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US1030074A
US1030074A US69284512A US1912692845A US1030074A US 1030074 A US1030074 A US 1030074A US 69284512 A US69284512 A US 69284512A US 1912692845 A US1912692845 A US 1912692845A US 1030074 A US1030074 A US 1030074A
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  • IIVVENTOR MZZZQM Z 621mm 7 BY I ATTORNEYS LANOGRA PH 00.,WAsl-IINGTON D c WITNESSES WILLIAM EUGUNE GIROUD, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.
  • the object of the invention is to provide a new and improved non-refillable bottle having comparatively few parts, not easily liable to get out of order, and arranged to permit the proper pouring of liquid from the bottle on tilting the same, and to prevent refilling of the bottle with spurious goods.
  • valve mounted to travel in a spiral path in a valve casing, the valve having a spiral groove closed at its lower end when the valve is in lowermost position and is seated on the apertured bottom of the valve casing, the groovebeing open for the passage of the liquid at the time the bottle is tilted and the valve is off its seat.
  • Figure 1 is a sectional side elevation of the non-refillable bottle with the valve in closed position
  • Fig. 2 is a like view of the same showing the bottle tilted and the valve in open position for the passage of the liquidfrom the bottle to a glass or other receptacle
  • Fig. 3 is a sectional side elevation of the valve
  • Fig. 4c is an enlarged inverted plan view of the valve casing and its valve, the latter being in closed position
  • Fig. 5 is a similar view of the same with the valve in open position
  • Fig. 6 is an enlarged plan view of the stop plate
  • Fig. 7 is a sectional side elevation of the nonrefillable bottle provided with a sealing cap for the valve casing.
  • valve casing B Into the neck A of the bottle A extends a valve casing B, preferably made cylindrical in shape, and provided at its upper end with an outwardly-extending flange B, which latter as well as the upper exterior portion of the casing A are secured to the neck A of the bottle by a suitable cement G or other adhesive substance.
  • a valve casing B In the lower portion of the valve casing B is mounted to slide and to turn a valve D, of cylindrical shape, and fitting into the valve casing B, the bottom of the said valve being normally seated on the bottom B of the valve,casing B, and which bottom B is provided at one side with an opening B.
  • a spiral groove D which extends from the top of the valve to the bottom thereof, and into the said groove D extends a projection or a pin 13" arranged on the inside of the valve casing B so that when the valve D moves outward or inward in the casing B then the projection B on account of engaging the groove D causes the valve to turn in a spiral direction.
  • valve casing B The outward sliding movement of the valve casing B is limited by a scalloped or perforated guard plate E held in the upper end of the casing B and abutting against the under side of an annular bead B formed interiorly in the casing B.
  • the plate E limits the outward movement of the valve, as will be readily understood by reference to Fig. 2.
  • vent hole D formed in the valve D, and extending downward from the top of the valve into the lower end of the groove D so that air can readily pass through the vent hole D as soon as the valve D is ofl' of its seat on the bottom B of the valve casing B.
  • valve casmg and its valve are very simple in construction and the parts are not liable easily tov get out of order, and the valve by its own weight readily seats itself as soon as the bottle A is moved into upright position.
  • a non-refillable bottle provided with a valve casing held in the neck of the bottle and having an apertured bottom, and a valve mounted to travel spirally in the said casing and having a spiral groove, the lower end of the said groove being closed by the casing bottom at the time the valve is seated on the sald bottom and the groove being open for the passage of the liquid at the time the valve is off the bottom.
  • a non-refillable bottle provided with a valve casing held in the neck of the bottle and having an apertured bottom, a valve mounted to travel spirally in the said casing and having a spiral groove, the lower end of the said groove being closed by the casing bottom at the time the valve is seated on the said bottom and the groove being open for the passage of the liquid at the time the valve is off the bottom, and a projection on the said casing and engaging the said spiral valve groove to cause the valve to travel in a spiral path.
