|Publication number||US1164050 A|
|Publication date||Dec 14, 1915|
|Filing date||Sep 22, 1914|
|Priority date||Sep 22, 1914|
|Publication number||US 1164050 A, US 1164050A, US-A-1164050, US1164050 A, US1164050A|
|Original Assignee||Peter Zodac|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (6), Classifications (5)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
APPLICATIONFILED SEPT.22, 1914- I y Patented Dec. 14, 1915.
'Www/ Zwin@- 4 To all 'whom it may concern:
@Mrap sfraarns Parana errno.
PETER Zonne; or PEEKSKILL, NEW 'YORK PAIL.
moaned Be it known that I, PETER ZoDAo,`a citizen' ofthe United States, residing at Peekskill,
in thecounty of Westchester and State of l New York, have' invented newl and useful v Improvements inlails, of which the' follow' ing is a specification.
`This invention relates to bucketsor pails and the-.principal object-.of the invention is ing-purposes .which `embodies an auxiliary compartmentfremovably engaged `with the pail. so as toi-:divide ythe sameinto separate compartments for dirty and clean water.
Further objects ofthe invention wlll appear as the following 'description is read in connection with the 'accompanying drawing which forms apart ofi-this application, and in whichzf l y 1 Figure 1 is a perspective view. Fig'. 2 is a vertlcal'sectional `view. Fig. 3 is a detail. vertical sectional vlew taken at right angles to Fig. ,2. Fig.` 4 is ahorizontal sectionalA view on the line 4-4 of Fig.' 1.
lReferring more particularly to'the draw-l ing, 1 represents a pail of ordinary construction having a handle bail 2 connected thereto by the usualears 3. This bucket is provided with a pair `of diametrically arranged re'a'i'- wardly projecting ribs 4 and fitted within' the bucket or-pail 1 and engaged with the ribs ais an auxiliary pail 5 which 'is substantially lsemi-circular in cross section and is provided with an independent handle bail 6l Y Secured to and passing transversely across the. opposite upper edges of the auxiliary' pail 5 are sleeves 7 having a short shaft -81 vjournaled in each. These shafts havejright the. hooks will Specicationfof Letters Patent. Patnd Dec, 14, 1915. implication filed sfeptemberza, 1914. serial 110.862,972. A
' .angular projections 9 and`10,lt`he latter having an inwardly projecting end 11 arranged to engagebeneath a lug-or projection 12 lsecured upon the outside of the pail 1.
l l formedpone adapted to contain clean water to provide a bucketor pail -for house cleanv and the other dirty water. Each compartment is provided with a removable lid 13 and 14 and a common lid 15 may be used in place of the separate lids.`
As shown, thel auxiliary pail only occupies approximately` one-half of .the main pail 1 and is held in position against lateral movement bv lthe ribs 4: and against vertical movement bythe'locking devices heretofore described] What is claimed is :'-l
A device of the class described comprising` a main pail, an auxiliary pail arranged with-- in-.and occupying substantially one-half'of theinterior ofthe main pail, sleeves carried 'upon the lupper edge of the auxiliary pail,
lugs formed on the outer wall of the main pail, shafts journaled in Said sleeves, hooks formed on each of said shafts and engaging saidlugs, and longitudinally extending ribs formed on the inner wall of the main pail and 'diametrically arranged thereon whereby be properly associated with thelugs." In testimony whereof I aiiix my signature in presence of two witnesses.v
. PETER ZODAC. Witnessesf WoEsrL BYBEL, AMinnie ZoDAo.
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|U.S. Classification||220/527, 220/23.87, 169/34, 15/264|