Capsule for syrup

FIELD: food industry.

SUBSTANCE: proposed capsule contains a body intended for storage of fixed syrup quantity and designed to have a shape ensuring the body placement onto the top of the bottle filled with carbonated water. Additionally, the capsule contains a mechanism for syrup outlet into the bottle by the controllable method; the capsule is designed to have a shape ensuring excess gas outlet into atmosphere. Additionally, one describes a method for syrup outlet from the capsule into the bottle filled with carbonated water.

EFFECT: method involves the capsule placement on the bottle edge and exposure of the capsule to a force directed downwards and ensuring the possibility of excess gases outlet into atmosphere with the help of the said capsule.

22 cl, 14 dwg

 

AREA of TECHNOLOGY

[0001] the invention relates in General to household installations for aerating and, in particular, to Appendix gives taste of refueling.

CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS

[0002] the Priority of this application is claimed on provisional application for U.S. patent No. 61/593955, filed February 2, 2012, the entire contents of which are incorporated herein by reference.

Background of the INVENTION

[0003] Household units to carbonate, known in the art, to provide a convenient solution for lovers of fizzy drink, have no desire to carry home heavy bottles of drink from the shops. They are also ideal to provide as needed freshly prepared carbonated beverages. One of the reasons of the popularity of these plants due to the presence of numerous flavors that can be purchased together with these plants, such as pomegranate or orange fruits, exceeding the range of drinks available, previously spilled into bottles.

Summary of the INVENTION

[0004] In accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention proposed capsule for storing a fixed amount of syrup. The capsule comprises a housing for storing fixed to�the amount of syrup, made with the form of providing land to the opening of the bottle with the liquid. The capsule also contains a mechanism for the production of syrup into the bottle regulated manner. In addition, the capsule is made with the form, providing release excess gas into the atmosphere.

[0005] in Addition, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the proposed invention, the capsule also contains a membrane between the housing and the exhaust mechanism.

[0006] furthermore, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention the discharge mechanism includes a knife for cutting the membrane to release the syrup.

[0007] Further, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention the knife is a single of the exhaust mechanism part.

[0008] Additionally, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention the knife is an integral part of the graduation mechanism.

[0009] in Addition, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention the discharge mechanism has a hole, providing the possibility of leakage of fluid to the sides of the bottle after cutting.

[0010] furthermore, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention, the holes allow the exit of gases formed after the passage of the syrup in the bottle.

[0011] Further, � accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention the housing and the discharge mechanism are an integral part of the capsule.

[0012] Additionally, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention the discharge mechanism contains fragile components made with the possibility of breaking under pressure, to form holes in the base of the capsule.

[0013] in Addition, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention, the holes allow flow of syrup into the bottle.

[0014] furthermore, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention, the holes allow the exit of gases formed after the passage of the syrup in the bottle.

[0015] furthermore, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention the liquid is carbonated water.

[0016] In accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention proposes a method of production of syrup from the capsule in a bottle of soda water. The method includes the installation of a capsule on the rim of the bottle and the perception of the capsule downward force. The method includes enabling the release of excess gases in the atmosphere using the capsule.

[0017] in Addition, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention the capsule comprises a housing for storing syrup and exhaust mechanism.

[0018] furthermore, in accordance with a preferred options�the ant of the invention, the capsule contains a membrane between the housing and the exhaust mechanism.

[0019] Further, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention the discharge mechanism includes a cutting knife membrane for the production of syrup in the bottle.

[0020] Additionally, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention the knife is an integral part of the graduation mechanism.

[0021] in Addition, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention the discharge mechanism has a hole, providing after cutting, the possibility of occurrence of syrup to the sides of the bottle for a minimum of foaming.

[0022] furthermore, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention, the holes enable the production of gases formed after the passage of the syrup in the bottle.

[0023] Further, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention the housing and the discharge mechanism are an integral part of the capsule.

