|Publication number||US1656799 A|
|Publication date||Jan 17, 1928|
|Publication number||US 1656799 A, US 1656799A, US-A-1656799, US1656799 A, US1656799A|
|Inventors||Edwabb A. Smith|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (1), Classifications (4)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
Jan. 17, 1928.
E. A. SMITH TURPENTINE DIP BUCKET Filed Dec. 20. 1926 AT T RNEY.
Patented Jan. 17, 1928.
EDWARD A. SMITH, OF VALDOSTA, GEORGA.
TURPENTINE DIP BUCKET.
Application filed December 20, 1926. `Serial No. 155,950.
rilhe. Iinvention relates to a bucket and more particularly to that class known as dip buckets for turpentine lor the like. n
The primary object of the invention 1s the provision of a bucket of this character, wherein the formation thereofis peculiar', and one side of the bucket is provided with a lip, so as to enable the bucket to penetrate the mass oit turpentine within a container, so that the bucket will beconie filled when dipped into the mass, without requiring any exertion on the part oit the user of the bucket.
Another object of the invention is the provision of a bucket of lthis character, wherein the dipping operation is expedited, the bucket in its construction being `novel in .torni and is designed particularly for the dipping off turpentine when collected lin a container.
A further object of the inventionis the provision of a bucket of this character, which is extremely sirnple in its construction, thoroughly reliable and etlicient in its purpose, strong, durable, and inexpensive to manufacture.
lVith these and other objects in view, the invention consists in the features of construction, combination and arrangement of parts, as will be hereinafter more fully described, illustrated in the lacconipanying drawing, showing the preferred embodiment of the invention, and pointed out in the claims hereunto appended.
` In the accompanying drawing Figure y'l is a side elevation of a. bucket ot the character stated, constructed in accordance with the invention.
Figure 2 is a vertical longitudinal sectional viewthrough the bucket. i
Figure 3 is a vertical transversesectional view through the bucket.
Figure 4 is a sectional view on the line d-fl of Figure 2, looking in the direction of the arrow.
' Figure 5 is a fragmentary rear elevation ot the bucket showing in detail the lip thereon. v
Similar reference characters indicate corresponding parts throughout the several views in the drawing.
Referring to the drawing in detail, A designates generally the body of the bucket, preferably made from galvanized` sheet metal, and B the handle or bail. The body A is substantially selnifoval in plan.
As stated the body A of the bucket is pref erably made from sheet metal, althoughthe saine inay be made from any other suitable material and is of the required size. The body A comprises a bottoni l and vertical wall sections l1 and l2, respectively. The wall sections ll and l2 are continuous and the said section l1 is straight andtlat, while the section l2 is rounded at its front and has its sides 13 slightly converging vtoward the section 1l. The meeting ends oi the sections ll and l2- are overlapped and seained at 13. to forni a lluid--tight joint. The bottoni l0 is joined with the sections ll and l2 through the medium of an inter-connected curled seam la to 'for-1n a fluid-tight joint therebetween.
The body A can be of any desired height. The wall section 1l is termed with 'an extension l at its top which rises a slight distance above the top of the section 1Q.. The lengthof the extension l5 is the saine as the width of the section ll. rlhe top of the section l2 is turned outwardly and downwardly to provide a reinforcing flange or bead 17, for the niouth edge 16 of such section, see Figures l, 2, and 3.' rlhe wall sections provide a rounded iront wall, a Vflat rear wall and a pair of side walls extending inwardly toward therear wall.
Mounted against the inner `lace of the ei:- tension l5 and positioned between the opposed parts of the inner tace of the section l2 is a blade 18, which constitutes a lip. The outer corners of the blade are bevelled as at 19 and the blade 18 is secured to the extension l5 by holdtast devices 20 which are passed through the blade and extension. The blade 18 projects a substantial distance above the extension l5 and is ot unitorni width throughout and of a, height greater than the height of the extension l5 and -further depends below the latter.
Riveted or otherwise fastened exteriorly to the body A below the mouth edge 16 are ears 2l having the upper portions thereof olf'- set and to which are swingingly connected a bail or handle 22, thesaine being preferably oit' substantially inverted ,ll-shape, although it may be of any other desirable shape and enables the bucket to be carried in the hands ot' a user for the transportation of suoli bucket from one point to another. The ears 2l are located kin proximity to `the Hat straightsection 1l of the body A, so that the (ill to penetrate the mass of turpentine and will direct and have fluidity thereolA within the body for the filling` of the latter.
