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JP5078753B2
JP5078753B2 JP2008140113A JP2008140113A JP5078753B2 JP 5078753 B2 JP5078753 B2 JP 5078753B2 JP 2008140113 A JP2008140113 A JP 2008140113A JP 2008140113 A JP2008140113 A JP 2008140113A JP 5078753 B2 JP5078753 B2 JP 5078753B2
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浩司 新後
文彦 天沼
真一 稲葉
毅 大海
実 前田
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  The present invention relates to a virgin seal of a cap in a packaging container.

  Conventionally, as a virgin seal (unopened confirmation seal) for preventing unauthorized opening of a cap of a packaging container at a store, there is one described in Patent Document 1.

  The unopened confirmation seal described in Patent Document 1 is an unopened confirmation seal of a screw-type cap that can be opened by being screwed with respect to a container body, and a cutting guide portion that is intermittently arranged with a plurality of cuts The seal main body is attached across the boundary between the cap and the container main body, and the cutting guide portion of the seal main body is provided along the boundary between the cap and the container main body. Here, the cutting guiding portion is provided in the entire region from the rear edge serving as the cutting start end of the seal body along the cap rotation advance direction for opening the cap to the front edge serving as the cutting end. In addition, the cut | interruption which comprises a cutting | disconnection guide | induction part consists of a linear perforation which makes a parallel with cap rotation advance direction.

  Furthermore, the unopened confirmation seal described in Patent Document 1 has falsification preventing cuts at a plurality of locations on the outer peripheral edge of the seal body.

  In such a conventional unopened confirmation seal, when the user opens the container and intends to use the contents, the cap is removed by screwing the cap with respect to the container body. become. At this time, the seal body breaks along the cut line of the cutting guide part, and is divided into an upper seal piece stuck on the cap side and a lower seal piece stuck on the container body side.

On the other hand, when the container is tampered with and the contents are to be tampered with, the tamper attempts to remove the seal body without scratching it. At this time, if the tamper attempts to peel off the seal body from the outer peripheral edge of the seal body, the falsification preventing cut provided on the outer peripheral edge is broken. The trace of the rupture of the outer peripheral edge of the seal main body informs the implementation of the illegal opening at a glance.
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  However, in the unopened confirmation seal described in Patent Document 1, when the cap is screwed with respect to the container main body to open, the cutting guide portion moves forward from the rear edge of the seal main body along the cap rotation advance direction. The seal body is provided in the whole area of the edge, and the seal body is cleanly cut in a straight line along the direction of rotation of the cap along the cut line of the cutting guide part and divided into upper and lower seal pieces. The cut surfaces of the upper and lower seal pieces are linear.

  For this reason, after the tamper has opened the cap as described above and returns the cap to the original closed position, the upper seal piece on the cap side and the lower seal piece on the container body side are their linear cut surfaces. Matches neatly. Such upper and lower seal pieces appear as a single uncut seal body, making it difficult to detect the opening history of the cap at a glance.

  An object of the present invention is to provide a virgin seal that makes it possible to easily check the opening history of a cap.

The invention of claim 1 includes a seal body provided with a cutting guide portion that is intermittently arranged with a plurality of cuts and coated with an adhesive on the back surface, and the seal body straddles the boundary between the cap and the container body. A virgin seal of a cap that is attached and provided so that the cutting guide part of the seal body is along the boundary between the cap and the container body, and is rotated and opened with respect to the container body, and the cut of the cutting guide part is the cap provided ranging intermediate portion from the rear edge of the cap rotary proceeds seal body along the direction to open the, of the back surface of the seal body of the range cut of cleavage-inducing portion is provided, at least on the cap rotation leading direction and glue suppressing portion back surface of the seal body in the range of break of the foremost portion is provided along the cap rotation proceeds than the above range of cut of the cutting leading portion of the seal body is provided The back surface side of the front edge along a direction which was set to be used as an adhesive layer.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the virgin seal 10 is used for the packaging container 1 that is unscrewed to open the cap 1A by rotating the cap 1A relative to the container body 1B.

  In the virgin seal 10, an adhesive is applied to almost the entire back surface of the seal body 11 made of a plastic film, paper, or the like, and substantially the entire surface of the back surface except for a later-described glue suppressing portion 12 is used as an adhesive layer. As a plastic film which comprises the seal body 11, PE (polyethylene), PP (polypropylene), PET (polyethylene terephthalate), etc. can be used, for example. The seal body 11 can be made of paper or pulp. However, since the seal body 11 is used by being attached to the packaging container 1 via an adhesive layer, it is a plastic film in consideration of the packaging container and the adhesive. It is preferable. As an adhesive applied to the back surface of the seal body 11, for example, an acrylic adhesive can be used.

