|Title of Invention||
LAMINATED BOTTLES FOR HIGHLY HAZARDOUS FUMES EMITTING PRODUCTS AND OTHER PRODUCTS OF DOCILE & OR HAZARDOUS NATURE
|Abstract||A process of Manufacturing a 'Laminated bottles for hazardous fumes emitting] comprising laminated sheet is made to adhere to the inside wall of a plastic bottle as well as on its base and a cap containing induction-sealing wad, which gives barrier to gas emission, The lamination consists of 3,5,upto 7 layers out of which at least one should be aluminium layer which is made to adhere to the inner surface;|
|Full Text||FORM - 2
The Patent Act, 1970 (39 of 1970)
(Section 10; Rule 13)
"LAMINATED BOTTLES FOR HIGHLY HAZARDOUS FUMES EMITTING PRODUCTS",
M/S. BLOOM PACKAGING PRIVATE LIMITED, (An Indian Joint Stock Company Registered under the companies Act, 1956) having its registered office at Readymoney Terrace, 167 Dr. A.B. Road, Worli, MUMBAI- 400 018, Maharashtra, India.
The following specification particularly describes the nature of this invention & the manner in which it is performed:
The present invention relates to 'Laminated bottles for hazardous fumes emitting products
Hazardous liquids, powders or gaseous product are incompatible with usual packaging material. Hence such material is not capable of containing these hazardous chemicals. The conventional packaging material used are metal. Such as aluminium, tin, stainless steel etc. since these metals have the property of ductility and malleability that's why they are use for packaging purpose.
The other conventional packaging material is high density Poly Ethylene (HDPE), Poly Propylene (PP), which is used to pack majority of industrial as well as other products. These are made from the polymers of ethylene and propylene. The process of manufacturing takes a long time. However, the abovementioned conventional packaging material have many disadvantages some of which are mentioned below :-
(1) The metals aluminium, tin, stainless steel which are used for packaging purpose are very expensive.
(2) The process of manufacture of container by using metals aluminium, tin, stainless is very difficult, which in turn, deteriorates the guajitv of the hazardous. This may cause various hazards due to leakage etc.
(3) Although plastic (HDPE, PP, etc.) is compatible with several industrial and other products as well as cost effective, it is not used for solvent-based formulations, liquids or highly gaseous and dangerous products. This because these highly hazardous products are not compatible with plastic (HDPE /PP) and permeate through the container causing the container to soften or swell.
(4) The conventional packaging material metal and plastic are not sturdy or hard and lack strength and rigidity.
(5) These conventional packaging materials cannot withstand considerable pressure build up.
(6) The conventional packaging material is not resistant to piercing and ballooning.
The present invention relates to 'Laminated bottles for hazardous fumes emitting products and other products of docile and or hazardous nature" will now be explained in detail with the help of figure 1 of accompanying drawing :-
Figure 1 shows the developed PP/HDPE tube and closure in the lamination bottles. It illustrates 4 start square threads with 3 mm pitch (1), serrations 24 Nos (2).
The present invention comprise of laminated bottle which are processed and manufactured by a technology in which a laminated sheet is made up to adhere to the inside wall of a plastic bottle as well as on the base. Cap will also contain induction sealing wad, which given barrier to gas emission the plastic bottle being hard or sturdy which avoid leakages.. The present invention covers lamination which could consists of 3, 5 upto 7 layers. Out of these layers, minimum one should be an aluminium layer varying from 9 p (micron) to 150 p (micron). It is made to adhere to the inner surface the plastic container. This can be done by injection moulded, below moulded thermoform of HDPE, PP or any other generic or engineering plastic material surface. By using any welding method eg. Co-exhaustion heat welding which is done by way induction heating or hot plate heating or any other direct or indirect heating process or glued together by using any form of genue or tie material.
WE CLAIM :-
1) A process of Manufacturing a 'Laminated bottles for hazardous fumes emitting] comprising laminated sheet is made to adhere to the inside wall of a plastic bottle as well as on its base and a cap containing induction-sealing wad, which gives barrier to gas emission, The lamination consists of 3,5,upto 7 layers out of which at least one should be aluminium layer which is made to adhere to the inner surface;
2) A process as claimed in claim 1, where in the lamination is adhere to the inner surface of the plastic container which is done by injection moulded, blow moulded, thermoform of HDPE, PP or any other generic or engineering plastic material by using any welding method;
3) A process as claimed in claim 1 & 2 which can withstand considerable pressure compared to pouches and is also easy to stack or pack in other packs;
4) A process as claimed in claim 1,2 and 3 which ensures that no softening / swelling of the bottle occurs.
Dated 28TH DAY OF JULY 2003,
MR. JOSEPH VARIKASERY
OF VARIKASERY & VARIKASERY
Agent for the applicant
|Indian Patent Application Number||760/MUM/2003|
|PG Journal Number||32/2007|
|Date of Filing||04-Aug-2003|
|Name of Patentee||M/S. BLOOM PACKAGING PRIVATE LIMITED|
|Applicant Address||READYMONEY TERRACE, 167 DR. A.B. ROAD, WORLI, MUMBAI,|
|PCT International Classification Number||B32B 15/00|
|PCT International Application Number||N/A|
|PCT International Filing date|