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US2222211A
US2222211A US204746A US20474638A US2222211A US 2222211 A US2222211 A US 2222211A US 204746 A US204746 A US 204746A US 20474638 A US20474638 A US 20474638A US 2222211 A US2222211 A US 2222211A
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    • B65D71/0048Tray-like elements provided with handles, for storage or transport of several articles, e.g. bottles, tins, jars formed by folding one blank so as to form a tubular element in which the upper wall is provided with openings through which the articles extend partially with walls wrapping around a great part of the articles
    • B65D71/0051Tray-like elements provided with handles, for storage or transport of several articles, e.g. bottles, tins, jars formed by folding one blank so as to form a tubular element in which the upper wall is provided with openings through which the articles extend partially with walls wrapping around a great part of the articles with additional locating elements for the articles
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
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    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
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    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
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Nov. 19, 1940. E. L. ARNESON BOTTLE HOLDER Filed April 28, 1938 weawa Patented Nov. 19, 1940 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE BOTTLE HOLDER Edwin Lewis Arneson, Morris, 111.

Application April 28, 1938, Serial No. 204,746

8 Claims.

This invention relates to containers or holders for the packaging of a plurality of bottles or the like, so that they may be carried conveniently as a unit.

.A general object of the invention is the provision of such a device which may be manufactured economically from sheet material, such as paper board, which can be packaged and shipped to the user in a fiat knocked-down condition in 10 which each unit occupies but little space, which can be set up by the user at the point of use without special equipment or additional fastenings, and which, in its set-up condition, forms a suitably strong and stable holder adapted to retain a groupof bottles or the like securely and permit them to be carried conveniently.

Another object of the invention is the provision of a device of the sort specified which forms a convenient receptacle into which the bottles may be placed after the device is set up and from which they may be removed without involving any dismantling, taking down or mutilation of it. Yet another object is the provision of such a holder which aflords retaining members for positively holding the bottles against dislodgement, which members are formed from internal portions of the sheet which constitutes the receptacle or body portion of the holder.

Yet another object is the provision of a device of the sort specified which affords a very strong and secure handle formed of portions of the sheet which comprises the receptacle or body member. Other and further objects of the invention will he pointed out or indicated hereinafter, or will be apparent from the following description or upon actual use of one of the devices.

1 I For the purpose of aiding in an explanation of r the invention, I show in the accompanying drawing forming a part of this specification, and hereinafter describe, one form in which it may be embodied. It is to be understood, however, that this is presented merely for purpose of illustration and hence is not to be construed in'any fashion for the purpose of limiting the appended claims short of the true and most comprehensive scope of the invention in the art. a In said drawing, Fig. 1 is-a perspective view of a bottle holder embodying the present invention, showing same in its set-up condition;

Fig. 2 is a sectional view on substantially line 2-2 of Fig. 1;

Fig. 3 is a plan view or the blank of which the device shown in Fig. 1 is made; and Fig. 4 is a plan view of thedevice in the flat or knocked-down condition in which it is supplied to the user.

An understanding of the invention may be most quickly had from a description of the illustrative embodiment shown in the drawing.

The holder is formed from a sheet of paper board or the like having the proper strength and stiffness, by first forming a blank such as shown in Fig. 3, which is slotted and scored with crease lines to provide parts as follows: A bottom panel 10 comprising portions Ill and I0, each one-half the width of the intended bottom of the device, is formed by creased fold lines a, b and b, being conjoined along the lines b and b, with side panels II and II. These side panels are slotted 15 along the solid lines 0 to form apertures which are normally occupied by tabs I2 and I2 which are left conjoined to the side panels along creased fold lines d. Greased fold lines e, ,f and g provide handle panels I4, I5 and I6 which are provided 20- with finger apertures I1, of identical size and form.

The bottom and side panels are slotted along arcuate lines It and i and creased on lines It at the ends thereof, to form retainer members I8 25 adjacent the lower corners of the side panels. It will be seen that these retainer members are formed partly in the bottom panel, but in larger part in the side panels, and that they extend across the creased fold. lines D and b.

After being thus formed by a single blanking operation, the blank is folded on the crease line a so that panel I I is laid over onto panel I I, thus bringing handle panel I6 onto panel I4. Handle panel I5 is then bent over the margin of panel I6, and the three handle panels fastened together, flat upon one another, by adhesive, and preferably by staples or stitches I9 adjacent the fold creases e and g. The handle openings I! are thus in register. This completes the manufacturing of the holder, and in this flat form shown in Fig. 4 it is stacked and shipped to the user.

To set up the holder, the side panels are first flexed apart on crease lines 2 and g, so that their upper portions take a divergent relationship. At the same time, the bottom panel portions III and I0 may be flexed apart from each other. This flexing of the panels on crease lines a, b and b and also on the upper crease lines may be accomplished very readily by inserting the fingers from opposite sides against the retainer members I8, in such fashion that they are pushed inwardly so that the portions of the side panels between the adjacent retainer members may be grasped at the margins between the fingers and thumbs of the u into substantially the positions illustrated in Figs.

1 and 2, wherein they extend obliquely across the interior angles at the meeting corners of the bottom and side panels.

The bottles are inserted through the apertures in the upper portions of the side panels, the tabs [2 being swung inwardly to approximately the positions illustrated in Fig. 1. The holder illustrated is designed to receive six bottles arranged in two rows of three each. The first two bottles inserted through each aperture are moved to the opposite ends of the aperture, where they rest upon the portions l8a of the retainer members and against the upstanding portions l8b thereof, viz., in approximately the positions represented by the dotted circles V in Fig. 2. The third bottle in each row is then inserted between the other two and stands upon the bottom panel. The height of the holder is designed so that the necks or upper portions of the bottles project from the top openings, whence they may be withdrawn, provided the middle bottle is taken out first.

