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US768912A
US768912A US13516802A US1902135168A US768912A US 768912 A US768912 A US 768912A US 13516802 A US13516802 A US 13516802A US 1902135168 A US1902135168 A US 1902135168A US 768912 A US768912 A US 768912A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
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  • Figure 1 is a vertical central section of a bottle broken away with my invention shown in position in the neck thereof.
  • Fig. 2 is an enlarged perspective view of my improved valve detached from the bottle.
  • Fig. 3 is a vertical central section of the iioat-valve in detail.
  • Fig. 4 is a detail sectional View of the valve inverted, parts being broken way; and
  • Fig. 5 is a top plan View of the float-valve.
  • 1 represents the bottle, 2 the cork thereof.
  • cap 4 is arperi'orated cap secured in the neck of the bottle by means or' a split ring 5, said cap having' a transverse member 6, from which depends a rod 7, said rod being provided with an annular groove 8.
  • ⁇ 11 is a disk secured to the lower end ofthe rod 7 said disk having iiuid-openings 12, which are adapted to be closed by flap-hinges 13, the pintle 14 of said hinge being so positioned that the inner end of the flap-valve works in the groove 8.
  • 14fL represents rods depending from and secured to the disk l1, to the lower end of which is secured a hemispherical body 15, having an aperture 16 in its top.
  • 21 is a flap-valve hinged at 22 on top of the disk 17, said valve being provided with a oat 23, of cork or other suitable material, secured in any practical manner thereto.
  • 24 is a packing secured in any practical manner around the edge of the valve 21,.on the under side thereof, said packing iitting around the opening 25 in the disk 17, as more clearly shown in Fig. 5.
  • a hook or other suitable 'device secured to the Hap-valve upon the lower end of which below the valve and depending through the opening 25 is a chain or other flexible medium 27, to the lower end of which is secured by a loose joint a rod 29, which in turn has secured loosely toits lower end a weight 30, shown for purposes of illustration as a ball- Weight.
  • the construction of the main flap-valve and of the weight may be varied at will so long as the flexible joint is formed between the valve and its weight.
  • a device of the character described the combination with a hinged valve, a float secured to the upper side thereof, a packingv secured to the under side thereof, of a chain depending from the lower side of said valve. and a weight secured to the lower end of said chain, and a hemispherical body in which said weight is adapted to operate.

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PATENTED AUG. 30, 190.4. G. W. SHOOK.
NON-REFILLABLE BOTTLE.
AFPLIOATION FILED DBG. 13. 1902.
N0 MODEL.
l y y m j 'y mlm @X71 tucson UNITED STATES Patented August 30, 1904i.
. PATENT OFFICE.
GEORGE W. SHOOK, OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA` ASSIGNOR TO WILLIAM S. BARNETT, OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
NON-REFILLABLE BOTTLE.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 768,912, dated August 30, 1904.
Application filed December 13, 1902. Serial No. 135,168. (No model.)
To all whom, it may concern:
Be it known that I, GEORGE WV. SHooK, a citizen of the United States, residing at Jacksonville, in the county of Duval and State oi' Florida, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Non-Reiillable Bottles, or'
`which the following' is a specification.
lutely prevents the ingress of air or liquidV into the bottle 'no matter what the position of the bottle may be; and with this and minor objects in view my invention consists of the parts and combination of the parts, as will be hereinafter more fully described.
In the drawings. Figure 1 is a vertical central section of a bottle broken away with my invention shown in position in the neck thereof. Fig. 2 is an enlarged perspective view of my improved valve detached from the bottle. Fig. 3 is a vertical central section of the iioat-valve in detail. Fig. 4 is a detail sectional View of the valve inverted, parts being broken way; and Fig. 5 is a top plan View of the float-valve.
1 represents the bottle, 2 the cork thereof.
3 is an annular groove in the neck oi' the bottle.
4 is arperi'orated cap secured in the neck of the bottle by means or' a split ring 5, said cap having' a transverse member 6, from which depends a rod 7, said rod being provided with an annular groove 8.
9 is a pin passed through and extending beyond each side of the rod 8.
