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Plastic Aerosols - Patent and Technology Report - Key Players, Innovators and Industry Analysis Product Image

Plastic Aerosols - Patent and Technology Report - Key Players, Innovators and Industry Analysis

  • Published: November 2011
  • Region: Global
  • 51 pages
  • Dolcera

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • 3M
  • Boehringer Ingelheim Int
  • Cipla
  • Clorox
  • Flaxo group
  • Honeywell
  • MORE

An aerosol is a suspension of fine solid particles or liquid droplets in a gas. The criteria for packaging of aerosols involves speed, simplicity, spray projection, cleanliness, freshness. Aerosol comes in metal containers (tin, aluminum) but now a days metal containers are replaced with plastic containers as it provides advantages like light weight (lower storage and transport costs, improved ergonomics and user friendliness), increased safety (no highly flammable propellants, no poisonous gases that might be inhaled) , environmentally friendly ( no propellants and no volatile organic hydrocarbons, less household chemical waste and possible reuse, transparency , no rust ,compatible with current filling lines, it can be decorated by new ways like shrink labels etc. It provides benefits for consumers in having different designs, texture and touch appeal. It provides secondary advantages which are not decisive at the time of purchase) like shelf-life, accuracy of the dose delivered, ease of use while carrying. These attributes give the plastic aerosol market a radiant future, particularly in the case of non-flammable, low-pressure products. PET is used as a major raw material as it READ MORE >

1. Executive Summary
2. Introduction
2.1 Plastic aerosols
3. Search Strategy
4. Sample patent analysis
5.Taxonomy
6.Top Citations
6.1.Key patents
7.Patent to product mapping
8. Key findings
8.1.Major Player
8.1.1 Major players in pharmaceuticals
8.1.2 Major players in FMCG
8.2 IP activity
8.2.1 IP activity based on publication year
8.2.2 IP activity based on priority year
8.3 Geographical activity
8.3.1 Geographical activity of patents
8.3.2 Geographical activity of assignees
9. Conclusion
10. References
11. Appendix A: Control Patents
12.Appendix B: Relevant Class codes Definitions.
13.Appendix C: Concept table
14.Appendix D: Search Strategy

List of Tables

Table 1: Sample patent analysis
Table 2: Top cited patents
Table 3: Patent to product
Table 4: Relevant patents
Table 5: Relevant class code definition
Table 6: Japanese F term
Table 7: Concept table of plastic
Table 8: Concept table of aerosol
Table 9: Concept table of container
Table 10: English search
Table 11: German search
Table 12: French search
Table 13: Search with F term
Table 14: Final search

List of figures

Figure 1: Plastic aerosol bottle
Figure 2: Graph of top assignees
Figure 3: Plastic aerosol bottle
Figure 4: Graph of top cited patents
Figure 5: Graph of top assignees
Figure 6: Graph of top assignees in pharmaceuticals
Figure 7: Graph of top assignees in FMCG
Figure 8: IP activity based on publication year
Figure 9: IP activity based on priority year
Figure 10: Geographical distribution of patents
Figure 11: Geographical distribution of assignees



- P&G Procter & Gamble
- Flaxo group
- L'Oreal
- Johnson & Johnson
- Boehringer Ingelheim Int
- Toyo Seikan Kaisha
- Cipla
- 3M
- Clorox
- Honeywell

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