The retainer members retain the bottom portions of the bottles against sliding out of the ends of the holder, and the portions at the ends of the side apertures hold the top portions of the bottles against falling out. Accordingly, all of the bottles are very securely retained in the holder, and may be carried conveniently by the laminated handle formed by the three handle panels.

It will be observed that this handle is very stiff longitudinally, so that it effectively holds the upper portions of the side panels, which are necessarily rather narrow at the ends of the bottle-receiving apertures, against swinging toward each other, and it also supports the top structure against sagging under the weight of the contents. Consequently, the structure is quite stable and the strength of the material is utilized to best advantage. The tabs 12 and I2, in addition to forming separators between the upper portions of the bottles in the opposite rows, cooperate with the conjoined portions of the body material along the fold lines d, as well as with the three-ply handle structure, to form a beamlike strut or stiffening member at the top of the receptacle, which additionally supports it against buckling or weaving.

It will be observed that the entire structure is formed entirely within the outline of a simple rectangle, and substantially without any waste whatever, as the only unused portions of the material are the blanks punched from the handle apertures I'I.

What I claim is:

l. A knock-down container for carrying bottles or the like, comprising a sheet of paper board creased to provide a bottom panel and side panels adapted to occupy upstanding positions at its opposite side margins, portions of some of said panels being slotted out to form retainer strips which have opposite ends connected to different panels and are bendable inwardly from the side panels, by flexure along lines which are approximately parallel with side margins of the side panels, to positions wherein they present side faces in upwardly extending positions over the end portions of the bottom panel so as to act as stops to retain bottles against sliding of! thereof, a. handle being provided at the upper ends of the side panels whereby the container may be carried.

2. A knock-down container for carrying bottles or the like, comprising a sheet of paper board creased to provide a bottom panel and side panels adapted to occupy upright positions at opposite side margins of the bottom panel when the container is in set-up condition, portions of some of said panels being slotted out to form retainer strips which have opposite ends connected to different panels and which are bendable inwardly from! the side panels, along lines of bend which extend toward the side margins of the bottom panel, to positions over the end portions of the bottom panel where they present broad surfaces facing inwardly from the ends of the bottom panel to act as stops to retain bottles against sliding off thereof, a handle being provided at the upper ends of the side panels, whereby the container may be carried.

3. A container for carrying battles or the like substantially as specified in claim 2 and wherein the upper portions of the side panels are connected to each other and said side panels are provided, below said connection, with apertures through which bottles may be inserted and withdrawn to and from positions where they stand upright on the bottom panel intermediate the retainer strips at opposite ends thereof.

4. A container as specified in claim 2 and wherein each of said retainer strips remains integrally connected at one of its ends to a side panel and at its other end to the bottom panel along a line of bend on which it folds toward the adjacent end of the bottom panel.

5. A container for carrying bottles or the like, comprising a sheet of paper board creased to provide a bottom panel and side panels connected to opposite side margins of the bottom panel and flexible to upstanding positions relative thereto, band-like retainer strips being slotted out of some of said panels but remaining connected at opposite ends to different panels from which said strips are bendable inwardly to positions over end portions of the bottom panel when the container is set up, the lines on which said strips are adapted to bend inwardly from the side panels extending toward the side margins of the bottom panel so that in their inwardly bent positions said strips present broad surfaces facing inwardly from the ends of the bottom panel, to act as retainer members to prevent bottles sliding off thereof, the side panels being provided at their upper ends with a handle whereby the container may be carried.

6. A container for carrying bottles or the like as specified in claim 5 and wherein upper portions of the side panels are connected to each other below the handle and the side panels are provided below said connection with apertures through which bottles may be introduced to and removed. from positions between said retainer members.

7. A bottle carrier comprising a one-piece folding carton having a bottom and two sides hingedly joined to the bottom, adjacent portions of the bottom and sides having pairs of arcuate slits formed therein, said slits extending across the joints between the adjacent portions adjacent the corners of the bottom and having their concave sides toward the adjacent bottom corner, both slits of each pair extending into the bottom and one of the sides but the slit of each pair which is farthest from the adjacent bottom corner being of greater length than the other so that when the sides are swung to angular positions relative to the bottom, portions of the bottom and sides between the slits of the pairs are adapted to be bent out of the bottom and sides toward the adjacent ends of the bottom to provide bottle-retaining straps over respective end portions of the bottom.

8. A bottle carrier comprising a onepiece folding carton having a bottom panel and two side panels hingedly joined to opposite margins of the bottom, adjacent portions of the bottom and side panels having pairs of slits formed therein, the slits extending across the joints between the panels adjacent the corners of the bottom panel and defining the margins of strap-like elements which remain connected at their ends to the panels in which they are formed, both slits of each pair extending into the bottom panel and one of the side panels but the slit of each pair which is farthest from the adjacent end of the bottom extending farther into the side panel than the other slit of the pair, so that when the sides are in angular relationship to the bottom, portions of the bottom and side panels between the adjacent slits are adapted to be bent inwardly from the side panels and toward the adjacent end of the bottom panel to provide an upstanding bottle-retaining strap adjacent each corner of the latter.

EDWIN LEWIS ARNESON.

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