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    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D06TREATMENT OF TEXTILES OR THE LIKE; LAUNDERING; FLEXIBLE MATERIALS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • D06FLAUNDERING, DRYING, IRONING, PRESSING OR FOLDING TEXTILE ARTICLES
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, R. DAVIS- COMBINED WASH BENCH AND WRINGER.

No. 469,833. Patented Mar. 1, 1892.

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UNITED STATES PATENT QFFIC ROBERT DAVIS, on MODESTO, CALIFORNIA.

COMBINED WASH-BENCH AND WRINGER.

SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 469,833, dated March 1, 1892.

- Application filed February 20, 1891. Serial No. 382,174. (No model.)

To all whom it may concern.-

Be it known that I, ROBERT DAVIS, a'citizen of the United States, residing at Modesto, in'

the county of Stanislaus and State of California, have invented a new and useful Combined ash-Bench and Wringer, of which the folview of a combined wash-bench and wringer constructed in accordance with this invention.

Fig. 2 is a vertical longitudinal sectional view.

Fig. 3 is a transverse sectional view.

Referring to the accompanying drawings, 1

1 designate pairs of inclined standards hav-- ing their upper ends connected by atop bar 2 supporting intermediate of its ends a benchframe 3, upon which slides a tub-frame 4,'

adapted to be moved longitudinally to bring tubs 5 and 6 on either side of a wringer 7, suspended from the top bar 2. The bench-frame 3 is composed of side bars 8 secured to the inner faces of the inclined standards, and end bars 9, arranged at the ends of the side bars 8 and secured to them, and the said'side bars 8 form tracks for rollers 10, arranged on the side bars 11 of the tub-frame '4. The tubframe 4, which is adapted to move longitudinally on the bench-frame to carry a tub from one side of the wringer to the other, is composed of the said sidebars 11, end bars 12, connecting the side bars at the ends of the frame, and intermediate cross-bars 13, connecting the side bars at points between the end bars.

The wringer 7 has its side bars 14 suspended from the top bar 2 and is provided with the usual stationary lower roller 15, mounted upon a shaft 16, journaled in the side bars of the wringer and in a cross-piece 17 connecting the inclined standards 1 at one side of the bench, and the shaft 16 is extended and formed into a crank-handle 18, by which the wringer is operated. Arranged above the lower roller is a vertically movable roller 19, which is journaled in hearing-blocks 20, sliding in longitudinal openings of the side bars 14, and the bearing-blocks 20 are engaged by the ends of a spring 21, which is adapted to hold the rollers in contact with each other and which has its ends arranged in the longitudinal openings of the-side bars 14 and which is centrally connected with a supplemental spring 22 by a rod 23, arranged in a vertical opening of the top bar 2 and having its ends connected to said springs. The spring 22, which is secured to the upper end of the rod 23, is arranged above the top bar 2 and has its ends provided with perforations 24 to receive threaded pins 25, which are engaged by the thumb-nuts 26, bearing against the upper face of the spring and adapted to force the same downward and increase the pressure on the bearing-blocks 20. The lower end of the wringer is arranged just above the upper edges of the'tubs to permit the latter to move freely under it, and it is provided with a division-board 27, secured to the side bars 14 and arranged below the rollers to prevent water during the wringing splashing into the tub in which the'clothing operated upon is placed.

It will be seen that the combined wringer and wash-bench is simple, strong, and durable, and that means are provided whereby a tub may be readily moved from one side of the wringer to the other.

What I claim is- 1. In a washing apparatus, the combination of the standards, the bench-frame supported by the standards and having its side bars forming tracks, and thetub-ca-rrying frame mounted on the bench-frame and provided with rollers arranged upon said tracks and adapted to be moved longitudinally to carry a tub from one end of the bench-frame to the other, substantially as described.

' 2. In a washing apparatus, the combination of the inclined standards, the top bar connect- ,ing the standards, the bench-frame secured to the standards, the wringer suspended from I V V MAM the top bar 2, and the tub-frame provided Water of one tub splashing into another, subwith rollers arranged upon the bench-frame, stantially as described. substantially as described. In testimony that I claim the foregoing as 3. In a washing apparatus, the combination my own I have hereto aifixed my signature in 5 of the standards, the top bar connecting the presence of two witnesses.

standards, the bench-frame secured to the standards, the sliding tub-frame, the wringer ROBERT DAVIS suspended from the top bar and provided Witnesses: with a division-board arranged below the roll- H. L. J EFFRESS,

1o ers of the wringer and adapted to prevent the JNO. B. ZIMDARO.

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