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US1999222A
US1999222A US66488833A US1999222A US 1999222 A US1999222 A US 1999222A US 66488833 A US66488833 A US 66488833A US 1999222 A US1999222 A US 1999222A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
    • A24DCIGARS; CIGARETTES; TOBACCO SMOKE FILTERS; MOUTHPIECES FOR CIGARS OR CIGARETTES; MANUFACTURE OF TOBACCO SMOKE FILTERS OR MOUTHPIECES
    • A24D1/00Cigars; Cigarettes
    • A24D1/02Cigars; Cigarettes with special covers
    • A24D1/025Cigars; Cigarettes with special covers the covers having material applied to defined areas, e.g. bands for reducing the ignition propensity
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
    • A24DCIGARS; CIGARETTES; TOBACCO SMOKE FILTERS; MOUTHPIECES FOR CIGARS OR CIGARETTES; MANUFACTURE OF TOBACCO SMOKE FILTERS OR MOUTHPIECES
    • A24D1/00Cigars; Cigarettes
    • A24D1/10Cigars; Cigarettes with extinguishers

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. A ril 30, 1935. M, x c, W INBERGER 1,999,222

CIGARETTE Filed April 7, 1935 tented pr. 30, 1935 1,999,222

UNITED STATES PATsNroFFicE CIGARETTE Maurice X. C. Weinberger, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Self Extinguishing Cigarette Corporation, a corporation of New York Application April 7, 1933, Serial No. 664,888 3 Claims. (Cl. 131-52) My invention relates to an improvement in Figs. 1 and 2 and showing another modified .form cigarettes, and has particular reference to the of cigarette, which embod'es the present invenpreparation of the envelope or container, herein tion and in which the paper of Fig. 3C is employed e called the paper, of the cigarette. A lighted as a wrapper.

v 5 cigarette burns continuously till wholly consumed In producing the cigarette shown'in Fig. l, I 5 when left to itself. It is rapidly self-consuming employ a cigarette paper 1 to which a plurality and burns with a high degree of heat. The clanof strips of similar paper 2 are suitably secured gers from, and damages caused by, neglected or as by agglutination. These strips are about laid-aside lighted cigarettes are universally 1 6" wide and are arranged in a parallel relation it) known and there is general demand for the elimto each other across the width of the cigarette 1o ination of this evil. Furthermore, an uninterpaper so that they will be disposed transversely ruptedly self-consuming cigarette is an economic of the finished cigarette, the strips being spaced waste. about A" from each other. Inasmuch as the v A cigarette burns the way it does-continuously cigarette paperis so folded or rolled about the [5 and self -consuming-for two major reasons, both filler or tobacco contents in the manufacture that inherent in the present processes of manufacture: the strips assume the form of parallel concentric First, because the paper material is a highly inbands 4 disposed within the cigarette envelope or flammable substance of a very even texture, unicontainer, they are substantially invisible from form from end to end, and requires but a small the outside of the finished article.

amount of oxygen to sustain continuous c'om- Preparatory to folding or rolling the cigarette bustion. Second, because the manner of packing paper about the tobacco, the inner surface of the the tobacco particles within the paper is such at strips of the paper 2 is coatedwith a suitable agthe present time, as to leave acontinuous air glutinating substance of the character employed, space between tobacco and paper, which air space for example, in sealing the overlying margins of provides additional paper-surface-exposure to the paper to each other following the cigarette 25 oxygen supp y. rolling operation. Upon placing tobacco on the One'object of my invention is to provide a cigapaper preparatory to the cigarette rolling operarette that burns freely, but ceases burning, and tion, particles of the tobacco owing to the presthus extinguishes itself, at a predetermined zone ence of the agglutinating substance are attached or at predetermined zones and within limited peto the inner surface of the paper strips 2. These 3 riods of time, if left alone, as when not being attached particles are more or less intermingled smoked. with the bulk of the tobacco content of the fin- Another object of my invention is to provide a ished cigarette and function to exclude the oxygen cigarette which burns freely and with less heat by supply from the inner surface of the cigarette reason of a self-limiting of the oxygen supply envelope in the vicinity of the paper strips so that 3 which in turn provides a cool smoke and.a minithe cigarette becomes self-extinguishing if left mum of smoke fumes. alone as when not being smoked.

