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Publication numberUS1836297 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateDec 15, 1931
Filing dateJun 19, 1930
Priority dateJun 19, 1930
Publication numberUS 1836297 A, US 1836297A, US-A-1836297, US1836297 A, US1836297A
InventorsVienna Frank
Original AssigneeVienna Frank
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Insert-container for garbage receptacles
US 1836297 A
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'Dec. 15, 1931. HIENNA 1,836,297-

INSERT CONTAINER FOR GARBAGE RECEPTACLES Filed June 19, 1930 Z z 4 I 111/" m d a 21 /v Inventor flahZ m nna Allorney Patented Dec. 15, 1931 FR5AN K VIENNA, Olli LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. INSERT-CONTAINER. FOR GARBAGE RECEPTAOLES Application filed June '19,

This invention has reference to garbage receptacles and more particularly to an improved insert-container for'insertion in and removal from the receptacle to facilitate col- 5 lection of the garbage. 7 a

An object of the invention is to provide an v insert container of the above mentioned character which embodies novel features of container are prevented from being expanded, by the contents thereof, into binding engagement with the surrounding Wall of the receptacle, thus facilitating the removal of the filled container without any tearing strain thereon. 'An additional object is to provide an insertcontainer having a disinfectant receiving cup or pocket on the inside thereof. With the above and other objects in view, the invention consists in the novel features of construction and arrangement of parts hereinafter more fully described, with reference to the accompanying drawings, wherein:

Figure 1' is a longitudinal cross sectional view of a garbage receptacle with the inven-' tion applied thereto, and I Figure 2 is a top plan View of an-insertcontainer. 1

In the drawings, a garbage receptacle of;

conventional "design is indicated at '1, and, as shown, is provided with the usual flange cover 2. Within the receptacle is adapted to be disposed a removable, flexible, insertcontainer formed of suitable waterproof ma terial such as oiled paper, and in which is deposited the garbage 'or other refuse.

The insert container is indicated at 3 and comprises a sack having its upper edge bent outwardly and downwardly to progide a supporting flange 4 which I engages "over the upper edge of the receptacle and supports the sack withinthe same. The sack is of a length to extend substantially to the bottom of the receptacle and at the portion 5 adjacent to the supporting flange 4, the sack is of such diameter the confining wall of the receptacle.

From the portion 5 downwardly, the sack is-of gradually decreasing diameter so that 1 the sides recede from the surrounding wall of the receptacle as the bottom 6' thereof is struction whereby the sides of the insert=con-' as to fit snugly against.

1930. Serial No. 462,329.

approached. By reason of the clearance space 7 thus provided between the adjacent wall of the receptacle and the sack, the sides of the latter will not be expanded or otherwise forced into binding contact with the 55. receptacle wall by the pressure of its contents, and the clearance between the sack and receptacle increases as the sack is lifted out of the same, due to the inclination of the side wall of the sack. Hence, the removal of the garbage contents from the receptacle is accomplished without any tearing strain on the sack." Aflixed to the inside of the sack, adjacent its upper end, is a rectangular piece 8 of the same materialas the sack which is glued or otherwise secured along its sides and bottom-margins to provide an open top pocket or cupfor receiving disinfectant.

'From -the foregoing it will be seen that the invention provides asimple and inexpensive insert container for garbage receptacles, novel featuresand practical advantages not found in other similar devices.

J Having thus described my invention, what I claim'as new is:

An insert "container for garbage receptacles comprising a sack of flexible waterproof material having a disinfectant receiv-' ing pocket on an inner wall thereof adjacent itsjupper end, said pocket being formed with L a small sheet of flexible waterproof material fastened at its side and bottom edges to the sack with its major portion pressed outward ly away from the wall of sack to which it is connected to form a pocket. A

In testimony whereof I affix my signature.

" g FRANK VIENNA.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification220/87.1, 220/495.6, 383/40
International ClassificationB65F1/06
Cooperative ClassificationB65F7/00, B65F1/06
European ClassificationB65F7/00, B65F1/06