NL2010320C - A resin compound delivery and connector system. - Google Patents

A resin compound delivery and connector system.

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NL2010320C
NL2010320C NL2010320A NL2010320A NL2010320C NL 2010320 C NL2010320 C NL 2010320C NL 2010320 A NL2010320 A NL 2010320A NL 2010320 A NL2010320 A NL 2010320A NL 2010320 C NL2010320 C NL 2010320C
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connector
valve member
container
portion
bore
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Dutch (nl)
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Willem Ipenburg
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Filoform Bv
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H02GENERATION; CONVERSION OR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC POWER
    • H02GINSTALLATION OF ELECTRIC CABLES OR LINES, OR OF COMBINED OPTICAL AND ELECTRIC CABLES OR LINES
    • H02G15/00Cable fittings
    • H02G15/003Filling materials, e.g. solid or fluid insulation
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
    • B65D47/00Closures with filling and discharging, or with discharging, devices
    • B65D47/04Closures with discharging devices other than pumps
    • B65D47/20Closures with discharging devices other than pumps comprising hand-operated members for controlling discharge
    • B65D47/26Closures with discharging devices other than pumps comprising hand-operated members for controlling discharge with slide valves, i.e. valves that open and close a passageway by sliding over a port, e.g. formed with slidable spouts
    • B65D47/261Closures with discharging devices other than pumps comprising hand-operated members for controlling discharge with slide valves, i.e. valves that open and close a passageway by sliding over a port, e.g. formed with slidable spouts having a rotational or helicoidal movement
    • B65D47/263Closures with discharging devices other than pumps comprising hand-operated members for controlling discharge with slide valves, i.e. valves that open and close a passageway by sliding over a port, e.g. formed with slidable spouts having a rotational or helicoidal movement between tubular parts
    • 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
    • B65D75/00Packages comprising articles or materials partially or wholly enclosed in strips, sheets, blanks, tubes, or webs of flexible sheet material, e.g. in folded wrappers
    • B65D75/52Details
    • B65D75/58Opening or contents-removing devices added or incorporated during package manufacture
    • B65D75/5861Spouts
    • B65D75/5872Non-integral spouts
    • B65D75/5883Non-integral spouts connected to the package at the sealed junction of two package walls
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H02GENERATION; CONVERSION OR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC POWER
    • H02GINSTALLATION OF ELECTRIC CABLES OR LINES, OR OF COMBINED OPTICAL AND ELECTRIC CABLES OR LINES
    • H02G15/00Cable fittings
    • H02G15/08Cable junctions
    • H02G15/18Cable junctions protected by sleeves, e.g. for communication cable
    • 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
    • B65D2575/00Packages comprising articles or materials partially or wholly enclosed in strips, sheets, blanks, tubes or webs of flexible sheet material, e.g. in folded wrappers
    • B65D2575/52Details
    • B65D2575/58Opening or contents-removing devices added or incorporated during package manufacture
    • B65D2575/583Opening or contents-removing devices added or incorporated during package manufacture the non-integral spout having an elongate cross-sectional shape, e.g. canoe or boat shaped
    • 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
    • B65D81/00Containers, packaging elements, or packages, for contents presenting particular transport or storage problems, or adapted to be used for non-packaging purposes after removal of contents
    • B65D81/32Containers, packaging elements, or packages, for contents presenting particular transport or storage problems, or adapted to be used for non-packaging purposes after removal of contents for packaging two or more different materials which must be maintained separate prior to use in admixture
    • B65D81/3261Flexible containers having several compartments
    • B65D81/3266Flexible containers having several compartments separated by a common rupturable seal, a clip or other removable fastening device
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H02GENERATION; CONVERSION OR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC POWER
    • H02GINSTALLATION OF ELECTRIC CABLES OR LINES, OR OF COMBINED OPTICAL AND ELECTRIC CABLES OR LINES
    • H02G1/00Methods or apparatus specially adapted for installing, maintaining, repairing or dismantling electric cables or lines
    • H02G1/14Methods or apparatus specially adapted for installing, maintaining, repairing or dismantling electric cables or lines for joining or terminating cables

Description

Title: A RESIN COMPOUND DELIVERY AND CONNECTOR SYSTEM

The present invention relates to a resin compound delivery and connector system.

The system can for example be embodied as a cable jointing or cable terminal end system, allowing to establish a joint or terminal end of one or more cables, e.g. electrical or optical cables. The system can for example also be embodied for use in joints or terminal ends of pipes, e.g. pipes conducting a gas or liquid. The system can for example also be embodied to be used in establishing a seal, e.g. to seal penetrations of cables or pipes through partitions, to seal gaps in constructions, e.g. in building industry, etc., for example as a fire or barrier seal.

For example in the field of the preparation of insulated electric cable joints and electrical cable terminal ends it is known to use squeezable containers embodied as bags, which bags have at least one chamber filled with an electrically insulating resin.

It is also known to make use of dual chamber bags, wherein a first chamber of the bag is filled with a first resin component and a second chamber of the bag filled with a second resin component, the first and second chamber being separated by a temporary barrier, e.g. a breakable seal or a removable clamp, allowing to bring the chambers into communication in order to mix the components prior to discharge of the mixed resin from the bag.

The resin compound is dispensed by squeezing the bag, e.g. manually or by means of a pump. The resin compound then is discharged into a cable joint housing in which a completed cable joint is received, so that the housing is filled with the cable joint resin and the cable joint becomes embedded in the resin. Common resin compounds are curable, normally cold curing, resins that harden over time.

In the field it is known to provide a cable joint housing member with a transfer member having a second connector and with an internal channel for passage of the resin. This housing member can form the entire housing by itself or be embodied to be combined with one or more additional housing members to form the cable joint housing. For example the present applicant in NL1002859 discloses in figure 3 a cable joint housing having a transfer member with a second connector, that is to be connected to a resin filled bag which is provided with an interconnectable first connector. The cable joint housing further comprises an open structure gauze that is wound around the one or more electrical cables. The transfer member is then placed against the gauze, and the housing is completed by wrapping the structure with plastic tape that forms a liquid-tight outer envelope of the housing. The resin is then supplied via the transfer member. A normally closed inlet valve is present in the internal channel, so that after completely filling the housing and disconnection of the bag, the inlet valve closes to keep the resin compound in the housing. The resin then cures and guarantees a complete insulation and waterproofing of the cable joint.

In an embodiment marketed by the present applicant, the connectors are embodied to provide a screw connection between the resin compound bag and the transfer member that is provided with the mating connector.

In another embodiment marketed by the present applicant, the connector of the resin compound bag is embodied as a female connector with a bore into which a male connector of the transfer member is to be introduced. The female connector is provided with a plug that seals the bore, which plug is pushed inward from its seat by the male connector. In the introduction motion of the male connector, the plug couples to the head of the male connector. This allows the plug to be returned into its seat when the resin compound bag is disconnected from the male connector. Thereby the bag is closed again.

