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Publication numberUS2413438 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateDec 31, 1946
Filing dateDec 18, 1944
Priority dateDec 18, 1944
Publication numberUS 2413438 A, US 2413438A, US-A-2413438, US2413438 A, US2413438A
InventorsDoose Gabriel H W
Original AssigneeDoose Gabriel H W
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Reversible nozzle for shipping containers
US 2413438 A
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Dec. 31, 1946.

G. H. W. DOOSE REVERSIBLE NOZZLE FOR SHIPPING CONTAINERS Filed Dec. 18, 1944 l I I I [H Inventor 'aZrZeZ/f H4 Z0086.

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REVERSIBLE NOZZLE FOR SHIPPING CONTAINERS Y I Gabriel H. W. Doose, New Orleans, La.

' Application December 18, 1944, Serial No. 568,698

3 Claims. (Cl. 222-539) This invention relates 'to a container for shipping and dispensing oil and other liquids, and has more particular reference to improvements in containers of the kind having a reversible nozzle so mounted on the body of the container. that 5 8 of a size to screw onto the neck- 6 and a larger it will be within the body for shipping purposes end portion ill of a size to have the cap 8 threaded and may be reversed to extended position for distherein. The portions 8 and [0 of the adapter pensing purposes. are connected by an offset l I which forms an in- The primary object of the present invention ternal annular shoulder on which is seated a reis to provide a container of the above kind in- 10 movable closure disc l2. The disc l2 has its marcluding a body having a threaded neck, a nozzle, gin clamped between the shoulder formed by the and improved means for reversibly mounting the oflset II and the margin of the flat circular nozzle on the neck and for closing the nozzle when v wall of the cap 8, and it acts to close the adjacent the latter is disposed within the body for shipping larger end of the nozzle or spout I when the latpurposes. l5 ter is disposed to extend into the body 5, as shown Another object of the invention isto provide in Figures 1 and 2, with the cap 8 threaded onto a container of the above kind having a nozzle the neck 6. By threading the cap 8 oil of the which is slanted to facilitat accurate dispensing neck 6, the nozzle 1 may be withdrawn from the of the contents at the desired point, and provided container 5, and when the'nozzle and parts carwith an air inlet near its base and at the side ried thereby are inverted, the smaller portion 9 which is uppermost when dispensing the contents of the adapter may be threaded onto the neck of the body, so as tofacilitate entrance of air 6 so as to position the nozzle 1 in an extended into the body and the nozzle and thereby facilitate position outside of the body for dispensing purflow of the contents from the body. poses. When this is done, the larger end of the The exact nature of the present invention will no le ay be pe y removing the closure be clearly apparent from the following descripdisc I2. In order to permit re-use of the closure tion when considered in connection with the acdisc l2, it must be removed when the nozzle is companying drawing, and the invention consists inverted to the position of Figure 3, and the cap in the novel form, combination and arrangement 8 is removable from the adapter portion 18 for of parts hereinafter more fully described, shown this purpose. in the drawing and claimed. -It will be apparent that when the body 5 is In the drawing, wherein like reference 'charsubstantially horizontally positioned, the nozzle acters indicate corresponding parts throughout I will slant downwardly to the point at which the the several views: contents are being dispensed, and will not be in Figure l is aview, partly in elevation and partly the line of vision, thus permitting accurate disbroken away and in section, of a shipping and dispensing container embodying the present invention, the spout or nozzle being. positioned within the body of the container for shipping.

Figure 2 is a fragmentary view of the upper portion of the container shown in Figure 1, substantially in central vertical section.

Figure 3 is a view similar to Figure 2 with the nozzle reversed so as to be in extended position for dispensing purposes.

Referring in detai1 to the drawing, the present container comprises a suitable body 5 having a the neck 6 of the body 5. The cap 8 is arranged so that its threaded rim or skirt surrounds the adjacent end of the spout or nozzle 1, and the nozzle or spout is disposed at an angle or slanted relative to the axis of the cap 8.

The invention further includes a tubular adapter having a smaller threaded end portion charge of the contents at the point desired. The nozzle I is provided at its larger or base end with an air inlet opening I3 that is located in the side of the nozzle which is uppermost during the dispensing operation. This opening facilitates entry of air into the nozzle at its inner end and into the upper portion of the body 5 so as to facilitate the flow of the contents from said body 5 and through said nozzle I. The length of the nozzle 1 and the degree of slant given to the same are only restricted by the depth of the body and the diameter thereof, respectively.

From the foregoing description, it is believed that the construction and operation, as well as the advantages of the present invention, will be readily understood and appreciated by those skilled in the art. It will be apparent that the device may be conveniently and economically manufactured and assembled and is convenient to use and highly efficient in use.

What I claim is:

l. A shipping and dispensing container comprising a body having a projecting threaded neck, a tapered nozzle, a, threaded cap having a central opening and removably threaded onto said neck with the nozzle projecting into the body,

' said nozzle having its larger end rigidly attached to the cap in communication with said opening and arranged so that the skirt portion of the cap surrounds the larger end portion of the nozzle, a tubular adapter having a threaded smaller opening 0! the cap and the larger end or the nozzle, the adapter being removable from the cap to permit removal of the closure disc, the nozzle being positionable in an extended position outside the body when the cap is threaded into the larger threaded end portion of the adapter and the smaller end portion of the adapter is threaded onto the neck.

2. The construction defined in claim 1, wherein the nozzle is slanted relative to the cap and extends adjacent a side and near the bottom of the body.

3. The construction defined in claim 1, wherein the nozzle is slanted relative to the cap and extends adjacent a side and near the bottom of the body. and wherein the nozzle is provided at its larger end and adj acent the cap with a transverse air inlet opening through the side thereof which is disposed uppermost when the container is used for dispensing purposes.

GABRIEL H. W. DOOSE.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification222/539, 222/568
International ClassificationB65D47/06
Cooperative ClassificationB65D47/061
European ClassificationB65D47/06A