower handle portions 47a and upper handle portions 47b projecting outward are provided on the outer peripheral surfaces of the lower cylindrical body 41 and the upper cylindrical body 44, respectively.

  The lower cylindrical body 41, the upper cylindrical body 44, and the covering member 45 are each formed of a synthetic resin member.

  The carbon dioxide gas supply pipe 15 and the beer outlet pipe 17 are formed of, for example, a stainless steel pipe, and are respectively inserted into mounting holes 48 a and 48 b penetrating through the top portion 45 a of the cover member 45 so as to protrude below the cover member 45. The carbon dioxide supply tube 14 and the beer lead-out tube 16 are connected to the screw holes 49a and 49b connected to the upper portions of the mounting holes 48a and 48b through joints 51a and 51b that are screwed together through the packing 50. In this case, tapered portions (not shown) are provided at the lower ends of the screw holes 49a and 49b, and the packing 50 having a substantially circular cross section is tapered by the joints 51a and 51b being screwed into the screw holes 49a and 49b. The pipes 15 and 17 are prevented from coming off by being pressed against the lower surfaces of the parts and the joints 51a and 51b and being deformed so as to be in close contact with the carbon dioxide supply pipe 15 or the beer outlet pipe 17.

  Further, sharp edges 18 cut at acute angles with respect to the tube axis are formed at the lower ends of the carbon dioxide supply pipe 15 and the beer outlet pipe 17, that is, at the ends facing the cap 13. The sharp blade portions 18 tear a part of the cap 13 as the upper cylindrical body 44 and the covering member 45 are lowered, and tear the cap 13 without cutting off the carbon dioxide gas supply pipe 15 and the beer outlet pipe 17. Is rushed into the beer can 1.

  In the carbon dioxide gas supply pipe 15, when the beer can 1 is turned upside down, a check valve 19 for preventing the beer B in the beer can 1 from flowing backward to the carbon dioxide cartridge 3 or 3A side is provided. (See FIGS. 3 and 4).

  As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the holding means 10 stands up from two opposite sides of a mounting seat 10a fixed to the bottom of the first storage chamber 2a of the beer can 1 by, for example, a screw (not shown). And a pair of holding plates 10b having an arc shape in cross section, and the shoulder portions of the beer can 1 are held by both holding plates 10b. In this case, a stepped portion 10c is provided on the top of the holding plate 10b so as to hold beer cans 1 having different sizes, for example, 3 liters or 2 liters.

  To attach the anaerobic opener 20 configured as described above to the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1, first, as shown in FIG. 3, the lower cylindrical body 41 and the covering member 45 are placed on the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1. Cover the cover. Next, when the upper cylindrical body 44 is lowered by rotating the upper cylindrical body 44 with the upper handle part 47b while holding the lower handle part 47a of the lower cylindrical body 41 by hand, the upper cylindrical body 44 is covered as the upper cylindrical body 44 is lowered. The member 45 is lowered without being rotated, and the engagement seal member 31 is bent inward as the cover member 45 is lowered, and is engaged (closely) with the lower end portion of the cap 13 sealed in the mouth portion 1b. Then, the mouth portion 1b is sealed in a gas-water tight manner. Further, when the covering member 45 continues to descend, the carbon dioxide supply pipe 15 and the beer outlet pipe 17 descend while maintaining air-tightness, and the sharp blade portion 18 abuts against the cap 13 and a tear is formed in a part of the cap 13. At the same time, the cap 13 is cut off without being cut off, and the carbon dioxide supply pipe 15 and the beer outlet pipe 17 enter the beer can 1. In this state, since the O-ring 32 is in close contact with the upper surface of the cap 13, the beer B in the beer can 1 can be prevented from leaking to the outside. Even if beer B flows to the outside through the O-ring 32, the engagement seal member 31 can prevent leakage to the outside.

  After attaching the anaerobic opener 20 to the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1 as described above, the beer can 1 is turned upside down, and the shoulder portion of the beer can 1 is supported by the holding plate 10b of the holding means 10. The lid 12 is closed to the opening 2a of the container 2, and the holding convex portion 12a provided on the lid 12 is engaged with the concave portion 1a on the bottom lower surface of the beer can 1 to hold the beer can 1 in an inverted state. (See FIG. 1). In this state, the open / close valve (not shown) of the carbon dioxide cartridge 3 (3A) is opened, and the tap 4 is operated with the mug J placed on the tray 11 or held by the hand. The beer B can be poured into the mug J.

  When the beer B remains in the beer can 1 and is stored until the next beer B is drunk, the open / close valve (not shown) of the carbon dioxide cartridge 3 (3A) is closed. Even in this storage state, since the adherent member 40 is adhered to the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1 in a water-tight manner, air does not enter the beer can 1 and an anaerobic state can be maintained. . Therefore, it can be stored without reducing the taste of beer B.

First Embodiment FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view showing a use state of the first embodiment of the anaerobic opener of the present invention, and FIG. 6 shows a state before opening of the anaerobic opener of the first embodiment. FIG. 7 is a cross-sectional view, FIG. 7 is an enlarged cross-sectional view of the main part of FIG. 6, and FIG. 8 is a cross-sectional view showing the open state of the anaerobic opener of the first embodiment.

  In the first embodiment, the anaerobic opener 20B is engaged with the entire beer can 1 and the cap 13 that seals the mouth 1b of the beer can 1 is kept in a sealed state so that anaerobic opening is possible. This is a case where the carbon dioxide supply path 15A as the gas supply means and the beer lead-out path 17A as the beverage lead-out means are integrally formed.

  The anaerobic opener 20B of the first embodiment includes a holding body 60 that holds the bottom of the beer can 1, an attachment member 40B (attachment means) that is movably attached to the holding body 60, and this A sealing mechanism 30B that seals the cap 13 that is incorporated in the adherend member 40B and seals the mouth 1b of the beer can 1 and a block body 70 that integrally forms the carbon dioxide supply means 15A and the beer outlet means 17A. is doing.

  In this case, as shown in FIGS. 6 to 9, the holding body 60 has a mounting portion 61 on which the beer can 1 is mounted and a cross-sectional arc shape that stands up against both sides of the upper surface of the mounting portion 61. The standing portion 62 is formed with a positioning step portion 61a adapted to the beer can 1 having a different size, for example, 3 liters or 2 liters. A male screw part 63 is provided on the outer side surface.

  As shown in FIGS. 6 to 9, the adherend member 40B includes a lower member 64 having a substantially hat-shaped cross section, and an upper plate member 66 fixed to the upper surface of the head 64a of the lower member 64 with screws 65, An operation nut 68 having a female screw portion 67 that is disposed between the lower member 64 and the upper plate member 66 and that is screwed with the male screw portion 63 provided on the standing portion 62 of the holding body 60 is provided. Yes. In this case, the flange 64b of the lower member 64 is provided with an arc-shaped notch 64c for loosely fitting the upright portions 62. Further, arc-shaped notches 66 a for loosely fitting the upright portions 62 are provided on both sides of the upper plate member 66 facing each other. Therefore, by fixing the lower member 64 and the upper plate member 66 with the screw 65 in a state where the operation nut 68 is screwed to the upright portion 62, the lower member 64 is rotated in accordance with the forward / reverse rotation of the operation nut 68. The upper plate member 66 and the operation nut 68 can move together along the upright portion 62 of the holding body 60.

