|Publication number||US1580207 A|
|Publication date||Apr 13, 1926|
|Filing date||Jun 24, 1925|
|Priority date||Jun 24, 1925|
|Publication number||US 1580207 A, US 1580207A, US-A-1580207, US1580207 A, US1580207A|
|Inventors||Kibbe Freston F|
|Original Assignee||Automatic Machine Dev Corp|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (5), Classifications (6)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
April 13,1926. 1,580,207
P. F. KIBBE SUPPORT FOR VENDING MACHINES Filed June 24, 1925 l un- Patented Apr. 13, 1926.
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PRESTON F. 311331;, ion YONKERS, rmwjxonx ASSIGNOlQBY MESNE AssIeN E rs, T
AUTOMATICVMACHINVE[DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, 1 CORPORATION or 1mw YORK.
surrea FOR vENnI e MACHINES. j
To-allwhom it may concern. J v
Be it known that I, PRESTON F. KIBBE, a
citizen of the 'United States, residing at Yonkers, in thecounty of Westchester and 5 State of New York,'have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Supports for Vending Machines, of which'the follow ing is a specification. l
This invention relates'in generalto vending machines and more particularly .to a "means for supporting a vendingmachine of the type used in vending peanuts,'confections' and the like. I y
It is an object of my invention to provide a means for supporting and securing a vending machine in such a manner 1 as to make it more secure against burglary.
It is another objectofmy invention to provide a support which will give increased rigidity to the machine thus lessening the,
wear on the machine and insuring its continued successful operation.
Other objects of my invention will be found in the accompanying specification and claims and will be disclosed in the accompanying drawings in which: I
Figure 1 is a side elevation, with portions shown in dotted lines, of my vending device installed in its bracket.
Figure 2 is a perspective of my supporting bracket and securing means. I
Referring now with greater particularity to the drawings it will be seen that my de? vice is comprised as follows: A base 1 is adapted to be other mounting to which my machine is to be secured. Blocks 3 and 4 of wood or other suitable material are secured to the base by means of screws, rivets, or bolts 5, the blocks being covered with metal plates 6 and 7. To
the upper plate 6 I have hingedly secured a hasp 8 having a slot 8 and to the lower plate 7 I have hingedly secured a-hasp 9 having'a slot 9 A plate 13 suitably provided with webs has a substantially U-shaped horizontal plat-v fastenedby bolts or screws through apertures 2 to the wall or and-the base 19. The base 19 is'provided 'witha webbed notched extension 20 adapted to fit snugly? within the slot to prevent the vending machine being moved upwardly wardly while the ears 23gare placed over pins 12. The top is then swungoutwardly into the vertical position thus causing the extension to pass into and-under the top of the slot 15. The pins prevent any lateral "j motion of the vending machine while the slot 15 and notched extension 20 prevent any upward motion and the platform 11 prevents any downward motion of the device.
It will be seen that the vending machine can now be removed only byswinging the base outwardly and lifting the machine oil the lugs.
A top plate 25 is provided for the container 17. This top plate is slotted to receive snugly the lower end of a fiat staple 26 which is screw-threadedly secured'to a rod 27 which extends from the top of the ma chine centrally through the body and base thereof and terminates in a screw. threaded shank onto which a flat staple 28 is screwthrea-dedly secured; The hasps 8 and 9 are adapted to be swung down over the staples 26 and 28 and the retainers of padlocks 30 and 31 inserted through the eyes 32 and 33.
I The rod 27 and its hasps and locks prevent the machine being rocked in either direction until both hasps or locks have been destroyed. Plate 13 with its lugs and the web and notch prevent the device from being moved in any other-direction. The combination of these elements gives to the mounting a distinct and useful rigidity and provides a mounting which could not be burglarized without almost entirely destroying the machine. 7 I
. I claim: v
1. In a support fora vending machine,
the combination of a base, abracket portion secured thereon having a horizontal plate provided with upstanding lugs adapted to fit into perforated ears on the vending machine, a second bracket portion terminating in a downwardly extending portion having a vertical open-ended slot adapted to snugly receive a projecting part of the vending machine, and means for holding said parts in assembled engagement.
2. In a support for a vending machine, the combination of a base, a bracket portion secured thereon having a horizontal plate provided with upstanding lugs adapted to fit into perforations in the vending machine, asecond bracket portion terminating in a downwardly extending portion having a vvertical open-ended slot to snugly receive a projecting'part of the vending machine, a rod extending vertically through said machine, and means on said rod adapted to cooperate with means on said base to hold the machine in vertical position.
3. In a support for a vendingvmachine, the combination of a base, a bracket portion secured thereon having a horizontal plate provided with upstanding lugs adapted to fit into perforated ears on the vending machine, a second bracket portion terminating in a downwardly extending portion having an open-ended slot to snugly receive a projecting part on the vending machine, a rod extending vertically through said machine having staples screw-threaded on the ends thereof, hasps hingedly secured to said base and adapted to cooperate with said rod'and staples to hold said machine rigidly invertical position.
4. In a support for a vending machine, the combination of abase, a bracket portion secured thereon having a horizontal plate provided. with upstanding lugs adapted to fit into perforated ears on the vending machine, a second bracket'portion terminating in a downwardly extending portion having a vertical open ended-slot to snuglyreceive a projecting part of the vending machine, a rod extending vertically through said machine having staples screw-threaded onthe ends thereof, and hasps secured to said staples to hold said machine rigidly in vertical position, and locksv adapted to hold said hasps on said staples. n
In testimony whereof I my signature.
PRESTON F. KIBBE.
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|U.S. Classification||248/552, 248/223.31, 248/224.8|