Global Patent Index - EP 1799579 A1

EP 1799579 A1 20070627 - PEELABLE CHILD-RESISTANT PACKAGING FOR WAFER PHARMACEUTICAL FORMS

Title (en)

PEELABLE CHILD-RESISTANT PACKAGING FOR WAFER PHARMACEUTICAL FORMS

Title (de)

PEELFÄHIGE, KINDERSICHERE VERPACKUNG FÜR FILMFÖRMIGE ARZNEIFORMEN

Title (fr)

EMBALLAGE PELABLE, A L'EPREUVE DES ENFANTS, POUR FORMES PHARMACEUTIQUES PELLICULAIRES

Publication

EP 1799579 A1 20070627 (DE)

Application

EP 05787419 A 20050910

Priority

  • EP 2005009746 W 20050910
  • DE 102004047447 A 20040930

Abstract (en)

[origin: WO2006037424A1] The invention relates to a packaging for planar flexible objects, in particular, for oblate or wafer pharmaceutical forms, comprising a support layer (6) and a cover layer (7), detachably connected to the above. Said packaging (10) comprises a first planar region (1), in which the support layer (6) is not connected to the cover layer (7) and which is completely surrounded by a boundary region (3), in which the support layer (6) is detachably connected to the cover layer (7), whereupon an all-round sealed cavity (5), for housing said object (4), is formed. The packaging (10) comprises a second planar region (2), in which the support layer (6) is not connected to the cover layer (7), at least one perforation line (8, 8') is provided, at least partly running within the second planar region (2), whereby the perforation is introduced both into the support layer (6) and also the cover layer (7). The separation of the perforation (8, 8') generates a free edge (12) of the cover layer (7) which acts as a manipulation aid and permits the manual separation of the cover layer (7) from the support layer (6).

IPC 8 full level

B65D 50/06 (2006.01); B65D 75/36 (2006.01)

CPC (source: EP KR US)

B65D 50/06 (2013.01 - EP KR US); B65D 75/36 (2013.01 - KR); B65D 75/5805 (2013.01 - EP US); B65D 2215/04 (2013.01 - EP US); B65D 2575/362 (2013.01 - EP US)

Designated contracting state (EPC)

AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC NL PL PT RO SE SI SK TR

DOCDB simple family (publication)

DE 102004047447 A1 20060413; DE 102004047447 B4 20080103; AR 051453 A1 20070117; AU 2005291575 A1 20060413; AU 2005291575 B2 20110224; BR PI0516296 A 20080902; CA 2580519 A1 20060413; CA 2580519 C 20121218; CN 101076480 A 20071121; EP 1799579 A1 20070627; EP 1799579 B1 20121031; ES 2395432 T3 20130212; HK 1100917 A1 20071005; IL 182205 D0 20070724; JP 2008514516 A 20080508; JP 4705641 B2 20110622; KR 101136469 B1 20120419; KR 20070083886 A 20070824; MX 2007003696 A 20070523; NZ 554122 A 20091127; PL 1799579 T3 20130329; RU 2007113626 A 20081027; RU 2363632 C2 20090810; TW 200619100 A 20060616; TW I313247 B 20090811; US 2008190809 A1 20080814; US 8051983 B2 20111108; WO 2006037424 A1 20060413; ZA 200701965 B 20080430

DOCDB simple family (application)

DE 102004047447 A 20040930; AR P050104133 A 20050930; AU 2005291575 A 20050910; BR PI0516296 A 20050910; CA 2580519 A 20050910; CN 200580032767 A 20050910; EP 05787419 A 20050910; EP 2005009746 W 20050910; ES 05787419 T 20050910; HK 07107173 A 20070705; IL 18220507 A 20070326; JP 2007533894 A 20050910; KR 20077009926 A 20050910; MX 2007003696 A 20050910; NZ 55412205 A 20050910; PL 05787419 T 20050910; RU 2007113626 A 20050910; TW 94132625 A 20050921; US 66408305 A 20050910; ZA 200701965 A 20070306