|Publication number||US1929154 A|
|Publication date||Oct 3, 1933|
|Filing date||Jul 29, 1931|
|Priority date||Jul 29, 1931|
|Publication number||US 1929154 A, US 1929154A, US-A-1929154, US1929154 A, US1929154A|
|Original Assignee||Rose Sundock|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (10), Classifications (11)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
Oct. 3, 1933. R, SUNDOC'K 1,929,154
POWDER SPRAY AND INJECTOR Filed July 29, 1931 Fig2 4 31 30 31 n96 17g; [79.10 I
IN VEN TOR Y [Pose sufldoc Mommy i C ao Patented '0 3, 1933- l i POWDER, SPRAY nemoron Bosesundock. Arrochar, stetlilslandi N- ma aw M 31 s N64! 553,763 1 This invention relates to new and useful. immovements in a. powder spray and injector. The inventionhas for an objectth'e' construction of a-powder spray and injectorintended particularly for spraying" an antiseptic," deodorizing powder into'ithe vagina. The spray and injector is to be particularlycharacterized by the ability of controlling the spraying streams. 1
.It is a still further object of this invention to construct a spray and injector which'has. a hollow head adapted to receive a:: cartridge of powder coaxially within a passage. for air ina manner so that when the air is passed along it will pass through the cartridge and cause spraye ing of the powder.
Furthermore, another one 6: the. objects of this invention is the inclusion of a spring dis posed over the discharge 'end of jthe' powder cartridge-for'the purpose of'breaking down. the" t y i "xzThe powder'cspr'ayand injector, according to powder into spray form. a i
- Another one of the object; fitl lis invention" is the construction and arrangement of mounting of the springin'its position for'breakingid'ow'n the and ofzthe object and advantagesthereof, refer once willfbe had to the following description iand to the appended claims in which'thevariousnovel featuresbfthe invention are more particularly setforth. I In the accompanying drawing forming a ma:- terialpart of this disclosurei Fig; 1 is a side elevational view spray and injector constructed according to this invention," U l V "Fig. 2'is 'a fragmentary 'view of a portion Fig. 1 showing the hea'dof the device in anopen position wherein the cartridge may be inserted. FigLBis a perspective view of the portio'nci the device illustrated in Fig. 2 but showingthe head open allowing for complete access to its Ln- 'Figg'4 is a sectional view taken" on theline 14 4 of Fi 3. I I H j Fig. 5 is a sectional view taken on the line .5'5 0I 'Fig.2.
1 Fig';6 is a ea s viewtaken on the line 6 6 or Fig. '3.
terminates .of a powder "device constructed accordingfto a modification offthis invention.
x Fig; 12 is a sectional view taken on the-line 12'12of-Fig.11;
Fig. 13 is-a'fragmentary .view similar to a por tionof Fig. 12 but showing a modified formfor holding the powde'r breaking spring i'n placel.
view taken on the line Fig. '7 is. a sectional view taken on the line Fig-'14 is a perspective View of the spring used this invention, compi'ises'i a' stemi-lu having Ia socket end-11" for connection with an air bulb 102 The Idetails of the air':-bulb are not'given since thebulbsare generally known; The socket ll isforhied withthreads 12 into which'the conhection'from the 5 air bulb i may be engaged.- At the other =:end,' it'he Tstem lO terminates in a 'conicaloportion" '13 which then connectsfwith a,
semi cylindrical portion 14." A peripheral'groove is for'medon' the tip Ioi' theconical portion 13 andc'onnects with-alongitudinal groove'16 upon a small cylindrical-portion 1'7 int'erposed between the conical portion 13 and the semi-cylindrical portion- 14. 'I'he air passagethrough the stem in an-openingj18inthe cylindrical portion 17. At the freee'nd, is completely cylindrical, indicated by. reference numeral 19. This complete cylindricalpor tion is only of very small witlthf Slid'ahly nmun'ted noon the cylindrical portion 19, the semi-cylindrical portion-14 of the cylindrical portion 17 is a casing 20. l Thiscasing' is of hollow construction and tapered 'of! at the front "21 into a point; An opening 22 is formediin'th'e front end. One side of the casingis formed. with-an openin 23 which is capable or aligning with'the' open side of the semi-cvl-ind'ricalv portion14. AtQtheIbase, the casing 204s formed with an inward depression 24 and terminates extension of the case." In the event that the case is completely e'x'tended'the depression 24 will act agalnstjthe bottom of the cylindrical portion 19 and prevent 'completeen5 gagement; When the casing '20 ismoved completely backuponits seat', the depression 24 is the semi-cylindrical portion '14.
I its closed position. It may be moved to an open I 16 and then into the peripheral groove 15. Upon turning of the parts relative to each other, the casing willbe latched in this condition.
The cylindrical portion 19 is formed with spaced peripheral grooves connected witha longitudinal groove 26. A, powder breaking spring 27 may be supported upon any of the peripheral grooves 25. This spring has .a portion 28- engageable through the slot 26 in a-ring portion 29 engageable in any of the grooves 25.
