US709407A - Apparatus for use in dispensing aerated liquids. - Google Patents

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US709407A
US709407A US10521202A US1902105212A US709407A US 709407 A US709407 A US 709407A US 10521202 A US10521202 A US 10521202A US 1902105212 A US1902105212 A US 1902105212A US 709407 A US709407 A US 709407A
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    • B67OPENING, CLOSING OR CLEANING BOTTLES, JARS OR SIMILAR CONTAINERS; LIQUID HANDLING
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  • YN Noams PETERS so., PHoTaLxTHo.. wAsHxNamN, D, c,
  • ⁇ 1 can be conveniently used fordierent-sized intermediate receptacles; andafurther obj ect aeratedwater' bottle.
  • the intermediatevessel may be of any suitable kind-such, for example, as an ordinary
  • the apparatus ⁇ according to my invention of my invention is to obviate'expulsion of liquid from the intermediate receptacle, which ..1 is especially liable to occur if vthe quantity ⁇ ing devices? of liquid introduced into the said receptacle nearly fills it.
  • FIG. 3 shows in vertical section theapparatus in operation, the full1 ⁇ lines indicating the position when ⁇ a large-size intermediate receptacle is being used and the dotand-pick lines the position ⁇ when a small intermediate receptacle is being used.
  • Figs. et and 5 are vertical sections illustrating modications, and Figs. 6, 7, and S illustrate in different positions a further modification.
  • F is a hooked lever centered at fand engaging with a pin @son the lever C to support it; whenout of use.l C3 is a disk carried by the said lever C to close the end of the casing B should the receptacle E or E2 be fractured during filling.
  • the receptacle can be released fromthe casing'B.
  • the device may consist of a weight C4 von the lever C, as shown, which weight' will keep thelever C in-contact with the receptacle E or E2until the lever'G'is moved back ⁇ by hand, or, as shown in Fig.
  • thev part C2 of the lever may be made separate from the part C, with a rod c4, by which the part C when? depressed acts on the part C2 to press on the receptacle E orE2 inthe casing B for closing and chargingA it, and when the main lever is released the part C2 bears on thereceptacle through.
  • 'Ihe catch-lever F for supporting the lever C is hereshown as being centered at f on the lever Cand passing through a slot d4 in the .bracket D, soas to. catch against the back thereof, orthe same effect can be obtained,
  • the mouth of the sleeve G may be eccentric to the closing device a2, or a spring H may be used to press on one side ofthe neck of the receptacle, (or both the eccentricity and spring may be used,) so as to cause the under side of the enlargement e to be caught at one side, as shown at g, by the upper end of the sleeve G, when pressure of the lever by the operator ceases, and thus the mouth of the receptacle E does not at first leave the closing device entirely,
  • a part of double funnel K may be. made to slide within the casing B, it normally being at the lower end thereof.
  • the orifice at K between the upper and lower parts of the funnel is not large enough to allow the end of the receptacle E to pass through, but is large enough not to interfere'with the closing of the said receptacle by the closingD device a2.
  • An aerated-liquid-dispensingapparatus comprising a casing, a closing device and a charging device within the casing connected to a container and adapted to be operated by pressure against the closing device, a presser IXO IZO
  • An aerated-liquid-dispensing apparatus comprising a casing, a closing device and a charging device Within the casing connected y to a container and adapted to be operated by pressure against the closing device, ahpresser and presser-lever adapted to press an intermediate vessel in the casing against the closing device to cause the vessel to be filled, in

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No. 709,407.` Patented sept. |6*,g|902. w. Hunks, 1n.
APPBATUSFOR USE IN DISPENSING AEBATED LIGUIDS.
(Application led Apr. 29, 1902.)
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Patented `Sepc. 16, I9D2.
I No. 7n,4o7.
A w. HucKs,V 1R. APPARATUS FOB USE IN DISPENSING AERATED LIUIDS.
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No. 7011x4407.` Patented sept. I6, |902. w.- Hunks, m.
APPRATUSFR USE IN DISPENSING ERTED yLIQUIS.
(Application led Apr. 29, 1902.) (No Model.) '4 Sheets-Sheet 3.
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` w. HucKs, m. APPARATUS FORUSE IN DISPENSING AERATED LIUUIDS.
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Application led Apr. 29, 1992.)
4 www?? /f/J @77o ff fvg/J `THE NOHRIS PIYZRU C0., PHOYGLITMOJWASHINGTON, D. C.
` i UNITEDV y STATES f ATENT OFFICE.
