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US1998263A
US1998263A US680700A US68070033A US1998263A US 1998263 A US1998263 A US 1998263A US 680700 A US680700 A US 680700A US 68070033 A US68070033 A US 68070033A US 1998263 A US1998263 A US 1998263A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B67OPENING, CLOSING OR CLEANING BOTTLES, JARS OR SIMILAR CONTAINERS; LIQUID HANDLING
    • B67BAPPLYING CLOSURE MEMBERS TO BOTTLES JARS, OR SIMILAR CONTAINERS; OPENING CLOSED CONTAINERS
    • B67B7/00Hand- or power-operated devices for opening closed containers
    • B67B7/24Hole-piercing devices
    • B67B7/26Hole-piercing devices combined with spouts
    • B67B7/28Hole-piercing devices combined with spouts and associated with receptacle hodlers
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B67OPENING, CLOSING OR CLEANING BOTTLES, JARS OR SIMILAR CONTAINERS; LIQUID HANDLING
    • B67BAPPLYING CLOSURE MEMBERS TO BOTTLES JARS, OR SIMILAR CONTAINERS; OPENING CLOSED CONTAINERS
    • B67B3/00Closing bottles, jars or similar containers by applying caps
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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    • Y10STECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y10S100/00Presses
    • Y10S100/902Can crushers
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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    • Y10T83/647With means to convey work relative to tool station
    • Y10T83/6584Cut made parallel to direction of and during work movement
    • Y10T83/6608By rectilinearly moving work carriage
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April `16,\ 1935. w. s. TowNsEND CANNED OIL DIYSPENSING APPARATUS Filed July 1'7, 1933 5 Sheets-Sheet 1 Q M 4 El-- 5 ...IISIMUI/ .HHMMMMMHHHH WWII. 4. 5 3 f 8 1 /z 3- .m -F 8 |-m.\ T2 llllll l l I l ||Ir|.r`||M|I/| lll lfrllmnllimhwhllllllllllrwlll 37 INVENTOR d @my April 16', 1935.\ w. s. TowNsEND 1,998,263

CANNED OIL DISPENSING APARATUS Filed July 1.7, 195s v3' sheets-sheet 2 WITNESSES @Qa/wwf l April 16, 1935. w. s. 'rowNsEND l CANNED OIL DISPENSING APPARATU Filed July 17, 1955 3 Sheets-Sheet 3 INVENTOR WlTNESSE is simple and sturdy of construction, easy to operiv Patented pr. I6, 1935 y PATENT f OFFICE CANNE!) OIL DISPENSING APPARATUS William S. Townsend, Rochester, Pa., assignmof one-half to American Can Company, New York, N. Y., a corporation of New'lersey Application July 1'7, 1933, Serial No. 680,700

13 Claims. (Cl. 221--23) This invention relates to apparatus for dispensing automobile lubricating oils or like commodities packaged in sealed containers.

A practice .which is becoming more and more lprevalent in the merchandising of lubricating oils for automobiles, and particularly by the producers of quality oils, is that of supplying the oils to retail distributors in small sealed and distinctly labeled containers such as quart cans. The purpose of this practice is to prevent the foisting upon the buying public of substitute oils of inferior quality which in the past has been carried on very extensively by unscrupulous dealers both to the detriment of the purchasers and the producers of the oils.' To evade this improved method of distribution on the part of the producers, these nefarious dealers obtain used cans, reiill them with low grade substitute oils, and by-various tricks palm ofi' these inferior oils to motorists for the originals. In this way they more effectively continue their cheating tactics.

An object of this invention is to provide a device vfor use in dispensing oils packed in producer or refinery sealed containers which is easy and convenient to operate, and which in Opening the cans completely destroys them so that they can not be relled or reused.

Another object is to provide a device of this character which in addition to crushing or destroying the cans effectively and eiiciently dis poses of or stores them and at the same time recovers any oil such as drippings which may not be removed from the cans when they are emptied. f

yfilled cans and displaying them in such a fashion as to effectively attract the attention of a motorist n driving into or past an oil-dispensing station in which one of the devices is being used. i

It is also an object to provide for compressing the cans when they are destroyed in such a Way -that they Vwill take up a minimum amount of space and be easy to handle.

