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US1736057A
US1736057A US232684A US23268427A US1736057A US 1736057 A US1736057 A US 1736057A US 232684 A US232684 A US 232684A US 23268427 A US23268427 A US 23268427A US 1736057 A US1736057 A US 1736057A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47FSPECIAL FURNITURE, FITTINGS, OR ACCESSORIES FOR SHOPS, STOREHOUSES, BARS, RESTAURANTS OR THE LIKE; PAYING COUNTERS
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    • A47F1/08Racks or containers with arrangements for dispensing articles, e.g. by means of gravity or springs dispensing from bottom
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F25REFRIGERATION OR COOLING; COMBINED HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS; HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS; MANUFACTURE OR STORAGE OF ICE; LIQUEFACTION SOLIDIFICATION OF GASES
    • F25DREFRIGERATORS; COLD ROOMS; ICE-BOXES; COOLING OR FREEZING APPARATUS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • F25D31/00Other cooling or freezing apparatus
    • F25D31/006Other cooling or freezing apparatus specially adapted for cooling receptacles, e.g. tanks
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F25REFRIGERATION OR COOLING; COMBINED HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS; HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS; MANUFACTURE OR STORAGE OF ICE; LIQUEFACTION SOLIDIFICATION OF GASES
    • F25DREFRIGERATORS; COLD ROOMS; ICE-BOXES; COOLING OR FREEZING APPARATUS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • F25D2331/00Details or arrangements of other cooling or freezing apparatus not provided for in other groups of this subclass
    • F25D2331/80Type of cooled receptacles
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  • v'This invention relates to improvements in refrigerated bottle dispensers, and is particularly directed to a bottle dispenser wherein an improved arrangement is provided for 5 storing a relatively large quantity of bottles and to permit of the withdrawal of the bottles from the dispenser at positions contiguous to the coolest zone of the dispenser.
  • the invention contemplates further the 10 provision of a dispenser in the form of a cabinet having heat insulatedwalls and wherein l the interior of the cabinet is formed to com-v prise a plurality of bottle containing compartments, which are separated by thin metal- .15 lic walls from the cooling compartment of the cabinet which is adapted to receive mechanical refrigerating units or any other equivalent cooling medium, the bottle receiving compartvided with a zig-zag or staggered guide capable of receiving Ia suitable quant-ity of bottles, and the bottom of each bottle compartment is provided with a movable closure o'r door which, when opened, permits of the withdrawal of the lower bottle from the dispenser, the' arrangement being such that a vplurality of bottles are received within each bottle compartment and are permitted to gravitate toward thebottom tlicreof'in a con- 0 trolled manner as the bottles are individually withdrawn from the bottoni of the compartment, the construction serving to permit the bottles to be handled without damage or the container and-to permit ofthe dispensing of
  • Figure 2 is a horizontal sectional view taken on the of Figure 1
  • Figure 3 is a side elevation of the bottle dispenser, the lower portion thereof being broken away/ to disclose internal construcplane indicated by the line 2-2
  • Figure 4 is an enlarged vertical sectional Referring more particularly to thel draw-v ing the numeral l designates in its entirety the casing or.
  • housing of my improved bottle preferred form of this 'casing comprises a double wall, box like structure having a bottom 2,' end walls 3, front and back Walls 4 and 5 respectively and a removable top wall 6.
  • Each of these walls consists of two thicknesses of metal between which are situated cork board or other eat insulating material.
  • the housing or casing is formed to Ainclude a refrigerant compartment 7 which is adapted in certain embodiments of my invention to receive mechanical refrigerating units 8, or, if desired, the Icompartinent7 may receive ice, solidified carbon dioxide or'any other cooling medium.
  • bottle receiving compartments 9 Situated within the refrigerating compartment-7 and disposed adjacent to the front wall 4 of the casing are a number of bottle receiving compartments 9, which are formedv in this instanceby means of metallic walls l0, which are of substantially U shaped form when viewed in plan, and extend substantially the full height of the compartment 7.
  • the walls l0of adjacent compartments 9 are separated to permit of complete circulation of the refrigerating medium around at least three fullsides of each compartment.
  • the front ofthe compartments 9 are closed by the position. of the inner wall or surface of the front wall 4, the arrangement preventing the refrigerating medium from coming into direct contact with'the commodities positioned within the bottle compartment.
