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Publication numberUS1752720 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 1, 1930
Filing dateJul 21, 1928
Priority dateJul 21, 1928
Publication numberUS 1752720 A, US 1752720A, US-A-1752720, US1752720 A, US1752720A
InventorsIsadore Bergelson
Original AssigneeMorris Rosen
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Sugar dispenser
US 1752720 A
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I. BERGELSON SUGAR DISPENSER April 1, 1930.

Filed July 21, 1928 INVENTORP- [Sada/"e fie gebozz/ A TTORNEY- Patented Apr. 1, 1930 I pmrao sTATEs mm amen-son, or PHILADELPHIA,

' 'ro MORRIS BOSEN, or rnrmnnnrnm, rnmvsnvanm" PATENT oFFIc-E PENNSYLVANIA, ASSIGNOR OE ONE-HAIR sue-AR DISPENSER Application filed July 21, 1928. Serial No. 294,368.

Myinvention relates to improvements in i dispensers and more particularly to that-type used for delivering sugar or similar granular substances and especially designed for table use.

It is an object of my invention to construct adispenser of this general type in which the container will keep the material or substance sanitary or free from foreign matter and the dispenser will deliver a specific quantity of ,such material for instance a teaspoonful" of sugar,' obviating the necessity of using a a neck of the container; Holding the housing -It is a further object of my invention to provide such a device that is simple in conspoon.

struction, easy to take apart, clean, and assemble, and one that can be conveniently operated to deliver the desired quantity of material with certainty. I 1

'It is a further object of my invention to so interfit and connect the dispenser device and container that the material will be confined within the container so as 'to' be prevented from entering the housing of the dispenser device or the space between it and that part ofthe container in which said-device is located. r v

Other objects of my invention will be readily apparent from the following detailed'description-of my invention taken in connection with the accompanyingdrawings in which:

"Figure 1. is a a side elevation, partly in section nshowing a dispenser constructed in accordance withimy 'inventiony a Fig. .l21is,a sectionalview showing the disv; 4 Like. numerals of "references indicate like; parts throughout the several views of: the- Mytnimproved': dispenser comprises a contain'erl lpreferably in the form 'of a glassjar,

1: and an attachment 2' for dispensing the material-from said containerand hereinafter'referredtozas; the dlspenser 1n contradistmc'tion of any desired shape but provided with a cylindrical vneck 3' having external threads and an internal flange or supporting shoulder 4, the lattr forming "a seat for thecylndrical housing 5 of the dispenser which fits in said neck and is closed at its lower end as shown in 'Fig. 5. A rubber seal may be em ployed between the housing'and supporting flangebr shoulder in the neck of the container, 7

but it is preferred to provide such a close fit that the contents will be prevented from entering the space between the dispenser and through central openings in said cover and bottom of the housing to connect the same together is a pin 7 having its ends reduced in diameter to enter saidopenings and upset or riveted on the parts it connects. Pivoted on this pin within the housing, are two spaced apart disks 8 and 9 connected by a 'dispensin-g chamber 10 preferably welded to saiddisks,

the latter being provided with holes on a line*with the chamber through which the -material passes toJand'from' "said chamber.

For operating the disks and chamber carried thereby the upper' disk 8fatone edge is provided with an'operating handlellimovable in a; cut-away portion 5 of the upper part of the housing and projecting through a slot 6 in the cover plate beyond which terminates in. ras n t 11. Th e l th pensing z'c-hamberfilledandlnedeliverlng po-- g g pqr e m 6 cover plate limitsthe handle to a, swing of ISO degrees representing the two extreme po-, I

sitions ofthe dispensinglchamber, one posi-fl c iqn' regi ter ng the} iliam er. wi h hev nl -v opening 12 inthe closed end of the housing a andithe other position registering the cham-- herewith the. outlet opening 13 in the cover plate, and asit is desired to automatically return the'chamber to its closedposition with one end to the housing, 'asby metalstrap' 15 welded thereto, and at "the other "end 1 to to the term dispenserapplied to the complete device. The body :Qf; the container may be metal strap 16' welded to" the" dispensing chamber and having'an 'extension' curved 4 i respect toithecovera spring letls-securedat jar.

around the pivot pin on which the disks are mounted for protecting the spring.

