|Publication number||US688688 A|
|Publication date||Dec 10, 1901|
|Filing date||Aug 3, 1901|
|Priority date||Jan 23, 1901|
|Publication number||US 688688 A, US 688688A, US-A-688688, US688688 A, US688688A|
|Inventors||Walter H Pumphrey|
|Original Assignee||Tullar Company|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (2), Classifications (2)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
No. 688,688. Patented Dec. I0, 198:.
W. H. PUMPHREY. SYRINGE.
UNITED STATES ATENT FFICE.
VALTER II. PUMPHREY, OF NEW YORK, N. Y., ASSIGNOR TO THE TULLAR COMPANY, OF NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 688,688, dated December 10, 1901.
Original application filed January 23, 1901, Serial No. 44,362. Divided and this application filed August 3, 1901. Serial No. 70,826. (No model.)
T h m it may concern: The novelty of the invention lies mainly in 50 Be it known that I, WALTER H. PUMPHREY, utilizing the outer end of the ordinary syr a citizen of the United States of America, and inge-pipe and adapting it to coact with a bulba resident of New York, in the county and like sleeve in the production of a whirling- State of New York, haveinvented certain new spray discharge.
and useful Improvements in Syringes, of The invention consists, essentially, of a pis- 55 which the following is a specification. ton, bulb, or other well-known form of syr- This invention relates to improvements in inge combined with a bulb-like sleeve secured syringes, and particularly to the class in upon and projecting beyond the outer end of which the liquid is discharged in the form of the tube or pipe thereof, which latter is prowhirling spray, the same being a division of vided with outlets arranged in a manner to do my pending application filed J anuary23,1901, direct the liquid obliquely against the inner and serially numbered 44,362. wall of the bulb-like sleeve, at an angle to the A very serious objection to many syringes axis thereof.
at present offered for sale is made against the The preferred form of the invention is illususe of metal spraying devices, &c., which ortrated in the accompanying drawings, where- 6 5 dinarily are arranged in thepipe or nozzle in like reference-numerals refer to similar thereof and become quickly corroded by the parts throughout the several views, in action of the various liquids, &c., used, therewhichby rendering the syringe useless or extremely Figure 1 is a view in elevation illustrating dangerous if further employed. Objectionis a syringe constructed in accordance with my also made against the use of nozzles, sprayinvention. Fig. 2 is a cross-sectional View ing devices, 850., presenting sharp angles or taken on the line S S of Fig. 1. Fig. 3 is a edges, such as may lacerate or otherwise indetail sectional view of the outer end of the 2 5 flict injury when the syringe is in use. Ob syringe nozzle or tube, illustrating a modifijection is also made to the form and location cation. of the spraying devices in that they are prac- In the drawings, 1 represents an ordinary tically inaccessible, and in consequence great syringe of the bulb type, comprising, first, a difficulty is encountered in properly cleanstube which may be straight or curved, flexi- 3o ing and drying the same after use. Objecble or rigid, and either tapered or of the same tion is also made to the arrangement of spraydiameter throughout its length, and, second, ing devices within the tube or nozzle in that a bulb by means of which the liquid may be they frequently offer considerable obstrucforced through the tube. tion to the entrance of the liquid when the 2 represents a tubular section, hereinafter 3 5 syringe is being filled and render this step in termed the sleeve, which may be either the operation lengthy. formed in part with or removably secured at It is the object of the invention to avoid the or near the outer end upon the tube as an exobjectionable features above set forth in the tension thereof. The sleeve may be of uniproduction of a syringe in which metallic form or varying diameter, its function being 40 parts are entirely dispensed with; second, in to provide a curved surface or wall against which the spraying device is so relatively arwhich the jet or jets of liquid flatten and 0 ranged with respect to the discharge-orifice spread when discharged from the syringe that in use contact therewith is rendered imtube. possible; third, in which separable parts are 3 3, &c., represent the outlets of the syringe- 45 employed and being readily accessible are tube, which are disposed tangentially to the convenient for cleansing, &c., and, finally, in bore thereof and of which there may be any which the spraying device does not offer the suitable number, the same being formed by slightest obstruction to the free entrance of one or more tubular branches 3 &c. the liquid when the syringe is being charged. The liquid in passing through these tubular den deflection from a straight-away course the liquid is given a whirl and passes spirally through the bulb-like sleeve-section. In being thus acted upon the liquid is converted into whirling spray, which in its discharge assumes a globular form.
Having therefore described my invention, what I claim as new, and desire to protect by Letters Patent, is-
In a syringe, the combination of a jet-tube provided adjacent to its outer end with one ing the end of the tube and its branched outlets and providing a curved wall against which the liquid is directed.
Signed at New York this 23d day of July, 1901.
WALTER H. PUMPHREY.
R. GERBRACHT, J r. L. E. PEARSON.
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