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US877149A
US877149A US29777206A US1906297772A US877149A US 877149 A US877149 A US 877149A US 29777206 A US29777206 A US 29777206A US 1906297772 A US1906297772 A US 1906297772A US 877149 A US877149 A US 877149A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
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    • A47L13/10Scrubbing; Scouring; Cleaning; Polishing
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    • A47L13/58Wringers for scouring pads, mops, or the like, combined with buckets
    • A47L13/59Wringers for scouring pads, mops, or the like, combined with buckets with movable squeezing members

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WILLIS 11*.- WETMORE, OF ONEIDA, NEW

YORK, ASSIGNOR TO GHARLES A. LEE, OF ONEIDA, NEW YORK.

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To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, WILLIS H. WETMORE, of the city of Oneida, county of Madison, and

State of New York, have-inventedcertain 5, new and useful Improvements in Mop- Wringers; and I do hereby declare that the following is a' full, clear, and exact description thereof, which will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, and to the letters of reference marked thereon, which form part of this s ecification.

The 0 jeot of my present invention is to provide a. mop wringer which is simple in construction and efficient in operation, and cheaply manufactured and assembled.

In the drawings Figure l'sliows an end elevation of a mop wrin er of my improved frames from the presser board, 3 is mounted a rock shaft, 4, which carries adjacent to each end, and immediately inside of the end fra mes, an eccentric segment 5.

the shaft,4 and the fixed presser board 3, is arranged the movable presser board 6, which is providedat each end with a projection 7, 'movably mounted in the slot 8 in each end frame. The 'mo'vable presser board is thus mounted to slide laterally across the wringer :in said slot, but is free to rock on said projection '7. as on pivots, whereby it isada ted to adjust'itself to various thicknesses o the I mop head; Extending between the eccentrio segment 5 andthe pivotal projection 7;

at each end-of the movable presser, there is provided a connecting rod 9 This rod at one end has an eye which sli s over on to the projection 7 before the end is applied, while the opposite end has aneccentric tooth head adapted to mesh withthe teeth of the gear sector 5. The gear sector 5 and the said tooth head on the connecting rod 9, are held Specification of Letters Patent.

Application filed January 25. 1906- Serial No. 297'772.

construction with one o the end frames re-' Between Patented J an. 21, 1908.

together by connecting straps 10, which are pivoted at their respective ends, to the said two parts.- On the shaft between the two gear sectors 5 preferably there is mounted a handle 11 by means of which the shaft 4 can I be rocked, and the movable presser board 6, forcibly moved toward the fixed resser board 3, or withdrawn therefrom. t may benoted that the movable presser board 6 is somewhat shorter than the fixed presser board 3 whereby a sufficient space is provided at either end for the introduction of the connecting rod 9 to the pivotal projection 7, between the ends of the presser board and the end walls of the wringer frame. On one of end walls 2 (or both if preferred) there is rovided a stop projectlon 12 against WlllCll the lower edge of the movable presser board is adapted to strike when moving towards its open position, whereby it is made to assume its proper open position as shown by one of the set of dotted lines, in case it has any tendency to come to open position in otherwise than in proper form. The lower portion of the end frames 2 are provided with downwardly projecting arms 2 adapted to engage against the inner wall of a pail or bucket to which the movable wringer is adapted to be applied and is also provided with a hook projection 2 adapted to hook over the edge of the wall of said bucket or sector shown in Fig. 1, there is provided a regular shaped sector 15. The teeth of this sector 15 are connected by a substantially straight tooth rack 16 with the pivotal projectijon 7 same as heretofore described. In order to hold the tooth rack 16 in engagement with the sector 15 there will be provided a roller 17 pivoted on the end frame,

and engaging the upper edge of the said tooth rack.: The first described construction is perhaps preferable in that it provides for a more rapid and less powerful movement of the movable presser board in the initial movement, and 'a slower and more powerful movement near the end; while in the modified form of construction the movable presser board is moved forward and backward at a uniform speed comparedwith the speed of the handle, and; of vcourse no advantage of leverage 1s secured near the end of the move ment.

-What I claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent is:

The combination in a mop wringer of a frame including ends and afixed presser board arranged at one side, a rock shaft 7 mounted in bearings in the frame at the opposite side from the presser board, a movable presser provided with pivotal projections at 1 each end-engaging and operating along and in slotted horizontal openings in the ends, toothed segments adjacent to each end, eccentrically mounted on and secured to the rock shaft, connecting rods having aneye at one end receiving and .mounted on said pivotal projections between the ends of-thex frame and the ends of theqmovable presser my signature in the presence of two Witnesses,

this 15th day of January 1906.-

WILLIS H. WETMORE.

Witnesses:

F. J. KELToN, CHARLES A. Jnwn'r'r.

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