  The virgin seal 10 is provided with a cutting guide portion 20 in which a plurality of cut lines 21, 22, and 23 are intermittently arranged in a straight line on the seal body 11. The virgin seal 10 is used by sticking the seal body 11 across the boundary between the cap 1A and the container body 1B, and the cutting guide portion 20 of the seal body 11 is provided along the boundary between the cap 1A and the container body 1B. . When the user opens the container 1 and intends to use the contents, the cap 1A is removed by screwing the cap 1A to the container body 1B. At this time, the seal body 11 is broken along the cut lines 21, 22, and 23 of the cutting guide part 20, and the upper seal piece 11A attached to the cap 1A side and the lower seal piece attached to the container body 1B side. 11B.

  The virgin seal 10 has tamper-proof cuts 30 at a plurality of locations on the outer peripheral edge of the seal body 11. When a tamper who tries to tamper with the contents of the container 1 tries to peel off the seal body 11 and tries to peel it off from the outer peripheral edge of the seal body 11, the falsification preventing cut 30 provided at the outer peripheral edge is formed. Break. The trace of the breakage of the outer peripheral edge of the seal body 11 informs the execution of the illegal opening at a glance.

  However, the virgin seal 10 does not peel off the seal body 11 as described above, and even if the cap 1A is once opened and then returned to the original closed position, the upper seal piece on the cap 1A side is removed. 11A and the lower seal piece 11B on the container main body 1B side do not match these cut surfaces cleanly, and the following configuration is provided so that the opening history of the cap 1A can be detected at a glance.

  (1) The cutting guide portion 20 is provided in the middle from the rear edge R serving as the cutting start end portion of the seal body 11 along the cap rotation advance direction N for rotating the cap 1A.

  In the cutting guide portion 20, a penetrating cut 21 at the rear end serving as a cutting guide start end portion along the cap rotation advance direction N is arranged so as to intersect the rear edge R of the seal body 11. The cut line 21 is preferably linear (minus) along the cap rotation advance direction N so that the seal body 11 can start cutting without great resistance to the cap rotational force applied to the cap 1A by the user. The form is as follows.

  The cutting guide 20 cuts along the cap rotation advance direction N by cutting one or more intermediate cuts 22 following the above-mentioned last cut 21 and further following this cut 22 in the middle. A fore-end cut 23 is provided as a leading end portion.

  The cut 22 in the middle part of the cutting guide 20 takes over the cut from the cut 21 at the rearmost part of the seal body 11, and this cut is guided to the cut 23 at the foremost part substantially parallel to the cap rotation advance direction N. In this embodiment, an X-shaped form is used. The front end of the cut 21 and the X-shaped intersection of the cut 22 are arranged close to each other in a direction parallel to the cap rotation advance direction N.

  The cut 23 at the foremost part of the cutting guide 20 takes over the cut from the cut 22 at the intermediate part of the seal body 11, and cuts this cut from the middle part of the seal body 11 to the front edge F along the cap rotation advance direction N. It is set as a form which guides diagonally downward and becomes messy. This form of the cut 23 is an oblique line that obliquely crosses in the cap rotation advance direction N and extends from the cap 1A side to the container body 1B side, and one end (upper end) of the oblique line on the cap 1A side is the container body 1B. In this embodiment, it is a y-shaped configuration having a forward ascending oblique line 23A located on the front side in the cap rotation advance direction N with respect to the other end (lower end) on the side of the side. The lower end of the X-shaped forward downward slanting line 22A of the cut 22 and the lower end of the forward upward slanting diagonal line 23A of the cut 23 are arranged close to each other in a direction parallel to the cap rotation advance direction N. Here, the midway part means that the cutting guide part 20 starts from the rear edge R of the seal body and does not reach the front edge F. For example, in the first embodiment (FIG. 1) of the present invention, the midway part is located at a position where the cutting guide part reaches substantially the center part in the width direction of the seal body (length along the cap rotation advance direction N).

