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US651274A US882700A US1900008827A US651274A US 651274 A US651274 A US 651274A US 882700 A US882700 A US 882700A US 1900008827 A US1900008827 A US 1900008827A US 651274 A US651274 A US 651274A
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  • My invention relates to machines for hottling malt liquors; and the object thereof is to provide a machine that will fill such liquor into bottles automatically without producing foam.
  • FIG. 1 is a perspective View of my machine, showing it applied to two barrels of malt liquor.
  • Fig. 2 is a side View of the liquor-distributing tank.
  • Fig. 3 is an end view of the same.
  • Fig. 4 is a longitudinal vertical section of the liquor-distributing tank.
  • Fig. '5 is a cross-section on line 5 5 of Fig. 4.
  • Fig. 6 is a sectional view of my bottle-filling tube and connecting mechanism.
  • Fig. 7 is a front view of the mechanism shown in Fig. 6, partly cut away.
  • A represents a drum charged with compressed air or other expansible gas, having a cook A to control the flow of air therefrom, and is connected by pipe B, preferably a flexible piece of hose, with tapping-bung G, driven into barrel D, filled with malt liquor, which permits the air to be discharged upon the top of the liquor.
  • An airto supply air or gas under pressure may be substituted for drum A, and for barrel D any other suitable receptacle may be used.
  • vacuum-Valve E On pipe B is vacuum-Valve E, which regulates the air-pressure through pipe B.
  • F is a pressure-gage to indicate the pressure G is a pipe which extends through bung O to the bottom of barrel D.
  • cock H is a cockattached at one of its ports to pipe G for closing the connection-between the barrel and the distributing-tank when it nor with the machine.
  • a pipe I preferably a flexi- Serial No. 8,827. (Nb model.)
  • Tank J is mounted in frame K and is adjustable therein as to height by set screws L, which screw into guideflanges M, affixed to the ends of tank J, and passthrough slots K in the frame and clamp said flanges against frame K.
  • Tank J is preferably-constructedin two parts, so that the interior can be easily cleaned.
  • the upper portion or cover J is hinged to the lower body portion J by hinge N, and between the cover and body is a rubber gasket 0 to make an air-tight joint when the cover is fastened upon the body,1which is done by turning the cover-to its proper position on the body, then turning bolts P, pivoted to the body, so that they pass through lugs J affixedto the cover, and the nuts P are screwed down, so as to draw the cover down tightly on the gasket.
  • a pressure-regulating valve R to regulate the air or gas pressure in tank J.
  • pipe S having stop-cook T.
  • Pipe S is provided with a pressure-gage U to indicate the pressure in tank J, and is connected with pipe 3 by pipe V, preferably flexible hose.
  • ball-cock W which controls the admission of liquor into tank J through pipe Iand is adapted to prevent the liquor in the tank from rising above a predetermined height.
  • ball-valves X In the bottom of tank J is screwed one or more ball-valves X, having casing X, in which are two orifices a and b, which open into tank J, and opposite thereto is a slot 6.
  • orifice b is affixed a small vent-tube 0, extending upward into tank J above the highest level of the liquor therein.
  • valve X Passing through and filling the port in valve X is the fillingtube cl, which passes through a slot 6 in casing X and has a vertical movement therein.
  • partition-wall g which divides tube 01 into two independent channels h and i for a portion of its length, each havin g an independent mouth.
  • Channel 2' has its mouth It at such distance from the end of tube d as it is desired to have the liquor rise in the bottle when it is being filled.
  • channel It at its inner end registers with orifice a and channel 6 registers with orifice b, and when the bottle is removed valve X is turned to cut ofi the registration of the channels with orifices a and b.
  • a chamber '17 Surrounding tube (1 in close proximity to valve X is a chamber '17:, preferably circular, in which is a rubber gasket n, of rubber or other yielding material, having a cylindrical opening therein adapted to fit over the mouth of the bottle, which opening terminates in an annular wedgeshaped groove, the inner part of the gasket, which forms the groove, being adapted to be wedged between the inner side of the mouth of the bottle 19 and tube (1 and make an airtight joint between them. Any other form of gasket which will make an air-tight joint be tween'the bottle and the tube may be used instead of the one shown.
  • Chamber m is attached to valve X by a short nipple 1-, which screws into each.
