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    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43DMACHINES, TOOLS, EQUIPMENT OR METHODS FOR MANUFACTURING OR REPAIRING FOOTWEAR
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    • B01F11/008Mixers with shaking, oscillating, or vibrating mechanisms the stirrers performing an oscillatory, vibratory or shaking movement
    • B01F11/0082Mixers with shaking, oscillating, or vibrating mechanisms the stirrers performing an oscillatory, vibratory or shaking movement performing a rectilinear reciprocating movement
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    • B01F13/002Movable mixing devices, i.e. apt to be shifted or displaced from one place to another, e.g. by human force portable during use, e.g. hand-held
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    • B01F13/0023Of the syringe, cartridge type
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Abstract

A cartridge for storing separately a plurality of ingredients, at least one of them in a separate frangible envelope within the cartridge, and then for mixing the ingredients and expelling the mixture, includes a cylindrical container apertured at each end, a piston, a piston rod slidably passing through one end of the container and through the piston and having a substantially fluid tight seal with the piston and with the side walls of the container, a mixing element affixed to the rod on the side of the piston remote from that one end of the container, and means to couple the piston to the piston rod to permit drive of the piston lengthwise of the container by the piston rod after rupture of the envelope and mixture of the ingredients by the mixing element.

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United States Patent 11 1 Hostettler et a1.

.1451 Feb. 26, 1974 CARTRIDGE FOR STORING, MIXING AND DISPENSING A PLURALITY 0F INGREDIENTS [75] Inventors: Fritz Hostettler, Freehold, NJQ;

Heinz 0. Herzog, Chappaqua, NY.

[73] Assignee: Inter-Polymer Research Corporation, Farmingdale, NJ.

[22] Filed: Dec. 6, 1971 [21] Appl. No.: 204,997

[52] U.S. Cl 222/190, 222/386, 222/325,

[51] Int. Cl B67d 1/08 [58] Field of Search 222/190, 386, 325, 80

[56] References Cited UNITED STATES PATENT 978,488 12/1910 Roesch 222/80 3,164,303 1/1965 Trautmann 222/190 3,195,778 7/1965 Coates 222/190 2,166,437 7/1939 Howie et a1 222/386 1,986,444 l/l935 Mclntosh 239/373 X 2,417,981 3/1947 Graham ..'89/l A 2,956,752 10/1960 Wahlin 239/526 3,106,238 10/1963 Bruce 89/1 A X 3,251,419 5/1966 Howard 239/353 X 3,384,133 5/1968 Gordon 222/396 X 3,352,457 11/1967 3,527,391 9/1970 2,362,946 11/1944 2,162,057 6/1939 1,134,656 4/1915 3,026,006 3/1962 Frankfurt 222/400.7

Primary Examiner-Robert B. Reeves Assistant Examiner-H. Grant Skaggs, Jr.

Attorney, Agent, or Firm-Watson, Leavenworth, Keltbn and Taggart [5 7] ABSTRACT tainer and through the piston and having a substantially fluid tight seal with the piston and with the side walls of the container, a mixing element affixed to the rod on the side of the piston remote from that one end of the container, and means to couple the piston to the piston rod to permit drive of the piston lengthwise of the container by the piston rod after rupture of the envelope and mixture of the ingredients by the mixing element.

10 Claims, 6 Drawing'Figures PAIENIEDFEBZBW 3.794.221

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SHEU 2 BF 2 INVENTORS FRITZ HO TT HEIN Z 0. R20 BY ATTORNEYS 1 CARTRIDGE FOR STORING, MIXING AND DISPENSING A PLURALITY OF INGREDIENTS BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention This invention relates to a cartridge for storing, mixing and dispensing multiple component compositions wherein at least one component must be kept separate from the others untiljust prior to use of the mixed compositions.

2. Description of the Prior Art In many industrial applications, multiple reactive materials are used wherein each reactive material must be kept separate during storage to prevent premature reaction between the reactive materials. When they are to be used, the reactive materials are intimately mixed together and the mixture is then used within a short period after mixing. In the past, it has been necessary to provide separate storage containers for the' reactive materials and then to mix them together in the proper proportions. This operation is undesirable from several standpoints; In the first place, many such mixtures re-' quire rather critical proportions 'of each component out. Furthermore, the components of such mixtures are often viscous liquids, and it is not easy to dispense, measure and mix such materials.