  • a non-refillable bottle provided with a valve casing held in the neck of the bottle and having an apertured bottom, and a valve mounted to travel spirally in the said casing and having a spiral groove, the lower end of the said groove being closed by the casing bottom at the time the valve is seated on the said bottom and the groove being open for the passage of the liquid at the time the Valve is off the bottom, the said valve having an air vent extending from the top of the valve downward into the groove at a point near the lower end thereof.
  • a non-refillable bottle provided with a valve casing having a projection at the inside and provided with an opening at the bottom, a valve adapted to be seated on the said casing bottom and mounted to slide and to turn in the said valve casing, the valve having a spiral groove on its peripheral face, the groove extending from the bottom of the valve to the top thereof and the lower end of the groove being closed by the said casing bottom at the time the valve is seated on the bottom, the said projection extending into the said groove to cause the valve to turn on moving inward or outward in the casing, the said valve having a vent hole extending downward from thetop of the valve into the groove near the lower end thereof.
  • a non-refillable bottle provided with a valve casing having a projection at the inside and provided with an opening at the bottom, a valve adapted to be seated on the said casing bottom and mounted to slide and to turn in the said valve casing, the valve having a spiral groove on its peripheral face, the groove extending from the bottom of the valve to the top thereof and the lower end of the groove being closed by the said casing bottom at the time the valve is seated on the bottom, the said projection extending into the said groove to cause the valve to turn on moving inward or outward in the casing, the said valve Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents. Washington, I). C.

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W. B. GIROUD. NON-REFILLABLE BOTTLE. APPLICATION FILED APR. 24, 1912.
Patented June 18, 1912.
IIVVENTOR MZZZQM Z 621mm 7 BY I ATTORNEYS LANOGRA PH 00.,WAsl-IINGTON D c WITNESSES WILLIAM EUGUNE GIROUD, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.
NON-REFILLABLE BOTTLE.
Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented June 18, 1912.
Application filed April 24, 1912. Serial No. 692,845.
Brooklyn, in the county of Kings and State of New York, have invented a new and Improved Nonefillable Bottle, of which the following is a full, clear, and exactdescription.
The object of the invention is to provide a new and improved non-refillable bottle having comparatively few parts, not easily liable to get out of order, and arranged to permit the proper pouring of liquid from the bottle on tilting the same, and to prevent refilling of the bottle with spurious goods.
For the purpose mentioned, use is made of a valve mounted to travel in a spiral path in a valve casing, the valve having a spiral groove closed at its lower end when the valve is in lowermost position and is seated on the apertured bottom of the valve casing, the groovebeing open for the passage of the liquid at the time the bottle is tilted and the valve is off its seat.
A practical embodiment of the invention is represented in the accompanying drawings forming a part of this specification, in which similar characters of reference indicate corresponding parts in all the views.
Figure 1 is a sectional side elevation of the non-refillable bottle with the valve in closed position; Fig. 2 is a like view of the same showing the bottle tilted and the valve in open position for the passage of the liquidfrom the bottle to a glass or other receptacle; Fig. 3 is a sectional side elevation of the valve; Fig. 4c is an enlarged inverted plan view of the valve casing and its valve, the latter being in closed position; Fig. 5 is a similar view of the same with the valve in open position; Fig. 6 is an enlarged plan view of the stop plate; and Fig. 7 is a sectional side elevation of the nonrefillable bottle provided with a sealing cap for the valve casing.