In another presently available electric cable jointing system, the resin compound bag is provided with a connector having a containment membrane therein that seals the chamber of the bag. The connector on the transfer member is provided with a part having piercing teeth. Both connectors are screw threaded and upon screwing the bag onto the other connector, the piercing teeth rupture the containment membrane so as to allow for discharge of the resin into the transfer member.

As indicated above, similar joint or terminal end systems are employed for delivery of resin compound that seal and/or insulate pipe joints and pipe terminal ends, e.g. to ensure a complete sealing of the pipe joint or pipe terminal end.

It is also known to use such systems for establishing a resin compound based seal, e.g. to seal penetrations of cables or pipes through partitions, to seal construction joints, etc., for example as a fire barrier seal. Resin compounds are also employed to as bonding or adhesive agent.

It is desired to further improve the known systems, e.g. jointing and terminal end systems, of this type in view of e.g. chance of resin compound wastage, skin contact, etc. It is further desirable to enhance the user friendliness of the system, e.g. in view of demanding installation conditions and locations, the skills of the users of the system, etc.

The present invention therefore aims to provide an improved resin compound delivery and connector system.

The present invention proposes a system according to the preamble of claim 1, which is characterized in that the first connector comprises a first bayonet connection portion and the second connector comprises a second bayonet connection portion, so that the first and second connectors are interconnectable by axial insertion of one of the first and second connectors into a bore of the other connector, followed by a rotation over an angle of said inserted connector relative to said other connector so that the first and second bayonet connection portions reach a final connected position, wherein the first connector comprises a rotary valve member which is journaled to a base body of the first connector, wherein the rotary valve member - in a first angular position thereof relative to the base body of the first connector - closes the chamber of the container, wherein the rotary valve member comprises a first coupling portion which - when the valve member is in its first angular position - is adapted to couple directly to a second coupling portion on the second connector upon said axial insertion of the one of the first and second connectors into a bore of the other connector, wherein - upon said rotation over an angle of said inserted connector relative to said other connector to said final connected position - the rotary valve member is held stationary in angular direction relative to the second connector by the cooperating first and second coupling portions and is thus rotated to a second angular position relative to the base body of the first connector, wherein the rotary valve member is embodied to provide - in the second angular position -communication between the compound filled chamber and the internal channel in the compound transfer member allowing for discharge of the compound from the chamber into the internal channel and there along.

The inventive system enhances user friendliness and provides enhanced reduction of the risk of wastage and skin contact. This is achieved by combining the ease of a bayonet connection between the container and the transfer member with the resulting simultaneous actuation of the rotary valve member such that this rotary valve opens only during the last stage of fastening of the bayonet connection and close during the first stage of the release of the bayonet connection. This means that the valve is only open when it is assured that the container is fastened onto the transfer member by means of the bayonet connection. Once the resin compound has been dispensed, the container is removed which entails that the rotary valve is reclosed automatically and reliably whereby any residue is safely held in the closed container. The rotary valve reliable closes the container.

In a preferred embodiment the angular motion towards the final connected position is over about a quarter turn, e.g. between 60° and 120°. This allows for a convenient operation, e.g. compared to a screw connection which requires several full turns.

In a preferred embodiment the container is adapted to be squeezed by hand in order to expel the resin from the container, e.g. embodied as a collapsible bag, e.g. with a volume of between 0.1 and 3 liter.

In an embodiment the first connector is a female connector and the second connector is a male connector, wherein the first connector comprises a bore into which the male connector of the transfer member is insertable in axial direction via an insertion opening of the bore, and wherein the rotary valve member is journaled in said bore, and wherein the first coupling portion of the rotary valve member - when the valve member is in its first angular position -is adapted to couple directly to a second coupling portion on the male connector upon of insertion of the male member into the bore in the axial direction. This version is preferred as it enhances intuitive use by the user. In another embodiment the first connector is male and the second connector is female.

In an embodiment the first connector has a body that is provided with at least one port that adjoins the chamber of the container, wherein the rotary valve member comprises a passage which in the first angular position is not in aligned with the port and which in the second angular position is aligned with the port.

In an embodiment the first connector has a base that is provided with at least one port that adjoins the chamber of the container, and the rotary valve member comprises a passage, preferably within the valve member but optionally as a groove or the like on the outside of the body, which passage in the first angular position is not in aligned with the port and which in the second angular position is aligned with the port so that the resin can be dispensed from the container.

In a further development thereof the rotary valve member has a tubular body part that is journaled within the base of the first connector, which tubular body part is open at an end facing the second connector, and which is closed by a top wall at the other end, wherein one or more ports are formed laterally in the tubular body part, and wherein the one or more ports in the base are each aligned with a port in the tubular body part in the second angular position of the rotary valve member.

In a further development the rotary valve member comprises an annular skirt extending around the tubular body part at an the end thereof facing the second connector, a gap being present between said annular skirt and the tubular body part, into which gap an end region of the second connector is inserted during axial insertion of the second connector into a bore of the first connector.

In an embodiment the rotary valve member has a tubular body part that is adapted to extend with a part thereof into the second connector, a face of the tubular body part that is adapted to extend into the second connector and a face of the second connector are embodied being embodied as sealing faces so as to form a seal when the connectors are interconnected.

In a practical embodiment the second connector has at least one bayonet connector slot, preferably two bayonet connector slots at diametrically opposed locations of the second connector, and the first connector has one or more corresponding bayonet pins, each slot having an axial slot section and a circumferential slot section. The axial slot section may be oriented truly axial but an inclined orientation of said section towards the bend where the circumferential slot section starts is also possible. The circumferential slot section may equally extend in a plane normal to the axial direction, but may also be inclined relative to said plane when desired.

In an embodiment the circumferential slot section is provided with a retaining obstacle, e.g. a dam, over which the pin is urged during relative rotation of the first and second connectors, which dam provides resistance against reverse motion that releases the connectors.

In an embodiment the rotary valve member comprises one or more, preferably two at diametrically opposed locations, coupling bosses which each are, when seen in axial insertion direction of the connectors, axially aligned with a bayonet pin and behind said pin when in the first angular position, the coupling boss being arranged such that - when the one connector is axially inserted into the other connector - the coupling boss enters the axial slot section and remains in said axial slot section, whereas the bayonet pin becomes aligned with the circumferential slot section so as to allow for a subsequent relative rotation between the connectors in order to establish the bayonet connection.

In an embodiment the rotary valve member has a tubular portion and a coaxial skirt with at the end of the tubular portion facing the second connector, a gap being present between the skirt and the tubular portion, wherein the skirt of the rotary valve member has an abutment portion, that abuts in circumferential direction against a bayonet pin of the first connector when the rotary valve member is in its first angular position.

