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US1111846A
US1111846A US79334513A US1913793345A US1111846A US 1111846 A US1111846 A US 1111846A US 79334513 A US79334513 A US 79334513A US 1913793345 A US1913793345 A US 1913793345A US 1111846 A US1111846 A US 1111846A
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  • One of the objects of .the invention is to provide. such vehicles with simple, positive 25 'and reliable means-for elevatin a 'suitable receiving bucket from a position on the groundv to a position over the vehicle-bodyand for automatically inverting it todump its contents, on reaching the properl position.
  • a further object isv to so construct the.
  • vbucket may be invertedl at different points'y over the .vehicle-body to distribute the load.
  • Figure l is a' side elevation of a vehicle body eq'u ip p ed -witl afpreferrd form ofmy lmproved power loading mechanism
  • .2 is a detailA elevation showing one form ofbucketlift ing'arm with operating connectlons and counterbalance'device carried thereby
  • Fig.J 3 isa fragmentary detail of. a part of the@ bucket dumping means.
  • This body isshown as an unusually high ,one to illustrate the possibilities of I'nyin-I vention for -easily filling such .a body .amd thushandling 'large loads.
  • the tops of the body sides are preferably formed with arcuate -u ward lextensions intermediate of the.; lengt thereof .as indicated at 1 3. These i. raised x.arcuate portions serve a'doubleV furnishing retaining. wallsl tof..
  • FIG. 2 l show a form of the invention wherein the lifting arms 16 instead of having an external gear segment 18 are equipped with an internal gear segment 18 engaged by an operating pinion 19 which may be mounted on a shaft 2G with operating conne'ctions the same as Vform.
  • suitable means maybe employed for partly or wholly counterbalancing the weight or" the bucket and its contents.
  • a counterin the first described weight 39 may be applied to onev or-both oiethe bucket-carryingarms 16? for this purose.
  • the present embodiment to be considered as illustrative and not restrictive to the ⁇ appended yclannsto indicate the scope of the pins 83mounted on the side of the .body and projecting inward therefrom invention.
  • the gear wheel 27 might be constructed in the form oi ya ear segment, if desired, as only a portion o its toothed -periphery is requiredin practice.
  • Apparatus 'of the kind described comprising a vehicle-body, vertically-swinging arms carried by the body, a receiving-bucket having trunnions j ournaled directly arms, and coperating means on the bucket and the vehicle-body whereby the bucket is .automatically inverted for dumping as it comes vto position-over the bodyz.
  • Apparatus of the kind described coinprising a vehicle-body, vertically-swinging arms carried by the body, the vehiclewheels and axles for lifting said arms, a receiving-bucket having trunnions journaled directly on 'said arms, and coperating means on the bucket and the vehiclebody whereby the bucket is -lautomatically inverted for dumping as it comes to position over the body.
  • AnJ apparatus of the kind described comprising a vehicle-body, vertically-swinging' arms pivoted to the body, a receiving bucket. j ournaledonl said arms andl carrying a gearwlieel, the vehicle-body carrying 'a gear-rack arranged to be engaged by said wheel for automatically inverting the bucket,
  • Apparatus of the kind described comprising a vehicle body, Swingin g arms mounted on the body, a receiving bucket journaled at the ends of said arms, and means foreiie'cting a turning over of the bucket to dump the same as it comes to a predetermined position over the body, said means consisting of a toothed member rigid with the bucket and a vseries of pins disposed in an are at the top of thebody, certain of said pins being movable to inoperative position to permit theb'ucket to pass the same before being dumped.
  • Apparatus of the kind described comprising a vehicle-body, a receiving bucket, and means for inverting the bucket for dumping at a determinate position over the body, said means consisting in teeth rigid with 'the bucket, and coperative means on the body for engaging said teeth, including a lswinging plate and pins carried thereby to be movable. out of operative position, er-
  • Apparatus of the kind described comprising a vehicle body, swinging arms mounted on the body, a receiving bcket carried 'by said, arms to rest on the "ground and. be lifted up over the body fof dumping at Wi11,”c ⁇ op eratiye means on the bucket and body for automatically inverting the bucket for dulnping as it comes to position over the body,- andnmeans for ⁇ operating said arms to lift the bucket;l said means-*consisting in gear segments formed rigid with the arms and motor operated gear connections 'engagingv said gear segments.

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O. W. MAYBE. POWER LOADING WAGON. APPLIGATce: FILED 00T. 4. 191s.
Patented $6116.29, 1914.