  On the other hand, the block body 70 includes a flange portion 70a that contacts the inner peripheral surface of the inner space 64d of the head portion 64a of the lower member 64, and a block base portion 70b that has a sharp edge portion 18A on the lower end surface. The block base portion 70b is provided with a carbon dioxide gas supply path 15A as a carbon dioxide gas supply means and a beer lead-out path 17A as a beer lead-out means in parallel with each other. The carbon dioxide supply path 15A and the beer lead-out path 17A The carbon dioxide gas supply tube 14 and the beer outlet tube 16 are connected to the communication hole 64e of the lower member 64 and the communication hole 66b of the upper plate member 66, respectively, which are in communication with the upper end opening portion of the upper plate member via joints 51a and 51b. As in the above-described reference embodiment, the carbon dioxide gas supply passage 15A is provided with a check valve 19 for preventing the beer B in the beer can 1 from flowing backward to the carbon dioxide cartridge 3 or 3A side. (See FIG. 7).

  The sealing mechanism 30B is formed of a synthetic rubber donut disk-shaped seal packing disposed on the lower opening side of the inner space 64d of the lower member 64 of the adherend member 40B. This sealing mechanism, ie, a donut disk-shaped seal packing 30B, is always blocked via a compression spring 54A between the flange portion 70a of the block body 70 and a spring seat 33 disposed on the upper surface of the seal packing 30B. The sharp blade portion 18A of the body 70 is placed at a position where it does not contact the seal packing 30B. The seal packing 30B is formed to be larger than the cap 13, and is provided with a tapered portion 34 protruding upward at the peripheral edge thereof, and has a diameter smaller than the diameter (DM) of the block body 70 at the center. A (DS) through hole 35 is provided. In addition, a through hole 33a having a diameter (DL) larger than the diameter (DM) of the block body 70 is provided at the center of the spring receiving seat 33 (see FIG. 10A). In this way, by forming the tapered portion 34 that protrudes downward at the peripheral portion of the seal packing 30B, the taper portion 34 becomes cap when the seal packing 30B is pressed against the cap 13 by the rotation of the operation nut 68. The sealability can be improved by being in close contact with the outer peripheral edge portion of 13. In addition, since the through hole 35 provided in the center of the seal packing 30B is made smaller in diameter (DS) than the diameter (DM) of the block body 70, the block body 70 penetrates so as to expand the through hole 35. Further, the sealing performance between the block body 70 and the seal packing 30B can be improved.

  In the first embodiment, the reference embodiment is the same as the first embodiment except that a holding groove 10B (holding means) for fitting the two standing parts 62 of the holding body 60 is provided at the bottom of the first storage chamber 2b of the container 2. Therefore, the same parts are denoted by the same reference numerals, and the description thereof is omitted.

  In order to anaerobically open the beer can 1 using the anaerobic opener 20 </ b> B of the first embodiment, first, the beer can 1 is placed on the placement portion 61 of the holding body 60. Next, when the operation nut 68 of the adherend member 40B is rotated clockwise, the seal packing 30B first comes into contact with the upper surface of the cap 13. Further, when the operation nut 68 is rotated, the block body 70 is lowered together with the adherent member 40B against the elastic force of the compression spring 54A, and the sharp blade portion 18A is sealed through the through hole 33a of the spring seat 33. While passing through the through-hole 35 of the packing 30B and hitting the cap 13, a part of the cap 13 is torn, and the cap 13 is cut without being cut off and enters the beer can 1. As a result, the carbon dioxide supply path 15 </ b> A and the beer outlet path 17 </ b> A communicate with the inside of the beer can 1. At this time, the through hole 35 of the seal packing 30 </ b> B is expanded by the block body 70 to be in close contact with the outer peripheral surface of the block body 70 (see FIG. 10B), and the tapered portion 34 is in close contact with the outer peripheral edge of the cap 13. Therefore, air does not enter the beer can 1 and the beer B in the beer can 1 does not leak to the outside.

  After attaching the anaerobic opener 20B to the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1 as described above, the holding body 60 is turned upside down, and the upright portion 62 of the holding body is fitted into the holding groove 10B provided in the container 2. By combining, the beer can 1 can be used in an inverted state (see FIG. 5). Moreover, when the beer B remains in the beer can 1, it can be stored in an anaerobic state.

Second Embodiment FIG. 11 is a cross-sectional view showing a state before opening of the second embodiment of the anaerobic stopper according to the present invention, and FIG. 12 shows the opening state of the anaerobic stopper according to the second embodiment. FIG. 13 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line II of FIG.

  In the second embodiment, a female screw portion 69a is provided on the opposite side surface of the upright portion 62 of the holding body 60 in the first embodiment, and a male screw portion 69b that engages with the female screw portion 69a is engaged with the operation nut 68A of the adherend member 40B. This is a case where the covering member 40C (attaching means) is provided. In this case, as shown in FIG. 15, the operation nut 68 </ b> A can be easily rotated by forming the concave grooves 68 a at appropriate intervals on the outer peripheral surface of the operation nut 68 </ b> A.

  In addition, in 2nd Embodiment, since another part is the same as the said reference embodiment and 1st Embodiment, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected to the same part and description is abbreviate | omitted.

  In order to anaerobically open the beer can 1 using the anaerobic opener 20C of the second embodiment, the beer can 1 is first placed on the placement portion 61 of the holding body 60 as in the first embodiment. To do. Next, when the operation nut 68A of the adherend member 40C is rotated clockwise, the seal packing 30B first comes into contact with the upper surface of the cap 13, and when the operation nut 68 is further rotated, the elastic force of the compression spring 54A. Against this, the block body 70 is lowered together with the adherend member 40C, and the sharp blade portion 18A passes through the through hole 33a of the spring receiving seat 33, passes through the through hole 35 of the seal packing 30, and hits the cap 13. Cut the cap 13 without cutting off the cap 13 and rush into the beer can 1. As a result, the carbon dioxide supply path 15 </ b> A and the beer outlet path 17 </ b> A communicate with the inside of the beer can 1. At this time, the through hole 35 of the seal packing 30 </ b> B is expanded by the block body 70 to be in close contact with the outer peripheral surface of the block body 70 (see FIG. 10B), and the tapered portion 34 is in close contact with the outer peripheral edge of the cap 13. Therefore, air does not enter the beer can 1 and the beer B in the beer can 1 does not leak to the outside.

  After attaching the anaerobic opener 20C to the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1 as described above, the holding body 60 is turned upside down as in the first embodiment, and the holding groove 10C ( The beer can 1 can be held in an inverted state for use by fitting the upright portion 62 of the holding body into the holder (see FIG. 5). Moreover, when the beer B remains in the beer can 1, it can be stored in an anaerobic state.

Third Embodiment FIG. 14 is a sectional view showing a state before opening of the third embodiment of the anaerobic stopper of the present invention, and FIG. 15 shows the opening state of the anaerobic stopper of the third embodiment. It is sectional drawing shown.

