RU2424966C2 - Rigid box for tobacco products with adhered turning cover - Google Patents

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RU2424966C2
RU2424966C2 RU2007108017/12A RU2007108017A RU2424966C2 RU 2424966 C2 RU2424966 C2 RU 2424966C2 RU 2007108017/12 A RU2007108017/12 A RU 2007108017/12A RU 2007108017 A RU2007108017 A RU 2007108017A RU 2424966 C2 RU2424966 C2 RU 2424966C2
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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
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    • B65D85/07Containers, packaging elements or packages, specially adapted for particular articles or materials for compressible or flexible articles
    • B65D85/08Containers, packaging elements or packages, specially adapted for particular articles or materials for compressible or flexible articles rod-shaped or tubular
    • B65D85/10Containers, packaging elements or packages, specially adapted for particular articles or materials for compressible or flexible articles rod-shaped or tubular for cigarettes
    • B65D85/1036Containers formed by erecting a rigid or semi-rigid blank
    • 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
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    • B65D5/42Details of containers or of foldable or erectable container blanks
    • B65D5/72Contents-dispensing means
    • B65D5/721Contents-dispensing means consisting of mobile elements forming part of the containers or attached to the containers

Abstract

FIELD: transport, package.
SUBSTANCE: invention relates to rigid packing with turning cover for tobacco products. Proposed box (1) has parallelepiped-shaped container to house set of tobacco products. Said container has opening 3 to take out said products and cup-like cover 4 pivoted to contained along joint 5 to turn between open and closed positions of opening 3. Container and cover 3 are formed by bending two independent separate blanks and is glued to tab 20 made integral with container bottom face wall.
EFFECT: reliable rigid package.
30 cl, 9 dwg

Description

The present invention relates to a rigid packaging with a hinged lid intended for tobacco products.

The present invention can be used with particular benefit in a rigid pack of cigarettes, to which the description below is given solely as an example.

Rigid cigarette packs having a pivoting lid are currently the most widely sold on the market due to their easy manufacture, easy and practical use, and their effective protection inside cigarettes.

A rigid cigarette pack having a rotatable lid comprises a cup-shaped container having an open upper end, and a cup-shaped lid pivotally attached to the container along the hinge to rotate relative to the container between the open position and the closed position, which accordingly provides opening and closing of the open end. A rigid cigarette pack of the type described above having a rotatable lid is usually made by folding one, flat, substantially elongated rectangular blank around a corresponding group of cigarettes wrapped in a foil sheet, in which case both the lid and the container form part of the same blank . The folded U-shaped gasket, separate from the flat blank, is usually attached to the inside of the container and partially protrudes outward from the open end to contact the corresponding inner surface of the lid when the lid is in the closed position.

Nevertheless, rigid cigarette packs of the type described above having a pivoting cover have a number of disadvantages. They tend to not retain their shape and not provide adequate protection for cigarettes inside when exposed to relatively high stresses (for example, when wearing user trousers in their pockets), and inadvertently opening the lid leading to the contents of the pack falling out is a fairly common occurrence .

To address the above drawbacks, a rigid pack of cigarettes has been created, disclosed in US Pat. closed position, which provides respectively the opening and closing of the hole for removing cigarettes. The container and the lid are formed by folding two corresponding independent, separate flat blanks, and the lid is glued to the lower end wall of the container.

However, the pack described in US Pat. No. 3,881,599 is expensive to manufacture due to the fact that it requires a special packaging machine, characterized by various parts modified with respect to a standard packaging machine.

The aim of the present invention is to provide a rigid packaging for tobacco products, designed to eliminate the above disadvantages and is cheap and easy to manufacture.

According to the invention, a rigid packaging for tobacco products is created comprising a parallelepiped-shaped container formed by folding a first flat preform, containing a group of tobacco products and containing two large side walls, two smaller side walls, an upper end wall with an opening for extracting tobacco products and a lower end a wall and a cup-shaped lid formed by folding a second flat workpiece, independent and separate from the first workpiece, and pivotally attached to a container along the hinge to rotate relative to the container between the open position and the closed position to open and close the opening for extracting tobacco products, the lid having two larger side walls, a smaller side wall, an upper end wall covering the opening for extracting tobacco products when the lid is closed and the lower end wall parallel and opposite to the upper end wall of the lid and located in contact with the lower end wall of the container when the roofs are closed and connecting strap, align the container to the cap, the connecting strap is connected to the lower end wall of the container by a fold line forming a hinge, and is glued entirely to the bottom end wall of the cap.