  • each of .these racks has fixed therein a ,plurality vof substantially trian larshaped members 12 the apices .of which being disposed in o set relationship with respectto one another f sothat-each rack provides abottle receiving -channel 13y of vvsubstantially zig-zag form.V
  • the present invention provides'a simple, substantial and easily operated vbottle dispenser which may be used particularly by merchants engaged in the business of selling bottled and sured that the bottle sodispensed will possess refrigerated beverages.
  • the construction enables the merchant to uickly fill hurriedly given orders, particular y during -rush periods of business, and yet the customer is asa proper temperature.
  • a bottle dispenser comprising a casing formed to include heat insulated walls, said casing being provided internally with a, refri erant receiving chamber and a plurality of ottle receiving compartments arranged? vertically, against one of the sidewalls of -said casing, the walls of said compartment being relatively spaced, 4a removable bottle receiving rack positioned within each of said compartments, each ⁇ of said racks being formed to include a bottle-'receiving channel so lformed lthat the bottles positioned horizontally therein occupy angular positions with respect to adjoining bottles, and means provided in said casing contiguous to the bottom of'saidl compartment ermitting of the removal of bottles from sail compartments.
  • a bottle dis enser 4 having a .casin formed to' includel eat insulated walls,'sai casing being formed internally to includeV a refrigerant receiving chamber and a plurality o vertical bottle receivin com artments extending substantially, t roug out the f height of the refri erant chamber, a remov'' 120 able rack positioned within each 'of said compart-ments and adapted for the reception of 'a plurality of horizontall arranged bottles,
  • each of said racks being ormed to receive-a bottle receiving channel of substantially zigzag form wherein adjacent bottles impinge upon one another but do not occupy the same vertical plane, means provided in connection with said casing permitting of the removal of bottles from the lower ends of each of said 130 bottle receiving compartments, and means providedin the top of said casing permitting of the removal 'of each of said removable racks.
  • a bottle dispenser comprising a casing V formed to include heat insulated walls, said casing being provided internally with a refrifferant receiving chamberl and a plurality of cbottle receiving compartments arranged lo vertically against one of the side Walls of said casing, the Walls of said compartments being relatively spaced, a removable bottle.
  • each of said racks being formed to i include a plurality of substantially angular shaped members the a'pices of which beingv disposed in offset relationship with respect to one another providing a bottle receiving channel so thatthe bottles positioned horizontally therein occupy angular positionsl with respect to adjoining bottles, means provided in said casing contiguous to the bottom of said compartments permitting of the removal of bottles from said compartments and means provided in the side of said casing permitting of the removal of eachl of said bottle receiving racks.
  • a bottle dispenser having a casing -ormed to include an internally disposed re- 3e frigerant receiving chamber, a plurality of vertical bottle receiving compartments disposed adjacent to one of the side- Walls of said casing, each of said bottle receiving compartments being surrounded on three sides bythe refrigerant receiving'chamber and v each of said bottle receiving compartments being provided with a bottle channel having relatively olf-set angularly disposed Walls which produce aachannel of substantially zigzag form, said channel being ada ted to receivev bottles arrangedV horizonta ly therein andin such manner that the bottle immediately above a given bottle will impinge upon vsaid ⁇ given bottle but will ,occupy a vertical plane oiiset angularly from the vertical v .plane of said given bottleand means formed in connection with the lower part of said casing for permitting of the withdrawal of bottles from said compartment.

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vNov. 19, 1929. A. E. SMITH v 1,736,057
REFRIGERATED BOTTLE DISPENSER Eil'ed'Novf 11. 1927 2 'Smeets-sheet 1 attorney Nov. 19, 1929.
A E. SMITH REFRIGERATED BOTTLE DISPENSER Filed NOV. ll, 1927 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 3mm/Hoz Hofe/7 E 5/77/#7 aan,
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. Patented Nov.' 1-9, 19.29
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE;
' AnEN E. SMITH, 0F COLUMBUS, oHIo, ASSIGNoR To THE D. A. EBINGER SANITARY MFG.
