ALCAN GLOBAL PHARMACEUTICAL PACKAGING INC.
|ALCAN GLOBAL PHARMACEUTICAL PACKAGING INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20090301924||CHILD RESISTANT BLISTER PACKAGE - A child resistant blister package is provided. The blister package comprises a blister card and a housing for containing the blister card. The blister card and the housing comprising a releasable restraining mechanism to restrict the exposure of the blister card through an opening of the housing.||12-10-2009|
|20090288978||CHILD RESISTANT BLISTER PACKAGING - A child resistant card for dispensing pills, e.g., capsules and/or tablets, that renders access to the pills difficult for a child but not for an adult. The child resistant blister card enables the user to access the item disposed within the card after performing a series of steps. The blister card is received in a protective envelope. A weakened area in the front panel of the envelope can be depressed to release a tear tab in the back panel. Once released, the tear tab can be ripped from the back panel to expose the backing foil of the blister card.||11-26-2009|
|20090270821||ANGLED OPHTHALMIC DROPPER TIP - An ophthalmic dropper for distributing medicinal fluid to an eye is provided. The dropper comprises a fluid carrying container having a hollow body extending along a longitudinal axis, and an opening defined in the hollow body. A nozzle is coupled to the opening of the container for receiving fluid from the container. The nozzle defines an outlet port for distributing fluid from the nozzle. The outlet port of the nozzle is positioned to deliver fluid along an axis that is substantially perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the container.||10-29-2009|
|20090020493||CHILD RESISTANT CROWNED CLOSURE HAVING IMPROVED OPENING FEATURE - A child resistant package comprising a container having a neck finish including an annular locking ring with at least one notch having a locking rib therein and indicium indicating the location of the notch, and a snap-on closure of rigid and stiff material disposed for rotary movement on the neck finish, said closure comprising an end wall, a resilient peripheral skirt, and a crown extending upwardly and outwardly from the end wall and the skirt to form a surface that provides leverage for removal of the closure from the container with a locking lug extending radially inwardly from said skirt in alignment in a fire position with said notch upon rotation of the closure to permit removal of said closure only when in the fire position, and snap beads co-planar with the locking luck and extending inwardly from the skirt, said snap beads being longer than the notch is wide, a finger tab comprising indicium and extending radially outwardly from said skirt in alignment with said locking lug, said snap beads camming over said locking ring and resiliently expanding said skirt and the locking lug passing over the locking ring upon snap locking the closure to the neck finish and upon removal of said closure, said locking lug and said snap beads being interengaged with said locking ring upon snap locking and said snap beads becoming disengaged from said locking ring upon the removal of said closure.||01-22-2009|
|20080308522||EASY GRIP BOTTLE - An easy open bottle having grooves for the fingers.||12-18-2008|
|20080277368||Push-Squeeze-Lift Child-Resistant Closure And Container System - A push-squeeze-lift child resistant closure for a container having an unthreaded neck and a top shoulder having a top surface with at least one receptacle locking slot, the closure comprising a top having a spring inside the top and a sidewall having flexible panels, wherein each flexible panel includes at least one horizontal tab hook that engages a corresponding locking slot in the container, wherein the tab hook and corresponding locking slot prevents removal of the closure without first pushing downward on the closure and concurrently squeezing or depressing the flexible panel to disengage the hook and remove the closure.||11-13-2008|
|20080265461||Method and Apparatus for Blow-Molding Containers with In-Mold Film Having RFID Tag Fused Thereto - An apparatus and method for manufacturing plastic containers having RFID tags embedded therein is disclosed. The bottles are manufactured using a blow-molding technique wherein an in-mold film having an RFID tag embedded therein is positioned or placed against the parison immediately prior to the blow mold being closed and the pressurized air being used to inflate the parison. The resulting container thus has an RFID tag fused thereto to allow for tracking and tracing of the container after manufacture, as well as providing a mechanism by which the authenticity of the bottle can be verified.||10-30-2008|
|20080202973||CHILD RESISTANT CARD - A child resistant card for dispensing one or more pills, e.g., capsules and/or tablets, including a closure part and a push-through part attached by a fold region, in which the closure part includes a blister hole and a perforated front push-through tab, and the push-through part includes a perforated pill push-through tab and a perforated back punch tab is provided. Upon folding at the fold region, the perforated front push-through tab is aligned over the perforated back punch tab. The child resistant card further includes a blister pack including a blister having an outlet and a penetrable backing portion, wherein the outlet of the blister is covered by the penetrable backing portion to create a closed blister and the pill is located inside the closed blister, wherein the blister pack is located between the folded closure part and push-through part such that the blister protrudes through the blister hole. The child resistant card also includes a separate pick and place part including a removable tab that is located between the blister pack and push-through part such that the removable tab prevents removal of the pill through the penetrable backing portion and the perforated pill push-through tab, wherein the pill can be dispensed from the child resistant card by removing the removable tab and applying force to the blister such that the pill is concomitantly pushed through the closure part and the penetrable backing portion pill push-through tab.||08-28-2008|
Patent applications by ALCAN GLOBAL PHARMACEUTICAL PACKAGING INC.