[0024] Additionally, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention the discharge mechanism contains fragile components made with the possibility of breaking under pressure, to form holes in the base of the capsule.

[0025] in Addition, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention, the holes allow flow of syrup to the sides of the booth�LCI for a minimum of foaming.

[0026] furthermore, in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention, the holes allow the exit of gases formed after the passage of the syrup in the bottle.

BRIEF description of the DRAWINGS

[0027] the Object addressed as the proposed invention, particularly specified and clearly stated in the claims. However, the proposed invention from the point of view of the organization and method of operation, together with objectives, features and advantages of the proposed invention can be best understood when reading the following detailed description in conjunction with the accompanying drawings, in which:

[0028] Fig. 1 schematically illustrates a known method of adding the syrup in a bottle with pre-carbonated water;

[0029] Fig. 2 depicts a side view of the new capsules for the syrup, designed for use with standard domestic installations for aerating ready for installation on the bottle, is designed and operating in accordance with the proposed invention;

[0030] Fig. 3 depicts a bottom view in perspective of the capsule shown in Fig. 1, is designed and operating in accordance with the invention;

[0031] Fig. 4 depicts a view in perspective of a graduation mechanism forming part of the capsule shown in Fig. 1, structurally vol�lenny and operating in accordance with the proposed invention;

[0032] Fig. 5 depicts a side view of the capsule shown in Fig. 1, located on the bottle with pre-carbonated water and ready for use;

[0033] Fig. 6 depicts a side view of the capsule shown in Fig. 1, after pressing her down into the rim of the bottle with pre-carbonated water, structurally designed and operating in accordance with the proposed invention;

[0034] Fig. 7A, 7B, 7C and 7D depict views in perspective of another embodiment of the invention, structurally designed and operating in accordance with the proposed invention; and

[0035] Fig. 8A, 8B, 8C and 8D depict views in perspective of another embodiment of the proposed invention, is designed and operating in accordance with the proposed invention.

[0036] it Should be understood that for simplicity and clarity of the image components shown in the drawings are not necessarily made to scale. For example, the dimensions of some components for clarity, may be exaggerated relative to other components. In addition, item numbers, where considered appropriate, can be repeated in the drawings to indicate corresponding or similar components.

DETAILED description of the INVENTION

[0037] the following detailed description considered numerous specific details �to assure a comprehensive understanding of the invention. However, one skilled in the art should be understood that the proposed invention can be implemented in practice without these specific details. In other instances, well known methods, procedures and components have not been described in detail so as not to hinder the understanding of the proposed invention.

[0038] the Authors established that the addition adds the flavor syrup in a pre-carbonated water creates a turbulent foaming and can be improved. Aeration of water is usually performed by attaching the appropriate bottles of water for domestic sparkling drinks dispensing machine and the operation of the facility with a few clicks of a button, providing the addition of carbon dioxide into the water. Fig. 1 illustrates adding the syrup in a bottle of pre-carbonated water. Syrup 10 pour out of the cap 20 into the bottle 30 is held at a certain angle α to slow down the velocity syrup 10 with soda water to reduce their interaction and reduce foaming and to prevent leakage in the vertical direction generated gas (CO2) generated as a result of such interaction, and the release of water from the bottle 30. At the end of this procedure, the bottle 30 is usually shaken to disperse syrup 10.

[0039] Situatonniste, the angle α can be set so as to ensure the best angle of the fill, since different syrups have different characteristics that affect the interaction, such as the type and quality of syrup, and the degree of carbonated water. In addition, it should be understood that different users will perform aeration of water with different degree in accordance with the number of taps for domestic sparkling drinks dispensing machine.

[0040] additionally, it was found that when introducing syrup in a bottle may spatter, especially when you try to pour the required amount into a small cap to add to carbonated water. These syrups can also be highly viscous.