CO., OF COLUMBUS, OHIO, .A CORPORATION OF OHIO BEFIGERATED BOTTLE DISPENSER y y Application' led November i1, 1927. 4Serial No. 232,684. -I
v'This invention relates to improvements in refrigerated bottle dispensers, and is particularly directed to a bottle dispenser wherein an improved arrangement is provided for 5 storing a relatively large quantity of bottles and to permit of the withdrawal of the bottles from the dispenser at positions contiguous to the coolest zone of the dispenser.
The invention contemplates further the 10 provision of a dispenser in the form of a cabinet having heat insulatedwalls and wherein l the interior of the cabinet is formed to com-v prise a plurality of bottle containing compartments, which are separated by thin metal- .15 lic walls from the cooling compartment of the cabinet which is adapted to receive mechanical refrigerating units or any other equivalent cooling medium, the bottle receiving compartvided with a zig-zag or staggered guide capable of receiving Ia suitable quant-ity of bottles, and the bottom of each bottle compartment is provided with a movable closure o'r door which, when opened, permits of the withdrawal of the lower bottle from the dispenser, the' arrangement being such that a vplurality of bottles are received within each bottle compartment and are permitted to gravitate toward thebottom tlicreof'in a con- 0 trolled manner as the bottles are individually withdrawn from the bottoni of the compartment, the construction serving to permit the bottles to be handled without damage or the container and-to permit ofthe dispensing of various kinds of beverages 1n aseparate and easily regulated manner.
VWith these and other objects in View, as'
will appear as theA description proceeds, the invention consists in the novel features of construction, combinations of elements and arrangements of parts hereinafter to be more '45 fully described 'and'pointed out in the apdispenser. The
ments being each provided with a rack pro-- breakage, tov enable the bottle possessing the lowest temperature to be withdrawn from Figure 2 :is a horizontal sectional view taken on the of Figure 1,/ Figure 3 is a side elevation of the bottle dispenser, the lower portion thereof being broken away/ to disclose internal construcplane indicated by the line 2-2 Figure 4 is an enlarged vertical sectional Referring more particularly to thel draw-v ing the numeral l designates in its entirety the casing or. housing of my improved bottle preferred form of this 'casing comprises a double wall, box like structure having a bottom 2,' end walls 3, front and back Walls 4 and 5 respectively and a removable top wall 6.- Each of these walls consists of two thicknesses of metal between which are situated cork board or other eat insulating material. Interiorly the housing or casing is formed to Ainclude a refrigerant compartment 7 which is adapted in certain embodiments of my invention to receive mechanical refrigerating units 8, or, if desired, the Icompartinent7 may receive ice, solidified carbon dioxide or'any other cooling medium.
Situated within the refrigerating compartment-7 and disposed adjacent to the front wall 4 of the casing are a number of bottle receiving compartments 9, which are formedv in this instanceby means of metallic walls l0, which are of substantially U shaped form when viewed in plan, and extend substantially the full height of the compartment 7. The walls l0of adjacent compartments 9 are separated to permit of complete circulation of the refrigerating medium around at least three fullsides of each compartment. The front ofthe compartments 9 are closed by the position. of the inner wall or surface of the front wall 4, the arrangement preventing the refrigerating medium from coming into direct contact with'the commodities positioned within the bottle compartment.
Arrangedto be'positioned within eachof the compartments 9 is a bottle holder or rack 11, which can be inserted Within the compartments or removed `therefrom by Way of ,theremovable top wall .6. Theseracks orl holders are of peculiar designand, as shown more particularly in Figures l 'and 4, each of .these racks has fixed therein a ,plurality vof substantially trian larshaped members 12 the apices .of which being disposed in o set relationship with respectto one another f sothat-each rack provides abottle receiving -channel 13y of vvsubstantially zig-zag form.V
m This arrangement permits1the'fbottle to be inserted horizontally within each rack up to the full holding capacity of :the channel 13,-and theconstruction is suchV that upon the removal of the ylower bottle contained within 5 each rack, the bottles above the same will gravitate slowly yet positively in adownward directionl so 'that there is always a bottle at the extreme lower end of thechannel. Inasmuch as' this is the coldest partfof each comf partment 9, it follows that lthe bottle withdrawn from the rack 'will Lpossess thelowest temperature and will therefore be more suitable for beverage purposes. The racks may be filled with bottles when disposed exteriorly disposed at substantially 30 ldegrees with re spect to the horizontal. This enables the bottles to work downwardly in the relatively slow but positive manner desired and pre- 40' vents theI same from sticking .'or jamming within the channel 13.`
To .remove thebottles the front wall 4 of the casing, contiguous to the bottom wall 2,
is provided with a multiplicity (rf openings 445 14,which,ar`e arranged 1n registration with `the extreme lower end of the bottle compartment 9.- These openings are closed normally by means of individual doors 15, which are' formed to include spring hinge mou tings 16.
