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Publication numberUS1218975 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMar 13, 1917
Filing dateJun 9, 1916
Priority dateJun 9, 1916
Publication numberUS 1218975 A, US 1218975A, US-A-1218975, US1218975 A, US1218975A
InventorsWilliam R Brison
Original AssigneeWilliam R Brison
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Combined bung and strainer.
US 1218975 A
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W. R'. BRISON. COMBINED BUNG AND STRMNER.

APPLICAYION FILED JUNE 9, 19:6.

Patented Mar. 13, 1917.

i v sings PATENT OFFICE.

WILTQIAM B. BKISDN, Us"? TOMPKINSVILLE, NEW YORK. v

comm-Nun rune Arm s'rmmmn.

To all whom it may concern.

Be it known that I, lVntMAM R. Bunion,

a citizen of the United States, residing at Bungs 'clsre' the following (State of New York,

exact description of the invention,

it cpportuins to other orifice of a barrel or drum,

formed therein 'whichis A. further obj ect of the invention is to pro d threaded (inching normally e s, the drain vide a bong; having b a, 111 so that the contents of or barrel can be drawn, or the drum or herrel can be refilled,

' Animportsnt object of the invention is the Provis on of. e reins which serves to support a; straining cloth so that liquid can l edrewn the container free from sedi- "inent or the like.

or the "With these {ind other objects in ViBW, this invention resides in the novel features of construction, formation, combination and armngc'inent of parts to he hereinafter more fully'describeail, tgli-llfltld and illustrated the. accompsnying drawing, in which Figure 1 is a fragmentary View of a cask like equippedwith the device. Fig. 215 a sectional view on line 2--2 of Fig. 3 Hi 2..

is a sectional view on line 3 3 of 4 is a sectionalview on line l---4 of Fig. 2.

Referring to'the drawing 1 indicates a sec tion of a drum or brrel, which l'ney be formed from wood or metal, and. is pro vided with the-threaded bung orifice 2. The bung proper comprises ahead 3, said head having sin'annulcr exteriorly threaded flange gcgcd froinfttxe barrel or ongagec 4 which is ede'pted to be threaded into the orifice 2,;ond since the head .is hexagonal in contour the bong can'be'read1l;{d1sen- Specification of Letters latent.

and Eltreiners; ahdl do hereby dieter from passing there- Patented. Mar. 13, 1917.

Application filed June 9, 1916. Serial No. 102,718.

with as desired. The-head 3 is provided with a centrally threaded opening 5 which is normally closed said plug having a wrench engaging head 7 whereby the some can be readily removed or replaced.- i

The flange 4 is provided ad acent its inner later. ded and consists of s A. frame 9 ,is provplurality of arms 10, the inner ends of which are connected to a ring 11, while the outer 4 ends thereof a'rcengaged with the inner A fabric 13, which may be either of cloth '10 or wire, is engaged around'the frame 9, and 1s in the natureof s'bzigsc that its open end will envelop theladjacent end of the flange 4;. This" fabii'io 13 constitutes o strainer 14, and to hold the open end thercof engaged with the fienge 4 a' cord or wire 1s engaged therewith end when tightened "will force the adjeizent 13a rt of the strainer into the groove 8,

strainer from becoming accidentally disenthus preventing the gaged from ane hanger It will be noted that the inner wsll 'of the groove 8- is of less diameter than the fiuiigre 4, whereby the fraiue 9 can be readilye'ngcgcd in the orifice S2. J

It is obvious that when the fabric 13 envelops the frame 9 and has its open end secured in the groove 8, said fabric will be drawn taut, and will thus hold the offsets 12 engaged with the inner edge 4, thereby holding the frame in its operative position.

From the foregoing description it will be seen that a hung has been provided having associated therewith a strainer serve to prevent sediment or foreign matthrough the opening 5 of the bung.

What is claimed is A bung of the cluss described com a head, an annular flange carried 1y the head, t frame comprisin ends, the outer ends of said arms by the threaded plug 6, 56

lodge with an'annulcr groove 8, the purpose 60 ot which will appear of the flange 9o which will rising a plurality of In leslinmny hereof, T afiix my signature. II] the presence of two witnesses.

WILLIAM R. BRISON.

Witnesses:

Himmler) KARLBSQN, Enwmm B. SImERAN.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification210/462, 210/452, 210/454, 210/448, 55/379, 210/497.1
Cooperative ClassificationB01D29/0043