|Publication number||US1401508 A|
|Publication date||Dec 27, 1921|
|Filing date||Jul 23, 1920|
|Priority date||Jul 23, 1920|
|Publication number||US 1401508 A, US 1401508A, US-A-1401508, US1401508 A, US1401508A|
|Inventors||Pietro D Alessandro|
|Original Assignee||Pietro D Alessandro|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (6), Classifications (7)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
P. DALES SANDRG POWDER DISTRIBUTING BRUSH.
' 7 APPLICATION FILED JULY 23|1 9Z0.
Patented Dec. 27, 1921.
infill/ll? I N V EN TOR.
UNITED p, STATES PATENT OFFICE.
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IToalZ inhom it mag concern:
Be it known that I, Pm'rno DALESSAN' Duo, a subject of the King of Italy, and a resident of Syracuse, in the countyof Onondaga and State of N w York, have invented acertain new anduseful Powder-Distribut- Cling Brush, of which the following is a specification. i i r i This invention relates to powder brushes,
such as are used bybarbers and has for its fibobject a particularlyi simple and efiicient mechanism by means of which a predetermined amount of powder as talcum powder a is, delivered if desired while the brush is" being used, and the invention consists in thefcombinations and constructions herein after set forth and claimed.
delivery mechanismlocated in the hollow body above the head, connections between of powder from the hollow body i it 1 designates the hrush embodying my invention.
drioal lower In. describing thiSgil'lVGIltlOIl, reference is a had tothe accompanying drawings in which like characters designate corresponding partsin all the News; i y Figure l is a vertical sectional view of a p Figs. 2 and 3 are opposite face the partition and delivery mechanism. Fig. 4 is a sectional view on the plane i of line as ,Fig. I
This brush comprises generally, a hollow a brush having a head located in the lower end of the hollow body, body having relative turning movement and receptacle for the powder, the upiper end of the handle being open in ordert be supplied tothe receptacle withinthe handle 2. The upper end of the at the tale powder can handle 2 is closed by aclosure as a plug 3 threading thereinto. a i a a 4 designates the bristles of the brush whichyare heldin a suitable head!) mounted i in the lowerend i being 5 formed "with of the body 1, the head an opening 6 through member uncovers such views Off:
the head and a closed at their Specification of Letters Iatenti Patented Dec. 27,1921. a lication as Jul as, 1920. seen no. 392,509.
which the powder is delivered in the bristles of the brush; Preferably, the lower cylindrical portion of the body 1 is internally threaded and the head 5 threads into the i body',it being limited in its inward move "Inentby a marginal flange 5 which ongages the edge of the lower end of the body 1.
The delivery mechanism comprises a perforated partition 7 located in the body above the partition and cut-oil members 8 and 9 movable over the lower and upper faces of the partition and arranged at a rightangle toeach other wherebyone member covers the adjacent end of the perforation or perforations of the partition 7 while the other perforation and cove'rsQother perforations. The partition 7 of -two openings each arranged diametrically oppos1teeach other. The delivery or cut-oil members are here shown as wlngs or plates arranged to cover diametrically opposite openings 10, the wings of the lower embers being arranged to cover the lower ends of two of such openings 10 diametri oally opposite each other while the upper member 9 is out of alinement with the same openings. permitting the powder to fill into such openings and ;cover the other two openings from whlchthe powder has been discharged so that upon rotation of the members 8,9 the lower member 8- uncovers such openings permitting the talcum powis hereshown as formedwith four delivery openings lil 'arranged on a quarter or in sets der to fall out while the upper member covers the openings and cutsofl' the feed of the powder'through the openings just uncovered. it
During this operation, the remaining two diametrically opposite openings" 10 are lower ends and opened at their upperiends by the members 8, 9 per- 'mitting such openings to fill so that upon the next operation, the powder will be discharged therefrom. The deliverymembers 8 and 9 are mounted upon an axle 11 common to both and arrangedcentrally of the; partition 7; The partition 7 threads into the cylindric portion of the body 1 and is limited in its movement by an adjustable stop 12 as a screwthreading vertically or transversely through a ring 13 which also threads into the body 1 above the partition 8.
- filled for-the third The delivery members 8, 9 are rotated during turning oi the head 5 or are held from rotation'duringthe turning of the handle 1 relatively to the head by connections between the head 5 and the lower delivery member 8, these connections including one or more ad- 7 justable shoulders, as pins or screws 14 threading through the head from the lower side thereof and projecting into the path 01"" shoulders 15 depending. from the wings of the delivery member 8,the screws 14 being here shown as arranged diametrically opposite each other. leis a stop provided on the partition to limit the movement of the parts '8, 9 and hence relativerotation of the'body and brush head sul'licient to dislodge the head from the body.
