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Publication numberUS303080 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateAug 5, 1884
Filing dateMay 22, 1884
Publication numberUS 303080 A, US 303080A, US-A-303080, US303080 A, US303080A
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Machine for mixing liquids
US 303080 A
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(No Model.)

- 0. A. WEISSENBORN.

MACHINE FOR MIXING LIQUIDS.

Patented Aug. 5,1884.

.B Wmlessas iJNiTED STATES- PATENT QFFICEQ OSCAR A. \VEISSENBORN, OF JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY.

MACHINE FOR MIXING LIQUIDS.

SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent N0. 303,080, dated August 5, 1884.

' Application filed May 22, 1884. (No model.)

To @543 whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, Osonn A. WEIssnn BORN, a citizen of the United States, residing at Jersey City, county of Hudson, and State-of New Jersey, have invented a new and useful Machine for Mixing Liquids, of which the following, taken in connection with the accompanying drawings, is a full, clear, and accurate description. r

The object of my invention is to produce a machine for the purpose of mixing, shaking, or beating any liquid, or combination of liquids, or any compound requiring the thorough mixing, shaking, or beating of its ingredients.

My machine insures a thorough and rapid mixing of the liquids or compounds, thus saving time and labor.

In the drawings, Figure 1 represents a side view of my invent-ion. Fig. 2 shows a'front view of the same.

A is a frame, of iron or other suitable material, provided with two bearings, B and B,

on which bearings are mounted the shafts G and G.

Secured to the shaft 0 is the geanwheel D, which meshes into the smaller gear-wheel, D, mounted on the shaft G. Motion is imparted to the gear-wheel D by means of the crankhandle a, which motion is communicated to the gear-wheel D by the geanwheel D. The motion of the gear-wheel D is in turn communicated to the fly-wheel F, which is also mountedon the shaft 0'.

Attached to the fly-wheel F is the rod G, the upper end of which is secured to a slide, H, which runs up and down in the guide K. The upper part of the slide His provided with a cup or receptacle, M, adapted to receive the glass or other holder, N, containing the liquid material or ingredients to be mixed or shaken. It will be seen that the rotary motion of the fly-wheel F is very rapid, and this motion is In order to prevent the contents of the vesscl'or holder N from spilling out, I use a cover,

0, having a concavity or indentation, o, in its center, into which fits the ball-like portion P of the handle B. This handle is mounted on a wire, S, orothcr suitable material, the ends of which are secured to the projections I) Z). By turning the handle R the ball-like portion P presses into the concave portion 0 of the cover 0, and holds it firmly in position over the glass or vessel N, thus preventing any spilling or loss of contents of the vessel.

The distance which the slide is to travel may be easily regulated according to the wish of the operator by the sockets or holes y y, in which the pin of the connectingrod G may be placed. (See Fig. 2.)

This whole machine is attached to any suitable place, as a bar, table, or bench, it being held firmly in place by the screw X.

Having thus "described my invention, what I clai1n,and desire to secure by Letters Patent, 1s

1. In a machine for mixing, shaking, or

on the same shaft, and meshing into another gear-wheel mounted on a shaft.

2. In a machine for mixing liquids, the combination of a glass or proper vessel containing the liquids or materials to be mixed or shaken, and a holder for the glass or vessel, provided with a cover having a cavity or indentation, into which cover a handle provided with a ball-like portion mounted on a wire or other suitable material is arranged to press, substantially as described.

3. In a machine for mixing, shaking, or'

beating liquids, the combination of a glass or other proper vessel containing the liquids or materials to be mixed, provided with a cover having a cavity or indentation, into which a handle provided with a ball -like part and mounted on a wire or other suitable material is arranged to press, with a receptacle or holder attached to a slide working in a guide and shaft, said fly-wheel being worked by a gearv is arranged to press, with a receptacle orl holder attached to a slide working in a guide and connecting with a fly-wheel mounted on a shaft, said fly-wheel being worked by a geareonneeting with a fly-wheel mounted on a wheel mounted on a shaft.

4. In a machine for mixing, shaking, or wheel mounted on a shaft, the said shafts and 15' beating liquids, the combination of a glass or attachments being mounted on a proper frame. other proper vessel containing the liquids or In witness whereof I have hereunto set my materials to be mixed, provided with a cover hand this 17th day of May, 1884.

having a cavity or indentation, into which a OSCAR A. VVEISSENBORN. handle provided with a ball-like part and In presence of mounted on a wire or other suitable material CHARLES G. (Jon,

B. T. VAN RosKERcK.

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Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationB01F11/0022