  Accordingly, when the cap 1A is screwed to the container body 1B to be opened, the seal body 11 is cut as shown in FIG. 1B and separated into the upper seal piece 11A and the lower seal piece 11B. At this time, the cutting line of the seal main body 11 guided by the cutting guiding portion 20 is as shown by a broken line in FIG. 1C, and is from the front end of the last cut 21 to the X-shaped intersection of the middle cut 22. Further, it extends from the lower end of the forward sloping oblique line 22A of the middle cut 22 to the lower end of the forward sloping oblique line 23A of the frontmost cut 23, and further obliquely from the upper end of the oblique line 23A of the frontmost cut 23 It is guided to the front lower side and reaches the above-described falsification preventing cut 30 </ b> A of the front edge F of the seal body 11.

  (2) Out of the back surface of the seal body 11 in the range where the cut lines 21, 22, and 23 of the cutting guide portion 20 are provided, the back surface of the seal body 11 in the range where at least the front cut 23 along the cap rotation advance direction N is provided Is defined as an adhesive suppressing portion 12. In the present embodiment, the entire range in which the cut lines 21, 22, and 23 of the seal main body 11 are provided is the glue suppressing unit 12. The glue restraining part 12 is formed by applying a glue restraining agent on the adhesive applied to the back surface of the seal body 11, and loses the adhesive strength of this part.

  The glue suppressing portion 12 on the back surface of the seal body 11 is preferably given a color different from the color of the surface of the seal body 11. The color given to the glue suppressing part 12 is obtained by coloring the glue suppressing agent.

According to the present embodiment, the following operational effects can be obtained.
(Claim 1)
(a) When the cap 1A is rotated and opened with respect to the container body 1B, the cutting guide portion 20 extends from the rear edge R serving as the cutting start end of the seal body 11 along the cap rotation advance direction N to the middle portion. Is provided. Therefore, in the portion where the cutting guide portion 20 exists, the seal body 11 is cut along the cut lines 21, 22, and 23 of the cutting guide portion 20 from the rear edge R along the cap rotation advance direction N to the middle portion. Furthermore, from the midway part to the front edge part F which becomes the cutting end end part, the guide part is cut randomly without being guided along the cap rotation advance direction N, and is divided into upper and lower seal pieces 11A and 11B. The upper and lower seal pieces 11A and 11B generate random wrinkles and the like around the cut surfaces, and the cut surfaces become non-linear random broken surfaces (FIG. 1B). Therefore, when the tamper opens the cap 1A as described above and then returns the cap 1A to the original closed position, the upper seal piece 11A on the cap 1A side and the lower seal piece 11B on the container body 1B side Presents a situation in which the cutting surfaces of the cap 1A are perceived at a glance because the cut surfaces do not coincide with each other.

  (b) Out of the back surface of the seal body 11 in the range where the cuts 21, 22, and 23 of the cutting guide 20 are provided, the back surface of the seal body 11 in the range where at least the front cut 23 along the cap rotation advance direction N is provided. Is defined as an adhesive suppressing portion 12. Therefore, in the seal body 11, the portion provided with the foremost cut 23, which is the occurrence point of the messy cutting described above (a) from the midway portion along the cap rotation advance direction N, is provided in the cap 1A by the glue suppressing portion 12. Since it is not attached to the container main body 1B, the messy wrinkles and the like of the upper and lower seal pieces 11A and 11B described above (a) are lifted or turned up. Thus, when the opened cap 1A is returned to the original closed position as described above (a), the opening history of the cap 1A can be detected at a glance.

(Claim 2)
(c) The cutting guide portion 20 is configured, and the foremost cut line 23 along the cap rotation advance direction N is a diagonal line 23A obliquely extending in the cap rotation advance direction N and extending from the cap 1A side to the container body 1B side. Then, one end of the oblique line 23A on the cap 1A side has an oblique line 23A located on the front side in the cap rotation advance direction N with respect to the other end on the container body 1B side. The rotational force of the cap 1A acting on the portion that becomes the upper seal piece 11A of the seal body 11 is the portion of the frontmost cut 23 that is located on the frontmost side in the cap rotation advance direction N at the cut 23, in other words. For example, it extends to the end (upper end) of the oblique line 23A on the cap 1A side first. Further, due to the shearing force generated when the cap 1A is rotated, a plurality of “wrinkles” are generated at the boundary between the cap 1A and the container body 1B, and the wrinkles enter the same direction as the cut 23. When the cap 1A is further rotated, the “wrinkle” becomes deeper and deeper, and cutting starts from the upper end of the oblique line 23A. As the wrinkle becomes deeper, it is cut in the direction perpendicular to the “wrinkle”, that is, in the lower right direction (facing forward and downward, facing the diagonal forward container body).