  In the third embodiment, for example, an anaerobic opening of a small beer can 1A containing 1 liter or 500 ml can be performed.

  Similar to the first embodiment, the anaerobic opener 20D of the third embodiment is equipped with a holding body 60 that holds both side portions facing the bottom of the beer can 1A, and is movable with respect to the holding body 60. A cover member 40D (attachment means) and a raising lid 13A corresponding to a cap incorporated in the coating member 40D and sealing the mouth 1b of the beer can 1A {specifically, the raising cover 13A And a block body 70 that integrally forms the carbon dioxide supply means 15A and the beer outlet means 17A.

  In this case, as in the first embodiment, the adherend member 40D includes a lower member 64 having a substantially hat-shaped cross section, and an upper plate member 66 fixed to the upper surface of the head 64a of the lower member 64 with a screw 65. And an operating nut 68 having a female threaded portion 67 that is disposed between the lower member 64 and the upper plate member 66 and that engages with the male threaded portion 63 provided on the standing portion 62 of the holding body 60. (See FIGS. 13 and 14). Then, the lower member 64 and the upper plate member 66 are fixed with the screw 65 in a state where the operation nut 68 is screwed to the upright portion 62, so that the lower member 64 is rotated in accordance with the forward / reverse rotation of the operation nut 68. The upper plate member 66 and the operation nut 68 are integrally moved along the upright portion 62 of the holding body 60.

  The third embodiment differs from the first embodiment in that the block base portion 70b of the block body 70 is provided at a position away from the raising lid 13A of the beer can 1A, and the spring receiving seat 33A and the seal packing 30D. Is formed larger than the diameter of the beer can 1A (specifically, a beer can of 1 liter or 500 milliliters, etc.), and the through holes 33a and 35 are raised and provided at a position (deviation position) that is removed from the lid 13A. It is a point. Note that the seal packing 30D includes a tapered portion 34 on the lower surface of the outer peripheral edge portion as in the first embodiment.

  In the third embodiment, the other parts are the same as those in the first and second embodiments. Therefore, the same parts are denoted by the same reference numerals and description thereof is omitted. In the third embodiment, instead of the operation nut 68, it is also possible to use an operation nut 68A provided with an external thread portion on the outer peripheral surface, as in the second embodiment.

Fourth Embodiment FIG. 16 is a cross-sectional view showing the usage state of the fourth embodiment of the anaerobic stopper according to the present invention, and FIG. 17 shows the state before opening of the anaerobic stopper according to the fourth embodiment. Sectional drawing and FIG. 18 are sectional views showing the opening state of the anaerobic opening device of the fourth embodiment.

  In the fourth embodiment, the anaerobic opener 20E is engaged with the beer can 1 in a one-touch manner, and the cap 13 that seals the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1 is left in a sealed state so that anaerobic opening is possible. This is a case where the carbon dioxide gas supply path 15A (pressurized gas supply means) and the beer outlet path 17A (beverage outlet means) are integrally formed.

  The anaerobic opener 20E of the fourth embodiment includes an adherent member 40E (attachment means) surrounding the mouth portion 1b and the cap 13 of the beer can 1, and the mouth of the beer can 1 incorporated in the adherent member 40E. A seal packing 30E (seal mechanism) that seals the cap 13 that seals the portion 1b, and a block body 70 that integrally forms the carbon dioxide supply path 15A and the beer outlet path 17A are provided.

  The adherend member 40E includes a cylindrical leg 80 that surrounds the mouth 1b and the cap 13 of the beer can 1 and a bulging head 82 that bulges on the upper end of the cylindrical leg 80 via a downward stepped portion 81. A lower cylindrical portion 84 that slidably surrounds the outer periphery of the cylindrical leg portion 80 of the adhered main body 83, and an upper step 85 at the upper end of the lower cylindrical portion 84. The adherend body 83 and the cylinder body are contracted between a cylinder body 87 having an extending upper cylinder portion 86, a downward step portion 81 of the adherence body 83, and an upward step portion 85 of the tubular body 87. And a spring 88 that urges an elastic force in a direction away from 87. Further, in the circumferential direction of the lower side of the cylindrical leg portion 80 of the adherend main body 83, ball holding holes 89 that expand outward are provided at appropriate intervals. A steel ball 90 is arranged so as to protrude inward of the cylindrical leg 80. Further, a standby recess 91 for the ball 90 is provided on the inner peripheral surface of the lower end portion of the lower cylinder portion 84 of the cylinder 87. A tapered portion 92 is provided between the upper end of the recessed portion 91 and the inner peripheral surface of the lower cylindrical portion 84.

  Further, in the inner space 93 formed by the cylindrical leg portion 80 and the bulging head portion 82 of the adherend body 83 of the adherend member 40E, as in the first to third embodiments, at the lower end. A block body 70 having a sharp blade portion 18A and a carbon dioxide gas supply passage 15A and a beer outlet passage 17A is provided, and the flange portion 70a of the block body 70 is formed in the same manner as in the first to third embodiments. A compression spring 54A is contracted between a spring seat 33 disposed on the upper surface of the seal packing 30E. Further, the bulging head 82 of the adherend body 83 communicates with the carbon dioxide gas supply passage 15A provided in the block body 70 and opens to one side surface 83a, and the beer provided in the block body 70. A second passage 83b that communicates with the lead-out passage 17A and opens to the other side surface is provided. A carbon dioxide gas supply tube (not shown) and a beer outlet tube (not shown) are connected to the openings of the first and second passages 83a and 83b through joints (not shown).

  In addition, in 4th Embodiment, since another part is the same as the said reference embodiment, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected to the same part and description is abbreviate | omitted.

  In order to anaerobically open the beer can 1 using the anaerobic opener 20E of the fourth embodiment, first, as shown in FIG. The ball 90 is pulled up to the bulging head 82 side of 83 to allow the ball 90 to wait in the recess 91. Next, holding the adherend body 83 and the cylindrical body 87 in this state, the cylindrical leg portion 80 is attached to the mouth portion 1b and the cap 13 of the beer can 1, and the seal packing 30E is brought into contact with the upper surface of the cap 13. . Next, when the adherend main body 83 is pushed down, the block body 70 is lowered, and the sharp blade portion 18A passes through the through hole 33a of the spring receiving seat 33, passes through the through hole 35 of the seal packing 30E, and hits the cap 13 to hit the cap 13. The cap 13 is not cut off and cut into the beer can 1, and the carbon dioxide supply passage 15 </ b> A and the beer outlet passage 17 </ b> A communicate with the beer can 1. At the same time, the ball 90 is pushed into the ball holding hole 89 by the lower cylindrical portion 84 of the cylindrical body 87 and protrudes inward of the cylindrical leg portion 80, and the lower end portion of the cap 13 of the mouth portion 1 b and the beer can 1. It engages with the neck 1c and is fixed by the elastic force of the spring 88 (see FIG. 18). At this time, the through-hole 35 of the seal packing 30E is pushed and expanded by the block body 70 so as to be in close contact with the outer peripheral surface of the block body 70, and the tapered portion 92 is in close contact with the outer peripheral edge of the cap 13, so that the inside of the beer can 1 Air does not enter the beer and beer B in the beer can 1 does not leak to the outside.