[0041] Fig. 2, 3 and 4 shows the new capsule 40 for the syrup, designed for use with standard domestic installations for aerating. Fig. 2 shows the capsule 40, mounted on the bottle 100. Fig. 3 shows the lower side of the capsule 40, and Fig. 4 shows the discharge mechanism 44, which forms part of the capsule 40.

[0042] the Capsule 40 has a region 42 of storage and discharge mechanism 44. Region 42 storage contains a thin membrane 70 and the cover 90. The exhaust mechanism 44 is a single performed by an integral block containing three racks 50 and Y-shaped blade 60. It should be understood that the capsule 40 can keep the syrup in 80 region 42 int� thin membrane 70 and a lid 90, and also that the capsule 40 is structurally made with possibility of installation on the neck of the bottle 100. It should be understood that the region 42 of storage can be separated from the mechanism 44 by a thin membrane 70.

[0043] As shown in Fig. 3, to which reference is now made all three of the rack 50 can be equidistant from each other. It should be understood that is made an integral part of each rack can be a protrusion 105. The protrusion 105 and the rack 50 can in the initial position inside the groove 107, and then movement can slide inside the groove 107 to open the hole 110 (Fig. 6) to produce the syrup in 80 bottle of 100 (more detail below). Fig. 3 also shows a tightly closed base 140 of the capsule 40.

[0044] As can be seen in Fig. 4, Y-shaped blade 60 can have legs 61, 62 and 63, each of which can be attached to the top of the strut 50.

[0045] As shown in Fig. 5, to which reference is now made, the capsule 40 may be placed on the neck of the bottle 100 and carefully lowered into position, ensuring the contact of each rack 50 with part of the rim 120 of the bottle 100. Thus, in Fig. 5 shows that the capsule 40 is installed on the neck of the bottle in a balanced state on three racks 50 and ready for use.

[0046] Then, the capsule 40 may be subjected to a small depression, a downward force which could contribute�'it pressing of the capsule 40 to the rim 120 of the bottle 100. Referring now to Fig. 6 showing a side view of the capsule 40 after pushing her down based on the rim 120 of the bottle 100. It should be understood that, although the capsule 40 promote the downward movement, however, it is possible to prevent the displacement down the exhaust mechanism 44 due to the position of the posts 50 on the rim 120, so it stays in place. Accordingly, when the capsule 40 promote down, the region 42 storage also moves downward, and the membrane 70 can be pressed against the three legs of the blade 60, which remain in their original position. It should be understood that this relative movement can cause splitting of the membrane 70 of the blade 60 with the release of the syrup 80.

[0047] it Should further be understood that the capsule 40 may continue to move down, leaving the mechanism 44 in a balanced position on the rim 120. Since the protrusions 105, cover the openings 110 are part of the mechanism 44, they can also stay in its place. Thus, the movement of the capsule 40 down could cause the rack 50 and the protrusions 105 to slide up the inside of the groove 107, thus opening up the holes 110 for the flow of syrup 80 down into the bottle 100.

[0048] it Should also be understood that since the base 140 of the capsule 40 may be closed, the syrup 80 may be released into the bottle only 100 caratteristica 110, flowing along the inside wall of the bottle due to viscosity, as shown in Fig. 6 facing down arrows. You should additionally understand that this 3-directional release syrup in a bottle with 100 sparkling water can reduce the kinetic energy with which the syrup 80 collides with soda water and, therefore, can greatly reduce the amount of foam created. You should also understand that just after the release of the syrup 80 in soda water eliminates the need for shaking the bottle 100.

[0049] it Should be understood that while adding the syrup 80 may be excess gas in the carbonated water. Some amount of excess gas can escape into the atmosphere through a small gap 130 between the capsule 40 and a bottle of 100. Excess gas may also pass into the capsule 40 through the holes 110 and create pressure, which in turn can speed up the flow of syrup 80 per bottle 100. In addition, the cover 90 can be designed to withstand additional pressure from the exhaust gas and not break down. It should be understood that the size of the grooves 107 may be respectively executed with a possibility of a steady flow of syrup and exit of the gas emitted.

