US683768A - Device for holding bottles and allowing liquids to be withdrawn therefrom. - Google Patents

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US683768A
US683768A US2110600A US1900021106A US683768A US 683768 A US683768 A US 683768A US 2110600 A US2110600 A US 2110600A US 1900021106 A US1900021106 A US 1900021106A US 683768 A US683768 A US 683768A
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    • B67OPENING, CLOSING OR CLEANING BOTTLES, JARS OR SIMILAR CONTAINERS; LIQUID HANDLING
    • B67DDISPENSING, DELIVERING OR TRANSFERRING LIQUIDS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
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Patented Oct. I, I90l.
G. P. INNES.
,DEVIGE FOR HOLDING B OTTLES AND ALLOWING LIQUIDS TO BE WITHDRAWN EHEREFROM.
(Application filed June 21, 1900.)
2 Sheets-Sheet I.
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No. 683,768. Patented Oct. I, I90I. G. P, INNES.
DEVICE FOR HOLDING BOTTLES AND ALLOWING LIQUIDS TO BE WITHDRAWN THEREFROM.
(Application filed June 21, 1900.) (No Model.) I 2 Sheets-Sheet 2.
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UNITED STATES PATENT. OFFICE.
GEORGE PEACOCK INNES, OF SYDKEY, NEV SOUTII \VALES.
DEVICE FOR HOLDING BOTTLES'AND ALLOWING LIQUIDS TO BE WLTHDRA WN THEREFROM.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No.'6 83,768, dated October 1, 1901.
Application filed rm 21.1900.
110 alkwhont it may concern: I
Be it known that I, GEORGE PEAQQCK IN- N Es, engineer, a subject of, the Queen of Great Britain, residing at No. 84 Bathurst street,
Sydney, in the British Colony of New South Wales, have invented a new and useful'Device for Holding Bottles and Allowing Liquids to be Withdrawn Therefrom, of which the following is a specification.
This invention relates to an improved device for holding bottles and allowing liquids to be withdrawn therefrom, and though it has been specially devised for the purpose of enabling the liquid contents under gaseous'pressure to be safely withdrawn from bottles,
' either'wholly or partially, without affecting the remainder, yet it may be also applied to the holding of bottles containing liquids not under pressure and allowing their contents to be withdrawn.
This improved device for holding bottles :and allowingliquids to be withdrawn therefrom consists of an appropriate stand holding a cap or'seating for the mouth of the bottle and abail or staple or yoke,hereinafter termed the bail, adapted to take around the bottle, .the said cap or seating and the said bail re- For corked bottles containing liquids not u'n-' der pressure the valve-stem is a hollow one and the valve has a sharp point, so that it may be thrust through the cork,and the valve:
stem is hollow, so that if necessary air or gas may be pumped or supplied through itinto the bottle to replace the liquid which flows out.
drawings herewith, in ,Whiche- Figure 1 is aperspective view of an i-m-. roved device according to this invention, olding a bottleof 'aeratedwaters ready for the liquidto be withdrawn therefrom. Fig;
Inorder that this invention may beelearly understood, reference will now be madetothe the-positions as shown in Fig. 4, or what may Serial No. 21,106. (No'modeh) 2 is a diagrammatic view; of the respective extreme positions of the cap or seating and of the bail. Fig. 3 is a front elevation of this improved device, while Figs. 4 and 5 are side elevations, respectively, when the bottle is being inserted. in the device and when the 'bottle is fixed ready for the liquid to be withdrawn; and Fig. 6 is a sectional elevation of Fig. 5, Fig. 6 showing the valve-pieceinelevation. Fig. 7 is a similar-section to Fig. 6, butv showing a modified construction of the valve-piece to be used for a corked bottle; and Fig. 8 is an exaggerated cross-section of stem.