  After attaching the anaerobic opener 20E to the mouth 1b of the beer can 1 as described above, the beer can 1 is turned upside down and the beer can 1 is turned upside down with the holding means 10 as in the reference embodiment. It can be held and used. Moreover, when the beer B remains in the beer can 1, it can be stored in an anaerobic state.

Fifth Embodiment FIG. 19 is a cross-sectional view showing a state before opening of the fifth embodiment of the anaerobic opener of the present invention, and FIG. 20 shows the open state of the anaerobic opener of the fifth embodiment. It is sectional drawing shown.

  In the fifth embodiment, a vertical through hole 94 is provided in the bulging head portion 82 of the adherend body 83 of the adherend member 40E of the fourth embodiment, and the block body 70 can slide in the through hole 94. And the block body 70 is moved, that is, opened by the cam 101 of the operating lever 100 attached to the adherend body 83.

  In this case, as shown in FIG. 21, the operation lever 100 is rotatably mounted in a vertical direction with a pivot pin 102 on a pair of brackets 82 a standing on opposite sides of the bulging head 82 of the adherend body 83. The cam 101 provided at the free end of the operation lever 100 is configured to be able to engage with the upper surface of the block body 70. Further, a compression spring 54A is contracted between the flange portion 70a of the block body 70 and the spring receiving seat 33 disposed on the upper surface of the seal packing 30F formed in the same manner as in the first to fourth embodiments. The block body 70 and the cam 101 are always in contact with each other by the urging force of the compression spring 54A. In addition, a guide groove 103 is provided on one side wall of the upper cylinder portion 86 of the cylinder 87 to guide the operation lever 100 that falls in the horizontal direction when the cap is opened. Since the block body 70 may move upward and come out of the cap 13 in the opened state, a stopper groove 104 is provided on one side surface of the guide groove 103, and the operation lever 100 is tilted horizontally, It is better to rotate the upper cylinder portion 86 in the horizontal direction so that the operation lever 100 is engaged with the stopper groove 104 (see FIG. 20). For example, the base end portion of the operation lever 100 is formed so as to be bendable without rotating the upper tube portion 86, and the bend portion is engaged with the stopper groove 104 connected to one side of the guide groove 103. May be.

  In order to anaerobically open the beer can 1 using the anaerobic opener 20F of the fifth embodiment, as shown in FIG. 19, first, as shown in FIG. Then, the cylindrical body 87 is pulled up to the bulging head 82 side of the adherend main body 83 so that the ball 90 can wait in the recess 91. Next, holding the adherend body 83 and the cylindrical body 87 in this state, the cylindrical leg portion 80 is attached to the mouth portion 1b and the cap 13 of the beer can 1, and the seal packing 30F is brought into contact with the upper surface of the cap 13. . When the cylindrical body 87 is further pushed down, the ball 90 is pushed into the ball holding hole 89 by the lower cylindrical portion 84 of the cylindrical body 87 and protrudes inward of the cylindrical leg portion 80, and the lower end portion of the cap 13 of the mouth portion 1 b. It engages with the neck 1c of the beer can 1 and is fixed by the elastic force of the spring 88 (see FIG. 20).

  Next, when the operation lever 100 is rotated clockwise, the block body 70 is lowered against the elastic force of the compression spring 54 </ b> A by the cam 101, and the sharp blade 18 </ b> A passes through the through hole 33 a of the spring seat 33. The seal packing 30F passes through the through-hole 35, hits the cap 13, tears a part of the cap 13, cuts the cap 13 without cutting it, and enters the beer can 1, and enters the carbon dioxide supply passage 15A and the beer outlet passage. 17A communicates with the inside of the beer can 1. At this time, the through hole 35 of the seal packing 30F is pushed and expanded by the block body 70 so as to be in close contact with the outer peripheral surface of the block body 70, and the tapered portion 92 is in close contact with the outer peripheral edge of the cap 13, so that the inside of the beer can 1 Air does not enter the beer and beer B in the beer can 1 does not leak to the outside. Further, as described above, the operation lever 100 is engaged with the stopper groove 104 that is continuous with the guide groove 103 to prevent the block body 70 from coming out of the cap 13.

  After attaching the anaerobic opener 20F to the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1 as described above, the holding body 60 is turned upside down and the beer can is held with the holding means 10 as in the reference embodiment and the fourth embodiment. 1 can be held in an inverted state for use. Moreover, when the beer B remains in the beer can 1, it can be stored in an anaerobic state.

Sixth Embodiment FIG. 22 is a cross-sectional view showing a use state of a sixth embodiment of the anaerobic opener of the present invention, and FIG. 23 shows a state before the open of the anaerobic opener of the sixth embodiment. Sectional drawing and FIG. 24 are sectional drawings which show the open state of the anaerobic opener of 6th Embodiment.

  In the sixth embodiment, the cap 13 that seals the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1 is opened in an airtight state (anaerobic opening), and the adherend member 40G can be locked to the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1. This is a case where the block body 70G and the adherent member 40G (attachment means) that integrally form the carbon dioxide supply path 15A (pressurized gas supply means) and the beer outlet path 17A (beverage outlet means) are fixed.

  The anaerobic opener 20G of the sixth embodiment includes a block body 70G fixed to the adherend member 40G, a seal mechanism 30G that seals the cap 13 sealed to the mouth 1b of the beer can 1 in an air-watertight manner, and beer And a locking mechanism 120 detachably engaged with the mouth portion 1b of the can 1.

  In this case, in the block body 70G having the carbon dioxide gas supply path 15A and the beer outlet path 17A, the upper part of the flange part 70a is fixed to the adherend member 40G by the fixing screw 110. A cylindrical portion 111 that can surround the mouth 1b of the can 1 and the outside of the cap 13 is suspended.

  The adherend member 40G includes an adherent base portion 113 having a hanging cylinder 112 that is fixed to the upper surface of the flange portion 70a of the block body 70G and that hangs down from the outer peripheral edge thereof. The adherent base 113 is placed on the upper surface of the flange portion 70a in a state where the block base portion 70b extending above the flange portion 70a of the block body 70G is fitted, and a mounting seat 114 placed on the upper surface thereof. At the same time, the block body 70G is fixed by a fixing screw 110. Further, a male threaded portion 115 is provided on the outer peripheral surface of the hanging cylinder 112 of the adherent base 113, and a vertically movable stopper ring 121 having a female threaded portion 116 that is screwed into the male threaded portion 115 serves as an outer periphery of the adherent base 113. It is attached to the part.

  On the other hand, the locking mechanism 120 includes a pair of engagement levers 123 having an engagement cam portion 122 that can be engaged with the lower end portion of the cap 13 of the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1 and the neck portion 1c of the beer can 1 at one end, One end portion is pivotally attached to a first hinge pin 125 slidably inserted into a long hole 124 provided on the engagement cam portion side of the engagement lever 123, and the other end portion is a lower surface of the adherend base portion 113. The link member 128 pivotally attached to the bracket 126 projecting outside the block body 70G via the second hinge pin 127 and the engagement cam portion 122 of the engagement lever 123 are engaged with the lower end portion of the cap 13. In the combined state, the stopper ring 121 is engaged with the engagement lever 123 to maintain the engagement state.

