NL1014270C2 - Mountable box. - Google Patents

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NL1014270C2
NL1014270C2 NL1014270A NL1014270A NL1014270C2 NL 1014270 C2 NL1014270 C2 NL 1014270C2 NL 1014270 A NL1014270 A NL 1014270A NL 1014270 A NL1014270 A NL 1014270A NL 1014270 C2 NL1014270 C2 NL 1014270C2
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
    • B65D5/00Rigid or semi-rigid containers of polygonal cross-section, e.g. boxes, cartons or trays, formed by folding or erecting one or more blanks made of paper
    • B65D5/20Rigid or semi-rigid containers of polygonal cross-section, e.g. boxes, cartons or trays, formed by folding or erecting one or more blanks made of paper by folding-up portions connected to a central panel from all sides to form a container body, e.g. of tray-like form
    • B65D5/24Rigid or semi-rigid containers of polygonal cross-section, e.g. boxes, cartons or trays, formed by folding or erecting one or more blanks made of paper by folding-up portions connected to a central panel from all sides to form a container body, e.g. of tray-like form with adjacent sides interconnected by gusset folds
    • B65D5/248Rigid or semi-rigid containers of polygonal cross-section, e.g. boxes, cartons or trays, formed by folding or erecting one or more blanks made of paper by folding-up portions connected to a central panel from all sides to form a container body, e.g. of tray-like form with adjacent sides interconnected by gusset folds and at least one side being extended and doubled-over to enclose the adjacent gusset flaps
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
    • B65D5/00Rigid or semi-rigid containers of polygonal cross-section, e.g. boxes, cartons or trays, formed by folding or erecting one or more blanks made of paper
    • B65D5/20Rigid or semi-rigid containers of polygonal cross-section, e.g. boxes, cartons or trays, formed by folding or erecting one or more blanks made of paper by folding-up portions connected to a central panel from all sides to form a container body, e.g. of tray-like form
    • B65D5/2004Rigid or semi-rigid containers of polygonal cross-section, e.g. boxes, cartons or trays, formed by folding or erecting one or more blanks made of paper by folding-up portions connected to a central panel from all sides to form a container body, e.g. of tray-like form the container body having hollow side-walls
    • B65D5/2009Rigid or semi-rigid containers of polygonal cross-section, e.g. boxes, cartons or trays, formed by folding or erecting one or more blanks made of paper by folding-up portions connected to a central panel from all sides to form a container body, e.g. of tray-like form the container body having hollow side-walls all formed by folding extensions of the side walls

Description

Mountable 'box

The invention relates to a set-up box, in particular a box of cellulose material, such as cardboard, for the transport of foodstuffs.

Due to the development of suitable cardboard types 5 it has been possible for some time to transport food products, such as fruit, in cardboard boxes. The material and / or construction of the box is sufficiently strong to retain sufficient strength in the event of moisture escaping from the food (such as tomatoes).

Usually the boxes are made from a blank, which is glued on machines in a cardboard factory and put up into a ready-made box, which is then transported by axis to the horticultural / food factory. However, the mounted boxes take up a large volume during transport, so that the attainable weight per trip is low.

A solution for this was the so-called ready-to-use box, which box is, among other things, the subject of European patent application 0.109.116. This box has diagonal folding lines in two opposite walls, and can therefore be glued together completely in the cardboard factory, but transported to the gardener and the like in a folded state, when folded. The ready-to-use box has single-walled walls, which may or may not consist of two layers of solid cardboard glued together.

The increased knowledge of the possibilities of cardboard has also made it possible to package food products in boxes, which are subject to spoilage and have to be cooled thereby 101 4270, 2. An example of this is fish.

Fish was usually transported in polystyrene trays strong enough to carry the 5 fish and hold water from preservation ice and from the fish. However, a drawback of these bins is that they are not recyclable and - just like the old cardboard boxes discussed above - take up empty and full the same transport volume.

10 Meanwhile, there are also double-walled cardboard boxes in which fish can be transported and sold. These boxes can be recycled, but have already been set up in the cardboard factory, so that there is still a volume problem.