A stand or base 1, which maybe of any more or less ornamental design and of any appropriate material, has cheeks 2, each of which has a jaw or hearing 3 and a pintle'at. In the jaw or hearing 3 is pivoted the cap or seating 5, containing layers of packing 6 of, say, india-rubber or other elastic or semielastic material. Through and to this cap or seating is screwed the valve-piece 7 on'which isthe valve 8, having a stem 9 passing through the port or passage 10 and through the stud ing-bo'x 11 to a footpiece 12. This stem 9' has a spring 13'placed between said f'ootpiece 8o '12 and the nut '14 of the stufli'ng-box 11. From the port or way 10 there protr ades spoutor discharge-bend, 15. Under the foot 12 isa recess in which takes the ball16 of the inner end of the thumb-lever 17, having a thrust spring 18 thereunder. One of the pivots of the seating 5 has a square 19 there on, around which takes a connecting-piece 20. Around the pintles 4 take the inner ends 21 of the bail 22, the outer end 23 of which contains a'l'emale screw 24, through which \passes the male screw 25, whose inner end is fastened-to or runs in a cap or plate end 26. The connecting-piece 20 reaches from the square 19 on the cap or seating 5 upwardly to one of the bail sides 22, so'that radial mobe partaken of by the cap or seating 5.
In operation the bail and the seating are in I be termed their lower? positions. The bot tlesay' an aerated water bottleis then placed within the bail 22,wi th its mouth on the packing 6 of seating 5 and its bottom against 5 the valve, the port or passage, and the valve- H I tion of the bail will be communicated to and .1.
the cap'26, the screw 25 being revolved until there is a loose grip upon said bottle. The bottle and the bail-22, carrying with it the cap or seating 5, (by means of the connection 20,) is then elevated into the position shown in Figs. .1 3, 5, and Q, the bottle being inverted. The eccentricity of movement" of the'bail and of the seating causes the bail to draw the bottle-mouth firmly and hardly against the packing 6'in the seating and to take a very firm grip of the bottle while makingan air and water tight connection around the mouth of the inverted bottle, and at the 7 same time the valve-head pushes or cases the stopper2 7 back from its seat. Now tovwithdraw the liquid wholly or in part the thumb or fingersareplaced upon lever 17, which elevates the valve-stem 9, raising the valve 8 from its seat and further liftingthe ball or stopper-'27 from its seat in the bottle, thereby enabling the-liquid to pass into the port or way 10 and thence through the spout into a receptacle placcd'to' receiveit. When sufiicient liquid for the immediate purpose has been withdrawn, the pressure on the thumb-lever 17 is withdrawn, when the valve 8 immediately returns to its seat and makes a tight joint-thereon, preventing the escape of water or gas from the bottle. Similar partial withdrawals may be continued until the whole of the contents are withdrawn, whenthe bottle'is released by forcing it and the bail and theseating 5 backwardly to the lower 'posi'- tion, whenithe bottle may be' removed and another one put in its place to have its con- "tents withdrawn. in part as before or wholly.
The screw 25 and the cap 26 enable thejoint' on the bottlemouth -to be made as.
tight as desiredand also allow'for the differcnces in length of various bottles which may be' used.
The modification shown inFigs. 7 and 8 isfor use with bottles which are corked and in which the contentsare under pressure and f with corked bottles in which the contents are not under pressure.
valve-piece 7 is elongated for some distance,
so that it will protrude through any ordinary cork in'a bottle. The valve 8 is made with a sharp point, and its stem 9 of course is lengthened to the necessary extent. In other respects the parts are the same as those hereinbefore described; With these modified partsliquid underpressure, such as champagne, may be withdrawn wholly or partially from corked bottles, itbeing only necessary to have the screw'25 of sufficient length to valve-piece would be provided a-nipple or In this construction the union piece 20, on which to secure the end of a pipe from an air pump or chamber or from a gas-charging apparatus. To withdraw the liquid, it would then be necessary to open the valve by means of the thumb-lever 17 v and to force air or gas into the bottle through the passage 28 in the hollow valve-stem 9 and in the valve 8 to replace the contents which will flow out through the passage 10 and spout 15.
