WO2005018349A2 - Self lighting cigarette - Google Patents

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WO2005018349A2
WO2005018349A2 PCT/IL2004/000756 IL2004000756W WO2005018349A2 WO 2005018349 A2 WO2005018349 A2 WO 2005018349A2 IL 2004000756 W IL2004000756 W IL 2004000756W WO 2005018349 A2 WO2005018349 A2 WO 2005018349A2
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Moshe Bar
Gil Schuldenfrei
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Gashbam Enterprises Ltd.
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
    • A24DCIGARS; CIGARETTES; TOBACCO SMOKE FILTERS; MOUTHPIECES FOR CIGARS OR CIGARETTES; MANUFACTURE OF TOBACCO SMOKE FILTERS OR MOUTHPIECES
    • A24D1/00Cigars; Cigarettes
    • A24D1/08Cigars; Cigarettes with lighting means
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
    • A24DCIGARS; CIGARETTES; TOBACCO SMOKE FILTERS; MOUTHPIECES FOR CIGARS OR CIGARETTES; MANUFACTURE OF TOBACCO SMOKE FILTERS OR MOUTHPIECES
    • A24D1/00Cigars; Cigarettes
    • A24D1/006Cigars; Cigarettes with reinforced extremities
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
    • A24DCIGARS; CIGARETTES; TOBACCO SMOKE FILTERS; MOUTHPIECES FOR CIGARS OR CIGARETTES; MANUFACTURE OF TOBACCO SMOKE FILTERS OR MOUTHPIECES
    • A24D1/00Cigars; Cigarettes
    • A24D1/02Cigars; Cigarettes with special covers

Abstract

A reinforcement self lighting cigarette to be used by a smoker, includes a cigarette, a lighting charge and at least one reinforcement member. The reinforcement self lighting cigarette frees the smoker of the need to carry or borrow from another lighting means such as matches in a box or a lighter. The cigarette reinforcement prevents its breaking when lighting the cigarette by friction on a strip of abrasive material.

