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US1934553A
US1934553A US552721A US55272131A US1934553A US 1934553 A US1934553 A US 1934553A US 552721 A US552721 A US 552721A US 55272131 A US55272131 A US 55272131A US 1934553 A US1934553 A US 1934553A
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    • B05SPRAYING OR ATOMISING IN GENERAL; APPLYING LIQUIDS OR OTHER FLUENT MATERIALS TO SURFACES, IN GENERAL
    • B05BSPRAYING APPARATUS; ATOMISING APPARATUS; NOZZLES
    • B05B1/00Nozzles, spray heads or other outlets, with or without auxiliary devices such as valves, heating means
    • B05B1/30Nozzles, spray heads or other outlets, with or without auxiliary devices such as valves, heating means designed to control volume of flow, e.g. with adjustable passages
    • B05B1/3033Nozzles, spray heads or other outlets, with or without auxiliary devices such as valves, heating means designed to control volume of flow, e.g. with adjustable passages the control being effected by relative coaxial longitudinal movement of the controlling element and the spray head
    • B05B1/3086Nozzles, spray heads or other outlets, with or without auxiliary devices such as valves, heating means designed to control volume of flow, e.g. with adjustable passages the control being effected by relative coaxial longitudinal movement of the controlling element and the spray head the controlling element being a grooved body, which is movable in the outlet orifice

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NOV 7, 1933- R. H. MUELLER Er AL S PRAY HEAD Filed July 25, 1931 By tightly screwing up 3 on the elbow 2, the

where desired.

Patented Nov. 7,

SPRAY HEAD Robert H. Mueller and catur, Ill., assignors to Mueller Co.,

Chester B. Albert, De-

Decatur,

Ill., a corporation of Illinois Application July 23, 1931. Serial No. 552,721

10 Claims.

used as shower heads One of the objects of the invention is to provide al shower head in which a variegated spray may be obtained quite unlike the spray delivery of the customary present-day type of head.

shower Another object of the invention is to provide a shower head in which the regulator for the spray and the cut-off means therefor are combined and operated by a lever conveniently accessible.

Another object of the a shower head which invention is to provide will be substantially free from scale and foreign matter and consequently will not clog and be difficult to manipulate.

Still another object vide a shower head which is of the invention is to prosimple in construction, not subject to inoperativeness and comparatively cheap With these and to manufacture.

other objects and. advantages in mind, attention is directed to the drawing, in

which:

Figure 1 is a side er head;

Figure 2 head takenon the line Figure 3 is a section a screw 27, and said elevational view of me shewlwith a cylindrical wan as at 2s above which is 80 is a sectional view of the shower 2-2 of Figure 1; al view of the shower head taken on the line 3-3 of Figure 2, .looking in the direction of the arrows, and

Figure 4 is a top view of the spray regulating ring.

Referring more particularly to the drawing,

in which like numbers indicate like parts, there is provided the usual which is an elbow inlet pipe 1 at the end of 2 externally screw threaded 3. Within the sock- Y therein to allow adjustability of the shower head.

curely positioned the winged socket sleeve shower head may be se- The shower head comprises an enclosing member 5 of substantially bell shaped contour near the lower end of which on the insideis a substantially cylindrical surface 6, and extending downwardly therefrom a flared skirt member '7. Inside and adjacent the top of the enclosing member 5 is secured suitable means such extends downwardly a post or rod 8 by any as arms 9.

ber and is provided with a screw threaded socket at its lower end. is a spider 11 provide Sliding upon the said post,

d with a lateral extension The post -8 within the enclosing mem- 12 having a slot or groove 13 therein. Attached to the lower end of the spider is a spray regulating ring 14. It will be noted that the top edges of said ring are beveled as at 15, and there are provided annular tapered notches or grooves 16 extending through the bevels and partially down the sides of the ring. On the side of the enclosing member there is provided an apertured projection 17, which, it will be noted, extends through to the inside of the enclosing member 5. A shoulder 18 is provided near the inside opening of the aperture, and the outside opening is internally screw threaded'to receive a packing nut 19. A stem 20 rotates within the apertured projection 1'7 and is provided with a 70 flange 21 which abuts against the shoulder 18. Packing 22 and a washer 23 are provided about the stem.

Projecting from the stem is an eccentric pin 24 which flts within the slot or groove 13. A 'I5 handle 25 is attached to said stem in any suitable' manner.

A disc 26 is secured to the post 8 by means of disc is comparatively thick a beveled surface 29.

Assembling of the device is very simple. The spider is slipped onto the post 8 and so positioned that the' groove 13 is in line with the apertured projection 17. The stem 29 with the 35 eccentric pin 24 is directed into said apertured projection with the eccentric pin fitting into said groove. The disc 26 is fastened to the post 8 land the device is ready for operation.

Obviously when the handle is turned, there,J centric pin will slide the spider up and down the central post 8 and the spray regulating ring will move between the substantially cylindrical surface 6 and the disc 26. When the spray regulating ring is in its most inwardly position, the spray will be completely shut off. As it is moved outwardly, a fine spray results and in its most outwardly position, the spray will increase in volume with no increase in velocity.

The beveled edges at the top of the spray regulating ring together with the annular tapered 'notches or grooves direct the water downwardly into a most desirable type of spray.`

It will be observed that the probability of the 105 Yshower head becoming clogged with scale or forthereby cleansing the annular grooves.

The simplicity of the device is at once apparent and its advantages can be easily observed.

It will be understood that the embodiment of the invention disclosed herein is illustrative and not restrictive and that various changes in the form, construction, and arrangement of parts may be made within the spirit and scope of the following claims.