In an embodiment of the first connector as female connector with a valve member having a tubular body part journaled therein, the bore of the female connector has - when seen in insertion direction of the male connector - a first large diameter bore section and a second smaller diameter bore section, with a shoulder being present forming a transition between said first and second bore section, wherein the rotary valve member has a circumferential collar wall extending between the tubular body part that fits into the second bore section and the skirt that fits into the first bore section, said collar wall extending along the shoulder of the female connector.

In an embodiment - as is known in the art - the transfer member is provided with an inlet valve in the internal channel thereof, which inlet valve is normally closed and which is adapted to be opened by interconnection of the first and second connector or, alternatively, by resin compound flow into the channel. For example, a biasing spring is mounted between the inlet valve and the body of the transfer member, which biases the inlet valve into its closed position.

In an embodiment the transfer member forms a joint or terminal end housing member that is adapted to form by itself or in combination with one or more additional housing members a joint or terminal end housing in which a cable or pipe joint or a cable or pipe terminal end is received, e.g. of electrical cable(s), optical cable(s), or of pipe(s), which housing is to be filled with the resin compound to embed the joint or terminal end therein.

In an embodiment - as is known in the art - the transfer member comprises a plate body part, preferably a curved plate body part, e.g. semi-cylindrical, from which the male connector protrudes. This embodiment is e.g. advantageous in an embodiment - as is known in the art - wherein the housing further comprises an open structure gauze that is adapted to be wound around the electrical cable(s) to be joined or terminated and possibly about the plate body part, the housing further comprising a plastic tape that is to be applied to form a liquid-tight outer envelope of the housing, wherein the resin is to be supplied via the transfer member.

In an embodiment the transfer member forms part of a first housing shell part and a second housing shell part is then provided, possibly hinged to one another, the shell parts being adapted to be join one another to form a box about a joint or terminal end, e.g. of one or more cables or pipes. For example the shell parts are injection molded from suitable plastic material, e.g. polycarbonate. The shell parts may be hinged to one another, or e.g. secured to one another by clips, locking members, tape, etc.

Preferably, in an embodiment of the system with a housing which is to be filled with the resin compound, e.g. the shell parts or the tape wrapping, the housing is at least partially transparent to allow the user to witness the filling of the housing with the resin compound.

Preferably the container is at least partly transparent, preferably a transparent bag, e.g. to allow the user to see whether the kneading and/or mixing of the resin prior to discharge of the resin from the container is completed.

If desired the container is packaged in an outer protective packaging, e.g. a packaging envelope of aluminum foil or a foil containing an aluminum or other metal barrier layer to provide an enhanced barrier, e.g. against oxygen from the air. The container is preferably removed from said protective packaging when it is to be used.

In an embodiment the transfer member is provided with a fastening flange that is provided with an adhesive layer allowing to secure the transfer member onto an object, e.g. onto a housing in which the joint or terminal end is received.

As is preferred the squeezable container is a bag, but for example a squeeze bottle or squeeze tube, or a tube with sliding piston therein are also possible embodiments of the container.

The squeezing of the container to expel the resin may be done by squeezing the container directly by hand - which is preferred-, but in another, known, approach use is made of a pump device wherein the container is compressed to expel the resin compound therefrom.

In a practical embodiment the container is a bag, and the first connector has a base body that is sealed between two opposed walls of the bag. For example the base body has a central, e.g. an oval, portion, and possibly fins that protrude in opposite directions from the central portion, which central portion and possible fins are sealed between the opposed walls. For example the sealing is done by heat-sealing or ultrasonic welding to permanently secure the connector to the bag.

If desired an additional and removable covering seal, e.g. a foil patch, plug, or cap, can be provided to close the bore, which is removed prior to making the connection. This e.g. allows to avoid the ingress of dirt into the bore, e.g. when the bag is inadvertently dropped during a kneading process.

In an embodiment the container comprises a first chamber filled with a first resin component and a second chamber filled with a second resin component, the first and second chamber being separated by a temporary barrier, e.g. a breakable seal or a removable clamp, allowing to bring the chambers into communication in order to mix the components prior to discharge of the mixed resin from the container.

In an embodiment the resin is a cold curing resin, e.g. a cold curing epoxy resin or a cold curing polyurethane resin. Preferably the resin is hydrolysis resistant.

In an embodiment the resin contains one or more of polyether polyols, estherpolyols, and fire retardant additives.

In an embodiment the resin is a 2-component resin, each component being stored in a respective chamber of the container with a temporary seal there between.

The present invention also relates to a resin compound delivery and connector system adapted for use in the manufacturing of a joint or terminal end of one cables or pipes, wherein the system further comprises that the transfer member is embodied as part of a housing member adapted to form by itself or in combination with one or more additional housing members a joint or terminal end housing in which a joint or terminal end of is received, which housing is to be filled with the resin compound from the squeezable container.

The system may also be embodied to deliver a resin sealant, e.g. to fill a wall penetration gap around a pipe or cable, or to fill a gap in a construction. For example the transfer member is then embodied as a delivery tube from which the sealant is dispensed into the gap to be filled.

The present invention also relates to a squeezable container as disclosed herein having at least one chamber filled with an electrically insulating resin for use in the manufacturing of a cable joint or cable terminal end.

The present invention also relates to a method for manufacturing a joint or terminal end, wherein use is made of a system or a container according to the invention.

The invention will now be explained with reference to the drawings. In the drawings:

Fig. 1 shows an example of a system according to the invention,

Fig. 2 illustrates the manufacture of a cable joint with the system of figure 1,

Fig. 3 shows an alternative embodiment of the cable joint housing of the inventive system,

Fig. 4 shows an exploded view of the female connector and housing member with male connector of the system of fig. 1, a portion being cut away for clarity,

Fig. 5 shows female connector and housing member of fig. 4 with assembled parts prior to connection of the male and female connectors,

Fig. 6a and 6b show, in different views, the male and female connectors of fig. 5 after axial insertion of the male connector into the female connector

Fig. 7. shows the male and female connectors of fig. 6a, 6b after relative rotation of the connectors so that the final connected position has been reached,

Fig. 8a shows the female connector of fig. 5 with the rotary valve member in its first angular position,

Fig. 8b shows the body of the female connector of fig. 5,

Fig. 8c shows the rotary valve member of the female connector of fig. 5,

Fig. 9a shows the connectors in the situation of figs. 6a, 6b from a different angle with a further portion cut away to illustrate the location of the bayonet pin of the body of the female connector and the boss of the rotary valve member,

Fig. 9b shows a view corresponding to fig. 9a after the relative rotation of the connectors so that the final connected position has been reached.

With reference to the drawings examples of a cable jointing system, e.g. of an electrical cable, according to the invention will be discussed. It will be appreciated that a similar system is applicable for pipe joints or terminal ends.

