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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A46BBRUSHES
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    • A46B11/001Brushes with reservoir or other means for applying substances, e.g. paints, pastes, water with integral reservoirs
    • A46B11/0017Brushes with reservoir or other means for applying substances, e.g. paints, pastes, water with integral reservoirs with pre-pressurised reservoirs, e.g. aerosols
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p 5, 1961 H. M. BIRCH ETAL 2,998,822

SELF-CONTAINED PUSH BUTTON APPLICATOR Filed June 12, 1959 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 INVENTOR$ HERBERT M- BIR H DA N/EL' H. GA-rrcwz BY W 772. 431/255 ATTORNEY pt. 5, 1961 H. M. BIRCH ETAL 2,998,822

SELF-CONTAINED PUSH BUTTON APPLICATOR Filed June 12, 1959 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 i 1 7- 7 INVENTORS HERBERT M- B/RcH DAN/E1. H. GATTONE ATTORNEY Unite States Patent Is p 1 pay 2t lfflfiig. R 3:: 2,998,822

Drexel Hill, Pa.

Filed June 12, 1959, Ser. No. 819,964 6 Claims. (Cl. 132116) The present invention relates to a push-button control applicator means for discharge of the contents from a disposable pressurized unit, and is an improvement of our prior co-pending application Serial No. 653,147, filed April 16, 1957, now abandoned.

l-leretofore many arrangements have been devised to apply shampoo, hair tonic, hair grooming compositions, medications, cosmetics and the like to the hair, scalp or face, for example by actual application with the hands, by gravity discharging applicators and by squeeze-type containers. Each of these applicating means and methods is satisfactory only because no other more efficient means and less messy manner of application is known to the users.

It is an object of this invention to provide a novel tore efficient and effective system and apparatus for applying ingredients, compositions and the like to the hair. scalp or face of a person.

Another object is to provide in combination an assembled self-contained device operable as a unit, comprised of an applicator with a self-contained disposable pressurized cartridge manually under control of the user himself, such assembled unit for example including a hair brush, scalp treating or shampoo device, comb, facial pad or the like.

Another object is to provide a novel pressurized cartridge per se with a metered valve for insertion in a portion of a novelly formed applicator member.

A further object is to provide in combination an applicator, such as a hair brush, comb or facial pad formed with a cartridge chamber, and a pressure loaded cartridge with an axially movable meter valve arrangement adapted to be manually opened by a push button to supply a metered quantity of the cartridge contents to the applicator while it is being used.

Still a further object is to provide, in combination, an applicator with a self-contained pressure loaded cartridge and a push-button control operating arrangement therefor, wherein said push-button control is positioned in the end of the handle so as not to be accidentally operated during use.

With these and other objects in view, the present novel system and apparatus consists in the novel construction, arrangement, and combination of parts described in the following specification and illustrated in the accompanying drawings, wherein three embodiments of this invention are disclosed, as means to practice the same.

In the drawings, wherein like reference characters refer to like parts on the figures:

FIGURE 1 is a longitudinal cross-section view of one form of applicator, namely a hair brush, illustrating the aerosol self-contained cartridge and the manual pushbutton control therefor;

FIGURE 2 is a bottom plan view of FIGURE 1;

FIGURE 3 is an elevational view of the aerosol cartridge per so with the meter valve system;

FIGURE 4 is a longitudinal cross-section view of a second embodiment of the invention, illustrating a comb in place of the brush of FIGURES l and 2;

FIGURE 5 is a bottom plan view of the comb of FlGURE 4;

FIGURE 6 is a longitudinal cross-section view of a facial applicator; and

FIGURE 7 is a top plan view of FIGURE 6.

Referring to the drawings and first with reference to FIGURE 1, there is disclosed a brush A with a handle 10 and a head 11 having a solid back portion 12 and a front bristle portion 13. The material of the brush is preferably of plastic, such as Lucite or some acrylic resin product and the handle 10 is bored and counterbored through into the head portion ll to provide a duct 14 in the head and a relatively larger bore in the handle to provide a cartridge chamber 15. Leading oil' from the duct 14 is a relatively smaller duct 16, which opens into the fiat front face of bristle portion 13, see FIGURE 2.