  The seal mechanism 30G is formed by the same seal packing 30G as in the third to fifth embodiments. That is, it is formed by a donut disk-shaped seal packing 30G disposed in a cylindrical portion 111 provided in the block body 70G. The seal packing 30G includes a flange portion 70a of the block body 70G, The sharp blade portion 18A of the block body 70 is always in a position where it does not contact the seal packing 30G via the compression spring 54A between the spring receiving seat 33 disposed on the upper surface of the seal packing 30G.

  In the sixth embodiment, the other parts are the same as those in the reference embodiment to the fifth embodiment, so the same parts are denoted by the same reference numerals and description thereof is omitted.

  In order to anaerobically open the beer can 1 using the anaerobic opener 20G of the sixth embodiment, first, as shown in FIG. 23, the cylindrical portion 111 provided on the block body 70G is used as the mouth of the beer can 1. The seal packing 30G is brought into contact with the upper surface of the cap 13 by being attached onto the cap 13 of the portion 1b. Next, with the engagement cam portions 122 of both engagement levers 123 positioned at the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1 and the lower end portion of the cap 13, the engagement lever 123 is rotated to the beer can 1 side to engage. When the cam portion 122 is engaged with the lower end portion of the cap 13 and the neck portion 1 c of the beer can 1, the block body 70 </ b> G is lowered by the link member 128 that moves downward with the rotation of the engagement lever 123. The sharp blade portion 18A passes through the through-hole 33a of the spring seat 33, passes through the through-hole 35 of the seal packing 30F, hits the cap 13, tears a part of the cap 13, and tears the cap 13 without cutting it off. The battery enters the can 1, and the carbon dioxide supply path 15 </ b> A and the beer outlet path 17 </ b> A communicate with the inside of the beer can 1. In this state, the stopper ring 121 is moved downward while rotating to fix the engaging lever 123, thereby preventing the block body 70G from coming out of the cap 13 (see FIG. 24). The engagement lever 123 may be rotated by moving it downward while rotating the stopper ring 121.

  After attaching the anaerobic opener 20G to the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1 as described above, the beer can 1 can be held in an inverted state for use as in the reference embodiment. Moreover, when the beer B remains in the beer can 1, it can be stored in an anaerobic state.

FIG. 25 is a sectional view showing a state before opening of the seventh embodiment of the anaerobic stopper of the present invention, and FIG. 26 shows the opening state of the anaerobic stopper of the seventh embodiment. It is sectional drawing shown.

  In the seventh embodiment, the operation of the same cam lever 130 attaches the adherent member 40H (attachment means) to the cap 13 that seals the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1 in an air-watertight manner, and the carbon dioxide gas supply path 15A ( This is a case in which the pressurized gas supply means) and the beer outlet path 17A (beverage outlet means) are opened (anaerobically opened) by the block body 70H.

  An anaerobic opener 20H according to the seventh embodiment includes an outer cylinder 131 having an O-ring 32H (seal mechanism) that can be engaged with the lower end of the cap 13 inside the lower end, and the outer cylinder 131 in the outer cylinder 131. In the inner space of the inner cylinder 132 of the inner cylinder 132 of the inner member 132 that is slidably inserted and includes the inner cylinder 132 that surrounds the mouth 1b and the cap 13 of the beer can 1 Block body formed in the same manner as the first to sixth embodiments disposed slidably with respect to the seal packing 30H (seal mechanism) disposed on the inner cylinder 132 and the inner cylindrical body 132 of the adherend member 40H. 70H, and a cam lever 130 that is rotatably mounted in the vertical direction on the exterior cylinder 131 of the adherend member 40H.

  In this case, the interior cylindrical body 132 that constitutes a part of the adherend member 40H includes an upper connection wall 134 and a lower connection wall 135 at an upper end portion and a position below the upper end portion, respectively. The flange portion 70a of the block body 70H is slidably fitted in the through hole 136 provided in the eccentric position of the block 70H, and the block base portion of the block body 70H is inserted in the through hole 136a provided in the eccentric position of the lower connecting wall 135. 70b is slidably fitted. A compression spring 54B is contracted between the lower surface of the flange portion 70a of the block body 70H and the upper surface of the lower connecting wall 135 so that the block body 70H is always in the upper position (non-opening position). In addition, a compression spring 54C that constantly presses the seal packing 30H downward, that is, the cap 13 is provided between the lower surface of the lower connecting wall 135 and the spring seat 33 disposed on the upper surface of the seal packing 30H. Yes. As in the first embodiment, the seal packing 30H includes a tapered portion 34 at the outer peripheral edge portion and includes a through hole 35 having a smaller diameter than the block base portion 70b of the block body 70H.

  On the other hand, the cam lever 130 is attached to the upper part of the outer cylinder 131 constituting a part of the adherend member 40H so as to be rotatable in the vertical direction with a pivot pin 137, and at the tip part, the inner cylinder 132 is provided. A first cam portion 138 that engages with the upper surface of the upper connecting wall 134 and a second cam portion 139 that engages with the flange portion 70a of the block body 70H are provided (see FIG. 27).

  As in the fifth embodiment, a guide groove 103 that guides the cam lever 130 that falls in the horizontal direction when the cap is opened is provided on one side wall of the upper portion of the exterior cylinder 131. Since the block body 70H may move upward and come out of the cap 13 in the opened state, the stopper groove 104 is provided on one side of the guide groove 103, and the cam lever 130 can be moved onto the pivot pin 137. It is preferable that the cam lever 130 is moved in the horizontal direction orthogonal to the cam lever 130 in the horizontal direction and engaged with the stopper groove 104 (see FIG. 26). In addition, without moving the cam lever 130 onto the pivot pin 137, for example, the base end portion of the cam lever 130 is formed to be bendable, and the bent portion is engaged with the stopper groove 104 connected to one side of the guide groove 103. You may make it make it.

  In addition, in the said 7th Embodiment, since another part is the same as the said reference embodiment-6th Embodiment, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected to the same part and description is abbreviate | omitted.

  In order to anaerobically open the beer can 1 using the anaerobic opener 20H of the seventh embodiment, first, as shown in FIG. 25, the inner cylindrical body 132 of the adherend member 40H is connected to the mouth 1b of the beer can 1. The seal packing 30 </ b> H is brought into contact with the upper surface of the cap 13. Next, when the cam lever 130 is rotated to the beer can 1 side and the interior cylinder 132 is moved downward by the first cam portion 138, the O-ring 32H is sandwiched between the exterior body 132 and the neck portion of the beer can 1. The adherend member 40H is crushed so as to be in close contact with 1c and fixed to the beer can 1, and the seal packing 30H is brought into close contact with the upper surface of the cap 13 (see FIG. 27A). Further, when the cam lever 130 is rotated, the block body 70H is lowered (see FIGS. 27B and 27C), and the sharp blade portion 18A passes through the through hole 33a of the spring seat 33, and the seal packing 30H. The through hole 35 of the cap 13 hits the cap 13 and tears a part of the cap 13, and the cap 13 is not cut off and cut into the beer can 1, and the carbon dioxide gas supply path 15 </ b> A and the beer outlet path 17 </ b> A are connected to the beer. It communicates with the inside of the can 1 (see FIG. 26). Further, as described above, the cam lever 130 engages with the stopper groove 104 connected to the guide groove 103 to prevent the block body 70 </ b> H from coming out of the cap 13.

