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Publication numberUS1091265 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMar 24, 1914
Filing dateApr 23, 1913
Publication numberUS 1091265 A, US 1091265A, US-A-1091265, US1091265 A, US1091265A
InventorsCharles J. Wohlander
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Sanitary attachment for toilet-bowls and the like.
US 1091265 A
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. G. J. WOHLANDER. SANITARY ATTACHMENT FOR TOILET BOWLS AND THE LIKE.

APPLICATION FILED 1311.23. 1913.

1,09 1 ,265 Patented Mar. 24, 19M

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'WTTED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

CHARLES J. WOI-ILANDER, OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, ASSIGNOR 0F ONE-HALF TO BENJAMIN ARMER, OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.

SANITARY ATTACHMENT FORTOILET-BOWLS AND THE LIKE.

Specification of Letters Patent. Application filed April-23, 1913.

1,@91,265. Patented 24, 1914.

Serial No. 763,145.

the ends of the upper portion 13 and lower portion 14 respectively. The lower portion 14 is formed with a long, narrowv mouth 19, and the hanger 6 is of such a form that,

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, CHARLES J. Worr- LANDER, a citizen of the United States, residing at San Francisco, in the county of San Francisco and State of California, have inwhen secured in position on the edge of vented new and useful Improvements in the bowl, said mouth will be immediately Sanitary Attachments for Toilet-Bowls and under the holes 3 discharging from the cont-he like, of which the following is a specifiduit 2, said mouth being of such length as cation. to receive the water discharged through The object of the present invention is to several of said holes. The water entering provide simple and efficient means for dissaid mouth flows to the lower portion of said infecting and deodorizing toilet bowls, parreceptacle 14 and can escape therefrom only ticularly of that class in which the water through discharge holes 21 formed in the used for flushing the bowl is first delivered bottom of said lower portion. Before escapto a conduit formed in the upper edge of ing by said holes 21, the water comes in the bowl and is then discharged into the contact with balls 22 of solid antiseptic mabowl through small holes formed in the terial which are supported above the botlower part of said conduit. tom of said lower portions 14 of the recep- In the accompanying drawing, Figure l tacles by a perforated tray or trough 23 is a plan view of a toilet bowl equipped supported thereon by lugs 24 extending from 7-5 with my invention; Fig. 2 is an enlarged its end. In order to supply said trough vertical section of an upper portion of the with said antiseptic balls, a hinged lid 26 bowl, showing my invention in end View of said upper portion 13 is first raised, and thereon; Fig. 3 is a plan view of the main then the antiseptic balls are passed downportion of my device, the lid being raised; ward, one at a time into a chamber 27 formed Fig. 4 is a longitudinal section thereof; Fig. in the upper portion 13 of the receptacle, 5 is a transverse section on the line 5-5 of from which they drop upon the trough 23. Fig. 4. The balls are of such character that the Referring to the drawing, 1 indicates a water coming in contact therewith acts as toilet bowl, in the upper edge of which is a carrier of the disinfectant and deodorizformed a conduit 2 extending around the ing ingredients contained in the balls. The bowl, into which the water for flushupper portion 13 of the receptacle is likeing the bowl is delivered, and f om which wise formed with a second chamber 28 it is discharged by holes 3 through the lower separated from the lower portion 14 of the portion of said conduit. Extending beneath receptacle by a bottom or partition 29, in the seat 4 and over the edge of one side of which chamber is inserted a suitably molded said bowl, preferably slightly in front, is block of material giving out, by evaporation, a hanger 6, the bottom of the outer portion an agreeable perfume, thus counteracting, if of which is thickened, as shown at 7, and necessary, the odor of the disinfectant, and is formed with a threaded hole, through other noxious odors. The walls of these which passes a screw 8 having thereona chambers 27, 28 are formed with apertures loose head 9, which can be employed to turn 31, permitting the vapor of the antiseptic the screw inward, but which is inoperative balls and the perfumed blocks to escape to turn the screw outward A screw having therefrom. I such a head is in common use and need not It is understood that I by no means limit here be further specified. Said screw is my invention to its use as shown and deprovided with a foot 11, which bears against scribed herein, but claim the same for any the outer side of the bowl, and is formed other uses for which it may be found adof rubber to prevent cracking the bowl. The vantageous. lower end of the inner portion of the hanger I claim is secured by screws 2 to the back of the In combination with an open-topped bowl upper portion 13 of a receptacle. Said upor vessel, the edge of said top being formed per portion 13 is secured to the lower porwith a perforated conduit for discharging tion 14 of the receptacle by screws 16 water into said receptacle, a receptacle havscrewed through registering lugs 17, 18 in ing a long, narrow mouth, means for se- 11o curing said receptacle adjacent to the top of said vessel in a position so that the mouth receives the Water discharged from several of the perforations in said conduit, a perforated trough in said receptacle to which the water received by said mouth can flow, said receptacle being formed with escape holes for the water, and the upper portion of said receptacle being formed with two chambers, one communicating with said trough, and the other partitioned therefrom,

Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the CHARLES J. VVOI-ILANDER.

Witnesses:

F. M. WRIGHT, D. B. RICHARDS.

Commissioner of Patents.

Washington, D. G.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification4/231
International ClassificationE03D9/02
Cooperative ClassificationE03D9/032, E03D2009/024
European ClassificationE03D9/03C