The lower end wall of the container can be limited by two smaller transverse edges formed between the lower end wall and the smaller side walls of the container, and the hinge is located on the lower end wall of the container in an intermediate position between the two smaller transverse edges bounding the lower end wall of the container.

The package may contain restrictive means to limit the rotation of the lid relative to the container to set the boundaries of the maximum fully open position. The restrictive means may comprise at least one first restrictive tab protruding outward from the container from the larger side wall of the container and a second restrictive tab protruding inward of the lid from the larger side wall of the lid and capable of contacting the first stop tab when opening the lid. The restrictive means may comprise two first restrictive tabs, each of which is located on a corresponding larger side wall of the container, and two second restrictive tabs, each of which is located on a corresponding larger side wall of the lid. Each first restrictive tongue may be formed by making an incision in the corresponding larger side wall of the container. Each first restrictive tongue may be formed by separating a strip of material from a corresponding larger side wall of the container.

The tobacco extraction opening may extend through a portion of the upper end wall of the container and a portion of the larger side walls of the container. The tobacco extraction opening may be at least partially covered by the tear-off portion of the container.

The tear-off part of the container may completely cover the opening for the extraction of tobacco products or cover only part of the opening for the extraction of tobacco products.

The smaller side wall of the lid may have at least one through hole allowing the user to insert a finger therein.

The upper end wall of the lid may be larger than the lower end wall of the lid.

Each large side wall of the lid may have a beveled bottom.

The first flat blank may have two longitudinal fold lines and transverse fold lines defining between the longitudinal fold lines a first panel forming a part of the upper end wall, a second panel forming one larger side wall, a third panel forming a lower end wall, and a fourth panel forming another a larger side wall and a fifth panel forming the rest of the upper end wall, the second panel and the fourth panel each having two wings forming part of the corresponding smaller side walls located on opposite sides of the corresponding second panel or fourth panel and separated from the corresponding second panel or fourth panel by longitudinal fold lines.

The first wing of the fourth panel may have two tabs separated from the fourth panel by transverse fold lines, and the second wing of the fourth panel has only one tongue separated from the fourth panel by a transverse fold line and substantially aligned with the third panel.

The first flat blank may have two longitudinal fold lines and transverse fold lines defining between the longitudinal fold lines the first panel forming a part of the lower end wall, the second panel forming one large side wall, the third panel forming the upper end wall, and the fourth panel forming another a larger side wall and a fifth panel forming the rest of the lower end wall, the second panel and the fourth panel each having two wings forming part of the corresponding smaller side walls shadows located on opposite sides of the corresponding second panel or fourth panel and separated from the corresponding second panel or fourth panel by longitudinal fold lines.

The first wing of the fourth panel may have two tabs separated from the fourth panel by transverse fold lines, and the second wing of the fourth panel has one tab separated from the fourth panel by a transverse fold line and substantially aligned with the fifth panel.

The second planar blank may have two transverse bending lines and longitudinal bending lines defining between the transverse bending lines a first panel forming one larger side wall, a second panel forming a smaller side wall, and a third panel forming another larger side wall.

The first panel may have two first wings located at opposite ends of the first panel, separated from the first panel by transverse fold lines and forming the corresponding internal parts of the end walls, the second panel has two second wings located at opposite ends of the second panel, separated from the second panel by transverse lines fold and forming the corresponding inner parts of the end walls, and the third panel has two third wings located at opposite ends of the third panel, separated from third panel with transverse fold lines and forming the corresponding outer parts of the end walls.

The first and second wings can be made so that they do not overlap, being bent to the third wings to form the end walls of the cover.

The second flat blank may have two longitudinal fold lines and transverse fold lines defining between the longitudinal fold lines a first panel forming a part of the upper end wall, a second panel forming one larger side wall, a third panel forming a lower end wall, a fourth panel forming another a larger side wall and a fifth panel forming the rest of the upper end wall.