  • valve-casin g X or, if preferred, to tank J, is resilient bar 8, to theouter end of which is a'ffixed a yoke i preferably resilient, to grasp and hold the neck of a bottle when placed on tube (Z in position for filling, and make the joint between the bottle and tube air-tight.
  • Tubes (1 are turned to the position shown by the dotted lines in Figs. 3 and 6.
  • One or two barrels of malt liquor are connected to the bottling-machine, as shown in Fig. 1.
  • the air or gas pressure is then regulated to, say, five pounds, as indicated by gages F and U.
  • CockT is then closed and valve R is set at a pressure, (say of four and one-half pounds) that will permit the five pounds pressure on the top of the liquorin the barrel to force the same into tank J until the flow is automatically cutoff by ball-cock W, when the machine is ready for filling bottles.
  • Bottles 19 are thenplaced on the tubes d,which are then turned so as to force the neck of the bottle intoyoket and the head of the neck of the bottleinto gasket a, where it is held by the resiliency of bar 5 and yoke 25, and the gasket makes an air-tight joint between the bottle pand tubed.
  • This movement of tube (1 brings channel it in register with orifice a and channel i in register with orifice Z), and the liquor from the tank flows into the bottle and the air in the bottle passes into the tank through tube 0.
  • Pipe dis returned to the position shownby the dotted lines in Figs. 3 and 6, when-the bottle is taken oil": the tube and the flow of liquor therethrough is out ch.
  • My iimachine can be constructed with a capacity to hold as many bottles and barrels as desired.
  • a machine for bottling malt liquors,co1n prising suitable means to supply air under pressure a pipe connecting such air-supply with a tapping-bung; a tapping-bun g adapted to be driven into a receptacle for holding malt liquor, and to permit air to be discharged upon the top of the liquor; a pipe extending through said tapping-bung to the bottom of the receptacle holding the liquor; a cock on the upper end of the pipe, extending through said bung, adapted to shut off the How of liquor therethrough when desired; a pipe connecting said cock with aliquor-distribut ing tank; a liquor-distributing tank, ballvalves screwed into the bottom of said tank, and having a casing provided with two orifices opening into said tank, and a slot opposite thereto; an air-vent tube in one of said orifices, adapted to extend upward above the liquor in said tank; a filling-tube, divided into two channelstor a portion of its length, each channel having an
  • said channels from said orifices; a gasket on said tube, exterior said valve, adapted to make an air-tight contact between the bottle and said tube, when a bottie is in place to be filled; a resilient baraffixed to the casing of said valve; a yokeaffixed to the end of said bar; saidbar and yoke adapted to hold the bottle in contact withthe gasket and make an air-tight'connection between the bottle and tube.
  • suitable means to supply 1 air under pressure a pipe connecting such air-supply with a tapping-bung; atappingbung adapted to be driven into a receptacle for holding malt liquor, and to permit air to be discharged upon the top of the liquor; a pipe extending through said tapping-bung to the bottom of the receptacle holding liquor;
  • a cock on the upper end of the pipe extending through said bung, adapted to shut oil? the fiow of the liquor therethrough-when de sired; a pipe connecting said cock with a liquor-distributing tank; a liquor-distributing tank; ball-valves screwed into the bottom of said tank, and having a casing provided with two orifices opening into said tank, and
  • an air-vent tubein one of said orifices adapted to extend upward above the liquor in said tank; a filling-tube divided into two channels for a portion of its length, each channel having an independent mouth exterior the valve, the inner end of which is adapted to fill the port insaid valve, and on a certain movement of the valve to cause the channels therein'to-regis resilient bar affixed to the casingof said valve; a yoke afiixed to the end of said bar said bar and yoke adapted to hold the bottle in contact withthe gasket and make air tight connection between the bottle and tube, with bottles and malt liquor .in a receptacle, substantially as described herein.