  After attaching the anaerobic opener 20H to the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1 as described above, the beer can 1 can be held in an inverted state for use as in the reference embodiment.

Eighth Embodiment In the above embodiment, the case where the beer cooling means is an electric cooling means including the Peltier element 5 or the like has been described, but instead of the electric cooling means, for example, as shown in FIG. As described above, the cooling water W stored in the first storage chamber 201 and the spare chamber 202 partitioned by the partition plate 204 having a large number of communication holes 203 communicating with the first storage chamber 201 are stored. The cooling means may be formed with the ice I.

  FIG. 28 illustrates the case where the cooling means of the reference embodiment is replaced with the cooling means composed of the cooling water W and the ice I. However, in the reference embodiments to the seventh embodiment as well, It can replace with the cooling means which consists of water W and ice I.

  In this case, the container 2 stores the first storage chamber 201 that stores the beer can 1 and the cooling water W, and the second storage that stores ice I (cooling means) for cooling the beer can 1 and the cooling water W. The first and second storage chambers 202 and 202 are partitioned through a partition plate 204 having a communication hole 203 that communicates with each other. A drainage port 205 is provided at the bottom of the storage chambers 201 and 202 (the bottom of the second storage chamber 202 in the drawing), and one end of a drainage tube 206 that also serves as cooling water adjustment is connected to the drainage port 205. The drain tube 206 is formed of a flexible synthetic resin tube such as polyethylene or polypropylene having flexibility.

  The drainage tube 206 formed in this way can be stored in a storage groove 207 provided in the vertical direction on the outer wall of the container 2, and a pair of latches provided in the upper opening of the storage groove 207. The projection 208 is configured to be locked in an upright state (see FIG. 29). Therefore, the drain tube 206 is disengaged from the locking projection 208, the opening end of the drain tube 206 is inclined downward, and the cooling water W stored in the first storage chamber 201 is drained to the outside. The volume of the cooling water W in the first storage chamber 201, that is, the contact area between the beer can 1 and the cooling water W can be adjusted. In addition, after discharging a predetermined amount of the cooling water W, the drainage tube 206 is stored in the storage groove 207, and the amount of the cooling water W can be visually observed from the outside in a state of being locked by the locking protrusion 208. It is like that.

  In this case, the partition plate 204 is formed of a porous plate having a large number of communication holes 203 made of, for example, aluminum or plastic. As shown in FIG. 28, the first storage chamber 201 and the second storage It is slidably fitted into a mounting groove 211 provided in the vertical direction of the opposite side wall 210 of the communication passage 209 communicating with the chamber 202.

  Note that in the eighth embodiment, the other parts are the same as those in the above-described reference embodiment. Therefore, the same parts are denoted by the same reference numerals and description thereof is omitted.

Ninth Embodiment FIG. 30 is a cross-sectional view showing a use state of a ninth embodiment of the anaerobic stopper according to the present invention, and FIG. 31 shows a state before opening of the anaerobic stopper according to the ninth embodiment. Sectional drawing and FIG. 32 are sectional views showing the open state of the anaerobic opener of the ninth embodiment.

  The ninth embodiment is a case where the anaerobic opener 20I is attached to the bottom 1d of the beer can 1B. Here, the case where the anaerobic opener 20I is applied to the one-touch type anaerobic opener shown in the fourth embodiment will be described. In addition, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected and demonstrated to the same part as 4th Embodiment.

  An anaerobic opener 20I according to the ninth embodiment includes, for example, an adherent member 40I (attachment means) that surrounds a bottom 1d of an aluminum beer can 1B containing 450 milliliters, and beer incorporated in the adherent member 40I. A seal packing 30I (sealing mechanism) for sealing the bottom 1d of the can 1B, a block body 70 that integrally forms a carbon dioxide gas supply path 15A (pressurized gas supply means) and a beer outlet path 17A (beverage outlet means). It has.

  The adherend member 40I includes a cylindrical leg portion 80 that surrounds the bottom 1d of the beer can 1B, and a bulging head portion 82 that bulges at the upper end portion of the cylindrical leg portion 80 via a downward stepped portion 81. An attachment main body 83, a lower cylinder portion 84 that slidably surrounds the outer periphery of the cylindrical leg portion 80 of the adherend main body 83, and an upper portion that extends to the upper end of the lower cylinder portion 84 via an upward step 85. A cylinder 87 having a cylinder portion 86, a downward stepped portion 81 of the adherence main body 83, and an upward stepped portion 85 of the cylinder 87 are separated from each other to separate the adherent main body 83 and the cylinder 87. And a spring 88 that urges an elastic force in the direction of the movement. Further, in the circumferential direction of the lower side of the cylindrical leg portion 80 of the adherend main body 83, ball holding holes 89 that expand outward are provided at appropriate intervals. A steel ball 90 is arranged so as to protrude inward of the cylindrical leg 80. Further, a standby recess 91 for the ball 90 is provided on the inner peripheral surface of the lower end portion of the lower cylinder portion 84 of the cylinder 87. A tapered portion 92 is provided between the upper end of the recessed portion 91 and the inner peripheral surface of the lower cylindrical portion 84.

  Further, in the inner space 93 formed by the cylindrical leg portion 80 and the bulging head portion 82 of the adherend body 83 of the adherend member 40I, as in the first to fourth embodiments, at the lower end. A block body 70 having a sharp blade portion 18A and a carbon dioxide gas supply passage 15A and a beer outlet passage 17A is provided, and the flange portion 70a of the block body 70 is formed in the same manner as in the third to fourth embodiments. A compression spring 54 </ b> A is contracted between the spring packing seat 33 disposed on the upper surface of the seal packing 30 </ b> I. Further, the bulging head 82 of the adherend body 83 communicates with the carbon dioxide gas supply passage 15A provided in the block body 70 and opens to one side surface 83a, and the beer provided in the block body 70. A second passage 83b communicating with the lead-out passage 17A and opening to the other side surface is provided. The carbon dioxide gas supply tube 14 and the beer outlet tube 16 are connected to the openings of the first and second passages 83a and 83b through joints 51a and 51b, respectively.

  In the ninth embodiment, the other parts are the same as those in the reference embodiment and the fourth embodiment. Therefore, the same parts are denoted by the same reference numerals and description thereof is omitted.