An object of the invention is to improve on this. To this end, from one aspect, a box of cellulosic material, in particular cardboard, in particular solid board, comprising a rectangular bottom panel with a pair of first opposing edges and a pair of second opposing edges, with two first upright walls connected by a folding line to the first edges and two second upright walls connected by a folding line to the second edges, the first and the second upright walls each comprising two wall panels, which are spaced apart around a hollow wall space to be determined therebetween, wherein the first upright walls are collapsible and glued to the bottom panel and the second upright walls are secured to the remainder of the box by interlocking second coupling means provided on the second upright walls and on the first coupling means provided for the rest of the box, the first and second coupling means both on the bottom on the side when 35 act at the top of the upright walls.

Thus, a flat-wall transportable double-walled box is provided, which is for a large part 101 42711 3 ready by pre-applied (glue) connections, but the final design of the box can be done at the recipient of the box, just before filling the box, by interlocking the coupling means, whereby no gluing operation has to be performed and nevertheless a stable box is obtained.

The first coupling means are preferably provided on the first upright walls, with which the upright walls can hold each other in upright position.

Preferably, the first upright walls are provided with end parts which abut outwardly against parts of the second upright walls and are provided with first coupling means, whereby the second upright walls are retained towards the outside.

When at least part of the first coupling means are provided at end parts of the first upright walls which extend into the hollow wall space of the second upright walls, the smoothness of the surface of the box is left intact as much as possible.

Preferably, the second coupling means are formed at least partly on second securing strips connected thereto via a folding line provided on the outermost of the wall panels of the second upright walls, wherein the second securing strips form part of the second coupling means. The second mounting strips are an easy point of contact for the person putting on the box.

Preferably, the second coupling means are at least partly formed by the inner wall panels of the second upright walls, the first coupling means engaging behind those inner wall panels. This can be achieved in a constructionally easy manner if the first coupling means engaging behind the inner second wall panels are formed at the ends of an upper longitudinal bridge strip of the first upright walls.

The first coupling means preferably engage in the second upright walls. A stable corner enclosure is hereby obtained, wherein the second upright walls engage around the end parts of the first upright walls.

According to a further development, the outermost of the wall panels of the first upright walls are provided with first mounting strips connected thereto via a folding line, the first mounting strips being glued except for their ends on the bottom surface of the bottom panel, the second mounting strips are inserted in an insertion space between the ends of first longitudinal fastening strips and the bottom panel 15.

Preferably the coupling means form a hook or snap connection, which can be detachable in order to be able to bring the box into a flat condition after use, so that it takes up little space in the transport to the place of packaging or to the paper collection company.

Preferably a part of the hook or snap connection is provided at the ends of the second fastening strips, near the fold line thereof, it is advantageous if at least a part of the hook or snap connection is provided on the inside of the hollow space of the second upright walls reach end parts of the first upright walls.

From a further aspect, the invention provides a box of cellulosic material, in particular cardboard, in particular solid board, comprising a rectangular bottom panel with a pair of first opposing edges and a pair of second opposing edges, with two via a fold line connected to the first edges first upright walls and two second upright walls connected via a fold line 35 to the second edges, the first and second upright walls each comprising two wall panels spaced apart from each other. 'J i -n ·: il 5 are to define a hollow wall space therebetween, the inner wall panels of the first and second upright walls being connected via the aforementioned folding lines to the bottom panel and the outer wall panels 5 thereof being provided with fastening strips attached to the reach the bottom of the bottom panel.

From a further aspect, the invention provides a box of cellulosic material, such as cardboard, in particular solid board, comprising a rectangular bottom panel with a pair of first opposing edges and a pair of second opposing edges, with two via a fold line connected to the first edges first upright walls and two second upright walls connected via a fold line to the second edges, wherein the first and the second upright walls each comprise two wall panels spaced about a hollow wall space therebetween in which the outermost of the wall panels of the first and the second upright walls are provided with first and second, respectively, longitudinal fastening strips connected thereto via a folding line, wherein the first upright walls are folded outwards and with their longitudinal fastening strips are fixed to the rest of the box and the second upright walls above and below are mechanically connected to the rest of the box by means associated with the carton of the box.

