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.