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AU2010200211B2
AU2010200211B2 AU2010200211A AU2010200211A AU2010200211B2 AU 2010200211 B2 AU2010200211 B2 AU 2010200211B2 AU 2010200211 A AU2010200211 A AU 2010200211A AU 2010200211 A AU2010200211 A AU 2010200211A AU 2010200211 B2 AU2010200211 B2 AU 2010200211B2
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    • GPHYSICS
    • G09EDUCATION; CRYPTOGRAPHY; DISPLAY; ADVERTISING; SEALS
    • G09FDISPLAYING; ADVERTISING; SIGNS; LABELS OR NAME-PLATES; SEALS
    • G09F23/00Advertising on or in specific articles, e.g. ashtrays, letter-boxes
    • G09F23/06Advertising on or in specific articles, e.g. ashtrays, letter-boxes the advertising matter being combined with articles for restaurants, shops or offices
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B67OPENING, CLOSING OR CLEANING BOTTLES, JARS OR SIMILAR CONTAINERS; LIQUID HANDLING
    • B67DDISPENSING, DELIVERING OR TRANSFERRING LIQUIDS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B67D1/00Apparatus or devices for dispensing beverages on draught
    • B67D1/08Details
    • B67D1/0872Aesthetics, advertising

Abstract

The present invention relates to a mounting device (10) that is particularly suitable for displaying brand information proximate to a beverage-dispensing tap. The mounting device comprises a mounting component (20) and a replaceable display component (40). 5 The mounting component includes means(22, 26) for mounting the mounting component to a pipe (51) or the like. The display component (40) is removably attachable to the mounting component via cooperating locking means (44, 45) provided on the display component (40) and mounting component (51). The cooperating locking means (22, 26, 44, 45) enable attachment of the display component (40) to the mounting 10 component (20) in a selected orientation relative to a rotational axis passing through the mounting component (20).

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AUSTRALIA Patents Act 1990 ORIGINAL COMPLETE SPECIFICATION STANDARD PATENT Invention title: Mounting Device The following statement is a full description of this invention, including the best method of performing it known to us: Mounting Device Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a mounting device. More particularly the present invention is concerned with a mounting device suitable for attaching a display to a pipe or 5 the like. Preferred embodiments of the present invention relate to a device suitable for attaching an advertising display in the form of a badge to a pipe forming part of beverage dispensing equipment. Background of the Invention In this specification, where a document, act or item of knowledge is referred to or 10 discussed, this reference or discussion is not an admission that the document, act or item of knowledge or any combination thereof was at the priority date: (i) part of common general knowledge; or (ii) known to be relevant to an attempt to solve any problem with which this specification is concerned. 15 Displaying advertising information such as brand information proximate to beverage dispensing equipment, and in particular taps from which draught beer is dispensed, is a time-honoured tradition. Devices for displaying such information vary depending on the particular type of tap. Twist-to-dispense taps often have a double-sided brand badge screwed into the top thereof 20 (as illustrated in Figures 1A and 1B) and secured by a lock nut arrangement to ensure tightness. Typically, one side of the brand badge faces the customer and the other side the bartender. A device for displaying brand information proximate to a tilt-to-dispense tap is illustrated in Figures 2A and 2B. In this case, the brand badge is integrally formed with a ring 25 member which is permanently closed via a radially-extending grub screw, around a horizontal pipe forming part of the tilt-to-dispense tap equipment. The device is attached to the pipe in a vertical upstanding position with the brand badge facing the customer and typically an identical reverse side facing the bartender. Another device suitable for displaying advertising information proximate to a tilt-to 30 dispense beer tap is described in United States Published Patent Application No. US 2 2005/0029309. The device comprises branded tap handles that are operably mounted to a dispensing tower via an elongate mounting member or via a curvilinear collar. The present invention aims to provide an alternative device for displaying advertising information proximate to beverage dispensing equipment and particularly, but not 5 exclusively, proximate to a tilt-to-dispense beer tap. Summary of the Invention According to a first aspect of the present invention there is provided a mounting device comprising a mounting component and a replaceable display component, the mounting component having means for mounting the mounting component to a pipe or the like, the 10 display component being removably attachable to the mounting component via cooperating locking means provided on the display component and mounting component, the cooperating locking means enabling attachment of the display component to the mounting component in a plurality of selected orientations relative to a rotational axis passing through the mounting component. 