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Publication numberUS988667 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 4, 1911
Filing dateJul 31, 1907
Priority dateJul 31, 1907
Publication numberUS 988667 A, US 988667A, US-A-988667, US988667 A, US988667A
InventorsGeorge W Schodde
Original AssigneeMilton Schnaier
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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G. W. SGHODDE.

OESSPOOL.

APPLI OA'I ION FILED JULY 31,

Patented Apr. 4, 1911.

ATTORNEY THE Noam: rsrsk: 0a., wuummcn, o. c

. -UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

GEORGE W. SCHODDE,

OF NEW YORK, N. Y., ASSIGNOB, BY MESNE ASSIGNMENTS, TO MILTON SCHNAIER, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.

CESSPOOL.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, GEORGE W. Sononne, a citizen of the United States, residing at the city of New York, borough of Manhattan, in the county and State of New York,

have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Cesspools, of which the following is a full, clear, and exact specification.

My invention relates to improvements in plumbing, and the same has for its object more particularly to provide a cesspool provide a cesspool which may be securely anchored to the flooring in which it is sup orted. I

To the attainment of the aforesaid objects and ends my invention consists in the novel details of construction, and in the combination, connection and arrangement of parts hereinafter more fully described and then pointed out in the claims.

In the accompanying drawings wherein like numerals of reference indicate like parts, Figure 1 is a central section, taken at about the line 1-1 of Fig. 2, and illustrates one form of a cesspool made according to and embodying my said invention, and, Fig. 2 is a plan or top view, partly broken away, and in section on about the line 22 of Fig. 1;

In said drawings 10 designates the cesspool which is composed essentially of a circular receptacle portion 11, and a coupling sleeve member 12 secured to the base thereof. At the upper edge of said circular receptacle 11 is provided a lateral flange 18, which is rectangular in outline, and at the junction of its inner edge with the upper edge of said receptacle is provided an annular recess 14 adapted to receive a perforated circular cover plate 15. The base of said receptacle 11 is provided with an aperture, and a horizontal inwardly projecting flange 16.

The sleeve member 12 is provided at its Specification of Letters Patent.

Application filed July 31, 1907.

Patented Apr. 4, 1911..

Serial No. 386,354.

lower edge with an inwardly projecting flange 17, and within said sleeve member is disposed one end of a waste pipe 18 which is secured therein by a packing 19 of oakum, and calked with lead 20. Upon the outer surface of said sleeve member 12 adjacent to its upper edge is an outwardly projecting flange or shoulder 21 which conforms substantially to the inwardly projecting flange 16 of the receptacle 11.

22 denotes a flashing made preferably of sheet lead or analogous material capable of being bent or shaped. This flashing may be of any desired shape and size, but in order to insure more perfect results, it is by prefer ence made larger in outline than the upper portion of the receptacle 11 and its flange 18. The flashing 22 is provided at its center with an aperture to receive the upper end of the sleeve member 12 and is secured to the cesspool intermediate the flange 16 of the receptacle, and the flange 21 of the sleeve member 12 by screws 23, 23 which extend through the flange 16, the flashing 22, and into the flange 21 of said sleeve member 12.

Upon the outer surface of the sleeve member 12 directly below the flange 21 thereof is disposed the means for supporting and anchoring the cesspool in position in the flooring, and is here shown consisting of four rods or arms 24,, 24 which may be either round in cross-section as shown or square and twisted in order to insure firmer anchor ing. The said rods or arms 24, 24 are arranged in pairs, one rod at each side of the sleeve member 12, and the others similarly arranged but at right angles to the first mentioned pair as shown at Fig. 2. The ends of said rods or arms are thereupon twisted at 25, 25, and their projecting ends permitted to rest upon the longitudinal and transverse reinforcing rods 26, 26 embedded in the concrete work 27 of the floor.

It will be apparent that while the flashing 22 may be made of any suitable material, I prefer to make the same of some flexible substance, such as sheet lead as that permits of the flashing being made either flat as shown in full lines at Fig. 2 or dished to form a receptacle, and thereby effectually prevent any fluid matter which may find its way down upon the outer surface of the receptacle 11 getting by said flashing and leaking to the floor below.

Having thus described my invention,what

7 section to said lower section and said flashing in position there-between, substantially as specified.

3. A cesspool comprising a receptacle consisting of a lower section, a: flange along the upper edge thereof, an upper section mounted upon said lower section, a flashing interposed between the base of said upper section and the flange of said lower section, and means for securing said upper section to the flange on said lower section and said flashing in position there-between, substantially as specified.

A. A cesspool comprising a receptacle consisting of a lower section, an outwardlyextending flange along the upper edge of said lower section, an upper section rela tively larger than said lower section mounted thereon, a flashing disposed intermediate the base of said upper section and the flange of said lower section, and securing means extending through the base of said upper section and said flashing and engaging the flange of said lower section for se curing said receptacle sections and flashing together, substantially as specified.

5. A cesspool comprising a receptacle, a flange at its base, a sleeve member provided at its upper edge with a flange, a flashing disposed intermediate said flanges and means for securing the flanged edges of said receptacle and sleeve member and the flashing therebetween together, substantially .as specified.

6. A cesspool comprising a receptacle, a flanged aperture at its base, a sleeve member adapted to enter said aperture and provided with a flange, a flashing disposed upon said sleeve intermediate the flange thereof and the base of said receptacle, and means for securing said receptacle together, substantially as specified.

7. A cesspool comprising a receptacle, a flange at its base, a sleeve member provided at its upper edge with a flange, a flexible flashing disposed intermediate said flanges,

ceptacle, sleeve member and flashing together, substantially as specified.

9. A cesspool comprising a receptacle, a sleeve member thereon, and supporting members secured thereto for supporting said cesspool, substantially as specified.

10. A cesspool comprising a receptacle, a sleeve member thereon, and a plurality of members extending laterally therefromfor supporting said cesspool, substantially as specified.

11. A cesspool comprising a receptacle, a sleeve member thereon, a shoulder on said sleeve member, and a plurality of members secured to said sleeve member below said shoulder for supporting said cesspool, substantially. as specified.

12. A cesspool comprising a receptacle, a

sleeve member thereon, and a plurality of rods secured together and to said sleeve member for supporting said cesspool, substantially as specified. j i

13. A cesspool comprising a receptacle, a sleeve member thereon, a shoulder on said sleeve member, and a plurality of rods secured together upon said sleeve member below the shoulder thereon, and having their ends extending laterally therefrom for supporting said cesspool, substantially as specifled.

14-. A cesspool comprising a receptacle, a sleeve member adapted for securement thereto, a flashing secured thereto intermediate said receptacle and sleeve member, and a plurality of flexible arms securedtogether and to said sleeve member, substantially as specified.

Signed at the city of New York, in the county and State of New York, this 21st day of March, nineteen hundred and seven.

GEORGE W. SGHODDE.

WVitnesses:

CONRAD A. DIETERIGH, A. R. ANGUS.

Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D. G.

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Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationE03F5/0404