(19)
(11)EP 2 612 824 B1

(12)EUROPEAN PATENT SPECIFICATION

(45)Mention of the grant of the patent:
20.05.2020 Bulletin 2020/21

(21)Application number: 11821344.6

(22)Date of filing:  01.09.2011
(51)Int. Cl.: 
B65D 65/40  (2006.01)
B65D 83/04  (2006.01)
B32B 15/085  (2006.01)
B32B 27/32  (2006.01)
B32B 27/40  (2006.01)
B65D 75/34  (2006.01)
B32B 7/12  (2006.01)
B32B 27/08  (2006.01)
B32B 27/34  (2006.01)
B32B 27/18  (2006.01)
(86)International application number:
PCT/JP2011/004919
(87)International publication number:
WO 2012/029323 (08.03.2012 Gazette  2012/10)

(54)

LAMINATE, PACKAGING CONTAINER, AND PACKAGING BODY

LAMINAT, VERPACKUNGSBEHÄLTER UND VERPACKUNGSKÖRPER

STRATIFIÉ, RÉCIPIENT D'EMBALLAGE ET CORPS D'EMBALLAGE


(84)Designated Contracting States:
AL AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC MK MT NL NO PL PT RO RS SE SI SK SM TR

(30)Priority: 01.09.2010 JP 2010196177

(43)Date of publication of application:
10.07.2013 Bulletin 2013/28

(73)Proprietor: Kyodo Printing Co., Ltd.
Tokyo 112-8501 (JP)

(72)Inventors:
  • KOIZUMI, Shinichi
    Tokyo 112-8501 (JP)
  • YAMAMOTO, Hikaru
    Tokyo 112-8501 (JP)
  • OGAWA, Tatsuya
    Tokyo 112-8501 (JP)

(74)Representative: Isarpatent 
Patent- und Rechtsanwälte Behnisch Barth Charles Hassa Peckmann & Partner mbB Friedrichstrasse 31
80801 München
80801 München (DE)


(56)References cited: : 
WO-A1-2006/115264
JP-A- 2008 207 818
JP-B2- 3 983 131
US-A1- 2009 294 319
JP-A- 2008 155 593
JP-A- 2008 207 818
US-A1- 2003 203 141
  
      
    Note: Within nine months from the publication of the mention of the grant of the European patent, any person may give notice to the European Patent Office of opposition to the European patent granted. Notice of opposition shall be filed in a written reasoned statement. It shall not be deemed to have been filed until the opposition fee has been paid. (Art. 99(1) European Patent Convention).


    Description

    Technical Field



    [0001] The present invention relates to a laminated sheet having a plurality of layers laminated therein, a container using the laminated sheet, and a package.

    Background Art



    [0002] A laminated sheet of this type is used for a container (a pocket product, a cover) of a medicine, for example.

    [0003] Medicines are taken or applied for treating a disease or an injury or for maintaining and promoting the health.

    [0004] Here, a powder medicine is enclosed in a thin paper bag, a thin film bag. On the other hand, a granular or capsule-shape medicine is sometimes put into production as a blister package called a PTP (Press Through Package).

    [0005] The blister package has a granular or capsule-shaped medicine held therein. The medicine inside can be visually confirmed from the outside through a transparent container. Then, the medicine, together with the transparent container, is pressed toward a cover side with fingers and thereby an aluminum base material as a cover is torn to then make it possible to take the inside medicine out of the blister package.

    [0006] Here, there are several types of medicines, in which a medicine having low moisture resistance and a medicine having a strong smell are also included. Thus, an adsorbing layer having an adsorbent is sometimes disposed inside the container (laminated sheet) (see, for example, International Publication No. WO2006/115264).

    [0007] According to this technology, even if it does not enclose a drier inside a blister package by giving an adsorption function to the container of a blister package, it is thought that a dry state can be maintained, oxidization can be prevented, or a bad smell can be absorbed efficiently.

    [0008] Further, in the medicines, there are also included medicines vulnerable to moisture and ultraviolet light from the outside. In such a case, the container is sometimes made opaque (see, for example, Japanese Patent No. 3983131).

    [0009] The aluminum layer is formed in the inside of a container, the transparency of a container is lost and it becomes impossible to sight the medicine of that inside with this technology, but barrier property (airtightness) can be improved.

    [0010] Inventors note the point which can maintain a dry state, can prevent oxidization, or can absorb a bad smell efficiently by giving an absorption function to a container as shown, for example in the specification of the International Publication No. WO 2006/115264.

    [0011] On the other hand, inventors note the point that can improve barrier property to a container by forming an aluminum layer as shown in the Japanese Patent No. 3983131.

    [0012] However, in an embodiment in which these two techniques are simply combined, namely in an embodiment in which a barrier layer, an adhesive layer, an aluminum layer, an adhesive layer, and an adsorbing layer are laminated in order from above, there are problems that when the laminated sheet is formed into a dome shape to make the container (a cavity or a recession is formed), a ceiling portion of the container is torn through and a skirt portion of the container and a shoulder portion of a pocket (a corner portion of a projection-shaped portion) are torn.

    [0013] From the above background, there is desired a technique that is capable of exhibiting the barrier property while maintaining absorbability and further in which part of the container (laminated sheet) is not torn through at the time of forming and an end portion of the container (laminated sheet) is not torn.

    SUMMARY OF INVENTION



    [0014] The invention to be disclosed herein is a laminated sheet having a plurality of layers laminated therein, the laminated sheet characterized by comprising: an absorbing layer absorbing at least one of liquid and gas; a reinforcing layer laminated on said absorbing layer with an adhesive layer interposed there between, wherein the reinforcing layer is formed of one selected from a group consisting of biaxially-oriented poly-amide, polyethylene terephthalate, and polyvinyl chloride; an aluminum layer laminated on said reinforcing layer with an adhesive layer interposed there between; and a liquid- and/or gas-barrier layer laminated on said aluminum layer with an adhesive layer interposed there between and suppressing entry- of at least one of liquid and gas. wherein the liquid- and/or gas-barrier layer is formed of biaxially-oriented poly-amide or polyethylene terephthalate. and wherein the reinforcing layer is disposed between the absorbing layer and the aluminum layer, which improves the entire strength of the laminated sheet.

    [0015] The laminated sheet of first invention, the absorbing layer, the adhesive layer, the reinforcing layer, the adhesive layer, the aluminum layer, the adhesive layer, and the barrier layer are laminated in order from below.

    [0016]  The laminated sheet is pressed toward the barrier layer side from the absorbing layer side to be formed into a dome shape, and thereby the dome-shape container (laminated sheet) in which the barrier layer becomes an outermost layer and the absorbing layer becomes an innermost layer is completed.

