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Publication numberUS2262628 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateNov 11, 1941
Filing dateDec 7, 1940
Priority dateDec 7, 1940
Publication numberUS 2262628 A, US 2262628A, US-A-2262628, US2262628 A, US2262628A
InventorsRonald M Wilson
Original AssigneeRonald M Wilson
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Liquid dispensing device
US 2262628 A
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Nov. 11, 1941. R. M` wlLsoN LIQUID DISPENSING DEVICE Filed Dec. 7, 1940 of the nozzle Patented Nov. 11, 1941 UNITED STATES PATENT 7 OFFICE LIQUID DIsIfENsING DEVICE 1 Ronald M. Wilson, Philadelphia, Pa.. Applieauon December '1, 1940,v serial No. 368,964

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'v its outlet end.v An' internal screw thread I8 is Myinvention relates to improvement in liquid dispensing nozzles of the type generally used for dispensing motor fuel. Nozzles of this character are provided with nozzle-suspending means adapted for suspending the nozzle upon a bracketl formedlon ya connection head which is secured on the upper end of a standard, or supply pipe, and to which head one end of a hose is attached, with the opposite end of the hose attached to a nozzle, whereby the nozzle may be readily suspended upon the bracket when not in use.

'Ihe object of my invention is to provide a nozzle with a strainer for straining the liquid as it is discharged from the nozzle, and provide novel means for mounting the strainer upon the nozzle.

A further object is to associate the strainer and the nozzle-suspending means in such a manner that the nozzle cannot be suspended upon the bracket unless the strainer is properly replaced upon the nozzle after it has been removed for cleaning purposes.

These together with various other novel features of construction and arrangement of the parts, which will be more fully hereinafter described and claimed, constitute my invention.

Referring to the accompanying drawing:

Fig. 1 is a longitudinal sectional view of my improved nozzle, showing devices in elevation and adapted for suspending the nozzle.

Fig. 2 is an enlarged sectional perspective view of the strainer and the sleeve upon which the strainer is secured, shown detached from the nozzle.

Fig. 3 is a perspective view of the smooth end after the sleeve and strainer have been removed.

Fig. 4 is a sectional perspective View showing a modified form of the nozzle-suspending means.

In the drawing in which like reference characters refer to like parts, Fig. 1 shows a dispensing device which includes a standard or supply pipe 6, secured in an erect position and connected with a source of liquid supply. A fitting in the form of a head I is connected with the pipe 6, a hose 8 is connected with the head, and a nozzle I is connected with the free end of the hose in the usual manner.

The head 1 is provided with a bracket I2 for suspending the free end of the nozzle upon the head 1, when the nozzle is not in use. Said bracket I2 is provided with a side opening I3, through which the flanged end of the nozzle I0 may be readily inserted and supported by lips I and I6, forming part of the bracket I2.

In carrying out my invention I employ a nozzle I0 having a smooth outer cylindrical surface at screen, or strainer, V2,2

formed in the nozzle, as shown in Fig. 3.

-A sleeve 20 is provided with an external screw thread 2I and is adapted to be engaged by the thread I8 of the nozzle. A cylindrical wire mesh occupies the bore of the,

sleeve y2I1`iand is secured to the sleeve by means of solder 23. l

The strainer 22 fits loosely into the outlet end of the nozzle I0 and extends into the latter a sufficient distance beyond the sleeve 20 to present a large filtering or straining surface. The

inner end of the strainer 22 is pinched together and secured by solder 24.

The sleeve 20 is provided with a flange 25, or other suitable protuberance, which extends beyond the periphery of the nozzle, and forms bracket engaging means, adapted for suspending the nozzle from the bracket I2, as shown in Fig. 1.

The sleeve 20 and the ange 25 are preferably made in one piece, as shown in Figs. 1 and 2. The sleeve and flange may be formed separately, as shown in Fig. 4, wherein the sleeve 28 is provided with an enlarged head 28, adaptedfor engaging a flange, or washer, 3U, and securing the same upon the end of the nozzle. washer, 30 projects beyond the diameter of the nozzle and forms the bracket engaging means by which the nozzle may be suspended upon the bracket I2, when the sleeve and strainer are secured upon thenozzle.

