Abstract: The invention relates to a combination of a first container and a second container to form a dispensing unit. The first and second containers each have a reservoir for a liquid substance and pump which is secured to the reservoir, can be actuated by hand and has a dispensing opening and a pump-actuating button for dispensing substance from the reservoir. The combination also comprises coupling means for coupling together the first and second containers in a position next to one another. The invention is characterized in that the coupling means comprise: one or more first coupling members, which are each arranged on the first container, and one or more second coupling means, which are each arranged on the second container and which can each be directly coupled to an associated first coupling member on the first container.
Abstract: The invention relates to a dispensing unit for dispensing two fluid substances. The dispensing unit comprises a pump assembly (2) having a first (4) and a second pump (5) which can be actuated by common, manually operable operating means (6) in order to simultaneously dispense the two fluid substances. The dispensing unit also comprises a reservoir assembly (3), the reservoir assembly comprising two reservoirs which are each provided at an outlet side with an outlet and are each delimited by a movable piston (13, 16) on the other side from the outlet, which pistons, during the dispensing of the fluid substances, move toward the respective outlets. According to a first aspect of the invention, the reservoir assembly (3) and the pump assembly (2) are separate assemblies which can be coupled to one another, in such a manner that in the uncoupled state each reservoir can be filled through the outlet of the reservoir, after which the pump assembly and the reservoir assembly are coupled to one another.
Abstract: Dispensing assembly for dispensing two liquid components, comprising an outer piston pump concentric with an inner piston pump provided with resetting means, in which the inlet and outlet of the piston chambers comprise pre-tensioned non-return valves, in which the inner piston has a small free stroke relative to the other parts of the assembly, a stationary stroke limiting part with a stop is present in the outer piston chamber of the outer piston pump, which stroke limiting part under friction can interact with a stop on the inner piston, in order to limit the movement distance thereof and permit the movement thereof only under friction, and the outer piston and the inner piston comprise carrier bevelled collars which can interact in a sealing manner with each other and form an active non-return valve for the outlet of the outer piston chamber.
Abstract: Aerosol intended for dispensing several components for the production of a multi-component material comprising a dispensing assembly, a main container and one or more separate auxiliary containers for components to be dispensed, piston pumps, control part, piston chamber and non-return ball check valve.
Abstract: An apparatus including a mixing chamber for mixing together pressurized gaseous and liquid constituents, the mixing chamber including a lower region and an upper region; separate feed connections for the pressurized constituents of a mixture to be formed; a discharge connection for discharging a formed mixture to a chamber, wherein at least one of the separate feed connections includes passages in a wall of the mixing chamber; a spring located in the lower region of the mixing chamber biased against a pressure element located in the upper region of the mixing chamber, wherein the pressure element and an inner wall of the upper region of the mixing chamber define an annular space around the pressure element, wherein the passages comprise a porous part in the wall of the mixing chamber that open into the annular space around the pressure element in the upper region of the mixing chamber, and comprises an inlet for a pressurized gaseous constituent; and wherein the lower region of the mixing chamber comprises an
Abstract: A mixing chamber for mixing a gaseous component with a liquid component is disclosed. The mixing chamber is characterized by separate inlet connections for the respective components and an outlet for the mixture to a space at a lower pressure. The propellant inlet comprises a plurality of narrow channels positioned to create a turbulent flow in the mixing chamber to facilitate mixing of the components. Also disclosed is a method for forming narrow channels in a body or object by forming grooves in one of two interconnecting surfaces of the parts to thereby define the narrow channels when the parts are put together to form the body or object.
Abstract: A spray dispenser for a liquid to be sprayed has a container provided with an inlet valve adapted for connection to a source of pressurized driving gas for pressurizing a head space above the liquid in the container. A spray head including a spray nozzle is mounted to the container and connects through a dispensing valve to a dip tube extending to the vicinity of the container bottom, such that opening of the dispensing valve causes pressurized discharge of the liquid through the spray nozzle.