Description

SELF LIGHTING CIGARETTE

FIELD AND BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to the field of cigarettes and cigars and, in particular, to self-lighting cigarettes and cigars. Smoking of cigarettes and cigars requires lighting them. For this purpose, the smoker carries, in addition to the cigarette or cigar packets, a means of lighting or requires the assistance of another person. Many simple solutions have been proposed for the need for means of lighting, in the form of self-lighting cigarettes, most of which resemble lighting a match, namely involve coating the tip of the cigarette with an ignitable material. U.S. Patent No. 1,512,241 of Schefer the contents of which are hereby incorporated by reference, teach a cigarette equipped with an insertion of ignitable material, such as sulfur, at one end that is of such nature as will not substantially increase the cost of manufacture of cigarettes. The lighting of the cigarette is done by rubbing its designated tip on abrasive material. Furthermore, additional more complicated solutions were proposed for incorporating the means of lighting in the cigarette packet. U.S. Patent No. 4,507,704 of Chuang, the contents of which are hereby incorporated by reference, teaches a cigarette box with self-lighting device including an electrical filament and an activation mechanism. U.S. Patent No. 5,096,057 of Yoo, the contents of which are hereby incorporated by reference, teaches an integral match-cigarette case. As used herein the specifications and claims, the term cigarette refers to all forms of cigarettes, large, medium, and small, including cigars. In spite of the large variety of proposals made over the years, cigarette and cigar smokers continue to light them as aforementioned by a separate means of lighting, such as a match or a lighter. This is mainly because the more complex solutions are expensive, while the less complicated solutions, based on rubbing a cigarette held by hand on strip of abrasive material and lighting it as one would light a match, often result in breaking the cigarette. There is therefore a need for a self-lighting cigarette and a self-lighting cigar that are simple, safe, and reliable, that do not sustain any damage in lighting process, and all at a low cost.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION It is an objective of the present invention to provide safe self-lighting cigarettes. Unless otherwise defined, all technical and scientific terms used herein have the same meaning as commonly understood by one of ordinary skill in the art to which this invention belongs. The materials, methods, and examples provided herein are illustrative only and not intended to be limiting. As used herein the specifications and claims, the term reinforcement members refers to any possible type of means of reinforcement of cigarette to prevent it's breaking under a force generating a bending moment. According to the present invention there is provided a reinforced self-lighting cigarette to be used by a smoker including: (a) a cigarette including smoking material and a thin casing; (b) a lighting charge disposed at one end of the reinforced self-lighting cigarette; and (c) at lest one reinforcement member disposed along the reinforced self-lighting cigarette. According to still further features in the described preferred embodiments the lighting charge is activated by friction. According to still further features in the described preferred embodiments the lighting charge includes: (i) at least one igniting substance useful in igniting as a result of friction. According to still further features in the described preferred embodiments the lighting charge further includes: (ii) at least one auxiliary material, useful in binding the igniting substance. According to still further features in the described preferred embodiments the lighting charge is selected from a group consisting of sulfur and phosphorus. According to still further features in the described preferred embodiments the material of each of the long and slender reinforcement member is an organic material. According to still further features in the described preferred embodiments each of the long and slender reinforcement members is selected from a group consisting of paper, cardboard, wood, bamboo, and tobacco leaf vein. According to still further features in the described preferred embodiments three long and slender reinforcement members are disposed along the thin casing, within it, or in immediate proximity to it, essentially parallel to the cigarette's longitudinal axis. According to still further features in the described preferred embodiments the reinforcement member and the lighting charge is one solid body. According to still further features in the described preferred embodiments the reinforcement member includes at least one groove. According to still further features in the described preferred embodiments the lighting charge is in a ball-like shape. According to still further features in the described preferred embodiments the lighting charge is in a pyramid-like shape. According to still further features in the described preferred embodiments the reinforced self-lighting cigarette further including: (d) an odorous material. According to the present invention there is provided a self-lighting cigarette to be used by a smoker including: (a) a cigarette including smoking material and a thin casing; and (b) a lighting charge, disposed on part of the circumference of the tip of the cigarette. According to still further features in the described preferred embodiments the self- lighting cigarette of claim 14 further including: (c) an odorous material. According to the present invention there is provided a suitable case for storage, carrying, and lighting cigarettes including: (a) a cigarette packet; (b) at least one self-lighting cigarette within said cigarette packet; and (c) at least one friction sticker within said cigarette packet. According to the present invention there is provided a suitable case for storage, carrying, and lighting cigarettes including: (a) a cigarette packet having out-facing panels; (b) at least one self-lighting cigarette within said cigarette packet; and (c) at least one friction sticker disposed adjacent to said outward-facing of said cigarette packet;

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS The invention is herein described, by way of example only, with reference to the accompanying drawings, wherein: Figure la illustrates an example of igniting of a prior art cigarette using a lighting match, by a smoker; Figure lb illustrates an example of igniting of a prior art self-lighting cigarette, being rubbed on strip of abrasive material. Figure 2 illustrates a lateral cross section of a cigarette according to the present invention, depicting three reinforcement members. Figure 3 is a description of reinforcement members placed in the cigarette paper during the manufacturing process according to the present invention Figure 4 illustrates an integrated structure of a solid lighting material and reinforcement members according to the present invention. Figure 5a illustrates a segment of lateral cross section of the casing of a cigarette that contains reinforcement members according to the present invention. Figure 5b illustrate a segment of a cross section of the casing of a cigarette comprised of two layers, outer layer and inner layer between which reinforcement members are located according to the present invention. Figure 5c illustrate a segment of a cross section of the casing of a cigarette, to the inside of which reinforcement members are adhered according to the present invention. Figures 5d illustrates a cross section of a lighting charge, and at the end of the reinforcement members attached to each other. Figure 6 is an artistic concept of lighting a cigarette with lighting material positioned asymmetrically with regard to the longitudinal axis of the cigarette, on the lighting tip. Figure 7 is an artistic concept of a friction sticker with a strip of abrasive material adhered to the sole of a shoe.

DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS The present invention is a self-lighting cigarette. The cigarette, on the tip designated to start burning, is coated with a flammable material that could resemble the flammable coating of the tip of a match. The flammable material could be sulfur or phosphorus, for example. Similarly to the lighting of a match, the cigarette is lighted by rubbing its tip coated with flammable material on a strip of abrasive material. The strip could be part of the cigarette packet or any other suitable strip of abrasive material. According to the present invention, cigarettes and cigars have reinforcement members in order to prevent breaking during the process of lighting, which includes rubbing the tip of the cigarette on a strip of abrasive material. This rubbing applies a lateral force on the cigarette, which generates a bending moment that causes the cigarette to break. The farther the fingers holding the cigarette are from the lighted tip during the process of lighting, the higher the risk of breaking the cigarette. This result in a tendency to hold the cigarette close to the lighting tip, to the extent of dangerous proximity to the initial lighting flame. To reduce the risk of burns during lighting, the invention includes an option to dispose the lighting material on the cigarette tip asymmetrically with regard to the longitudinal axis of the cigarette, which is usually approximately the cigarette's longitudinal symmetry axis, namely the lighting material is disposed only on part of the circumference of the tip of the cigarette, so that contact between the lighting flame and the fingers holding the cigarette is avoided. When lighting a cigarette with a match or a lighter, the smoker brings the source of fire to the distant tip of the cigarette, while the other tip is placed in the his mouth, and inhaling through the cigarette in order to induce lighting, thus inhaling the gases and products of the lighting of the flame. When lighting a cigarette according to the present invention, the power of the flame created as a result of activating the lighting charge is sufficient to cause the beginning of the burning of the cigarette. Therefore the smoker need not hurry and inhale the air through the cigarette and thus avoids inhaling the gases and products of the lighting of the flame. Use of reinforcement members with a burning rate similar to that of the natural burning rate of the cigarette guarantees no detraction from the smoker's pleasure. The use of self-lighting reinforced cigarette prevents the need for use of matches and lighters and thus helps to preserve the environment, by reducing the need for deforestation for the purpose of match production, and reduces environmental pollution as a result of discarding large amounts of used lighters. Before explaining at least one embodiment of the invention in detail, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited in its application to the details of construction and the arrangement of the components set forth in the following description or illustrated in the drawings. Referring now to the drawings, figure la illustrates an example of igniting of a prior art cigarette using a lighting match, by a smoker. The smoker 100 has cigarette 30 in his mouth 101. One hand 103 is holding a box of matches 23, and the other hand is holding match 21, the tip of which is flame 22, in close proximity to the tip of the cigarette 30, and the smoker inhales air through the cigarette, thus lighting it and fanning the flame. Figure lb illustrates an example of igniting of a prior art self-lighting cigarette, by friction on a strip of abrasive material. Cigarette 40 is held by the hand 103 and is moved in a motion rubbing the lighting charge material 24 disposed at the tip of the cigarette on the strip of abrasive material 26 disposed on the cigarette packet 25. Figure 2 illustrates a lateral cross section of the cigarette 50 essentially according to the present invention. The smoking material 51, the tobacco, is stuffed into a long tube with a thin casing 53, whose thickness can be around several hundredths of a millimeter. The material of the thin casing 53 has a slow burning rate that suits the tobacco 51 burning rate, and can be paper, tobacco leaf, or any other suitable material. Area 54 has an overlapping of both ends of the thin casing 53 at which they are adhered to each other. Reinforcement member 52 could be disposed inside thin casing 53, outside of it and even within the smoking material 51 in many places in the lateral cross section. Reinforcement member 52 consists of poles disposed approximately parallel to the tube casing of cigarette 50. Theirs length can be as long as the cigarette 50 or less. The quantity of the reinforcement member 52, in the cigarette 50 can be from one to any number suitable for this purpose (the figure illustrates a specific case in which the quantity of reinforcement member 52 is three). Proper selection of material for the reinforcement member 52 ensure a burning rate that suits the burning rate of the cigarette and provides the necessary qualities of strength and elasticity required to prevent the breaking