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Publication numberUS1788958 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 13, 1931
Filing dateMay 26, 1928
Priority dateMay 26, 1928
Publication numberUS 1788958 A, US 1788958A, US-A-1788958, US1788958 A, US1788958A
InventorsPolk Ralph B
Original AssigneePolk Ralph B
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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Jan. 13, 1931. R. BTPOLK 1,738,953

' APPARATUS FOR PACKING MATERIALS Filed May 26, 1928 .1 Fy.1. j 12 40 I lwvawto'p flail vb Bfolh,

properly filled. Thereupon the can 11 is -inverted and slipped over c linder 10, as

rangement the stripping of the can llfrom the cylinder 10 does not requireitheexertion of any pressure upon the arranged material so that that material is inductcd-into' the can without distortion or disarrangement.

It has been found in practice that by the use of the described apparatus and a practice of the procedure outlined above an errceedingly attractive pack may beproduced ata' very much lower cost than has heretofore been possible and that the material is arranged in thecanmuch more orderly and attractively than vhas heretofore been at all possible. r

I claim as myinvention 'lr'A packaging device comprising a sup porting bracket, aswinging plate plvotally mounted at one edge 'on said bracket on a horizontal axis, stops arranged to limit the swing of said plate from a horizontal receiving position to an inverted discharge position, a receptacle, approximating in crosssection thecross secti'on ofthe mouth of an ultimatecontainer, mounted upon one face of said plate, a stem projectedthrough said plate and havinga length, greater than the depth'of'the receptacle, a piston carried by one end of said stem within the receptacle, means-yieldably supporting said stem and piston in various positions of adjustment.

2. A packaging device comprisinga supporting bracket, a swinging plate pivotally mounted at one edge on said-bracket on a horizontal axis, stops arranged to limit the swing of said plate from a {horizontal receiving position to an inverted dischargeposition, a receptacle, approximating in crosssection the cross-section of the mouth of an ultimate container, mounted upon one face 7 of said plate, a stem projected through said ing position to an inverted discharge position, a receptacle, approximating in crosssection the cross-section of the mouth of an ultimate container, mounted upon one face for limiting the play of thestem' throughtheplate; friction jmeans acting on the stem to hold it and the imposed load at Various positions of adjustment.

4. A packaging device comprising a supporting bracket,- a swinging plate pivotally mounted at, one edge onsaid bracket on a horizontal axis, stops arranged to limit the swing of said plate from'a horizontal receiv ing positionto an inverted discharge position, a receptacle, approximating in crosssection the cross-section of the mouth of an ultimate, container," mounted upon one face of said plate, a stem projected throughsaid plate and having a length greater than the depth of the receptacle, a piston carried by one end of said stem within the receptacle, means carried by the other-end of the stem for limiting the play of the stem through the plate; friction means actingon the stem to hold it and the imposed load at various positions of adj u'stm'ent,'and means connected withthe stem for engagingan ultimate container sleeved over the receptacle.

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand at Haines City, Florida, this 10th day of May, A, D. one thousand nine hundred and twenty-eight; m V 1 RALPH POLK.

plate and having a length greater than the depth of the receptacle, a ;piston carried iby one end of said stem within the receptacle,

means yieldably supporting said stem piston in various positions of ad ustment,

andmeans connected with the stem and'ly ing outside the receptacle for engaging an ultimate container telescopjedover the recep tacle by which said container may be stripped from the receptacle by pressure exerted on thestem. v V

, 3. A packing device 'comprising'a 'supporting bracket, a swinging plate pivotally mounted at oneedge on said bracket on a i Z horizontal" axis, stops arranged to limit the 5 swing ofsaid plate from a horizontal receiv;

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US2638256 *Sep 17, 1948May 12, 1953Hagen Otto BBottle filling device
US3054238 *Aug 3, 1959Sep 18, 1962Allied Plastics CompanyProduce basket filling device
US3952481 *Jan 9, 1975Apr 27, 1976Lawrence Peska Associates, Inc.Container loading device
US4833861 *Mar 31, 1988May 30, 1989Hale Everett DSliced bread stacking apparatus
US5651231 *Aug 26, 1994Jul 29, 1997Garland; Thomas A.Valving
US5765339 *May 12, 1997Jun 16, 1998Garland; Thomas A.Diaper pail
Classifications
U.S. Classification53/258, 53/392
International ClassificationB65B39/00
Cooperative ClassificationB65B39/00
European ClassificationB65B39/00