The system comprises a squeezable container, here a bag type container 1 as is preferred.

Here - as is preferred - the container is embodied as a bag, having at least one chamber 2 (figure 2 shows two chambers 2, 2b separated by a temporary barrier 2c) that is filled with an synthetic resin, here an electrically insulating cable joint resin.

The system further comprises a cable joint housing member 30, here embodied as a curved plate body part 30 from which a transfer member provided with a male connector 40 protrudes. The part 30 and the transfer member provided with the connector 40 are integrally molded from plastic material. In this example the part 30 is also molded with two hooks 31 that can be broken off from the plate body and applied as is known in the art to secure a gauze.

As is known in the art, and illustrated in figure 2, the housing member 30 is embodied to be combined with other housing members to constitute a housing in which the cable joint is received and which is to be filled with resin compound from the bag 1. For example, in figure 2, the housing further comprises an open structure gauze 33 that is wound around the electrical cables A, B, C, to be joined. The housing further comprising a plastic tape 32 that is wrapped around the structure to form a liquid-tight outer envelope of the housing. The resin compound is to be supplied via the connector 40 and then is dispersed within the housing via the open structure gauze until the housing is filled. As discussed above, the bag 1 may be introduced into a pump device which is adapted to compress the bag 1 in order to expel the resin. In another approach the bag 1 is squeezed directly by hand.

Figure 3 illustrates an alternative housing having one or more shell parts 30a, 30b, to form a box in which the joined cables A and B are received. One of the shell parts is provided with a transfer member portion provided with the male connector 40.

An internal channel 41 is present for the passage of the resin compound into the housing.

The bag 1 is provided with a female connector 10 for dispensing the resin from the chamber 2.

The female connector 10 comprises a base body 11 with a bore 12 into which the male connector 40 of the housing member 30 is insertable in an axial direction via an insertion opening 12a of the bore 12.

A rotary valve member 20 is journaled to the female connector 10, here generally arranged within the bore 12 of the base body 11 in rotatable manner.

In a first angular position of the valve member 20 relative to the female connector 10 (figures 5, 6a, 6b, 8a,9a) the valve member 20 hermetically seals or closes the chamber 2 of the bag 1 so that chamber 2 is not connected to the bore 12.

The rotary valve member 20 comprises a first coupling portion, here a boss 21, which -when the valve member 20 is in its first angular position - is adapted to couple directly to a second coupling portion 44a on the male connector 40 upon axial insertion of the male member 40 into the bore in the axial direction. This is illustrated in figures 9a, b as will be explained further below.

The male connector 40 comprises a second bayonet connection portion, here formed by two bayonet connector slots 44 at diametrically opposed locations of the male connector 40, as is preferred on an external surface of the male connector 40. Each slot 44 has an axial slot section 44a and a circumferential slot section 44b.

The female connector 10 has a base body 11 that is provided with one or more corresponding bayonet pins 13, here two pins 13 at diametrically opposed position on an internal surface of the body, inwardly protruding into the bore 12 of the female connector 10.

As is shown here, the circumferential slot section 44b is provided with a retaining obstacle, here a dam 44c, over which the pin 13 is urged during relative rotation of the connectors. This dam 44c provides resistance against reverse motion that releases the connectors.

The male and female connectors 10, 40 are hereby directly mechanically interconnectable by axial insertion of the male connector 40 into the bore 12 of the female member 10, followed by rotation over an angle of the female connector 10 relative to the male connector 40 so that the pins 13 reached their final connected position at the blind end of the circumferential slot section 44b. This position is visible in figures 2, 7, 9b.

As can be seen best in figure 9a and 9b the rotary valve member 20 is held stationary in angular direction relative to the male connector 40 by the cooperating first and second coupling portions, here the boss 21 in the axial slot section 44a as is preferred. As a result thereof - upon the rotation over an angle to the final connected position of the female connector 10 relative to the male connector 40 - the valve member is rotated to a second angular position relative to the female connector 10.

The rotary valve member 20 is embodied to provide - in this second angular position - for communication between the resin compound filled chamber 2 of the bag and the internal channel 41 in the male connector 40 and so allows for discharge of the resin from the chamber 2 into the internal channel 41 and there along into the housing 30.

Upon complete or sufficient filling of the housing 30, the discharge is ceased and the bag 1 is removed by disconnecting of the bayonet connection. This involves first rotation of the bag 1 and the female connector 10 in reverse direction, until the pin 13 becomes aligned with the axial slot section 44a. Due to this motion, the valve member is brought into its first angular position again so that the bag 1 is now closed. Then the bag 1 is lifted from the male connector 40 in axial direction, wherein the pin 13 passes through and out of the slot section 44a.

As can be seen in e.g. fig. 5 the transfer member is provided with an inlet valve 48 in the internal channel 41 thereof, which inlet valve is normally closed and which is adapted to be opened by interconnection of the connectors or, alternatively, by resin flow from the bag 1 into the housing. For example a biasing spring (not shown for clarity) is placed underneath the valve 48, e.g. resting on lugs 49 that protrude inward in the channel 41.

The base body 11 of the connector 10 is provided with at least one, here two diametrically opposed, ports 14 that adjoin the chamber 2 of the bag 1.

The rotary valve member 20 has a tubular body part 23 that is journaled within the base body 11 of the connector 10. This tubular body part 23 is open at an end facing the insertion opening 12a for the male connector 40, and is closed by a top wall 24 at the other end of the part 23. One or more ports 25, here two at diametrically opposed locations, are formed laterally in the tubular body part 23. In the first angular position (fig. 6a,6b, 9a) of the valve member 20 the ports 25 are not aligned with the ports 14 in the base body 11 so that the bag 1 is closed. In the second angular position (fig. 7, 9b) the ports in the base body are each aligned with a port 25 in the tubular body part 23 so that the bag 1 is open and resin compound can flow from the bag 1 into the channel 41 of the male connector 40.

As shown here the rotary valve member 20 comprises an annular skirt 26 extending around the tubular body part 23 and at the end thereof facing the insertion opening 12a for the male connector 40. A gap 27 is present between the annular skirt 26 and the tubular body part 23. As can be seen in e.g. figure 6a, 6b, and 7 this gap 27 receives an end region of the male connector 40 during axial insertion of the connector 40 into the bore of the connector 10.

A face 28 of a part of the tubular body part 23 that is adapted to extend into the connector 40 and a face of the connector 40 are embodied as sealing faces so as to form a seal when the connectors 10, 40 are interconnected.

As can be seen in figure 7c an outwardly protruding rib 25a extends around each port 25 which optional feature serves to enhance sealing between valve member 20 and the base body 11 so that no product can enter between these parts.

