US 1654554 A
Description (OCR text may contain errors)
Jan. 3, 1928; 1,554,554
PASCH UNDERLAYER FOR SAFETY RAZOR BLADES TO BE WRAPPED THEREWITH IN AN ENVELOPE Filed Oct. 1. 1927 inventor fi/uc a Paunh 7145 a. t orn o/Y Patented Jan. 3, 1928.
HUGO PASCH, F SOLINGEN, GERMANY.
UNDERLAYERJFOB SAFETY-RAZOR BLADES TO BE WRAPPED THEREWiTH IN AN ENVELOPE.
Application filed October 1, 1927, Serial No. 223,854, and in Germany May 81, 1926.
For placing safety-razor blades into-their paper or the like envelopes, it is known to use pasteboardor the like underlayers having fiat projections thereon for engagement with the usual holes in the razor blades, for
the purpose of preventing the cutting-edges becoming damaged by contact with the envelopes during the insertion of the razor blades therein. This arrangement, has. however, ;the drawback that the razor blades get easily disengaged from the underlayer and displaced thereon, so that the intended object is not attained.
To overcome. this drawback, according to the present invention, the pasteboard or the like underlayer is fitted with small fiat permanent fixed magnets adapted to come in direct contact with the razor blade placed on the underlayer and thereby to securely hold the same in place thereon and to prevent any "displacement thereof, so that the cuttingedges of the razor blade cannot become damaged by contact with the paper envelope during its insertion therein.
The accompanying drawing illustrates, by way of example, how the invention can be put into practice:
Figs. 1 and 2 are respectively a longitudinal section through and a plan view of one preferred form of the improved underlayer-with the razor blade thereon, while Fig. 3 is a plan View of a modification of the improved underlayer.
As shown in Figs. 1 and 2, the pasteboard or the like underlayer a of somewhat larger size than the. safety-razor blade 6 to be placed thereon, is fitted with small flat permanent magnets 0, which are fixed thereon in any appropriate manner and arranged in transverse fashion, preferably on each side of the usual flat projection d centrally arsignature. I
- HUGO PASGH.