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Publication numberUS1664392 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 3, 1928
Filing dateSep 30, 1927
Priority dateMay 30, 1926
Publication numberUS 1664392 A, US 1664392A, US-A-1664392, US1664392 A, US1664392A
InventorsAlphons Baruch
Original AssigneeAlphons Baruch
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Integral receiver for suspending toilet-paper rolls
US 1664392 A
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April 3, 1928. I 1,664,392

\ A. BARUCH INTEGRAL RECEIVER FOR SUSPENDING TOILET PAPER ROLLS Filed Sept. 50, 1927 2 Shuts-Sheet 1 April 3, 1928. 1,664,392

A. BARUCH INTEGRAL RECEIVER FOR SUSPENDING TOILET PAPER ROLLS Filed Sept. 30, 1927 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 Patented Apr. 3, 1928.

UNITED STATES 1,664,392 PATENT OFFICE.

ALPHONS BLBUOE, 0] HAMBURG, GERMANY.

INTEGRAL RECEIVER FOB SUSPENDING TOILET-PAPER ROLLS.

Application filed September 30, 1827, Serial No. 223,081, and in Germany flay 30, 1926.

This invention relates to an im roved integral receiver of mouldable mater1al, that 1s, a material liable to get deformed durm the manufacture, such as porcelain, glass, g azed fireclay or the like, for suspending toilet paper rolls, and the novelt consists in so constructing said receiver t at its side, top and front walls are closed and form a hood with one wide opening at its lower end, instead of the bottom, through which the toilet-paper roll can be inserted from below, while a preferably inclined bearm face is provided at each inner side of said 00d and a removable paper roll supportin shaft 15 at its ends loosely mounted on sai inclined faces to permit of the aper roll thereon bearing always with a shght brakmg pressure against the front wall of the receiver or ti' the back wall which may be separate thererom.

The accompanying drawing illustrates by way of example various constructional forms of the subject matter of the invention.

Fig. 1 is a perspective view of the 1mproved receiver;

Figs. 2 and 3 are respectively a long1tu dinal vertical section and a cross-section through the receiver, showing the position of the toilet-paper roll with its loose supporting shaft therein;

Fi 4 and 5 are similar sections to that in Fig. 2, showing each a further modification of the receiver.

The improved integral receiver essentially comprises a back wall a, which may be separate therefrom, with suspension holes 6, c therein, a combined upper and front wall 03, 6 with wide lower open end, and the side walls The toilet-paper roll 1' is mounted on a loose supporting shaft 2', which, as shown in Figs. 2 and 4, may consist of a coiled pressure spring adapted to be inserted to ether with the paper roll thereon from elow through the wide lower open end of the receiver, at which the side walls preferably diverge in downward direction at their lower inside ends, whereby the coil sprin is somewhat compressed during its introduc tion until it comes in engagement with the integral bearing faces 70, Z on the inner side walls of the receiver and is then again extended. Thereby the coil spring with the paper roll thereon is prevented from being removed until the paper roll is nearly completely unwound, that is used up.

The bearing faces in, I may be inclined to the horizontal lane on their whole length towards the bac wall (Figs. 3 and 5) or the front wall (this being not illustrated) of the receiver whcreb the paper roll is caused to bear always wit a slight braking pressure against the back wall, or against the front wall as the case may be of the receiver.

The upper sides of the bearing faces k, Z may either be open (Fig. 2) or closed (Fig. 4).

What I claim is:

1. A receiver for suspending toilet paper rolls from a supporting shaft, comprising a hood of mouldable material having integral closed side, top and front walls and one wide opening at its lower end, and a bearing face at each inner side of said hood for a reception of the paper roll supporting shaft thereon.

2. A receiver as specified in claim 1, in which the side walls diverge in downward direction at their lower inside ends.

3. A receiver as specified in claim 1, in which said bearing faces'are inclined to the horizontal plane for causing the paper roll for the purpose of braking to bear against that wall of the receiver toward which said bearing faces are downwardly inclined.

4. A receiver as specified in claim 1, in which the upper sides of said bearing faces are closed.

5. A receiver for suspending toilet paper rolls, comprising a hood of mouldable material having integral closed side, top and front walls and one wide opening at its lower end, a bearing face at each inner side of said hood, a removable paper roll supporting shaft at its ends loosely mounted on said bearing faces, and means to prevent a removal of said shaft after its insertion in said hood with the paper roll thereon.

6. A receiver as specified in claim 5, in which the side walls diverge in downward direction at their lower inside ends.

7. A receiver as specified in claim 5, in which said bearing faces are inclined to the horizontal plane for causing the paper roll for the purpose of braking to bear against that wall of the receiver toward which said bearingfaces are downwardly inclined.

8. A receiver as specified in claim 5, in which the upper sides of said bearing faces are closed.

9. A receiver as specified in claim 5, in

which the-side walls diverge in downward tacting with the downwardly diverged side direction at their lower inside ends and in walls and again extended at its arrival upon which said supporting shaft consists of a .said bearing faces. 1 coiled pressure spring inserted with the In testimony whereof I have hereunto set I paper roll thereon from below throu h the my hand. v

wide opening at the lower end of sai hood while gradually compressed by its ends con- ALPHON S BARUCH.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification242/422.5, 242/599, 242/598.3, 242/598.6
International ClassificationA47K10/22, A47K10/00
Cooperative ClassificationA47K10/22
European ClassificationA47K10/22