Multi-chamber container invention for more profitability, productivity and environmental friendliness

When handling liquids or granulates, there is a need for solutions that combine packaging units of the same or different types in containers. Examples include solid foods, beverages, multi-component lacquers and pharmaceuticals. Up to now, such containers have been formed by additional outer packaging or multi-chamber containers that are costly to produce are used. Consumers have a greater need for smaller packaging units while at the same time wanting to protect the environment and ensure freshness.

Illustration: Sectional view of a three-chamber container

In the case of process containers, too, substances such as liquids are to be grouped into units. In addition to the space requirements, the (thermal) insulation of the chambers and the handling of process heat are of great importance for the multi-chamber containers intended for this purpose.


Patent no. EP3655339

Our multi-chamber invention has been patented in 17 European countries since 12 June 2023. Therefore, we claim our technology among others in :
Finland and other countries

Risks in these industries

Companies that use packaging for their products, e.g. medicines, or that manufacture or distribute packaging, are exposed to economic and existential risks that can have their causes both inside and outside the company. For example:

Facts and benefits

Our diffusion-tight multi-chamber technology consists of at least two physically, thermally and chemically separated partial chambers. We can increase the number of partial chambers for you as required, depending on the application and requirements. Each partial chamber can be handled independently

Development status

Together with renowned research institutes in northern Germany, we have already successfully demonstrated the market-oriented feasibility study of multi-chamber technology. Manufacturing processes, for example around the stainless steel multi-chamber drinking bottle, have thus already been analysed.

Energy - Process - varnish Industry

The key product feature of the multi-chamber invention is the storage of at least two different substances and, more generally, products in the same container. In the energy or process industry, it is often necessary to supply energy to processed products or, conversely, to remove it.


As a rule, pharmaceutical and cosmetic companies package their products in individual containers or bottles, regardless of the application and quantity. This is mainly due to the fact that the products offered consist of different chemical bases.

Chemical industry

The chemical industry can use multi-chamber technology economically for various applications. Here are some examples:

Our offer

We offer users and suppliers of glass containers/bottles/jars and cans, including those in the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, beverage, food and energy industries, as well as in other sectors, usage rights and development services in order to adapt the multi-chamber container to the individual requirements