  Therefore, the cut 23 at the foremost part, which is the occurrence point of the messy cutting of (a) from the middle part along the cap rotation advance direction N in the seal body 11, starts cutting from one end of the oblique line 23A on the cap 1A side. The direction in which the messy cutting line extends is obliquely forward and downward with respect to the cap rotation advance direction N (or obliquely forward container body side). That is, the above-described (a) cut surfaces of the upper and lower seal pieces 11A and 11B of the seal body 11 become more messy fracture surfaces that are significantly oblique to the cap rotation advance direction N. Thereby, when the opened cap 1A is returned to the original closed position as in the case of 1A described above, a situation in which the opening history of the cap 1A can be perceived at a glance is presented.

(Claim 3)
(d) The glue suppressing portion 12 on the back surface of the seal body 11 is colored differently from the surface color of the seal body 11. Therefore, the above-described cut surfaces (a) and (b) of the upper and lower seal pieces 11A and 11B of the seal body 11 lift or turn up random wrinkles and the like, and follow the cut surfaces of the seal pieces 11A and 11B. When the back surface comes to the outside, the back surface can be surely recognized by the color difference from the front surface. Thereby, when the opened cap 1A is returned to the original closed position as in the case of 1A described above, a situation in which the opening history of the cap 1A can be perceived at a glance is presented.

  Further, the cut 22 in the middle part of the cutting guide 20 takes over the cut from the cut 21 at the rearmost part of the seal body 11 as described above, and this cut is made at the foremost part along the direction of forward rotation N of the cap. Any form that guides to the cut line 23 may be used, and for example, one or two or more of the forms shown in FIGS.

  Further, as described above, the cut 23 at the foremost portion of the cutting guide portion 20 is a diagonal line extending in the cap rotation advance direction N and extending from the cap 1A side to the container main body 1B side. One end (upper end) on the side of the container may be in a form having a diagonal line 23A with a forward upward slope located on the front side in the cap rotation advance direction N with respect to the other end (lower end) on the container body 1B side. Any form of (A) to (C) can be adopted.

  Thereby, the cutting | disconnection guide | induction part 20 provided in the seal | sticker main body 11 is comprised by the combination of the above cut | interruption 21, the cut | interruption 22, and the cut | interruption 23, for example, can employ | adopt FIG. The two cuts 23 were juxtaposed as the middle cuts 22).

FIG. 1 is a schematic view showing a usage state of an example of a virgin seal. FIG. 2 is a schematic diagram showing a form of cuts in the middle part of the cutting guide part. FIG. 3 is a schematic diagram showing the form of the forefront cut of the cutting guide. FIG. 4 is a schematic view showing a modification of the virgin seal.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Container 1A Cap 1B Container main body 10 Virgin seal 11 Seal main body 11A Upper seal piece 11B Lower seal piece 12 Adhesive restraint part 20 Cutting guide parts 21, 22 Cut 23 Frontmost cut 23A Diagonal line

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  1. A cutting guide portion that is intermittently arranged with a plurality of cuts is provided, and has a seal body on which a pressure-sensitive adhesive is applied on the back surface,
    The seal body is stuck across the boundary between the cap and the container body, and the cutting guide part of the seal body is provided along the boundary between the cap and the container body,
    A virgin seal of a cap that is rotated and opened with respect to the container body,
    Break of the splitting guide portion is provided in a range of from the rear edge of the seal body along the cap rotation leading direction to open the cap to the intermediate portion,
    Among the back surface of the seal body in the above range where the cut of the cutting guide portion is provided, at least the back surface of the seal body in the range where the front cut along the cap rotation advance direction is provided as a glue suppressing portion ,
    The virgin seal which uses the back surface by the side of the front edge part along a cap rotation advance direction rather than the said range in which the cut | interruption part of the cutting | disconnection guide part in a seal | sticker body is provided as an adhesive layer .
  2.   The foremost cut along the cap rotation advance direction that constitutes the cutting guide portion is a diagonal line that obliquely crosses the cap rotation advance direction and extends from the cap side to the container body side, and this diagonal cap 2. The virgin seal according to claim 1, wherein one end on the side has a diagonal line located on the front side in the cap rotation advance direction relative to the other end on the container body side.
  3.   The virgin seal according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the adhesive suppressing portion on the back surface of the seal body is provided with a color different from the color of the surface of the seal body.
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