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Publication numberUS2732187 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 24, 1956
Filing dateAug 27, 1952
Publication numberUS 2732187 A, US 2732187A, US-A-2732187, US2732187 A, US2732187A
InventorsRoberto Benedetto
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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Jan. 24, 1956 R. BENEDETTO MANUAL BEATER Filed Aug. 27, 1952 United States Patent O MANUAL BEATER Roberto Benedetto, Buenos Aires, Argentina Application August 27, 1952, Serial No. 306,583

8 Claims. (Cl. 259-144) This invention refers to an arrangement based on a mechanical combination of elements, interconnected one to each other, which can be disassembled, forming an appliance fit for the making of manual batter from a combination of any kind of suitable food products, such as, among others, mayonnaise dressings, or of other products m which one of the components is oil, which arrangement is adapted also for the process of beating the components integrating mixtures for creams in general, such as, among others, chantilly, in which one of the components 1s represented by sugar, without excluding therefrom pharmaceutical preparations, or products of small industries.

The arrangement to which this invention refers includes an extended hollow member which contains one of the components of the combination to be prepared, be it either oil, other liquids, or `substances in pulverulent state, and an adjustable adapter interchangeably attached on the entrance of said hollow extended member, the hollow member together with said adapter forming the beater. The adapter has a zone on its extremity containing a passage for the gradual discharge of the contents of the hollow extended member, be this of viscous, liquid or pulverulent nature, all this according to the kind of combination to be elaborated.

The arrangement to which this case refers provides a technical solution which permits the performance with increased eiiiciency of the process of manually beating of components into a mixture, and in this arrangement of a manual beater the component parts of the beater are attachably and exchangeably arranged to each other, so as to allow their easy cleaning after completion of the beating process. Such an arrangement has not been contemplated till now by other known systems for manual beating puroses.

p The novel features which are considered as characteristie for the invention are set forth in particular in the appended claims. The invention itself, however, both as to its construction and its method of operation, together With additional objects and advantages thereof, will be bestrunderstood from the following description of specific embodiments when read in connection with the accompanying drawings, in which:

Figure l is a lateral view, partly in cross section, of the manual beating device in its entirety;

Figure 2 is a front view of the device in accordance with the present invention illustrating further details of its construction;

Figure 3 is an elevational view partly in cross section of.an adapter for the beater as provided in another preferred embodiment of the invention;

Figure 4 is a top plan view of the adapter illustrated in Fig. 3. K

In these drawings the same numbers and characters of reference indicate equal or corresponding parts.

According with what is illustrated in the drawings an nexed hereto, and referring in particular to Figs. l and 2, it can be seen that the device is formed by a hollow ex- ICC tended member a, which forms a recipient with its cavity 1, which contains one of the components which form the combination to be beaten, be it oil, another liquid and/or substances in pulverulent state, whose hollow member a forms also the handle for the operating of the complete device described herein which is formed by said hollow member and an adapter b.

The adapter b presents the form of a cupola with a zone furnished with an external screw thread 2, for lcombining it removably by screw connections 3 with one end zone of the same extended member a, in which zone is located the opening for the gradual loading and unloading of the content of cavity 1, during operation of the beater.

The adapter b is provided with a tubular member 4 (Figs. l and 2) which constitutes a passage to conduct the contents of cavity 1 of the extended member 2 towards Y the corresponding discharge opening constituted by the orifices 5, these orifices being located diametrically opposite to each other within the tubular member 4. On the free end of the tubular member 4, that is the end on which it is not connected with the extended hollow member a,

1 there are positioned the slot 6 which fixedly connects with the little helm 7, thus constituting a mounting which carries a beating member formed by a filiform metallic element which presents a bifurcate conformation in two lateral branches S, which start from the corners elbowed *in a transversal branch 9, and in the center whereof is included a complementary section 10, as shown in Figs. l and 2, similarly shaped as both lateral sections 8. These prongs 8 and 10 are convexly curved and the degree of curvature of prong 10 might differ from the curving of v prongs 8. Such an arrangement in which prong 10 lies in a curved plane different from the one defined by prongs 8 facilitates the etcient process of manually beating various components into a mixture.

In the embodiment of the beater shown in Figs. 3 and 4, the adapter b is provided with a hollow body 11, the cavity 12 of which constitutes a container for the substances in pulverulent state, such as, for instance, granulated sugar, which is discharged through the perforated surface having various orifices 13, located on the head of f exterior convex conformation 14 of the mentioned hollow body 11.

From the center of said head 14 of the adapter b, extends a longitudinal connecting member 15, on the free end of which is xed a beating member composed of two hoops 16, of elliptoidal shape, inserted mutually between themselves, and oriented normally one in respect to the other, forming between both a little roller suitable for the beating of the components of the mixtures such as creams, among others, chantilly, one of which t j. compensates is granulated sugar which is discharged through the perforated surface of the head 14 of the hollow body 11 forming part of the adapter b and which substance, like granulated sugar, is contained in the extended member a, to which is removably attached the 1 above named adapter, replacing the one described with reference to Figs. l and 2, Without further analysis, the foregoing will so fully reveal the gist of the present invention that others can by applying current knowledge readily adapt it for various applications without omit- .1 ting features that, from the standpoint of prior art, fairly constitute essential characteristics of the generic or specific aspects of this invention and, therefore, such adaptations should and are intended to be comprehended within the meaning and range of equivalence of the following claims.