Attempts have been made in the past to integrate the operations of storing, mixing and dispensing two or more ingredients in a single device. However, such devices are subject to one or more disadvantages which this invention effectively overcomes.

U. S. Pat. Nos. 3,164,303 and 3,195,778 are two disclosures of such devices which are known to us. In each of these a diaphragm or piston divides the interior of a cylinder into two storage chambers, one in front and one behind the diaphragm, and-a mixing element in front of the diaphragm is affixed to a handle which passes through the diaphragm and out through the rear wall of the cylinder. When the two ingredients in the two storage chambers are to be mixed, an opening is formed in the diaphragm, by rupturing it in US. Pat. No. 3,195,778 and in US. Pat. No. 3,164,303 by unscrewing the mixing element from a central aperture in the diaphragm otherwise closed by the mixing element. The diaphragm is then pulled to the rear with the handle so that the ingredient behind the diaphragm passes through it to the frong thereof where the two ingredients can be mixed together by further manipulation of the mixing element. The contents of the cylinder can then be expelled through an opening in the front wall of the cylinder, either by re-engaging the mixingelement with the diaphragm to form an imperforate piston (in US. Pat. No. 3,164,303) or by operation of an auxiliary piston disposed at the rear of the cylinder in US. Pat. No. 3,195,778. I

In either case provision is made for only two ingredients and, moreover, if the two storage compartments are to be each one-half the length of the cylinder and if the entire contents of thecylinder are to be expelled for use, then in the storage condition of the device the handle must extend out past the rear wall of the cylinder, a distance equal to one-half the length of the cylinder. A similar device is disclosed in U. S. Pat. No. 3,140,078.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION In contrast, this invention provides a cartridge comprising a container having a substantially cylindrical side wall and an apertured end wall at each end thereof, a piston slidable within and lengthwise of the container, a piston rod slidably passing through the piston and through the aperture in one of the end walls, the piston having a substantially fluid-tight seal with the piston rod and with the side walls of the container, a mixing element affixed to the piston rod on the side of said piston remote from that one end wall, and two-part interengaging means of which one part is arranged on. said piston and of which the other part is arranged on said piston rod. Y

The cartridge of this invention can be used to store two, and even a greater number of ingredients. Moreover, when the cartridge is in the storage condition, the piston rod is disposed within the container for substantially its entire length hereby resulting in a device of greater compactness than heretofore attained.

While the invention is widely applicable, it is particularly useful for mixing'and dispensing flexible polyurethane foam systems whereina polyether or polyester must be mixed with an isocyanate or polyisocyanate at the point of use and the mixture used almost immedi ately. For example, in the fitting of a ski boot, it is of great importance that the boot conforms substantially with the contours of the wearers foot; In order to obtain this precise fit, ski boots are fitted with an orifice at the heel portion through which a polyurethane foam reaction mixture is forcibly injected while the boot is being worn by the purchaser. Thepolyurethane foam BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS The invention will now be further described in terms of a presently preferred exemplary embodiment and by reference to the accompanying drawings in which:

FIG. 1 is a view of the cartridge of FIG.. 2 as employed to inject a-polyurethane foam reaction mixture through an aperture located in the heel portion of a ski boot; I

FIG. 2 is an axial section through one form of cartridge in accordance with the invention, in the storage condition thereof;

FIGS. 4, 5 and 6 are sectional views taken on the lines 4-4, 5-5 and 6-6 of FIG. 2 and in the directions identified by the arrows shown with those section lines.

DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENT Referring to FIG. 2 of the drawings, the cartridge of the invention includes a container generally indicated at 10. The container is formed with a cylindrical side wall 13 and end walls 11 and 12. While the container is shown as being of circular cross-section, this is not necessary; it may be a cylindrical container of any other convenient cross-section.

The container may be employed for storing one ingredient, or indeed for storing two or more ingredients if they are mutually non-reactive, while the remaining reactive ingredient or ingredients are stored in one or more envelopes 25. The cylindrical container and the other parts of the cartridge of FIG. 2 presently to be described may be made of any suitable material, such as glass, plastic or metal, or a combination of such materials.

The end wall 12 may be formed integrally with the side wall; the end wall 11 is threadedly or otherwise affixed over the side wall 13. The end wall 11 includes a nozzle 14 extending therefrom and defining a central aperture 15 which can be closed by means ofa cap 16. The end wall 12 similarly includes a central aperture 17 formed in an axial extension 18 of that end wall, this extension being of hexagonal or other non-circular sectron.