Each of the second and fourth panels may have a wing forming part of a smaller side wall and separated from the second or fourth panels by a longitudinal fold line. The wing of the second panel may have two tabs, separated from the wing by transverse fold lines. The upper tongue and the first panel can be made so that they do not overlap, being bent to the fifth panel to form the upper end wall.

The second flat blank may have two longitudinal fold lines and transverse fold lines defining between the longitudinal fold lines the first panel forming part of the lower end wall, the second panel forming one large side wall, the third panel forming the upper end wall, and the fourth panel forming another a larger side wall and a fifth panel forming the rest of the lower end wall. Each of the second and fourth panels may have a wing forming part of a smaller side wall and separated from the second or fourth panel by a longitudinal fold line. The wing of the second panel may have two tabs, separated from the wing by transverse fold lines. The upper tongue and the first panel can be made so that they do not overlap, being bent to the fifth panel to form the lower end wall.

Non-limiting embodiments of the present invention will be described below by way of example with reference to the accompanying drawings, which depict the following:

figure 1 shows a front perspective view of a rigid pack of cigarettes in accordance with the present invention in a closed configuration;

figure 2 shows a front perspective view of a rigid pack of cigarettes of figure 1 in an open configuration;

figure 3 shows a front view of the rigid pack of cigarettes of figure 1 in a closed configuration, with dashed lines show the various internal components of the pack;

FIG. 4 shows a front view of the rigid pack of cigarettes of FIG. 1 in an open configuration, with dashed lines showing various internal components of the pack;

FIG. 5 shows a plan view of a first blank from which a rigid pack of cigarettes of FIG. 1 is made;

FIG. 6 shows a plan view of another embodiment of the blank of FIG. 5;

FIG. 7 shows a plan view of a second blank from which a rigid pack of cigarettes of FIG. 1 is made;

Fig. 8 shows a plan view of another embodiment of the blank of Fig. 7;

Fig.9 shows a plan view of a further embodiment of the blank of Fig.7.

Figure 1 shows a generally rigid pack of cigarettes 1 containing an ordered, parallelepiped-shaped group of cigarettes (not shown for clarity) wrapped in a sheet of wrapping material representing a foil.

The pack 1 comprises a parallelepiped-shaped container 2 for hosting a group of cigarettes and having an opening 3 for removing cigarettes at its upper end. The pack 1 also contains a cup-shaped lid 4 pivotally attached to the container 2 along the hinge 5 (Figs. 3 and 4) for rotation relative to the container 2 between the open position and the closed position, which ensures respectively opening and closing of the opening 3.

The container 2 contains two parallel opposing larger side walls 6, two parallel opposing smaller side walls 7, transverse to the large side walls 6, the upper end wall 8 and the lower end wall 9, parallel and opposite to the upper end wall 8. Four longitudinal edges 10 formed between the larger side walls 6 and the smaller side walls 7, and eight transverse edges 11 are formed between the side walls 6, 7 and the end walls 8, 9. More precisely, the transverse edges 11 are divided into four the larger transverse edges 11 formed between the larger side walls 6 and the end walls 8, 9, and the four smaller transverse edges 11 formed between the smaller side walls 7 and the end walls 8, 9. In the accompanying drawings, all longitudinal edges 10 and transverse edges 11 are straight sharp edges.

The cup-shaped lid 4 is essentially parallelepiped-shaped and contains two parallel, opposing larger side walls 12, a smaller side wall 13 transverse to the larger side walls 12, an upper end wall 14 and a lower end wall 15 parallel and opposite to the upper end wall 14. Two longitudinal edges 16 are formed between the larger side walls 12 and the smaller side wall 13, and six transverse edges 17 are formed between the side walls 12, 13 and the end walls 14, 15. More precisely, the transverse edges 17 are divided into h The four larger transverse edges 17 formed between the larger side walls 12 and the end walls 14, 15, and the two smaller transverse edges 17 formed between the smaller side wall 13 and the end walls 14, 15. In the accompanying drawings, all longitudinal edges 16 and transverse edges 17 are straight sharp edges.