It is thought that the construction and mode ot'V use of the bucket for dipping tur pentine will be clearly understood and there fore a more extended explanation has been omitted.
lVhat is claimed `is:
l. A turpentine dip bucket comprieingy a substantially Vsemi-oval shaped body open at its outer endand closed at ital lower end by a bottom member, .said body including a rounded front wall, a liat rear wall and a pair of side walls extending' inwardly to`- ward the rear wall, a lapped seam between said rear wall and `one ot said side walls, lapped seams between said walls and said bottom memben, an extension formed on the outer end oit the rear wall and projecting above the other of said walls, and a blade secured to said rear wall and projecting` above said extension and constituting,- a lip.
2. A turpentine dip bucket comprising,- a substantially semi-oval shaped body open at its outer end and closed at its lower end by a bottom member, said body including a rounded front wall, a flat rear wall anda pair of side walls extendinginwardly toward `the rear wall, a lapped seam between said rear wall and one ol said side walls, lapped seams between Said walls and said bottom member, `an extension formed on the outer end of the -rear wall and projecting above the other ot said walls, and a blade secured to said rear wall and projecting above said extension und conetitutingn a lip, said blade arranged between tbe said Sido walls. i
A turpentine dip bucket comprising a substantially semi-oval shaped body open at its outer end and closed at its lower end by a, bottom member, said body including; a rounded front wall, a liat rear wall and a pair of side walls ext-ending inwardly toward the rear wall, a lapped seam between. said rear wall and `one ol said side walls, lapped scams between said walls and said bottom member, an extension formed on the outer arranged between and depending below the top edges of `tho side walls, and `the mean@l ior Securing the blade to the rear wall arranged below the top edges oit the side walls.
el. A turpentine dip bucket comprising, a substantially semi-oval shaped body open at its outer end and having its inner end closed by a bottom member Secured therewith, said body iiufluding a rounded lfront wall, a llat rear wall and a pair olE side walls ezitendinn` inwardly toward the rear wall, eaid rear wall projecting abovetbe side and 'liront walls, a blade positioned against the inner :face of the rear wall, between the eide walls 'and extending abovel the top edge ot' the rear wall and ynfovidinn` a lip, and a bail connected to the side Walla.
5; il turpentine dip bucket comprising a substantially semi-oval shaped body open at ite outer end and having inner end cloecd by a bottom member secured therewith, said body including' a rounded :trout wall, a llat rear wall and a pair of side walls extending inwardly toward `the rear wall, said rear wall projectingl above the :side and iront walls, a blade positionedagainst the inner face of the rear wall, between the side wolle and extending' above the top edge ol the rear wall and providing a. lip, anda bail connected to the eide wallr,` in proximity to the rear wall.
G. il turpentine dip bucket f :omprieing a substantially semi-oval-shaped body open at its outer end and having` itsinner end cloned by a bottom member secured therewith, said body including` a rounded front wall, a liet rear wall and a pair of side walls extendin g` inwardly `trnvard the rear wall, ,eaid rear 'all projecting above the side and liront walls, a blade positioned agamist the inner 'face of" the rear wall and between the eide its outer end andhavingl its inner end closed i by a bottom member secured therewith, said body including; a rounded :front wall, a lint rear *all and a pair of side welle eatendint,`
inwardly toward the rear all, said rear wall projecting' above the eide and front walls, a blade positioned agzrinet the inner face ol:l the rear wall and between the sido walls and extending above the top odge ol' there-ar wall and yn'ovidinu a lip, menne for Securing,r the blade to the rear wall, pair olf ears secured to the eide walls; in prox imity to the rear walls, a bail connected to said ears,a means for securing the blade to the rear wall positioned below the eide walls, and said cars extending above the upper lill loo
ends of the Side weils and having the haii connected to the portions thereof positioned above the side Walls.
8. fi tni'pentine dip bucket Comprising :i :substantially eeini-ovnleheped bod-gT open svi: its ente? end and having its inner end closed by e bottoni nienibei secured theiewith, said body inehiding e rounded ifi-ont Wall7 a iat i zu: Wall and e pon of side Welle extending inwardly toward the reni Well, Said fear well pojeeting above the side and front Weile, e blade positioned against the inneil fece of the 'fear weil and between the side walls and extending above the top edge of the rear Weil and providing e lip, Ineens for securing the blade to 'the rear Wall, e pair of ears secured to the side walls in proximity to the rear Walls, a. bail connected to said ears, ziy means for securing the blade to the year wall positioned. below the side Walls, seid ears extendine above the upper ends of the Side Weils and having the bail connected 'to the poitions thereof positioned above the eide Wi HS, and said side and iear Walls hav.- ing the nppei ends thereof reinforced,
ln testimony whereof, I aihx my signature hereto.
EDVARD A. SMITH.
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|U.S. Classification||220/774, 220/DIG.130|
|Cooperative Classification||Y10S220/13, A45C13/26|