15 According to a second aspect of the present invention there is provided beverage dispensing equipment having a mounting device as described herein. A beverage in accordance with the present invention may include alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages. Examples of alcoholic beverages include beer and alcoholic cider. Examples of non-alcoholic beverages include carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, 20 brewed or fermented soft drinks such as ginger beer and non-alcoholic cider, and water. Other beverages are contemplated within the scope of the present invention. The mounting device according to the present invention is suitable for displaying brand information proximate to a beverage-dispensing tap so as to indicate the brand of the particular beverage being dispensed. In particular, the mounting component may be 25 mounted on a pipe that often forms part of beverage-dispensing tap equipment, with the display component carrying and thus displaying, the brand information. Brand information must of course be changed from time to time when the beverage being dispensed through the proximate tap is changed, or when the brand information is refreshed, such as when a brand or logo is updated from time to time. This is easily achieved with the present 30 invention through replacement of the display component and does not require a corresponding disassembly of the beverage-dispensing equipment. Furthermore, the 3 display component is attachable to the mounting component in two or more selected rotational orientations. This enables the display component, and consequently the brand or other information carried thereon, to be rotated about a rotational axis passing through the mounting component to a suitable position where it is easily viewable by customers 5 standing in front of and/or around the beverage dispensing tap. The mounting component may in one embodiment include a head member and a neck. The head member will typically be substantially planar. The neck may, in a typical orientation where the head member is oriented in a substantially vertical plane, be located below the head member. 10 Preferably, the cooperating locking means comprises a toothed formation and a corresponding arrangement of grooves into which the teeth are locatable. In preferred embodiments the toothed formation and groove arrangement are round. A round toothed formation and groove arrangement enables the display component, once attached, to make a predetermined angle with a rotational axis passing through the mounting component. 15 In particularly preferred embodiments, the toothed formation is provided on the display component and the corresponding arrangement of grooves is provided on the mounting component. Optimally, the toothed formation extends from a recessed area in a surface of the display component. This enables the display component to sit, once attached, substantially flush 20 with the mounting component. Typically, the toothed formation and arrangement of grooves are both annular, with the toothed formation having radially outwardly extending teeth and the arrangement of grooves having radially inwardly extending grooves in which cooperating teeth are locatable. According to this embodiment, the cooperating locking means may include a 25 fastener that is attachable to a central region of the annular toothed formation thereby securing the display component to the mounting component. According to preferred embodiments of the present invention the mounting component is mountable to a substantially horizontal pipe or the like. This enables the mounting device to be mounted to horizontal pipes that often form part of tilt-to-dispense beverage 30 dispensing equipment.
4 Preferably, the mounting component includes an arced region which is locatable on an upwards-facing surface of a horizontal pipe and a separate arced member that is attachable to the arced region so as to encircle the horizontal pipe and thereby mount the mounting component to the horizontal pipe. 5 Typically, the arced region is in the shape of a half oval and the arced member is substantially u-shaped such that a substantially circular shape is formed when the arced member is attached to the arced region. According to preferred embodiments of the present invention, the arced member is attachable to the arced region in a manner that enables a circle of selected radial lengths to 10 be formed. Preferably the arced region is in the form of a shoulder member, and the neck of the mounting component joins the head member to the shoulder member. The shoulder member will typically have a pair of arms which define the arced region. The arms may terminate in recessed legs to which the separate arced member is attachable. 