    [0017] In this case, in the absorbing layer as the innermost layer, the function of absorbing liquid and gas is exhibited, and in the two layers of the barrier layer as the outermost layer and the aluminum layer, the barrier property (airtightness) is improved.

    [0018] Furthermore, in the laminated sheet, the reinforcing layer is formed between the absorbing layer and the aluminum layer, so that this reinforcing layer makes it possible to improve the entire strength of the laminated sheet or container and to solve the problems that the ceiling portion of the laminated sheet is torn through at the time of forming and the end portion of the skirt portion and the shoulder portion of the pocket are torn.

    [0019] The reinforcing layer is preferably formed of one selected from a group consisting of biaxially-oriented polyamide, polyethylene terephthalate, and polyvinyl chloride.

    [0020] As above, the material of the reinforcing layer is appropriately selected, thereby making it possible to provide the high-strength and easily-formed laminated sheet.

    [0021] The reinforcing layer and the barrier layer are preferably formed of biaxially-oriented polyamide.

    [0022] As above, the reinforcing layer and the barrier layer are formed of biaxially-oriented polyamide, thereby making it possible to provide the high-strength and easily-formed laminated sheet.

    [0023] The reinforcing layer is preferably formed of polyethylene terephthalate or polyvinyl chloride, and the barrier layer is preferably formed of biaxially-oriented polyamide.

    [0024] As above, the reinforcing layer is formed of polyethylene terephthalate and the barrier layer is formed of biaxially-oriented polyamide, thereby making it possible to provide the high-strength and easily-formed laminated sheet.

    [0025] The reinforcing layer is preferably formed of biaxially-oriented polyamide, and the barrier layer is preferably formed of polyethylene terephthalate.

    [0026] As above, the reinforcing layer is formed of biaxially-oriented polyamide and the barrier layer is formed of polyethylene terephthalate, thereby making it possible to provide the high-strength and easily-formed laminated sheet.

    [0027] The reinforcing layer and the barrier layer are preferably formed of polyethylene terephthalate.

    [0028] As above, the reinforcing layer and the barrier layer are formed of polyethylene terephthalate, thereby making it possible to provide the high-strength and easily-formed laminated sheet.

    [0029] As explained above, the combination of the reinforcing layer and the barrier layer is changed appropriately, thereby making it possible to provide the various and more practical laminated sheets or containers.

    [0030] As for the reinforcing layer, with regard to a direction transverse to a drawn direction, a tensile fracture strength PTD preferably falls within a range of equal to or more than 55 MPa and less than 360 MPa and a tensile fracture elongation LTD preferably falls within a range of more than 45% and less than 430%.

    [0031] The tensile fracture strength PTD and the tensile fracture elongation LTD of the reinforcing layer are set to fall within such ranges, and thereby the ceiling portion of the laminated sheet is not torn through at the time of forming and the end portion of the skirt portion and the shoulder portion of the pocket are not torn, resulting in that the forming can be performed well.

    [0032]  On the other hand, when all the following conditions are fulfilled, the ceiling portion of the container (laminated sheet) is torn through at the time of forming and the end portion of the skirt portion and the shoulder portion of the pocket are torn, resulting in that the films fall within a range where the forming is impossible.
    1. (1) The tensile fracture strength PTD is set to fall within a range of less than 55 MPa or equal to or more than 360 MPa.
    2. (2) The tensile fracture elongation LTD is set to fall within a range of equal to or less than 45 % or equal to or more than 430 %.


    [0033] As above, the tensile fracture strength and the tensile fracture elongation of the material used for the reinforcing layer are defined to fall within the proper ranges, thereby making it possible to improve a reinforcing effect of the reinforcing layer.

    [0034] The invention further to be disclosed herein is a container. This container is using above-described laminated sheet. This container includes: an absorbing layer absorbing at least one of liquid and gas; a reinforcing layer laminated on the absorbing layer with an adhesive layer interposed therebetween; an aluminum layer laminated on the reinforcing layer with an adhesive layer interposed therebetween; and a barrier layer laminated on the aluminum layer with an adhesive layer interposed therebetween and suppressing entry of at least one of liquid and gas.

    [0035] According to the container of the second invention, the container can obtain the effect of the above-described laminated sheet.

    [0036] The invention further to be disclosed herein is a package holding therein a solid preparation (from which one containing solifenacin succinate or 1-{[(alpha-isobutanoyloxyethoxy)carbonyl]aminomethyl}-1-cyclohexaneacetic acid is excluded). This package includes: a container having a recessed holding space holding the solid preparation therein formed therein; and a cover covering the holding space and provided with airtightness, said container is a laminated sheet comprising: an absorbing layer absorbing at least one of liquid and gas; a reinforcing layer laminated on said absorbing layer with an adhesive layer interposed therebetween; an aluminum layer laminated on said reinforcing layer with an adhesive layer interposed therebetween; and a barrier layer laminated on said aluminum layer with an adhesive layer interposed therebetween and suppressing entry of at least one of liquid and gas, said absorbing layer is disposed on a side of said solid preparation, and laminated on said reinforcing layer.

    [0037] According to the package of the third invention, the package can obtain the effect of the above-described laminated sheet.

    [0038] These invention can maintain the absorbability by the absorbing layer, and can secure the barrier property by the barrier layer and the aluminum layer. Further, the laminated sheet (the container) can be formed in a manner to increase the entire strength by the reinforcing layer formed between the absorbing layer and the aluminum layer.

    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS



    [0039] 

    Fig. 1 is a schematic cross-sectional view showing a blister package according to one embodiment;

    Fig. 2 is a view explaining a laminated structure of a container 40;

    Fig. 3 is a chart showing a list of films to be used for each of materials of examples and comparative examples;

    Fig. 4 is a chart showing the respective materials and values of thickness of the example;

    Fig. 5 is a chart showing the respective materials and values of thickness of the comparative example; and

    Fig. 6 is a diagram showing, of the respective films shown in Fig. 3, physical property values in a TD direction, and is a diagram showing, of the respective films, physical property values in a direction transverse to (vertical to) a drawn direction (TD).


    Description of Embodiment



    [0040] Hereinafter, embodiments of a laminated sheet, a container, and a package will be explained.

    [0041] Fig. 1 is a schematic cross-sectional view showing a blister package according to one embodiment.

    [0042] A blister package 10 is cited as one example of the package, and has a solid preparation 20 such as a granular or capsule-shaped medicine held therein.