By lowering the doors a bottle may e withdrawn from the respective'V compartments lgoverned thereby with ease and convenience.
y.The casing has been shown. as mounted upon supporting -legs 17. It will be appreciated, 5 5 however, that any suitable type of supporting base maybe utilized and that *the bottom of -`the casing ma be situated at anydesired height or horizontal plane above the Afloor level. This construction assures the delivery of dry bottles. V
In vview of the foregoing itvwill be seen that the present invention provides'a simple, substantial and easily operated vbottle dispenser which may be used particularly by merchants engaged in the business of selling bottled and sured that the bottle sodispensed will possess refrigerated beverages. The construction enables the merchant to uickly fill hurriedly given orders, particular y during -rush periods of business, and yet the customer is asa proper temperature. To While I have described wvhat I consider to be the preferred form of the present invention, nevertheless it will be understood that various changes may be made in the form and design ofthe dispenser, without necesisarily departing from the spirit and scope .of thefinvention as the latter has beenset.
forth inthe following claims.
What is claimed isz.
1. A bottledispenser com risingv a casin' formed to includeheat insu ated walls, sai casing being formed internally to include a refrigerant receiving chamber anda plurality of bottle receiving compartments,a remove5 able rack positioned within each of said compartments and adapted for the reception ofa plurality of horizontally arranged bottles', each of said racks being formed to include a 4bottle receiving channel of substantially zigf 90 zag-form wherein adjacent bottles impinge upon one another but do not occupy the same verticalplane, and means provided in connection with said casing ermitting of the removal of bottles from t e lowerv ends of each of said bottle compartments. f
2. A bottle dispenser comprising a casing formed to include heat insulated walls, said casing being provided internally with a, refri erant receiving chamber and a plurality of ottle receiving compartments arranged? vertically, against one of the sidewalls of -said casing, the walls of said compartment being relatively spaced, 4a removable bottle receiving rack positioned within each of said compartments, each `of said racks being formed to include a bottle-'receiving channel so lformed lthat the bottles positioned horizontally therein occupy angular positions with respect to adjoining bottles, and means provided in said casing contiguous to the bottom of'saidl compartment ermitting of the removal of bottles from sail compartments.
3. A bottle dis enser 4having a .casin formed to' includel eat insulated walls,'sai casing being formed internally to includeV a refrigerant receiving chamber and a plurality o vertical bottle receivin com artments extending substantially, t roug out the f height of the refri erant chamber, a remov'' 120 able rack positioned within each 'of said compart-ments and adapted for the reception of 'a plurality of horizontall arranged bottles,
each of said racks being ormed to receive-a bottle receiving channel of substantially zigzag form wherein adjacent bottles impinge upon one another but do not occupy the same vertical plane, means provided in connection with said casing permitting of the removal of bottles from the lower ends of each of said 130 bottle receiving compartments, and means providedin the top of said casing permitting of the removal 'of each of said removable racks. Y
4. A bottle dispenser comprising a casing V formed to include heat insulated walls, said casing being provided internally with a refrifferant receiving chamberl anda plurality of cbottle receiving compartments arranged lo vertically against one of the side Walls of said casing, the Walls of said compartments being relatively spaced, a removable bottle. receiving rack positioned'within each of said com-v partments,.each of said racks being formed to i include a plurality of substantially angular shaped members the a'pices of which beingv disposed in offset relationship with respect to one another providing a bottle receiving channel so thatthe bottles positioned horizontally therein occupy angular positionsl with respect to adjoining bottles, means provided in said casing contiguous to the bottom of said compartments permitting of the removal of bottles from said compartments and means provided in the side of said casing permitting of the removal of eachl of said bottle receiving racks. 5.l A bottle dispenser having a casing -ormed to include an internally disposed re- 3e frigerant receiving chamber, a plurality of vertical bottle receiving compartments disposed adjacent to one of the side- Walls of said casing, each of said bottle receiving compartments being surrounded on three sides bythe refrigerant receiving'chamber and v each of said bottle receiving compartments being provided with a bottle channel having relatively olf-set angularly disposed Walls which produce aachannel of substantially zigzag form, said channel being ada ted to receivev bottles arrangedV horizonta ly therein andin such manner that the bottle immediately above a given bottle will impinge upon vsaid` given bottle but will ,occupy a vertical plane oiiset angularly from the vertical v .plane of said given bottleand means formed in connection with the lower part of said casing for permitting of the withdrawal of bottles from said compartment. In testimony whereof I aixmy signature.