The junction between the duct 14 and the chamber 15 provides an annular shoulder 17. This shoulder serves as an abutment for an operating element 22 formed on valve stem 21 of a replaceable and disposable aerosol or pressurized cartridge B, see FIGURE 3, filled with any suitable composition, such as shampoo, tonic, hair grooming cream, or facial liquid, cream or lotion. The cartridge B includes the usual spring closed valve 30 and the spring of said valve may be compressed when the pinched or bulged portion 22 on the movable hollow valve stem 21 is forced against the abutment 17, that is, when the cartridge body B is moved forward by a pushbutton or push-stud 23 formed on the free end of the cartridge B, see FIGURES 1-3. This push-button or push-stud 23 projects from the apertured end of a cap 24 and is freely reciprocable in said end cap 24, which is threadedly mounted on the end of the hollow handle 10.

Any suitable meter type valve arrangement may be used, such as that illustrated and described in our eopending application Serial No. 647,352, filed March 20, 1957, now Patent No. 2,872,923, or such as illustrated in Patent No. 2,746,796, granted May 22, 1956, or in Patent No. 2,721,010. Also, if desired a valve. such as disclosed in our Patent No. 2,788,784, issued April 16, 1957, may be used.

The end of the handle 10 is formed with threads 31 to receive the threads 32 of the cap 24, said cap being formed with an opening for extension therethrough of the push member or extension 23. This cap 24 is removable to permit the insertion and removal of an aerosol cartridge B when desired. Such cartridges thus are replaceable when empty and interchangeable and may be loaded with many different kinds of tonics, shampoos, medications and the like. Also, if desired the cartridges may be used independently, that is, without any applicator by manually pushing in the valve stem 21 by pushing on the element 22 formed on valve stem 21.

General operation ment 22 rests on the abutment 17 with the valve stem- 21 extending beyond the abutment 17 into the duct 14. Then the cap 24 is replaced on the end of the handle with the extension 23 extending through the cap opening.

Now when the brush is used, it may be used as a normal brush or if the hair is dry and needs grooming or tonic, then the push-button 23 is manually pressed, and the spring of valve 30 is compressed by the operating element 22 and abutment or shoulder 17, thereby opening the valve for the meter chamber of the meter valve system, to discharge a metered or predetermined dosage of tonic or the like from the aerosol cartridge under pressure into the ducts 1425 and out of port 16 onto the users head and possibly onto a portion of the bristles of the brush. The brush is then used in the usual manner and if desired the'push-button 23 may be pushed and repushed to discharge another metered amount of hair groom, tonic or the like.

The same general arrangement may be provided for a comb as illustrated in FIGURE 4. For example, a comb C with the usual teeth 32 is shown, said comb having a back portion 33 formed with a duct 34 leading from a handle 35 internally bored identically to the bandle of the brush shown in FIGURES l and 2, to provide a cartridge chamber 35*. The comb teeth 32 at the apices thereof are each formed therebetween with a discharge orifice 36 opening from the duct 34. Thus when the spring closed meter valve 37 is actuated the pressurized treating medium is ejected from these orifices between the comb teeth onto the hair and scalp. The hair may then be combed to provide a well groomed appearance or to receive the benefits of a medicated tonic or the like.

A third embodiment of the invention is illustrated in connection with a facial applicator D, which comprises a head portion 40 and a handle portion 41 bored in the manner of FIGURES l and 2, so as to house a pressurized cartridge B of cosmetics, such as facial creams. liquid or lotions. The head portion 40 is preferably tear-drop shaped as shown in FIGURE 7, to thereby permit more efficient use thereof around the nose and checks of the user, for example. The pad material 42 of the portion 41 may be of any suitable replaceable throw-away porous material, such as sponge, foam rubber, multiple layers of cloth or the like. Such material is rcmovably mounted on the head portion 40 by the use of a soft plastic clamping or retaining ring 42 formed with a lapping retainer flange 43 and a depending annular skirt 44, which skirt is formed with an upturned snap on catch 45. The outer wall of head portion 40 around its upper peripheral edge is formed with a com plementary reversely directed catch 46, so that the ring 4?. when pushed downward over the facial padding will cause catches 45 and 46 to snap-lock together.