In Fig. 1 the casing member 20 is shown in position by rotating it to a position in which the open side 23 aligns with the openside of the semi-cylindrical member 14; This condition is, shown in Fig. 2. In this latter condition a car-l tridge of powder may be inserted therein. A detail of this cartridge is shown in Fig. 8 and comprises a cylindrical portion 30 and end caps 31.
end caps are removed when the cartridge is inserted in place within the device; After its insertion'through the opening in the condition of the parts shown in Fig. 2, the casing member 20 may be turned so that'the opening" is closed and.
me cartridgejis within. Squeezing ot the bulb will then cause the air to pass through the cartridge and operate the powder-from the aper-' ture 22. 1 The spring 2'7 causes breaking oi the powder so thatfit comes out ina fine spray.
In Figs. 11 and 12 a. modification of the invention has been disclosed in which the stem '10 connects with a barrel portion 32fhavi'ng a conical end 33 and'an open end 34. A head member 35 is threadedirengaBed .upon the free end 01' the.
hollow member 32. 'This head member has an opening 36 flirough which discharge takes place. I
A conical Spring is ,hmised within the conical portion 33 and acts against the bottom edge or the .SOte'ndin'g to eject the cartridge;
The cartridge isheld in place'by a spring'38.
The 'sprmg 38'has a hadportion 39 extended overthe end oi the cartridge '30 and theshank portion '40 engaged in a longitudinal slot within the cylindrical member 32. A projection 41 upon the stem portion 40 of thes'pring' is capable of engaging one ota series of semi-cylindrical reeeses 42 within the hollow member 32 so as to elect the murmur the spring relative to the r the inner conlcal'sides 43. of
. In Figs. Band 14,
end of the hollow member 82 or the head 35.
'Wbenthe spring 38- assumes diflerent positions,
. grooves 44 and a spring 38' with a ring base por- I tion 45 capable of engaging in one or another of the grooves .44. In other respects the construction is identical to the'one'just described.
While I have .shown and described the prei'erred "embodiment of my invention, it is to be understood that I do not limit myself to the precise construction herein disclosed and'the right is reserved to all changes and modifications coming claim as'new, anddesire to within the scope oi the invention as defined appended claims; r Having. thus described my invention, what I secure by United in the LettersPatent is:-- --1;In a powder'spray and injector, a for connection with a bulb, a semi-cylindrical-berrel I v 1,929,154 capable of passing through the elongated slot' upon said stem and having a base portion formed with a longitudinal groove and a peripheral groove, a complete cylindrical portion on the free end of said semi-cylindrical barrel, and a 'said'barrel and having an end extending inwards for enga ing over the end of a cartridge disposed within the barrel, and a spring within the barrel urging the cartridge against said powder breaking spring arms.
3. A powder spray and injector, comprising a stem for attachment to a bulb, a barrel attached onsaid stem andhaving'an open end, a head member threadedly engaged on the open end of said barrel and having a discharge opening, .a powder breaking spring adjustably mounted upon said barrel and having an end extending inwards for engagingover the end of a cartridge disposed within the barrel, and a spring within'the barrel urging the cartridge against said powder breaking spring arms, said 'powder breaking spring includes a longitudinal .portion engageable in a longitudinal groove formed in the inner side or the said barrel.
, 4. A powder spray andinjector, comprising a stem for attachment to a bulb, a barrel attached on said stem and having an open end, a head member threadedly engaged on the open end of said barrel and having a discharge opening, a powder breaking'spring. adjustably mounted upon said barrel and having an end extending inwards for engaging oyeri-th e-end of a cartridge disposed within thebarrel, and a spring within the barrel urging the cartridge against said powder breaking spring arms, said powder breaking spring includes a longitudinal portion engageable in a longitudinal groove formed in the inner side of the said barrel, and a projection upon said longitudinal portion being engageable in one of a plurality of recesses within said barrel to control the position of said spring. 7
5.v A powder spray and injector, comprising a stem for attachment to a bulb, a barrel attached on said stem and having an open end, a head member threadedly engaged on the open end of said barreland having a discharge openings powder breaking spring adjustably mounted upon said barrel and having an end extending inwards for engaging overthe end of a cartridge disposed within the barrel, and a spring within the barrel urging the cartridge against said powder breaking spring arms, said powder breaking spring including a circular porti'on engageable in one of a plurality of peripheral grooves formed in the inside of said barrel.
I 6. In a powder spray and injector, a stem for attachment to a bulb, a hollow barrelattached on said stem and having an open end and adapted for receivinga tubular cartridge of powder, and a powder breaking arm adjustably supported upon said hollow barrel and extended across the end opening. v
7. Ina powder spray and injector, a stem for attachment to a. bulb, a hollow barrel attached on said stem andhaving an open end and adapted for receiving a tubular cartridge of powder, a
powder breaking arm; and means 'tor'adjiistebly supporting said powder breaking 9.11:; within the hollow barrel andie'xtended across theend p nin 7 r 8. A powder spray and injector, comprising a 'stem for attachment to a'buib; a barrel for con-. taining a partridge andattached on seid stem holding the'cartridge" within 7 adjusted positions.
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|U.S. Classification||604/58, 604/64, 604/201, 604/275, 604/217|
|International Classification||A61M15/00, A61M13/00|
|Cooperative Classification||A61M15/0028, A61M13/00, A61M2210/1475|