`11 is a disk secured to the lower end ofthe rod 7 said disk having iiuid-openings 12, which are adapted to be closed by flap-hinges 13, the pintle 14 of said hinge being so positioned that the inner end of the flap-valve works in the groove 8.
14fL represents rods depending from and secured to the disk l1, to the lower end of which is secured a hemispherical body 15, having an aperture 16 in its top.
17 is a disk secured to the-rods 14a intermediate the cone-shaped body and the disk 11, said disk 17 being vprovided with a depending annular ilange 18, in the periphery of which is formed an annular groove 19, in which is secured a rubber or other suitable resilient packing 20 of 'a thickness greater than the depth of said groove.
21 is a flap-valve hinged at 22 on top of the disk 17, said valve being provided with a oat 23, of cork or other suitable material, secured in any practical manner thereto. 24 is a packing secured in any practical manner around the edge of the valve 21,.on the under side thereof, said packing iitting around the opening 25 in the disk 17, as more clearly shown in Fig. 5.
26 is a hook or other suitable 'device secured to the Hap-valve, upon the lower end of which below the valve and depending through the opening 25 is a chain or other flexible medium 27, to the lower end of which is secured by a loose joint a rod 29, which in turn has secured loosely toits lower end a weight 30, shown for purposes of illustration as a ball- Weight.
The operation of my improved valve is as follows: The normal position of the parts is that shown in Fig. 1, while the position of the parts when the bottle is held in pouring position is indicated in Fig. 4. It will be noticed that the flap-valve 21 is hinged to the disk 17 in such manner that the pressure of the liquid within the bottle will open it, and the pressure of the liquid will alsoopen the flap-valves 13; but the'pin 9 will prevent the Hap-valves 13 opening far enough to permit the insertion of a wire or other instrument `through the perforations of the cap for the purpose of holding the Hap-valve 21open. We Vwill suppose that the contents or' the bottle have been emptied and it is desired to rell the same with inferior material. This is ordinarily attempted loy jarring the valves down and holding the bottle in a horizontal position; but it will be seen that even if the valves in this case are jarred down and the bottle is held in horizontal position the ball-weight 30 will, by reason of its position in its cone, immediately slide to the bottom of the cone, thereby compelling the valve to close, thus preventing ingress of any fluid. This would be accomplished even in the absence of a float. W e will now suppose that the next attempt will be made by completely inverting' the bottle, so that all of the valves will fall to open position by reason of their own weight, whereupon thel bottle may be immersed in the liquid, whereupon the iuid will pass up through the perforated cap, strike the winged valves 13, and if they do not close will pass on until it strikes the main Hap-valve 21, and a further immersion of the bottle will cause thc main `flap-valve to be ioated up by reason of the cork 23 being attached thereto, and the further the bottle is immersed the tighter the main flap-valveis held on its seat by means of its iioat 23. This floating action of the valve is permitted by the flexible joint formed by the chain '27 between the valve and its weight, whereby the valve may be closed notwithstanding the weight is not moved. I have provided the rim 24, of cork or similar material, on the under face of the main flapvalve to insure a perfect seating' of the valve against the admission of fluid or air.
The construction of the main flap-valve and of the weight may be varied at will so long as the flexible joint is formed between the valve and its weight.
l have applied all of the well-known tests for defeating the ofces of non-refillable bottles, among` which may be mentioned the wellknown heat test, and have practically demonstrated that the construction of valve that I have shown is proof against all of said tests.
Having thus described my invention, the following is what is claimed as new therein:
1 In a device of the character described, the combination with a hinged valve, a float secured to the upper side of said valve, and a packing-ring secured to the lower side of said valve, of a iexible medium depending from the lower side of the valve, a weight suspended from said valve by means of said ieXible medium, and a hemispherical body in which said weight operates.
2. 1n a device of the character described, the combination with a hinged valve, a float secured to the upper side thereof, a packingv secured to the under side thereof, of a chain depending from the lower side of said valve. and a weight secured to the lower end of said chain, and a hemispherical body in which said weight is adapted to operate.
In testimony whereof I alriX my signature in presence of two witnesses.
GEORGE NN. SHOCK.
`Witnessesz H. H. SIMMs, EDWIN S. CLARKsoN.
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