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    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65FGATHERING OR REMOVAL OF DOMESTIC OR LIKE REFUSE
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Aug. 31, 1948.

W. NISKANEN ET AL SUPPORT FOR CONTAINERS Filed April 18, 1947 l l l .lNVENTd/Z '-.MLuAm NKANEN ERNE Y L. CHmsToeRsoM @MMM Aomeu Patented Allg. 31, 194s SUPPORT FOR CONTAINERS William Niskanen and Ernest L. Christofferson,

I. Minneapolis, Minn. L Application April 1B, 1947, Serial No. 742,324

i 7 Claims.

A particularly desirable feature of a structure of.l

this general nature is that it should be effective to rigidly support the container and yet be relatively simple in construction so that the container can be easily removed from the structure for emptying and returned to its secured position without ,requiring manipulation of parts that would constitute a bothersome nuisance in either placing refuse in the container or in removing the container from the support for disposal of the refuse.

Although-structures for this general purpose have been known in the prior art, they have not met with a high degree of commercial success for the reasons they have either been too expensive to create popular demand, or they have been of :such a complex nature as to require mechanical manipulation of parts in placing refuse in the container or removing and replacing the container on the supporting structure.

In the present invention a standard is provided which is 'adapted to be sunk into the ground and having an anchoring structure on the lower end of the standard to secure the same in the ground and prevent it from being pushed over or easily removed. Mounted on the standard are a pair of members for supporting and rigidly holding the container with relation to the standard. In order to accommodate the structure to containers whose dimensions differ, the supporting members are made longitudinally adjustable with relation to each other. One of the members is intended to support the container about its base and to bear substantially all the weight of the container, while the other member is intended to engage a portion of the container, such as a handle thereon, to maintain the container in relatively rigid relationship with the standard. A flexible member is carried on the upper end of the standard for attachment to a removable cover forming a part of the container and serves to prevent the cover from being moved from the vicinity of the standard.

An object of our invention is to provide a simple and effective supporting structure for a container to prevent the container from being readily upset by wind or animals.

Another object is to provide a container support having a pair of members which engage a container at two spaced apart areas so as to provide a relatively rigid support for the container.

Another object is to provide a container support having a first member upon which the major portion of the weight of the container rests, a second member for maintaining the container on the rst portion and a third member which is adapted to be attached to a removable top portion of the container,

Another object is to provide a container support having two members which are adjustable with respect to each other so as to accommodate the support to containers whose dimensions differ.

A further object is to provide a relatively simple and inexpensive container support which is adapted to be anchored into the ground and having two members mited thereon each of which has a grooved or hook-like portion for engaging different parts of a container so as to mount a container in a relatively rigid relationship with the support end from which the container must be vertically lifted in order to remove it from the supporting members.

Other and further objects may become apparent from the following description and claims, and

30 from the appended drawings in which:

Fig. 1 is a side elevation of one form of our invention showing a conventional garbage can or the like mounted thereon;

Fig. 2 is a plan view of an upper supporting member shown in Fig. 1;

Fig. 3 is a plan view of a lower support member shown in Fig. 1;

Fig, 4 is a modification of the structure shown in Fig. l which is adapted to support a plurality of containers; and,

Fig. 5 is another modification of a structure shown in Fig. 1.

Referring now to the several views of the drawing, the invention will be explained in detail.

General reference numeral I0 shows a container supporting structure having a standard I2 preferably formed of tubular material such as a piece of pipe. Adjacent its lower extremity standard I2 is provided with an anchor I4 which is shown in the form of a triangular piece of metal which may be fitted through a slot in standard I2 or welded on to the sides thereof. Standard I2 is adapted tobeunlg i nto the ground which is here illustrated by the line indicated by reference numeral ISalthou'ghkit will be understood that if I gils;

desired the standard could be mounted in a cement base or any other conventional means to maintain it in an erect position from which it coul'dot be easily pushed over or readily removed by vandals.

The structure is intended to provide a supporting means for a container such as a conventional sheet metal can I8 having a lower flanged edge I9 and a pair of pivotally mounted handles 20.

and 2| secured to the opposite lateral surfaces of the container. The container is also provided with a conventional removable cover 22 having a handle 24 thereon.