A piston rod 19 slidably passes through the aperture 17 in the end wall 12 and has a handle 20 affixed at the outer end thereof. The'piston rod 19 slidably passes through the central hub portion 28 of a piston 21 and has affixed to the inner end thereof a mixing element 22. The mixing element may have one or more aper tures 23 therein (FIG.'5) to facilitate its mixing function, and it may be provided with points or spikes, as indicated at 24, to facilitate rupture of envelopes, as shown at 25, for containing separate reactive ingredients before the cartridge is to be used.

The piston rod 19 may, but need not, possess a fluidtight fit with the end wall 12 at the aperture 17 therethrough.

The piston 21 desirably has a fluid-tight fit with the cylindrical side wall 13, e.g. of the same quality as is provided in a pump or syringe. Two-part interengaging means are provided with one part on the piston rod 19 and with the other part on the piston 21, by means-of which the piston and piston rod can be detachably coupled one to the other. In the embodiment illustrated, these interengaging means comprise a female thread 26 on' piston 21 and a male thread 27 on piston rod 19 at the inner end thereof directly behind the mixing element 22.

The mixing element 22 is seen in end elevation in FIG. 5. It may have,as showman outer diameter somewhat smaller than the inner diameter of cylindrical side wall 13. The spikes 24 and apertures 23 are clearly shown in FIG. 5.

The piston 21 is similarly illustrated in the sectional elevational view of FIG. 4. It possesses at its outer limit a close fit with the side wall 13. The piston includes a central hub portion 28 which has a sliding fit with the piston rod 19, except when the threads 26 and 27 are engaged with each other. i

FIG. 6 shows the engagement of the hub 28 on the piston 20 with the axial extension 18 of the end wall 12. On the side of the piston '21 remote from the mixing element 2 2, the hub 28 has an angular section 29 as indicated in FIG. 6, fitting within the angular section extension 18 of the end.wall 12. In the loaded cartridge as provided ready for use, one, or more than one, ingredient (if mutually non-reactive) is loosely contained in the cylinder 13 between the piston 21 and the end wall 11. One or more additional ingredients are contained in suitable amounts in rupturable envelopes 25.

When theingredients within the cartridge are to be mixed, the handle 20 is pulled to the left, as seen in FIG. 2, drawing the mixing element 22 with it. The envelope or envelopes 25 are compressed between the mixing element 22 and the stationary piston 21 and are ruptured. Reciprocation of the handle 20 drives the mixing element 22 back and forth within the cylindrical container 10 and thereby effects mixing of the ingredients. When the mixture is to be expelled, the piston rod 19 is again drawn to the left and rotated to engage the threads 26 and 27, the piston 20 being held against rotation by the engagement of its angular section 29 with the extension 18 of the end wall 12. The piston 20 may now be driven to the right as shown in FIG. 3 to expel the contents of the container out through the aperture 15 in the nozzle 14. FIG. 3 illustrates the, cartridge in the process of injecting the foam reaction mixture into a ski boot. Nozzle 14 is threadedly engaged with adaptor 30 which is inserted into the orifice 31 of a ski boot. After the contents of container 10 have been discharged, the cartridge is disengaged from adaptor 30, adaptor 30 is withdrawn from-the orifice 31 and orifice 31 is then plugged.

Optionally, when the cartridge is in the storage condition, nozzle 14 may be sealed by a pellicle 32 and when the cartridge is to be employed for discharging the contents stored therein, pellicle 32 may be pierced by suitable means such as the spike 33 disposed within the barrel of the adaptor 30. g

Although we have described preferred illustrative embodiments of this invention in considerable detail, it will be understood that the description thereof ,is intended to be illustrative, rather than restrictive, as many details of the construction details may be modified or changed without departing from the spirit or scope of the invention.

We claim:

1. A cartridge comprising:

a. a container having a substantiallycylindrical side wall and an apertured end wall at each end thereof;

b. a piston slidable within and lengthwise of the container;

c. a piston rod slidably passing through said piston and through the aperture in one of said end walls, said piston having a substantially fluid-tight seal with said piston rod and with the side walls of the more apertures for the free passage of ingredients therethrough.

3. The cartridge of claim 2 wherein the mixing element possesses one or more spikes on the side thereof facing the piston for facilitating rupture of a frangible envelope stored in the container.