15 In this way an integral, unitary mounting component is formed. The display component may include an opening to allow a graphic information carrier to be inserted into the mounting device. According to a third aspect of the present invention there is provided a mounting device comprising a mounting component and a replaceable display component, the mounting 20 component having a substantially planar head member, a neck located below the head member when the head member is oriented in a substantially vertical plane, and means for mounting the mounting component to a pipe or the like, the display component being removably attachable to the mounting component via cooperating locking means provided on the display component and mounting component, the cooperating locking means 25 enabling attachment of the display component to the mounting component in a plurality of selected orientations relative to a rotational axis passing through the mounting component. Brief Description of the Drawings An embodiment of the invention will now be further explained and illustrated by reference 30 to the accompanying drawings in which: 5 Figure 1A is a perspective view of a prior art twist-to-dispense beer tap having a double-sided brand badge screwed into the top thereof ; Figure 1B is an elevation view of a prior art double-sided brand badge disassembled from a twist-to-dispense tap; 5 Figure 2A is a front elevation view of a prior art device for displaying brand information proximate to a tilt-to-dispense tap; Figure 2B is an elevation view of a tilt-to-dispense tap; Figures 3 and 4 are exploded views of a mounting device in accordance with the invention shown proximate to a tilt-to-dispense tap; 10 Figures 5 to 11 are views of the mounting device illustrated in Figures 3 and 4 shown in isolation; and Figure 10 is a perspective view of a mounting device in accordance with the invention including a graphic information carrier. 15 Detailed Description of the Drawings An embodiment of a mounting device 10 in accordance with the present invention is illustrated in Figures 3 to 12. Device 10 is suitable for, and principally used to, display to customers and bar staff, the brand of beverage that is dispensed through a tilt-to-dispense tap 50. 20 Device 10 comprises a mounting component 20 that is attached to a horizontal pipe 51 that forms part of tap equipment 50, and a display component 40 that is attachable to mounting component 20. Brand information is carried by display component 40 either in the shape and configuration 41 of display component 40 (as illustrated), or by indicia printed directly on display component 40 or on an intermediate label that is affixed to display component 25 40. It will be realised by skilled addressees that the present invention is not limited by the manner in which display component 40 happens to carry information. Device 10 may be manufactured from any suitable material including electroplated metal alloys and injection moulded thermoplastics. Display component 40 is replaceable. Once mounting component 20 is attached to pipe 30 51, display component 40 may be attached and removed from mounting component 20 as 6 and when required. For example, when the beverage dispensed through tap 50 is changed, then a replacement display component carrying brand information relevant to the new beverage is simply attached to mounting component 20 in the manner described below. No portion of tap equipment 51 need be disassembled in order to change the proximately 5 displayed brand information. Mounting component 20 is composed of a circular head member 21 in the centre of which an aperture 22 is formed. A neck 23 is located below head member 21 and joins head member 21 to a shoulder member 24. Shoulder member 24 is roughly in the shape of a half oval and defines an arced or curved region 31 therebetween. An arced, cut-out region 10 65, is located above central aperture 22. Cut-out region 65 has a greater radius of curvature than central aperture 22 and is bounded by side walls 67. The longer arms 54 of shoulder member 24 terminate in legs 25 that are defined by a recess 32 that extends most of the way along the length of each longer arm 54. It can be seen from this configuration that an integral, unitary mounting component is 15 formed. Mounting component 20 further includes a separate, roughly u-shaped member 27 having tabs 28 that extend out from each free arm of u-shaped member 27. A clearance hole 29 (Fig 3) is formed in each tab that is suitable to allow a screw fastener 30 to pass through. Mounting component 20 is attachable to pipe 51 by first locating mounting component 20 20 on the upwards-facing surface of pipe 51 so that the longer arms 54 of shoulder member 24 project downwardly around lateral surfaces 52 of pipe 51. When located in this way, head member 21 projects upwardly from pipe 51. Owing to shoulder member's 24 roughly half oval shape, mounting component 20 sits securely on pipe 51 on account of the curved section of the oval contacting the upwards-facing surface of pipe 51, and the straight, 25 longer arms 54 of shoulder member 24 making an essentially tangential contact with the lateral surfaces of pipe 51. U-shaped member 27 is then brought to the downwards-facing surface of pipe 51 and tabs 28 are slotted into