US1625300A - Apparatus foe washing ice-cream cam s - Google Patents

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a l I Apnl 19, 927 c. G. DAVIS APPARATUS FOR WASHING ICE CREAM CANS Filed June 1926 ELBJJ avia- 2 I ,fzi flmmw s Patented Apr. 19, 1927..
CLEVELAND DAVIS, OF GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN.
APPARATUS FOR WASHING ICE-CREAM CANS.
Application filed June 22,
The present invention relates to can wash- Eng apparatus and more particularly to ap paratus for cleaning cans in which 1ce cream, ices and other frozen delicacies are marketed.
The invention consists of a tub or like receptacle, a splash board at the back and ends thereof, a rack suspended within the upper portion of the tub to receive the cans, a pipe for supplymg hot water, steam or other medium, a distributing pipe wlthin the tub and extending below the rack, and 'alved nozzles for delivering the cleansing medium in jets against: the inner walls of the cans to tl'ioroughly cleanse the same.
While the drawings illustrate a preferred embodiment of the invention, it is to be understood that in adapting the means to meet specific needs and requiren'ients, the design may be varied and such other changes in the minor details of construction may be resorted to within the scope of the invention claimed, without departing from the spirit thereof.
For a full understanding of the invention and the merits thereof, reference is to be had to the following description and the drawings hereto attached, in which,
Figure 1 is a perspective View of apparatus embodying the invention, particularly designed for washing or cleaning ice cream cans, the dotted lines showing one of the cans in position, and
Figure 2 is a vertical transverse sectional view thereof.
(Mi-responding and like parts are referred to in the following description and designated in both views of the drawings by like reference characters.
The stand, or supporting structure in eludes a' rectangular fame I and legs 2, the latter being preferably of L-form so as to embrace the corners of the tub or receptacle 3 which is provided at the top of its sides or walls with an outer flange 4; to overhang and rest upon the f ame 1. The bottom of the tub or receptacle 3 is of synclinal form and a valve 5 is provided at one end at the lowest point to draw off the contents when it is required to drain the tub. A splash-board 6 is provided at the back and partly along the ends of the tub adjacent the back and a top 7 projects forwardly from the back of the splash-board 6 and connects with the portions at the ends of the tub. The top 7 prevents jets of steam or water from being thrown to a height to splash 1926. Serial No. 117,815.
the ceiling, walls or floor of a room or other place in which the apparatus may be located. The back and end portions of the splashboard rise from the outer edge of the overhanging portion a of the tub.
A rack 8 is suspended within the upper rear portion of the tub 3 and comprises spaced longitudinal bars having opposite end portions bent vertically to extend along the ends of the tub, thence laterally to overhang and restupon the tub, whereby to support the rack. Ti lie cans to be washed are in vcrted upon the rack 8 and jets of water, stean'i or oihcr medium, are delivered within the cans agaii'ist the bottom and sides thereof in a manner to remove all matter and thoroughly cleanse the interior of the cans, which are thus sterilized and caused to dry without the necessity of wiping the interior of the cans.
The nun'ierai 5) designates a supply pipe which connects with a source of steannwator or other cleansing medium and this pipe extends through the back portion of the splash board 6 and depends to a point adjacent the back of the tub and below the rack 8 where it makes connection with a longitudinally disposed distributing pipe 10 to which valved nozzles 11 are connect ed, said nozzles projecting slightly above the rack 8 and having openings in the top and sides for delivering jets of hot water, steam or the like, against the bottom and inner sides of the cans placed upon the rack 8, The valved. nozzles 11 admit of any one or more of the nozzles being cut-otl' when it is desired to wash only one or a number of cans less than the number of nozzles, thereby preventing the waste of 1 it water or steam in the use of the ap paratus. The supply pipe 9 is provided in its length with a valve 12 which admits of controlling the flow of the cleansing medium, such as hot water or steam, to the distributing pipe 10 from which the flow is controlled by the valves of the respective nozzles 11. The tub 3 collects the water and the matter removed from the cans during the washing operation and when it is required to draw off the contents of the tub 3 the valve 5 is opened. While the apparatus is particularly designed for washing the cans in which ice creams, frozen custards, water ices, and the like are packed, nevertheless, it is to be understood that the apparatus may be advantageously used for washing milk cans and analogous containers.
Having thus described the invention, I claim:
1. Can washing apparatus con'iprisinp; a tub a rack suspended within the upper rear portion of the tub, a splash hoard at the hack and ends of the tub adjacent the hack, and including a top extending forwardly from the back and connecting it with the end portion, a supply pipe and a distributing pipe connected with the supply pipe and extending beneath the rack and provided at intervals in its length with valved nozzles.
2. Can Washing apparatus comprising a supporting frame, including legs, a tub having an outer flange at its top to extend over and rest upon the said frame, a rack suspended within the rear portion of the top and l'ltlVil'lg opposite end portions extending vertically, thence outwardly to overlap and rest upon the tub, a Suppl pipe and a distributing pipe connected with the supply pipe and extending beneath the rack and provided at intervals in its length with valved nozzles.
In testimony whereof I aiiix 1n v gi'iai'ure.
CLEVELAND e. DAVIS. 11.3.
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US2506205A (en) * 1948-01-13 1950-05-02 Fry Bonnie Mae Calf feeding device
US2604895A (en) * 1948-05-19 1952-07-29 Harry B Fechter Hollow device cleaning apparatus employing air impulse-generated surges of flowing liquids
US2681657A (en) * 1948-07-14 1954-06-22 Homestead Valve Mfg Co Apparatus for steam cleaning and liquid cleaning internal-combustion engine cooling systems
US3860020A (en) * 1973-07-09 1975-01-14 Jr Milton H King Tray cart washer

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2506205A (en) * 1948-01-13 1950-05-02 Fry Bonnie Mae Calf feeding device
US2604895A (en) * 1948-05-19 1952-07-29 Harry B Fechter Hollow device cleaning apparatus employing air impulse-generated surges of flowing liquids
US2681657A (en) * 1948-07-14 1954-06-22 Homestead Valve Mfg Co Apparatus for steam cleaning and liquid cleaning internal-combustion engine cooling systems
US3860020A (en) * 1973-07-09 1975-01-14 Jr Milton H King Tray cart washer

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