4. The cartridge of claim 1 wherein said one end wall of the container possesses an axial extension of noncircular section and the side of the piston remote from the mixing element possesses an axial extension of noncircular section substantially fitting within the axial extension of said one end wall.

5. The cartridge of claim 1 wherein the two part interengaging means comprises a female thread on the piston and a male thread on the piston rod at the inner end thereof directly behind the mixing element.

6. The cartridge of claim 1 wherein the end wall remote from the end wall through which the piston rod passes possesses a nozzle fitted over the aperture of said end wall.

7. The cartridge of claim 1 wherein the end of the piston r'od exterior to the cartridge chamber has a handle (24) affixed thereto.

8. The cartridge of claim 1 constructed of plastic.

9. A cartridge comprising:

a. a container having a substantially cylindrical side wall and an ape'rtured end wall at each end thereof;

b. a piston slidable within and lengthwise of the containe'r;

c. a piston rod slidably passing through said piston and through the aperture in one of the said end walls. said piston having a substantially fluid-tight seal with said piston rodand with the side walls of the container;

' d. a mixing element affixed to said piston rod on the side of said piston remote from said one end wall;

b. a piston slidable within and lengthwise of the container;

c. a piston rod slidably passing through said piston and through the aperture in one of said end walls, said piston having a substantially fluid-tight seal with said piston rod and with the said side walls of the container;

d. a mixing element affixed to said piston rod on the side of said piston rod remote from said one end wall;

e. two-part interengaging means of which one part is a female thread on the piston and a male thread on the piston rod at the inner end thereof directly behind the mixing element; and

g. means for substantially preventing rotation of the

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1. A cartridge comprising: a. a container having a substantially cylindrical side wall and an apertured end wall at each end thereof; b. a piston slidable within and lengthwise of the container; c. a piston rod slidably passing through said piston and through the aperture in one of said end walls, said piston having a substantially fluid-tight seal with said piston rod and with the side walls of the container; d. a mixing element affixed to said piston rod on the side of said piston remote from said one end wall; and, e. two-part interengaging means of which one part is arranged on said piston and of which the other part is arranged on said piston rod.
2. The cartridge of claim 1 wherein the mixing element is a disc of smaller diameter than the internal diameter of the container, said disc possessing one or more apertures for the free passage of ingredients therethrough.
3. The cartridge of claim 2 wherein the mixing element possesses one or more spikes on the side thereof facing the piston for facilitating rupture of a frangible envelope stored in the container.
4. The cartridge of claim 1 wherein said one end wall of the container possesses an axial extension of non-circular section and the side of the piston remote from the mixing element possesses an axial extension of non-circular section substantially fitting within the axial extension of said one end wall.
5. The cartridge of claim 1 wherein the two part interengaging means comprises a female thread on the piston and a male thread on the piston rod at the inner end thereof directly behind the mixing element.
6. The cartridge of claim 1 wherein the end wall remote from the end wall through which the piston rod passes possesses a nozzle fitted over the aperture of said end wall.
7. The cartridge of claim 1 wherein the end of the piston rod exterior to the cartridge chamber has a handle (24) affixed thereto.
8. The cartridge of claim 1 constructed of plastic.
9. A cartridge comprising: a. a container having a substantially cylindrical side wall and an apertured end wall at each end thereof; b. a piston slidable within and lengthwise of the container; c. a piston rod slidably passing through said piston and through the aperture in one of the said end walls, said piston having a substantially fluid-tight seal with said piston rod and with the side walls of the container; d. a mixing element affixed to said piston rod on the side of said piston remote from said one end wall; e. two-part interengaging means of which one part is arranged on said piston and of which the other part is arranged on said piston rod; and f. at least one frangible envelope within the container between said piston and mixing element.
10. A cartridge comprising: a. a container having a substantially cylindrical side wall and an apertured end wall at each end thereof; b. a piston slidable within and lengthwise of the container; c. a piston rod slidably passing through said piston and through the aperture in one of said end walls, said piston having a substantially fluid-tight seal with said piston rod and with the said side walls of the container; d. a mixing element affixed to said piston rod on the side of said piston rod remote from said one end wall; e. two-part interengaging means of which one part is a female thread on the piston and a male thread on the piston rod at the inner end thereof directly behind the mixing element; and g. means for substantially preventing rotation of the piston during disengagement of the piston rod therefrom.
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