When the valve member 20 is in its first angular position, as shown in figure 9a, the coupling bosses 21 each are, when seen in axial insertion direction of the connectors 10, 40, axially aligned with a bayonet pin 13 and behind the pin 13. The coupling bosses 21 are arranged such that - when the one connector 40 is axially inserted into the other connector 10 - the pin 13 and then the coupling boss 21 enter the axial slot section 44a. The bayonet pin 13 becomes aligned with the circumferential slot section 44b so as to allow for a subsequent relative rotation between the connectors 10, 40 in order to establish the bayonet connection. But the boss 21 remains in the axial slot section 44a and thus prevents the valve member 20 from rotation relative to the male connector 40.

In order to establish the first angular position in reliable manner, the skirt 26 of the rotary valve member 20 has an abutment portion 26a, that abuts in circumferential direction against a bayonet pin 13 of the connector 10 when the rotary valve member 20 is in its first angular position.

Figure 8b illustrates that the bore 12 of the female connector 10 has - when seen in insertion direction of the male connector 40 - a first large diameter bore section 12b and a second smaller diameter bore section 12c, with a shoulder 12d being present forming a transition between said first and second bore sections 12b, 12c. The rotary valve member 20 has a circumferential collar wall 28 extending between the tubular body part 23 that fits into the second bore section 12c and the skirt 26 that fits into the first bore section 12b, said collar wall extending along the shoulder 12d.