Having now particularly described and ascertained the nature of. this said invention and in'what manner the same is to be performed, I declare that what I claim is-- I 1. The combination with astand provided. with a-pair of cheeks having forked ends, of a bail pivotally securedto said cheeks and carrying a screw-cap-init's upper end, a cap 5 pivotally connected to the forked ends of, said cheeks and provided with a series of lay ers of packing material, a cylindrical tube extending through said cap 5 and,packing material and connected to a discharge-spout, 9o
7 and a valve mechanism arranged in suitable relation to the said scribed.
2. The combination with a stand provided with a pair of cheeks having forked ends, of a bail. pivotally secured to said cheeksand' carrying a screw-cap in its upper end, a cap 5 pivotally connected to the forked ends of. said cheeks and provided with a series of layers of pa'ckingmateriaha cylindrical tube mo extending through said cap 5 and packing material and connected to a discharge-spout, a valve adapted to be normally seated against the upper end of said tube, a valve-stem so cured thereto and extending through the said tube and suitable operating-mechanism connected to said stem, substantially as: de-. scribed.
8. The combination with a stand provided with a pair of cheeks having forked ends, of a bail pivotally secured to said cheeks and carrying a screw cap in its'upper end, acap tube, substantially as de- '5 pivotally connected to the forked'ends of said cheeks and provided with aseries of layers of packing material, a cylindrical tube extending through said cap 5 and packing I material and connected toa discharge=spout,
a valve adapted to be normally seated against the upper end of said tube, a valve-stem secured thereto, a footpiece secured to-the lower end of said stern, a coil-spring mounted upon said stem between the end of said casingand footpiece, and a spring-pressed lever suitably connected to said footpiece; substantially as described. l 4. The combination with a stand, of a bail pivotally connected thereto, a screw fastening-cap carried by said bail, a cap 5 pivotally, connected to said stand and provided-with a suitable packing, the said caps adapted-to retain, a bottle in position when arranged within said bail, a valve mechanism connected to' said stand and suitably operating through saidcap 5 and packing, and a suitable connection between said cap 5 and said bail, substantially as described.-
5. The combination with a stand, of a bail connected thereto, a fastening-cap carried by said. bai1, a cap 5 connected to the stand, the said caps adapted to retain a bottle in position when arranged within said bail, a valve mechanism connected to the stand and operating through the cap 5 and a suitable connection between cap 5 and the bail.
6. Ina device of the character described, the combination with a stand, of acap connected thereto, a bail pivotally connected to the stand and adapted to secure a bottle to said cap and a valve mechanism connected to the stand and adapted to extend into the bottle.
7. In a device of the character described, a
bail, a cap carried thereby, a cap 5 provided 25 with a passage, a valve mechanism adapted to extend through said passage for closing the same, and means for operating said valve mechanism. I
In testimony whereof I have signed my 0 name to this specification in the presence of two subscribing witnesses. v
' GEORGE PEACOCK INNES.-
Witnessesz,
THEo'. 'W'ALSH, GEO. .KELL'AWAY'.
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US2513234A (en) * 1946-09-19 1950-06-27 Standard Oil Dev Co Device for puncturing containers and dispensing fluid held under pressure in said containers
US2690755A (en) * 1951-07-25 1954-10-05 Roseanna S Haner Cigarette extinguisher for ash trays
US4231391A (en) * 1978-02-21 1980-11-04 Kru-Bur, Inc. Cannister mounting bracket
US4646944A (en) * 1985-08-19 1987-03-03 Walter Sanderson Liquid dispensing apparatus
US8950608B2 (en) 2012-10-14 2015-02-10 Chad A. Dejong Universal adapter system for bottle containers using a dispensing pump or cap

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2513234A (en) * 1946-09-19 1950-06-27 Standard Oil Dev Co Device for puncturing containers and dispensing fluid held under pressure in said containers
US2690755A (en) * 1951-07-25 1954-10-05 Roseanna S Haner Cigarette extinguisher for ash trays
US4231391A (en) * 1978-02-21 1980-11-04 Kru-Bur, Inc. Cannister mounting bracket
US4646944A (en) * 1985-08-19 1987-03-03 Walter Sanderson Liquid dispensing apparatus
US8950608B2 (en) 2012-10-14 2015-02-10 Chad A. Dejong Universal adapter system for bottle containers using a dispensing pump or cap

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