, The operation -of dispensing the contents of the container in predetermined quantities determined by the we of the chamber 10, will be readily understood from the fore oing descri tion of the construction of the 'spenser device, for parts being in the position shown in Fig. 1 the said chamber is filled by turning the container upside down, and then by moving the handle against the action of the. sprin so that both ends of the chamber are c ose by the disks the container may be turned upright and the handle further turned to bring the chamber in line with the discharge opening in the cover, as shown in Fig. 2 for pouring out the contents of said container. Thus it will be apparent that predetermined ualities of the container may be quickly an easily dispensed by simply turning said container from one position to anot er andsimultaneously manipulating the handle the spring acting to maintain the upper end of the dispensing chamber closed by the cover so that the contents of the container will be protected and retained in the container in any osition of the latter or until the handle of t e dispenser device is mani ulated in the manner herinbefore descri d for the purpose of dispensing a certain quantity of the material according to the size of the chamber. When the dis user is used for dispensing sugar, for whic it is especially ada ted, the chamber ma be of a'size to hol one-or two teaspoonfu of su er, and as will be obvious my invention may applied to an ordinary glass fruit jar having an internal shoulder 4, or in connection with a fruit jar without such a shoulder by having an outwardly extending flange 5"-on the housing 5, indicated indotted lines Fig. 5, whereby the cover or screw cap 6 willsecurely hold the housing carrying the other parts of the dlspensing device securely in the neck of the Other modifications or changes may be made within the spirit and scope of the appended claims.

I claim: dispenser device for containers com- PllSlllg a housing fitting within the neck of the container, said'housmg having a bottom with an inlet opening from the container through the same, a retaining cap fitting over the mouth of the container and having an outlet opening out of line with the aforesaid inlet openin in the bottom of the housing, a. in exten g between the cap and bottom 0 the housing at the center thereof, spaced apart disks rotatably mounted on the pin againstthe inner sides of the bottom and ca and having a dis enser chamber interpose between them an opening out of each disk, and means for rotating the disks.

2. Adispenser device for containers com prising a housing fitting within the neck of the container, said housing having a bottom with an inlet opening from the container through the same, a cap fitting on the container and having an outlet opening out of line with the aforesaid inlet opening in the bottom of the housing, a pin connecting the cap and bottom of the housing at the center thereof, spaced apart disks rotatably mounted on the pin a and cap and havin%a dispenser chamber inter osed between t em and opening out of eac disk, a spring for moving the disks and dispenser chamber to bring the latter in alignment with one of the aforesaid o enings, and a handle connected to-the upper isk and projecting be and the container for turning the disks an dispenser chamber against the action of the sprin 3. A dispensing evicefor containers comprising a two-part housing for the 0 en end of the container one part thereof eing a screw cap engaging the container and having ainst the inner side of the bottom.

a discharge opening therein and the other part having an opening out of line with the aforesaid opening, apin connecting the two parts of the housing at the center thereof, spaced apart disks located within the housing and rotatable on the pin, a cylindrical chamber forming the dispenser interposed between the dis-Ks at one side of the in, said chamber opening out through the dlsks, a handle extending from-one of the disks through a slot in the aforesaid screw cap for rotating the disks and dispensing chamber with respect to the openin in the housin and a spring connected to-t e chamber an to the housing for moving said chamber normally in alignment with one of the openings in the housing. V

4. A dispensing device for containers comprising a two-part housing for the 0 en end of the container one part thereof eing a screw cap engaging the container and having a discharge opening therein and the other part having an opening out of line with the aforesaid opening, a pin connecting the two parts of the housing at the center thereof,

spaced apart disks located within the housing and rotatable on the pin, a cylindrical chamber forming the dispenser interposed between the disks at one side of the pin, said chamber opening out through the disks, and a handle extending from one of the disks through a slot in the aforesaid screw cap for rotating the disks and dispensing chamber with respect'fto the opening in the housing;

to ether with a metal strap welded to one si e of the housing, a metal strap welded to the chamber and having an extension around the pin, and a helical spring connected at its ends to said straps for movin the dispensing chamber normally in line wit the opening in the bottom of the housing with the upper disk closing the openiiigpn the screw cap.

' IS ORE BERGELSON.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification222/339, 222/362
International ClassificationA47G19/00, A47G19/34
Cooperative ClassificationA47G19/34
European ClassificationA47G19/34