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  1. 1. Harsmassa-afgifte- en verbindingssysteem, omvattende: - een samenknijpbare houder (1), bijvoorbeeld een zakvormige houder, met ten minste één kamer (2) die is gevuld met een harsmassa en die is ingericht om te worden samengeknepen om de harsmassa uit de houder te dwingen; 1. Resin composition-release and connection system, comprising: - a squeezable container (1), for example, a bag-shaped container, with at least one chamber (2) which is filled with a resin composition and which is adapted to be squeezed to the resin mass from to force the container; waarbij de houder (1) is voorzien van een eerste connector (10) voor het afgeven van de harsmassa uit de ten minste ene kamer (2) van de houder, - een harsmassa-overbrengorgaan (30) dat is voorzien van een tweede connector (40) die verbindbaar is met de eerste connector (10), welk overbrengorgaan (30) een inwendig kanaal (41) heeft voor het passeren van de harsmassa die uit de houder (1) is gedwongen door samenknijpen, met het kenmerk, dat de eerste connector (10) een eerste bajonetconnectorgedeelte (13) omvat en de tweede connector (40) een tweede bajonetconnectorgedeelte (44, 44a, 44b) omvat, zodat de eerste en tweede connectoren (10,40) verbindbaar zijn door één van de eerste en de tweede connectoren axiaal in een boring (12) van de andere connector te steken, gevolgd door een rotatie over een hoek van de ingestoken connector (40) ten opzichte van de andere connector (10) zodat de eerste en tweede bajonetconnectorgedeeltes een uiteindelijk verbonden positie bereiken, waarbij de ee wherein the container (1) is provided with a first connector (10) for dispensing of the resin mass from the at least one chamber (2) of the container, - a resin mass-transfer member (30) which is provided with a second connector ( 40) which is connectable to the first connector (10), said transfer member (30) comprises an internal channel (41) for the passage of the resin mass that in the container (1) has been forced by squeezing, characterized in that the first connector (10) includes a first bayonet connector portion (13) and the second connector (40) includes a second bayonet connector portion (44, 44a, 44b), so that the first and second connectors (10,40) are connectable by one of the first and the second connectors axially to stabbing in a bore (12) of the other connector, followed by a rotation through an angle of the inserted connector (40) with respect to the other connector (10) so that the first and second bayonet-type connector portions reach a final connected position , wherein the ee rste connector (10) een draaibaar kleporgaan (20) omvat dat draaibaar is verbonden met een basislichaam (11) van de eerste connector, waarbij het draaibare kleporgaan (20) - in een eerste hoekstand daarvan ten opzichte van het basislichaam van de eerste connector - de kamer (2) van de houder (1) afsluit, waarbij het draaibare kleporgaan (20) een eerste koppelgedeelte (21) heeft dat - wanneer het kleporgaan (20) zich in zijn eerste hoekstand bevindt - is ingericht om direct te koppelen met een tweede koppelgedeelte (44a) van de tweede connector (40) bij het axiaal insteken van de ene van de eerste en de tweede connectoren in een boring (12) van de andere connector, waarbij - bij het over een hoek draaien van de ingestoken connector ten opzichte van de andere connector naar de uiteindelijke verbonden positie - het draaibare kleporgaan (20) in hoekrichting stationair wordt gehouden ten opzichte van de tweede connector (40) door de samenwerkende eerste en tweede koppelgedeeltes (21,44a) en rste connector (10) has a rotatable valve member (20) that is pivotally connected to a base body (11) of the first connector, wherein the rotatable valve member (20) - in a first angular position thereof relative to the basic body of the first connector - the chamber (2) of the container (1), shut-off, wherein the rotatable valve member (20) has a first engaging portion (21) which - when the valve member (20) is in its first angular position - is adapted to directly couple with a second engaging portion (44a) of the second connector (40) at the axial insertion of said one of the first and second connectors in a bore (12) of the other connector, in which - upon turning through an angle of the inserted connector at with respect to the other connector connected to the final position, - the rotary valve member (20) is held stationary in the angular direction with respect to the second connector (40) by the cooperating first and second coupling portions (21,44a), and dus naar een tweede hoekstand ten opzichte van het basislichaam van de eerste connector (10) wordt gedraaid, waarbij het draaibare kleporgaan (20) is ingericht om - in de tweede hoekstand - een verbinding te verschaffen tussen de met harsmassa gevulde kamer (2) en het inwendige kanaal (41) in het harsmassa-overbrengorgaan (30) die het toelaat dat de massa van de kamer (2) in het inwendige kanaal (41) wordt afgegeven en daarlangs. So is rotated to a second angular position relative to the base body of the first connector (10), wherein the rotatable valve member (20) is arranged to - in the second angular position - to provide a connection between the resin mass-filled chamber (2), and the internal channel (41) in the resin mass-transfer member (30) which permits the mass of the chamber (2) in the internal channel (41) is released and there along.
  2. 2. Systeem volgens conclusie 1, waarbij de eerste connector een vrouwelijke connector (10) is en de tweede connector een mannelijke connector (40), en waarbij de eerste connector een boring (12) omvat waar de mannelijke connector (40) van het overbrengorgaan (30) in axiale richting in kan worden gestoken via een insteekopening (12a) van de boring, en waarbij het draaibare kleporgaan (20) draaibaar is gelagerd in de boring (12), en waarbij het eerste koppelgedeelte (21) van het draaibare kleporgaan -wanneer het kleporgaan zich in zijn eerste hoekstand bevindt - is ingericht om direct te koppelen met een tweede koppelgedeelte (44a) van de mannelijke connector (40) bij het in axiale richting in de boring (12) steken van het mannelijke orgaan. 2. A system as claimed in claim 1, wherein the first connector comprises a female connector (10) and the second connector is a male connector (40), and wherein the first connector comprises a bore (12) in which the male connector (40) of the transfer member (30) in the axial direction can be inserted into through an insertion opening (12a) of the bore, and wherein the rotatable valve member (20) is rotatably supported in the bore (12), and wherein the first coupling portion (21) of the rotatable valve member -when the valve member is in its first angular position - is adapted to directly couple to a second coupling portion (44a) of the male connector (40) when in the axial direction in the bore (12), stabbing of the male member.
  3. 3. Systeem volgens conclusie 1 of 2, waarbij de eerste connector (10) een basislichaam (11) heeft dat is voorzien van ten minste één poort (14) die grenst aan de kamer (2) van de houder (1), en waarbij het draaibare kleporgaan (20) een passage (23) omvat die in de eerste hoekstand niet is uitgelijnd met de basislichaampoort (14) en die in de tweede hoekstand is uitgelijnd met de basislichaampoort. 3. A system according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the first connector (10) has a base body (11) which is provided with at least one port (14) which is adjacent to the chamber (2) of the container (1), and wherein said rotatable valve member (20) has a passage (23) which is not aligned in the first angular position with the base body port (14) and which is aligned in the second angular position with the base body port.
  4. 4. Systeem volgens conclusie 3, waarbij het draaibare kleporgaan (20) een buisvormig lichaamsdeel (23) heeft dat draaibaar is gelagerd in het basislichaam (11) van de eerste connector, welk buisvormige lichaamsdeel open is aan een naar de tweede connector (40) gekeerd einde, en dat gesloten is door een topwand (24) aan het andere einde, waarbij één of meer poorten (25) aan de zijkant zijn gevormd in het buisvormige lichaamsdeel (23), en waarbij de één of meer poorten (14) in het basislichaam elk zijn uitgelijnd met een poort (25) in het buisvormige lichaamsdeel in de tweede hoekstand van het draaibare kleporgaan (20). 4. A system as claimed in claim 3, wherein said rotatable valve member (20) comprises a tubular body portion (23) which is rotatably mounted in the basic body (11) of the first connector, said tubular body part is open at one to the second connector (40) facing end, and which is closed by a top wall (24) at the other end, wherein one or more ports (25) are formed on the side in the tubular body portion (23), and wherein the one or more ports (14) in the base body are each aligned with a port (25) in the tubular body part in the second angular position of the rotatable valve member (20).