[0050] it Should be understood that the capsule 40 and all of its components can be 100% biodegradable and �might be made of impermeable plastic to prevent natural oxidation of the syrup 80. Typical plastic used to manufacture, can be polyethylene terephthalate (PET). Also it should be understood that a thin membrane 70 and the cover 90 can be welded or glued to the capsule 40.

[0051] it Should be understood that the amount of syrup 80 contained in the capsule 40, 52 cm3for the manufacture of a liter of beverage, and that this quantity is the same throughout the range of available syrups, gives taste. The degree of viscosity and the amount of sugar can vary from syrup to the syrup, which should be taken into account during manufacture.

[0052] In another embodiment of the proposed invention the mechanism producing syrup 40 per bottle 100 can be an integral part of the capsule 40. Referring now to Fig. 7A, 7B, 7C and 7D, which are views in perspective of a one-piece capsule 40A with a knife. Fig. 7A, 7B, 7C illustrates in perspective of capsules 40A, respectively, side, top and bottom. Fig. 7D shows the state of the capsule 40A after using it.

[0053] the Capsule 40A can have the same area 42 of storage, and the capsule 40, together with the membrane 70 and the cover 90 for the placement of the syrup 80. It should also be understood that the capsule 40A may include an exhaust mechanism 200 that may be part of the same parts made of plastic, and the region 42A. The mechanism 200 includes three wall 205, three stand� 50A for contact with the bottle, the base 210, the plastic spring 230, the three support legs 240 and three blades 250, 251 and 252. It should be understood that a thin membrane 70 can be attached from the inside to the shelf 215, which may be located at the junction of the housing 42 with the mechanism 200.

[0054] it Should be understood that the walls 205 may be connected with the area 42 for storing a spring 230, as shown in Fig. 7B, to which reference is now made. The spring 230 may also be formed as an integral part of the struts 50A, which, in turn, on their upper parts may be provided with blades 250, 251 and 252.

[0055] it Should be understood that between the blades 250, 251 and 252 and a thin membrane 70 may be a hole 260, as illustrated in Fig. 7C, to which reference is now made. It should also be understood that the elasticity of the springs 230 may provide the ability to move the racks 50 and blades 250, 251 and 252 inside the hole 260.

[0056] As described above, the rack 50A can be used to install the capsule 40A on the neck of the bottle 40 with the provision of the supports of each rack 50A on the rim 120 of the bottle 100. After the capsule 40A is installed and ready for use, the downward force pressing the capsule 40A may cause the rack 50A to climb up to the membrane inside the hole 70 260 due to the elasticity of the spring 230. As the blades 250, 251 and 252 are attached to the uprights 50, they can also move�up and Sya, ultimately, cut the membrane 70 and release the syrup 80.

[0057] referring now to Fig. 7D illustrates the state of the capsule 40A after using it. It should further be understood that the racks 50A can be attached additional supporting strut 240, which may be located perpendicular to the racks 50A. It should be understood that the movement of the racks 50, shifting up, can force of the spring 230 to make a small turn, providing the ability to "support" struts 40 on the shelf 215 "fixing" the mechanism 200 is in place, as shown by the arrow 450, and creating opportunities for the flow of syrup 80 per bottle 100.

[0058] it Should also be understood that aside from the through holes 260 in the area between the walls 205, a base 210 and a spring 230, as well as around the spring 230 can also be opened, as shown hatched sections in Fig. 7D. It should also be understood that solid base 210 may ensure that the flow of syrup from the capsule 40A around the base 210 in the direction of the sides of the bottle 100 to communicate with soda water, as described above. You should additionally be understood that these various holes and passages can also produce any generated excess gas, as set forth above.