A still further Objectis to provide an apparatus embodying the aforementioned featuresl which ate and attractive in appeara/'caand also vfully protected from the weather.

These and various other objects, as Well as the various other novel features and advantages oi the invention, will be apparent when the .fol-

. lowing detailed descriptionis read in conjunctionv of a single embodiment of the invention; Fig. 3

a horizontal sectionI taken on the line III-III yof Fig. 4; Fig. 4 a vertical section taken on the line IV-IV of Fig. 3, showing the can-opening and lcrushing mechanism with the latter in its 5 elevated position; Fig. 5 a vertical section taken on the line V-V of Fig. 3 of the can-opening and crushing mechanism, showing the latter in its depressed position; Fig. 6 a fragmentary vertical `section showing the tilting mechanism for dis- 10 posing of the cans after they are crushed; Fig.

7 a horizontal section taken on the line VII-VII of Fig. 1, showing the storage compartment 4for the supply of filled cans with the cans exposed for display; Fig. 8 aview similar to Fig.`7, show- 15 ing the storage compartment closed; Fig. 9 a fragmentary View showing the locking mechanism for the doors in the storage compartment;

Fig. l0 a vertical section taken on the line X-X of Fig. 9; and Fig. 11 a perspective view of the 20 container for receiving thev drippings and the crushed cans. A.

v Referring in detail to ther drawings, the embodiment of the invention herein disclosed comf prises a housing structure which in size and shape is analogous to the ordinary gasoline-dispensin'g pumps commonly `employed in gasoline stations, andl is adapted to be installed in 'such a station in convenient proximity to such pumps Where it will be both handy and conspicuous. The main supporting frame of the device, although it may be otherwise constructed, comprises four uprightly disposed angle sections l which are located at the corners and securedat their lower ends tona base molding 2 andai; 35

their upper ends to a crown molding 3.

Secured to the corner sections l by suitable supports 4 in the front part of the structure at a convenient height above the base 3 a platform 5 is provided which is employed as a sup- 40 port for an ordinary-measuring and pouring Acontainer 6 into Ywhich the oil `contained in the cans being'openedt-by the apparatus is emptied for delivery to a purchaser. lAt a suitable height above such measure-supporting platform 5 a v45 second platform 1 is provided which issecured to the four corner angle sections l and used as a base support for the cans, such as the can Il, when theyvare being opened and destroyed.

In the center of this latter support in the iori ward portion thereof there is provided a downwardlydepending funnel-shaped projection 8 in f which the bottoms of the cans are adapted to fit and through which ,the oil from the ,cans is allowed to flow into the measuring receptacle 65 6 supported on the'lower platform 5 as the cans are opened.

For opening the cans a series of spaced vertically disposed outwardly curved lmives Q is mounted about the upper inner face of the funnel-shaped can-receiving projection 8 to engage and pierce the bottoms o'f the cans as they are forced onto such knives, the knives having sufficient width to form relatively large openings in the cans so that the cans can be emptied with considerable rapidity. For positively forcing the cans onto these knives and crushing them as they are emptied so that they can not be reused, a movable crosshead I3 is provided. This is supported at a convenient heightv above the knives on a pair of guide rods I2, and is provided on its under side with a series of lugs which forms a centering guide I4 for the upper ends of the cans when they are engaged by the crosshead.