Preferably, the adjacent interior of the wall panels of the first and second upright walls 30 are interconnected by a corner piece, which is folded diagonally in half and is received in one of the hollow wall spaces. The angle between the two walls is thus reinforced and the mutual position of the two walls is thus more controllable. The diagonally folded corner piece can advantageously be inserted into the hollow wall space of the second walls. When the second walls are set up, they can easily be wrapped around the corner pieces in a continuous movement.

Preferably, the outer wall panels of the first upright walls and / or of the second upright walls are provided with an end part which is inserted within the hollow wall space of an adjacent upright wall, in order to reinforce the corner area. It is advantageous if the end part is inserted loosely, preferably clampingly, into the said hollow wall space.

Preferably, the adjacent upright walls are detachably connected to each other.

If necessary, further reinforcement of the corner area can be obtained if the outer wall panels of the first upright walls and / or of the second upright walls are provided with an end part, which is folded over against the relevant wall panel and is preferably glued to it.

The collapsibility of the first walls is enhanced if the first mounting strips define the hollow wall spaces of the first upright walls downwards. The first mounting strips thus lie against the bottom surface of the bottom panel, so that the. attachment is located outside the range of the food product, possibly water / moisture, so that the strength is maintained.

If the second longitudinal fastening strips define the hollow wall spaces of the second upright walls downwards, the transition between bottom panel and second wall on the inside of the box remains closed.

Preferably, the first longitudinal fastening strips with unglued ends extend over the second longitudinal fastening strips, in order to retain them by clamping cooperation with the bottom panel.

If it is not desired that water can remain in the box 35, drainage holes can be provided at a distance from the corners of the bottom panel, so that the water can also be discharged in a targeted and possibly controlled manner.

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If the first walls are longer than the second walls, the box can be pre-glued over its greatest length, which is favorable in view of the strength.

From a further aspect, the invention provides a collapsed or collapsed condition which is apparently suitable for being converted into a box without the use of connecting aids such as glue or staples and the like.

From yet a further aspect, the invention provides a collapsible cellulosic material box to be erected for use, such as cardboard, particularly solid board, comprising a rectangular bottom panel having a pair of first opposing edges and a pair of second opposing faces edges, with two first recessed recessed walls connected by a folding line to the first edges and two second recessed reclining walls connected by a folding line to the second edges, the first walls being defined in cross section by four panels with two wall panels, a connecting strip between the longitudinal outer edges of those panels, and a longitudinal fastening strip securing the lower wall panel to the bottom surface of the bottom panel, the second walls comprising at least two wall panels and one with the outermost of those panels foldable connected longitudinal fastening strip, which is free from the bottom panel and which Second coupling means for coupling engagement with spaced first coupling means is provided on the rest of the box, in particular the first upright walls.

Such a flat box is suitable for being transported in stacks to the food producer, such as a fish auction, and to be set up there by workers and subsequently to be filled with the food product.

Preferably, the ends of the longitudinal fastening strips attached to the bottom surface are loose to define a clamping space for the ends of the longitudinal fastening strip of the second walls.

From yet a further aspect, the invention provides a method for packaging food to be kept within a certain temperature range, such as fish, the box comprising a rectangular bottom panel and two pairs of raised, double or hollow walls, wherein a first pair of opposite walls 10 has a substantially rectangular cross-section and is attached to the bottom panel with an associated fastening strip and held in an outwardly folded state, flush with the bottom panel and the second pair of opposite walls also in a 15, when folded out, held in a plane with the bottom panel, connected only to the bottom panel by a folding line, the boxes in this flat state being transported in stacks from the carton factory to the food factory or wholesaler for packaging there, 20 the packer swings up the first pair of walls and then the second sets the pair of walls into an upright position by fixing the upright position of the second pair of walls by means of interlocking of fastening parts belonging to this pair of walls with the bottom panel and / or first pair of walls, after which the box is filled with the food and with several boxes are transported to the wholesale or retail trade.

Preferably, use is then made of a box of which the end edges of the first pair of walls and / or the second pair of walls located at the corners are provided with end parts, and wherein the end parts of the first pair are erected during erecting of the second pair of walls. or the second pair of walls is inserted into the hollow wall space 35 of the second or first pair of walls, respectively, to form a corner joint between adjacent upright walls.

