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Publication numberUS1783749 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateDec 2, 1930
Filing dateFeb 21, 1929
Priority dateFeb 21, 1929
Publication numberUS 1783749 A, US 1783749A, US-A-1783749, US1783749 A, US1783749A
InventorsRoehl Louis M
Original AssigneeRoehl Louis M
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Bag holder
US 1783749 A
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Dec. 2, 1930. ROEHL 1,783,749 Q BAG HOLDER Filed Feb. 21, 1929 in I. n,

Invenfon Patented Dec. 2,1930 7 o .umrgn asmm PATEN O Louis M. Ronni; or ITH AQA, NEW-YORK BAQHOLDER 7 Application filed February 21, 1929. ,-Se'ria1 No. 341,747.

This invention relates to certain new and useful improvements in'bag holders and while capable. of-usein various Connections, it primarily intended for use in farming occu- 7 5 'pations and is intended to hold the bag in I A further object of'theinvention is to provide'a bag holderof the above t'ype wherein :15 the spring support adjustable for accommodating bags f of Qdifl'erentJengthS so that 1 -whenfilled, the same will be loweredupon a" basesup ort; p 7

Another object of the invention is to. pro- ;20 vide a bag holder wherein the bag supporting arms for the bag mouth are adjustable to' bags of different diameters for holdingthe mouth thereof completelyopened and furv ther, to provide a bafile board located at the 2 rear side of the bag mouth and projecting above the bag to guide the entry of material into the bag. 7

With the above and other objects in view that will become apparent as the nature of the invention is better understood, the same consists in the novel form, combination and arrangement of parts hereinafter more fully described, shown in the accompanying'drawing and claimed.

In the drawing: 7 r r Figure l is a perspective view of the bag holder frame orstand with the bag and battle board removed;

Figure 2 is, a fragmentary rear perspective view of the" upper end of the bag holder or stand showing the spring support for the bag holding arms;

Figure '3 is a perspective view of the bag 5 holder with the bag and bafi'ile board inposition; I

Figure 4 1s a' perspective view of the verticallyosliding block on the bag holder stand that is spring supported and with which the, '59 bag holding arms are associated;

' Figure 5 is a perspective view of the hafile board; 7

Figure 6 is a side elevational view of the eye bolt to which the upper end of the suspension spring is attached and whichis adapted to be inserted in desired openingsin the bag holderstand; i

' Figure 7 is a side elevational view of the thumb screw for tightening and holding in adj usted position the bag holding arms"; and

[FigureBis a perspectiev view: of one of fthe bag holding arms.

The bagholder comprises a stand including a; verti'cal post 3 bentlat its lower end to e V provide a foot 3d to which isattachedan angle brace 3b'for supporting the post 3 in a vertical position as shown in Figure 1. Ablock 1 is vertically slidable upon the post 3 and is pro vided witha vertical rectangular opening 2 therein to receive the post.

suspended on the post 3 by the coil spring 4:,

the lower end o-f the coil spring being secured i ny the" opening side in the b'lockjoffset a upon the rear side of thei block as shown Fi ure-4, ,The eye-bolt 6 shown in Figure 6 hastheiupper. end of the coil spring l connected tothe eye-end thereof, and said eyebolt 6 is selectively positioned in openings 7 provided in the post 3 a cent its upper end, for varying the initial ipositionof the block different lengths. r r VA pair of ,bag supportingarms 8is adjustably carried by the block 1, the arms 8 7 being placedv in overlapping relation and in- 3 0 1 upon the post 3 forlthe support of bags of serted in the horizontal opening 12 extending through the block; 3 Each arm 8' is .angularly V bent at its'outeren d to provide a rightangular extension 9, and each angle b end of the arm '8 and terminalouterend of the arm I Y extension 9 is providedwith a hook 10 to grip thebag 11 for holding-the same in suspended and open position as shown in Figure? The" i I arms S are held in adjusted positions by the thumbscrew'13 shown in detail in Figure? threaded" throughthe drilled hole 14 in the block 1 toitheside-of the vertical openingj2 with the inner end of the thumb, screw 13 engaging: the overlapped ends of the arm's8 as willfat once be obvious from an inspection The blockfl is'lv of Figures 2 and 4. The open end of the bag 11 is placed around the bag holding arms 8 and the latter are separated for completely opening the mouth of the bag and at which time the hooks 10 upon the arms pierce the mouth end of the bag for securely holding the same in suspended position. The battle board 15 shown in detail in Figure 5 is provided for guiding the material into the bag, the lower edge of the battle board 15 being recessed as at 15a to rest upon the upper face of the block 1 and defining depending legs 15b disposed at opposite sides of the block, the latter having a forward ledge 16 against which the battle board 15 rests as shown in Figure 3. I i The eye-bolt 6 is set into the desired opening 7 so that the bag 11 when mounted upon the arms 8 will be suspended above the floor line. the spring 4 resiliently supporting the block 1, arms 8 and bag 11 carried thereby. The battle board 15 directs material into the bag 11 and prevents scattering of the ma terial during the act of filling the bag. As the bag becomes filled, the same lowers against the tension of the spring 4 and may finally rest upon the floor or other support upon which the holder is mounted.

Vhilethere is herein shown and described the preferred embodiment of the present invention, it is nevertheless to be understood that minor changes may be made therein without departing fromthe spirit and scope of the invention as claimed.

I claim 1. In a bag holder, a standard, ablock having an opening therein received on the standard and vertic'ally slidable thereon, a spring support for the block comprising a spring attached at its lower end to the block, a bolt attached to the upper end of the spring and the upper end of the standard having vertically spaced openings therein for selective reception of the bolt to accommodate the mounting of bags of different lengths, bag supporting arms slidable through the block, a screw threaded into the block engaging the arms to hold them in, adjusted position, the outer ends of the arms being angularly bent and spurs on the bent ends of the arms to engage and support a bag, and a bafiie board loosely mounted on the block and movable therewith. V

2, In a bag holder, a standard, a blockhaving an opening the-rein received on the stand ard and vertically slidable thereon, a spring support for the block comprising a spring attached at its lower end to the block, a bolt attached to the upper end of the spring and the upper end of the standard having vertically spaced openings therein for selective reception of the bolt to accommodate the mounting of bags of different lengths, bag supporting arms slidable, through the block, a screw threaded into the block engaging the arms to hold them in adjusted position, the outer ends of the arms being angularly bent and spurs on the bent ends of the arms to engage and supporta bag, a ledge on the forward edge of the block and a baffle board loosely mounted on the block inwardly of the ledge and movable therewith.

3. In a bag holder, :1 standard, a block having an opening therein received on the standard and vertically slidable thereon, a spring support for the block comprising a spring attached at its lower end to the block, a bolt attached to the upper end of the spring and the upper end of the standard having vertically spaced openings therein for selective reception of the bolt to accommodate the mounting of bags of dilferent lengths, bag supporting arms slidable through the block, a screw threaded into the block engaging the arms to hold them in adjusted position, the outer ends of the arms being angularly bent and spurs on the bent ends of the arms to engage and support a bag, a ledge on the forward edge of the block and a bafiie board loosely mounted on the block inwardly of the ledge and movable therewith, and the lower edge of the board being centrally notched to receive the block and have depending legs at opposite sides of the block, to hold the baffle board against lateral shifting movement.

In testimony whereof I affix my signature.

' LOUIS M. ROEHL.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification248/97, 248/125.3, 248/99
International ClassificationB65B67/12, B65B67/00
Cooperative ClassificationB65B67/1227
European ClassificationB65B67/12E2