of the cigarette 50 as a result of the bending moment applied to it during the rubbing in the self-lighting process. The material of the reinforcement member can be selected from a group of: wood, paper, cardboard, or tobacco leaf vein. The lateral cross section of the reinforcement member can have a wide variety of shapes such as rectangle, circle, ellipse, arch, T-shape, etc. The reinforcement member can have a wide variety of three-dimensional forms, including a variety of long and slender structures, namely a long and slender reinforcement member The length dimension of the long and slender reinforcement member is much greater than any of its width dimensions, which are much smaller than the cigarette's diameter; therefore its terminology includes the words long and slender. Experiments have shown that reinforcement members of a small lateral cross section area in various shapes and sizes, whose effect on the volume and weight of a cigarette are negligible, provide the necessary strength and elasticity. Figure 3 is a description of reinforcement members 62 disposed in the cigarette casing 61 during the manufacturing process, according to the present invention. One of the possibilities is wrapping an additional thin casing made of a strip of suitable material, such as paper. The reinforcement members 62 are attached or inserted into this strip 61, when it is spread out prior to being wrapped onto the cigarette 60. Figure 4 illustrates an integrated structure of solid lighting material 71 and reinforcement members 72 according to the present invention. This structure can be stuck into an existent cigarette during the manufacturing process and thus can give the cigarette self- lighting capability and the necessary qualities of strength and elasticity required to prevent it from breaking when self-lighting by friction. Figure 5a is an illustration of a segment of lateral cross section of a cigarette casing according to the present invention, depicting a possible location of the reinforcement members 52, in this case in cigarette paper 81. Figure 5b is an illustration of a segment of lateral cross section of a cigarette according to the present invention, depicting another possible location of the reinforcement members 52, in this case between the cigarette's outer casing 83 and the attached inner casing 84. Figure 5c is an illustration of a segment of lateral cross section of a cigarette according to the present invention, depicting additional possible location of the reinforcement members 52 in this case reinforcement members 52, are adhered to the inner side of the cigarette casing 51. Figures 5d illustrates a cross section of lighting charge 71, and at the end of reinforcement member 72 attached to each other. One of the possibilities of reinforcing the connection of lighting charge 71 to the reinforcement member 72 is by designing reinforcement member 72 with groove 73 or cavity that can has several various cross sections such as trapezoid shape, as shown in the illustration, a serrated shape, etc., into which the lighting charge 71 can be latched. The tip of the reinforcement member 72 can be smooth, without any groove or cavity, with one groove 73 or cavity, or more than one groove 73 or cavity. The material of lighting charge 71 fills the empty space of groove 73 or cavity in the reinforcement member 72. Figure 6 is an artistic concept of lighting a cigarette 70 with a lighting charge 71 disposed asymmetrically with regard to the longitudinal axis of cigarette 70, on the tip designated to be the tip that starts burning. The smoker holds the cigarette in one hand 103 and moves it in a rubbing motion on abrasive strip 26 that can be attached to the cigarette packet 25. To increase the friction, the smoker presses the cigarette 70 with one of his fingers 104. To prevent the finger 104 from burns when lighting, the lighting charge is disposed in manner that leaves that cigarette casing in the area that is pressed free of lighting material. Figures 7 is an artistic concept of friction sticker 92 attached to shoe 90 by adhesion to the sole of the shoe 91. According to the present invention, friction sticker 92, including several layers that are not detailed in the illustration, can be disposed with the cigarette packet, which is not shown in the illustration. For example, similarly to an adhesive bandage, adhesive is applied to one side of a central strip that is protected by a protective layer that can be removed prior to adhesion and a strip of abrasive material that is suitable for lighting the lighting charge 71 is disposed to the other side of the central strip. Friction sticker 92 can be inside the cigarette packet, or on its outside, or separately from the packet. The user can attach the friction sticker 92 wherever he feel is suitable, such as the under the sole of his shoe. It will be immediately apparent that the present invention provides a highly practical and advantageous implementation of self-lighting cigarette. It will be appreciated that the above descriptions are intended only to serve as examples and that many other embodiments are possible within the spirit and the scope of the present invention.

