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Publication numberUS806090 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateDec 5, 1905
Filing dateJan 17, 1905
Priority dateJan 17, 1905
Publication numberUS 806090 A, US 806090A, US-A-806090, US806090 A, US806090A
InventorsLeo Allenberg
Original AssigneeLeo Allenberg
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Hot-water bag.
US 806090 A
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\A/i In 125525 IL. ALLENBERG.

, HOTWATEB. BAG.

APPLICATION IILBD 1.11. 1905.

IIIII PATENTED DEC. 5, 1905.

Imam- 08w W LEO ALLENBERG, OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.

HOT-WATER BAG.

' Specification of Letters-Patent.

.. Patented Dec. 5, 1905.

Application filed January 17, 1905. Serial No. 241.435.

To all whom it may concern.-

Be it known that I, LEO .ALLENBERG, a citizen of the United States, residing in the city and county of San Francisco, State of California, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Hot-Water Bags; and I do hereby declare the following to be a full, clear,

- and exact description of the same.

The present invention is to so construct an ordinary hot-Water rubber bag of the klnd generally used in sick-rooms for the heating of the body as to enable a milk-bottle to be held therein for the purpose of maintaining the contents of the bottle in a heated condition until such time as required for use.

The object of the invention is to enable the vcontents of a nursing-bottle to be quickly heated without the necessity during the night of having to heat the milk or childs food over 2 5 pa'rtlyb'roken away, disclosing the pocket ar:

a lamp or lamp-stove whenever the child requires to be fed. v

To comprehend the invention, reference should be had to the accompanying sheet of drawings, I wherein Figure 1 is aplan view of a hot-Water. bag,

' ranged therein for the reception of the nursing-bottle, said bottle being illustrated in position; and Fig. 2 is apart longitudinal sectional view, in side elevation, of the hot-Water bag, the interior pocket being sectioned and water bag, said opening being preferably formed near the bottom thereof.

It will be understood that the interior pocket 2 forms a portion of the hot-water bag proper, so there is no danger of leakage at its point of: union to the interior walls of the water bag or at the inserting-opening 4:,which serves as the mouth of the receiving-pocket 2.

In practice the water-bag is first filled with hot water in the usual manner, after which the filled nursing-bottle 3 is inserted withinthe pocket 2 through the opening 4. Inasmuch as the contents of the hot-water bag completely surrounds or envelops the interior pocket 2, it is obvious that the bottle fitted therein will remain in a heated condition for a number of hours or until the Water within the bottle becomes cold. As the child requires feeding during the night it is only necessary to remove the heated nursing-bottle from within the heatin'g pocket 2 of the waterbag, when it will be found that the contents of the nursing-bottle is sufficiently heated for the feeding of the child.

It will be understood that the contents of the nursing-bottle is heated prior to the instarting of the said bottle within the interior pocket of the hot-water bag. If placed within the hot-water bag prior to retiring for the night, the heat of the hotw'ater Will maintain the food within the nursing-bottle in a heated condition until morning. However, the bag may be used for keeping the contents of the nursing-bottle in a heated condition whiletaking the child out for an airing, in which case the hot-water bag with the nursing-bottle fitted therein is placed in the baby-carriage, the hot-water bag in addition to keeping the contents of the nursing-bottle hot also serving as a hot-water bag forthe childs feet. v

The described invention dispenses with the necessity of gas-stoves, lamps, and alcoholstoves generally employed to heat the childs food during the night.

As the heating-pocket is formed within the interior of the hot-water bag, the same is protected against in ury during the handling of the said hot-water bag.

The opening 4 leading into the pocket 2 being arranged slightly to one side of the extreme lower end of the water-bag prevents the bottle from dropping out when the bag is in the position illustrated in the drawings, as

the'top of the bottle would assume a position immediately above said extreme lower end of the bag. It is also to be noted, however, that when the bag is in the position illustrated the pressure of the water against the pocket 2 adjacent the lower end or throat portion of the bottle would tend to contract said pocket at ICO this point, and thus aid to retain the bottle in I position. It is obvious, therefore, that the rior of the water-bag at a point adjacent the 10 bottle may be supported either end upward. lower end thereof.

Having thus describedthe invention, what In testimony whereof I have afiixed my sigis claimed as new, and desired to be protected nature in the presence of witnesses. 5 by Letters Patent, is-

As an article of manufacture, a hot-water LEO ALLENBERG' bag provided with a centrally-arranged inte- In presence of rior pocket for the reception of a nursing N. A. ACKER,

bottle, said pocket being opened to the exte- D. B. RICHARDS.

Referenced by
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US2666953 *Feb 17, 1950Jan 26, 1954Goodrich Co B FMethod of making partitioned containers
US4610684 *Jun 22, 1984Sep 9, 1986Abbott LaboratoriesFlexible container and mixing system for storing and preparing I.V. fluids
US4614267 *Dec 23, 1983Sep 30, 1986Abbott LaboratoriesDual compartmented container
Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationB65D31/12, Y10S383/901