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Publication numberUS969324 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateSep 6, 1910
Filing dateNov 11, 1909
Priority dateNov 11, 1909
Publication numberUS 969324 A, US 969324A, US-A-969324, US969324 A, US969324A
InventorsHarry M Bachman
Original AssigneeDutchess Tool Co
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Creaming and beating machine.
US 969324 A
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Patented Sept. 6, 1910.



maar 'M BACHMAN, or rIsHmLL-oN-THE-HUDSQN, lNEW Yonx, AssmNon 'ro numcrniss 'roerJ COMPANY, or FIsHxxLL-oNHE-Hunsom NEW Yom; a corrom- TION F NEW YORK.


To all whom 'it may concern:

Be it known that I, HARRY M. BACHMAN, a citizen of the United States, residing at Fishkill-on-the-Hudson, in ,the county of Dutchess and State of New York, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Creaming and Beatin' Machines; and I do hereby declare the ollowing to be a full, clear, and exact description of the same, reference being had to the accortn panying drawings, forming a part of this specification, and to the figures and letters of reference marked thereon.

This invention relates to improvements in machines for mixing and beating eggs, cream` batter, ete., Vthel objects ofthe invention being to provi-de a machine in which the materials may be most thoroughly agitated and mixed.

The invention consists in certain novel details of construction and combination and arrangements ot' parts, all as will be now descri ed and the Iparticular features of novelty pointed out in the claims,

In the accompanying drawings-Figure 1 is a side elevation Aof a beating machine embodying the present improvements; Fig. 2 is a detail 'view showing the manner of mounting the beater in the chuck or holding head.

Similar lettersl of reference in the several figures indicate the same )arts Referring to the. drawings, t-he letter D represents a.vertical standard, having a base D and head D2. This head Dl supports an overhanging arm D"s in which is Journaled a vertical shaft E. to which motion is imparted from any suitable source of power through pulleys G'. The shaft E carries the beating or mixing implement such, for instance, as the whisk or whip H, and the chuck or head I in which the same is mounted is preferably pivotall connected with the lower end of the sha at i and adapted to be 'securely clamped by.

Specication of Letters Patent.

Application led November 11, 1909. Serial No. 527,509.

Patented Sept. 6, 19.10.

whisk. Mounted upon the shaft E is' a spring plate or finger K having an opening lctherein adapted to pass over the end of the pin h when the stem is inserted in the socket and thus hold the Whisk or whip se- -curely in place, as will be readily understood. The lower end of the spring nger K is curved outward and extends below the lower-end of the chuck so that it may be readily lifted from engagement with the pin on the whisk stem when it is desired to remove the whisk or beater. By such an arrangement the beater-may be quickly and the standard at A', and having meanssuch as pins A2 adapted to engage apertures A3 in the standard for locking the supporting ring at the desired level.v If 'des1red, a counterweight L may bea mounted on the end of the frame A.. I v

In order that the materials nia-y be thorou hly mixed, the bowl or receptacle is provi ed with a breaker M, against which the material in its swirling motion will 'be dashed and broken up. The breaker M consists preferably -of a fiati steel plate having a straight front edge m, the rear edge conforming to the contour of the inner face of the wall of the bowl and extending from the top vto substantially the bot-tom of the bowl. N ixedto the standard D in such position The breaker is carried by a bracket that when the bowl is in operative position the breaker kwill extend down into the bowl.

Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent of the United States, is:-

1. In a creaming and beating machine, the combination with the standard, of the re oeptacle, the vertically arran d beater shaft and means for rotating the s aft, a socketed chuck or beater holder carriedby said shaft having 'a transverse slot in its lower end, a beater or whisk having a stem adapted to be received in the chuck or holder, a transverse pin carried by the stem and adapted to be received in the slot inthe chuck or holder,

and a spring nger or plate`carried by the chuck having an opening therein and adapted to take over the pin to hold the beater in place.

2. In a creaming and beating machine the combination with the beater shaft mounted in xed journals, a beater carried by said shaft, and a breaker carried by a support in fixed relation to the journal of the beater shaft of a vertically movable bowl or receptacle adapted to be moved into working osition with relation to both the beaterand reaker.

3. In a creaming or beating machine, the

eeoael combination witli the standard, `vertically bowl is carried, and a breaker xed to said g standard and ada ted to extend down into the bowl when t e latter is elevated into Working position.




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Cooperative ClassificationA47J43/044