We claim:

l. In a spray nozzle, a casing, a stationary disclike member centrally secured upon the lower end of a post positioned within and carried directly by said casing, spray regulating means directly adjacent and between said casing and said stanotches and tionary disc-like member, said means having surfaces shaped to form with said casing and said disc, two spray channels, one adjacent said casing and a second adjacent said disc, and means to vary the position of said spray regulating means to elect adjustment of the spray through said two channels.

2. In a spray nozzle, a casing having an interior substantially cylindrical surface adjacent the lower end thereof, a depending post carried directly by an upperr portion of said casing, a disc-like member centrally secured upon the lower end of said post and positioned within said casing, a spray regulating ring` having its exterior surface contiguous to said interior cylindrical surface and having its interior surface contiguous to the margins of said disclike member, said surfaces of said ring being formed to provide two spray channels, one adjacent said` casing and a second adjacent said disc-like member, and means to effect adjustment of said spray regulating ring to vary the flow of water through said two channels,

3. I n a spray nozzle, an enclosing member having an interior substantially cylindrical surface adjacent its lower end, a flared skirt therebeneath, a disc-like member positioned within and centrally secured to the lower end of a depending post which is attached at its upper end to an interior upper portion of said enclosing member, the margins of said disc-like member being spaced from and horizontally aligned with said cylindrical surface, a spray regulating ring contiguous to said cylindrical surface and overlying a portion of said flared skirt, said ring forming a spray discharge orice adjacent said cylindrical surface and anothersuch orifice adjacent said disc, and means to effect adjustment of said spray regulating ring to vary the flow of water through said two orifices.

4. In a spray nozzle, a casing having a substantially cylindrical surface adjacent the lower end and on the inside thereof, a depending post carried directly by an upper interior portion of said casing, a thickened disc-like member centrally secured to the lower end of said post and having an upper beveled edge positioned within said enclosing member, a spray regulating ring having beveled edges and axial grooves movable between said cylindrical surface and said thickened disclike member and providing twoseries of jets on opposite sides of said ring, and means to effect adjustment of said spraytregulating ring to vary the spray through said series of jets.

5. In a spray nozzle, a casing, a downwardly projecting. post positioned within and supported 'a t's upper end directly by said casing, a disclike member secured to and carried by said post .atrits loweiend and having its margins spaced from said casing to form a water channel therebetween, a spider movably mounted on said post, a spray regulating ring secured to and carried by said spider, and positioned in the space between the margins of said disc and said casing and having its surfaces formed -to provide with said disc and casing two series of spray openings, and means operatively connected to said spider to move said spider and said spray regulating ring carried thereby with respect to said disc-like member and said casing to vary the spray through said two series of openings.

6. In a spray nozzle, an enclosing member, a post positioned within said enclosing member and supported directly'thereby, a disc-like member secured to and carried by said post and having its margin spaced from said casing to form a water channel, a spider provided with a lateral extension movably mounted on said post, a spray regulating ring secured to said spider and disposed in said water channel and having its surfaces formed to provide spray channels, and a stem having a pin operatively connected to said lateral extension to eiect movement of said spider and said spray regulating ring and adjustment of the spray through said channels provided between said ring and said casing, and said ring and said disc.

'7. A shower head comprising a casing having a cylindrical inner wall and a depending outwardly flaring skirt merging therewith to form an internal shoulder, a disc disposed in coaxial relation withinsaid casing upon a depending post secured directly to an upper part of said casing and having its margin spaced from said cylindrical wall of saidcasing adjacent said shoulder whereby an annular water space between s'aid margin of said disc and said shoulder is formed. a, flow obstructing ring disposed in said annular space and being slidably supported by said post and formed to confine the flow of water between said ring and said shoulder to provide one series of jets and between said ring and said disc margin to provide another series of jets, sliding movement of said ring serving to vary said series of jets.

8. A shower head comprising a casing having a cylindrical inner wall and an integral depending outwardly flaring skirt merging therewith to form an internal shoulder, a disc disposed in oo axial relation within said casing upon the lower end of a depending post which is secured at its `upper end directly to an upper portion of said casing, said disc having its margin spaced from said cylindrical wall of said casing adjacent said shoulder whereby an annular water space between said margin of said disc and said shoulder is formed, a flow obstructing ring supported by said post in slidable relation thereto and being disposed in said annular water space and having substantially cylindrical inner and outer walls each provided with a plurality of axial grooves, said grooves cooperating respectively with said shoulder and said disc margin to form jet openings in said shower head.

9. A shower head comprising a casing having a cylindrical inner wall and an integral depending outwardly flaring skirt merging therewith to form an internal annular shoulder, a disc disposed in coaxial relation within said casing and having its margin spaced from said cylindrical wall of said casing adjacent said shoulder whereby an annular water space between said margin of said disc and said shoulder is formed, a flow obstructing ring disposed in said annular space and having substantially cylindrical inner and outer walls, a series of inwardly and upwardly inclined grooves in each said wall, said grooves cooperating respectively wth said shoulder and said disc margin to form jet openings in said shower head, said series of grooves adjacent said shoulder being disposed to direct jets of water into contact with said depending outwardly aring skirt to be controlled thereby.

10. A shower head comprising a bell-shaped casing terminating in a circular open end, a post secured at its upper end directly to said casing adjacent an upper portion of the bell and extending downwardly toward said open end and supported by said casing in fixed relation thereto, a circular disc carried by the lower end of said post and secured thereby in predetermined position within said open end of said casing to provide an annular water passage between the margins o! said disc and the casing wall adjacent said open end, a' movable iiow controlling ring disposed in said annular passage and adapted to confine the ow of water between its outer surface and said casing, and between its inner surface and the margins of said disc, and means to vary the position of said movable ring to vary the iiow of water through the annular passages between its inner and outer surfaces and the adjacent flxed disc and casing surface.

ROBERT H. MUELLER.

CHESTER B. ALBERT.

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