On the lower ends of the guide rods I2 there is provided a pair of gear racks I5 arranged to engage a pair of pinions I1 mounted on a shaft I8 which is suitably journaled in supports I9 attached tothe under side of the measuring receptacle-supporting platform 5. For turning these pinions to operate the crosshead I3 a spoked wheel 2I is keyed to one end of the shaft I8. Consequently, when such wheel is turned in one direction the can-crushing head I3 is moved downwardly, and when it is reversed the head is retrieved. The wheel, of course, is provided with suicient strength and size to easily and effectively force the cans onto the knives and crush them. l

For strippingthe cans II from the knives 9 after they have been emptied and crushed, a stripper 23 is provided which is mounted directly over the-funnel-shaped opening inthe cansupporting platform 1 and pivotally attached by a hinge 24 to the center portion of the platform 1, behind the. funnel-shaped opening in which the bottoms of the cans are adapted to rest. As shown best in Figs. 4, 5 and 6, this stripper has a flanged opening 20 in its center which is adapted tok fit in the top of the funnelshaped projection 8 and engage the bottoms of the cans so that when it is lifted it raises the cans with it. lTo lift this stripper automatically it is provided at its sides with projections 23a which extend to the edges of the guide rods I2 on which the crosshead I3 is mounted. These guide rods in turn are equipped with a pair of pivotally mounted latches or dogs 26 which are adapted on the down stroke of the guide rods to slide over and past the ends of the projections 23a of the stripper 23, but on the upstroke to engage such projections and thereby lift the stripper with them, sliding as the guide rods I2 are elevated along the under edge of the 'projections 23a until the crosshead nears the upper end of its stroke when they pass from under the stripper and allow it to fall to its normal position of rest on the platform 1. .As the stripper is so lifted the cans are stripped from the knives 9 and by a spring 28 mounted on the under side of the stripper they are raised from -the depending flanges 2|)- and allowed to slide from the stripper through an opening v25 in the back of theplatform 1 into a receptacle 22 provided fortheirreception in the base of the structure.

As illustrated` vvbest -in' lFig.` 11,--'the receptacle 22, which is provided in the base of the struc; ture,` cqmprisesa'removable containerwhich is adapted to-flt conveniently between the uprights I and is so constructed that its front portion fits under the lower platform 5, while its rear portion is extended upwardly thereabove to just fit under the upper platform 1. The former portion is provided with a downwardly tapered cover 3| which is provided in its center with an opening 32. The purpose of this section of the container is to collect any oil which drips from the 'cans after the measuring device B is removed from its support, and to allow such oil to drop into the receptacle. The support 5 is provided with a perforated section 33 directly below the funnelshaped projection 8 through which the oil may readily pass into the opening 32. The upper back portion 34 of the receptacle which is ar- 4 ranged to fit under the upper platform 1 is left open at the top so that the cans II on being dumped by the stripping plate 23 through the opening 25-in the upper platform 1 will be deposited directly into the receptacle 22.

To facilitate the collection of any oil remaining in the cans after they are deposited in the receptacle, as well as aid in collecting the drippings which enter the opening 32, a perforated false bottom 35 is provided in the receptacle 22 above its true bottom 4I)v to form a reservoir compartment 36. To ldrain these oils from this compartment `the bottom 40 is tapered downwardly and a spigot 31 provided at its lowest point, legs 29 being secured to the corners of the receptacle to permit the spigot to be so mounted and allow a-collecting pan to be slid under the spigot. On the rear wall of the receptacle 22 a pair of spaced handholds 38 is secured for lifting it and handling it, and to conceal it in the structure side walls 39-are extended around the front and sides of the uprights I opposite it and a door 4I is mounted on the back.

In the top of the structure above the crushing head I3 a. storage compartment is provided for storing a quantity of cans 42 so that they will be readily available to the operator. As illustrated-in the drawings, in this yparticular structure this compartment is defined by four doors 43 which are secured by hinges 44 on a common end thereof to the four angle ,irons I comprising the frame of the structure, such hinges being so constructed that the doors may be turned through an angle of 270 from a closed position on one side of the structure to aclosed position on another side. On the inner face of each door there is'provided a plurality of vertically spaced shelves 45 on which the cans of oil to be sold may be placed.

When the various doors 43 are closed in oneI position, as shown in Fig. 8, the shelves 45 and the cans supported thereby are all enclosed within the storage compartment, and when closed in their other position, as shown in Figs. 1, 2 and '1, the shelves 45' and the can supported thereby are all exposed on the outside of the structure. With such a construction, as it will be appreciated, the doors 43 may be-rotated one after the other from one closed position to another to either effectively display the oil when the device is open for business-or lock it up when it is closed.

