Title:
Freezing Container Sealed by Ice
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
The cover of the inside container is firmly fixed on the sides of the exterior container. When the empty space between both containers is filled-up with any type of freezing liquid, an ice layer is created and preserves everything in the inside container for an unlimited period of time. A plastic membrane is inserted into a groove all around the inside portion of the external container. The liquid infiltrates in the groove above the membrane and when placed into a freezer nothing could affect or infect what is underneath the ice sealant.



Inventors:
Lanctot, Mario (St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, CA)
Application Number:
10/219784
Publication Date:
02/19/2004
Filing Date:
08/16/2002
Assignee:
LANCTOT MARIO
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
62/457.2
International Classes:
A23B4/08; A23B7/04; A23B7/05; A23L3/36; A23L3/37; F25D25/00; (IPC1-7): B65B63/08; F25D3/08
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Primary Examiner:
ZEC, FILIP
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
MARIO LANCTOT (ST-JEAN-SUR-RICHELIEU, QC, CA)
Claims:
1. Method of freezing for lifetime with special containers and bags of any size and shape, including as part of a structure. 1—Perfectly level the freezer. 2—Wash the containers. 3—Wrap the food to be preserved with backing paper. 4—Store the wrapped food in the inside container. 5—Deposit the filled container without cover in a freezer for 12 to 24 hours. 6—Place the cover on top of the inside container after 12 to 24 hours. 7—Firmly fix the inside container to the outside container. 8—Fill the empty space with freezing liquid to the filling line. 9—Place the plastic membrane into the internal groove. 10—Add freezing liquid above the upper groove. 11—Place the cover on the external container. 12—Deposit in a freezer for an indefinite period of time.

Description:

DESCRIPTION

[0001] Types of containers that are inserted one into another. The cover of the inside container is firmly fixed on the sides of the exterior container, thus creating an empty space around the inside container. The short plastic stick connecting the cover of the inside container to the side of the external container becomes the filling line. When the empty space between both containers is filled-up above the filling line with any type of freezing liquid (water, apple juice, grape juice, etc.), the inside container being totally submerged in freezing liquid when placed in a freezer, an ice layer is created and preserves everything in the inside container for an unlimited period of time. In order to preserve everything inside both containers for a lifetime (food and the freezing liquid above the filling line) a plastic membrane is inserted into a groove all around the inside portion of the external container. Above that same membrane, there is another groove all around the inside portion of the external container. When liquid is poured over the membrane, the liquid infiltrates in the groove above the membrane and when placed into a freezer nothing could affect or infect what is underneath the ice sealant.