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US919756A
US919756A US1908449394A US919756A US 919756 A US919756 A US 919756A US 1908449394 A US1908449394 A US 1908449394A US 919756 A US919756 A US 919756A
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    • A46BRUSHWARE
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    • A46B13/00Brushes with driven brush bodies or carriers
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    • A46B13/04Brushes with driven brush bodies or carriers power-driven carriers with reservoir or other means for supplying substances
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C. W. PATRICK. l

BRUSH.

APPLICATION FILED AUG. 20, 1908.

Ia'bened Apr. 27, 1909.

W/TNESSES ATTORNEYS UNITED STATES PATENT oFFno CAMPBELL WILLIAM PATRICK, or PHOENIX, ARIZONA TERRIToRY,'AssIeNoR 'ro M A.

, DICKIS-ON, OF PHOENIX, ARIZONA TERRITORY...

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speciaeation of Letters Patent.' Patented Apn'l 27, 190e.

Application med Augustao, 190s. serial Nb. 449,394.

To allwhomitmcycobcem: .i Be it known that I, CAI'IIPBELL W.

resident of Phoenix, inthe county of Maricopaand Territory of Arizona, have invented enewand Improved Brush,.of which the following is a full, clear, and exactdescripf tion. l v.,

The bru'sh constructed in accordance with my mventionfis--primarily intended fork a.

bath brush, although with slight modification it is adapted as a scrub brush for floors,

y ends of its bristles and .Hows to their scrubwoodwork, windows and scrubbing ingen-l eral,. Where quick thorough cleaning is dey sired With the least possible lexertion on. the

lpart of the operator;v For the bath', the` rush has all y the advantages" enumerated vwhen used as a scrubbing device, 1n addition to presenting a sanitary article continually .eflectmg itsown cleaning when 1n use.

To., these ends I construct' the brush aproper ol two principal`I parts; viz: a revolu le. member. and a; relatively stationary member, the latter surrounding' the revoluble "member and preferably having a hollow handle through whichfw'ater is delivered 'under bingand opposite'rends, operating at all times to malntain them in arclean and sani;

tary state. -The water from therevoluble member -is thrown u on the bristles of the stationary member y centrifugal action,

Ywhich bristles prevent the Water from splashing beyond the confines of the brush.

Reference is to be had to the accompanying drawings forming a part of this specification, in which similar characters of reference indicate corresponding parts in all the views'.

Figure 1 is a perspective view of thepreerred form ofmy invention, showing part 'of the outer casing and Y stationary brush broken away to better illustrate the construction; Fig. 2 is la Sectional plan of the brush; Fig. 3 is a section substantially on the line 3-3 of Fig. I2; Fig. 4 is a section on the line 4-.-4 of Fig. 2; and Fig. 5 is a section on the line 5 5 of Fig. 2.

A stationary brush 10 of circular form has spokes 11, the under faces of which lie in approximately thevlplane of the brush rim,

PAT` RICK, a citizen, ofthe.; Unitedl States, and a which rim is :provided with a plurality of rows of bristles,.the bristles of one row llying in the intervalsof the bristles of the-other row land closing theo enings therebetween. \At the .centerI ofthe lbrush 10 a boss 13 is formed,.which aHords a'substantial bearing for the axis 14 of a revoluble brush A15, this axis. .orjournal being held against ,.endwise movement byan ad'ustable collar 16 bearing 'on the upper face of the boss'13. The revoluble brush has spokes 17, each rovided with bristles extending to the dept of the bristles on the relatively fixed brush 10, the spokes of the revoluble brush being 'sufficiently numerous -in order that the bristlesY '-,Will be close enough together to obtain the best results. The rimor perimeter of the revoluble brush 15 is constructed with peri heralbucket's 1S, which'open into they insite ofthe brush as best disclosed in Figs.- 1 and 3, the buckets being so spaced apart that one bucket'will fall opposite each radial lineoibristlescarried by the spokes 17.

