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Publication numberUS1851073 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMar 29, 1932
Filing dateFeb 18, 1930
Priority dateFeb 18, 1930
Publication numberUS 1851073 A, US 1851073A, US-A-1851073, US1851073 A, US1851073A
InventorsSamuel Wachsman
Original AssigneeSamuel Wachsman
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Liquid container
US 1851073 A
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Ma ch 29, 1932. s, WACHSMAN 1,851,073

noun) conuxuua Filed Feb. 18. 1930 INVENTO WITNQEiSES ,SamMeZ 77a: 75/7760? ZZ/dt BY m ATTORNEY made from a number of pieces secured propreason of the lai'gB JDp ng =10: -It i s,*:f 35E Patented Mar. 29, 1 932 7 V a I l g I UNITED STATES l i SAMUEL WncHsMAN, of v r LIQUID CO TA NE -r February 0 J r l-aiaee.

This invention relates to liquid containers, pa-ratively'f large opening 10, so'ffar asthe and particularly to an improved container neck 4 is concernedjbutthis marinate; adapted to dispense a disinfecting liquid in mally'cl'osed by'the bottom plate llo'f stop small quantities. r per 5, except 'fori'tlie discharge opeaing ie 5 Another object is to providean improved arranged inp1ate11-.- o eniag 12' is small 315' container adapted to dispense liquids, the mpar d to the liflm r f' heStOpp{so structure being such that the'liquid cannot 1 3 3 1 3" e lthelevel of th liquijdrfi flow from the container until disturbed by 1 asshown in F igure'jl, nly' every small an absorbing member inserted into the diS- ,q i 't 'n e q d nthe v 19 charge opening to permit the entrance of a. pe g' l' a d,inFigure1; 500- replacing quantity of air. r oa al ythere maybe an over-flow of liquid A further object, more specifically, is to yr a n h XP I OI f ii ilil 'pp 'f provide a container having a discharge openp f the con aine'1,fanc l when this is'i'th'e' ing near the bottom with the neck and stopper 0 h overflowm liquiddischarges in 15 formed to act not only as a stopper but as a e Stopper. Jsua1ly fh-i Q h g j discharge openingand an overflow. cup. eXCeBd'S e ,hnlng 13,-an d"consequently, this In the accompanying drawings, o wmay be us'edby the dentist or other Figure 1 is a sectional view through Figure 12 911: us ng" tl1edevice.- Ordinarily, the

2 through a liquid container disclosing an iquid lnfthecontainer'isremoved by absorp- 29 embodiment of the invention, the section be- 1 h o r when a person inserts'j a ing taken on the line 1-1 of Figure 2; small quantltyiofcotton t h ap rtur in Figure 2'is a front view of the container h t pp r. "If an apprec1able "quantity of Y shown in Figure 1; I llquid 1S absorbed, a small bubble of air will Fi 3 i a f m; i f th stopper be allowed toi enter and pass 'to -theupper shown in Figure 1. part of the containen'so that thereyvfll all: 05

Referring to the accompanying drawings Waysbe liquidin opening'12i The container by numerals, 1 indicates a base which is pref 5 1S Q l t0 f miller g Yi Q erably formed integral :withthe respective b may lee-readily removed or r'otated. Dur sides 2. The device may bemade triangula lngzofice hours in a dental oflice' the =par ts shaped or square, but is preferably arranged re left su-bstantially1as.shown in; Figure: :1; 5'9

. with the sides 2 tapering upwardly substant W d i 3 tin PPL ti ll 't i t 3, O f th id i r rotated-until opemng'12 comes .opposite the' 7' vided with a neck 4 preferably integral with flange or pr0 ection 9,2 This willrsubst an I the side extending normal to the wall 2 so as a ya e l e p ct ve p s so 'that-no to be at an angle to the horizontal; dust can enter andialso so that there @3 As shown on'the drawings, the device is praotlcally:no evaporation'of th'e' alcohqladr made from glass and in one piece, except for other 'l1qu:d, When ,it'is desired-to fill he the stopper 5, but if preferred, the device may 7 dptalner stopperjo is removedgand theiconbe made of other material, and also may be aln lffzmaybe quickly and=easilycfilledaby erly together so as to receive and retain the 6 111 6,under'stoodthatwhenfilli g-thereon:

liquid 6. The neck 4 extends outwardly a detainer the: opening 10 will, beat the highest t sired distance and is preferably provided point. i" After the container has? fbe entfi'lled A i' with an enlargement or head 7 against'which stopper .5 is replaced andthen rthepontainer the flange 8 of stopper 5 rests.- The bore of may be-positioned on a'supporfio'asillustrated Y the neck 4 extends through wall 2 into the in Figurelbi A ,c v container, except for the flange or extension Preferably the container is tobemanufac 9 projecting a short distance downwardly tured'inlthe shape offa pyramid because this} from the upper part of the neck but in line shape permits the container to receive",.a V l with one of the walls 2. This leaves a commaximum quantity of liquid and a minimum i330 quantity of air and at the same time function as described.

What I claim is 1. A liquid container, comprising a body having a discharge opening near the bottom, a neck surrounding said discharge opening and extending at an angle to the horizontal, a depending flange at the upper part of the discharge opening acting to partly close said opening, a rotatable hollow stopper positioned in said neck and formed with a discharge aperture in the bottom thereof, said aperture being located at one side of said bottom, so that when the stopper is inonev position liquid may flow into and through the aperture and when moved to the opposite position will be covered by said flange, so that no liquid can flow from said container, the upper part of said stopper acting as a dipping compartment when said aperture in said bottom is in alignment with said opening.

2. A liquid container, comprising a glass body having a base and side walls tapering to a point, one of said side walls having a discharge opening adjacent said base, a neck surrounding said discharge opening and extending at an angle to the bottom of said body, and a rotatable hollow stopper being open at one end and positioned in said neck, said stopper having a bottom plate at the opposite end formed with an aperture near one edge whereby part of the stopper will act as a dipping compartmentwhen said aperture is in alignment with said discharge opening.

3. A liquid container comprising a body having a discharge opening adjacent the bottom in one of the side walls thereof, a tubular neck extending from the wall having said opening, said neck surrounding said opening, said wall being formed with a flange partly closing said opening, said neck extending at an angle to the horizontal so that the outer end of the neck will be at a higher level than the inner end, and a hollow stopper rotatably mounted in said neck, said stopper being open at one end and at the opposite end having a bottom plate formed'with an aperture therein and appreciably smaller than said discharge opening and located near the periphery of said bottom plate, said stop per conforming to the shape of said neck whereby the part of the stopper adjacent said aperture acts as adipping compartment when the aperture in the stopper is in registry with said opening, said stopper being capable of rotation so that when the aperturein said bottom plate is moved to a point opposite said flange, said opening will be closed.

Signed at New York, in the county of New York and State of New York, this 13th day of February, A. D. 1930.

' SAMUEL WACHSMAN.

Referenced by
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US4722850 *Apr 24, 1986Feb 2, 1988Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Inc.Disposable containers having collapsible panel
US6488171Dec 31, 2001Dec 3, 2002Steven A. DiveleyContainer for viscous fluids
DE10000811A1 *Jan 12, 2000Jul 19, 2001Walter HolzerUpright fluid container, esp. for urine has base surface of size so that center of gravity remains within base when container axis deviates from the vertical
Classifications
U.S. Classification215/380
International ClassificationB65D1/00, B65D1/20
Cooperative ClassificationB65D1/20
European ClassificationB65D1/20