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15 or motor driven vehicles. While: having other .and .more general fields of usefulness (the invention is'well adaptedfor use in the ash, garbage and refuse collecti/'ons of cities, being adapted to receive and handle both.
y zo. heavy- 4and. l ulkg5.r` loose ,material rapidly and easily with a minimum of manual labor andv attention One of the objects of .the invention is to provide. such vehicles with simple, positive 25 'and reliable means-for elevatin a 'suitable receiving bucket from a position on the groundv to a position over the vehicle-bodyand for automatically inverting it todump its contents, on reaching the properl position. 1 7
A further object isv to so construct the.
automatic dumping mechanism that the..
vbucket may be invertedl at different points'y over the .vehicle-body to distribute the load. Referring to the drawings: Figure lis a' side elevation of a vehicle body eq'u ip p ed -witl afpreferrd form ofmy lmproved power loading mechanism; .2 is a detailA elevation showing one form ofbucketlift ing'arm with operating connectlons and counterbalance'device carried thereby; Fig.J 3 isa fragmentary detail of. a part of the@ bucket dumping means. `The wagon bodyis indicated;y at 10l equipped withtusualorw suitable" frontend rear "rolling stock ll'and 12 respectively.. This body isshown as an unusually high ,one to illustrate the possibilities of I'nyin-I vention for -easily filling such .a body .amd thushandling 'large loads. The tops of the body sides are preferably formed with arcuate -u ward lextensions intermediate of the.; lengt thereof .as indicated at 1 3. These i. raised x.arcuate portions serve a'doubleV furnishing retaining. wallsl tof..
Speoieation of-'Lettei's l'Pat-ent. .Application led October 4,51913. Serielle. 793,345.
hold the. natural l'the 'middle of raised portions also servmg as a -mountin for-pins adapted to 'effect the dumpingo .theireceiving bucket as hereinafter e'x plalned;i The receiving bucket intowhich? the garbage o r other material lto be handled l1s deposited, is indicated at 14" of tapering fform so -as ilkewlse more easily dumpedwhen inverted.
its sides, 4somewhat above its center of gravfmounted on 'journal bearings'17- ata pointy well down onthe body. The arms' -16 'are jextended beyond their pivotal support 17-to form arcuate extensions equipped with gear segmbcnts 18 engageable by pinions; 19 o'n -a gshaf 20 ]ournaled at the. base -pf the-'body .and extending thereacross. This shaft 2O '.21 whereby. the mechanism may .be manually operated when desired. I preferabl 4videalsomotor operated' means for ifting :the bucket and -tothis-endl show a shaft 22 mounted atthe side of the body having ear ibeing driven. by suitable gear ifrom .a motor 25 shown as mounted beneathi the driversfseat 26.i f The carrying arms -16 4are-of such length yias lto permitthe bucketl to rest on the ground veniently filledv and to carry the up omite-body. ltipped'or 1inverted@for dumping it, 2 Asa means for tipping over and dumping; &'the bucket-.whenit comes to position over' the body, Ix. at: oneside thereof a gear dr fpin .wheel 2 7 'concentric .with the .j ournal axis jThe'teethfof this wheel are engageable' by a vseries of pins mounted lnear the top lld bucketftions 13 of the body and.` it" may now be 'noted. tha.t theseI raised lside body portions preformed onwanardconcentric with the' .swingingr jthat they will engage and 0. erate the teeth iofgwheeli27. These pins Vvt us practically Jpinsso that a` set 28- ofthem which thel 'wheel'27 would lfirstkengage on cdming over.
lthe .top reali-portion up of the refuse near vthe body,l and one of thesef to' be convenient for. filling' and I Thisbuc'ket has journals Ortrunnions 1-5 at fity pivotally engaged with the ends of arms 16l at `the sldesof the body, these arms'beingi- A'z'zs ghas fixed thereto' at one. sidea hand crankl .prokfy ,connection 23 with the shaft 2 0, this sha t22'i connections24` I at -the rear of the vehiclebody` to 'be' conwhere it is automatically edge of one ofthe raised arcuate side pory :axis'17 of the bucket, `said 'pinsF-I heing llkewisesconcentrically1.mountedI so 'les Lfform j-a gear rack.;l I preferablymountfsaid cesses in the plate to hold the swung-out of operative .position at will. .To this end this set of pins 28 instead of being carried by 'the side. of the body itself are carried by a plate 29 swingingly mountedv at 30 withl an outwardly projectingoperating handle. 31 and a spring pressed engaging detent 32'adapted to engage-one of two reins either in operative or inoperative position at will. These pins when in operative position project through holes in the side of the body to a point where they will engage the 'teeth of wheel 27 to turn the bucket over-for dumping, butwhenthe plate 29 is swung out, said pins are withdrawnpso that they do not engage the teeth of wheel 27 but permit the y bucket to rpass this point without being turned over for dumping. ln this case the teeth ofwheel 27 are engaged by -a succeeding" set of.
