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US1300651A
US1300651A US26312218A US26312218A US1300651A US 1300651 A US1300651 A US 1300651A US 26312218 A US26312218 A US 26312218A US 26312218 A US26312218 A US 26312218A US 1300651 A US1300651 A US 1300651A
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R. N. ROBBINS.
FOUNTAIN SHAVING BRUSH. APPLICATION FILED No v.19. 191a.
Patented Aprf 15, 19E).
1 J E% Z? FOUNTAIN SHAVING-BRUSH.
Application filed November 19. 1918. Serial No. 263,122.
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lie it known that L' R-ar N. Romnxs, a citizen of the linited States, residing at East Orange, in the county of Essex and State of New Jersey, have invented certainne'w and I useful Improvements in Fountain Shaving- Brushes, of which the following is a full, clear, and exact specification.
This invention relates to fountain brushes, particularly designed for use as shaving brushes but also adapted for other similar uses. f
It is the aim of the invention to provide a brush of this kind which is simple in construction, entirely sanitary because it'can be readily taken apart for cleaning, and which will not leak or accidentally discharge the liquid soap into the brush head when note desired. A special object is to protectthe soap feeding valve when the brush is not in use, so that said valve cannot be. accident-ally operated to feed soap to the brush head at such times, as when the brush is carried in the pocket or grip.
The invention will be first hereinafter described in connection with the accompanying drawings, which constitute part of this specification, and then more specifically dc fined in the claims at the end of the description.
' In the accompanying drawings, in which similar reference characters are used to designate correspornling, parts throughout the several views Figure 1 is a longitudinal central section of a brush made substantially in accordance with this invention and showing'the cover or shield in place over the brush head and soap feeding valve Fig. 2 is an elevation of the brush with the cover or shield removed, and
Fig. His a section on the line lll-lll of Fig. 2. but also showing the shield around the plug.
The brush comprims a soap container 1 which in addition to holding a supply of liquid soap 2 also serves as the handle of the brush when in. use. The open end. of said part 1 is exteri'ially screw threaded at 3 to receive the cover or shield r, and internally screw threaded at 5 to receive the plug 6 which is threaded at its other end to receive the brush head 8 as at 7. said brush head having bristles 9 preferably rubber-set therein.
Specification of Letters Patent.
1 as illustrated in Fig.
tented Apr. 15, 1919.
The plug (3 has an axial passage 10 leading from the soap reservoir and registering with a passage 23 in the brush which passages drops of liquid soap may be fed to the bristles as indicated at 21 in Fig. 1. This feeding of the soap is normally interrupted by a valve member 12 which is fitted to slide in a transverse passage or bore 11 which crosses the feed passage 10 in the plug 6. The valve member 12 is provided with a port or feed opening 13 therethrough, and when said opening 13 is brought into register with the passage l().'it is evident that the soap may be fed to the brush head as alread described. Normally. however, the valve member 12 is retained with its feed port 13 out of register with the passage 10 by means of a spring 15 arranged in a recess 17 at one end of the bore 11 and bearing at its opposite ends against a washer or disk 14 suitably secured to the adjacent end of the valve member, and an adjustable cap 16 screw threaded as at 18 in the outer end portion of said cavity or recessl'l. If the spring should lose its tension after extended use, such loss may be taken up by screwing the cap 16 farther into the, recess 17.
The valve member is designed to be 0pel'atcd for bringing the port. 13 into register with" the passage 10 by pressing the finger againstthe finger piece 19 carried by the opposite end of the valve member and seated in a recess 20 at the corresponding end of the bore 11. The recess 20 is deep enough to permit the finger piece to be pressed in until the port 13 registers with the passage 10, and when the valve is in normal closed position, 1, the finger piece is of the plug 6, so that may he slipped over protecting it from actlush with the outside the cover or shield 4 said finger piece for cidcntal operation.
The several parts of the brush may be easily taken apart for cleaning by simply unscrewing them at 3, 5 and 7. The cover or shield 4 is detached at 3 each time the brush is to be used. The valve member may also be easily removed by first. taking out the cap 16 and spring 15, then detaching the disk 14 by removing the screw Q-t which holds it to the valve member, and then withdrawing said valve member from the other end of the bore 11. The shield is preferably provided with vent openings 22, Fig. 1.
head through Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent of the United States is:
1. In a fountain brush, the combination with areservoir for liquid soap, and a brush head having a. passage for feeding soap to the bristles of the brush, there being a transverse bore intersecting said passage and ha ving an eiilar ed recess at one end, a valve member fitte to slide in said bore, a spring housed in said recess and bearing against one end of the valve member for normally retaining it in closed position, and an adjustable cap in the outer end portion of said recess for adjusting the tension of the spring.
2. In a fountain brush, the combination with a reservoir for liquid soap, and a brusln head having a passage for feeding soap to the bristles of the brush, there being a transverse bore intersecting said passage and ha ving enlarged recesses at both ends, a valve member fitted to slide in said bore, a finger piece housed in one recess and carried by said valve member, a disk detachably connected to the other end of said valve member and housed in the other recess, a spring also I housed in the recess with the disk and beariiig against the same for normally retaining the valve member in closed position with the finger piece flush with the outside of the brush head, and a cap reinovably arranged iii the outer end of the spring carrying recess and constituting a bearing for said spring.
3. In a fountain brush, the combination.
with a reservoir for liquid soap, and a brush head having a passage foi'"""fecding soap to the bristles ofthe brush, there being a transverse bore intersecting said passage, a valve member titted to slide in said bore, a finger piece housed in one end portion of the bore and carried by said valve member, a spring housed in the other end portion of the bore and bearing against the valve member for normally retaining it in closed position, means for limiting the out of the finger piece and valve i'iieiiiber to a positimi where said finger piece is flush with the outside of the brush head, and a cap reiiiovablyiii-tinged in the outer end of the spring carrying end portion of the bore and constituting a bearing for said spring.
In testimony whereof I have signed my name to this specification.
RAY N. ROBBIN 'ard movement
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Cited By (4)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2482653A (en) * 1944-12-27 1949-09-20 John H Champagne Combined shaving brush and shaving cream dispenser
US3231923A (en) * 1964-01-03 1966-02-01 Gaines William Augustine Magazine type shaving brush
US6056467A (en) * 1995-08-08 2000-05-02 L'oreal Assembly for dispensing a liquid product through a product dispensing member
US20060215484A1 (en) * 2005-03-24 2006-09-28 Jared Sokoloff Emulsion whisk

Cited By (4)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2482653A (en) * 1944-12-27 1949-09-20 John H Champagne Combined shaving brush and shaving cream dispenser
US3231923A (en) * 1964-01-03 1966-02-01 Gaines William Augustine Magazine type shaving brush
US6056467A (en) * 1995-08-08 2000-05-02 L'oreal Assembly for dispensing a liquid product through a product dispensing member
US20060215484A1 (en) * 2005-03-24 2006-09-28 Jared Sokoloff Emulsion whisk

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