The novel means for mounting the strainer upon the nozzle insures the replacement of the strainer upon the nozzle after the strainer has been removed for cleaning the same. By combining the sleeve and strainer as a removable unit, and arranging the sleeve for controlling the position of the flange'25, or the flange 30,' relatively to the nozzle, the nozzle cannot be suspended upon the bracket I2 until the sleeve and strainer are properly attached to the nozzle.

Should the attendant neglect to attach the sleeve, carrying the strainer 22, to the nozzle it will be impossible for him to suspend the nozzle upon the bracket I2, due to the smooth surface of the nozzle at its discharge end.

My invention insures the nozzle always being provided with a fuel strainer properly installed in the nozzle.

Various changes in the construction and arrangement of the parts may be made without departing from my invention.

I claim:

1. In a liquid dispensing nozzle, a sleeve, means detachably mounting the sleeve upon the dis- The ange, or

the sleeve and strainer charge end ofthe nozzle, a strainer secured upon the sleeve, and nozzle supporting means retained. upon the nozzle by the sleeve and arranged to be detached from the nozzle by the removal of the sleeve from the nozzle.

2. In a liquid dispensing nozzle,` a sleeve, means detachably mounting `the sleeve upon the discharge end of the nozzle, a strainer mounted upon the sleeve and held in liquid strainingl position Within the nozzle bythe sleeve when the latter` is secured uponthe nozzle, and projecting means associated with the 4sleeve andy extending in a lateral direction beyond the nozzle by which the latter may be held in a suspended position when nozzle.

3. In a liquid dispensing nozzle, asl-eeve, means` detachably mounting the sleevey upon the "dis-1jA are mounted-,upon the charge end of the nozzle, -a strainer secured upon 1 I the sleeveand held in liquid straining position" l Within the nozzle bythe Slevglwhen vthe latter l is secured upon the nozzle, v.a ilangesecuredupon 1 the sleeve-and projecting beyond the diameter of tllienovzzle and adapted formounting the'nozzle in a suspended positionI A 1 e d i 4, In a liquid dispensing nozzle, a, sleeve, means detachablyrmounting rthe sleeve upon the disscharge end of the nozzle, a strainer positioned Within the nozzle and retained/therein by the et mounted in a fixed position, a nozzle, a sleeve,

means detachably securing the 'sleeve upon the outlet end of the nozzle, a strainer removably secured within the nozzle by the sleeve, and

"means associated with the sleeve and adapted y for engagement with said bracket for suspending l the nozzle upon the latter.

6. A liquid dispensing device including a fuel loutlet connection head, a hose connected with said head, a nozzle upon the opposite end of the hose relatively to said head, a nozzle suspending bracket-associated with said head, a sleeve, means detachably sectung thesleeve upon the outlet; end of the nozzlejaJ strainer occupying the noz-` zle and retained bysaid sleeve, and bracket eni -gaging means associated with the sleeve adaptedv for suspending the nozzle upon said bracket. e I

RONALD M. WILSON. Y

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US2923411 *Mar 14, 1956Feb 2, 1960Ford Motor CoFuel filter
US2936099 *Oct 15, 1957May 10, 1960Smith GlenFuel dispensing nozzle, spout and screen assembly
US3047195 *Apr 9, 1958Jul 31, 1962Eagle Mfg CoClosure cap and flexible pour spout for storage containers
US3279657 *Mar 15, 1965Oct 18, 1966Pogo Tool CorpPowdered insecticide or fertilizer distribution device
US5630529 *Jun 26, 1995May 20, 1997Chlupp; Christopher F.Piercing tap and method of use therefor
US6024229 *Feb 27, 1998Feb 15, 2000Ayers; William R.Reusable filter assembly
US6997702 *Oct 21, 2004Feb 14, 2006Arlo LinLighter
Classifications
U.S. Classification222/189.6, 222/530
International ClassificationB67D7/76
Cooperative ClassificationB67D7/76
European ClassificationB67D7/76