What is claimed as new and desired to be secured by Letters Patent is:

1. A hand beater device, comprising, in combination,

hollow combined handle and container member; and a hollow combined connecting and dispensing member connecting said beater member to said combined handle and container member so that said beater member may be manipulated by said combined handle and container member, said combined connecting and dispensing member being formed with a least one opening in the wall thereof communicating through the hollow interior of said combined connecting and dispensing member with the hollow interior of said combined handle and container member for dispensing a substance contained in the latter member into material being beaten by said beater member.

2. A hand beater device, comprising, in combination, an elongated hollow combined handle and container member; a beater member at one end of said elongated hollow combined handle and container member; and a hollow combined connecting and dispensing member removably connecting said beater member to said combined handle and container member so that said beater member may be manipulated by said combined handle and container member, said combined connecting and dispensing member being formed with at least one opening in the wall thereof communicating through the hollow interior of said combined connecting and dispensing member with the hollow interior of said combined handle and container member for dispensing a substance contained in the latter member into material being beaten by said beater member.

3. A hand beater device, comprising, in combination, an elongated hollow combined handle and container member; a beater member at one end of said elongated hollow combined handle and container member; and a hollow combined connecting and dispensing member secured at one one to said beater member and threadably engaging at its other end said combined handle and container member, thereby connecting said beater member to said combined handle and container member so that said beater member may be manipulated by said combined handle and container member, sam comunico con necting and dispensing member bein" FHNW' least one opening in the wall thereof communicating through the hollow interior of said combined connecting and dispensing member with the hollow interior of Said combined handle and container member for dispensing a substance contained in the latter member into material being beaten by said beater member.

4. A hand beater device, comprising, in combination, an elongated hollow combined handle and container member; a beater member at one end of said elongated hollow combined handle and container member; and a tubular combined connecting and dispensing member secured at one end to said beaten member and threadably engaging at its other end said combined handle and container member, thereby connecting said beater member to said combined handle and container member so that said beater member may be manipulated by said combined handle and container member, said combined connecting and dispensing member being formed with oppositely facing apertures in the wall thereof communicating through the hollow interior of said combined connecting and dispensing member with the hollow interior of said combined handle and container member for dispensing a substance contained in the latter member into material being beaten by said beater member.

5. A hand beater device, comprising, in combination, an elongated hollow combined handle and container member; a beater member at one end of said elongated hollow combined handle and container member; and a hollow combined connecting and dispensing member connecting said beater member to said combined handle and container member so that said beater member may be manipulated by said combined handle and container member, said combined connecting and dispensing member having a perforated transverse wall portion facing said beater member, the perforations of said transverse wall portion communicating through the hollow interior of said combined connecting and dispensing member with the hollow interior of said combined handle and container member for dispensing a substance contained in the latter member into material being beaten by said beater member.

6. A hand beater device, comprising, in combination, a beater member; and an elongated hollow combined handle, container and dispensing member connected at one end to said beater member for manipulating the same, said combined handle, container and dispensing member having a perforated transverse wall portion facing said beater member, the perforations of said transverse wall portion communicating with the hollow interior of said combined handle, container and dispensing member, whereby a substance contained in the latter member may be dispensed into material being beaten by said beater member.

7. A hand beater device, comprising, in combination, an elongated hollow combined handle and container member; a fork-shaped beater member at one end of said elongated hollow combined handle and container member; and a tubular combined connecting and dispensing member secured at one end to said beater member and threadably engaging at its other end said combined handle and container member, thereby connecting said beater member to said combined handle and container member so that said beater member may be manipulated by said combined handle and container member, said combined connecting and dispensing member being formed with oppositely facing apertures in the wall thereof communicating through the hollow interior of said combined connecting and dispensing member with the hollow interior of said combined handle and container member for dispensing a substance contained in the latter member into material being beaten by said beater member.

8. A hand beater device, comprising, in combination, an elongated hollow combined handle and container member; a beater member at one end of said elongated hollow combined handle and container member having a plurality of hoop-shaped beating portions; and a hollow combined connecting and dispensing member secured on one side to said beater member and threadably engaging on its other side said combined handle and container member, thereby connecting said beater member to said combined handle and container member so that said beater member may be manipulated by said combined handle and container member, said combined connecting and dispensing member having a perforated convex transverse wall portion facing said beater member, the periorations of said convex transverse wall portion communicating through the hollow interior of said combined connecting and dispensing member with the hollow interior of said combined handle and container member for lispensing a substance contained in the latter member `nto material being beaten by said beater member.

References Cited in the file of this patent UNITED STATES PATENTS 243,098 Becker et al. June 2l, 1881 FOREIGN PATENTS 619,780 Germany Oct. 7, 1935 t. man

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US2826339 *Jan 9, 1956Mar 11, 1958Maillard JulesApparatus for mixing different kinds of material in predetermined proportions
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Classifications
U.S. Classification222/191, 30/322, 416/71, D07/690, 222/565
International ClassificationA47J43/00, A47J43/10
Cooperative ClassificationA47J43/1087
European ClassificationA47J43/10D