recesses 32 defined by legs 25. Screws 30 are screwed through holes 29 in tab 28 up into a threaded hole 33 (Fig 6) formed in the wall of shoulder member 24 from 30 which legs 25 extend. As illustrated in Figure 8, once screwed into place, u-shaped 7 member 27 and shoulder member 24 encircle pipe 51 and thereby mount mounting component 20 onto pipe 51. Mounting component 20 includes parallel ribs 60 (Figs 4 and 11) located on u-shaped member 27 and a rubber strip 53 (Fig 7) located on the upper arc or curved region 31 that 5 serve to retain mounting component 20 against rotation about pipe 51, once attached. Mounting component 20 is also easily removable from pipe 51, which may be required when tap equipment 51 requires cleaning and/or servicing. To remove mounting component 20, screws 30 are simply unwound and u-shaped member 27 taken from the rear-facing wall of pipe 51. 10 Display component 40 is attached to mounting component 20 through cooperating parts provided on each component 20 and 40. On display component 40, the cooperating part is in the form of first 44 and second 61 annular formations provided on rear face 42 (Figs 4 and 9) of display component 40. Second annular formation 61 is concentrically located on top of first annular formation 44 and has a smaller radius than annular formation 44. A 15 tooth 62 extends radially outwardly from the upper circumferential surface of second annular formation 61. An annular rail 63 (with first 44 and second 61 annular formations at its centre) projects out of the plane of rear face 42, to define a circular region 64 in its interior. Circular region 64 roughly coincides in shape with head 22 of mounting component 20. This 20 arrangement enables display component 40 to be substantially flush with mounting component 20 once the two components are attached. The cooperating part on mounting component 20 is central aperture 22 provided in head member 21. Display component 40 is attached to mounting component 20 by contacting display 25 component 40 with head element 21, so that annular formations 44 and 62 pass through central aperture 22. A rubber strip 55 (Figure 7) located on the bottom rim of head element 21 also contacts display component 40 when attached to mounting component 20 so as to reduce the occurrence of unwanted rotation of display component 40 about mounting component. 30 Tooth 62, locates within cut-out region 65, and is contained within cut-out region 65 by side walls 67. A fastening stud 47 is then passed through central aperture 22 from rear face 8 42 of head element 21 until the end of a shaft portion 49 of fastening stud 47 is located at the top of a circular void 69 defined by second annular formation 61. Once mounted, the angle of display component 40 relative to a rotational axis A (Figs 4 and 11) passing through mounting component 20 is adjustable by rotating display 5 component 40 about axis A within cut-out region 65 until a desired position for optimum viewing of display component 40 is reached, where fastening stud 47 is secured tightly to lock display component 40 from rotating. Mounting component 20 may be rotated throughout an angle of approximately 500 in either direction relative to a vertical line 'B' (Fig 11). 10 A suitable security tool, such as an 'Allen key' (not shown) is then inserted into a hexagonal (or alternatively a 'snake-eye') socket 48 formed in a plate portion 51 of fastening stud 47, and fastening stud 47 is turned until plate portion is flush with rear face 42 of display component 40. Similarly, a security tool is used to remove display component 40 from mounting 15 component 20. In particular, tool is inserted into a hexagonal (or alternatively a 'snake eye') socket 48 and turned until end of shaft 49 is clear of void 69. This disengages the lock between mounting component 20 and display component 40. As discussed above, the angle which mounting component 20 and display component 40 make to each other when the two are attached is adjustable. In the embodiment of the 20 invention illustrated in Figures 4 and 9 mounting component 20 and display component 40 are connected parallel to each other. However, other orientations are possible where components 20 and 40 are connected at an angle to each other. Angular connection enables display component 40, and consequently the brand or other information carried thereon, to be connected to mounting component 20 in a suitable position where it is easily 25 viewable by customers standing in front of and/or around the beverage dispensing tap. Display component 40 also conveniently includes a small opening 66 cut out of the upper circumferential surface of annular rail 63. Opening 66 allows a graphic information carrier 70 (Fig 10) upon which additional point-of-sale material may be carried, to be securely inserted into mounting device 10. In particular, graphic information carrier 70 includes a 30 cut-out archway made up of a rectangular 72 and circular region 74. Information carrier 70 is inserted into opening 66 and pushed in a downwards direction until circular region 74 encircles and snap-fits onto annular formation 44.