  • a machine for bottling malt liquors comprising drum Ajpipe B connecting said drum with bung C; bung 0, adapted to be driven into barrel D, and to permit the airto be discharged therethrough on the top of the liqubr in said barrel; barrel D; pipe G, adapted to pass'through bung C and into barrel D to the bottom thereof; cock H attached to pipes G and I; pipe I attached to cook H and to dis tributin'g-tank J distributing-tank J; ballvalves X in casing X; casing X affixed to tank J orifices a and b in said casing, opening into tank J, and slot e opposite said orifices; venttube a in orifice Z7; filling-tube d, filling the port in valve X and passing through slot e and divided into channels 71 andvl; gasket n on said filling-tube; resilient bar a affixed to valvecasing X; yoke affixed to said
  • a machine for bottling malt liquors the combination of a distributing-tank; a ball-cock in said tank to govern the height of the liquor therein; a ball-valve connected thereto by the casing thereof orifices in said casing opening into said tank; a slot in said casing opposite the orifices; a vent-tube in one of the orifices opening into the tank, adapted to extend above the liquor therein; a filling-tiibedivided for a portion of its length into two independent channels having separate mouths extending through the slot in the casing; the inner end of which fillingtube fills the port in said valve; a gasket on said tube, adapted to enter the mouth of the bottle to be filled; a resilient bar affixed to the casing of the valve; a yoke affixed to the end of said bar; said bar and yoke adapted to hold the bottle in contact with the gasket and produce an air-tight joint between the bottle and tube, with a

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' A. SCHNEIDER.
BOTTLING MACHINE.
(Application filed Mar. 15, 1900.)
Patented June 5, I900.
4 Sheets-Sheet 2 (No Model.)
Wilnemes No. 65I,274. Patent-ed June 5, I900.
' A. SCHNEIDER.
BOTTLING MACHINE.
(Application filed Mar. .15, 1900.)
4 Sheots-Sheet 4.
(No Model.)
Wz'irw 5565 my bottle-holding bar.
compressor or any other suitable mechanism in pipe B.
in the accompanying drawings, forming a part is necessary to connect a fresh barrel of liq- ADOLPH SCHNEIDER, OF
BOTTLING- PATENT GFFICE.
TRINIDAD, COLORADO.-
MACHINE.
srn'oIFIcA'rIoN forming part of Letters Patent No. 651,274, dated June 5, 1900.
Application filed Meat 15, 1900.
T0 (ZZZ whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, ADOLPI-I SCHNEIDER, a citizen of the United States, residing at Trinidad, in the county of Las Anim as, in the State of Colorado, have invented new and useful Improvements in Bottling-Machines, of which the following is a specification.
My invention relates to machines for hottling malt liquors; and the object thereof is to provide a machine that will fill such liquor into bottles automatically without producing foam. I accomplish these objects by the mechanism described herein and illustrated hereof, in which-' Figure 1 is a perspective View of my machine, showing it applied to two barrels of malt liquor. Fig. 2 is a side View of the liquor-distributing tank. Fig. 3 is an end view of the same. Fig. 4 is a longitudinal vertical section of the liquor-distributing tank. Fig. '5 is a cross-section on line 5 5 of Fig. 4. Fig. 6 is a sectional view of my bottle-filling tube and connecting mechanism. Fig. 7 is a front view of the mechanism shown in Fig. 6, partly cut away. Fig. 8 is a side view of Fig. 9 is a cross-section on line 9 9 of Fig. 3.
In the drawings, A represents a drum charged with compressed air or other expansible gas, having a cook A to control the flow of air therefrom, and is connected by pipe B, preferably a flexible piece of hose, with tapping-bung G, driven into barrel D, filled with malt liquor, which permits the air to be discharged upon the top of the liquor. An airto supply air or gas under pressure may be substituted for drum A, and for barrel D any other suitable receptacle may be used. On pipe B is vacuum-Valve E, which regulates the air-pressure through pipe B.
F is a pressure-gage to indicate the pressure G is a pipe which extends through bung O to the bottom of barrel D. v
H is a cockattached at one of its ports to pipe G for closing the connection-between the barrel and the distributing-tank when it nor with the machine. To the other port of cock H is attached a pipe I, preferably a flexi- Serial No. 8,827. (Nb model.)