Due to the fact that the upper end wall 14 of the cover 4 is larger than the lower end wall 15 of the cover 4, each larger side wall 12 of the cover 4 preferably has a triangular beveled bottom.

The container 2 and the lid 4 are formed by folding two corresponding independent, separate flat blanks 18 and 19 (FIGS. 5-8). The lid 4 is glued to the lower end wall 9 of the container 2 so that the hinge 5 is parallel to the smaller transverse edges 11 of the container 2, formed between the smaller side walls 7 and the end walls 8, 9. The hinge 5 is preferably located on the lower end wall 9 of the container 2, in the intermediate position between two smaller transverse edges 11 defining the lower end wall 9. When the lid 4 is in the closed position, the upper end wall 14 of the lid 4 is in contact with the upper end wall 8 of the container 2 and closes about the opening 3 for extraction, and the lower end wall 15 of the lid 4 is located in contact with the lower end wall 9 of the container 2.

The lower end wall 9 of the container 2 has a connecting tab 20, which is separated from the lower end wall 9 by a fold line forming a hinge 5, and is completely glued to the lower end wall 15 of the lid 4.

As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, a restriction element is provided for restricting the rotation of the lid 4 relative to the container 2 and defining the boundaries of the maximum fully open position (shown in FIG. 4). The restrictive element comprises two restrictive tabs 21, each of which protrudes outward from the container 2 from the corresponding larger side wall 6 of the container 2, and two restrictive tabs 22, each of which protrudes inside the cover 4 from the corresponding larger side wall 12 of the cover 4 and is arranged to contact with the corresponding stop tab 21 when opening the cover 4.

As shown in the respective drawings, each tongue 21 is formed by separating a strip of material from a corresponding larger side wall 6 of the container 2. In an alternative, not shown embodiment, each tongue 21 is formed by making an incision in the corresponding larger side wall 6 of the container 2.

The cigarette extraction opening 3 preferably extends through a portion of the upper end wall 8 of the container 2 and a portion of the larger side walls 6 of the container 2, so that the cigarettes can be removed quickly and easily through the opening 3. As shown in FIGS. 2, 4, 5, the opening 3 closed by the tear-off part 23 of the container 2. In the alternative embodiment shown in FIG. 6, there is no tear-off part 23. The tear-off part 23 may cover the entire opening 3, as shown in FIGS. 2, 4, 5, or only part of the opening 3, with in the latter case, the tear-off part 23 ost S THE aperture part 3 have larger lateral walls 6 open to allow the user to easily capture and separate the detachable part 23 from the container 2 when unsealing packet 1.

In an alternative, not shown embodiment, the smaller side wall 13 of the lid 4 has at least one through hole that is sized to allow insertion of the user's finger and which facilitates opening the lid 4 by allowing one-handed use by the user inform the lid 4 and the container 2 the opening movement relative to each other.

As shown in FIG. 5, the container 2 is formed by folding a flat, substantially elongated rectangular blank 18, the components of which are shown, where possible, using the same reference numbers with superscripts that are used for the corresponding parts of the container 2.

The blank 18 has two longitudinal bending lines 24 and several transverse bending lines 25 defining between two longitudinal bending lines 24 a panel 8 'forming a part of the upper end wall 8, a panel 6' forming one larger side wall 6, a panel 9 'forming a lower end wall 9, an additional panel 6 'forming another larger side wall 6, and a panel 8' 'forming the rest of the upper end wall 8.

Each panel 6 'has two wings 7', which form part of the corresponding smaller side walls 7, are located on opposite sides of the corresponding panel 6 'and are separated from the corresponding panel 6' by longitudinal fold lines 24. The first wing 7 'of one panel 6' has two tongues 26 separated from the panel 6 'by transverse fold lines 25, and the second wing 7' of the same panel 6 'has one tongue 26 separated from the panel 6' by the transverse fold line 25 and essentially aligned with panel 9 '.

The connecting tab 20 is attached to the panel 9 'and is separated from the panel 9' by a fold line forming a hinge 5 and parallel to the longitudinal fold lines 24.

6 shows an alternative embodiment of the blank 18 for forming the container 2.