  In order to anaerobically open the beer can 1B using the anaerobic opener 40I of the ninth embodiment, first, as shown in FIG. 31, the cylindrical body 87 is attached to the main body against the elastic force of the spring 88. The ball 90 is pulled up to the bulging head 82 side of 83 to allow the ball 90 to wait in the recess 91. Next, holding the adherend body 83 and the cylinder 87 in this state, the cylindrical leg 80 is attached to the bottom 1d of the beer can 1B, and the seal packing 30I is brought into contact with the bottom 1e of the bottom 1d. Next, when the adherend body 83 is pushed down, the block body 70 is lowered, and the sharp blade portion 18A passes through the through hole 33a of the spring seat 33, passes through the through hole 35 of the seal packing 30I, and hits the bottom surface 1e of the bottom 1d. As a result, the bottom 1d is partly cut, and the bottom 1d is not cut off, but is cut into the beer can 1B, and the carbon dioxide supply passage 15A and the beer outlet passage 17A communicate with the inside of the beer can 1. At the same time, the ball 90 is pushed into the ball holding hole 89 by the lower cylindrical portion 84 of the cylindrical body 87 and protrudes inward of the cylindrical leg portion 80, and is provided on the outer peripheral side of the bottom 1d of the beer can 1B. It engages with the constricted portion 1f and is fixed by the elastic force of the spring 88 (see FIG. 32). At this time, since the through hole 35 of the seal packing 30I is pushed and expanded by the block body 70 so as to be in close contact with the outer peripheral surface of the block body 70, air enters the beer can 1 or the beer B in the beer can 1 Will not leak to the outside.

  After mounting the anaerobic opener 40I on the bottom surface 1e of the bottom 1d of the beer can 1B as described above, the protrusion 82a protruding from the bulging head 82 of the adherend body 83 is used as the first portion of the container 2. The beer can 1B is raised by engaging with the recess 2d provided at the bottom of the storage chamber 2b, while the holding recess 12b provided on the lid 12 is engaged with the cap 13 of the beer can 1B to 1B can be held in an upright state for use. Moreover, when the beer B remains in the beer can 1B, the anaerobic state can be maintained and stored.

10th Embodiment FIG. 33 is a sectional view showing a use state of a tenth embodiment of the anaerobic opener of the present invention, and FIG. 34 shows a state before opening of the anaerobic opener of the tenth embodiment. Sectional drawing and FIG. 35 are sectional drawings which show the opening state of the anaerobic opening device of 10th Embodiment.

  The tenth embodiment is a case where the anaerobic opener 20J is engaged with the entire beer can 1B so that the bottom 1d of the beer can 1B is kept sealed and anaerobic opening is possible. Here, the case where the anaerobic opener 20J is applied to the anaerobic opener shown in the first embodiment will be described. In addition, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected and demonstrated to the same part as 1st Embodiment.

  The anaerobic opener 20J of the tenth embodiment includes a holding body 60A that holds the 13 parts of the cap of the beer can 1B, and an attachment member 40J (attachment means) that is movably attached to the holding body 60A. The seal packing 30J (sealing mechanism) that is incorporated in the adherent member 40J and seals the bottom 1d of the beer can 1B, the carbon dioxide supply path 15A (pressurized gas supply means), and the beer outlet path 17A (beverage outlet means) And a block body 70 formed integrally with each other.

  In this case, as shown in FIGS. 33 to 35, the holding body 60 </ b> A is placed on both sides of the placement portion 61 </ b> A for placing the mouth portion 1 b and the cap 13 portion of the beer can 1 </ b> B and the upper surface of the placement portion 61 </ b> A. And a standing recess 62b that matches the diameter of the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1B and the cap 13 is formed on the mounting portion 61A. A male screw portion 63 is provided on the outer surface of 62.

  33 to 35, the adherend member 40J includes a lower member 64 having a substantially hat-shaped cross section, an upper plate member 66 fixed to the upper surface of the head 64a of the lower member 64 with screws 65, An operation nut 68 is provided between the lower member 64 and the upper plate member 66, and has an internal thread portion 67 that engages with the external thread portion 63 provided on the upright portion 62 of the holding body 60A. Yes. In this case, the flange 64b of the lower member 64 is provided with an arc-shaped notch 64c for loosely fitting the upright portions 62. Further, arc-shaped notches 66 a for loosely fitting the upright portions 62 are provided on both sides of the upper plate member 66 facing each other. Therefore, by fixing the lower member 64 and the upper plate member 66 with the screw 65 in a state where the operation nut 68 is screwed to the upright portion 62, the lower member 64 is rotated in accordance with the forward / reverse rotation of the operation nut 68. The upper plate member 66 and the operation nut 68 can move together along the upright portion 62 of the holding body 60.

  The seal packing 30J is formed in a donut disk shape made of synthetic rubber disposed on the lower opening side of the inner space 64d of the lower member 64 of the adherend member 40J. In the seal packing 30J, the sharp blade portion 18A of the block body 70 is always provided between the flange portion 70a of the block body 70 and the spring seat 33 disposed on the upper surface of the seal packing 30J via a compression spring 54A. The seal packing 30J is not touched. Further, the seal packing 30J is formed to be smaller than the inner peripheral diameter of the bottom portion 1d, and a tapered portion 34A that protrudes downward is provided at the peripheral portion thereof, and the diameter (of the block body 70 ( A through hole 35 having a smaller diameter (DS) than DM) is provided (see FIG. 10A). The spring seat 33 is formed in a substantially hat shape so as to avoid the standing edge 1g of the bottom 1b of the beer can 1B and press the seal packing 30J on the bottom 1e. A through hole 33a having a diameter (DL) larger than the diameter (DM) of the block body 70 is provided at the center of the spring seat 33 (see FIG. 10A). Thus, by forming the taper portion 34A that protrudes downward at the peripheral edge portion of the seal packing 30J, the taper portion when the seal packing 30J is pressed against the bottom surface 1e of the bottom portion 1d by the rotation of the operation nut 68. 34A can be brought into close contact with the outer peripheral edge of the bottom surface 1e to improve the sealing performance. In addition, since the through hole 35 provided in the central portion of the seal packing 30J is made smaller in diameter (DS) than the diameter (DM) of the block body 70, the block body 70 penetrates the through hole 35 so as to expand. Further, the sealing performance between the block body 70 and the seal packing 30B can be improved.

  In the tenth embodiment, other parts are the same as those in the reference embodiment, the first embodiment, and the fourth embodiment.

  In order to anaerobically open the beer can 1B using the anaerobic opener 20J of the tenth embodiment, first, the beer can 1B is placed in an inverted state on the placing portion 61A of the holding body 60A. Next, when the operation nut 68 of the adherend member 40J is rotated clockwise, the seal packing 30J first comes into contact with the bottom surface 1e of the bottom 1d of the beer can 1B. Further, when the operation nut 68 is rotated, the block body 70 is lowered together with the adherent member 40J against the elastic force of the compression spring 54A, and the sharp blade portion 18A is sealed through the through hole 33a of the spring seat 33. While passing through the through hole 35 of the packing 30J and hitting the bottom surface 1e of the bottom portion 1d, a part of the bottom portion 1d is torn, and the bottom portion 1d is cut without being cut off and enters the beer can 1B. As a result, the carbon dioxide supply path 15 </ b> A and the beer outlet path 17 </ b> A communicate with the inside of the beer can 1. At this time, the through hole 35 of the seal packing 30J is pushed and expanded by the block body 70 so as to be in close contact with the outer peripheral surface of the block body 70 (see FIG. 10B), and the tapered portion 34A is in close contact with the outer peripheral edge of the bottom surface 1e. Therefore, air does not enter the beer can 1B and the beer B in the beer can 1B does not leak to the outside.