. Forlocking the 'storage compartment, three .of the angle irons I areprovided on one face opposite the doors 43 with flanged locking plates 46 which are slidably secured thereto .by rivets 441. extended throughfvertical slots 48 provided in the plates 46. Adjacent these lslots are other f by the operator.

a a y 1,998,263 v jected and engaged.v To slide the plate 46 to un- ,lment against invasion when it is not being used.

On the top of the frame there may be provided a translucent dome 55 similar to domesl customarily provided on gasoline pumps and in it an electric light 56 may be installed for advertising purposes. A similar light 51 is also mounted in the 'under side of the crown mold 3 in a manner to project its light downwardly between the shelves 45 or between the doors43 when they are locked in their display positions so that the crushing head and can-receiving platform of the device will be completely illuminated to render the operation of the emptying and crushing mechanism visible to the purchaser.

To insure this visibility and at the same time protect the crushing and emptying mechanism against the weather, transparent Walls 58 of glass may be secured around the back and side walls of the structure, and if desired a similar detachable wall may be provided for closing in the front of the structure when it is not in use.

In operating the apparatus, a can of oil to be opened is placed onlthe knife-supporting platform 1 with its bottom resting over the funnelshaped opening 8 on the annular flange 20 of the stripping plate 23. The crushing head is then l forced down against the upper end oi the can by operating the spoked wheel 2| to force the can onto the knives 9 and crush it. When the can is completely crushed or to about one-thirdits normal height and its contents emptied into the measuring device 6, the spoked-wheel 2| is reversed and the crushing head elevated to its upper position. In the upward travel of the guide rods I2 the latches 26 mounted upon such guide rods, which in their lower position engage thel stripping plate 23, lift the latter plate and discharge thecrushed can through the .opening'25 in the As will be appreciated by those skilled in the art, this structure provides not only a convenient and effective means for opening and destroying cans of the type contemplated by the invention, but also provides a very effective and convenient storage for the cans to be sold, as well as a very effective display means for such cans. Furthermore, it provides for conveniently storing the cans after they are crushed and for collecting any oil which may drip from such cans so that it is not wasted or permitted to dirty up the dispensing station.

According to the provisions of the patent statutes, I have explained the principle and mode of operation of my invention, and have illustrated and described what I now consider to represent its best embodiment. Howeven, I vdesire 'to have it understood that, within the scope of the appended claims the invention may be practiced otherwise than as-speciiically illustrated and described.

I claim:

1. An apparatus for dispensing oil or the like packaged in sealed containers comprising in combination means for opening such containers, means for collecting the contents of the containers after they are opened and means for forcing said containers againstvsaid opening means, said forcing means also bodily crushing said containers to prevent their re-use as containers.

2. An apparatus for dispensing oil or the like packaged in sealed containers comprising a supporting structure, a storage compartment for said f containers in said structure, means adjacent said compartment for opening and'destroying said containers, and means for collecting the contents of the containers as they are opened, all of said means being in compact alignment for ready ac- -cessibility to an operator.

3. An apparatus for dispensing oil or the like packaged in sealed containers comprising in combination means for storing a quantity rof such containers, means operative upon the opposite ends thereof for opening and destroying the containers 'and means for collecting the contents of the containers after they are emptied, all of said means being in compact alignment for ready accessibility to an operator.

4. An apparatus for dispensing oil or the like packaged in sealed containers; comprising a supporting structure, means on said structure disposed to operate upon the opposite ends of a container when placed therein for opening and crushing it to destroy it, and means also located in said structure for collecting the contents of the containers as they are opened.

5. An apparatus for dispensing oil or the like in sealed containers, comprising a supporting struc-4 ture, means secured to said supporting structure for storing 'such container, a knife mounted in said structure adjacent said compartment for opening the containers, means cooperating with said knife for forcing the containers against'the knife and also crushing the containers, and meansl disposed below said opening and crushing means for collecting the contents of the containers.