  5. 5. Systeem volgens conclusie 4, waarbij het draaibare kleporgaan (20) een ringvormige rok (26) omvat die zich om het buisvormige lichaamsdeel (23) uitstrekt aan een einde daarvan dat naar de tweede connector (40) is gericht, waarbij een spleet (27) aanwezig is tussen de ringvormige rok (26) en het buisvormige lichaamsdeel (23), in welke spleet een eindgebied van de tweede connector (40) wordt gestoken tijdens axiaal insteken van de tweede connector (40) in de boring (12) van de eerste connector. 5. A system as claimed in claim 4, wherein the rotatable valve member (20) has an annular skirt (26) which extends around the tubular body portion (23) extends at an end thereof which is directed toward the second connector (40), wherein a gap ( 27) is present between the annular skirt (26) and the tubular body portion (23), in which gap is inserted an end region of the second connector (40) during axial insertion of the second connector (40) in the bore (12) of the first connector.
  6. 6. Systeem volgens conclusie 5, waarbij een vlak (28) van het buisvormige lichaamsdeel (23) dat is ingericht om zich tot in de tweede connector (40) uit te strekken en een vlak van de tweede connector (40) zijn uitgevoerd als afdichtvlakken om zo een afdichting te vormen wanneer de connectoren onderling verbonden zijn. 6. A system as claimed in claim 5, wherein a surface (28) of the tubular body portion (23) which is arranged to as to extend up to the second connector (40) and a face of the second connector (40) are constructed as sealing surfaces so as to form a seal when the connectors are interconnected.
  7. 7. Systeem volgens een of meer van de voorgaande conclusies, waarbij de tweede connector ten minste één bajonetconnectorsleuf (44) heeft, bij voorkeur twee bajonetconnectorsleuven (44) op diametraal tegenover elkaar gelegen plaatsen op de tweede connector (40), en waarbij de eerste connector één of meer overeenkomstige bajonetpennen (13) heeft, waarbij elke sleuf (44) een axiaal sleufgedeelte (44a) en een omstrekssleufgedeelte (44b) heeft, bij voorkeur waarbij het omtrekssleufgedeelte is voorzien van een tegenhoudobstakel (44c), bijvoorbeeld een dam, over of waarlangs de pen (13) wordt gedwongen tijdens relatieve rotatie van de eerste en tweede connectoren, welke dam weerstand verschaft tegen een teruggaande beweging die de connectoren (10,40) ontkoppelt. 7. A system as claimed in one or more of the preceding claims, wherein the second connector, at least one bayonet connector slot (44), preferably two bayonet connector slots (44) at diametrically opposed locations on the second connector (40), and wherein the first connector one or more corresponding bayonet pins (13), wherein each slot (44) has an axial slot portion (44a) and a omstrekssleufgedeelte (44b), preferably wherein the circumferential slot portion is provided with a retaining obstacle (44c), for example a dam, about or through which the pin (13) is forced during relative rotation of the first and second connectors, said dam provides resistance against a return movement which disengages the connectors (10,40).
  8. 8. Systeem volgens conclusie 7, waarbij het draaibare kleporgaan (20) één of meer, bij voorkeur twee op diametraal tegenover elkaar gelegen plaatsen, koppelnokken (21) omvat die elk, gezien in axiale insteekrichting van de connectoren (10,40), axiaal zijn uitgelijnd ten opzichte van een bajonetpen (13) en achter die pen (13) wanneer in de eerste hoekstand, waarbij de koppelnok (21) zodanig is opgesteld dat - wanneer de ene connector axiaal in de andere connector wordt gestoken - de koppelnok (21) in het axiale sleufgedeelte (44a) komt en in dat axiale sleufgedeelte (44a) blijft, terwijl de bajonetpen (13) uitgelijnd raakt met het omtrekssleufgedeelte (44b) om een daarna volgende relatieve rotatie tussen de connectoren (10,40) mogelijk te maken om de bajonetverbinding te vormen. 8. A system as claimed in claim 7, wherein the rotatable valve member (20) comprises one or more, preferably two, at diametrically opposite locations, with locking dogs (21) each of which, viewed in the axial direction of insertion of the connectors (10,40), axially are aligned with respect to a bayonet pin (13) and behind said pin (13) when in the first angular position, in which the link cam (21) is arranged in such a way that: - when the one connector is axially inserted into the other connector - the link cam (21 ) comes into the axial slot portion (44a) and, in that the axial slot portion (44a) remains, whereas the bayonet pin (13) aligned touches with the circumferential slot portion (44b) in order to allow for a subsequent relative rotation between the connectors (10,40) to form the bayonet connection.
  9. 9. Systeem volgens de conclusies 5 en 7, waarbij de rok (26) van het draaibare kleporgaan een aanslaggedeelte (26a) heeft, dat in omtrekrichting tegen een bajonetpen (13) van de eerste connector (10) aankomt wanneer het draaibare kleporgaan (20) zich in de eerste hoekstand bevindt. 9. A system according to claims 5 and 7, wherein the skirt (26) of the rotatable valve member has a stopper portion (26a), which arrives in the circumferential direction against a bayonet pin (13) of the first connector (10) when the rotatable valve member (20 ) is in the first angular position.
  10. 10. Systeem volgens de conclusies 2 en 4, waarbij de boring (12) van de vrouwelijke connector - gezien in insteekrichting van de mannelijke connector - een eerste boringgedeelte (12b) met grotere diameter en een tweede boringgedeelte (12c) met kleinere diameter heeft, waarbij een schouder (12d) aanwezig is die een overgang vormt tussen het eerste en tweede boringgedeelte, waarbij het draaibare kleporgaan (20) een omtrekskraagwand (29) heeft die zich uitstrekt tussen het buisvormige lichaamsdeel (23) dat in het tweede boringgedeelte (12c) past en de rok (26) die in het eerste boringgedeelte (12b) past, waarbij de kraagwand zich langs de schouder (12d) van de vrouwelijke connector uitstrekt. 10. A system according to claims 2 and 4, wherein the bore (12) of the female connector - has a first bore portion (12b) having a larger diameter and a second bore portion (12c) of smaller diameter, - seen in direction of insertion of the male connector wherein a shoulder (12d) is provided which forms a transition between the first and the second bore portion, the rotatable valve member (20) has a peripheral skirt wall (29) which extends between the tubular body portion (23), that in the second bore portion (12c) fits and the skirt (26) which fits into the first bore portion (12b), wherein the collar wall extends along the shoulder (12d) of the female connector.
  11. 11. Systeem volgens één of meer van de voorgaande conclusies, waarbij het overbrengorgaan (30) is voorzien van een inlaatklep (48) in het inwendige kanaal (41) daarvan, welke inlaatklep normaal gesloten is en is ingericht om te worden geopend door onderlinge verbinding van de eerste en tweede connectoren, of, alternatief en bij voorkeur door harsmassastroming van de houder in het kanaal. 11. A system as claimed in one or more of the preceding claims, wherein the transfer member (30) is provided with an inlet valve (48) in the internal channel (41) thereof, said inlet valve is normally closed and is adapted to be opened by interlinking of the first and second connectors, or, alternatively and preferably by the resin mass flow of the container in the channel.
  12. 12. Systeem volgens één of meer van de voorgaande conclusies, waarbij het overbrengorgaan (30) een plaatlichaamsdeel omvat, bij voorkeur een gebogen plaatlichaamsdeel, bijvoorbeeld halfcirkelvormig, van waaraf de mannelijke connector (40) uitsteekt. 12. A system as claimed in one or more of the preceding claims, wherein the transfer member (30) comprises a plate body portion, preferably a bent plate part of the body, for example, semi-circular in shape, from which projects the male connector (40).
  13. 13. Systeem volgens één of meer van de voorgaande conclusies, waarbij het overbrengorgaan (30) is uitgevoerd als een huisorgaan (30) voor een verbinding of eindafwerking, welk huisorgaan is ingericht om op zichzelf of in combinatie met één of meer additionele huisorganen (32,33) een verbinding- of eindafwerkinghuis te vormen waarin een kabel- of pijpverbinding of een kabel- of pijpeindafwerking is opgenomen, bijvoorbeeld van elektrische kabel(s), optische kabel(s) of één of meer pijpen, welk huis met de harsmassa dient te worden gevuld om de verbinding of eindafwerking daarin in te bedden. 13. A system as claimed in one or more of the preceding claims, wherein the transfer member (30) is designed as a housing member (30) for a connection or end seal, said housing member being arranged to on its own or in combination with one or more additional housing members (32 , 33) to form a compound-or end seal housing in which a cable or pipe connection or is included a cable or pipe end seal, for instance of electric cable (s), fiber optic cable (s) or one or more pipes, which housing is intended with the resin mass to be filled to embed the compound or finishing it.
  14. 14. Systeem volgens conclusie 13, waarbij de verbinding- of eindafwerkingbehuizing verder een gaas (32) met open structuur omvat dat is ingericht om rond de te verbinden of af te werken elementen te worden gewikkeld, waarbij het huis verder een kunststof tape (33) omvat die wordt aangebracht om een vloeistofdichte buitenste omhulling van het huis te vormen, waarbij de harsmassa wordt toegevoerd via het overbrengorgaan (30). 14. A system as claimed in claim 13, wherein the compound-of final finishing enclosure further comprises a mesh (32) with an open structure that is adapted to be wrapped around the elements to be connected or to be finished, in which the housing further comprises a piece of plastic tape (33) comprises which is applied to form a liquid-tight outer shell of the housing, wherein the resin mass is fed through the transfer member (30).
