A German inventor has developed a multi-chamber container / multi-energy zone container for industrial and domestic applications.
Conventional single-chamber containers have some disadvantages depending on the area of application, e.g. with regard to freshness protection, ecology or process and consumption efficiency.
The lack of partitioning in single-chamber systems promotes unhygienic consumption of beverages (e.g. the usage of a 1,5 litre three chamber container for sparkling mineral water offers three separated fully carbonated and unimpaired 0,5 litre fresh portions). In addition, when handling liquids or granulates, there is a need for solutions that combine packaging units of the same or different types in containers.
With this innovative multi-chamber container, liquids or granulates can be combined in a compact, easily producible and manageable container. The central connecting element offers the possibility to combine one, two or more partial containers in a compact unit and a uniform design (the multi-chamber container) depending on the individual need.
Due to the air gap between the subcontainers in the construction, the subcontainers are thermically insulated from each other, and the surface of the container is thus enlarged. This allows faster cooling or heating of the goods in container from outside. The construction of the partial containers can be identical and, due to their simple geometry, they can be easily produced from a variety of materials and easy to fill. They can be locked individually or in their entirety using a common cap. With regard to container geometry, connecting element and closure, numerous variants are available for individual customer requirements.
The inventor offers this solution to food, beverages, pharmaceutical and medical container manufacturing companies as licensees together with engineering support to adapt the solution to the customer specific requirements.