AT134235B - Can opener. - Google Patents

Can opener.

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AT134235B
AT134235B AT134235DA AT134235B AT 134235 B AT134235 B AT 134235B AT 134235D A AT134235D A AT 134235DA AT 134235 B AT134235 B AT 134235B
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opener
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hook
handle
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Karl Lhotta
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    Konservenbüchsenöffner.   



   Es sind bereits Dosenöffner bekannt, bei welchen ein unter den Dosenrand greifender   Stützhaken   mit einem Messer zusammenwirkt, ferner solche, bei welchen ein Metallstreifen an   einem Ende hakenförmig   umgebogen ist und an diesem Ende eine Messerschneide besitzt, die mit einer gegen den unteren Dosen- rand sich legenden, aus demselben oder einem zweiten Metallstreifen gebildeten Stütze zusammenwirkt.
Die Handhabung dieser bekannten Dosenöffner muss jedoch so erfolgen, dass der Stiel nahe an der Dosen- mantelfläche hin und her bewegt oder nach aufwärts gedrückt wird. Auch kann mit ihnen kein tangen- tialer Einschnitt in den Dosenrand, sondern bloss ein mehr radialer Einschnitt erzielt werden. 



   Bei dem   Büchsenöffner   gemäss der Erfindung sind diese Nachteile vermieden, da dieser Öffner von oben auf den Deckel der Büehse aufgesetzt wird und dann durch Niederdrücken des Griffende ein tangentialer Einschnitt in den   Büehsendeekel   erreicht wird. 



   Der in Fig. 1 in Seitenansicht dargestellte Dosenöffner besteht aus einem hakenförmig gebogenen Eisenstreifen a, an welchem ein Messer b aus Stahlblech befestigt ist ; Fig. 2 zeigt den Öffner in Vorderansicht ; Fig. 3 in Gebrauchsstellung. Um eine Dose zu öffnen, wird der Öffner auf den Rand der Dose so aufgesetzt, dass das hakenförmige Ende den äusseren Dosenrand untergreift und das Messerehen sich beim Innenrand auf den Dosendeckel stützt (Fig. 3, c). Durch Niederdrücken des Griffende wird der Dosendeckel ganz am Rande tangential durchschnitten. So macht man Schnitt neben Schnitt, bis der ganze Deckelumfang durchschnitten ist. Der Dosenöffner wird mit einer   Blechklammer   seitlich an jeder Dose befestigt (Fig. 3, d). 

**WARNUNG** Ende DESC Feld kannt Anfang CLMS uberlappen**.



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    Can opener.



   Can openers are already known in which a support hook engaging under the edge of the can interacts with a knife, as well as those in which a metal strip is bent over like a hook at one end and at this end has a knife edge which is pressed against the lower can edge Legends, formed from the same or a second metal strip support cooperates.
However, these known can openers must be handled in such a way that the handle is moved back and forth close to the can jacket surface or is pushed upwards. They also cannot be used to make a tangential incision in the edge of the can, but rather merely a more radial incision.



   With the can opener according to the invention, these disadvantages are avoided, since this opener is placed on the cover of the can from above and then a tangential incision is made in the can cover by pressing down the end of the handle.



   The can opener shown in side view in Figure 1 consists of a hook-shaped bent iron strip a, to which a knife b made of sheet steel is attached; Fig. 2 shows the opener in a front view; 3 in the position of use. To open a can, the opener is placed on the edge of the can in such a way that the hook-shaped end engages under the outer edge of the can and the row of knives is supported by the inner edge on the can lid (Fig. 3, c). By pressing down the end of the handle, the can lid is cut tangentially at the very edge. This is how you cut next to cut until the entire circumference of the lid is cut through. The can opener is attached to the side of each can with a metal clip (Fig. 3, d).

** WARNING ** End of DESC field may overlap beginning of CLMS **.

 

Claims (1)

PATENT-ANSPRUCH : Dosenöffner, bei welchem ein als Stiel dienender Metallstreifen an einem Ende hakenförmig umgebogen ist, dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass dieses Ende als Stützhaken zum Untergreifen des Dosenrandes EMI1.1 EMI1.2 **WARNUNG** Ende CLMS Feld Kannt Anfang DESC uberlappen**. PATENT CLAIM: Can opener, in which a metal strip serving as a handle is bent over like a hook at one end, characterized in that this end is used as a support hook for reaching under the can rim EMI1.1 EMI1.2 ** WARNING ** End of CLMS field may overlap beginning of DESC **.
AT134235D 1932-05-04 1932-05-04 Can opener. AT134235B (en)

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Cited By (6)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2621402A (en) * 1950-06-26 1952-12-16 Frank Poppolardo Can opener
US2703993A (en) * 1952-04-14 1955-03-15 Harry G Staggers Method of making a can opener
US2718057A (en) * 1953-04-06 1955-09-20 Hammond Oll Can opener
US2754582A (en) * 1953-06-09 1956-07-17 Carl R Klok Can opening hand punch
US2814102A (en) * 1956-08-24 1957-11-26 Jr Dan K Hon Can opener
US2983040A (en) * 1958-12-23 1961-05-09 Ricardo A Araujo Can opener

Cited By (6)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2621402A (en) * 1950-06-26 1952-12-16 Frank Poppolardo Can opener
US2703993A (en) * 1952-04-14 1955-03-15 Harry G Staggers Method of making a can opener
US2718057A (en) * 1953-04-06 1955-09-20 Hammond Oll Can opener
US2754582A (en) * 1953-06-09 1956-07-17 Carl R Klok Can opening hand punch
US2814102A (en) * 1956-08-24 1957-11-26 Jr Dan K Hon Can opener
US2983040A (en) * 1958-12-23 1961-05-09 Ricardo A Araujo Can opener

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