[0059] In another embodiment of the proposed invention, the capsule 40 may include at�completely tightly closed base, therefore to retain the syrup 80 does not require a thin membrane 70. It should be understood that the capsule 40C can also be made from a single piece of material. Referring now to Fig. 8A and 8B, showing, respectively, from the side and top views in perspective of such a capsule 40B. Also refer to Fig. 8C illustrating a capsule 40B mounted on the bottle 100 and ready for use, and Fig. 8D, showing the capsule 40B after use.

[0060] As can be seen in Fig. 8B, the capsule 40B may include a region of 420 to store and discharge mechanism 300. It should be understood that region 420 may consist of a whole capsule 40B, which may be hollow for storage of the syrup 80, the amount of which may be adjusted accordingly. Capsule 40B can be tightly closed by the cover 90, as described above. The mechanism 300 includes three ribs 310 (Fig. 8B one can see only two ribs 310), the base 320 and an integral swivel 350. It should be understood that the mechanism 300 may be perforated (340) on the links between the ribs 310 to the capsule 40B, thereby ensuring the fragility of the mechanism 300 and the possibility of its easy breakage. It should also be understood that the ribs 310 may have a triangular shape, facilitating the installation of the capsule 40B inside the neck of the bottle 100, as shown in Fig. 8C, as well as contributing their floors�e perforation under pressure as described in more detail in the future.

[0061] it Should be understood that the strength of the downward pressure on the capsule 40B may exert pressure on the ribs 310, promoting them inside and, eventually, destroying the perforation 340 that connects the ribs to the capsule 40B, as shown in Fig. 8D. It should also be understood that this movement inside of the ribs 310 may create the opportunity for a small lowering of the capsule 40B in the neck of the bottle 100. Should be further understood that the destruction of perforations 340 can open the hole 360 with providing opportunities for the flow of syrup 80 per bottle 100. It should be understood that after the destruction of perforations 340 swivel 350 can hold the ribs 310 are attached to the capsule 40B, thereby guaranteeing incomplete breaking of the ribs from the capsule 40B and prevention of accidental exposure in a bottle of 100 together with syrup 80. It should also be understood that the substrate 320 may allow for the flow of syrup from 80 capsule 40B only through the holes 360 with admission to the bottle 100 along its sides and thereby with adjustable interaction with soda water, as described above. It should be understood that the same method can be completed with the release of excess gases.

[0062] it Should be further understood that the use of capsules with syrup on top of the bottles can increase AC�orcement flavors, which can be tested at a lower cost without having to buy full bottles with syrup.

[0063] it Should be understood that the capsule 40, 40A and 40B can be used with existing domestic installations for aerating without need to perform any changes of the current technology.

[0064] Although herein illustrated and described specific features of the proposed invention, however, specialists in the art it is possible to make multiple modifications, substitutions, changes and equivalents. Accordingly, it should be understood that the appended claims cover all such modifications and changes as fall within the essence of the proposed invention.

1. Capsule for storing a fixed amount of syrup, comprising a housing for storing a fixed amount of syrup and is made in the form, which is designed to fit in the opening of the bottle with carbonated water, and discharge mechanism for the production of syrup into the bottle adjustable means, wherein the capsule is made with the form, providing release excess gas into the atmosphere.

2. Capsule according to claim 1, containing the membrane between the housing and the exhaust mechanism.

3. Capsule according to claim 2, in which the discharge mechanism ODS�REIT cutting knife membrane for the production of syrup.

4. Capsule according to claim 3, in which a knife is a separate part of the exhaust mechanism.

5. Capsule according to claim 3, in which the knife is an integral part of the graduation mechanism.

6. Capsule according to claim 3, which has openings to allow the flow of syrup to the inner sides of the bottle after cutting of the membrane.

7. Capsule according to claim 6, in which these holes enable the production of excess gases generated after the flow of syrup into the bottle.

8. Capsule according to claim 1, in which the housing and the discharge mechanism are an integral part of the capsule.

9. Capsule according to claim 8, in which the discharge mechanism contains fragile components made with the possibility of fracture pressure for the formation of holes in the base of the capsule.