In the alternative embodiment of FIG. 6, the blank 18 has two longitudinal fold lines 24 and several transverse fold lines 25 defining, between two longitudinal fold lines 24, a panel 9 'forming part of the lower end wall 9, a panel 6' forming one larger a side wall 6, a panel 8 'defining an upper end wall 8, an additional panel 6' defining another larger side wall 6, and a panel 9 '' defining the rest of the lower end wall 9.

Each panel 6 'has two wings 7', which form part of the corresponding smaller side walls 7, are located on opposite sides of the corresponding panel 6 'and are separated from the corresponding panel 6' by longitudinal fold lines 24. The first wing 7 'of one panel 6' has two tongues 26, separated from the panel 6 'by transverse fold lines 25, and the second wing 7' of the same panel 6 'has one tongue 26, separated from the panel 6' by the transverse fold line 25 and essentially aligned with the 9 '' panel.

The connecting tab 20 is attached to the panel 9 'and is separated from the panel 9' by a fold line forming a hinge 5 and parallel to the longitudinal fold lines 24.

As shown in FIG. 7, the lid 4 is formed by folding a flat, substantially elongated rectangular blank 19, the components of which are indicated, where possible, by using the same superscript numbers that are used for the corresponding parts of the lid 4.

The preform 19 has two transverse bending lines 27 and several longitudinal bending lines 28 defining, between the transverse bending lines 27, a panel 12 ′ forming one larger side wall 12, a panel 13 ′ forming a smaller side wall 13, and another panel 12 ′, forming another larger side wall 12.

One panel 12 'has two wings 14' and 15 ', which are located at opposite ends of the panel 12', are separated from the panel 12 'by transverse fold lines 27 and form the corresponding inner parts of the end walls 14 and 15, the panel 13' has two wings 14 ' 'and 15' ', which are located at opposite ends of the panel 13', are separated from the panel 13 'by transverse fold lines 27 and form the corresponding inner parts of the end walls 14 and 15, and the other panel 12' has two wings 14 '' 'and 15' '', which are located at opposite ends of the panel 12 ', are transverse from the panel 12' and fold lines 27, and form respective outer portions of the end walls 14 and 15.

The wings 14 ′, 15 ′, 14 ″ and 15 ″ are shaped so that they do not overlap when bent on the wings 14 ″ ″ and 15 ″ ″ to form the end walls 14 and 15 of the cover 4.

On Fig shows an alternative embodiment of the workpiece 19 for the formation of the cover 4.

In the embodiment of FIG. 8, the preform 19 has two longitudinal bend lines 29 and a number of transverse bend lines 30 defining, between the longitudinal bend lines 29, the panel 14 'forming part of the upper end wall 14, the panel 12' forming one larger lateral a wall 12, a panel 15 'defining a lower end wall 15, an additional panel 12' defining another larger side wall 12, and a panel 14 '' defining the rest of the upper end wall 14.

Each panel 12 'has a wing 13', forming part of a smaller side wall 13 and separated from the panel 12 'by a longitudinal fold line 29. The wing 13 'of one panel 12' has two tabs 31, separated from the wing 13 'by transverse fold lines 30. The upper wing 31 and the panel 14 'are made so that they do not overlap, being bent to the panel 14 "to form the upper end wall 14.

Figure 9 shows an additional embodiment of the workpiece 19 for the formation of the cover 4.

In the embodiment of FIG. 9, the preform 19 has two longitudinal bend lines 29 and several transverse bend lines 30 defining, between the longitudinal bend lines 29, a panel 15 'forming part of the lower end wall 15, a panel 12' forming one larger side wall 12, a panel 14 'defining an upper end wall 14, an additional panel 12' defining another larger side wall 12, and a panel 15 '' defining the rest of the upper end wall 15.

Each panel 12 'has a wing 13', forming part of a smaller side wall 13 and separated from the panel 12 'by a longitudinal fold line 29. The wing 13 'of one panel 12' has two tabs 31, separated from the wing 13 'by transverse fold lines 30. The upper wing 31 and the panel 15 'are shaped so that they do not overlap, being bent to the panel 15' 'to form the lower end wall 15.