ble pipe, which is connected at the other end to distributing-tank J, through which cock H and pipe G liquor passes from barrel D into distributing-tank J. Tank J is mounted in frame K and is adjustable therein as to height by set screws L, which screw into guideflanges M, affixed to the ends of tank J, and passthrough slots K in the frame and clamp said flanges against frame K. Tank J is preferably-constructedin two parts, so that the interior can be easily cleaned. The upper portion or cover J is hinged to the lower body portion J by hinge N, and between the cover and body is a rubber gasket 0 to make an air-tight joint when the cover is fastened upon the body,1which is done by turning the cover-to its proper position on the body, then turning bolts P, pivoted to the body, so that they pass through lugs J affixedto the cover, and the nuts P are screwed down, so as to draw the cover down tightly on the gasket. At the top of tank J is a pressure-regulating valve R, to regulate the air or gas pressure in tank J. To the top of tank J, preferably at 'or near valve R, is connected pipe S, having stop-cook T. Pipe S is provided with a pressure-gage U to indicate the pressure in tank J, and is connected with pipe 3 by pipe V, preferably flexible hose. In the bottom of tank J is ball-cock W, which controls the admission of liquor into tank J through pipe Iand is adapted to prevent the liquor in the tank from rising above a predetermined height. In the bottom of tank J is screwed one or more ball-valves X, having casing X, in which are two orifices a and b, which open into tank J, and opposite thereto is a slot 6. In orifice b is affixed a small vent-tube 0, extending upward into tank J above the highest level of the liquor therein. Passing through and filling the port in valve X is the fillingtube cl, which passes through a slot 6 in casing X and has a vertical movement therein. Within tube 01 is partition-wall g, which divides tube 01 into two independent channels h and i for a portion of its length, each havin g an independent mouth. Channel 2' has its mouth It at such distance from the end of tube d as it is desired to have the liquor rise in the bottle when it is being filled. When a bottle is on tube d in position to be filled, channel It at its inner end registers with orifice a and channel 6 registers with orifice b, and when the bottle is removed valve X is turned to cut ofi the registration of the channels with orifices a and b. Surrounding tube (1 in close proximity to valve X is a chamber '17:, preferably circular, in which is a rubber gasket n, of rubber or other yielding material, having a cylindrical opening therein adapted to fit over the mouth of the bottle, which opening terminates in an annular wedgeshaped groove, the inner part of the gasket, which forms the groove, being adapted to be wedged between the inner side of the mouth of the bottle 19 and tube (1 and make an airtight joint between them. Any other form of gasket which will make an air-tight joint be tween'the bottle and the tube may be used instead of the one shown. Chamber m is attached to valve X by a short nipple 1-, which screws into each. Afiixed to valve-casin g X, or, if preferred, to tank J, is resilient bar 8, to theouter end of which is a'ffixed a yoke i preferably resilient, to grasp and hold the neck of a bottle when placed on tube (Z in position for filling, and make the joint between the bottle and tube air-tight.
My machine is operated as follows: Tubes (1 are turned to the position shown by the dotted lines in Figs. 3 and 6. One or two barrels of malt liquor are connected to the bottling-machine, as shown in Fig. 1. The air or gas pressure is then regulated to, say, five pounds, as indicated by gages F and U. CockT is then closed and valve R is set at a pressure, (say of four and one-half pounds) that will permit the five pounds pressure on the top of the liquorin the barrel to force the same into tank J until the flow is automatically cutoff by ball-cock W, when the machine is ready for filling bottles. Bottles 19 are thenplaced on the tubes d,which are then turned so as to force the neck of the bottle intoyoket and the head of the neck of the bottleinto gasket a, where it is held by the resiliency of bar 5 and yoke 25, and the gasket makes an air-tight joint between the bottle pand tubed. This movement of tube (1 brings channel it in register with orifice a and channel i in register with orifice Z), and the liquor from the tank flows into the bottle and the air in the bottle passes into the tank through tube 0. As soon as the liquor rises and covers orifice 7c the flow of liquor into bottle 1) ceases and they are ready to be re moved. Pipe dis returned to the position shownby the dotted lines in Figs. 3 and 6, when-the bottle is taken oil": the tube and the flow of liquor therethrough is out ch.
My iimachine can be constructed with a capacity to hold as many bottles and barrels as desired.