As shown in Figs. 1 and 3, a lower supporting member indicated by the general reference numeral 25 is mounted on standard I2. Member 25 is formed with a U-shaped member 26 which fits about standard I2 and is secured to the standard by conventional fastening means such as bolt 28. Secured to the forward edge of U shaped member 26'is a bracket 30 on which is mounted an angularly shaped abutment member 32.

. Jloined to the front end of bracket 38 in spaced relation to abutment member 32 so as to leave `a groove r3 1 is an arcuate member 43,6N The imprtant features of member 25 are that the member is adjustable with relationship to standard I2 as provided by bolt 2B, and the groove 34 ard I2 so as to hold container I8 above the level of the ground.

Referring now to Figs. 1 and 2, an upper supporting member indicated by the general reference numeral 4I) is formed of a U-shaped member 42 which is adjustably mounted on standard I2 and secured thereto at a spaced distance from member 25 by a bolt 44 so that a groove or hook y shaped member 46 on the front surface of U- shaped member 42 will engage a handle 28 of container I8 when the handle is in a raised position as shown in Fig. l.

Secured to the top of standard I2 as shown in Fig. l by a set screw 48 is a plug or cap 49 to which is suitably joined a flexible memberslio'wn in the form of chain 58 which at its other end is suitably secured to handle 24 of the removable cover 22.

Referring now to Fig. 4, is shown a modification of the structure previously described, which differs from the previously described structure in that it is provided for supporting two containers on opposite sides of the standard. The only difference between this structure and that shown in Fig. 1 is that the lower supporting member indicated by general reference numeral 52 which would be supported on standard I2 in the same manner as member 25, has brackets 30 and their cooperating parts positioned on the lateral sides of the U-shaped member 26 rather than on the front of the U-shaped member 26 as shown 'in Fig. 3. Likewise, the upper supporting structure indicated by general reference numeral :54-has a pair of hooks 46 secured to the lateral sides of U-shaped member 42 rather than on the front edge thereof as shown in Fig. 2.

The arrangement shown in Fig. 4 nds particular utility for providing containers each of which contains a different type of refuse, or for dwellings occupied by two families where a. uniform appearance of the refuse containers will enhance the general appearance of the property.

Referring now to Fig. 5, is shown another modi cation of the structure disclosed in Fig. 1. Here the standard indicated by general reference numeral 60 is made up of a lower tubular member 62 having at its lower extremity an anchor l4.

Securely mounted on one side of tubular member 62 as by welding or other permanent means is shown a lowwi'" supporting member indicated by the general reference numeral 64, which is in all respects similar to supporting member 25 except that the U-shaped member'26 and bolt 28 have been omitted and bracket 30 is permanently fas- ,l tened to tubular mem-ber 62. Member 62 is pro- 5 vided with a slot 66 adjacent its upper extremity whose purpose will be described hereinafter.

A tubular member 68 whose outer dimensions are less than the inner dimensions of tubular member 62 is telescopically slidable within member 62. Member 68 is provided with a bolt 'I0 which slidably ts into slot 66 and is secured in any desired position within slot 66 by means of a washer II and a nut 12. A hook shaped member 'I4 which is in all respects similar t'o portion 46 of member 48 is permanently secured to member 68 by welding or the like. The structure shown in Fig. 5 distinguishes over that in Fig. l in that in place of obtaining adjustment between members 25 and 40 by sliding these members on standard I2, standard 60 is made in a telescopic manner so that the distance between member 64 and member I4 may be adjusted by slidably moving member 68 with respect to member 62 and securing the two members by the fastening means so that the weight of the container is borne by member 64 and the handle of the container is held by hook 14.

In practice, any of the structures shown in Figs. 1, 4 and 5 are operative in substantially the same manner. The containers I8 will rest upon the supporting structures indicated by numerals 25, 52 and 64 which members are intended to support substantially all of the weight of the container and the handles 2U or 2| will be engaged in the upper hook shaped portions 46 or 14 whose purpose is to maintain the upper portion of the container in a relatively rigid relationship with respect to standards I2 or 68. When the container is to be emptied, the lid 22 is removed, but because it is secured by chain 50 it cannot be lost or stolen. Thereafter, by grasping the outer handle 2I with one hand and the base of the container with the other hand, the container may be vertically lifted off the supporting structure. On returning the container to the structure the abutment 32 serves to guide flange I5 into slot 34 and handle 2D may be lifted to catch it on to the hook shaped portion 46 or 14.

