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Publication numberUS1935973 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateNov 21, 1933
Filing dateJun 10, 1929
Priority dateMar 18, 1929
Publication numberUS 1935973 A, US 1935973A, US-A-1935973, US1935973 A, US1935973A
InventorsAltmann Max
Original AssigneeAltmann Max
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Hand apparatus for mouth or dental treatment
US 1935973 A
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Nov. 21, 1933. M, ALTMANN 1,935,973

HAND APPARATUS FOR MOUTH OR DENTAL TREATMENT Filed June 10, 1929 2 Sheets-Sheet l Jnvenfar:

Nov. 21, 1933. M, M N 1,935,973

HAND APPARATUS FOR MOUTH 0R DENTAL TREATMENT Filed June 10, 1929 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 9 WWW Patented Nov. 21, 1933 g r HAND APPARATUS FOR MOUTH R DENTAL TREATMENT Max Altmann, Berlin, Germany Application June 10, 1929, Serial No. 369,642, and in Germany March 18, 1929 3 Claims. (Cl. 299-95) This invention relates to hand apparatus, more Figs. 3 and 4 are cross-sections through arparticularly for medicinal and dental purposes, rangements (the head parts being omitted), in

in which a container for a treatment liquid is which the screw inserted in the passage can be combined both with an atomizing nozzle and with adjusted from the outside to act both as a throt- 5 a holder for a small bulb containing a pressure tling and as a dosing device; 60 medium (carbonic acid gas, oxygen or the like), In Fig. 1 the sparklet bulb d contains the presa so-called sparklet bulb, in such a manner sure medium. The sparklet bulb is mounted as to constitute a single apparatus capable of within a casing e which is screwed onto the head being held in the hand and conveniently applied g of the appartus. At first, as shown in Fig. 2,

by any person for private use. the sparklet bulb is closed by the seal 1. A65

In known devices of this kind the whole quanpiercer h is provided within the head g, said tity of pressure medium, immediately after the piercer being adapted to penetrate into the seal sparklet bulb had been pierced, had been forced of the bulb d. The piercer h is provided with into the liquid container and, when opening the bores which inside of the head g of the appaoutlet had escaped very rapidly and completely ratus merge into the pasage a leading to the 70 through the nozzle, thus producing an effect liquid container i. which had lasted only fora few seconds. In con- At the n of h pa a. wh re it enters tradistinction to this, the present invention is the liquid con a 1111B Screw h is inserted, the characterized in that throttling means are interthreaded pa O which has a longitudinal o ve posed in the passage leading from the sparklet 0, through which the gas must flow in order to 75 bulb to the liquid container. The characteristic reach t e l quid container 2'. feature of the invention thus consists therein, Pressure d u a qu p through e that the relatively small quantity of the pressure siphon tube and its head is through an outlet medium contained in the bulb is consumed in an Valve I which is Operated in known manner y 5 economical manner to last over an extended pethe trigger lever e m x u e pa ses thence 80 rigd At the same time the contents may be through the passageninto the atorniz-ing 1102218 0.

I ithd in d finite doses, In Figs. 3 and 4, which for the rest correspond These are various possible ways of carrying out to the Screw b pl'bvided with the groove 0 the idea underlying the invention. According is capable of being adjusted r the u d y to one such way of carrying the invention into u t b a 7 85 effect the passage leading from the sparklet bulb In 3 the ment iS Such that the is capable of being closed, where it enters the c w b is p vided With an extension in the liquid container, by a screw, the threaded part form of the rod 7 Which passes through a a d of which is provided with a groove, such that in the bottom of the Container- The P can the flow of gas must force its way through the be turned y the lever q in Such am e at th so groove before passing into the co t i A screw b will be inserted to a greater or less excording to how far the screw is inserted the tent into the p e, o that, according to the dim t tr l along greater r depth to which the groove extends into the head pressure me less length of the groove, so that by adjusting 0f the pp the P ure medium will be 40 the screw the desired degree of throttling can mOTe 165$ thlot'tled when entire s 95 be varied sectional area of the groove is covered by the If the arrangement be such that the closing outer threaded portion, the admission f pr sscrew can be adjusted from the outside, measured Sure medium Will be entirely t Off. quantities of the pressure medium may be with- The same effect is obtained with the arrangedrawn while the apparatus is in use, and the m nt shown in Fig the only difierence being we supply of pressure di may b interrupted that the rod 3') leads to a bevel wheel T which h th screw i displaced t h an t t meshes with a second bevel wheel 9. The shaft that the groove is closed. of this second bevel wheel also passes through The invention is illustrated in the accompanya gland, but in the side wall of the liquid coning drawings, various constructional forms bea e i W e e it can be turned y the eve it in 165 ing shown diagrammatically. such a manner that the turning motion is trans- Fig. 1 represents a cross-section through an mitted over the bevel wheels to the screw bin the arrangement, in which the screw inserted into above sense.

the passage acts as a throttling device. I claim: I Fig. 2 shows a detail. 1. An atomizing apparatus for mouth and denill! tal purposes, comprising in combination a receptacle of such a size as to be adapted to be held in a hand; another receptacle smaller than the first-mentioned receptacle and adapted to hold a fluid under pressure; an attachable and detachable head on said first-mentioned receptacle and so designed'as to allow of connecting the two receptacles with one another and having two passages, of which one is adapted to establish a communication between the interior of said two receptacles; an atomizing nozzle also projecting forth from said head and being connected with the interior of the first-mentioned receptacle by the other passage of the said head; an outletvalve in this other passage; a screw inserted into the first-mentioned communication where this latter terminates into the said first-mentioned receptacleand having in its threaded portion a longitudinal groove for throttling the flow of the fluid under pressure according to the position of said screw, this latter being independent of said outlet-valve.

2. An atomizing' apparatus for mouth and dental purposes, comprising in combination a receptacle of such size as to be adapted to be held in a hand; another receptacle smaller than the first-mentioned receptacle and adapted to hold a fluid under pressure; an attachable and detachable head on said first-mentioned receptacle and so designed'as to allow of connecting the two receptacles with one another and having two passages, of which one is adapted to estaban outlet-valve in this other passage; a threaded member inserted into the first-mentioned passage and having a longitudinal groove for throttling the flow of the fiuid under pressure according to the position of the threaded member, this latter being independent of said outlet-valve and means for turning said threaded member from the outside of the first-mentioned receptacle. I

3. An atomizer for dental and medical uses comprising a sealed receptacle containing a medium under high pressure, a liquid container and an atomizing nozzle, means for securing the receptacle in fluid-tight relationship to' the liquid container, means for unsealing the said receptacle and for providing a passage connecting the interior thereof with the interior of the liquid container, means arranged in said passage and partly obstructing the same and having means whereby the degree of said obstruction may be set to a proper value to cause the pressure medium to-escape from the receptacle 'at any desired, pre set, suitably low rate of'fiow, va tube extending from the interior of the'container to the nozzle and a manually controllable valve arranged in said tube.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification141/19, 239/303, 239/DIG.110, 222/400.7, 128/200.23, 239/372, 222/399
International ClassificationA61C17/00
Cooperative ClassificationA61C17/00, Y10S239/11
European ClassificationA61C17/00