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US1448674A
US1448674A US529910A US52991022A US1448674A US 1448674 A US1448674 A US 1448674A US 529910 A US529910 A US 529910A US 52991022 A US52991022 A US 52991022A US 1448674 A US1448674 A US 1448674A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45DHAIRDRESSING OR SHAVING EQUIPMENT; EQUIPMENT FOR COSMETICS OR COSMETIC TREATMENTS, e.g. FOR MANICURING OR PEDICURING
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Mar. 13, 1923.
A. PlccxoNE v LATHERING DEVICE Filed Jan. 17, 1922 ZI l QZ Y Ii Patented Mar. 13, 1923.
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ANGELO PICCIONE, 0F BUFFALO, NEW YORK; y
'Application filed January 17, 1922. Serialy No. 529,910.
To all whom t may concern K Be it known t-hat l, ANGELO PicoioNnpa subject of the King of Italy7 residing at g Buffalo, in the county of Erie and State of permits of easily and conveniently cleaning the cup and'bi'usli after each shaving operation and thus render the saine more sanitary as well as facilitating the work of the barber. I
In the accompanyingdrawings: Figure l is a vertical section of my improved latliering device. Figure 2 is a horizontal sec tion of the same taken on line 3 2, looking downwardly. Figure 3 is a similar view taken on the saine line but looking upwardly. Figure t is a fragmentary vertical section on line 4 4, Fig. 2. T y
Similar characters of reference indicate corresponding parts throughout the several views.
This lathering. device, in its general construction, comprises' a cup which may be made of metal or any other suitable material to form a cylindrical upright wall l0 and a bottom one part of which is elevated to constitute a shelf 1l upon which the soap and water may be mixed to form lather and another part being depressed yto constitute a bowl or fount 12 in which water is held in which the bristles of the brush are dipped preparatory to mixing the same with the soap for makinglather.
The elevated Ypart ofthe bottom contains an outlet 13 for the discharge of water and soap suds from the cup into the delivery nipple 14 arranged'below the outlet and adapted to be connected at its lower end with a drain pipe leading to a sewer or waste pipe. This outlet is controlled by a vertically movable flushvalve 50 which in its lowered position engages ay seat around the upper edge of the outlet and closes the latter but which may be raised to uncover the out-- let and permit the contents of the cup to be washed out and discharged through the outlet. The water for thus flushing or washing out the cup is preferably delivered into the same by a spray ring l5 arranged around the inner side of the cup adjacent to the top thereof and connected byavalve le with` a water supply pipe l? onthe outer' side of the cup and provided on its underside with an annular row of perforations 18 through whichv a shower of water in the form of an annular stream is delivered 'downwardly along the inner side of the cup.
immediately below the spray ring a single stream faucetr 19 is arranged to which water may be supplied from the supply pipe 17 by 4opening a valve 2O on the exterior of the cup, i
thereby enabling a barber to wet his hand for'rubbingthe face of a customer preparatory to finishing the shaving operation the customary manner. l
While the cup is being flushed out the upper end of ther same is preferably closed by a cover 2l to prevent splashing outside, this cover being preferably pivotally connected on one side of its edge to the upper edge ofthe A*cup by a hinge 22, so that the cover can be swung downwardly over the upper end of the cup for closing the saine or upwardly for luncovering the cup when Means are preferably provided for holding ment with the upper side of the edge portion of the cover opposite its hinge by, a
spring 24 `interposedbetween the cup and catch.