The advantages of our invention are that a container may be rigidly held on a supporting structure in such a manner that it will not be blown over or knocked over by either wind or animals causing the contents to be spilled upon the ground. Furthermore, the construction is such that it invites the cooperation of persons charged with the disposal of refuse inasmuch as the container may be returned to its rigidly supported position without requiring an unnecessary amount of effort. Still further, the structure is relatively simple and will enhance the appearance of property since it provides a neat and orderly manner of arranging refuse containers.

As numerous changes may be apparent to those v i i skilled in the art, we do not wish to be restricted to the illustrations shown, but rather to the full extent of the appended claims.

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l. A"'container support embodying a unitary standard which is adapted to be anchored in the ground and a pair of supporting members ad- `iustably mounted with relation to each other on said standard, fone of said members having an upwardly extending grooved portion for engaging a lower peripheral flange of a container, and the other of said members having a. stationary hook portion for engaging a handle portion of said container.

2. A container support comprising, a unitary standard adapted to be mounted in vertical rigid relationship with the ground, a iirst member carried by said standard, said member extending at right anges to the standard and being formed with an upturned hook-shaped groove for engaging a rst lateral portion of a container and supporting the entire weight of said container and its contents on said standard in spaced relation to the ground, and a second member carried by said standard and extending at right angles thereto in vertically spaced relation to said rst member for abutting a second lateral portion of the container and holding said container in substantially veitical alignment with the standard;

3. A container support, comprising a standard adapted to be rigidly mounted in the ground, a rst member adjustably mounted on said standard, said member having portions extending rigidly at right angles on either side of the standard, each of said portions having an upwardly extending groove on its upper surface adapted to receive ra container handle within each of said grooves. a second member adjustably mounted on said standard in longitudinally spaced relation to said first member, said second member having portionsI extending at right angles on either side of said standardY each of said portions having an upwardly extending groove for receiving a peripheral flange extending from the lower surface of a container, and an abutment extending upwardly from each of said portions between the groove nd the standard for directing the iianged portion if the container into the groove.

4. A rzontainer support, comprising a tubular member' adapted to be rigidly mounted in the grounda container support mounted on said tubular member, consisting of an upwardly extending grocve for engaging a peripheral flange extending from the lower surface of a container and supporting the container on the tubular member in spaced relation to the ground, a member telescopicaliy slldable in said tubular member, a rigid up-turned hook mounted on said latter member for engaging a handle extending laterally from the outer surface of the container in such a manner as to hold the container against lateral movement on the container support. and fastening means cooperable between said tubular member and said latter member for securing said members in adjustably spaced relation to each other.

5. A garbage can support, comprising a unitary standard adapted to be mounted in vertical rigid relationship with the ground, a stationary upturned hook-shaped member extending at right angles from the standard for engaging a rst lateral portion of a garbage can and supporting said can on said standard in spaced relation to the ground, and an abutment extending from the standard in vertically spaced relation to the hookshaped member for engaging a second lateral portion of the can and holding the can on the hook-shaped member in vertical alignment with the standard.

6. A garbage can support comprising, a unitary standard adapted to be mounted in vertical relationship with the ground, a first member secured to the standard and extending at right angles thereto, said member having a groove formed in its upper surface to receive a portion of a peripheral flange extending from the lower surface of a garbage can in such a manner as to support the can in spaced relation to the ground, a vertically extending abutment secured to said first member on one side of the groove for guiding the flange into the groove, and a second member secured to the standard in vertically spaced relation to 'the rst member, said second member having an up-turned stationary hook for engaging a handle extending from a lateral surface of the container.

7. A container support, comprising a standard adapted to be mounted in vertical rigid relationship with the ground, a pair of longitudinally spaced apart supporting members carried by said standard. one of said members having a stationary upturned vertically grooved surface for receiving and holding a portion of a container on the standard above the surface of the ground in such a manner as to require vertical movement of the container for releasing the same from said member, the other of said members having a pair of laterally diverging arms for engaging the container on its outer surface at an area vertically spaced from the first member to maintain the container substantially rigid and against lat-I eral movement with respect to the standard.

WILLIAM NISKANEN. ERNEST L. CHRISTOFFERSON.

REFERENCES CITED The following references are of record in the ile of this patent:

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