so that the bucket will be dumped as shown substantially over the center of the body. lt` is to "be understood that this showing is --merely illustrative and that any desired number of sets of pins or any equiyalent Vrneansadjustable'as may be found most advantageous lfor dumping into diderent parts ot lthe body may be employed within the spirit of my invention. f
,ln Fig. 2 l show a form of the invention wherein the lifting arms 16 instead of having an external gear segment 18 are equipped with an internal gear segment 18 engaged by an operating pinion 19 which may be mounted on a shaft 2G with operating conne'ctions the same as Vform.
lt desired,7 suitable means maybe employed for partly or wholly counterbalancing the weight or" the bucket and its contents. Forexample, as shown in Fig. 2, a counterin the first described weight 39 may be applied to onev or-both oiethe bucket-carryingarms 16? for this purose.
lt is to 'be-'observed that the operating mechanism required for lifting and dump- 'ing the bucket is exceedingly simple and o rnew parts with nothing ever likely to etout of order and that the dumping of the, ucket as well as the turning back thereof 4to receiving position entirely automatic, the dumping being edected with-certainty and precision at the desired part 'of the body. Furtherthe raised arcuate top portions i3 at the sides of the body. permit. lling of the saine with a larger load andat. the same time provide a convenient mounting tor the dumping pins.
. l am aware that the invention can' be'ern-A bodied 1n various other specific forms Vas to details of construction without departing Y from the spirit thereof4 and I therefore desire the present embodiment to be considered as illustrative and not restrictive to the `appended yclannsto indicate the scope of the pins 83mounted on the side of the .body and projecting inward therefrom invention. For example, the gear wheel 27 might be constructed in the form oi ya ear segment, if desired, as only a portion o its toothed -periphery is requiredin practice.
Having ydescribed my invention what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent is: l y
l. Apparatus 'of the kind described, comprising a vehicle-body, vertically-swinging arms carried by the body, a receiving-bucket having trunnions j ournaled directly arms, and coperating means on the bucket and the vehicle-body whereby the bucket is .automatically inverted for dumping as it comes vto position-over the bodyz.
2. Apparatus of the kind described, coinprising a vehicle-body, vertically-swinging arms carried by the body, the vehiclewheels and axles for lifting said arms, a receiving-bucket having trunnions journaled directly on 'said arms, and coperating means on the bucket and the vehiclebody whereby the bucket is -lautomatically inverted for dumping as it comes to position over the body.
3. AnJ apparatus of the kind described, comprising a vehicle-body, vertically-swinging' arms pivoted to the body, a receiving bucket. j ournaledonl said arms andl carrying a gearwlieel, the vehicle-body carrying 'a gear-rack arranged to be engaged by said wheel for automatically inverting the bucket,
and means for lifting said arms.l
4. An apparatus .of the kind described,
lcomprising a vehicle-body, vertically-swingon said ing arms pivoted to the body, a receiving bucket journaled on said arms and carrying a gear wheel, the vehicle-body .carrying Va gear-rack `curved concentrically with saidarm-pivots and arranged to be engaged by said gear wheel when said arms are elevated, and means for lifting. said arms.
5. Apparatus of the kind described, comprising a vehicle body, Swingin g arms mounted on the body, a receiving bucket journaled at the ends of said arms, and means foreiie'cting a turning over of the bucket to dump the same as it comes to a predetermined position over the body, said means consisting of a toothed member rigid with the bucket and a vseries of pins disposed in an are at the top of thebody, certain of said pins being movable to inoperative position to permit theb'ucket to pass the same before being dumped.
6. Apparatus of the kind described, comprising a vehicle-body, a receiving bucket, and means for inverting the bucket for dumping at a determinate position over the body, said means consisting in teeth rigid with 'the bucket, and coperative means on the body for engaging said teeth, including a lswinging plate and pins carried thereby to be movable. out of operative position, er-
being dumped, and means'forraising the bucket to dumping position.
7. Apparatus of the kind described, comprising a vehicle body, swinging arms mounted on the body, a receiving bcket carried 'by said, arms to rest on the "ground and. be lifted up over the body fof dumping at Wi11,"c`op eratiye means on the bucket and body for automatically inverting the bucket for dulnping as it comes to position over the body,- andnmeans for` operating said arms to lift the bucket;l said means-*consisting in gear segments formed rigid with the arms and motor operated gear connections 'engagingv said gear segments. I y
In testimony whereof, I have signed my name tothis specification, in the presence 'of two subscribingwitnesses.
CHARLES W. MAjYER. Witnesses: v
ESTHER M. LOVE, JACOB L. ALBRECHT.
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