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Preferably use is made of end parts which are integral with the wall parts of both pairs of walls directly connected to the bottom panel, these end parts being folded diagonally when the box is erected and inserted in one of the adjacent hollow wall spaces.

Preferably use is made of fastening parts which belong to the outer wall panel of the second pair of walls, which fastening parts are put into a plug connection with holding parts co-operating therewith on the rest of the box.

After the food has been sold, the boxes can be brought back into the folded-down state by loosening and folding down the other pair of walls, and then folding down one pair of walls, after which several folded-down boxes are transported to a collection point for waste paper for reuse.

The invention will be elucidated on the basis of the exemplary embodiment shown in the accompanying figures. Shown in:

Figure 1 shows a blank of an exemplary embodiment of the box according to the invention;

Figure 2 shows the box manufactured with the blank of Figure 1, in the inverted, folded-down position, with parts partly broken away;

Figure 3A is a top plan view of a corner area of the box of Figure 2 during a first stage of set-up;

Figure 3B shows the corner area of Figure 3, during -30 a second phase of setting it up;

Figures 4A and 4B show a top view and a rear view of the corner part of Figures 3A and 3B, upon completed set-up; and

Figure 5 shows a schematic representation of a cycle of a box according to the invention.

Figure 1 shows a blank 1 of solid cardboard, mainly consisting of a bottom panel 1014270 102 and short walls 3 and 4 and long walls 5 and 6 connected thereto by folding lines 20 and 21.

The walls 3-6 are in fact double-walled, and are respectively built up of first wall panels 3a, 5a, 5a and 6a, and second wall panels 3b, 4b, 5b and 6b, which are intended to lie substantially parallel to each other in the completed box. For this purpose, between the wall panels 3a and 3b, the wall panels 4a and 4b, the wall panels 5a and 5b and the wall panels 6a and 6b, bridge strips 3c, 10 4c, 5c and 6c, which form a flat horizontal top edge of the walls 3-6 in the completed box. The walls 3c-6c can also promote the stackability of the boxes. The bridge strips 3c and 4c are connected to the wall panels 3a, 3b and 4a, 4b by folding lines 22 and 23, and the bridge strips 5c and 6c are connected to wall panels 5a, 5b and 6a, 6b by folding lines 26 and 27.

At the outer edges as seen in the drawing, attachment strips or flaps 3d, 4d and 5d, 6d are connected to the wall panels 20 3b, 4b and 5b, 6b via folding lines 24 and 28, respectively.

It can be seen that the wall panels 3a-5a, 5a-4a, 4a-6a and 6a-3a are respectively connected to each other by corner parts 11, 13, 14 and 12, each of which is divided by diagonal folding lines 32 with parts 11a, 11b. , 13a, 13b, 14a, 14b and 12a, 12b. In this plan view of the blank 1, the folding lines 32 allow an upward approach of the two adjacent parts of the corner parts. The folding lines 33, 34 with which the corner parts 11-14 are connected to the adjacent wall panels thereby allow movement of the parts 11a, lib, etc., relative to wall panel 3a, 5a, etc., downwards as seen in the drawing. The corner parts are furthermore each provided with a hollow cut off point region 17.

The wall panels 3b and 4b are provided at their ends via folding lines 25 with end flaps 7a, 7b and 8a, 8b, the folding lines 25 enabling a fold-down of these flaps as seen in the drawing. The flaps 7a and 7b are provided with recesses 33. The wall panels 3b and 4b are provided with cut-off parts 18, 5 near the ends of the folding lines 24, furthermore forming projections 35 on the inner edge of the mounting flaps 3d and 4d.

The wall panels 5b and 6b are also provided with flaps, in this case flaps 9a, 9c, 9b, 9d, 10b, 10d and 10a and 10c divided by folding lines 30, which are connected to the relevant wall panels by folding lines 29. The folding lines 29 and 30 allow a pivotal movement downwards, seen in the drawing. At their bottom edge, the flaps 9a, 9b, 10a, 10b are provided with recesses 3b, whereby cams 34 are formed.

It can further be seen in figure 1 that the long bridge strips 5c and 6c are provided at their end with angular ends 16, which are provided with a stop edge 37.