    [0043] The solid preparation 20 is a content of a granular or capsule-shaped medicine. With respect to the solid preparation 20, a desired material or one in which desired materials are combined appropriately can be applied. However, from the solid preparation 20, one containing solifenacin succinate or 1-{[(alpha-isobutanoyloxyethoxy)carbonyl]aminomethyl}-1-cyclohexaneacetic acid is excluded.

    [0044] The blister package 10 includes a cover 30 to be a base. The cover 30 is a member covering the solid preparation 20 and provided with airtightness. For the cover 30, PVC (PolyVinyl Chloride), EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate) coat AL (aluminum), can be used.

    [0045] Further, the blister package 10 includes a container 40. The container 40 is that the laminated sheet having a plurality of layers laminated therein is formed into a dome shape in a forming machine. The container 40 encloses and protects the inside solid preparation 20. In the container 40, a recessed holding space holding the solid preparation 20 therein is formed. As a forming method in which the container 40 is formed into a dome shape (a method of forming the recessed holding space), PTP forming methods such as a flat-plate type air-pressure forming method, a plug-assist air-pressure forming method, a drum type vacuum forming method, and a plug forming method can be cited. The cover 30 and the container 40 can be bonded in a manner that their inner surfaces are overlapped each other to be heat sealed. In the case when adhesiveness is low even though the above is applied, on either the cover 30 or the container 40, an adhesive layer or a heat sealing resin layer may also be further formed. Then, the solid preparation 20 inside the blister package 10 is pressed toward the cover 30 side from the container 40 side with fingers and the like, and thereby the cover 30 is torn, and then the solid preparation 20 can be taken out.

    [0046] Next, there will be explained a laminated structure of the container 40 (laminated sheet).

    [0047] Fig. 2 is a view explaining the laminated structure of the container 40. The container 40 includes an absorbing film (absorbing layer) 50 in a lowermost layer.

    [0048] The absorbing film 50 is a film having a three-layer structure, and has a main absorbing layer 51 mainly playing a role of absorbing moisture and smell and skin layers 52 protecting the main absorbing layer 51. Note that an absorption function may also be provided in the skin layers 52.

    [0049] The absorbing film 50 is disposed on the side where the solid preparation 20 (see Fig. 1) is held. A reinforcing layer 70 is laminated on the absorbing film 50 with an adhesive layer 60 interposed therebetween.

    [0050] In this embodiment, for the main absorbing layer 51, one having as an absorbent, zeolite added to LDPE (Low-Density Polyethylene) is used. Further, for the skin layers 52, LLDPE (Linear Low-Density Polyethylene) is used. The thickness of the absorbing film 50 is 30 to 200 micrometers or so, for example. Incidentally, the absorbing film 50 does not need to have the three-layer structure, and may also have a layer constitution of one layer, two layers, or four layers or more, and the use materials are also not limited to them.

    [0051] The resin and the absorbent are formed into a film shape or a sheet shape by an inflation method, a T-die method, coextrusion, which is preferably used for the absorbing film 50.

    [0052] As the materials of the resins composing the main absorbing layer 51 and the skin layers 52, there can be used at least one type selected from LDPE (Low-Density Polyethylene), LLDPE (Liner Low-Density Polyethylene), PP (Polypropylene), chlorinated polypropylene, saturated polyester, EAA (Ethylene-Acrylic Acid copolymer), EMAA (Ethylene-Methacrylic Acid copolymer), EEA (Ethylene-Ethyl Acrylate copolymer), EMA (Ethylene-Methyl Acrylate copolymer), ionomer, carboxylic acid modified polyethylene, carboxylic acid modified polypropylene, carboxylic acid modified EVA, PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride), polystyrene, and so on, or a mixture of them can also be used. The resin composing the main absorbing layer 51 and the resin composing the skin layers 52 may be the same resin, or may also be the different resins.

    [0053] Further, as the material of the absorbent composing the absorbing film 50, zeolite (natural zeolite, artificial zeolite, synthetic zeolite), a chemical absorbent such as calcium oxide or magnesium sulfide, a deoxidant such as oxygen-deficient cerium oxide, or the like can be used. Zeolite contains a molecular sieve, and the effective pore diameter of the molecular sieve is preferably 3 to 10 angstrom or so (0.3 to 1.0 nm or so). The effective pore diameter of the molecular sieve is selected according to the size of an object to absorb.

    [0054] Further, the effective pore diameter of the above-described zeolite is preferably 3 angstrom or more (0.3 nm or more).

    [0055] Zeolite can absorb moisture quickly due to its absorption speed being fast. The molecular sieve being one example of zeolite is a porous particulate material used for separating substances according to the difference in size of molecules, has a structure with uniform pores, and has a sieve effect of a king by absorbing small molecules coming into cavities of pores.

    [0056] Further, the container 40 includes the reinforcing layer 70 laminated on the absorbing film 50 with the adhesive layer 60 interposed therebetween.

    [0057] The reinforcing layer 70 is a layer for improving the strength of the entire container 40, for which, for example, biaxially-oriented polyamide, PET (polyethylene terephthalate), or PVC can be used. The thickness of the reinforcing layer 70 is 15 to 60 micrometers or so, for example. Note that a plurality of layers of the reinforcing layers 70 can be provided as long as the reinforcing layer 70 has its thickness falling within an allowable range.

    [0058] Further, the container 40 includes an aluminum layer 80 laminated on the reinforcing layer 70 with an adhesive layer 60 interposed therebetween.

    [0059] The aluminum layer 80 is a layer for improving a barrier property of the solid preparation 20 such as a medicine, for which, for example, alloyed aluminum foil can be used. The thickness of the aluminum layer 80 is 16 to 60 micrometers or so, for example.

    [0060] Further, the container 40 includes a barrier layer 90 laminated on the aluminum layer 80 with an adhesive layer 60 interposed therebetween.

    [0061] The barrier layer 90 is a layer for improving the barrier property together with the aluminum layer 80 laminated below, for which, for example, biaxially-oriented polyamide or PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) can be used. The barrier layer 90 is a layer performing the function of suppressing entry of liquid and gas. The thickness of the barrier layer 90 is 5 to 30 micrometers or so, for example.

    [0062] The adhesive layer 60 plays a role of bonding each of the layers, for which, for example, a urethane-based adhesive and the like can be used.

    [0063] Then, both end portions of this container 40 are fixed and a center portion of the container 40 is pressed toward the barrier layer 90 side from the absorbing film 50 side, and the container 40 is formed into a dome shape, and thereby the dome-shape container 40 (see Fig. 1) in which the barrier layer 90 becomes an outermost layer and the absorbing film 50 becomes an innermost layer is completed.