Into the neck A of the bottle A extends a valve casing B, preferably made cylindrical in shape, and provided at its upper end with an outwardly-extending flange B, which latter as well as the upper exterior portion of the casing A are secured to the neck A of the bottle by a suitable cement G or other adhesive substance. In the lower portion of the valve casing B is mounted to slide and to turn a valve D, of cylindrical shape, and fitting into the valve casing B, the bottom of the said valve being normally seated on the bottom B of the valve,casing B, and which bottom B is provided at one side with an opening B. In the peripheral face of the valve D is formed a spiral groove D which extends from the top of the valve to the bottom thereof, and into the said groove D extends a projection or a pin 13" arranged on the inside of the valve casing B so that when the valve D moves outward or inward in the casing B then the projection B on account of engaging the groove D causes the valve to turn in a spiral direction. When the valve D is seated on the bottom B then the lower end of the spiral groove D is closed by the bottom B and when the valve D moves outward in a spiral direction on tilting the bottle A, as shown in Fig. 2, then the lower end of the said spiral groove D moves away from the bottom B and is hence uncovered to allow the liquid contained in the bottle A to flow through the opening B into the casing B and through the spiral groove D into the upper end of the casing B and out of the same into a glass or other receptacle.
The outward sliding movement of the valve casing B is limited by a scalloped or perforated guard plate E held in the upper end of the casing B and abutting against the under side of an annular bead B formed interiorly in the casing B. Thus when the valve D moves outward in the valve casing B, the plate E limits the outward movement of the valve, as will be readily understood by reference to Fig. 2.
In order to provide a vent, use is made of a vent hole D formed in the valve D, and extending downward from the top of the valve into the lower end of the groove D so that air can readily pass through the vent hole D as soon as the valve D is ofl' of its seat on the bottom B of the valve casing B.
By having the guard plate and the spiral groove D it is evident that the bottle cannot be readily refilled with spurious goods as the valve D is practically inaccessible with the use of wires and the like for holding the valve in open position while the casing B to seal the latter. The lower end of the cap F is preferably engaged with an annular groove A formed exteriorly in the neck A of the bottle to hold the cap in place.
The valve casmg and its valve are very simple in construction and the parts are not liable easily tov get out of order, and the valve by its own weight readily seats itself as soon as the bottle A is moved into upright position.
Having thus described my invention, I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent:
1. A non-refillable bottle provided with a valve casing held in the neck of the bottle and having an apertured bottom, and a valve mounted to travel spirally in the said casing and having a spiral groove, the lower end of the said groove being closed by the casing bottom at the time the valve is seated on the sald bottom and the groove being open for the passage of the liquid at the time the valve is off the bottom.
2. A non-refillable bottle provided with a valve casing held in the neck of the bottle and having an apertured bottom, a valve mounted to travel spirally in the said casing and having a spiral groove, the lower end of the said groove being closed by the casing bottom at the time the valve is seated on the said bottom and the groove being open for the passage of the liquid at the time the valve is off the bottom, and a projection on the said casing and engaging the said spiral valve groove to cause the valve to travel in a spiral path.
3. A non-refillable bottle provided with a valve casing held in the neck of the bottle and having an apertured bottom, and a valve mounted to travel spirally in the said casing and having a spiral groove, the lower end of the said groove being closed by the casing bottom at the time the valve is seated on the said bottom and the groove being open for the passage of the liquid at the time the Valve is off the bottom, the said valve having an air vent extending from the top of the valve downward into the groove at a point near the lower end thereof.
l. A non-refillable bottle provided with a valve casing having a projection at the inside and provided with an opening at the bottom, a valve adapted to be seated on the said casing bottom and mounted to slide and to turn in the said valve casing, the valve having a spiral groove on its peripheral face, the groove extending from the bottom of the valve to the top thereof and the lower end of the groove being closed by the said casing bottom at the time the valve is seated on the bottom, the said projection extending into the said groove to cause the valve to turn on moving inward or outward in the casing, the said valve having a vent hole extending downward from thetop of the valve into the groove near the lower end thereof.
5. A non-refillable bottle provided with a valve casing having a projection at the inside and provided with an opening at the bottom, a valve adapted to be seated on the said casing bottom and mounted to slide and to turn in the said valve casing, the valve having a spiral groove on its peripheral face, the groove extending from the bottom of the valve to the top thereof and the lower end of the groove being closed by the said casing bottom at the time the valve is seated on the bottom, the said projection extending into the said groove to cause the valve to turn on moving inward or outward in the casing, the said valve Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents. Washington, I). C.
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