US1234509A - Mobile frame and carrier for laundry-extractors. - Google Patents

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US1234509A
US1234509A US15013617A US15013617A US1234509A US 1234509 A US1234509 A US 1234509A US 15013617 A US15013617 A US 15013617A US 15013617 A US15013617 A US 15013617A US 1234509 A US1234509 A US 1234509A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B44DECORATIVE ARTS
    • B44DPAINTING OR ARTISTIC DRAWING, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; PRESERVING PAINTINGS; SURFACE TREATMENT TO OBTAIN SPECIAL ARTISTIC SURFACE EFFECTS OR FINISHES
    • B44D3/00Accessories or implements for use in connection with painting or artistic drawing, not otherwise provided for; Methods or devices for colour determination, selection, or synthesis, e.g. use of colour tables
    • B44D3/12Paint cans; Brush holders; Containers for storing residual paint
    • B44D3/123Brush holders independent from paint can, e.g. holders removably attached to paint can
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47JKITCHEN EQUIPMENT; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; APPARATUS FOR MAKING BEVERAGES
    • A47J43/00Miscellaneous implements for preparing or holding food
    • A47J43/28Other culinary hand implements, e.g. spatulas, pincers, forks or like food holders, ladles, skimming ladles, cooking spoons; Spoon-holders attached to cooking pots
    • A47J43/287Holders for spoons or the like attached to cooking pots

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E. TETRAULT- MOBILE FRAME AND CARRIER FOR LAUNDRY EXTRACTORS.

APPLICATION FILED FEB. 21, 1917.

9 Patented. July 24, 1917.

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l E Tllh r AW wmm EUGENE TE'IRAUQQT, or, sn vnrnerron, VERMONIE, assreiron oronnrounrrr To; WILLIAM B. snnr on annenoiaes A. MATI-VIERS, on iznnnineroiv, vnnn onr coMrosIne THE FIRM- o -sranrnon & MATHERS, or BEnN NGr'oN, VERMONT.

MOBILE FRAME AND CARRIER FOR LAUNDRY-EXTRACIOR S.

Specification of Letters Patent.

Application filed February 21, 1917. Serial No. 150,136.

and State of Vermont, have invented cer-' tain new and useful: Improvements in M0- bile Frames and Carriers for Laundry-Extractors, of which the following is a specification.

This invention relates to new and useful improvements in, mobile frame and: carrier for laundry extractors.

The primary object of the invention. is the provision of means antifrictionally mounted for movement upon a laundry extractor. adapted for supporting receptacles adjacent thereto for convenience in placing articles therein or removing the same from A further object of the device is to provide a support forbags andiot-her containers mounted for traveling peripherally of the extractor, greatly assisting in. the operation of the device and: having a foldable means for maintaining a bag in open position as well as being provided with a supporting platform for any form of receptacle.

With these general objects in view and others that will: appear as the nature of the invention is better understood, the same consists in the combination and arrangement of parts hereinafter fully described, illustrated in the accompanying drawing and pointed out in the appended claims.

In the drawing forming a part of this application and in which li'ke numerals refer to corresponding parts throughout the several views:

Figure 1 is a side elevation of a laundry extractor provided with the present device operatively mounted thereon, the bracket portion of the arrangement being indicated by dotted lines in its foldedposition,

Fig. 21s a top plan view thereof,

Fig. 3 is an enlarged detail sectional view through an upper portion of the device, illustrating the anti-friction mounting means therefor, and

Fig. 4 is a detail sectional view of a different anti-frictional form of mounting. for the frame arms.

It being understood that the invention is in the nature of an attachment for a launa dry extractor, the same is herein illustrated in connection with an extractor. 10 having supportingilegs 11, and an annular crown sheet 12, an annular groove 13 belng. formed between the outer edge of the crown. sheet and the body or shell of the extractor.

The. present device broadly consists of a mounting frame 14 antifrictionally mounted upon. the extractor for arcuate movement around the same and provided with a pair of: foldable brackets 15;

The mounting frame 14 consists of opposite. members. 16 having rectangular lower.

portions 17 for supportingplatform boards 18 transversely arranged therein and thereby positioned at suitable distances. above the floor-.19 or othersupport'upon which the ex tractor is mounted by means of legs 11 thereof, said platform boards maintaining the frame members suitably spaced. apart as. a frame structure. Arms 20 perpendicularly project in a convergent manner from the upper end of. the upright portions of the frame members 16 adapted for positioning laterally with respectto thecrownv sheet '12. and: having books 21 upon their free ends for overlying the inner edge or rim. 22 of the crown sheet.

Each of the. arms 20 is provided; with a longitudinal slot 23 therein adapted for the adjustable reception of a bolt 24. having an anti-friction roller 25 j ournaled in the lower or bent end 26 thereof and positioned adjacent the groove 13 for shiftable engagement with theadjacent surface of the extractor for traveling thereon, supporting. the frame 14.

An antifriction ball 27 is secured in any convenient manner as by means of a plate 28, forming a cage, within the concavity. ofeach of the hooked ends of the arms 2.0, such balls being in normal engagement with the aforementioned rim 22: and whereby, as will be better understood from Fig. 3 of the drawing, the frame'ld will be antifrictionally mounted upon the extractor, the only points of contact therewith being the two rollers 25 and balls 27 and 36. A shallow groove or race way 40 may be provided in the rim 22 for the balls 27 if desired.