In the cardboard factory, the plano 1 machi-20 sew is prepared for later conversion into a box without additional tools, such as staples or glue. In the case of an inverted blank 1, the flaps 9c, 9d, 10c and 10d are provided with glue and folded up and attached to the flaps 9a, 9b, 10b, 10a. The same operation takes place on the flaps 7a, 7b, 8a and 8b. These are thus fixed on the bottom surface of the wall panels 3b and 4b. Adhesive is then applied to the underside of the mounting strips 5d and 6d, except for the hatched end portions 38. Thereafter, the wall panels 5b and 6b are folded around fold lines 27 and the mounting strips 5d and 6d are bonded to the bottom of the bottom panel 2. Then the collapsed box 100 shown in Figure 2 is obtained. These boxes are stacked in factory A and held together in a stack 101 and, for example, transported by truck to a food supplier, such as a fish auction, where (see B in figure 5) the box 200 can be set up by hand 1014270 12 .

For this we return to figure 3A, in which the situation is shown for a corner area after the 5 walls 5 and 6 have been turned upwards around the folding lines 20 when the box (then again turned upside down) has been erected, wherein the corner parts 11-14 are automatically folded in half around their folding lines 32. The wall panels 3a, 4a are pivoted slightly inwards and upwards in direction E, so that they come to rest against the stop edge 37 with their surface facing away from the box. The bridge strips 3c, 4c and the wall panels 3b, 4b now extend diagonally upwards. Then, the corner parts 11-14 are manually pushed about the folding line 32 in the direction G to an abutting position against the bottom surface of wall panels 3a and 4a, as shown in figure 3B. The double folded flaps 9-10 are also turned around fold line 29 to the position shown in figure 3B. Then the wall panels 3b and 4b are gripped and these panels are rotated around the folding lines 22, 23 in the direction H (figure 2 0 3B and 5), the fastening strips 3d and 4d being held around the folding lines 24 to a perpendicular position thereon. , the wall panels 3b and 4b to a vertical position, wherein in the last part of this movement the fastening flaps 3d and 4d are brought against the bottom surface 25 of the bottom panel 2, and the ends of the fastening strips 3d and 4d in the space between the glueless end parts 3 8 of the fastening strips 5d and 6d and the bottom surface of the bottom panel 2 end up. In this case (Figures 4A, 4B) the cams 35 get behind the cams 34 on the flaps 9a, 9b, 10a, 10b, and a reverse movement thereof is prevented, by a hook / snap action. Thus, the wall panels 3a, 4a are kept straight by the arrival against the stop edge 37 and the wall panels 3b, 4b by this hooking action. The friction 35 exerted by the end portions of the mounting strips 5d and 6d and the bottom surface of bottom panel 2 on the end portions of the mounting strips 3d and 4d complete the connection. The flap 7a, the double-folded corner part 11, 12 and the double-folded flaps 9a, 9c now extend into the hollow space of the walls 3 and 4, so that the corner is reinforced there. The flaps 9a, 9c can also exert an outwardly directed tension force on the wall panel 3b when the folding line 29 is formed, whereby the projection 35 is pressed tightly against the projection 34.

In the box 200 thus obtained, the end portions 16 (see Figure 1) extend below the end portions of the bridge strips 3c, 4c, so that a gap-free connection is obtained there between the bridge strips.

In this example, drainage holes 41 are provided at the edges of the bottom panel 2 at some distance from the corners on the long sides. The location of the drainage holes 41 is such that in the erected box 200 they are aligned with drainage holes 31. If necessary, drainage holes can also be dispensed with, depending on the wishes of the user of the boxes. The holes 40 provided in the corners promote folding there. By means of the diagonally folded corner parts 11-14, which are kept enclosed in one of the adjoining double walls, a tight corner connection is provided, without glue, whereby the tilting of the folded corner parts is prevented by abutting the top edge. against the bottom surface of the bridge strips 3c, 4c above.

The boxes 200 are now ready to be filled with, for example, fish, and to be transported on a pallet (figure 5, see C), as stack 201 to the fish shop D, where the fish can be displayed in the same boxes 200 for sale.