In the embodiment shown in the accompanying drawings, all longitudinal edges 10, 16 and transverse edges 11, 17 are straight sharp edges. In an alternative, not shown embodiment, some longitudinal edges 10, 16 and / or some transverse edges 11, 17 are indirect, rounded or beveled edges. For example, all longitudinal edges 10, 16 may be indirect, rounded, or chamfered edges, or (as in the cigarette pack described in patent application EP 764595), all larger transverse edges 11, 17 may be indirect, rounded, or chamfered edges. Alternatively, some longitudinal edges 10, 16 and some transverse edges 11, 17 may be indirect, rounded or beveled edges so as to have both indirect, rounded or beveled longitudinal edges 10, and indirect, rounded or beveled transverse edges 11 , 17.

In an alternative, not shown embodiment, packet 1 may be as described in patent application EP 1066206, in which case each larger side wall 6, 12 is convex outward and has a corresponding flat central part and two curved, curved side strips connecting a flat central part with smaller side walls 7, 13 at the corresponding acute, not forming right angles, longitudinal edges 10, 16.

In an alternative, not shown embodiment, bundle 1 may be as described in patent application WO 03026984, in which case each larger side wall 6, 12 is convex outward and has a corresponding flat central part and two curved, curved side strips connecting a flat central part with end walls 8, 9, 14, 15 at the corresponding acute, not forming right angles, transverse edges 11, 17.

The package 1 described above is cheap and easy to manufacture, provides effective protection for cigarettes inside the container 2, and can be opened quickly and easily. At the same time, the inadvertent opening of the lid 4 is substantially prevented regardless of how the pack is used. It is important to note that pack 1 is cheap and easy to manufacture due to the fact that it can be manufactured on a packaging machine very similar to a standard packaging machine.

In view of its many advantages, packet 1 can be used in general for the manufacture of other types of rigid packaging for tobacco products, such as cardboard boxes for cigarettes or packs of cigars.

