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US919857A
US919857A US37740807A US1907377408A US919857A US 919857 A US919857 A US 919857A US 37740807 A US37740807 A US 37740807A US 1907377408 A US1907377408 A US 1907377408A US 919857 A US919857 A US 919857A
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    • 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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P. P.. HANSEN.
NAIL KEG. APPLICATION FILED JUNE 5, 1901.
Patented Apr. 27, 1909.
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APPLIOATION rILBD JUNI: 5, 1907.
Patented Apr. 27, 1909.
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Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented April 27, 1909.
Application filed. June 5, 1907. SerialNo. 377,408.
e all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, PETER I. HANSEN, a citizen of the United States, residing at Randolph, in the county of Cedar, State of Nebraska, have invented certain new and usefnl Improvements in Nail-Kegs; and I do hereby declare the followingr to be a full, clear, and exact description, of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains4 to make and use' the Slime.
It is the purpose o'this invention to provide such improvements in nail-kegs aswill enhance their utility, render them safer and more ready in use, and that will make them more economical and satisfactory than nailkegs as commonly constructed.
The nature of the invention is'ully and clearly ascertainable from the device illus-v trated in the annexed drawings, forming al part of this specification, in View of which it will iirst be described with respect to its construction and manner of use, and then be pointed out 'in the subjoined claim.
Of the said drawings-Figure 1 is a side elevation. Fig. 2 is a vertical section. Fig 3) is a vertical section of the upper portiontaken at right angles to Fig. 2. Fig. 4 is a central horizontal section. Fig. 5 isa plan.-
Similar characters of reference designate similar parts or features. as the case be, wherever they occur.
In the provision of my improved nail-ke I make the same ofgalvanized sheet meta throughout, it being understood that the thickness and strength of the metal will be suited to meet the strain and shocks put upon it-without impair-ing itsA general usefulness.
In the drawings A designates the body of the keg, so called, which is made in the forin of a cylinder. f
B is the permanent end and C is the removable head by which access to the keg is gained for the removal closing the keg.
The cylinder A is formed from a piece of galvanized shoe t metal of suitable size, rolled into the forni of a cylinder with'its side margins i and 2 overlapping 'and having the overlapping portions secured together by rivets 3, at spaced intervals to suit circumstances.
'lhe permanently closed end 4B consists of a disk of metal that maybe the same in kind as that composing the cylinder A, the said lof the nails, and for -end having a circular flange 4 projecting from its circumference,.said flange forming.
practically a rim extending outward-fromthe edge of the under face of the end B, .the cir-` cumference of the rim being such as to adapt it .to fit snugly in the end of the cylinder.
5-designates a separate hoo i or band of i metal iitted on the outside of t e end B and riveted thereto, and to the flange of .the end so as'to form a reinforced projection 5 at the end of the keg or cylinder A that extends beyond the end B, and protects vit against injury in handling the keg, particularly when it is filled with nails and is quite heavy.
' The opiosite end of the cylinder is provided wit a removable head C similar in form to the end B. The outer face of the head C is provided with a inger-bail or loop held in place by a clip 7 riveted to the head. The, said bail is provided for lifting the head off 'when the keg is in use.
The end of the cylinder which is provided with the head C is formed with an annular ogee or Sfshaped bead, the upper bend of which extends inward around saidcylinder to form a stop to the lid forming top C while the lower bend extends outward around the cylinder to form a stop for the lower edge of the hook or band 9. The head and its annular rim 1() are secured to the end of the cylin der and the band 9, by small screw bolts H that extend from the outside inward, having nuts 12 on their inner ends which bear with one of their llat sides on the outer surface of the head, as shown, the bolts 11 being turned by a screw-driver engaged with the kerfs in the bolt heads.
In the way described the head C is held securely in place when desired, and like the end B is protected against injury by the p rojection around the sides of the head.
Vyith a nail-keg thus constructed it can be used over and over again, if desired, the .buyer returning it to the retailer and receiving credit from him, and the retailer in turn returning it to the/manufacturer who will in like manner credit the retailer'.
It is very easy to open the keg with a simple screwdriver, and the head can be temporarily ke t in place to shut out rain and dirtyand t ere are no inwardly project.- ing nails around the inner edge of the open top, as in Wooden'kegs to harm the hands, tear the clothingor be in the way of using the keg.
When the head is secured permanently in roo place, the keg, when not too heavy, .can be flange arranged to rest upon the inward bond Qurried about very handly by means of the i of said bead, the flange of said top und the buil (i. upper end of said body having registering 15 What is claimed is* l openings, bolts within seid openings, und u A-.nail-keg, comprising u cylndrieul sheet bail secured to said top.
metal body portion liavng er circunisoribing In testimony whereof. I ulix my signuturd oeee lslumped bead nezuts upper end, a blotin presence of two witnesses.
tom laying n, eireuor ange secured wit in 1 we, v
said body, a band secured to the upper outer l FLTR l HAL" LN' end of said body und resting upon the outward curve of said bead und securely. fasl tened to said body, a top having :t circular l/Vitnesses E. A. AEGERTON, l". R. STEWART.
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