    [0064] Next, the invention will be explained by citing concrete examples.

    [0065] Fig. 3 is a chart showing a list of films to be used for each of materials of the examples and comparative examples.

    [0066] Details of the respective films are as follows.

    [First film]



    [0067] 
    1. (1) Film type: OPP (Biaxially-Oriented Polypropylene)
    2. (2) Thickness: 40 micrometers
    3. (3) Trade name: Pylen-OT P2002 (manufactured by TOYOBO CO., LTD.; registered trademark of Japan)
    4. (4) Tensile fracture strength PMD: 140 MPa
    5. (5) Tensile fracture strength PTD: 360 MPa
    6. (6) Tensile fracture elongation LMD: 220%
    7. (7) Tensile fracture elongation LTD: 40%


    [0068] Here, MD means a drawn direction and TD means a direction transverse to the drawn direction.

    [Second film]



    [0069] 
    1. (1) Film type: PET
    2. (2) Thickness: 25 micrometers
    3. (3) Trade name: Teflex-FT3PE (manufactured by Teijin DuPont Films Japan Limited; registered trademark of Japan)
    4. (4) Tensile fracture strength PMD: 160 MPa
    5. (5) Tensile fracture strength PTD: 170 MPa
    6. (6) Tensile fracture elongation LMD: 220%
    7. (7) Tensile fracture elongation LTD: 210%

    [Third film]



    [0070] 
    1. (1) Film type: PET
    2. (2) Thickness: 12 micrometers or 25 micrometers
    3. (3) Trade name: E5100 (manufactured by TOYOBO CO., LTD.; TOYOBO ESTER FILM E5100 type; registered trademark of Japan)
    4. (4) Tensile fracture strength PMD: 230 MPa
    5. (5) Tensile fracture strength PTD: 240 MPa
    6. (6) Tensile fracture elongation LMD: 100%
    7. (7) Tensile fracture elongation LTD: 90%

    [Fourth film]



    [0071] 
    1. (1) Film type: cast polyamide
    2. (2) Thickness: 25 micrometers
    3. (3) Trade name: Diamiron-C-Z (manufactured by Mitsubishi Plastics, Inc.; registered trademark of Japan)
    4. (4) Tensile fracture strength PMD: 150 MPa
    5. (5) Tensile fracture strength PTD: 140 MPa
    6. (6) Tensile fracture elongation LMD: 410%
    7. (7) Tensile fracture elongation LTD: 430%

    [Fifth film]



    [0072] 
    1. (1) Film type: biaxially-oriented polyamide
    2. (2) Thickness: 15 micrometers or 25 micrometers
    3. (3) Trade name: Bonyl-W (manufactured by KOHJIN Co., Ltd.; registered trademark of Japan)
    4. (4) Tensile fracture strength PMD: 260 MPa
    5. (5) Tensile fracture strength PTD: 270 MPa
    6. (6) Tensile fracture elongation LMD: 120%
    7. (7) Tensile fracture elongation LTD: 110%

    [Sixth film]



    [0073] 
    1. (1) Film type: biaxially-oriented polyamide
    2. (2) Thickness: 15 micrometers
    3. (3) Trade name: Harden-N2102 (manufactured by TOYOBO CO., LTD.; registered trademark of Japan)
    4. (4) Tensile fracture strength PMD: 220 MPa
    5. (5) Tensile fracture strength PTD: 290 MPa
    6. (6) Tensile fracture elongation LMD: 110%
    7. (7) Tensile fracture elongation LTD: 65%

    [Seventh film]



    [0074] 
    1. (1) Film type: PVC
    2. (2) Thickness: 60 micrometers
    3. (3) Trade name: Vinyfoil-C-455 (manufactured by Mitsubishi Plastics, Inc.; registered trademark of Japan)
    4. (4) Tensile fracture strength PMD: 85 MPa
    5. (5) Tensile fracture strength PTD: 55 MPa
    6. (6) Tensile fracture elongation LMD: 140%
    7. (7) Tensile fracture elongation LTD: 170%

    [Eighth film]



    [0075] 
    1. (1) Film type: OPP
    2. (2) Thickness: 20 micrometers
    3. (3) Trade name: U-1 (manufactured by Mitsui Chemicals Tohcello, Inc.)
    4. (4) Tensile fracture strength PMD: 130 MPa
    5. (5) Tensile fracture strength PTD: 265 MPa
    6. (6) Tensile fracture elongation LMD: 160%
    7. (7) Tensile fracture elongation LTD: 45%

    [Ninth film]



    [0076] 
    1. (1) Film type: CPP (Cast Polypropylene)
    2. (2) Thickness: 25 micrometers
    3. (3) Trade name: Pylen-CT P1128 (manufactured by TOYOBO CO., LTD.; registered trademark of Japan)
    4. (4) Tensile fracture strength PMD: 54 MPa
    5. (5) Tensile fracture strength PTD: 34 MPa
    6. (6) Tensile fracture elongation LMD: 390%
    7. (7) Tensile fracture elongation LTD: 560%


    [0077] Next, the invention will be explained by citing concrete examples of which these films are combined to form a laminated sheet (container).

    [0078] Fig. 4 is a chart showing the material and the value of thickness of each of the layers in the example.

    [Example 1]



    [0079] 
    1. (1) Barrier layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 15 µm, (which uses the fifth film in Fig. 3)
    2. (2) Aluminum layer: aluminum having a thickness of 40 micrometers (AL)
    3. (3) Reinforcing layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 15 micrometers, (which uses the fifth film in Fig. 3)
    4. (4) Absorbing layer: a film absorbing moisture having a thickness of 50 micrometers, (which is the above-described absorbing film 50, and the layer is constituted by the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers), the layer of zeolite 4A being added to LDPE (thickness; 30 micrometers), and the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers) in order from below.)

    [Example 2]



    [0080] 
    1. (1) Barrier layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 15 micrometers, (which uses the fifth film in Fig. 3)
    2. (2) Aluminum layer: aluminum having a thickness of 40 micrometers (AL)
    3. (3) Reinforcing layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 25 micrometers, (which uses the fifth film in Fig. 3)
    4. (4) Absorbing layer: a film absorbing moisture having a thickness of 50 micrometers, (which is the above-described absorbing film 50, and the layer is constituted by the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers), the layer of zeolite 4A being added to LDPE (thickness; 30 micrometers), and the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers) in order from below.)