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WHAT IS CLAIMED IS:
1. A reinforced self-lighting cigarette to be used by a smoker comprising: (a) a cigarette including smoking material and a thin casing; (b) a lighting charge disposed at one end of said reinforced self-lighting cigarette; and (c) at least one reinforcement member disposed along said reinforced self-lighting cigarette.
2. The reinforced self-lighting cigarette of claim 1, wherein said lighting charge is activated by friction.
3. The reinforced self-lighting cigarette of claim 2, wherein said lighting charge includes: (i) at least one igniting substance useful in igniting as a result of friction.
4. The reinforced self-lighting cigarette of claim 3, wherein said lighting charge further includes: (ii) at least one auxiliary material, useful in binding said igniting substance.
5. The reinforced self-lighting cigarette of claim 3, wherein said lighting charge is selected from a group consisting of sulfur and phosphorus.
6. The reinforced self-lighting cigarette of claim 1, wherein each of said reinforcement members is long and slender.
7. The reinforced self-lighting cigarette of claim 5, wherein the material of each of said long and slender reinforcement member is an organic material.
8. The reinforced self-lighting cigarette of claim 7, wherein each of said long and slender reinforcement members is selected from a group consisting of paper, cardboard, wood, bamboo, and tobacco leaf vein.
9. The reinforced self-lighting cigarette of claim 6, wherein three said long and slender reinforcement members are disposed along said thin casing, within it, or in immediate proximity to it, essentially parallel to the cigarette's longitudinal axis.
10. The reinforced self-lighting cigarette of claim 1 wherein said reinforcement member and said lighting charge is one solid body.
11. The reinforced self-lighting cigarette of claim 1 wherein said reinforcement member includes at least one groove.
12. The reinforced self-lighting cigarette of claim 1 wherein said lighting charge is in a ball-like shape.
13. The reinforced self-lighting cigarette of claim 1 wherein said lighting charge is in a pyramid-like shape.
14. The reinforced self-lighting cigarette of claim 1 further comprising: (d) an odorous material.
15. A self-lighting cigarette to be used by a smoker comprising: (a) a cigarette including smoking material and a thin casing; and (b) a lighting charge, disposed on part of the circumference of the tip of said cigarette.
16. The self-lighting cigarette of claim 15 further comprising: (c) an odorous material.
17. A suitable case for storage, carrying, and lighting cigarettes comprising: (a) a cigarette packet; (b) at least one self-lighting cigarette within said cigarette packet; and (c) at least one friction sticker within said cigarette packet.
18. A suitable case for storage, carrying, and lighting cigarettes comprising: (a) a cigarette packet having out-facing panels; (b) at least one self-lighting cigarette within said cigarette packet; and (c) at least one friction sticker disposed adjacent to said outward-facing of said cigarette packet.
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US1719794A (en) * 1927-03-30 1929-07-02 Juan E Anchondo Igniting tip for cigars and cigarettes
US2652060A (en) * 1950-10-13 1953-09-15 Shio Cheng Combined cigarette and igniting means
US3994305A (en) * 1975-07-28 1976-11-30 Hughes Lloyd M Self-lighting cigarette having a protective cap

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US1719794A (en) * 1927-03-30 1929-07-02 Juan E Anchondo Igniting tip for cigars and cigarettes
US2652060A (en) * 1950-10-13 1953-09-15 Shio Cheng Combined cigarette and igniting means
US3994305A (en) * 1975-07-28 1976-11-30 Hughes Lloyd M Self-lighting cigarette having a protective cap

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