It will be seen that the bolts 24 may be adjusted longitudinally of the slots 23 for accommodating the device for different widths of crown sheets by manipulating lock nuts 29 carried by the said bolts and Patentednluly 2A, 1917.

by which arrangement the bolts may be partially revolved for moving the roller ends thereof away from the groove 13 and permitting the device to be readily detached from the extractor.

The folding brackets 15, of any desired form, are provided, having their mounting sides fixedly secured by rivets 31 to the upright portions 32 of the frame 1 1, while the supporting top members 33 are connected with the portions 30 by means of the usual form of foldable struts 3-1. The bolts 37, which secure the lower portions 17 of the frame into rectangular formation, are preferably provided with antifriction balls 36 at their inner ends for engaging the adjacent surface of the extractor 10, the said bolts 37 being adjustably arranged. In the operation of the device, with the same mounted for free movement peripherally of the extractor 10, any form of receptacle, such as a bag of saturated apparel or fabric, may be seated upon the platform 18 and held open by means of hooks carried by the top members 33 of the brackets 15, rendering the emptying of the receptacle into the extractor less laborious at any point desired around the extractor, while such receptacle may be also employed for receiving the articles from the extractor after the water has been removed therefrom during the usual operation of the laundrying machine. The device is readily shifted around the extractor by pushing the same, as will be evident, while the brackets 15 may be folded to the position illustrated by dotted lines in Fig. 1 when not desired for use,

such for instance as when a basket or bag is being employed upon the platform 18, the portions 17 of the frame forming protecting sides for anything mounted upon the platform.

In Fig. 4 an arm 20 for the frame is shown similar to the arm 20, illustrated in Fig. 1, and providing an anti-friction roller 41 journaled in the end thereof for overly ing and riding upon the rim 22 of the crown sheet 12 and serving the same function as the hook 21 and ball 27 heretofore described. It will be understood that the frame arms may be provided with either the ball or roller form of bearings or any other suitable attaching arrangement such as covered by the present invention.

While the form of the invention herein shown and described is what is believed to be the preferred embodiment thereof, it is nevertheless to be understood that various forms, modifications and arrangement of the parts may be made without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as claimed.

What I claim as new is:

1. A device of the class described com prising a laundry extractor, a frame antifrictionally mounted for shifting movement thereon, a supporting platform and foldable brackets positioned thereabove carried by said frame.

2. In combination with a laundry extractor, a frame antifrictionally mounted for peripheral movement thereon having side vportions provided with rectangular lower members, a platform secured between said side portions within said lower members, the latter being protectingly arranged adj acent the opposite ends of the platform.

3. In combination with a laundry extractor, a frame antifrictionally mounted for peripheral movement thereon having side portions provided with rectangular lower members, a platform secured between said side portions within said lower members, the latter being protectingly arranged adjacent the opposite ends of the platform and folding brackets arranged above the platform carried by the opposite portions of the frame.

4:. A device of the class described comprising opposite bracket sections, a plat form secured between the lower portions of said sections, perpendicularly projecting converging arms at the upper ends of said sections having terminal hook portions, and hook bolts adjustably carried by the said arms inwardly of the said hook portions.

5. A device of the class described-comprising opposite bracket sections, a platform secured between the lower portions of said sections, perpendicularly projecting converging arms at the upper ends of said sections having terminal hook portions, antifriction balls arranged within the said hook portions, depending hook bolts ad justably carried by said arms between the 05 said hook portions and the adjacent frame section, and antifriction rollers journaled in the ends of the said hook bolts.

6. A device of the class described comprising opposite bracket sections, a platform secured between the lower portions of said sections, perpendicularly projecting converging arms at the upper ends of said sections having terminal hook portions,antifriction balls arranged within the said hook 11 7 a mounting frame, arms carried by the said frame having terminal hook portions overlying the said rim when the device is op eratively arranged, hook bolts adjustably carried by the said arms with their hooked ends positioned adjacent the said groove.

8. An attachment for extractors having a crown plate provided with a rim and an annular groove arranged outwardly therefrom a mounting frame, arms carried by the said frame having terminal hook portions overlying the said rim when the device is 0peratively arranged, hook bolts adjustably carried by the said arms with their hooked ends positioned adjacent the said groove, antifriction balls within the said hook portions of the arms adapted for engagement with the said rim, and anti-friction rollers at the free ends of said hook bolts adapted for engagement with the extractor adjacent the said groove.

9. An attachment for extractors having a crown plate provided with a rim and an annular groove arranged outwardly therefrom a mounting frame, arms carried by the said frame having terminal hook portions overlying the said rim when the device is operatively arranged, hook bolts adjustably carried by the said arms with their hooked ends positioned within the said grooves,

antifriction balls near the said hook portions of the arms adapted for engagement with the said rim, antifriction rollers at the free ends of said hook bolts adapted for engagement with the extractor near the said groove, a supporting platform secured adjacent the lower end of the frame and fold ing brackets carried adjacent the upper end of the frame over the said platform.

10. A11 attachment for extractors having acrown plate provided with a rim and an annular groove arranged outwardly therefrom, a mounting frame, arms carried by the said frame having terminal hook portions overlying the said rim when the device is operatively arranged, hook bolts adjustably carried by the said arms with their hooked ends positioned near the said groove, a supporting platform secured adjacent the lower end of the frame and folding brackets carried adjacent the upper end of the frame over the said platform.

In testimony whereof I affix my signature.

EUGENE TETRAULT.

Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D. G.

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