.In connection .with the brush is a handlev 19, of hollow construction and ato-its inner leading to diametrically opposite ets 18, thus obviously necessitating the turnend provided with divergingbranchpipes20, v

o omts .of the brush, where each has a nozz e. 21"'di' rected against the working face of the bucking, of one of the pipes 20 back upon itself, as

clearly shown in Figs. 2 and 4. The pipes 20 lie close to the top of the fixed brush 10 and pass through suitable grooves orl openings ltherein near the nozzles in arranging' the latter'. in proper' relation to the' revolu'ble brush: Over the to of the brush fits a casing 22 which is astened by screws or' Ipasses through the openingsat the bottom of the buckets toK the tops/of the bristles carried by the spokes 17 where it flows to the scrubbing ends of these bristles, keeping them thoroughly clean. A ortion of the water is thrown from the revo uble brush by centrifugal action upon the bristles of the stationary brush, also maintaining. them in 'a Well wetted condition.l

Having thus decsribed my invention, -I

claim asnew and desire to secure by Letters Patent: y

1. .A brush comprising a revoluble inember and a'relatively stationary member, each provided -with scrubbing elements facing in the saine direction, the stationary member surrounding thev revoluble member, and means for supplying water to the brush to actuate the revoluble member and' wet the scrubbing elements.

2.A The combination of a brush, a second" brush revolublymounted on the first brush and having surrounding eripherahbuekets, each brush havingbrist es, and means for delivering water to the buckets of the |revl oluble brush to revolve the saine said bristles. d

3. Thegcombination of a revoluble` brush,

and wet a relatively fixedl brush on which the revoluble brush is journaled, the revoluble brush having radiallyarrangedrews of bristles and rovidedwith peripheral buckets, and the ed brush having a lurality of rows of bristles, the bristles o' one row being arranged in the intervals of the other,l and a hollow handle for the fixed brush for the passage of water, and having a nozzle are i' relatively fixed 'brush surrounding the revoluble brush, each brush having scrubbing elements, the scrubbing elements of the revoluble brush being radially arranged in rows, peripheral buckets carried by the revhaving spokes provided with bristles, buckets vcarried on the brush., arranged adjacent to the openings in vthe rim thereof, a relatively stationary brush provided with bristles and having s okes on which the revoluble brush is journa ed, and means for passing a stream of water against the buckets and through the rim openings onto the bristles.

v7. The combination of a revoluble brush, a relatively stationary brush surrounding the revoluble brush, on which the revoluble brush is jou'rnaled, and a hollow handle for the stationary brush for the passage ofwater and having diverging tubular portions at its inner'end leading to points for the direction of the water against the periphery of the revoluble brush.

8.A The combination of a revoluble brush, a relatively stationary brush surrounding the revoluble brush, a hollow handle for the stationary brush, through which water is adapted to be passed to actuate the revoluble brush, and a casing fitting over and inelosing the upper portions of said brushes.

In. testimony whereof I have signed my name to this specification in the presence of two subscribing witnesses.

CAMPBELL WILLIAM .l 'IRl Gli.

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Cited By (3)

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US4780922A (en) * 1986-08-21 1988-11-01 Clyde Industries Limited High power fluid driven rotary brush and waterwheel
WO1999061321A1 (en) 1998-05-27 1999-12-02 Minnesota Mining And Manufacturing Company Wrapped material, and method and apparatus for wrapping such material
US6314603B1 (en) * 2000-10-23 2001-11-13 Michael Sobo Car wash system

Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US4780922A (en) * 1986-08-21 1988-11-01 Clyde Industries Limited High power fluid driven rotary brush and waterwheel
WO1999061321A1 (en) 1998-05-27 1999-12-02 Minnesota Mining And Manufacturing Company Wrapped material, and method and apparatus for wrapping such material
US6314603B1 (en) * 2000-10-23 2001-11-13 Michael Sobo Car wash system

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