10. Capsule according to claim 9, in which these holes allow flow of syrup into the bottle.

11. Capsule according to claim 10, in which these holes enable the production of gases produced after the flow of syrup into the bottle.

12. Method of production of syrup from the capsule in a bottle of carbonated water, comprising placing the capsule on the rim of the bottle, the impact on the capsule downward force and enabling the release of excess gases in the atmosphere using the capsule.

13. A method according to claim 12, in which the capsule with�refer the case to store syrup and exhaust mechanism.

14. A method according to claim 13, in which the capsule contains a membrane between the housing and the exhaust mechanism.

15. A method according to claim 14, in which the discharge mechanism includes a knife for cutting the membrane to allow the release of the syrup in the bottle.

16. A method according to claim 14, in which the knife is an integral part of the graduation mechanism.

17. A method according to claim 14, in which the discharge mechanism has openings to allow the flow of syrup down to the inner sides of the bottle after cutting the membrane with minimum foaming.

18. A method according to claim 17, in which these holes provide the capability for the specified release of gases generated after the flow of syrup into the bottle.

19. A method according to claim 14, wherein the housing and the discharge mechanism are an integral part of the capsule.

20. A method according to claim 19 wherein the exhaust mechanism includes fragile items, made with the possibility of fracture pressure for the formation of holes in the base of the capsule.

21. A method according to claim 20, in which the holes provide the possibility of occurrence of syrup down to the inner sides of the bottle with minimum foaming.

22. A method according to claim 20, in which the holes provide the capability for the specified release of gases generated after the flow of syrup into the bottle.



 

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4 cl, 3 dwg

FIELD: medicine.

SUBSTANCE: device contains thermoplastic part, connected with chamber with possibility of contacting with filling it substance, which has section in which element for injections can perform puncture, with possibility of restoring its impermeability under impact of laser radiation. Thermoplastic part contains first polymer material in first quantity by weight, which contains block-copolymer of styrene and possesses first elongation, second polymer material in second quantity by weight smaller than the first one and, at least, one substance, selected from group, including ethylene α-olefins, polyolefins and olefins, and possesses second elongation, which is smaller than the first one; pigment in amount, which makes it possible for case to absorb laser radiation to a considerable degree and prevent passing of radiation through walls to a considerable degree; and makes it possible to cover puncture in hermetic way; lubricating substance in amount which reduces friction force in the place of contact of case and element for injections. Described above device is used in method of manufacturing and filling chamber-containing device with substance. Section is punctured with needle with hollow conically-sharpened tip and, at least, one hole for liquid, located near needle end. Needle is also connected with source of substance. Needle for introduction of liquid into chamber is introduced into section in such a way as to a considerable degree prevents formation of thermoplastic material and their getting into chamber. Lubricating substance is introduced into the place of needle and section contact to reduce friction force between said elements; substance is introduced into chamber by means of needle, after that, needle is removed from section in such a way as to a considerable degree prevent formation of thermoplastic material particles and their getting into chamber. Laser radiation is aimed at puncture in section. In accordance with the second version in method first formed is chamber-containing case, under conditions of mainly laminar flow, after that, thermoplastic part is formed in said conditions in such a way that it contains section for performance of protocol by element for chamber filling with its further restoration under impact of laser radiation. Thermoplastic part and case are connected together with formation of sterile chamber before cooling to room temperature. Element aimed for filling chamber with liquid as well as for introduction of substance is introduced into section. After that, element is removed and laser radiation is aimed at puncture.

EFFECT: group of inventions ensures reduction of expenditures, simplification and increase of sterility degree.