    [Example 3]



    [0081] 
    1. (1) Barrier layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 15 micrometers, (which uses the fifth film in Fig. 3)
    2. (2) Aluminum layer: aluminum having a thickness of 40 micrometers (AL)
    3. (3) Reinforcing layer: PET having a thickness of 25 micrometers, (which uses the second film in Fig. 3)
    4. (4) Absorbing layer: a film absorbing moisture having a thickness of 50 micrometers, (which is the above-described absorbing film 50, and the layer is constituted by the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers), the layer of zeolite 4A being added to LDPE (thickness; 30 micrometers), and the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers) in order from below.)

    [Example 4]



    [0082] 
    1. (1) Barrier layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 15 micrometers, (which uses the fifth film in Fig. 3)
    2. (2) Aluminum layer: aluminum having a thickness of 40 micrometers (AL)
    3. (3) Reinforcing layer: PVC having a thickness of 60 micrometers, (which uses the seventh film in Fig. 3)
    4. (4) Absorbing layer: a film absorbing moisture having a thickness of 50 micrometers, (which is the above-described absorbing film 50, and the layer is constituted by the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers), the layer of zeolite 4A being added to LDPE (thickness; 30 micrometers), and the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers) in order from below.)

    [Example 5]



    [0083] 
    1. (1) Barrier layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 25 micrometers, (which uses the fifth film in Fig. 3)
    2. (2) Aluminum layer: aluminum having a thickness of 40 micrometers (AL)
    3. (3) Reinforcing layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 25 micrometers, (which uses the fifth film in Fig. 3)
    4. (4) Absorbing layer: a film absorbing moisture having a thickness of 50 micrometers, (which is the above-described absorbing film 50, and the layer is constituted by the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers), the layer of zeolite 4A being added to LDPE (thickness; 30 micrometers), and the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers) in order from below.)

    [Example 6]



    [0084] 
    1. (1) Barrier layer: PET having a thickness of 12 micrometers, (which uses the third film in Fig. 3)
    2. (2) Aluminum layer: aluminum having a thickness of 40 micrometers (AL)
    3. (3) Reinforcing layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 15 micrometers, (which uses the fifth film in Fig. 3)
    4. (4) Absorbing layer: a film absorbing moisture having a thickness of 50 micrometers, (which is the above-described absorbing film 50, and the layer is constituted by the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers), the layer of zeolite 4A being added to LDPE (thickness; 30 micrometers), and the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers) in order from below.)

    [Example 7]



    [0085] 
    1. (1) Barrier layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 15 micrometers, (which uses the sixth film in Fig. 3)
    2. (2) Aluminum layer: aluminum having a thickness of 40 micrometers (AL)
    3. (3) Reinforcing layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 15 micrometers, (which uses the sixth film in Fig. 3)
    4. (4) Absorbing layer: a film absorbing moisture having a thickness of 50 micrometers, (which is the above-described absorbing film 50, and the layer is constituted by the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers), the layer of zeolite 4A being added to LDPE (thickness; 30 micrometers), and the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers) in order from below.)

    [Example 8]



    [0086] 
    1. (1) Barrier layer: PET having a thickness of 25 micrometers, (which uses the second film in Fig. 3)
    2. (2) Aluminum layer: aluminum having a thickness of 40 micrometers (AL)
    3. (3) Reinforcing layer: PET having a thickness of 25 micrometers, (which uses the second film in Fig. 3)
    4. (4) Absorbing layer: a film absorbing moisture having a thickness of 50 micrometers, (which is the above-described absorbing film 50, and the layer is constituted by the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers), the layer of zeolite 4A being added to LDPE (thickness; 30 micrometers), and the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers) in order from below.)


    [0087] Fig. 5 is a chart showing the material and the value of thickness of each of the layers in the comparative example.

    [0088] The following are details of the comparative examples. In the comparative example, an alternative layer is used in place of the reinforcing layer. Here, the alternative layer is a layer different in concept from the reinforcing layer in the example, is an alternative to the reinforcing layer in the example, and is a layer used in place of the reinforcing layer in order only to compare with each of the above-described examples. Further, the disclosed invention is not limited to the respective examples described above and the comparative examples, and the contents of the comparative examples are also not excluded from the invention.

    [Comparative example 1]



    [0089] 
    1. (1) Barrier layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 15 micrometers, (which uses the fifth film in Fig. 3)
    2. (2) Aluminum layer: aluminum having a thickness of 40 micrometers (AL)
    3. (3) Alternative layer: OPP having a thickness of 40 micrometers, (which uses the first film in Fig. 3)
    4. (4) Absorbing layer: a film absorbing moisture having a thickness of 50 micrometers, (which is the above-described absorbing film 50, and the layer is constituted by the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers), the layer of zeolite 4A being added to LDPE (thickness; 30 micrometers), and the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers) in order from below.)

    [Comparative example 2]



    [0090] 
    1. (1) Barrier layer: cast polyamide having a thickness of 25 micrometers, (which uses the fourth film in Fig. 3)
    2. (2) Aluminum layer: aluminum having a thickness of 40 micrometers (AL)
    3. (3) Alternative layer: cast polyamide having a thickness of 25 micrometers, (which uses the fourth film in Fig. 3)
    4. (4) Absorbing layer: a film absorbing moisture having a thickness of 50 micrometers, (which is the above-described absorbing film 50, and the layer is constituted by the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers), the layer of zeolite 4A being added to LDPE (thickness; 30 micrometers), and the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers) in order from below.)

    [Comparative example 3]



    [0091] 
    1. (1) Barrier layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 15 micrometers, (which uses the fifth film in Fig. 3)
    2. (2) Aluminum layer: aluminum having a thickness of 40 micrometers (AL)
    3. (3) Alternative layer: OPP having a thickness of 20 micrometers, (which uses the eighth film in Fig. 3)
    4. (4) Absorbing layer: a film absorbing moisture having a thickness of 50 micrometers, (which is the above-described absorbing film 50, and the layer is constituted by the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers), the layer of zeolite 4A being added to LDPE (thickness; 30 micrometers), and the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers) in order from below.)

    [Comparative example 4]



    [0092] 
    1. (1) Barrier layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 15 micrometers, (which uses the fifth film in Fig. 3)
    2. (2) Aluminum layer: aluminum having a thickness of 40 micrometers (AL)
    3. (3) Alternative layer: CPP having a thickness of 25 micrometers, (which uses the ninth film in Fig. 3)
    4. (4) Absorbing layer: a film absorbing moisture having a thickness of 50 micrometers, (which is the above-described absorbing film 50, and the layer is constituted by the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers), the layer of zeolite 4A being added to LDPE (thickness; 30 micrometers), and the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers) in order from below.)