The shoulders 14 are adjustable endwiselyinto proper relation after the brush'head has been-placed in the body, This feature alone and together with the stops 12 and 16 holds theparts which screw l thread into the body intheir assembled and adjusted relation,
- thereon engages theend; of a In operation, assuming that the handleis turned relativelyto the head, the partition 7 turns with the handleand the shoulder 15 screw 14-, which holds said member 8 from rotationwhile the partition turns with the handle, thus uncovering the lower ends of diametrically opposite perforations 10 and vclosing the :upper ends thereof so that the amount of powder previously-located in such holes is now free -.to fall out throughthe openings 6 and into the bristles ofthebrush, 7
,During this operation, the other two did ametrically opposite holes lO are closed at 7 their l'owerIends and opened at their upper fends, hence upon the next operation of the I .40
brushby turning the handle in the opposite direction thelast two ,mentioned holes will be uncovered at their lower ends and discharge the powder therein, and the first two set of holes will be uncoveredat their lower ends and uncovered at their-upper ends and operation. 7
I claim is V 1. A powderbrush oomprising hollow body, and abrush proper having a head at one end of-the hollow body, the head and body having-relative turning movement, a
delivery device arranged in the hollow body 1 above the head and including a partition .havin'g perforations and cut oil members of another perforation, means movable on the upper and lower'surfaces of arrangedat an angle to covers the lower end of one perforation when the-flipper member is out of alinement' with said perforation, and covers theiipper end connectingthe cut-0ft members whereby the.
lower member whereby the cut-off members are operated ,tiveposition of openings ofthe partition are changed, subshoulders vand a pin from the head 1nt0 the the partition beinp; formed with motion of one is'transmitted to the other, and connections between the head and the during relative turning movement of the head and the body, substantially as and for the purpose described.
2 A powder brush comprising a hollow body, and a brush proper comprising, a head mounted in the lower end of the hollow body, a delivery mechanism comprising, a partition located in the hollow body above the head and having perforations therethrough and pivoted cut-off membersmounted on the upper and lower sides oi? the partition and arranged at an angle to each otheigjaid members being connected together to move as a unit, and the lower members being; arranged to cover the lower end of one perforation while the upper member is out of alineniient with the upper end. of said perforation and covers the upper end of the other perforation, the lower member being formed with a pair of spaced shoulders, and a shoulder projecting from the head between the former shoulders whereby during rotation rotary movement of the head. relatively to the body the relathe said members and the stantially as and for the purpose set forth.
'3. A powder brush comprising a hollow body iomed with internal threads in the lower portion thereof, a brush proper having a head threading in the body, a partition threading in the body above the head, the partition being formed with perforations vtherethrough, out-oil members movable on the upper and lower faces oil the partition and at an angle to each other whereby the lower cut-oil member covers the lower ends of tl10 POIfOl1tlOl1S while the upper cut-off member is out of alinement with the perforation, and covers the upper endsof the other perforation, the lower cutoff men her being formed with depending projecting upwardly path of the shoulders,
substantially as and for the purpose do scribed.
i. A powder brush comprising a hollow body formed with internal threadsin the lower portion thereof. a brush propel having a head threading in the body, a partition threadingin the body above the head. perioru tions thcrethrough, cutoff members movable on the upper and lower aces ot the parti tion and at an angle to each other whereby the lower Cubed member covers the lower ends of the perforations while the upper cutoff member 15 out of alinement with the perforation, means connecting the members whereby the'motion of one is transmitted to the other, the lower cut-off mem her being formed with depending shoulders, pins projecting upwardly from the head into the path of the shoulders, and a stop located within the hollow body and coacting with the partition to limit the inward movement thereof, substantiallyas and for the purpose set forth;
5. A powder brush coniprising a hollow body formed with internal threads in the a lower portion thereof, a brush proper having a head threading in the body, a partition threading inthe body above the head,
g the partition being formed with perforations therethrough, cut-0fi members mov able on the upper and lower faces of the partition and, at an angle to each other whereby the lower eut-ofi' member covers T thelower ends of the perforations while the 15,
upper cut-off member is out of alinement with the perforation, means connecting the members whereby the motion of oneis transniitted to the other, thelower cut-ofi' member beingiforme'd with depending shoulders and pins projecting upwardly from the head into the path of the shoulders, a ring threaded in the body above the partition, and a I stop carried by the ring and coaoting with In testimony whereof, I have hereunto si ed 111 name, at Syracuse in the county 0 Onon aga, and State of blew York,this 29th day of June, 1920. i
PIETRO D ALESSANDRO
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|U.S. Classification||401/277, 401/281, 401/280, 401/270|