The head portion 40 is formed with a duct 47 and a plurality of discharge ducts 48, which direct the pressurized discharge of facial liquids, lotions and creams against the underside of the padding, to thereby saturate and filter therethrough to the outer face engaging surface of the padding.

The meter valve 49 of the cartridge B" for this unit is operated in the same manner as previously described in connection with the brush applicator disclosed in FIGURES l and 2.

Thus there is provided a novel, efficient and economical system for applying medicaments, tonic, shampoo. beauty locations and various forms of hair creams and the like to the hair, scalp, or face under pressure, which is self-contained and which permits interchangeable and/or disposable use of individual novel aerosol or pressurized cartridges. These cartridges are aerosol or pressurized containers, which may be sold as separate refill units and in some instances may be used without an applicator and may have a manually controlled valve which is either metered or not metered as desired.

Furthermore all old-fashioned bulbs, squeeze bottles and the like are eliminated and replaced by this novel push-button applicator system.

In addition to medieaments, hair tonics and shampoo formulas. this arrangement is applicable to toothbrush and tooth paste cartridges. For example. containers of tooth paste pressurized with an inert gas. such as nitrogen and the like, may be utilized with a brush means in the same manner as illustrated in FIGURES l, 2 and 3 of the drawings.

While only a few embodiments of the invention are specifically shown and described in detail, it is to be expressly understood that there may be many changes made in the forms and shapes of the applicators and the containers and in the propellants used without departing from the concept of this invention.

To determine the scope of the invention, reference should be had to the appended claims.

What is claimed is:

I. In combination, an applicator having a head portion with a plurality of discharge ducts. a handle connected to said head portion having a chamber therein. an annular shoulder defining the juncture of the said head portion and said handle and a counterbored reduced conduit in said head portion extending from said shoulder to, and communicating with said discharge ducts, said applicator having a relatively larger crosssectional area than said handle and said ducts extending laterally with respect to said counterbored reduced conduit, and a pressurized container disposed within said r chamber having a product to be discharged through said ducts, said container having a valve with a hollow valve stem, said stern having a discharge outlet communicat ing with said reduced conduit and said ducts and means engaging said shoulder, said valve being normally maintained closed by means of a spring and the pressure in said container, said valve controlling the discharge of the pressurized product from the said pressurized container through said valve stem into the said applicator discharge ducts, and a push button operatively associated with said container to move the same projecting from an opening in a portion of said handle, whereby the said valve may be opened against the resistive action of said spring and said container pressure by movement of said means on said container while said valve stem is engaged with said shoulder in the applicator.

2. Means for topical treatment comprising an applicator 'with a brush portion having a head portion with a discharge duct, a handle connected to said head portion of the brush portion having a chamber therein, an annular shoulder defining the juncture of the said head portion and said handle and a counterbored reduced conduit in said head portion extending from said shoulder to, and communicating with said discharge duct, said brush portion having a relatively larger cross-sectional area than said handle and said duct extending laterally with respect to said counterbored reduced conduit and terminating in said brush portion, and a replaceable pressurized cartridge disposed within said chamber having a product to be discharged through said duct, said cartridge having a valve with a hollow valve stem, said stem having a discharge outlet communicating with said reduced conduit and said duct and means engaging said shoulder, said valve being normally maintained closed by means of a spring and the pressure in said cartridge, said valve controlling the discharge of the pressurized product from the said pressurized cartridge through said valve stem into the said brush discharge duct. and a push button operatively associated with said cartridge to move the same projecting from an opening in a portion of said handle, whereby the said valve may be opened against the resistive action of said spring and said cartridge pressure by movement of said means on said cartridge while said valve stem is engaged with said shoulder in the brush.

3. In combination, a comb having a head portion with a plurality of discharge ducts terminating between the respective teeth of the comb, a handle connected to said head portion having a chamber therein, an annular shoulder defining the juncture of the said head portion and said handle and a counterbored reduced conduit in said head portion extending from said shoulder to, and communicating with said discharge ducts between the comb teeth. and said ducts extending laterally with respect to said counterbored reduced conduit, and a disposable pressurized container disposed within said chamber having a product to be discharged through said ducts outwardly between the comb teeth, said container having a valve with a hollow valve stem, said stem having a discharge outlet communicating with said rcduccd conduit and said ducts and means engaging said shoulder, said valve being normally maintained closed by means of a spring and the pressure in said container, said valve controlling the discharge of the pressurized product from the said pressurized container through said valve stem into the said comb discharge ducts, and a push button operatively associated with said container to move the same projecting from an opening in a portion of said handle, whereby the said valve may be opened against the resistive action of said spring and said container pressure by movement of said means on said container while said valve stem is engaged with said shoulder in the said head portion of the comb.

