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Publication numberUS1054052 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateFeb 25, 1913
Filing dateAug 30, 1912
Priority dateAug 30, 1912
Publication numberUS 1054052 A, US 1054052A, US-A-1054052, US1054052 A, US1054052A
InventorsGeorge B Stewart
Original AssigneeGeorge B Stewart
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Nozzle for vacuum-cleaners.
US 1054052 A
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G. B. STEWART.

NOZZLB TOR VACUUM CLEANERS.

APPLIGATION FILED AUG. 30, 1912.

1,054,052, .Patented 560.25, 1913.

53, 00.0000 Indy/2520K 000000 Witnesses ggajgwiggyinventn relation to the exchange board engaging- GE..G" B. F ITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVNA.

non ifnoU*ont.sminuire`sG Specification of Letters Patent.

Application filed August 3G, 1912. Serial No. 717,949.

To all? who/m. t may conc-em: l

ijeit known that. l, Geenen B. STEWART, a

citizen of the United States, residing atA Pittsburffli, in the counts1 ofAllegheny and State of Pennsylvania, have invented a newl and uso/fr Nozzle for Vacuum-Cleaners, of

Weich lthe following is a specification.

The present invention relates to improvements in nozzles for Vacuum cleaners, the

present structure being especially designed nozzle'is placed into act-ire' relation thereto.

With' the. foregoing. and other objects in View which will appear as the description proceeds, the invention resides in the com'- bination and arrangement. or part-s and 1n the details of construction hereinafter dei' scribed and claimed, it being understood that changes in the precise embod1n1e;':t of the invention herein disclosed can be made Wit -in the scope of what is claimed Without departing from the spirit of the invention.

In the drawings-Figure l is a side ele#l portion or member. FigS is a plan View of the exchange board engaging member.

leferring'totlie drawings, the numeral l designates the nozzle head which is adapted to have the 'end 2 connect-ed to a suction hose (not shown), and carri `l by the head at diametrically opposite points aretlie two arms 3 carrying each guiding sleeved. Mounted forv sliding movement in the sleeves 4 are the two rods Eeacli4 one of'whicli is provided Withfthe limiting head and lia.Q its other end connected to the lug 6 of the exchange Vboard engaging iiieinbei' or mouthpiece 7.' This is preferably madeot an invsulating material .so as to avoid any short circuiting When-used in connection with the exchange board.

The mouth-piece 7 is provided with a plurality of inlet apertures 8 and in order to tliig. .I

` provide a means to prevent injury to the exchange board and :it the same time to provide a chamber upon. the exchange board engaging side of the mouth-piece 7, a rim 9 of felt or rubber is carried as shown.

In order to hold the mouth-piece 'i' away from the nozzle l, as shown in Fig. l, the coiled springsr l0 are disposed upon the rods and engage atone end the sleeves' 4 while at the other end the lugs 6,

When it is desired to operate the present device, the mouth-piece is presented to the exchange boardwitli the rim 9 thereagainst 'and by a slight pressure uponthe nozzle 1, the two springs 10 are compressed asshouin' in Fig. 2, until the nozzle l engages the mouth-piece 7, thus confining the suction action tothe perforated portion of the mouth piece 7 and thus only acting upon the exchange board when the nozzle l' is pressed inoutlilpiec-eis first positioned upon-the -exchange board and nov suctionl action is perthe position assliown in Fig. 2. 'It is also evident that by reason of the springs 10 the release of the nozzle 1 will permit of an automatic adjustment of' the members from the position as shown in Fig. 2 to that shown in F 1, thus automatically relieving the mouth-piece 7 of any suction .action when the tool is being removed or released.

W'liat is 'claimed is:

1. Ina tool for vacuum cleaners, the conibination of a nozzle having an inlet -and an to 'and from the inletof said nozzle, and 'resilient means to normally hold the mouthpiece away. from said inlet.

2.. In a tool for vacuum cleaners, the coinbination of a nozzle haring an inlet and an outlet, a perforated mouth-piece, and means carried by the nozzle and mouth-piece ior resiliently connecting the inoutl1-piece to the nozzle for movement to and-from the inlet thereof.

In -a tool for 'vacuum cleaners, the couibination of a nozzle i: ing an inlet and an outlet, a, plurality' of guiding arms carried by said nozzle, a mouth-piece, a plurality of rods slidably mounted in said arms and con'- a spring mounted upon each rod for resiliently holding the inoutli piece away from the -inlet'end .ot the nozzle.

ratentedreb. 25, 191s..

against the mouth piece. By this' means the mitted to take place until the nozzle 1 is in outlet, a mouth piece mounted for movement ynec-ted to and carri/'infy the inoutbiiece, andu L', A 4

- #L A. oo for Vacuum cleaners, including. In testimony that I claim the foregoing as 2L nozze, zi. pau of arms carried therefbyg my own, I have hereto affixed my slgnature a mouth-piece, a pzumo rodsvcarrled by 1n the presence of two wltnessesf said mouthpiece and sldably mounted in GEURGE'B. STEWRT. 9S saf' mms, and a spng mounted upon each Witnesses: rod for yieldably holding the mouth-piece J. IRWIN GREEN,

out of engagement with the nozzle. Jol-1N M. DWIES.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification15/415.1, 251/368, 137/550
Cooperative ClassificationA47L9/02