` ADEN EKSMITH.
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US2532062A (en) * 1945-04-10 1950-11-28 F H Knowles Vending machine
US2779169A (en) * 1954-01-19 1957-01-29 Gen Motors Corp Refrigerator with can dispenser
US3070398A (en) * 1959-08-10 1962-12-25 Can Rite Inc Can carrying apparatus
US3097899A (en) * 1961-10-24 1963-07-16 Lester M Dean Insulated butter dispenser
US3204867A (en) * 1963-06-04 1965-09-07 Rockford Coca Cola Bottling Co Bottle storage device
US3306688A (en) * 1965-04-05 1967-02-28 Domenico Joseph Di Article dispensing rack
US4561564A (en) * 1984-08-23 1985-12-31 Sanden Corporation Article dispensing mechanism for a vending machine or the like
US4823983A (en) * 1987-10-06 1989-04-25 The Coca-Cola Company Increased column/selectivity vender
FR2880971A1 (en) * 2005-01-18 2006-07-21 Philippe Leonetti Drink e.g. mineral water, storing and distributing device for e.g. public place, has box with opening arranged at column base relative to lower individual portions and other portions descend by gravity to be disposed relative to opening
US20080277407A1 (en) * 2005-11-08 2008-11-13 Philippe Leonetti Dispenser of Consumable Products Such as Drinks
US20100133969A1 (en) * 2008-12-01 2010-06-03 Genesis Manufacturing Vending machine for dispensing cylindrical Articles
US20120200215A1 (en) * 2009-09-16 2012-08-09 Oscartielle S.P.A. Cabinet refrigerator with barriers for withholding air
CN107320878A (en) * 2017-08-14 2017-11-07 陈小辉 A kind of fire extinguisher storing unit
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US2532062A (en) * 1945-04-10 1950-11-28 F H Knowles Vending machine
US2779169A (en) * 1954-01-19 1957-01-29 Gen Motors Corp Refrigerator with can dispenser
US3070398A (en) * 1959-08-10 1962-12-25 Can Rite Inc Can carrying apparatus
US3097899A (en) * 1961-10-24 1963-07-16 Lester M Dean Insulated butter dispenser
US3204867A (en) * 1963-06-04 1965-09-07 Rockford Coca Cola Bottling Co Bottle storage device
US3306688A (en) * 1965-04-05 1967-02-28 Domenico Joseph Di Article dispensing rack
US4561564A (en) * 1984-08-23 1985-12-31 Sanden Corporation Article dispensing mechanism for a vending machine or the like
US4823983A (en) * 1987-10-06 1989-04-25 The Coca-Cola Company Increased column/selectivity vender
FR2880971A1 (en) * 2005-01-18 2006-07-21 Philippe Leonetti Drink e.g. mineral water, storing and distributing device for e.g. public place, has box with opening arranged at column base relative to lower individual portions and other portions descend by gravity to be disposed relative to opening
US20080277407A1 (en) * 2005-11-08 2008-11-13 Philippe Leonetti Dispenser of Consumable Products Such as Drinks
US7905370B2 (en) 2005-11-08 2011-03-15 Philippe Leonetti Dispenser of consumable products such as drinks
US20100133969A1 (en) * 2008-12-01 2010-06-03 Genesis Manufacturing Vending machine for dispensing cylindrical Articles
US20120200215A1 (en) * 2009-09-16 2012-08-09 Oscartielle S.P.A. Cabinet refrigerator with barriers for withholding air
US10045642B2 (en) 2013-09-13 2018-08-14 Display Technologies, Inc. Merchandising system and method of use
CN107320878A (en) * 2017-08-14 2017-11-07 陈小辉 A kind of fire extinguisher storing unit

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