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Dosing cap for powders or liquids










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #7032745.

A dosing cap (1) for powders or liquids including an outer body (2) designed to be inserted into the neck of the container to which the cap (1) is applied and an inner body (3) of a substantially cylindrical shape, which contains the powder or liquid, is mobile inside the outer body (2), and is designed to break the sealing membrane (5) of the dosing cap (1) in response to an axial pressure exerted on its top part. Housed in the inner body (3) is a body (4), preferably cylindrical in shape, which is adjacent to the internal surface of the inner body (1) and is designed to break the sealing membrane (5) of the dosing cap (1) in response to an axial pressure exerted on its top part. Preferably the body (4) is fixed to the sealing membrane (5) of the dosing cap (1).








 
 
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