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Publication numberUS1771429 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJul 29, 1930
Filing dateAug 22, 1927
Priority dateAug 22, 1927
Publication numberUS 1771429 A, US 1771429A, US-A-1771429, US1771429 A, US1771429A
InventorsStanley Wisbith
Original AssigneeStanley Wisbith
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Bag closure
US 1771429 A
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s. WiSBlTH BAG CLOSURE July 29, 1930.

Filed Aug. 22, 1927 Patented July 29, 1930 i i I 1111 111-1511: STATES PATENT OFFICE STANLEY WISBITH, F WAMPUM, PENNSYLVANIA BAG CLOSURE Application filed August 22, 1927. Serial No. 214,747.

The present invention relates to an imarrangement, the bag can be filled through proved cement bag and it has more particuthe open end. On the last named end we lar reference to a novel closure therefor, find apair of complemental flexible metallic As is well known, it is the present practice tracks which cooperate in forming a sepato tie one end of the bag, usually by wire. rable runway designated generally by the 55 lVhen filling the bags at the packing plant, reference character 5. Slidably mounted on this usually necessitates holding the open these is a wedge-shaped fastener 6 of some end of the bag and then bunching it and what conventional construction, the same beafterwards tyin the wire around the ing formed with a finger grip 7. As is ob 10 bunched portion. Then on the other end vious, when the bag is open, the fastener is 60 of the bag there is a valve in which the spout on the l f h n n O h r nway and when ofthe filling-machine is placed for filling the 1t is desired to close it, it is simply gripped Y bag. and shifted over to the right hand end as This method of filling cement bags utilizes shown in Figure 1. In addition to these deunnecessary time and labor at the packing tails, however, I provide a strap 8 which is as plant and is disadvantageous to the confastened at 6 n o 0 1 ide of the bag tractor who receives the filled bags, for it Mi Wh h i apted to be brought over the ne itate i in of th b f u tl shdable fastener 6 and fastened down as in when the wire cannot be moved inan expedlcated i ig r 2 and 3- In this Connecditious manner. The result is a noticeable tiOn I pr vide a patch 9, the same carrying a wastage of bags such as could other i headed stud 1O cooperating with a snap fasbe re-used if ro rly h dl d, tener 11 on the free end portion of the stra As a matter of fact, many bags which are Th he strap'ls simply brought over the thus roughly handled are practically use- Shdable fastener and then i pp down 25 less and are frequently torn into rags and e faSteTle1' t0 P -11 p nused a a n b k d i many mg thereof until the requlred time.

other ways. Obviously, a construction of this class is: Having observed these disadvantages and advantageous not n y in facilitating ll g apparent defects, I have conceived of a new p a but It serves to P 30 type of closure for a cement bag which overg .150 be fined in a more uniform manner comes the same. so that full measure is always had. It tends Briefly, Ipropose to' do away with th to cause the workmen to respect the bag to valve and to provide a novel type of closure h extent h i? is P y, many on the n d f th b hi h i f th times. The invention facilitates storage, in 35 slidable fastener type to thus facilitate the g a be Packed 111 a more filling, dumping, and handlin vement manner. These and other advan-' In th d i g 1+ tages and features of the invention have ob Figure 1 is a fragmentary perspective Q been made pp from the view of th b b d i th i d scrlptlon and drawings. Therefore, a more 40 f t i meang I lengthy description is thought unnecessary.

Figure 2 is a top plan viewof the same I showing the bag ready for storage or ship- AS a new Product of manufacture, a

page, terial container comprising, in combination,

Figure 3 is an end View of Figure 2 looka g Provided at its Open nd with a 5 ing at the right hand end. j sure including a sectional flexible runway In the drawings; the reference character embodying gi di i t c i g track 4 designates the cement bag or sack which members and a clip fastener slidable along is of the customary construct-ion. As before said track members, said clip being moved stated however, the valve (not shown) can 'in one direction along the runway for open- .50 be entirely eliminated if desired, for in this ing the bag and being moved in the opposite 10 direction to one end of the runway for closing the bag, and means on the bag at the last named end of said runway for covering and cooperating with the fastener clip to prevent accidental opening of the latter, said means comprising a strap fastened at one end on one side of the bag, said strap being provided at its free end with a snap fastener, and a tab on the opposite side of thebag provided with a headed stud to which said snap fastener is cooperable, said strap being intended to extend transversely across the end of the bag and over top of the clip.

In testimony whereof I aflix my signature.

' STANLEY WISBITI-I.

Referenced by
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US2695085 *Dec 7, 1953Nov 23, 1954Hartmann CompanyGarment carrying bag lock
US3965706 *Nov 25, 1974Jun 29, 1976Airway Industries Inc.Locking device for luggage
US4153090 *Jul 24, 1978May 8, 1979Rifkin Arnold SReusable transit container
US4494592 *May 3, 1983Jan 22, 1985Strayer Coin Bag Co. Inc.Mailing bag with address mounting pocket and tamper proof tie securing means attachable to card and slide zipper preventing surreptitious access thereinto
US5112138 *Jun 8, 1990May 12, 1992Paramount Packaging CorporationResealable reusable flexible plastic bag with loop handle
Classifications
U.S. Classification383/97, 383/66, 383/81, 24/390
International ClassificationA44B19/24, A44B19/30
Cooperative ClassificationA44B19/301
European ClassificationA44B19/30B