  After attaching the anaerobic opener 20J to the bottom 1d of the beer can 1B as described above, the holding body 60A is turned upside down, and the upright portion 62 of the holding body is fitted into the holding groove 10B provided in the container 2 By doing this, the beer can 1B can be held in an upright state for use (see FIG. 56). Moreover, when the beer B remains in the beer can 1B, the anaerobic state can be maintained and stored.

  In the tenth embodiment, the case where the male screw portion 63 is provided on the outer surface of the upright portion 62 of the holding body 60A and the adherent member 40J is screwed to the male screw portion 63 has been described. However, the second embodiment described above. Similarly, a female screw portion may be provided on the opposite side surface of the upright portion 62 of the holding body 60, and the adherend member 40J may be screwed together.

◎ Other Embodiments In the above embodiment, the adherent members 40 and 40B to 40H are attached to the mouth portion 1b of the beer can 1 and 1A, or the adherent members 40I and 40J are attached to the bottom of the beer can 1B. Although the case was demonstrated, it is also possible to adhere | attach the adherence members 40 and 40B-40H on the bottom part 1d of beer cans 1 and 1A, and adherence members 40I and 40J are attached to the opening | mouth part 1b of beer cans 1B. It is also possible to deposit. Further, the adherend members 40, 40B to 40J are disposed at positions other than the mouth portion 1b and the bottom portion 1d of the beer cans 1, 1A, 1B, for example, near the neck portion 1c of the beer cans 1, 1A, 1B or near the bottom portion 1d. It is also possible to deposit.

  Moreover, although the said embodiment demonstrated the case where the anaerobic opener of this invention was applied to the beverage container (beer cans 1, 1A, 1B) of beer, it is the same also about drinks other than beer, for example, a drink container of carbonated drinks. Of course, it can be applied to.

It is a perspective view which shows the use condition of the beer server to which the reference embodiment of the anaerobic opener of this invention is applied. It is a top view which shows the principal part of the said beer server. It is sectional drawing which shows the state before opening of the anaerobic opening device of reference embodiment. It is sectional drawing which shows the open state of the anaerobic opener of reference embodiment. It is sectional drawing which shows the use condition of the anaerobic opener of 1st Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing which shows the state before opening of the anaerobic opening device of 1st Embodiment. It is a principal part expanded sectional view of FIG. It is sectional drawing which shows the open state of the anaerobic opener of 1st Embodiment. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the holding body and adherence means in 1st Embodiment. It is sectional drawing (a) which shows the relationship between the block body and seal packing in 1st Embodiment, and sectional drawing (b) which shows an anaerobic opening state. It is sectional drawing which shows the state before opening of the anaerobic stopper of 2nd Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing which shows the open state of the anaerobic opener of 2nd Embodiment. It is sectional drawing which follows the II line | wire of FIG. It is sectional drawing which shows the state before opening of the anaerobic opening device of 3rd Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing which shows the open state of the anaerobic opener of 3rd Embodiment. It is sectional drawing which shows the use condition of the anaerobic opener of 4th Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing which shows the state before opening of the anaerobic opening device of 4th Embodiment. It is sectional drawing which shows the open state of the anaerobic opener of 4th Embodiment. It is sectional drawing which shows the state before opening of the anaerobic opening device of 5th Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing which shows the open state of the anaerobic opener of 5th Embodiment. It is a cross-sectional perspective view which shows the attachment state of the operation lever in 5th Embodiment. It is sectional drawing which shows the use condition of the anaerobic opener of 6th Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing which shows the state before opening of the anaerobic opening device of 6th Embodiment. It is sectional drawing which shows the open state of the anaerobic opener of 6th Embodiment. It is sectional drawing which shows the state before opening of the anaerobic opening device of 7th Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing which shows the open state of the anaerobic opener of 7th Embodiment. It is explanatory drawing which shows the engagement state of the cam lever in the 7th Embodiment, an attachment means, and a block body. It is sectional drawing which shows the use condition of the beer server which comprises the anaerobic opener of this invention which comprises the cooling means which consists of cooling water and ice. It is a perspective view which shows the principal part of the said beer server. It is sectional drawing which shows the use condition of the anaerobic opener of 9th Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing which shows the state before opening of the anaerobic opening device of 9th Embodiment. It is sectional drawing which shows the open state of the anaerobic opener of 9th Embodiment. It is sectional drawing which shows the use condition of the anaerobic opener of 10th Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing which shows the state before opening of the anaerobic opening device of 10th Embodiment. It is sectional drawing which shows the open state of the anaerobic opener of 10th Embodiment.

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1,1A, 1B Beer can (container)
1b Mouth 1c Neck 1d Bottom 1e Bottom 3 Carbon dioxide cartridge (pressurized gas supply source)
10 Holding means 10c Holding groove (holding means)
13 Cap (lid)
13A Lifting lid (lid)
15,700 Carbon dioxide supply pipe (pressurized gas supply means)
15A-15F Carbon dioxide gas supply path (pressurized gas supply means)
17 Beer outlet pipe (beverage outlet means)
17A-17F Beer outlet (beverage outlet)
18, 18A Sharp blade part 30 Seal mechanism 30B-30J Seal packing (seal mechanism)
31 Engagement seal member (seal mechanism)
32, 32B O-ring (seal mechanism)
32C seal packing (seal mechanism)
34 Tapered part 35 Through-hole 40, 40B-40J Adhering member (adhering means)
54, 54B, 54B, 54C Compression spring 70, 70B-70H Block body

Claims (3)

  1. An anaerobic opener for a beverage container that allows the beverage in the beverage container to be led out while the beverage container remains sealed,
    A depositing means deposited on a part of the beverage container;
    A pressurized gas supply means connected to a pressurized gas supply source for supplying pressurized gas into the beverage container;
    A beverage derivation means for deriving a beverage in the beverage container;
    A block body provided in the adhering means, and provided in parallel with the supply path of the pressurized gas supply means and the outlet path of the beverage outlet means;
    A blade part that is formed at an end of the block body that faces the beverage container, and that tears the beverage container;
    A seal that is provided on the adherence means and maintains the airtightness of the pressurized gas supply means and the beverage outlet means in close contact with the opening surface of the beverage container when the blade portion abuts against the opening surface of the beverage container. A mechanism,
    The seal mechanism is provided with a through hole in the center and a tapered portion in close contact with the opening surface of the beverage container at the periphery, and is formed of seal packing, and the diameter of the through hole of the seal packing is It is formed smaller than the diameter of the block body,
    In the state where the seal packing is in close contact with the opening surface of the beverage container, the block body pushes and penetrates the through hole of the seal packing and the taper portion is in close contact with the opening surface. An anaerobic opener for a beverage container, wherein a part of the beverage container is cut and the pressurized gas supply means and the beverage outlet means are formed so as to be able to enter the beverage container.
  2. An anaerobic opener for a beverage container according to claim 1,
    An anaerobic opening of a beverage container, characterized in that a blade for forming an elastic force is interposed between the block body and the seal packing so that the blade portion formed on the block body does not contact the seal packing. Stopper.
  3. An anaerobic opener for a beverage container according to claim 1 or 2,
    An anaerobic opener for beverage containers, further comprising holding means for holding the beverage container in an inverted state with the adherence means positioned at the lower end.
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