9 Unlike other prior art systems which have been observed to require a technician to undo the dispensing tap in order to change the branding on the tap, the present invention enables an unskilled bar worker to easily change the branding on the dispensing tap without any impact on the taps themselves. 5 The mounting device according to the invention can also be fitted to any dispensing tap regardless of the size of the pipe or like part of a dispensing tap to which the device is to be attached. The present invention can have the additional benefit of a reduction in theft of branded images from dispensing taps. 10 It is also thought that increased beverage sales may flow as a consequence of the prominence and pleasant aesthetic disposition of branding attached to a dispensing tap in the manner provided according to the invention. The word 'comprising' and forms of the word 'comprising' as used in this description and in the claims do not limit the invention claimed to exclude any variants or additions. 15 Modifications and improvements to the invention will be readily apparent to those skilled in the art. Such modifications and improvements are intended to be within the scope of this invention.

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1. A mounting device comprising a mounting component and a replaceable display component, the mounting component having means for mounting the mounting component to a pipe or the like, the display component being removably attachable 5 to the mounting component via cooperating locking means provided on the display component and mounting component, the cooperating locking means enabling attachment of the display component to the mounting component in a plurality of selected orientations relative to a rotational axis passing through the mounting component. 10
2. A mounting device comprising a mounting component and a replaceable display component, the mounting component having a substantially planar head member, a neck located below the head member when the head member is oriented in a substantially vertical plane, and means for mounting the mounting component to a pipe or the like, the display component being removably attachable to the mounting 15 component via cooperating locking means provided on the display component and mounting component, the cooperating locking means enabling attachment of the display component to the mounting component in a plurality of selected orientations relative to a rotational axis passing through the mounting component.
3. A mounting device according to claim 1 or claim 2, wherein the cooperating 20 locking means comprises a toothed formation and a corresponding arrangement of grooves into which the teeth are locatable.
4. A mounting device according to claim 3, wherein the toothed formation and groove arrangement are both round.
5. A mounting device according to claim 3 or claim 4, wherein the toothed formation 25 is provided on the display component and the corresponding arrangement of grooves is provided on the mounting component.
6. A mounting device according to any one of claims 3 to 5, wherein the toothed formation extends from a recessed area in a surface of the display component.
7. A mounting device according to any one of claims 3 to 6, wherein the toothed 30 formation and arrangement of grooves are both annular, with the toothed formation 11 having radially outwardly extending teeth and the arrangement of grooves having radially inwardly extending grooves in which cooperating teeth are locatable.
8. A mounting device according to any one of claims 1 to 7, wherein the mounting component is mountable to a substantially horizontal pipe or the like. 5
9. A mounting device according to claim 8, wherein the mounting component includes an arced region which is locatable on an upwards-facing surface of a horizontal pipe and a separate arced member that is attachable to the arced region so as to encircle the horizontal pipe and thereby mount the mounting component to the horizontal pipe.
10 10. A mounting device according to claim 9, wherein the arced region is in the shape of a half oval and the arced member is substantially u-shaped such that a substantially circular shape is formed when the arced member is attached to the arced region.
11. A mounting device according to claim 10, wherein the arced member is attachable to the arced region in a manner that enables a circle of selected radial lengths to be 15 formed.
12. A mounting device according to any one of claims 1 to 11, wherein the mounting component further includes a head member and a neck.
13. A mounting device according to claim 12, wherein the head member is substantially planar and the neck is located below the head member when the head 20 member is oriented in a substantially vertical plane.
14. A mounting device according to claim 13, wherein the head member is substantially circular in shape.
15. A mounting device according to claim 12, claim 13 or claim 14 when dependent on claim 9, wherein the arced region is in the form of a shoulder member and wherein 25 the neck joins the head member to the shoulder member.
16. A mounting device according to claim 15, wherein the shoulder member has a pair of arms which define the arced region.
17. A mounting device according to claim 16, wherein the arms terminate in recessed legs to which the separate arced member is attachable. 12
18. A mounting device according to any preceding claim, and further including an opening in the display component to allow a graphic information carrier to be inserted into the mounting device.
19. Beverage dispensing equipment having a mounting device according to any 5 preceding claim.
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