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    • B67D1/00Apparatus or devices for dispensing beverages on draught
    • B67D1/04Apparatus utilising compressed air or other gas acting directly or indirectly on beverages in storage containers
    • B67D1/0456Siphons, i.e. beverage containers under gas pressure without supply of further pressurised gas during dispensing


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No. 595,029. Patented Dec. '7, 1897.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 595,029, dated December 7, 1897.
Application filed February 20,1897. Serial No. 624,291. (No model.)
To aZZ whom it may concern.-
Be it known that I, GERMAIN MoRENcY, a citizen of the United States, residing at Oincinnati, in the county of Hamilton and State of Ohio, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Siphon-Heads; and I do hereby declare the following to-be a full, clear, and exact description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same.
This invention relates to improvements in bottles, and has more particular relation to bottle-tops of the siphon type.
This invention consists of certain novel constructions, combinations, and arrangements of parts, all of which will be hereinafter more particularly set forth and claimed.
I11 the accompanying drawings, forming part of this specification, Figure 1 represents a perspective view of the device embodying my invention applied to a bottle. Fig. 2 represents a central vertical section through the same. Fig. 3 represents an enlarged detail perspective view of the valve. Fig. 4 represents an enlarged detail perspective view of the sleeve for holding the rubber washer in position, and Fig. 5 represents an enlarged detail perspective view of the valve-operating handle.
1 in the drawings represents the bottle; 2, the cap proper; 3, the vertical tubular extension of the same; 4:, the delivery-spout; 5, the valve; 6, the packing-ring; 7, the operatinghandle; 8, the coil-spring, and 9 the cap for closing the tubular extension 3.
The bottle 1 is of any usual siphon con struction and is screw-threaded, as at 10, to receive the screw-threaded cap 2. This cap is provided at its upper end with an outlet port or passage 11, surrounded on its upper side by an annular ridge 12, upon which the valve is adapted to be seated, as hereinafter more particularly described. The said cap 2 is provided with a vertical tubular extension 3, formed internally with an annular shoulder 13, adapted to support the packing-ring 6. This ring 6 is set into an annular groove 14:, formed in the valve 5 some distance above its lower end. The lower end of said valve 5 is recessed, as at 15, to receive the elastic packing 16, which is cast therein, so as to protrude below the lower end of the same and become seated on the annular flange 12 when the valve is in its depressed position and thus form an air and water tight joint at this point. The valve 5 is provided with a reduced spindle 17, surrounded by the coil-spring 8, one end of which bears against the top of the valve and the other against the under side of the cap 9, when the same is screwed into the upper end of the tubular extension 3. This spring 8 normally holds said valve seated over the outlet-aperture 11, but permits of its being raised away from the same to allow the liquid to escape. This upward movement of the valve 5 is effected by the operatinghandle 7, which is pivotally mounted between spaced apertured lugs 18, mounted upon each side of a slot 19, cut through the wall of the extension 3. The forwardly-projecting nose 20 of said operating-handle enters an elongated slot 21, formed in the valve, and is adapted to engage the upper wall of the same to lift the valve when the said handle 7 is depressed. In order to hold the annular packing-ring 6 firmly seated upon the shoulder 13, a sleeve 22 is inserted into the extension 3, so as to bear with its lower end against the under side of said packing-ring and be forced down upon the same by the lower edge of the cap 9 when the latter is secured in position. Said sleeve 22 is provided with a suitable slot 23, whereby the nose 20 of the handle 7 may have free movement independent of said sleeve. The discharge-spout a is connected to the vertical extension 3 just above the discharge-opening 11, so that when the valve is raised 06 of the latter the liquid under pressure will flow through said opening and out of the spout, but will be prevented from passing upward into the tubular extension 3 by the packing-ring 6.
By the peculiar construction of my improved bottle-top the valve 20 is raised and lowered without lifting the packing 6 off of the annular shoulder 13, the material of said packing, which is preferably rubber, stretching to permit of this action. The said packing-ring is firmly seated on the shoulder 13 by the downward pressure exerted by the said sleeve 22, which latter is not affected by and does not move with the valve 20.
By my improved construction of device there is no possibility of the contents of the bottle becoming contaminated by contact with the Working parts inclosed Within the tubular extension 3, nor is there any chance of the valve-packing l6 sticking to the annular flange l2 surrounding the outlet-opening, as said packing is firmly embedded in the lower end of the valve. Further, the construction is such that any part of the device may be repaired without removing the cap 2 from the neck of the bottle by simply unscrewing the cap 9 and removing the pivotscrew of the operating-handle 7. Said cap 9 is preferably provided with air-vents 24 to allow free ventilation to the interior of the tubular extension 3. There is no vpossible chance of the liquid in the bottle 1 escaping otherwise than through the discharge-spout 4, as all openings into my'improved bottletop are above the packing-ring 16.
By protecting the-working parts of my improved device from, the action: of the gases j.
j and an. operating-handle pivoted in the tubular extension and engaging the valve formoving the same upward to unseat. it, substantially as described.
and liquids within, the bottle their life is greatly prolonged and the device remains operative Without repairs for a much longer period than would be possible were said parts subjected to the influences; of the contents of the bottle.
Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new, and desire to secure. by Letters Patent, is-
In, a siphon-bottle, the combination with a. cap proper having-a tu'bularvertical extenhollow extension, a tube mounted in the hollow extension about the valve and adapted to bear upon the annular flexible packing, a
; coil-spring surrounding said shank, a screwcap mounted in the upper end of the vertical tubular extension and adaptedto bear against the upper end of the spring and the upper 3 end of the tube surrounding the valve to force the tube down upon the flexible ring,
In testimony whereof I have signed this specification in the presence of two subscrib- 1 ing Witnesses.
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