To the above and other ends the invention con- Inproducing the cigarette shown in Fig. 2, the templates a cigarette structure in which the same generalprocedure as stated in connection 40 lengthwise combustion-continuity of the paper is with the-production of the cigarette of Fig. 1 is 40 impaired, as will hereinafter become apparent employed, with theresult that these two forms of from the following description taken in conneccigarettes are-identical except for the fact that in tion with the accompanying drawing, in whichthe cigarette of Fig. 2 the parallel concentric Fig. 1 is a longitudinal sectional view of one bands 4 are differently positioned with respect to form of a cigarette embodying the invention; the previously described concentric bands l of Fig. 43 Fig. 2 is a view similar to Fig. 1 and showing a 1. This different disposition of the bands 4 is slightly modified form of the invention; Fig. 3 is due, of course, to the fact that the paper strips 2' a perspective view of a cigarette paper from which are attached to the cigarette paper i as shown in the envelope of the cigarette of Fig. 1 is formed; Fig. 3A.

Fig. 3A is a perspective view of a modified form of If desired, the strips of paper 2 and 2' above 5 cigarette paper from which the cigarette of Fig. 2 described may be supplanted .by a superimposed is formed, Fig. 3B is a fragmental, perspective sheet of paper 2", as shown in Fig. 3B, which is view of another modified form of cigarette paper; suitably secured to the cigarette. paper I" as by Fig. 3C is a face view of another modified form agglutination, it being noted that the superimof cigarette paper, and Fig. 4 is a view similar to posed sheet of paper is provided transversely of 55 placing tobacco on the paper 2" itself with a plurality of groups of openings 5 which are so spaced longitudinally of the cigarette paper as to provide, in effect, a plurality of imperforate transversely disposed tobacco-carrying areas to which particles of tobacco attach themselves in the presence of an agglutinating substance with which the superimposed sheet of paper is provided. The imperforate transverse portions of the superimposed sheet of paper 2" assume the form of a centric bands, corresponding to the concentric bands 4 and 4 upon completion of the cigarette rolling operation, that they, together with the particles of tobacco adhering thereto, serve, like the concentric bands 4 and 4 with their adhering particles of tobacco, to render the cigarette selfextinguishing. Instead'of employing the strips of paper 2 or the strips of paper 2 or the sheet of paper 2 as and for the purpose hereinbefore described, a cigarette, of the form shown in Fig. 4 and which embodies the present invention, may be produced with the cigarette paper 2" shown in Fig. 3C. As to the cigarette paper 2", it is to be noted that the agglutinating substance, as shown at 6, is applied directly to and extends transversely of the tobacco-receiving surface of the paper relatively near one end thereof. Upon preparatory to the cigarette-rolling operation, particles of the tobaccobecome attached, through the medium of the agglutinating substance, directly to that paper and present, in association with the aggluplurality of parallel contlnating substance, 2. band 4" in the finished cigarette as shown in Fig. 4, which band renders the cigarette self-extinguishing at and in the vicinity of the band-like zone which is occupied by the adhering tobacco particles.

The term band as used in this specification implies a stripe of agglutinating substance on the inner surface of the wrapper of a cigarette.

Aside from the different forms of the invention herein shown and described, other modifications may be employed without departing from the spirit of the invention or'the scope of the following claims.

What is claimed is:

1. A cigarette having on the inside of its wrapper a band. of agglutinating substance which attaches certain of the tobacco fibres to the wrapper.

2. A cigarette comprising a filler and an envelope embracing said filler, and having attached to its inner wall particles of the filler material, said particles being disposed in a band-like zone intermediate the ends of said envelope.

3. A cigarette comprising a filler and an envelope embracing said filler and having attached to its inner wall particles of the filler material, said particles being disposed in a band-like zone intermediate the ends of said envelope and intermingled with the remaining portion of the filler content.

MAURICE X. C. WEINBERGER.

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