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Publication numberUS173194 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateFeb 8, 1876
Filing dateJan 4, 1876
Publication numberUS 173194 A, US 173194A, US-A-173194, US173194 A, US173194A
InventorsWilliam V. Wallace
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Improvement in atomizers
US 173194 A
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nected with an atomizer. i

UNITED STAT-Es PATET OFi'IC` L;

WILLIA'M V. WALLAGE, OF BOSTON-7 MASSAOHUSETTS, ASSIGNOR TO ALVAH LITTLEFIELD AND F. M. KEELER, OF SAME PLCE.

IMPRQVEMENT IN ATOMIZERS.

Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. 173,194, dated February 8, 1876; application file d I January 4, 1876.

To alt whom it may concern:

Be it knownv that I, WM. V. WALLAcE, of the city of Boston, 'county of Suii'olk and State of Massachusetts, have invented an Improvement on an Atomizer; and I do hereby declare that the following is a full and exact description.

The object of my invention is to improve the manner of'sus'tainin g the air-channber con- In an atomizer, convenience requires that the elastio bulb or air-chamber should be sustained by the Vcssel, as when connected by an elastic tube, when not in use, it is liable to get entangled with toilet articles, &c., as Well as requiring the use of both hands to manipulate it.

If' the bulb is connected only by one end being pressed into a metallic tube over the vessel, it often becomes disconnected, and the parts, in consequence, injured or broken; and when the bulb'is sustained rigidly by arms connected at each of its ends, and is com; pressed in using, its movement is only lateral, instead of longitudinal and slightly lateral, which is its 'natural movement; and in conseqnence of this unnatural lnovement itis strained, soon splits, and becomes useless. An otherwise excellent atomizer, made in this manner, has been abandoned from the said result.

By attaching the elastic bulb, as ,shown in the annexed drawing, these several objections are overcome.

To this end my invention consists in the constructionand arrangement of parts which I now proceed to describe, and point out in my claims.

posite direction, and passing through the pro-- jection H, which I cause to be molded on the base of airchamber e, thus producing an elasi tic support. The opposite nozzle of air-cham;

ber e is pressed over the metallic nozzle in the usual manner'. By this form of construction the air-Chamber eis maintained over the liquidvessel in a simple, practical, and durable manner, admitting thelatomizer to be safely and easily manipulated with one hand, and when the elastic bulb e is 'compressed the spring G allows a longitudinal and lateral displace ment of the air-chamber e, which, being its natural movement, causes no injury to the Same. i

What I claim as my invention, and desirc to secure by Letters Patent, is

1. In an atomizer, in which the air-chamber is supported over the liquid-receptacle, the spring G, adapted to constitute an elastic support for one end of the air-chamber, thel opposite end of said chamber being supported by the tube a, substautially as described, for the purpose specified.

2. The spring Gr, supported by the .tube a,

in combination with the elastic air-chamber c,

having the elastic projection H, all arranged and Operating substantially as described.

WILLIAM v. WLLAGE.

Witnesses GEO. CUT'rs, O. F. BROWN.

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Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationB05B11/06