US1864133A - Soap powder dispenser - Google Patents

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US1864133A
US1864133A US563530A US56353031A US1864133A US 1864133 A US1864133 A US 1864133A US 563530 A US563530 A US 563530A US 56353031 A US56353031 A US 56353031A US 1864133 A US1864133 A US 1864133A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47KSANITARY EQUIPMENT NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; TOILET ACCESSORIES
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  • My invention relates to soap powder dispensers, and has for its object to provide a device of this description which shall be Vsimple and economical in construction, and
  • Figure 1 is a side elevation of the dispenser as it appears when in position 'for use
  • Figure 2 is a plan view oi the construction shown at Figure 1;
  • Figure 3 is a section at the line 3-3 of Figure l and Figure 4 is a section at the line 4-1Jf ot Figure 2.
  • a bracket adapted to be secured in the usual manner to a wall and having at its outer end a ring 2 whose bottom portion extends inwardly to form a seat 3.
  • 11 is a strap which is secured to the underside of said plate preferably by soldering and which depends within the canister and within the bottom of this strap and in line with the opening is a similar sized opening 12.
  • the soap powder container is denoted by the numeral 15 and its head 16 has perforations that are4 punched through Y the head 16, and
  • this container being placed upon the plate 8 with the perforations 17 in the container leading into the large perforations 9 in said plate, the annulus 7 that extends from the canister serving to keep the soap container in position.
  • valve 14 closes the opening 5 and the upper end of the spindle 13 is slightly spaced from by striking the bottom of the spindle 13 sharply with the hand this head 15 is agitated so that the soap powder will flow down into the canister and be discharged into the hand of the user through the opening 5.
  • Vshile I prefer to use the strapll it may be dispensed with since the spindle can not be displaced since its upper end is always within the perforation 10.
  • the canister 4 will always contain more or less of the soap powder as will be obvious, and this is a good feature of the invention.
  • a soap dispenser having a bracket provided at its outer end with a ring whose bottom extends inwardly to form a seat, a single piece soap canister and annulus, having a soap discharge opening at the bottoni supported by the seat and having its upper edge formed into an upstanding annulus, a perforated plate secured to said edge within said canister for supporting a perforated soap container within the annulus, a depending brace and guide member fastened intermediate the perforations to the underside of the plate, an agitator spindle having a valve for normally closing the opening, an opening in the plate and guide for loosely receiving the spindle, the spindle being adapted to extend through the plate for contact with the bottom of the soap container.

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June 2l, 1932. T. F. HAMMER SOAP POWDER DISPENSER Filed sept. 18, 1931 having an opening at the Patented .une 21, 1932 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE SOAP POWDER DISPENSER Application filed September 18, 1931.
My invention relates to soap powder dispensers, and has for its object to provide a device of this description which shall be Vsimple and economical in construction, and
; which is free of springs and is positive in operation.
In the accompanying drawing which to be read as a part of this description,
Figure 1 is a side elevation of the dispenser as it appears when in position 'for use,
Figure 2 is a plan view oi the construction shown at Figure 1;
Figure 3 is a section at the line 3-3 of Figure l and Figure 4 is a section at the line 4-1Jf ot Figure 2.
Similar numbers of reference will be used to denote like parts in the several figures of the drawing.
1 is a bracket adapted to be secured in the usual manner to a wall and having at its outer end a ring 2 whose bottom portion extends inwardly to form a seat 3.
4 is a soap canister of any suitable shape bottom said canister having an outwardly extending flange 6 around its upper portion which rests upon the seat 3, and an annulus 7 extending from the outer edge of this flange upwardly, the canister being secured in position by means of set screws a driven through the ring 2 against the annulus 7.
8 is a plate which is secured within said canister to said flange and is provided with comparatively large perforations 9 and in the central portion of this plate is a small circular opening 10.
11 is a strap which is secured to the underside of said plate preferably by soldering and which depends within the canister and within the bottom of this strap and in line with the opening is a similar sized opening 12.
13 is an agitator spindle which depends below the canister and has a weighted valve 14 within the canister and normally adapted to close the opening 5, the upper portion of said spindle extending freely through the openings 12 and 10. The soap powder container is denoted by the numeral 15 and its head 16 has perforations that are4 punched through Y the head 16, and
Serial No. 563,530.
one end, this container being placed upon the plate 8 with the perforations 17 in the container leading into the large perforations 9 in said plate, the annulus 7 that extends from the canister serving to keep the soap container in position.
WVhen the parts are in normal position the valve 14 closes the opening 5 and the upper end of the spindle 13 is slightly spaced from by striking the bottom of the spindle 13 sharply with the hand this head 15 is agitated so that the soap powder will flow down into the canister and be discharged into the hand of the user through the opening 5.
Vshile I prefer to use the strapll it may be dispensed with since the spindle can not be displaced since its upper end is always within the perforation 10. The canister 4 will always contain more or less of the soap powder as will be obvious, and this is a good feature of the invention.
IVhat is claimed is In a soap dispenser having a bracket provided at its outer end with a ring whose bottom extends inwardly to form a seat, a single piece soap canister and annulus, having a soap discharge opening at the bottoni supported by the seat and having its upper edge formed into an upstanding annulus, a perforated plate secured to said edge within said canister for supporting a perforated soap container within the annulus, a depending brace and guide member fastened intermediate the perforations to the underside of the plate, an agitator spindle having a valve for normally closing the opening, an opening in the plate and guide for loosely receiving the spindle, the spindle being adapted to extend through the plate for contact with the bottom of the soap container.
In testimony whereof I affix my signature hereto.
Y THORVALD F. HAMMER.
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Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2580899A (en) * 1949-11-14 1952-01-01 William V Eaton Dispenser having brush operated means for reciprocating the supply container and loosening the material contained therein
US4372467A (en) * 1980-06-09 1983-02-08 Marpac Industries, Inc. Dispensing valve to be used with bottles of fluent imaging material for the development of electrostatic images
US20040139994A1 (en) * 2003-01-21 2004-07-22 Henry Drukarov Paint brush cleaning device

Cited By (4)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2580899A (en) * 1949-11-14 1952-01-01 William V Eaton Dispenser having brush operated means for reciprocating the supply container and loosening the material contained therein
US4372467A (en) * 1980-06-09 1983-02-08 Marpac Industries, Inc. Dispensing valve to be used with bottles of fluent imaging material for the development of electrostatic images
US20040139994A1 (en) * 2003-01-21 2004-07-22 Henry Drukarov Paint brush cleaning device
US6779535B2 (en) * 2003-01-21 2004-08-24 Henry Drukarov Paint brush cleaning device

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