Having described my invention, what I claim .is-
1. A machine for bottling malt liquors,co1n prising suitable means to supply air under pressure, a pipe connecting such air-supply with a tapping-bung; a tapping-bun g adapted to be driven into a receptacle for holding malt liquor, and to permit air to be discharged upon the top of the liquor; a pipe extending through said tapping-bung to the bottom of the receptacle holding the liquor; a cock on the upper end of the pipe, extending through said bung, adapted to shut off the How of liquor therethrough when desired; a pipe connecting said cock with aliquor-distribut ing tank; a liquor-distributing tank, ballvalves screwed into the bottom of said tank, and having a casing provided with two orifices opening into said tank, and a slot opposite thereto; an air-vent tube in one of said orifices, adapted to extend upward above the liquor in said tank; a filling-tube, divided into two channelstor a portion of its length, each channel having an independent mouth exterior the valve, the inner end of which is adapted to fill the port in said valve, and on a certain movement of the valve to cause the channels therein to register with the orifices in the casing opening into the tank, and' at other times to shut oil? said channels from said orifices; a gasket on said tube, exterior said valve, adapted to make an air-tight contact between the bottle and said tube, when a bottie is in place to be filled; a resilient baraffixed to the casing of said valve; a yokeaffixed to the end of said bar; saidbar and yoke adapted to hold the bottle in contact withthe gasket and make an air-tight'connection between the bottle and tube.
2. In a machine for bottling malt-liquors,
the combination of suitable means to supply 1 air under pressure, a pipe connecting such air-supply with a tapping-bung; atappingbung adapted to be driven into a receptacle for holding malt liquor, and to permit air to be discharged upon the top of the liquor; a pipe extending through said tapping-bung to the bottom of the receptacle holding liquor;
a cock on the upper end of the pipe, extending through said bung, adapted to shut oil? the fiow of the liquor therethrough-when de sired; a pipe connecting said cock with a liquor-distributing tank; a liquor-distributing tank; ball-valves screwed into the bottom of said tank, and having a casing provided with two orifices opening into said tank, and
a slot opposite thereto; an air-vent tubein one of said orifices, adapted to extend upward above the liquor in said tank; a filling-tube divided into two channels for a portion of its length, each channel having an independent mouth exterior the valve, the inner end of which is adapted to fill the port insaid valve, and on a certain movement of the valve to cause the channels therein'to-regis resilient bar affixed to the casingof said valve; a yoke afiixed to the end of said bar said bar and yoke adapted to hold the bottle in contact withthe gasket and make air tight connection between the bottle and tube, with bottles and malt liquor .in a receptacle, substantially as described herein.
3. A machine for bottling malt liquors, comprising drum Ajpipe B connecting said drum with bung C; bung 0, adapted to be driven into barrel D, and to permit the airto be discharged therethrough on the top of the liqubr in said barrel; barrel D; pipe G, adapted to pass'through bung C and into barrel D to the bottom thereof; cock H attached to pipes G and I; pipe I attached to cook H and to dis tributin'g-tank J distributing-tank J; ballvalves X in casing X; casing X affixed to tank J orifices a and b in said casing, opening into tank J, and slot e opposite said orifices; venttube a in orifice Z7; filling-tube d, filling the port in valve X and passing through slot e and divided into channels 71 andvl; gasket n on said filling-tube; resilient bar a affixed to valvecasing X; yoke affixed to said bar; said bar and yoke being adapted to hold a bottle on the filling-tube in air-tight contact with gasket n.
4. In a machine for bottling malt liquors, the combination of a distributing-tank; a ball-cock in said tank to govern the height of the liquor therein; a ball-valve connected thereto by the casing thereof orifices in said casing opening into said tank; a slot in said casing opposite the orifices; a vent-tube in one of the orifices opening into the tank, adapted to extend above the liquor therein; a filling-tiibedivided for a portion of its length into two independent channels having separate mouths extending through the slot in the casing; the inner end of which fillingtube fills the port in said valve; a gasket on said tube, adapted to enter the mouth of the bottle to be filled; a resilient bar affixed to the casing of the valve; a yoke affixed to the end of said bar; said bar and yoke adapted to hold the bottle in contact with the gasket and produce an air-tight joint between the bottle and tube, with a bottle and a suitable liquor-supply, and means to apply pressure thereto to force the liquor into the bottle.
In witness that I claim the foregoing I have hereunto subscribed my name, this 9th day of March, 1900, at Los Angeles, California.
ADOLPH SCHNEIDER.
WVitnesses:
G. O. HARPHAM, M. MoGINNIs.
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