After use, the fishmonger can unfold the boxes without much effort and bring them into a folded box 100 condition. They can then be recirculated or, through the intermediary of paper wholesalers, be transported back to the cardboard factory A, and then be processed in new boxes.

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The boxes according to the invention provide a box suitable for packaging food in a thermally responsible manner, which requires a minimum transport volume.

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1 Q1 4 ;: '? section through four panels, with two wall panels, a connecting strip between the longitudinal outer edges of those panels, and a longitudinal fastening strip securing the lower wall panel to the bottom surface of the bottom panel, the second walls comprising at least two wall panels and a longitudinally fastening strip foldably connected to the outer of those panels, which is free from the bottom panel and which is provided with second coupling means for coupling engagement with spaced first coupling means on the rest of the box, in particular the first upright walls.
Box of cellulosic material, in particular cardboard, in particular solid board, comprising a rectangular bottom panel with a pair of first opposing edges and a pair of second opposing edges, with two folding lines connected to the first edges first upright walls and two second upright walls connected by a folding line to the second edges, the first and second upright walls each comprising two wall panels spaced apart to define a hollow wall space therebetween, the first upright walls can be folded down and glued to the bottom panel and the second upright walls are attached to the rest of the box by engagement of second coupling means provided on the second second upright walls and first coupling means provided on the rest of the box the first and second coupling means both at the bottom and at the top of d upright walls are provided.
2. Box according to claim 1, wherein the first coupling means are provided on the first upright walls.
Box according to claim 2, wherein the first upright walls are provided with end parts, which bear outwardly against parts of the second upright walls and are provided with first coupling means.
4. Box according to claim 2 or 3, wherein at least a part of the first coupling means are provided at end parts of the first upright walls which extend into the hollow wall space of the second upright walls.
5. Box as claimed in any of the foregoing claims, 1014270, wherein the second coupling means are at least partly formed on second fastening strips connected thereto via a fold line provided on the outermost of the wall panels of the second upright walls, the second fastening strips forming part of the second coupling means.
6. Box according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the second coupling means are at least partly formed by the inner wall panels of the second upright walls, wherein first coupling means engage behind said inner wall panels.
Box according to claim 6, wherein the first coupling means engaging behind the inner second wall panels are formed at the ends of an upper longitudinal bridge strip of the first upright walls.
Box according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the first coupling means engage in the second upright walls.
Box according to any one of the preceding claims, 2. wherein the outermost of the wall panels of the first upright walls are provided with first fastening strips connected thereto via a folding line, the first fastening strips being glued to the bottom surface of except for their ends. the bottom panel, wherein the second mounting strips are inserted into an insertion space between the ends of first longitudinal mounting strips and the bottom panel.
10. Box as claimed in any of the foregoing claims, wherein the coupling means form one or more hook or snap connections.
Box according to claim 10, wherein a part of the hook or snap connection is provided at the ends of the second fastening strips, near the fold line thereof.
Box according to claim 10 or 11, wherein at least a part of the hook or snap connection is provided on end parts of the first upright walls extending within the hollow space of the second upright walls.
13. Box of cellulosic material, such as cardboard, in particular solid board, comprising a rectangular bottom panel with a pair of first opposing edges and a pair of second opposing edges, with two first uprights connected by a folding line walls and two second upright walls connected by a folding line to the second edges, the first and the second upright walls each comprising two wall panels spaced apart to define a hollow wall space therebetween, the outermost of the wall panels of the first and the second upright walls are provided with first and second longitudinal fastening strips connected thereto via a folding line, the first upright walls being folded outwards and with their longitudinal fastening strips fixed to the rest of the box and the second upright walls top and bottom mechanically, by means of the cardboard from n the box associated means are connected to the rest of the box.
Box according to claim 13, wherein the second upright walls are turned around and held on parts belonging to the first upright walls.
A box according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the adjacent interior of the wall panels of the first and the second upright walls are connected to each other by a corner piece, which is folded diagonally in half and is received in one of the hollow wall spaces.
Box according to claim 15, wherein the diagonally folded corner piece is inserted into the hollow wall space of the second walls.
