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Publication numberUS349651 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateSep 21, 1886
Filing dateFeb 3, 1880
Publication numberUS 349651 A, US 349651A, US-A-349651, US349651 A, US349651A
InventorsTheodoee Jacobs
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Liquid-forcing device
US 349651 A
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(No Model.)



No. 349,651. Patented Sept. 21, 1886 N. PETERS. .r hbwpmn n nu. Washinglnn. D. c.




SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 349, 651, dated September 21, 1886.

Application filed February 3, 1886. Serial No. 190,737. (No model.)

To all whom it may concern.-

Be it known that I, THEODORE J AOOBS, a resident of Norristown, county of Montgomery, and State of Pennsylvania, have invented a new and useful Improvement in Liquidwhere than in its container.

In the drawing the figure shows a sectional planview of the device without the forcing airpump.

A represents a-liquid tank, barrel, or container; B, a casing for exit-pipe D, which casing is fastened to tank A, and which, 'with the cap 0, forms a packing-box for the eXit-. pipe D.

0 represents a metal threaded cap with central opening suited to surround pipe D, and at its threaded part to be screwed on corresponding thread at end of easing B.

D is the rotatable exit-pipe, the bib of which may be turned up or down or run in or out, as may be desired, either in discharging a liquid into a vessel or causing the drip to return to the container. E is a part of the easing of said exit-pipe and serves to hold it in place to tank A. V

F is a continuation of the exit-pipe and extends within a short distance of bottom of tank A. The upper horizontal part of F is large enough to allow of D working telescopically; In adjusting it, as before stated, the

pin or boss D serves to prevent D being drawn fully outwardly, and is placed in position through the opening F before adjustment of all the parts.

G is the inlet-pipe for attachment of airpump, which may be of any construction.

H is a journal for the pipe D, and is integral with casing B.

The dotted line 00 00, Fig. 1, represents the height of liquor in container A.

The cap 0 may be close-j ointed or supplied with packing for pipe D.

The operation of the device is as follows: An air-pump being attached to the inlet G air is'forced in the direction of the arrow to surface of liquid, as indicated by line was. The liquid thus pressed upon is forced through the perforations in horizontal bottom of pipe F or directly through said pipe to pipe D, whose bib discharges into a desired receptacle,which, being filled, the pipe D is turned aroundwith bib upward, whereby the liquid at this part returns again to container A without dripping upon its surroundings. This pipe being then also pushed inwardly will be in position as indicated by dotted lines, whereby compactness in the device is had.

Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is

The combination, in a liquid-forcing device, of the tank A, inlet-pipe G, and the rotatory and telescopic exit-pipe D, supported by casi 11g B and having the boss or stop-pin D and the journal H, and said casing B, fastened to tank A and communicating with the interior thereof, substantially as and for the purposes set forth.


\Vitnesses: R. P. GARSED, JNo. F. HAMILL. I

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Cooperative ClassificationB65D47/242, B05B9/0822