  15. 15. Systeem volgens conclusie 13, waarbij het huisorgaan (30) een eerste huisschaaldeel (30a) vormt en waarbij een tweede huisschaaldeel (30b) is voorzien, bij voorbeeld scharnierend aan elkaar bevestigd, waarbij de schaaldelen zijn ingericht om met elkaar te worden verbonden om een doos om de verbinding of de eindafwerking te vormen. 15. A system according to claim 13, wherein the housing member (30) constitutes a first casing shell part (30a), and wherein a second housing shell portion (30b) is provided, for example, hinged to one another, wherein the shell parts are arranged to be connected to each other to a carton in order to form the compound, or the final finish.
  16. 16. Systeem volgens één of meer van de voorgaande conclusies 1-12, waarbij het overbrengorgaan is voorzien van een flens, die is voorzien van een kleeflaag om de bevestiging van het overbrengorgaan op een ander object mogelijk te maken. 16. A system as claimed in one or more of the preceding claims 1-12, wherein the transfer member is provided with a flange, which is provided with an adhesive layer to allow for the attachment of the transfer member to another object.
  17. 17. Systeem volgens één of meer van de voorgaande conclusies, waarbij de houder een wegwerpbare zak (1) is. 17. A system as claimed in one or more of the preceding claims, wherein the container is a disposable bag (1).
  18. 18. Systeem volgens conclusie 17, waarbij de eerste connector een basislichaam (11) heeft dat tussen twee tegenover elkaar gelegen wanden van de zak (1) is gesealed, bij voorkeur permanent bevestigd, bij voorbeeld door middel van warmtelassen of inductielassen. 18. A system according to claim 17, wherein the first connector comprises a base body (11) which is sealed, preferably permanently attached between two opposite walls of the bag (1), for example by means of heat welding or induction welding.
  19. 19. Systeem volgens één of meer van de voorgaande conclusies, waarbij de houder een eerste kamer (2) vormt die is gevuld met een eerste harsmassacomponent en een tweede kamer (2b) die is gevuld met een tweede harsmassacomponent, waarbij de eerste en tweede kamer van elkaar zijn gescheiden door een tijdelijke barrière (2c), bijvoorbeeld een verbreekbare afdichting of een uitwendige klem, die het mogelijk maakt om de kamers (2, 2b) met elkaar in verbinding te brengen om de componenten te mengen voorafgaand aan het afgeven van de gemengde harsmassa uit de houder (1). 19. A system as claimed in one or more of the preceding claims, wherein the container comprises a first chamber (2) which is filled with a first resin matrix component and a second chamber (2b) which is filled with a second resin matrix component, wherein the first and second chamber from each other are separated by a temporary barrier (2c), for example a breakable seal or an external terminal, which makes it possible to bring the chambers (2, 2b) are connected to each other in order to mix the components prior to the dispensing of the mixed resin mass from the container (1).
  20. 20. Samenknijpbare houder (1), bijvoorbeeld een zakvormige houder, met ten minste één kamer (2) die is gevuld met een harsmassa en die is ingericht om te worden samengeknepen om de massa uit de houder te dwingen, waarbij de houder (1) is voorzien van een eerste connector (10) voor het afgeven van de harsmassa uit de ten minste ene kamer (2) van de houder, welke eerste connector is ingericht om te worden verbonden met een tweede connector (40) van een harsmassa-overbrengorgaan (30), welk orgaan (30) een inwendig kanaal (41) voor de passage van de massa die door knijpen uit de houder (1) is afgegeven omdat, met het kenmerk, dat de eerste connector (10) een eerste bajonetconnectorgedeelte (13) omvat en de tweede connector (40) een tweede bajonetconnectorgedeelte (44, 44a, 44b) omvat, zodat de eerste en tweede connectoren (10,40) verbindbaar zijn door één van de eerste en de tweede connectoren axiaal in een boring (12) van de andere connector te steken, gevolgd door een rotatie over ee 20. The squeezable container (1), for example, a bag-shaped container, with at least one chamber (2) which is filled with a resin composition and which is adapted to be squeezed together to force the mass from the container, wherein the container (1) is provided with a first connector (10) for dispensing of the resin mass from the at least one chamber (2) of the container, said first connector is adapted to be connected to a second connector (40) of a resin mass-transfer member ( 30), which member (30) comprises an internal channel (41) for the passage of the mass that is delivered by squeezing out of the container (1) because, characterized in that the first connector (10) includes a first bayonet connector portion (13) , and the second connector (40) includes a second bayonet connector portion (44, 44a, 44b), so that the first and second connectors (10,40) can be connected through one of the first and the second connectors axially into a bore (12) of to stabbing the other connector, followed by a rotation about ee n hoek van de ingestoken connector (40) ten opzichte van de andere connector (10) zodat de eerste en tweede bajonetconnectorgedeeltes een uiteindelijk verbonden positie bereiken, waarbij de eerste connector (10) een draaibaar kleporgaan (20) omvat dat draaibaar is verbonden met een basislichaam (11) van de eerste connector, waarbij het draaibare kleporgaan (20) - in een eerste hoekstand daarvan ten opzichte van het basislichaam van de eerste connector - de kamer (2) van de houder (1) afsluit, waarbij het draaibare kleporgaan (20) een eerste koppelgedeelte (21) heeft dat - wanneer het kleporgaan (20) zich in zijn eerste hoekstand bevindt - is ingericht om direct te koppelen met een tweede koppelgedeelte (44a) van de tweede connector (40) bij het axiaal insteken van de ene van de eerste en de tweede connectoren in een boring (12) van de andere connector, waarbij - bij het over een hoek draaien van de ingestoken connector ten opzichte van de andere connector naar de uiteindelijke verbonde n corner of the inserted connector (40) with respect to the other connector (10) so that the first and second bayonet-type connector portions reach a final connected position, wherein the first connector (10) comprises a rotatable valve member (20) which is pivotally connected to a basic body (11) of the first connector, wherein the rotatable valve member (20), - closing the chamber (2) of the container (1), wherein the rotatable valve member (- in a first angular position thereof relative to the basic body of the first connector 20) has a first engaging portion (21) which - when the valve member (20) is in its first angular position - is adapted to directly couple to a second coupling portion (44a) of the second connector (40) at the axial insertion of the one of the first and the second connectors in a bore (12) of the other connector, in which - upon turning through an angle of the plugged-in connector with respect to the other connector to the final verbonde n positie - het draaibare kleporgaan (20) in hoekrichting stationair wordt gehouden ten opzichte van de tweede connector (40) door de samenwerkende eerste en tweede koppelgedeeltes (21,44a) en dus naar een tweede hoekstand ten opzichte van het basislichaam van de eerste connector (10) wordt gedraaid, waarbij het draaibare kleporgaan (20) is ingericht om - in de tweede hoekstand - een verbinding te verschaffen tussen de met harsmassa gevulde kamer (2) en het inwendige kanaal (41) in het harsmassa-overbrengorgaan (30) die het toelaat dat de massa van de kamer (2) in het inwendige kanaal (41) wordt afgegeven en daarlangs. n position - the rotatable valve member (20) is held stationary in the angular direction with respect to the second connector (40) by the cooperating first and second coupling portions (21,44a), and thus to a second angular position relative to the base body of the first connector (10) is rotated, wherein the rotary valve member (20) is arranged to - in the second angular position - to provide a connection between the resin mass-filled chamber (2) and the inner channel (41) in the resin mass-transfer member (30) which permits the mass of the chamber (2) in the internal channel (41) is released and there along.
  21. 21. Werkwijze voor het afgeven van een harsmassa, waarbij gebruik wordt gemaakt van een systeem of een houder volgens één of meer van de voorgaande conclusies, bijvoorbeeld bij het vervaardigen van een verbinding of eindafwerking, bijvoorbeeld van één of meer kabels of pijpen, bijvoorbeeld van elektrische of optische kabels. 21. A method for dispensing a resin composition, in which use is made of a system or a container according to one or more of the preceding claims, for example, in the manufacture of a compound or finishing, for example, of one or more cables or pipes, for example of electrical or optical cables.
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