A Patent: Innovation in the Bottle and Environmental Approach for Liquid Packaging Material

Authors

  • Fatih Burçin Gürarslan and Necla Çağlarırmak

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15377/2409-9813.2017.04.4

Keywords:

Patent, bottle, innovation, cap, biodegradable, sustainable environment.

Abstract

 Food packaging is one of the essential steps of food industry because of kinds of reasons such as hygiene, practical usage, fast and easy consumption, long shelf life, good and long preserving of foods etc. This invention related with innovation of bottle that provides preservation, storage and transport of water and similar liquid into containers. Created patent brings a new invention of bottle which has not bottle cap but can be closed easily due to its invented special design thus a patent was obtained for related industries. In the patented design, length of inlet is long in the invention of container. There are one or two register films due to preference bottom of the inlet section. Bottle contains at least two vertical folding edges those have 180o vertical angle and also have at least one or two due to preference horizontal folding edge in the inlet section. Biopolymers from renewable resources have been examined and studied with great interest in recently. Environmental plastics are made from renewable raw materials such as maize and potato starch or the patent article, patent was introduced with suggestion manufacturing designed bottle with biodegradable materials for sustainable environment.

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2018-01-23

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Fatih Burçin Gürarslan and Necla Çağlarırmak. A Patent: Innovation in the Bottle and Environmental Approach for Liquid Packaging Material. Glob. J. Agric. Innov. Res. Dev [Internet]. 2018Jan.23 [cited 2021Jun.17];4(1):30-5. Available from: https://www.avantipublishers.com/jms/index.php/gjaird/article/view/703

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