    [Conventional example]



    [0093] 
    1. (1) Barrier layer: biaxially-oriented polyamide having a thickness of 15 micrometers, (which uses the fifth film in Fig. 3)
    2. (2) Aluminum layer: aluminum having a thickness of 40 micrometers (AL)
    3. (3) Alternative layer: none (thickness 0 micrometer)
    4. (4) Absorbing layer: a film absorbing moisture having a thickness of 50 micrometers, (which is the above-described absorbing film 50, and the layer is constituted by the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers), the layer of zeolite 4A being added to LDPE (thickness; 30 micrometers), and the layer of LLDPE (thickness; 10 micrometers) in order from below.)

    [Evaluation item]



    [0094] Then, with regard to the examples 1 to 8, comparative examples 1 to 4, and conventional example the state at the time of forming under the following forming condition was evaluated.

    [Forming condition]



    [0095] 
    1. (1) Forming machine: MW-220 continuous forming machine manufactured by Kanae Co., Ltd.
    2. (2) Plug material: PTFE (PolyTetraFluoroEthylene) based resin
    3. (3) Plug diameter: 10 mm
    4. (4) Target depth: 3.3 mm


    [0096] Here, the plug is a bar used for performing extrusion at the time of forming, and the target depth means a value indicating to what extent the container (laminated sheet) is recessed (the depth of the dome shape).

    [Evaluation result]



    [0097] The containers formed into the dome shape were each observed with the naked eyes to be evaluated.

    [0098] As a result, the containers in the examples 1 to 8 were able to be formed without causing cracking, fracture, and so on, particularly any trouble. Therefore, it was found that the combinations of base materials in the examples 1 to 8 are combinations making the forming possible.

    [0099] On the other hand, in the containers in the comparative examples 1 to 4, and conventional example, there occurred problems that a ceiling portion of the container is torn through (a pocket is torn), a skirt portion of the container and a shoulder portion of the pocket are torn, and cracking is caused in the container. Therefore, it was found that the combinations of base materials in the comparative examples 1 to 4, and conventional example are combinations making the forming impossible.

    [0100] From the contrast between these examples and comparative examples, the following matters are obvious.
    1. (1) The reinforcing layer and the barrier layer are formed of biaxially-oriented polyamide, thereby making the forming possible without causing cracking and so on in the container (laminated sheet).
    2. (2) The reinforcing layer is formed of polyethylene terephthalate or polyvinyl chloride and the barrier layer is formed of biaxially-oriented polyamide, thereby making the forming possible without causing cracking and so on in the container (laminated sheet).
    3. (3) The reinforcing layer is formed of biaxially-oriented polyamide and the barrier layer is formed of polyethylene terephthalate, thereby making the forming possible without causing cracking and so on in the container (laminated sheet).
    4. (4) The reinforcing layer and the barrier layer are formed of polyethylene terephthalate, thereby making the forming possible without causing cracking and so on in the container (laminated sheet).


    [0101] Fig. 6 is a diagram showing physical property values, of the respective films shown in Fig. 3, in the TD direction (Transverse Direction).

    [0102] In this diagram, the vertical axis indicates the tensile fracture elongation [%] with regard to the TD direction, and the horizontal axis indicates the tensile fracture strength [MPa] with regard to the TD direction.

    [0103] In this embodiment, the evaluation is performed by using the physical property values, of each of the films, not in the MD direction (Machine Direction) but in the TD direction. This is because the formability of a PTP (Press Through Package) strongly relies on parameters in the TD direction, and has little relevance to parameters in the MD direction. That is, the reinforcing layer (a reinforcing film) is drawn in the MD direction of the film at the time of making the film and is rolled around a roll while being drawn. In the MD direction of the film, the strength is stronger than in the TD direction and is also likely to endure a load of the PTP (Press Through Package) being formed. On the other hand, in the TD direction, various factors such that drawn is made or not depending on the film occur and thus the factors to occur each differ in degree, resulting in that the strength is relatively weak. For this reason, in this embodiment, the evaluation is performed by using the physical property values in the TD direction that are likely to affect the formability of the PTP (Press Through Package).

    [0104] When the tensile fracture elongation (TD) and the tensile fracture strength (TD) of each of the films in Fig. 3 are plotted on the diagram, the state shown in Fig. 6 is made.

    [0105] Then, when in the state where the physical property values of the respective films are plotted, the above-described evaluation results are overlaid, a quadrangle surrounded by a dotted line in Fig. 6 (see an area A2 in the diagram) is led.

    [0106] That is, in the above-described evaluation results, the comparative examples 1 to 4, and conventional example in Fig. 5 are each evaluated that the forming is impossible, in which the first film, the fourth film, the eighth film, and the ninth film in Fig. 3 are used as the alternative layer used in place of the reinforcing layer. Further, in the conventional example, no reinforcing layer is formed.

    [0107] Thus, an area led by the above-described respective examples and respective comparative examples is surrounded by a dotted line of a quadrangle, and the inside area is regarded as a good formability area.

    [0108] From the quadrangular area surrounded by the dotted line, the following matters are obvious.

    [0109] As for the reinforcing layer, with regard to the direction transverse to the drawn direction (TD), the tensile fracture strength PTD is set to fall within a range of equal to or more than 55 MPa and less than 360 MPa and the tensile fracture elongation LTD is set to fall within a range of more than 45% and less than 430%, and thereby the ceiling portion of the container (laminated sheet) is not torn through at the time of forming and an end portion of the skirt portion and the shoulder portion of the pocket are not torn, resulting in that the forming can be performed well. Incidentally, the reason why the lower limit value of the tensile fracture strength PTD is set to 55 MPa is because a base material film for container having a value of the tensile fracture strength PTD being less than 30 MPa does not exist basically except for a special one having limited use. Then, the ninth film (the tensile fracture strength PTD = 34 MPa) is evaluated that the forming is impossible, and thus the value of the tensile fracture strength PTD of the seventh film (55 MPa) is set to the lower limit value of the tensile fracture strength PTD.

    [0110] On the other hand, it was found that if the numerical values of the films fall outside the range of them (outside the range of the area A2), as seen in the comparative examples 1 to 4, and conventional example, the ceiling portion of the container (laminated sheet) is torn through at the time of forming and the end portion of the skirt portion and the shoulder portion of the pocket are torn, resulting in that the films fall within a range where the forming is impossible.