Box according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the outer wall panels of the first upright walls and / or of the second upright walls are provided with an end part, which is inserted within the hollow wall space of an adjacent upright wall, wherein the 1014270 end part loose, preferably clamped into said hollow wall space.
18. Box according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the adjacent upright walls are detachably connected to each other.
Box according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the outer wall panels of the first upright walls and / or of the second upright walls are provided with an end part, which is folded over against the relevant wall panel 10 and is preferably glued thereto.
A box according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the first mounting strips define the hollow wall spaces of the first upright walls downwardly.
21. Box as claimed in any of the foregoing claims, wherein the second longitudinal fastening strips define the hollow wall spaces of the second upright walls downwards.
22. Box according to claim 21, wherein the first longitudinal fastening strips with non-glued ends extend over the second second longitudinal fastening strips, in order to retain these by clamping cooperation with the bottom panel.
Box according to any one of the preceding claims, provided with drainage holes at a distance from the corners of the bottom panel.
A box according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the first walls are longer than the second walls.
Box in flat condition, to be erected into a box according to any one of the preceding claims.
26. Collapsible box 30 of cellulosic material, such as cardboard, in particular solid board, to be erected for use, comprising a rectangular bottom panel with a pair of first opposing edges and a pair of second opposing edges, with two folding lines first, outwardly extending reclining walls connected to the first edges and two second, outwardly extending, reclining walls connected to the second edges by means of a folding line, the first walls being in
27. The collapsed box of claim 26, wherein the ends of the longitudinal fastening strips attached to the bottom surface are loose to define a clamping space for the ends of the longitudinal fastening strip of the second walls.
28. A method of packaging food to be kept within a certain temperature range, such as fish, the box comprising a rectangular bottom panel and two pairs of upright, double or hollow walls, a first pair of opposing walls having a substantially rectangular cross-section and is attached to the bottom panel with a fastening strip attached thereto and held in an outwardly folded state, in a plane with the bottom panel and the second pair of opposing walls also in an outwardly folded state, in a plane with the bottom panel held only by a folding line connected to the bottom panel, the boxes in this flat state being transported in stacks from the carton factory to the food factory or wholesaler for packaging there, for which the packer pivots up the first pair of walls and then the second pair of walls in an erected position below the m by interlocking fasteners belonging to this pair of walls with bottom panel and / or first pair of walls, capturing the upright position of the second pair of walls, after which the box is filled with the food and transported in several boxes to the wholesale or retail trade .
29. Method as claimed in claim 30, wherein use is made of a box whose end edges of the first pair of walls and / or the second pair of walls located at the corners are provided with end parts, and wherein during the erecting of the second pair of walls the end portions of the first pair or the second pair of walls are inserted into the hollow wall space of the second or first pair of walls, respectively, to form a corner joint between adjacent upright walls.
30. Method as claimed in claim 30 or 31, wherein use is made of end parts which form an integral part with the wall parts of both pairs of walls directly connected to the bottom panel, wherein these end parts are folded diagonally when the box is erected and into one of the adjacent hollow wall spaces. 2 0
31. A method according to claim 28, 29 or 30, in which use is made of coupling parts belonging to the second pair of upright walls, which fixing parts are coupled with holding parts co-operating therewith to the rest of the box.
A method according to any one of claims 28-31, wherein the boxes are brought back into the folded-down state after sale of the food by detaching and folding down the other pair of walls, and then folding down the one pair of walls after which 30 multiple folded boxes are transported to a waste paper collection point for reuse.
33. Box of cellulosic material, in particular cardboard, in particular solid board, comprising a rectangular bottom panel with a pair of first opposing edges and a pair of second opposing edges, with two folding lines connected to the first edges first upright walls and two second upright walls connected to the second edges via an i '(| .'i 7 T fold line), the first and second upright walls each comprising two wall panels spaced about a hollow wall space to be determined therebetween, wherein the inner wall panels of the first and second upright walls are connected via the aforementioned folding lines to the bottom panel and the outer wall panels thereof are provided with fastening strips which extend at the bottom of the bottom panel.
34. Box provided with one or more of the characterizing measures described in the attached description and / or shown in the attached drawings.
35. A method comprising one or more of the characterizing steps described in the attached description and / or shown in the attached drawings. 1014270
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