18 cl, 75 dwg

FIELD: machine building.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to mount assembly for fluid valve. The valve of said assembly has peripheral attachment part, elastic flexible mid-part extending from said peripheral attachment part and elastic flexible head extending from mid-part. It has, at least, one self-sealing slot in said head, lateral edge part arranged nearby mid-part and opposed opening parts along said slot to form initially-open hole. Said mount assembly comprises retaining structure and adjoining structure. Adjoining structure is arranged to adjoin the valve mid-part to engage by the valve head first side in lateral edge part to constrict its displacement in one direction. Invention covers also the versions of assembly implementation.

EFFECT: reliable closure of proposed valve.

15 cl, 15 dwg

Test tube cap 187 // 2485033

FIELD: packaging industry.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to an elastomeric cap which is used to seal the test tube, but provides access of the pipette to the fluid contained in test tube. The cap comprises an annular flange part for sealing the test tube and the sloping part of the truncated cone for facilitated directing the pipette into the test tube. The part of the tubular sealing, connected to the flange part and the part of the truncated cone is made so that it surrounds the part of a truncated cone and with ease of inserting it tightly engages the inner wall of the test tube. The part of the central valve connected to the part of the truncated cone at its upper surface is surrounded by a gutter for puncturing by the pipette and has a flexible part. The part of the central valve is separated along the perimetre of the gutter, but over the flexible part it pivotally leans back on the gutter and is not separated. The diameter ratio of the pipette and the part of the central valve is such that during transfer of fluid contained in test tube there are no problems connected to the backpressure and vacuum conditions.

EFFECT: improved performance characteristics.

18 cl, 14 dwg

Keg stopper // 2468975

FIELD: transport, package.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to stopper for keg 1 for drinks with, in fact, cylindrical neck 2 and stopper plug 3. Keg neck 2 has inner retainer circular ledge while stopper plug 3 incorporates insert web with thrust ledge 6 arranged at its end. Said ledge 6 interacts with ledge 4 so that, in fitting plug 3, ledge 6 displaces over ledge 4 thanks to its taper cross-section. Note that after fitting the plug in, ledge 6 grips ledge 4 on its circular surface 7.

EFFECT: simplified and reliable design.

8 cl, 5 dwg

FIELD: transport, package.

SUBSTANCE: proposed plug two types of cork material mix strongly chemically bonded and produced from two types of granular material with different distribution in sizes at the following percentage: a) from 10 to 90% of cork material mix produced from granules 1 with granule size of 2 to 10 mm; b) from 90 to 10% of cork material mix 2 made from granules 2 with granule sizes of 0.25 to 4 mm. Note here that total surface between two said mixes is irregular because of mutual penetration while mix 2 stays in contact with wine. Invention covers also the method of fabrication of described corks.

EFFECT: cork made up of two parts reliably glued together.

39 cl, 3 dwg, 3 tbl, 2 ex

FIELD: transport, package.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to food packages. Proposed container comprises body, neck, cover coupled with neck, opening indicator arranged in said neck to interact with cover. Said cover has recess to house opening indicator interacting with neck. Cover and indicator mat displace relative to each other. Back travel limiter is arranged there between. Opening indicator allows applying data signs. Opening indicator center part is made up of guide elements interacting with cover while its bottom part interact with container neck.

EFFECT: better protection against unauthorised opening and recapping.

23 cl, 6 dwg

FIELD: transport, package.

SUBSTANCE: proposed device comprises cork with tear-off strip and is provided with ring fixed relative to said cork and jointed with said tear-off strip and provided with clamp to lock it relative to bottle neck. Invention comprises corking device version.

EFFECT: new design, ease of manufacture, higher reliability.

9 cl, 4 dwg

Closure for vessel // 2245829

FIELD: mechanical engineering; stopping and sealing facilities.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to stopping devices for vessels in which pressure does not exceeds atmospheric pressure. Proposed closure for vessels has plug with upper limiting flange and made in form of space, radial channel, elastic material valve and lower flange made in form of coaxial disks with ring-shaped valve made of elastic material placed in between.

EFFECT: improved convenience in use.

3 cl, 8 dwg

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