DRUG PLASTICS & GLASS COMPANY, INC.
|DRUG PLASTICS & GLASS COMPANY, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20120325768||CHILD-RESISTANT CAP AND CONTAINER ASSEMBLY - A cap includes a top wall, an outer peripheral edge, a first section, and a second section. A skirt depends from the outer peripheral edge. The skirt includes an attached end, a free end, a plurality of slots, and a plurality of apertures. Each aperture is spaced-apart from the free end of the skirt. The top wall has a first configuration and a second configuration. When the top wall is in the first configuration, the first section is generally planer and the second section is generally arcuate. When the top wall is in the first configuration, the skirt extends generally perpendicularly to the first section to generally engage at least a portion of a container. When the top wall is in the second configuration, the free end of the skirt extends radially outwardly from the attached end thereof to allow the cap to be removed from the container.||12-27-2012|
|20110094990||Child Resistant Closure - A closure includes a cup shaped overcap having a depending sidewall. The sidewall is provided with a lug having a plurality of inwardly facing teeth. Each one of the inwardly facing teeth has a gently sloping face and steeply sloping face. The slopes of the gently sloping faces and the steeply sloping faces of at least two of the inwardly facing teeth differ respectively one from another. The closure also includes a cup shaped undercap having a depending sidewall. The sidewall is provided with a plurality of outwardly facing teeth around its periphery. Each one of the teeth has a steeply sloping face and a gently sloping face. The steeply sloping faces and the gently sloping faces of the outwardly facing teeth are adapted to abut respectively, at least two of the steeply sloping faces and the gently sloping faces of the inwardly facing teeth.||04-28-2011|
|20110017741||CONTAINER CLOSURE - A closure for a container having a top wall, a first tubular wall with a radial exterior surface and a radial interior surface, and a second tubular wall with a radial exterior surface and a radial interior surface. The first tubular wall extends generally transversely downwardly from a peripheral edge of the top wall and the second tubular wall extends generally transversely downwardly from an interior surface of the top wall radially inwardly from the first tubular wall to establish an unobstructed void between the interior surface of the first tubular wall and the exterior surface of the second tubular wall. The interior surface of the second tubular wall has first screw threads configured to removably engage second screw threads formed on the container.||01-27-2011|
|20090266736||CONTAINER HAVING AN IDENTIFICATION DEVICE MOLDED THEREIN AND METHOD OF MAKING SAME - A blow molded container includes an identification device at least partially embedded in a wall of the container. The container has a bottom wall having a periphery and a concave shape that extends generally inwardly into the container and a sidewall surrounding the bottom wall and extending generally upwardly from the periphery. A capsule is at least partially embedded in one of the bottom wall and the sidewall and an identification device is completely enclosed within the capsule. An entire exterior surface of the capsule is surrounded by one of the bottom wall and the sidewall of the container.||10-29-2009|
|20080314900||ENCLOSURE HAVING AN AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION DEVICE - An enclosure for enclosing an automatic identification device includes an outer cap that has a base wall and a skirt depending therefrom and an inner cap that has a base wall and a skirt depending therefrom. The inner cap is removably secured within the outer cap. A gap is located between the base wall of the outer cap and the base wall of the inner cap when the inner cap is secured within the outer cap. An automatic identification device is located within the gap and preferably secured to an interior surface of one of the base wall of the outer cap and the base wall of the inner cap. The gap is sized and shaped to receive the automatic identification device.||12-25-2008|
|20080308518||CONTAINER HAVING AN AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION DEVICE FOR IDENTIFYING THE CONTENTS THEREIN - A container that has an automatic identification device for identifying the contents therein includes a bottom that has an outer periphery and a neck that defines an opening at a top portion thereof for receiving a product and a shoulder proximate a bottom portion thereof. The neck has a radially inwardly extending flange on an inner surface thereof. The flange is located at a predetermined distance away from the top portion of the neck. The container further includes a sidewall that extend generally upwardly from the periphery of the bottom to the shoulder of the neck. A cap is removably engageable to the neck and an automatic identification device is removably mountable on the flange of the neck.||12-18-2008|
Patent applications by DRUG PLASTICS & GLASS COMPANY, INC.