6. An' apparatus for dispensing oil or the like packaged in sealed containers comprising in combination a supporting structure, a knife mounted on said structure for opening such containers,

Imeans for collecting the contents of the containers after they are opened, means cooperating with said knife for opening and crushing the containers after they are emptied, means'for discharging .said containers from said crushing means and means for receiving the containers as they are discharged from the crushing means,

all of said means being cooperatively arranged in substantially vertical alignment to make them compactly accessible to an operator.

7. An apparatus for dispensing oil or the like packaged in sealed containers comprising in combination, a supporting structure, means secured to said supporting structure for storing a. quantity of such containers-cutting means mounted in said supportingstructure for opening said containers, means for forcing a containeronto' said cutting means and also crushing it, means for pierced and means for moving said stripper relative to said knife support. Y

9. In an apparatus for dispensing oil or the like-packaged in sealed containers, a supporting structure, means in said structure for piercing a hole in a container, means for forcing a container' against said piercing means, means for stripping the container from the piercing means after the container is emptied, means for receiving the empty containers and means for collecting the drippings from the empty containers after they are deposited in said receiving means, all of said means being cooperatively arranged in substantially vertical alignment to make them compactly accessible to an operator.

10. An apparatus for dispensing oil or the like packaged in sealed containers comprising a supporting structure, a platform in said supporting structurel for receiving a detachable oil collector, a second platform having an opening therein mounted above said rst platform for receiving a container to be opened, means mounted in-the opening in said second platform for piercing a container mounted thereon, a stripping element mounted over said opening to engage the lower end of a container, a crushing head arranged for movement over said-piercing means, means for reciprocating said crushing head, means operable on the upstroke of said crushing head for raising said stripping element to lift a container off said piercing means and removing it -from under said crushing head, and a removable porting structure, a support mounted in said supporting structure for receiving a detachable oil receptacle, a second support having an opening therein mounted above said-iirst support for receiving a container to be opened, means mounted in the opening in said second support for piercing a container, a stripping element mounted over the opening in said second support to engage the lower end of a container mounted on said latter support, a crushing head reciprocably mounted v over said piercing means and said second support, means for positivelyreciprocating said crushing head, means operable on the upstroke of said crushing head for raising said strippingA element to lift a container off said piercing means and discharging the container therefrom, a removable receptacle mounted in the base of said structure to receive said containers as they are discharged from said stripping element, and

means in said latter receptacle for collecting the drippings from said containers after they are opened.

12. An apparatus for dispensing oil or the like packaged in sealed containers comprising va supporting structure, a platform mounted in said supporting structure for receiving a detachable oil collector, a second platform having an opening therein mounted above said first platform for receiving a container to be opened, avseries of knives mounted in the opening in said second platform directly above vsaid first platform, a

stripping element mounted to engage the lower,

ment provided above saidcrushing head for storing a supply of said sealed containers.

13. An apparatus for dispensing oil or the like packaged in sealed containers comprising a supporting structure, a platform in said supporting structure for receiving a detachable oil collector.l a second platform with an opening therein mounted above said first platform for receiving a container to be opened, a knife mounted in the opening in said second platform disposed aboveV said first platform, a stripping element'mounted over said opening to engage the lower end of a container mounted thereon, a crushing head ar ranged for reciprocatory movement over said knife and container support, guide rods and a gear rack supportably connected to said crushin said frame to engage said gear racks and positively move said crushing head, means for rotatingfsaid shaft in opposite direction, and means operable on the upstroke of said crushing head for raising said stripping element to lift a container off said knife and discharge it therefrom.

WILLIAM s. TovvNsEND.

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US2616477A (en) * 1949-08-20 1952-11-04 Lester O Scheer Can compressor
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US2840026A (en) * 1955-08-30 1958-06-24 Budd Co Press serving mechanism
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US3835768A (en) * 1973-01-12 1974-09-17 Hunt Brothers Oldbury Ltd Can crushers
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