US1781164A - Bag holder - Google Patents

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US1781164A
US1781164A US29627028A US1781164A US 1781164 A US1781164 A US 1781164A US 29627028 A US29627028 A US 29627028A US 1781164 A US1781164 A US 1781164A
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Charles E Constable
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65BMACHINES, APPARATUS OR DEVICES FOR, OR METHODS OF, PACKAGING ARTICLES OR MATERIALS; UNPACKING
    • B65B67/00Apparatus or devices facilitating manual packaging operations; Sack holders
    • B65B67/12Sack holders, i.e. stands or frames with means for supporting sacks in the open condition to facilitate filling with articles or materials
    • B65B67/1255Sack holders, i.e. stands or frames with means for supporting sacks in the open condition to facilitate filling with articles or materials characterised by positively acting means for stretching the mouth of the sack into the open condition, e.g. using springs
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65BMACHINES, APPARATUS OR DEVICES FOR, OR METHODS OF, PACKAGING ARTICLES OR MATERIALS; UNPACKING
    • B65B67/00Apparatus or devices facilitating manual packaging operations; Sack holders
    • B65B67/12Sack holders, i.e. stands or frames with means for supporting sacks in the open condition to facilitate filling with articles or materials
    • B65B67/1244Sack holders, i.e. stands or frames with means for supporting sacks in the open condition to facilitate filling with articles or materials characterised by mechanisms for temporarily closing the mouth of the sack, e.g. pedal-operated

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Nov. 11, 19030. c. E. coNsTABLE BAG HOLDER Filed July so, 1928 Patented Nov. 11, 1930 unirse .sTATujs PATENT o1-*Fica oHAnLns n. ooiisTABLn, or einoinivA'ri,r onio, Assienon 'ro THE ivAfrioiiAn MARKING Vi/iAcniiin COMPANY, orciiiciivnA'ri, onio, A coRPoiaA'rioN on onio BAG HOLDER I l `AppiicationY filed, hay 'so,

v'The object of my invention is to provide to permit articles to be easily placed therein. l

A furtherjobject is to provide a bag holder particularly adapted to support woven bags in an upright position with their open ends uppermost, and to rigidly hold the bags in an open position without the use of lugs or clamp devices.

A further object is to provide a bag holder particularly adapted to support bags ofy woven formation, such as used in laundry work, which may be easily and quickly applied to an assorting table or the like.

arrangement and combination of the various parts of the device, whereby the objects contemplated are attained, as hereinafter more fully set forth, pointed out in my claims, and illustrated in the accompanying drawj,

A each of-the members 26. i

ings, in which:

Figure 1 is a plan view of my improved'.

' zontally above the members 15 and parallel bag holder.

Figure 2 is a. side Velevation of the same, a`

portion of the supporting table or member for the bag holder being shown in section.`

Figure 3 is a 'detail sectional view taken on j tions 30 Vwhich extend through slots 31 in the line 3-3 of Figure 1. T he numeral 10 indicates a table or sup- 4o port having an angle iron frame 11 and a bottom member 12. The table 10 is provided with supporting legs 13. Secured to the unj der surface of the angle irons 11', and thebot- Y tom 12, is a frame 14 formed of an angle iron having parallel members 15 and a cross member 16. The horizontal flanges of the mem-- bers 15 are bolted to the under surface of the angle irons 11 and the bottom 12.

I The cross member 16 is spaced `from the V member 11 a considerable distance, so that My invention consists inthe construction,-

192s. serial No. 296,270. i

an opening 17 is providedbetweenthe mem-- bers 15 and the members 11and 16. The dimeusions of said opening'v arey greater than Vthe diameter ofthe bag to be supported therein. f The members 15 are-provided withdownwardly extending anges 18,`while the member 16 -is provided with a downwardlyy extending flange 19. The flangev 19 is provided withopenings20f vz For sujpoportingoneV side of an open end of a bag', l have provided a rod 21 supported horizontally above 'themember 16 andofa length slightly greaterl than the-member 16,

` and having its ends provided with downwardly and inwardly projecting portions22. The

lower ends of the portions 22 terminate inv outwardly and horizontally extending screw threaded portions 23. v4Said portions 23 are each-,provided 'with'-` afnut 12A'projecting' through the openings 20. A nut 25 is then placed on the outer ends of the members 23 for locking the rod 21in position.

`Under the horizontal flange of each 'of themembers 15 and under 4the members 11'and 12, I have provided a cylindrical casing '26.