    Claims

    1. A laminated sheet having a plurality of layers laminated therein, the laminated sheet characterized by comprising:

    an absorbing layer (50) absorbing at least one of liquid and gas;

    a reinforcing layer (70) laminated on said absorbing layer (50) with an adhesive layer (60) interposed therebetween, wherein the reinforcing layer (70) is formed of one selected from a group consisting of biaxially-oriented polyamide, polyethylene terephthalate, and polyvinyl chloride;

    an aluminum layer (80) laminated on said reinforcing layer (70) with an adhesive layer (60) interposed therebetween; and

    a liquid- and/or gas-barrier layer (90) laminated on said aluminum layer (80) with an adhesive layer (60) interposed therebetween and suppressing entry of at least one of liquid and gas, wherein the liquid- and/or gas-barrier layer (90) is formed of biaxially-oriented polyamide or polyethylene terephthalate, and

    wherein the reinforcing layer (70) is disposed between the absorbing layer (50) and the aluminum layer (80), which improves the entire strength of the laminated sheet.


     
    2. The laminated sheet according to claim 1, characterized in that
    said reinforcing layer (70) and said barrier layer (90) are formed of biaxially-oriented polyamide.
     
    3. The laminated sheet according to claim 1, characterized in that
    said reinforcing layer (70) is formed of polyethylene terephthalate or polyvinyl chloride, and
    said barrier layer (90) is formed of biaxially-oriented polyamide.
     
    4. The laminated sheet according to claim 1, characterized in that
    said reinforcing layer (70) is formed of biaxially-oriented polyamide, and
    said barrier layer (90) is formed of polyethylene terephthalate.
     
    5. The laminated sheet according to claim 1, characterized in that
    said reinforcing layer (70) and said barrier layer (90) are formed of polyethylene terephthalate.
     
    6. The laminated sheet according to claim 1, characterized in that
    as for said reinforcing layer (70), with regard to a direction transverse to a drawn direction,
    a tensile fracture strength PTD falls within a range of equal to or more than 55 MPa and less than 360 MPa, and
    a tensile fracture elongation LTD falls within a range of more than 45% and less than 430%.
     
    7. A container using the laminated sheet according to any one of claims 1 to 6.
     
    8. A package (10) holding therein a solid preparation (from which one containing solifenacin succinate or 1-{[(alpha-isobutanoyloxyethoxy)carbonyl]aminomethyl}-1-cyclohexaneacetic acid is excluded), the package characterized by comprising:

    a container (40) having a recessed holding space holding the solid preparation therein formed therein;and

    a cover (30) covering the holding space and provided with airtightness,

    said container (40) is a laminated sheet comprising:

    an absorbing layer (50) absorbing at least one of liquid and gas;

    a reinforcing layer (70) laminated on said absorbing layer (50) with an adhesive layer (60) interposed therebetween, wherein the reinforcing layer (70) is formed of one selected from a group consisting of biaxially-oriented polyamide, polyethylene terephthalate, and polyvinyl chloride;

    an aluminum layer (80) laminated on said reinforcing layer (70) with an adhesive layer (60) interposed therebetween; and

    a liquid- and/or gas-barrier layer (90) laminated on said aluminum layer (80) with an adhesive layer (60) interposed therebetween and suppressing entry of at least one of liquid and gas, wherein the liquid- and/or gas-barrier layer (90) is formed of biaxially-oriented polyamide or polyethylene terephthalate, and

    said absorbing layer (50) is disposed on a side of said solid preparation, and laminated on said reinforcing layer (70), and
    wherein the reinforcing layer (70) is disposed between the absorbing layer (50) and the aluminum layer (80), and prevents the container from being torn during forming.


     


    Ansprüche

    1. Schichtfolie mit einer Vielzahl von laminierten Schichten darin, wobei die Schichtfolie dadurch gekennzeichnet ist, dass sie Folgendes umfasst:

    eine absorbierende Schicht (50), die Flüssigkeit und/oder Gas absorbiert;

    eine Verstärkungsschicht (70), die auf die absorbierende Schicht (50) laminiert ist, mit einer dazwischen angeordneten Klebstoffschicht (60), wobei die Verstärkungsschicht (70) aus einem Element gebildet ist, das aus einer Gruppe ausgewählt ist, die aus biaxial orientiertem Polyamid, Polyethylenterephthalat und Polyvinylchlorid besteht;

    eine Aluminiumschicht (80), die auf die Verstärkungsschicht (70) laminiert ist, mit einer dazwischen angeordneten Klebstoffschicht (60); und

    eine Flüssigkeits- und/oder Gasbarriereschicht (90), die auf die Aluminiumschicht (80) laminiert ist, mit einer dazwischen angeordneten Klebstoffschicht (60), und die das Eindringen von Flüssigkeit und/oder Gas unterdrückt, wobei die Flüssigkeits- und/oder Gasbarriereschicht (90) aus biaxial orientiertem Polyamid oder Polyethylenterephthalat gebildet ist, und

    wobei die Verstärkungsschicht (70) zwischen der absorbierenden Schicht (50) und der Aluminiumschicht (80) angeordnet ist, wodurch sich die Gesamtfestigkeit der Schichtfolie verbessert.


     
    2. Schichtfolie nach Anspruch 1, dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass
    die Verstärkungsschicht (70) und die Barriereschicht (90) aus biaxial orientiertem Polyamid gebildet sind.
     
    3. Schichtfolie nach Anspruch 1, dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass
    die Verstärkungsschicht (70) aus Polyethylenterephthalat oder Polyvinylchlorid gebildet ist und
    die Barriereschicht (90) aus biaxial orientiertem Polyamid gebildet ist.
     
    4. Schichtfolie nach Anspruch 1, dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass
    die Verstärkungsschicht (70) aus biaxial orientiertem Polyamid gebildet ist und
    die Barriereschicht (90) aus Polyethylenterephthalat gebildet ist.
     
    5. Schichtfolie nach Anspruch 1, dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass
    die Verstärkungsschicht (70) und die Barriereschicht (90) aus Polyethylenterephthalat gebildet sind.
     
    6. Schichtfolie nach Anspruch 1, dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass bei der Verstärkungsschicht (70) bezogen auf eine Richtung quer zu einer Zugrichtung eine Zugfestigkeit PTD in einen Bereich zwischen größer gleich 55 MPa und kleiner gleich 360 MPa fällt und
    eine Zugdehnung LTD in einen Bereich zwischen mehr als 45% und weniger als 430% fällt.
     