APPARATusi-'OR USE INDISPENSING AERATED Lleuins.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters :Patent No. 709,407, dated September 16, 19102.
` Application filed April 29. 1902. Serin No. 105,212. (No man) To all whom) it Hwy] concer-71,:
Be lit known thatL'WILLIAM I-IUcKs, J r., engineer, a subject of .the'ling of Great Britain and Ireland, residing at 22 Oval road,Oam.
den Town, in the county of London, England,
. have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Apparatus for Use in Dispensj `ing Aerated Liquids; and I do hereby declare fro the following to be a full, clear, and exact description ofthe invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains of into a closed intermediate receptacle prior `to being poured into a glass for consumption 5 and the object of my said invention is to prow f ,vide improved means by which-the Operation ,1 "zo of drawing off aerated liquid into the intermediate receptacle` can be performed in a ,l more satisfactory manner than hitherto and w so that in the event ofthe said receptacle bursting the attendant is protected from fragments thereof and. from liquid, While any `overflow `of liquid can` be conducted 1 away Mwithout wetting the, attendant or the `sur,4 1 `roundings or be returned lo the said receptacle.
` 1 can be conveniently used fordierent-sized intermediate receptacles; andafurther obj ect aeratedwater' bottle.
w The arrangements at the outlet from the container `of the aerated liquid tobe disv pensed as regards the `means for closing the intermediate receptacle and opening the drawoff charging valve `mayoonsist'of a valve adapted `tqoeopened to permit the liquid to "How from the container to the intermediate .1 1 1 vessel upon :the mouth of` the intermediate "vessel being strongly pressed against a clos- ',ing `deviceconnected `with and adapted to operate the draw-off charging-valve, saidvalve being spring-closed upon the withdrawalof thebottle mouth, `as shown in my United. StatesPatentNo. 695,314, dated May 11,1902.
The intermediatevessel may be of any suitable kind-such, for example, as an ordinary The apparatus `according to my invention of my invention is to obviate'expulsion of liquid from the intermediate receptacle, which ..1 is especially liable to occur if vthe quantity `ing devices? of liquid introduced into the said receptacle nearly fills it.
. WILLiAtiHuOKs, JR., or OAMDEN TOWN, LONDON, ENGLAND.Y
In the accompanying drawings, Figure lis a vertical section, and Fig. 2 a front elevation,
of an apparatus constructed according to my invention. Fig. 3 shows in vertical section theapparatus in operation, the full1`lines indicating the position when `a large-size intermediate receptacle is being used and the dotand-pick lines the position `when a small intermediate receptacle is being used. Figs. et and 5 are vertical sections illustrating modications, and Figs. 6, 7, and S illustrate in different positions a further modification.
Referring first to Figs. l, 2, and 3, according to my present inventionto the outlet end of the pipe A, leading from the container of aerated liquid to be dispensed and carrying the draw-oif valve (the stem of which is shown Vat a) and closing device q2 for the intermedi-4 when the intermediate receptacle is intro-` duced into the said casingfrom the open lower end thereof the said casing or the` part `inclosedin it acts as a guide to direct the .mouth of the intermediatere'ceptacle to the 1 proper position for beingclosed bythe `clospart b to act as a guide for the aforesaid pur- In the drawings I haveshown the casing B of cylindrical form, inc-losing a pose. `The pressure necessary to close the w intermediate receptacle against' the closing device a2 and .by continued movement .to
open the Valve carriedby the stern n, is appliedby a lever- C, hinged to some suitable part Of the apparatus. `In thedrawings the center pin c, on which the lever C turns, is w Ioo` C2, the end of which (or a part ci: swiveling on the end thereof) bearsnpon the lower end of the intermediate receptacle and when pressure is applied to the lever forces the intermediate receptacle inward onto the closing device, so as first to close the said receptacle and then by continued movement to open the valve for charging the intermediate receptacle. i This can be done whether the said receptacle be a large one or a small one, as
shown-in Fig. 3, where Vthe fulllines show the.
position of the lever C' when a large bottle E is used as the intermediate receptacle and the dot-and-pick lines show the position of the lever C when a smaller bottle/E2 is used as the'intermediate receptacle. When the required charge of aerated liquid has been drawn off into the said receptacle, the lever O is moved back, and consequently the part C2, which Vpressed the said receptacle inward, is withdrawn and the receptacle follows it and can be withdrawn from lthe casing charged with aerated liquid. Any liquid which may come from the receptacle is received lby the casing B, which may be provided with an outlet, as at b2, towhich a pipe can be secured to conduct the said liquid to any desired place.
