US2032153A - Multicompartment container - Google Patents

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US2032153A
US2032153A US74999734A US2032153A US 2032153 A US2032153 A US 2032153A US 74999734 A US74999734 A US 74999734A US 2032153 A US2032153 A US 2032153A
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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
    • B65D31/00Bags or like containers made of paper and having structural provision for thickness of contents
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Feb, 25, 1936. H. SCHNElDER 2,932,153

MULTICOMPARTMEYIT CONTAINER Filed on. 25, 1954 e i 41' I 1 rwen/or:

H ERMANN scHNa ER Patented 1 ,315.25, 1936 PATENT OFFICE 2,032,153 I r m'rrcomsnrivmm' comma Hermann Schneider, Altona-on-the-Elbe,

Germany v Application October 25, 1934,"Serial No. 749,997 In Germany October 30, 1933 1 c aim. (cl. 229-56) UNITED STATES.

This invention relates to multi-compartment containers such as paper bagshaving two or more compartments, in which separate quantities of goods are packed in the individual compartments. By opening the individual compartments- .separately the separate quantities of goods can also be removed separately.

- One object of the invention is to provide a multi-compartment container with the material I forming the walls of the individual compartments extending continuously between adjacent compartments but with theavoidance of marginal edges closed by means of adhesive. In this i waythe packing of goods sensitive-to moisture is enabled with a greater degree of security than when the marginal edges, of the container are closed by: means of adhesive.

Another object of the inventiorr is to provide' means whereby the individual compartments may be openecbto enable the convenient removal of the contents. These and other objects 'and' features of the invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawing in which certain embodi-- ments are illustrated by way of example.

Fig. 1 is a plan view of a paper blank to be Y manufactured into a, container embodying my invention, showing the folding lines.

. a two-compartment bag.

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- Fig. 2 is a plan view of a paper blank illustrating a modification of my invention for obtaining Fig. 3 illustrates another paper blank used in making a container according to myinvention for obtaining a three-compartment bag. t

Fig. 4 represents a further modification of my invention designed to give a four-compartment container.

Fig. 1 shows a square'of paper from which the multi-compartment container is formed. By

folding along the line e-f, the rectangle a, b, I, e is obtained. This rectangle is folded along the line g--h which is first gummed, so that the squares a, g, h, e and 'g, b, ,1, h are obtained. The

lines of folding 0-71. and b-h' are now summed,-

the corner e is folded 'over to g and the comer f folded over to g. In this way a four-compartment paper bag is obtained which has no edges secured by, gumming and, the compartments of "which are represented by a, h, e; a, a, h; a, b, h,

andlb, f, h.

Fig. 2 also shows a paper square for the pro-- duction of a multi-compartment bag. This square is folded along the-line b-.c,to form the triangle a, b, c. Gum is applied along the folding'line a-e and then by folding about 'this line b is this end of the thread 'i to tear through the paper;

first the compartment a, b, e will be opened and thenthe' compartment (1,- e, c. If on the other hand the thread i protrudes at both ends, i. e., both at b and 'at e, then the compartments can be opened in any order as desired.

Fig. 3 shows ahexagonal piece of paper for forming'a multi-compartment paper bag. The

quadrilateral figure'a, b, c, d is obtained by folding along the'line a-d. Then gum is applied along the linesb-g and 0-57. By folding along the lineb-g the corner a is superimposed on c and by folding along the line H the comer d is superimposed on b. In this way a three-com--' partment bag is obtained comprising the compartments a, b, a; b, c, Land 0, d, 0. 7 2s A thread iplaced along thegllne of folding a-d facilitates the opening of the ompartments a, b, g and c, d, g in the manner described with reference toFig. 2 whereas the compartment b, c, 9 must be opened by cutting or tearing. This construction is provided more particularly for use in those cases in which'it is desired that the contents of the central compartment 'shall not fall out it in opening an end compartment the thread i is inadvertently pulled through too far; in other words when the contents of the central compartment are only to be removed subsequently to the opening and emptying of an-end compartment. Fig. 4' shows a rectangular piece of paper for the production of a multi-compartment bag. The 40 two squaresa, b, c, d and c, d, I, a are-folded as in Fig. 2 and in addition folding is effected along the line H. In this way four compartments,

the'walls of which are continuous, are obtained.

A thread i placed along the lines of folding b-c and H prior to folding enables the compartments of the completedbag to be opened in the manner described with reference to Fig. 2.

' It will be understood thatth'e' above particular examples are merely illustrative and the invention. is not limited thereto but comprises also all variations and modifications falling within the scope of: the" appended claim.

- I claim:-

A multiple container comprising 2 I 2,032,153 a single sheet of paiier folded along intersecting eompartment, and a flexible member disposed lines, the irgtersectigns of said folds being located within one of the intersected folds of said cona substantial distance away from the marginal tamer, said flexible'member thereby extending 1 edges of said sheet, adhesive material on the inalong a i'olded edge of a. plurality of coinparh side surfaces of adjoining folds thereby sealing ients. i

the folded edge of each compartment on its inside HERMANN CHNEIDER. surface against communication with an adjacent 7 7 7 j v

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Cited By (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US4700833A (en) * 1986-02-07 1987-10-20 Sharpoint L.P. Suture winding card
WO1989002398A1 (en) * 1987-09-18 1989-03-23 Anker Jarl Jacobsen Sectionalized disposal bag

Cited By (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US4700833A (en) * 1986-02-07 1987-10-20 Sharpoint L.P. Suture winding card
WO1989002398A1 (en) * 1987-09-18 1989-03-23 Anker Jarl Jacobsen Sectionalized disposal bag

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