rThe opening and closing of the flush valve iii Aee the same` is required for making lather.K
inthe bottom of the cupisk preferably effectedautomatically upon closing and opening the cup. The preferred means yfor this purpose shown in the drawings comprise a vertically-swinging rock lever 25 connected v at its inner end with yar stem 26 projecting downwardly from the lower side ofthe flush valve, and an upright vertically reciprocating shifting rod 27 connected at its lower end with the outer end of the rock lever and adapted to be engaged atnits upper endby the cover when the latter is closed7 and springs 28.y 29 operating to vturn the lever in the direction for closing the flush if'alve. When theA cover is open the springs 28, 29 close the flush valve and thus retain the soap suds or foam in the cup for use by the barber on the face of the customer, but upon closing the cover the flush valve is opened automatically, thereby permitting the water The lever is arranged in a horizontal chan- .nel 80 extending from the side of the cup to the discharge nipple and is pivoted between its outer and inner ends to a bracket 3l dcpending from the top of this channel. In order to render this channel accessible for inspect-ion, adjustment or repairing the parts within the same, rthe bottom of the cup is constructed in sections, one section 32 being `preferably liixed and forming a permanent part of the bottoni and connect-ed with the side walls and bottoni of the channel, and the other section 33 forming the top of the channel and detachably connected wit-li the fixed section of the cup bottoni 'by screws 34. The Hush outlet of the cup is preferably formed partly on the fixed and partly in the detachable section ofthe cup bottom. rlhe shifting rod is preferably ai'- iaiiged on the inner side of the cup and guided in lugs 35 projecting therefrom. The spring 28 has a pushing e'ect and the spring Q9 a pulling effect, but if desired any other suitable spring arrangement may be einployed.
The brush whereby the lather is formed in the cup and applied to the face of the customer is preferably suspended on the inner side of the cup when not in use for which purpose a clasp- 36 is arranged on the inner side ofthe cup above the water fount, so that rupon engaging the handle 3T of the brushwitli this clasp, the bristles 3S on the lower end thereof are arranged in the fount, as shown in Figs. l and 2. TWhile the brush is in this position, the' same may be washed by streams of water issuing from one or more jets A39 projecting outwardly from the inner side of the fouiit and connected by a valve 40 with the main water supply pipe sol that the bristles of the brush may` be washed and rinsed when desired while the same is enclosed.
This lathering device is very compact in construction, it has no parts which are likely to get out of order and the 'saine provides a.
very convenient means for expeditiously pro-` ducing lather for shaving a customer and then cleaning out the cup for promoting sanitation.
I claim as my invention: l
l. A lathering device, comprising a cup provided in its bottom with an outlet. a vertically movable valve adapted to move upwardlyv to open said outlet and down wardly to close the' same, a cover pivoted to the upper end of said cup, a lever connected with said valve and an upright rod connected at its lower end with said lever and adapted to be engaged at its upper end by said cover.
2. A latliering device, comprising acup vprovided in itsbottom with an outlet, a nipple arranged below said outlet, and a Ahorizontal rchannel leading from the side of the cup to said nipple, a valve movable vertically toward and from said outlet, a rock lever arranged in said channel connected at its inner end with said valve, an upright shifting rod guided on the inner side of said cup and connected at its lower end with said lever, a spring for turning said lever iii the direction for closing said valve and raising said rod, and a cover pivoted to the upper end of said cup and adapted when moved downwardly into its closed position to engage the upper end of said rod and depress the same for opening said valve.
3. A lathering device, comprising a cup provided at its bottom with an outlet, a nipple arranged below said outlet, and a horizontal channel leading from the side of the cup to said nipple, a valve movable vertically toward and from said outlet, a rock lever arranged in said channel connected at its inner end with said valve, an upright shiftingrod guided on the inner side of said cup and connected at its lower end with said lever, a spring for turning said lever in the direction for closing said valve and raising said rod, and a cover pivoted to the upper end of said cup and adapted when moved downwardly intov its closed position to engage the upper end of said rod `and depress the saine for opening said valve, the bottom of said cup having a fixed section connected with the side walls of said channel, and a removable section which forms the 'top' of said channel and is detachably connected with said fixed section.
4. irlathering device, comprising a cup having a bottoni one part of which is 4elevated to receive soap and a. part which is depressed to form a water fount, and an o'utlet in said elevated part of the bottom,
`means for supporting a brush on the inner side of said cup with .its bristles projecting downwardly into said fount, and valve controlled water delivery jets projecting loutwardlj7 from the inner part of said fount toward the inner side of the cup and adapted to deliver water against the bristles of the brush. g
ANGELO PICCONE.
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