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Publication numberUS1953633 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 3, 1934
Filing dateFeb 24, 1932
Priority dateFeb 24, 1932
Publication numberUS 1953633 A, US 1953633A, US-A-1953633, US1953633 A, US1953633A
InventorsJuan Ramos
Original AssigneeJuan Ramos
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Glass water bottle
US 1953633 A
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April 3, 1934. J RAMOS 1,953,633

GLASS WATER BOTTLE Filed Feb. 24 1932 INVENTOR JUAN RAMOS BY 2 g ATTORNY Patented Apr. 3, 1934 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFMZE 3 Claims.

This invention relates to new and useful improvements in a glass water bottle adapted for 3-in-1 use, that is, to be used as a hot water bottle, an ice bottle, and an irrigation bottle.

The invention has for an object the construction of a 3-in-1 bottle which is characterized by being open at the top and bottom and provided with a cover for closing the top, a cap for closing the bottom, and a hose nozzle is engaged upon the bottom when the cap is removed.

Furthermore, chains are connected between the cover and the cap, and upon clamps on the bottles to prevent erosion of the parts.

Another one of the objects of this invention is the construction of the clamp used for holding the chain in a manner so as to be adapted to hold the cover or cap in place.

Particularly, it is intended to arrange the clamp With a latch capable of engaging flanges or edges on the cover or the cap, and a link connecting the clamp with the chain and simultaneously acting as a cam to hold the clamp open or closed.

The invention has for a still further object the construction of an article of the class described which is of simple durable construction, dependable in use and efficient in action and which can be manufactured and sold at a reasonable cost.

For further comprehension of the invention, and of the objects and advantages thereof, reference will be had to the following description and accompanying drawing, and to the appended claims in which the various novel features of the invention are more particularly set forth.

In the accompanying drawing forming a material part of this disclosure:-

Fig. l is a front elevational view of a water bottle constructed according to this invention.

Fig. 2 is a side elevational view thereof.

Fig. 3 is a side elevational view of a hose connection used in the device.

Fig. 4 is a fragmentary enlarged sectional view taken on the line 4-4 of Fig. 1.

Fig. 5 is a plan view of Fig. 4.

Fig. 6 is a sectional View taken on the line 66 of Fig. 5.

The 3-in-1 glass bottle, according to this invention, comprises glass material in the form of a bottle open at the top 11 and at the bottom 12. Two handles 10' are provided at the bottle 1 and one side 13 of the bottle is fiat so that it may scale 16 is formed across the length of the bottle so that the amount of fluid within the bottle may be measured. A nozzle 17 for receiving a hose, indicated by the dot and dash lines 18, is provided with a threaded end 19 which may engage within the bottom end 12 instead of the cap 15.

A clamp 20 and another similar clamp 21 are arranged respectively around the top and the bottom ends of the bottle. A chain 22 is connected with the clamp 20 and with a swivel element 23 mounted upon the top of the cover 14. Another chain 24 is attached upon the bottom clamp 21 and connects with a swivel element 25 upon the bottom of the cap 15. The details of the clamps 2G and 21 are shown in Figs. 4, 5 and 6 of the drawing.

Each of the clamps comprises a ring 26 having a bottom inturned portion 27 adapted to engage with a peripheral groove 28 formed in the bottle. A top ledge 29 on the ring 26 is adapted to engage against the roll edge 30 on the bottom of the cover 14 or the flange 30 upon the cap 15 so as to hold these elements locked in place on the bottle. The ring 26 is open at one side as clearly shown in Fig. 5 and a pair of flanges 31 are attached on the ends of the ring. A bolt 32 is extended through the flanges 31. A coaxial spring 33 is mounted upon the bolt 32 and normally tends to urge the flanges 31 towards each other into a position in which the clamp ring 26 engages against and holds the cover or cap against being turned off.

A link 34 in the form of a cam is engaged on the bolt 32 between the flanges 31. This link connects with the chains 22 or 24 as the case may be. One end of the link 34 is wide and when engaged between the flanges 31 serves to hold the flanges apart, while the other end is narrow and allows the flanges to move together. A spring 35 is permanently attached at one end 36 upon the link 34 and at the other end supports a peg 37 engaging through the link so as to prevent the link 34 from being turned around with the narrow or wide part upon the bolt 32. To turn the link around it is necessary first to manually pull the spring 35 so that the peg 37 is moved and allows the passage of the chain link 24.

The bottle may be used as a hot water bottle and in such an event the cap 15 and the cover 14 must be in place to hold the hot water therein. Similarly, it may be used as a cold water bottle. When used as an irrigation bottle the hose connection 17 is engaged in the bottom end 12. To cause the clamp to hold the cover, the cap or the hose connection 1'7 in place it is necessary that the link 34 be turned from the position shown in Fig. 5 so that the small end engaged on the bolt allows the spring 33 to close the ends of the ring 26 causing the flange 29 to engage against the cover, cap or hose connection and hold it in place. After the device is used for a time the threads become worn so as to permit the cover, the cap or the hose connection to easily work their way loose. The cam link can then be used to operate the clamp to prevent these parts from turning. K

While I have shown. and described the preferred 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 within the scope of the invention as defined in the appended claims.

Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new, and desire to secure by United States Letters Patent is:-

1. A glass water bottle, comprising material formed into a bottle and opened at the top and bottom ends, caps threadedly engaged on said ends for closing said bottle and having bulged edges, means associated with each endand each cap for holding the caps from unscrewing, each of said means comprising an arcuate clamping ring mounted on an end of said bottle and adapted to engage said bulged edge oi one cap and having its ends turned outwards, a bolt slidingly mounted in said outwardly turned ends, a. link on said bolt and between said outwardly turned ends and having a wide end and a narrow end, a chain connecting said link and said latter mentioned I cap, and a spring mounted on said bolt acting between said bolt and one end of the clamping ring for resiliently urging the clamp upon the bottle.

2. A glass water bottle, comprising material formed into a bottle and opened at the top and bottom ends, caps threadedly engaged on said ends for closing said bottle and having bulged edges, means associated with each end and each cap for holding the caps from unscrewing each of said means comprising an arcuate clamping ring mounted on an end of said bottle and adapted to engage said bulged edge of one cap and having its ends turned outwards, a bolt slidingly mounted in said outwardly turned ends, a link on said bolt and between said outwardly turned ends and having a wide end and a narrow end, a chain connecting said link and said latter mentioned cap, and means on said link for normally preventing the link from being reversed end for end on the bolt so as to hold one or the other ends of the'link between the outturned ends of the clamping ring.

3. A glass water bottle, comprising material formed into a bottle and opened at the top and bottom ends, caps threadedly engaged on said ends for closing said bottle and having bulged edges, means associated with each end and each cap for holding the caps from unscrewing, each of said means comprising an arcuate clamping ring mounted on an end of said bottle and adapt ed to engage said bulged edge of one cap and having its ends turned outwards, a bolt slidingly mounted in said outwardly turned ends, a link on said bolt and between said outwardly turned ends and having a wide end and a narrow end, a chain connecting said link and said latter mentioned cap, and means on said link for normally preventing the link from being reversed end for end on the bolt so as to hold one or the other end of the link between the outturned ends of the clamping ring, comprising a fiat spring attached on one end upon said link, and a pin mounted upon the other end of said flat spring and extending transversely through the opposite sides of said link. I

JUAN RAMOS.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification215/275, 215/306
International ClassificationB65D1/06
Cooperative ClassificationB65D1/06
European ClassificationB65D1/06