    7. Behälter, bei dem die Schichtfolie nach einem der Ansprüche 1 bis 6 verwendet ist.
     
    8. Verpackung (10), die darin eine feste Zubereitung enthält (wobei eine ausgeschlossen ist, die Solifenacinsuccinat oder 1-{[(alpha-isobutanoyloxyethoxy)carbonyl]aminomethyl}-1-cyclohexanessigsäure enthält), wobei die Verpackung dadurch gekennzeichnet ist, dass sie Folgendes umfasst:

    einen Behälter (40) mit einem darin ausgebildeten ausgesparten Aufnahmeraum, in dem die feste Zubereitung aufgenommen ist; und

    eine Abdeckung (30), die den Aufnahmeraum bedeckt und luftdicht ist,

    wobei der Behälter (40) eine Schichtfolie ist, die Folgendes umfasst:

    eine absorbierende Schicht (50), die Flüssigkeit und/oder Gas absorbiert;

    eine Verstärkungsschicht (70), die auf die absorbierende Schicht (50) laminiert ist, mit einer dazwischen angeordneten Klebstoffschicht (60), wobei die Verstärkungsschicht (70) aus einem Element gebildet ist, das aus einer Gruppe ausgewählt ist, die aus biaxial orientiertem Polyamid, Polyethylenterephthalat und Polyvinylchlorid besteht;

    eine Aluminiumschicht (80), die auf die Verstärkungsschicht (70) laminiert ist, mit einer dazwischen angeordneten Klebstoffschicht (60); und

    eine Flüssigkeits- und/oder Gasbarriereschicht (90), die auf die Aluminiumschicht (80) laminiert ist, mit einer dazwischen angeordneten Klebstoffschicht (60), und die das Eindringen von Flüssigkeit und/oder Gas unterdrückt, wobei die Flüssigkeits- und/oder Gasbarriereschicht (90) aus biaxial orientiertem Polyamid oder Polyethylenterephthalat gebildet ist, und

    die absorbierende Schicht (50) auf einer Seite der festen Zubereitung angeordnet ist, und auf die Verstärkungsschicht (70) laminiert ist, und

    wobei die Verstärkungsschicht (70) zwischen der absorbierenden Schicht (50) und der Aluminiumschicht (80) angeordnet ist und verhindert, dass der Behälter beim Formen zerreißt.


     


    Revendications

    1. Feuille stratifiée comportant une pluralité de couches stratifiées en son sein, la feuille stratifiée étant caractérisée en ce qu'elle comprend :

    une couche absorbante (50) absorbant au moins l'un d'un liquide et d'un gaz ;

    une couche renforçante (70) stratifiée sur ladite couche absorbante (50) avec une couche adhésive (60) interposée entre elles, dans laquelle la couche renforçante (70) est formée de l'un choisi dans un groupe consistant en le polyamide biaxialement orienté, le poly(téréphtalate d'éthylène), et le poly(chlorure de vinyle) ;

    une couche d'aluminium (80) stratifiée sur ladite couche renforçante (70) avec une couche adhésive (60) interposée entre elles ; et

    une couche barrière aux liquides et/ou au gaz (90) stratifiée sur ladite couche d'aluminium (80) avec une couche adhésive (60) interposée entre elles et supprimant l'entrée de l'un d'un liquide et d'un gaz, dans laquelle la couche barrière aux liquides et/ou au gaz (90) est formée de polyamide biaxialement orienté ou de poly(téréphtalate d'éthylène), et

    dans laquelle la couche renforçante (70) est disposée entre la couche absorbante (50) et la couche d'aluminium (80), ce qui améliore l'entièreté de la résistance de la feuille stratifiée.


     
    2. Feuille stratifiée selon la revendication 1, caractérisée en ce que
    ladite couche renforçante (70) et ladite couche barrière (90) sont formées de polyamide biaxialement orienté.
     
    3. Feuille stratifiée selon la revendication 1, caractérisée en ce que
    ladite couche renforçante (70) est formée de poly(téréphtalate d'éthylène) ou poly(chlorure de vinyle), et
    ladite couche barrière (90) est formée de polyamide biaxialement orienté.
     
    4. Feuille stratifiée selon la revendication 1, caractérisée en ce que
    ladite couche renforçante (70) est formée de polyamide biaxialement orienté, et
    ladite couche barrière (90) est formée de poly(téréphtalate d'éthylène) .
     
    5. Feuille stratifiée selon la revendication 1, caractérisée en ce que
    ladite couche renforçante (70) et ladite couche barrière (90) sont formées de poly(téréphtalate d'éthylène).
     
    6. Feuille stratifiée selon la revendication 1, caractérisée en ce que,
    en ce qui concerne ladite couche renforçante (70), en regard d'une direction transversale à une direction étirée,
    une résistance à la rupture par tension PTD tombe dans une plage de 55 MPa ou plus à moins de 360 MPa, et
    un allongement à la rupture en tension LTD tombe dans une plage de plus de 45 % à moins de 430 %.
     
    7. Contenant utilisant la feuille stratifiée selon l'une quelconque des revendications 1 à 6.
     
    8. Emballage (10) confinant en son sein une préparation solide (dont l'une contenant du succinate de solifénacine ou de l'acide 1-{[(alpha-isobutanoyloxyéthoxy)carbonyl]aminométhyl}-1-cyclohexaneacétique est exclue), l'emballage étant caractérisé en ce qu'il comprend :

    un contenant (40) ayant un espace de confinement encastré confinant en son sein la préparation solide formée en son sein ; et

    un couvercle (30) couvrant l'espace de confinement et doté d'une étanchéité à l'air,

    ledit contenant (40) est une feuille stratifiée comprenant :

    une couche absorbante (50) absorbant au moins l'un d'un liquide et d'un gaz ;

    une couche renforçante (70) stratifiée sur ladite couche absorbante (50) avec une couche adhésive (60) interposée entre elles, dans lequel la couche renforçante (70) est formée de l'un choisi dans un groupe consistant en le polyamide biaxialement orienté, le poly(téréphtalate d'éthylène), et le poly(chlorure de vinyle) ;

    une couche d'aluminium (80) stratifiée sur ladite couche renforçante (70) avec une couche adhésive (60) interposée entre elles ; et

    une couche barrière aux liquides et/ou au gaz (90) stratifiée sur ladite couche d'aluminium (80) avec une couche adhésive (60) interposée entre elles et supprimant l'entrée de l'un d'un liquide et d'un gaz, dans lequel la couche barrière aux liquides et/ou au gaz (90) est formée de polyamide biaxialement orienté ou de poly(téréphtalate d'éthylène), et

    ladite couche absorbante (50) est disposée sur un côté de ladite préparation solide, et stratifiée sur ladite couche renforçante (70), et

    dans lequel la couche renforçante (70) est disposée entre la couche absorbante (50) et la couche d'aluminium (80), et empêche le contenant de se déchirer pendant la formation.


     




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