4. In combination, an applicator having a tear-drop shaped head portion with a plurality of discharge ducts, a covering of porous material secured over said ducts, a handle connected to said head portion having a chamber therein, an annular shoulder defining the juncture of the said head portion and said handle and a counterbored reduced conduit in said head portion extending from said shoulder to, and communicating with said discharge ducts, said applicator having a relatively larger cross-sectional area than said handle and said ducts extending laterally with respect to said counterbored reduced conduit, and a pressurized container disposed within said chamber having a product to be discharged through said ducts, said container having a valve with a hollow valve stem, said stem having a discharge outlet communicating with said reduced conduit and said ducts and means engaging said shoulder, said valve being normally maintained closed by means of a spring and the pressure in said container, said valve controlling the discharge of the pressurized product from the said pressurized container through said valve stem into the said applicator discharge ducts and into the said porous covering, and means operatively associated with said container to move the same projecting from an opening in a portion of said handle, whereby the said valve may be opened against the resistive action of said spring and said container pressure by movement of said means on said container while said valve stem is engaged with said shoulder in the applicator.

5. In combination, an applicator having a head portion with a plurality of discharge ducts, a handle connected to said head portion having a chamber therein. an annular shoulder defining the juncture of the said head portion and said handle and a counterbored reduced conduit in said head portion extending from said shoulder to, and communicating with said discharge ducts, said applicator having a relatively larger cross-sectional area than said handle and said ducts extending laterally with respect to said counterbored reduced conduit, and a pressurized container disposed within said chamber having a product to be discharged through said ducts, said container having an axially movable meter valve with a hollow valve stem, said stem having a discharge outlet communicating with said reduced conduit and, said ducts and an intermediate relatively wider pinched portion engaging said shoulder, said valve being normally maintained closed by means of a spring and the pressure in said container, said valve controlling the discharge of the pressurized product from the said pressurized container through said valve stem into the said applicator discharge ducts, and a push button operatively associated with said container to move the same projecting from an opening in a portion of said handle, whereby the said valve may be opened against the resistive action of said spring and said container pressure by movement of said means on 7 said container while said wider pinched portion of said valve stem is engaged with said shoulder in the applicator to supply a metered quantity of the container contents to the applicator from said hollow valve stem into said ducts.

6. In combination, an applicator having a head portion with a plurality of discharge ducts, a handle connected to said head portion having a chamber therein, an annular shoulder defining the juncture of the said head portion and said handle and a counterbored reduced conduit in said head portion extending from said shoulder to, and communicating with said discharge ducts, said applicator having a relatively larger cross-sectional area than said handle and said ducts extending laterally with respect to said counterbored reduced conduit, and a self-contained pressurized disposable container disposed within said chamber having a product to be discharged through said ducts, said container having a valve with a hollow valve stem, said stem having a discharge outlet communicating with said reduced conduit and said ducts and an intermediate enlargement engaging said shoulder, said valve being normally maintained closed by means of a spring and the pressure in said container, said valve controlling the discharge of the pressurized product from the said pressurized container through said valve stem into the said applicator discharge ducts, and means operatively associated with said container to move the same projecting from an opening in a portion of said handle, whereby the said valve may be opened against the resistive action of said spring and said container pressure by movement of said means on said container while said enlargement on said valve stem is engaged with said shoulder in the applicator.

References Cited in the file of this patent UNITED STATES PATENTS 753,968 Farmer Mar. 8, 1904 2,295,746 Metzler Sept. 15, 1942 2,617,431 Gaspari Nov. 11, 1952 2,756,908 Miller July 31, 1956 2,788,925 Ward Apr. 16, 1957 2,790,190 Mastrandrea Apr. 30, 1957 2,914,222 Meshberg Nov. 24, 1959 FOREIGN PATENTS 822,718 Germany Nov. 26, 1951

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