Said casings 26 are secured in position by means o-f U-bolts 27 projecting upwardly through the flanges' of the'mem'bers 15. A bushing 28 is'threaded'in theouter 'end of A bag supporting rod 29 is supported hori# with the members 11 and 21. lSaid'm'ember 29 is of 'a lengthsubstantiallyequal to the length of the member 21 and has itsv free ends 'provided with' downwardly yextending porthe horizontal flanges ofthe me'mber'15.` The *jew the member 21, after which the member 29 Y v grasped 'and V pulled inwardly toward the 10'? member 21,-andthe opposite edge of the bag:

is lappedAoverfthe'fmemberj29, in the' man# ner illustrated i in Figures 1 'and 2-` c 'lhe A lmember v29 is lthen released andthe springs 34' y will draw the member 29 outwardlyand cause y 1 5 theupper end ofthev bag toassume a s ubfv Y :.stantially rectangular Aformation, with the i upper edges ofthebagflapped downwardly o overtheemembersg2l and'29a considerable Y diVS.t=1.\,I1e.-- 1 1 I o Y It will readily be seen that the top and open l end jfofftlie bag isi/'oft rectangular! formation Y iv'gfith `the outer e'dgefsfof` the upperend of they cbagigprovi-ded .with upwardly o and outwardly E vlrng portions'.-, v a j e The` deviceis'adapted tosnppor't thattype fof: bags--madeof coarsely woven material or netting..; v,Bags ',ofgthlistype have a Leertain a'mount vof elasticityfand Vfor-,that reasonit e i `willbeseenthat, on accountofthe members 330Y -22f proje-cting inwardly and downwardly and the members 30 4projacting outwardly from gtheyframe. member11, the Vfree edgeV ofthe e ',bagwill assumefa smaller circumference than thatiiportionwhich/rests on top edges of the y m35-@members 21;.an d.-29,f due to l'the elasticity of 29 outy bag v supporting rod, ynneansl. for slidaloly mounting said horizontal portions tov permit the second bag supporting member tomove ,toward and from the first bag supporting member, a bag to be supported between the horizontal members,:andmeans for yieldably ksupporting, l.said second@ bag supporting member outwardly. from thefir'stbag supporting d member. Y n ,Y c Y 2; Afbagfholder comprising a' substantial-V lyj4 Ulhapedhorizontally4 arranged yframe f Vfmember' having horizontal and verticalv flanges, the horizontal flanges of the parallel A members of said frame being provided with longitudinal slots, a bag supporting yrodV mounted horizontallyl above thecross mem-V ber' of said frame, the endof said rod being f bent downwardly and inwardly, and then/ce outwardlyand horizontally,1 and anchored the vertical flange offsaid :cross member, t af second bagsupporting rod; parallelv with "tlie first rodand yspacedtherefromfhaving 'its' 'i free I.endsy bent downwardly V andtoward the extending., portionsjand meansfor yieldably movingsaid-lsecond `,luigi supporting rod out- I DesMoinesfIowa, July 12,1928. 1

wardly. from the first bag supporting rod.

'- CHARLES E GONSTABLE o 'il z-Fovthis Vre'avonai considerable amount y' l v,power will be' necessary topull the bagldownwandly after ithas oncefbeen placed in thev Y 2:5110'fholder,pas;.the contracted -freergedge ofthe hagcwould havejto be stretched and 'pulled outwardly fiaringpymembers l22 i Vrlhusit seen that I have provided a i f l i Ynewmba'gsholder-off simple, 'durable and-inexpensive construction, which maybe easily and 1 .lquiokly appliedl to a/-supp'orting table7 vsuch* ,.froS' baasuprertinef rod and proyectilesY through: said slots'andjthencebent outward-` ly `andhorizontally, meansfor Islidably .-mountingsaild horizontally. and outwardly f .a'sfiangassortinggtable used 2in /laundriesand v c Y. y .theilikean'd when so vsupportedis especially l ke350; adaptedytoV receive andholdYtliefbagsformed lofvelastic materiahsuchas netting. Said f Y AVholder` is` adapted toy receive rbags; which vary l .`considerablyxin,diameter@.

"ABI clalmasfmy invention:

` ,55'g51.' Abagholdercomprisingafhorizont'alifv open Jframe',-a fiiied bagfsupporting rod-l sup- 1 ported horizontally above-vone'fside'ofL said o Y f.

iframe, having 'fits -eds bent 1 inwardly and down'wardly'- and thence-'vhorizontally e and "1162 ontwardly and anchored-in-said framemeib i Vvflier;a'second -bagsupporting,membersup- .l f y "ported:parallel: with th'elfirst member having free ends bent downwardlyand toward fthefirstfbag `supporting member, v andfothen Q i j *55? bent horizontal-ly and-'away I from? :the v fixed f

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US2451829A (en) * 1946-07-18 1948-10-19 Ransom L Hightower Sack holding frame
US2492448A (en) * 1946-05-14 1949-12-27 Siegman Bag spreader and holder
US20120160971A1 (en) * 2010-12-27 2012-06-28 Michael Messina Bag spreader for re-sealbale bags

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DE3412309A1 (en) * 1984-04-03 1985-10-10 Schleicher Co Feinwerktech Apparatus for applying bags, sacks or the like to units with an outlet aperture
DE4408231A1 (en) * 1994-03-11 1995-09-14 Schleicher & Co Int Container receptacle for document shredder

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US2492448A (en) * 1946-05-14 1949-12-27 Siegman Bag spreader and holder
US2451829A (en) * 1946-07-18 1948-10-19 Ransom L Hightower Sack holding frame
US20120160971A1 (en) * 2010-12-27 2012-06-28 Michael Messina Bag spreader for re-sealbale bags

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