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1. Rigid packaging for tobacco products, containing a parallelepiped-shaped container formed by folding the first flat billet, containing a group of tobacco products and containing two large side walls, two smaller side walls, an upper end wall with an opening for extracting tobacco products and a lower end wall and a cup-shaped lid formed by folding a second flat preform, independent and separate from the first preform, and pivotally attached to the container along the hinge for a gate relative to the container between the open position and the closed position for opening and closing the opening for extracting tobacco products, the lid having two large side walls, a smaller side wall, an upper end wall covering the opening for extracting tobacco products when the lid is closed, and the lower end a wall parallel and opposite to the upper end wall of the lid and located in contact with the lower end wall of the container when the lid is closed, the connecting tab, etc. and connecting the container to the lid, characterized in that the connecting tab is connected to the lower end wall of the container through a fold line forming a hinge, and is completely glued to the lower end wall of the lid.
2. The packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the lower end wall of the container is limited by two smaller transverse edges formed between the lower end wall and the smaller side walls of the container, and the hinge is located on the lower end wall of the container in an intermediate position between two smaller transverse edges, bounding the lower end wall of the container.
3. The packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that it contains restrictive means for restricting the rotation of the lid relative to the container for setting the boundaries of the fully open position.
4. The packaging according to claim 3, characterized in that the restrictive means comprise at least one first restrictive tab protruding outward from the container from the larger side wall of the container, and a second restrictive tab protruding inside the lid from the larger side wall of the lid and capable of contact the first stop tab when opening the cover.
5. Packaging according to claim 4, characterized in that the restrictive means comprise two first restrictive tabs, each of which is located on the corresponding larger side wall of the container, and two second restrictive tabs, each of which is located on the corresponding larger side wall of the lid.
6. Packaging according to claim 4, characterized in that each first restrictive tongue is formed by making an incision in the corresponding larger side wall of the container.
7. Packaging according to claim 4, characterized in that each first restrictive tongue is formed by separating a strip of material from the corresponding larger side wall of the container.
8. Packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the opening for the extraction of tobacco products passes through part of the upper end wall of the container and part of the large side walls of the container.
9. Packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the opening for the extraction of tobacco products is at least partially closed by the tear-off part of the container.
10. The packaging according to claim 9, characterized in that the tear-off part of the container completely closes the hole for the extraction of tobacco products.
11. Packaging according to claim 9, characterized in that the tear-off part of the container covers only part of the opening for the extraction of tobacco products.
12. The packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the smaller side wall of the lid has at least one through hole that allows the user to insert a finger into it.
13. The packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the upper end wall of the lid is larger than the lower end wall of the lid.
14. The package according to item 13, wherein each large side wall of the lid has a beveled bottom.
15. The packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the first flat blank has two longitudinal fold lines and transverse fold lines defining between the longitudinal fold lines the first panel forming part of the upper end wall, the second panel forming one large side wall, the third panel forming a lower end wall, a fourth panel forming another large side wall, and a fifth panel forming the rest of the upper end wall, with the second panel and fourth panel each having two wings forming part with the corresponding smaller side walls located on opposite sides of the corresponding second panel or fourth panel and separated from the corresponding second panel or fourth panel by longitudinal fold lines.
16. The package of claim 15, wherein the first wing of the fourth panel has two tabs separated from the fourth panel by transverse fold lines, and the second wing of the fourth panel has only one tongue separated from the fourth panel by a transverse fold line and, essentially, aligned to the third panel.
17. Packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the first flat blank has two longitudinal fold lines and transverse fold lines defining between the longitudinal fold lines a first panel forming part of the lower end wall, a second panel forming one large side wall, and a third panel forming the upper end wall, a fourth panel forming another large side wall, and a fifth panel forming the rest of the lower end wall, the second panel and fourth panel each having two wings forming part with corresponding smaller side walls located on opposite sides of the corresponding second panel or fourth panel and separated from the corresponding second panel or fourth panel by longitudinal fold lines.
18. Packaging according to claim 17, characterized in that the first wing of the fourth panel has two tabs separated from the fourth panel by transverse fold lines, and the second wing of the fourth panel has one tab separated from the fourth panel by a transverse fold line and substantially aligned relative to the fifth panel.
19. The packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the second flat blank has two transverse fold lines and longitudinal fold lines defining between the transverse fold lines the first panel forming one large side wall, the second panel forming a smaller side wall, and the third panel forming another large side wall.
20. The package according to claim 19, characterized in that the first panel has two first wings located at opposite ends of the first panel, separated from the first panel by transverse fold lines and forming the corresponding internal parts of the end walls, the second panel has two second wings located at opposite ends of the second panel, separated from the second panel by transverse fold lines and forming the corresponding inner parts of the end walls, and the third panel has two third wings located at opposite ends retey panel separated from the third panel by transverse fold lines, and form respective outer portions of the end walls.
21. The package according to claim 20, characterized in that the first and second wings are shaped so that they do not overlap, being bent to the third wings to form the end walls of the lid.
22. The package according to claim 1, characterized in that the second flat blank has two longitudinal fold lines and transverse fold lines defining between the longitudinal fold lines the first panel forming part of the upper end wall, the second panel forming one large side wall, the third panel forming a lower end wall, a fourth panel forming another large side wall, and a fifth panel forming the rest of the upper end wall.
23. The package according to item 22, wherein each of the second and fourth panels has a wing, forming part of a smaller side wall and separated from the second or fourth panels by a longitudinal fold line.
24. The package according to item 23, wherein the wing of the second panel has two tabs, separated from the wing by transverse fold lines.
25. Packaging according to paragraph 24, wherein the upper tongue and the first panel are made so that they do not overlap, being bent to the fifth panel to form the upper end wall.
26. The package according to claim 1, characterized in that the second flat blank has two longitudinal fold lines and transverse fold lines defining between the longitudinal fold lines the first panel forming part of the lower end wall, the second panel forming one large side wall, the third panel forming the upper end wall, a fourth panel forming another large side wall, and a fifth panel forming the rest of the lower end wall.
27. The package according to p. 26, characterized in that each of the second and fourth panels has a wing, forming part of a smaller side wall and separated from the second or fourth panel by a longitudinal fold line.
28. The package according to item 27, wherein the wing of the second panel has two tabs, separated from the wing by transverse fold lines.
29. The package according to p. 28, characterized in that the upper tongue and the first panel are made so that they do not overlap, being bent to the fifth panel to form the lower end wall.
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