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Publication numberUS2310627 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateFeb 9, 1943
Filing dateSep 24, 1940
Priority dateSep 24, 1940
Publication numberUS 2310627 A, US 2310627A, US-A-2310627, US2310627 A, US2310627A
InventorsMartin Greene
Original AssigneeConmar Prod Corp
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Padlocked slider for slide fasteners
US 2310627 A
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Feb. 9, 1943.

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PADLOCK-ED SLIDER'FOR SLIDE FASTENERS Filed Sepf. 24, 1940 Patented Feb.

more particularly to locked.

The primary obie erally improve A more particular receptacles 2,310,637 rapcxap sLmEn FOR SLIDE FASS Martin Greene, New York, N. Y., assignor to (Jonmar Products Corporation,

Jersey corporation of New Bayonne, N. 3., a

Application September 24, 1940, Serial No. 358,066 I 7 Claims. (Cl. 70-68) This invention relates to slide fasteneraand a slider adapted to be padct of my invention is to genusing slid fasteners.

object is to provide means adapted to receive a padlock for locking the retion is accompanied when the slide fastener is closed. Other "by a drawing in which:

embodying features of my invention;

Fig. 2 is a bottom Fig. 3 is a side embodying features Fig. 4 is a bottom Fig. 5 is a side fied form of the view of the same;

elevation of a modified slider of my invention; view of the same;

Fig. 6 is a bottom view of the same;

Fig. 7 is a section 7-7 of Fig. 6; and

taken in the plane of the line Fig. 8 is a perspective view showing one corner of a receptacle clos with the present inv Referring to the larly to Fig. flat extensive envelope bag. It

means of-a pull 26.

ed and ention. drawing, and more particulocked in accordance 8, the receptacle there shown is a thin,

bag sometimes referred to as an is provided at its upper edge with a slide fastener generally designated l2, said The receptacle includes a wall 26 extending transversely of the wall having the slide fastener #2. In the present case, the wall 26 is an end wall The slider 22 is provided with a slider extension 30, said extension projecting from the bottom of the slider at the slider is moved slon 30 projects th 7 as by the use of a heavy stiffening elevation of still another modiinvention;

25 and extension 30 are provided with openings adapted to receive the bow or shackle 32 of a padlock 34. It will 'be evident that the padlock prevents opening of the slide fastener, because the corner part 36 of the receptacle isdisposed between the slider and the padlock.

If desired, the comer part 36 may be reinforced, wire extending around the end of the receptacle, that is, along the edge 38, the corner 36, and the edge til, this stifiening wire being sewed into the structure of the bag in accordance with known or conventional practice.

(The construction of of attaching the slider vary. In Figs. 1 and 2, the slider comprises a top wall 42 and a bottom wall at which are identical, 46 and 48, and provided the slider and the method 52. However, the pull 56 is preferably secured in the horizontal or extended position shown, as by means of spot-welding, indicated at 58 in Fig. 2. The spot-welding insures that the extension 56 will pass through the window 28 (Fig. 8) when the slider is moved toclosed position.

In the form of the invention shown in Figs. 3 and 4, the top wall to isprovided with a lug 62 pivotally carrying a pull 64. The bottom wall 66 is a conventional bottom wall, and has no lug. A slider extension 68 is secured to the bottom wall 66 solely by means of spot-welding, indicated at 70.

In the form of the invention shown' in Figs. 5, 6 and '7, the top wall provided with 2. lug It pivotally carrying a pull 16. The bottom wall 18 is a special wall'having an integrally formed extension 80. This exten-' sion is downwardly bent or ofiset, as is indicated at 82, this being desirable in order to bring the same through the window 28 (Fig. 8) while leaving an adequate clearance for the material at the corner 36 of the receptacle.

Sliders are made in various ways. That shown in the present disclosure is generally like the slider disclosed in Ulrich Patent No. 2,078,745, issued April 27, 1937, the'walls of the slider each having an integrally formed indented or depressed neck portion 86 and 85 (Fig. 1), these being welded together in order to hold the halves of the slider in assembled relation. Equivalent To facilitate forming or indenting the neck portion 9%, the opening 96 in the extension is extension thereto may 72 is conventional, it being.

the welding ma- .and used to move the slider to open position.

It is believed that the construction and operation, as well as the advantages of my present invention, will be apparent from the foregoing detailed description thereof. It will also be apparent that while I have shown and described my invention in several preferred forms, changes and modifications may be made in the structures disclosed, without departing from the spirit of the invention as sought to be defined in the following claims.

I claim:

1. A padlockable slider for a slide fastener, said slider comprising top and bottom walls connected by a neck portion, a pull on the top wall, and a slider extension projecting from the neck end of the slider at the bottom wall, said pull and said extension having openings adapted to receive the shackle'of a padlock.

2. A padlockable slider for a said slider comprising flanged top walls connected by a neck portion,

slide fastener, and bottom alug on the top wall, a pull pivotally carried by the lug, and a slider extension projecting from the neck end of the slider at the bottom wall, said pull and said extension having aligned openings adapted to receive the shackle of a padlock.

3. A slider as defined in claim 1, in which the extension comprises a the bottom wall of the slider and projecting from the neck end of the slider, said strip of metal being disposed in a plane approximately parallel to the plane of the slider wall.

4. A slider as defined in claim 2, in which the bottom wall of the slider is similar to the top wall and is similarly provided with a 1115 and a pull, the bottom pull being welded to the bottom wall when in a position projecting from the neck end of the slider, whereby both the top pull and the welded bottom pull are disposed in approximately parallel planes when receiving the shackle of the padlock.

5. A slider as defined in claim 1, in I extension is formed integrally with the bottom wall of the slider, and is'disposed in a plane approximately parallel to the plane of the slider wall.

6. A slider as defined in claim 1, in which the extension is formed integrally with the bottom wall of the slider, the opening in said extension being a slot which extends from a point near the end of the extension to the neck of the slider.

7. A slider as defined in claim 1, in which the extension is offset downwardly from the slider, and is disposed in a plane approximately parallel to the plane of the slider wall.

MARTIN GREENE.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification70/68, 383/97, 24/415
International ClassificationA44B19/30, A44B19/24
Cooperative ClassificationA44B19/301
European ClassificationA44B19/30B