F is a hooked lever centered at fand engaging with a pin @son the lever C to support it; whenout of use.l C3 is a disk carried by the said lever C to close the end of the casing B should the receptacle E or E2 be fractured during filling. To prevent liquid being lieved to permit gas to. escape gently, and aff terwardby backward ymovement o'f the lever C. the receptacle can be released fromthe casing'B. The device may consist of a weight C4 von the lever C, as shown, which weight' will keep thelever C in-contact with the receptacle E or E2until the lever'G'is moved back `by hand, or, as shown in Fig. 4, thev part C2 of the lever may be made separate from the part C, with a rod c4, by which the part C when? depressed acts on the part C2 to press on the receptacle E orE2 inthe casing B for closing and chargingA it, and when the main lever is released the part C2 bears on thereceptacle through. the pressure of the spring 0 5 to allow of gas gently escaping, and then by backward movement of the part C the part vC2`is withdrawn to allow of the intermediate receptacle being withdrawn from the casing. 'Ihe catch-lever F for supporting the lever C is hereshown as being centered at f on the lever Cand passing through a slot d4 in the .bracket D, soas to. catch against the back thereof, orthe same effect can be obtained,
as shown -in Fig. 5, by means of a sleeve G,
attached .within the casing B,-through which sleeve when the receptacle is inserted into the casing B the upper part of the intermediate receptacle E passes, so as to allow of the said receptacie'being filled. The mouth of the sleeve G may be eccentric to the closing device a2, or a spring H may be used to press on one side ofthe neck of the receptacle, (or both the eccentricity and spring may be used,) so as to cause the under side of the enlargement e to be caught at one side, as shown at g, by the upper end of the sleeve G, when pressure of the lever by the operator ceases, and thus the mouth of the receptacle E does not at first leave the closing device entirely,
`to before the receptacle is withdrawn from the casing B. Thiscan be effected byattaching inside the casing B a flexible or collapsible sleeve I, as shown in lFigs'. 6, 7, and 8, through which the mouthand neck of the receptacle E pass when pressed in by the aforesaid lever C, the said sleeve engaging under the enlargement e' around the neck of the said receptacle, as shown in Fig. 6. On the withdrawal of the receptacle E the sleeve I will, by the enlargement e, be turned inward, as shown in Figs. 7 and b', so as to constitute a funnel by which any liquid expelled is conveyed back into the receptacle E before it leaves the casing'B, or, as shown in Fig. 4, a part of double funnel K may be. made to slide within the casing B, it normally being at the lower end thereof. The orifice at K between the upper and lower parts of the funnel is not large enough to allow the end of the receptacle E to pass through, but is large enough not to interfere'with the closing of the said receptacle by the closingD device a2. When the receptacle'E is inserted into' the casing B, the funnel K is carried upward. by the receptacle, and upon releasing the mouth of the receptacle from the closing device any liquid which may be expelled from the receptacle by the sudden ebullition of gas will be `received by the funnel K, which, following thereceptacle E in its Withdrawal from the casing B, allows the liquid so received by the funnelK to run back into the receptacle E before the said receptacle has left the casing B.
I claim as my inventionl l. An aerated-liquid-dispensingapparatus, comprising a casing, a closing device and a charging device within the casing connected to a container and adapted to be operated by pressure against the closing device, a presser IXO IZO
and presser-lever adapted-to press anintermediate vessel inthe casing against the closing device to cause the vessel to be filled, substantially as described.
2. An aerated-liquid-dispensing apparatus, comprising a casing, a closing device and a charging device Within the casing connected y to a container and adapted to be operated by pressure against the closing device, ahpresser and presser-lever adapted to press an intermediate vessel in the casing against the closing device to cause the vessel to be filled, in
combination With means for catching excess liquid expelled in the casing during the {illing operation,substantially as described.
3. Apparatus for dispensing aerated liquid,
comprising a casing open at one end, a pressure-operated charging device and a clos- `ingdevicev Within the closed end of the cas-` ing, and a presser-lever pivoted to the casing and adapted to press an intermediate vessel againstthe closing device to operate the charging device, substantially as described.
4. An aerated-liquid-dispensing apparatus,
comprising a casing, a closing device and a adapted to convey excess expelled liquid to an intermediate vessel as it is Withdrawn from the casing, said funnel being provided with an opening to fit the mouth of the intermediate vessel, substantially as described.
In testimony whereof I affix my signature in presence of two Witnesses.
Y WILLIAM HUCKS, JUNIOR. Witnesses:
WILLIAM GERALD REYNOLDS, WILLIAM J oHN WEEKS.
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