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March 8, 1938.
H. e. KUCK E‘T AL
2,110,769
DOUBLE POURINGASPOUT
Filed Dec. 10, 1956
awe/whom
Patented Mar. 8,, 1938
UNITED STATES PATENT
"2,110,769
‘DOUBLE: i'PoURiNG ‘sPoU'r
Henry G. Ku'ck and Theodore J. Allele, rem-la,
Application December 10, 1936, Serial No. 115,094
3 Claims.
This invention ‘pertains to closure means for
pouring spouts. More particularly said inven
tion has to do with a spout having a large and 'a
small outlet for the contents to be poured from
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a receptacle.
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The object of the invention is to provide for
positively ?xing in place upon a. main spout ‘one
of two parts of a double outlet arrangement so
that the other part may be loosened and removed
10 without loosening or disturbing the ?rst named
part.
Another object lies in including with the larger
of two threaded removable parts of the spout
means for use in positively turning such part into
15 frictional engagement with the threads of a
main or permanently attached main spout
whereby the other or smaller outlet portion may
be removed without disturbing the said larger
part.
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In order that our invention may be fully un
derstood we have provided the accompanying
drawing forming a part of this application.
Figure 1 shows in perspective a form of double
outlet spout involving the invention in one of
25 the forms that may be used.
Figure 2 is a front elevation of part of what
is illustrated in Figure l, and
Figure 3 is a longitudinal section of the spout
portions produced on line 3-3 of Figure 2.
It is to be understood that a double outlet spout
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of the nature illustrated has no novelty herein as
such, the invention lying in the inclusion with
removable spout portions means by which one
portion may be positively ?xed in position, when
35 desired, so that it cannot be disturbed when oper
ating the other of the portions.
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In said drawing l denotes any type of con
tainer for a liquid and ?xed to which in any
usual manner is a inain spout 2 whose free ex
40 tremity is screwthreaded at 3 in the usual way.
Arranged so as to be screwed upon the said
main spout 2 is a threaded portion or cap 1! pref
erably reduced in diameter and providing a wall
5 to overlie the threaded end 3-and to enclose a
45 gasket 6 between itself and said end 3, said gasket
having, of course, an opening 1 through which
to pour the commodity of such container. The
reduced part of said portion or cap 4, as our in
vention, is formed to receive a wrench so that it
50 may be otherwise turned, and in the present in
stance this takes the form of a faceted integral
extension 8 for receiving a wrench. This exten
sion terminates in a wall portion 9 which, again
in this instance, has an outwardly turned ?ange
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l0 de?ning the outlet opening II, and SQQILred, to
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the ?ange as ‘by soldering, for example, is a
threaded thimble 'or neck l2 to receive a cap it
completing the structure. While this method of
?xi'ngthe 'neck l2 at the wall 9 as a part sepa~
rate therefrom is employed it may, perhaps, be
made integral with said wall. _
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7 When the cap 4 is removed from the spout 2
the latter will pour a full stream from the con
tainer l. Due to the provision of the extension
of said cap with the smaller opening i I the liquid ’
handled may be greatly reduced in ?ow.
As
heretofore constructed the caps 4H and ‘i3 have
been screwed into position by hand on their re
spective threaded receiving portions and natu
rally said cap Hi can be tightened by hand much "
more easily and effectively than can the larger cap
4. Because of this fact such friction is created
between the cap 93 and the neck i2 that in at~
tempting to remove said cap the whole affair
turns and is loosened on the threads 3 of the
spout 2 requiring that the cap 4 be grasped and
held while the smaller cap 53 is turned to remove
it. Because of this the extension 8 of the cap it
is provided in such form that a turning force
may be applied thereto for setting up said cap to 25
the end that there will be greater friction be
tween its threads and those of the spout than
can normally exist at the threads of the cap l3
and thus the latter may always be turned and
removed without disturbing the larger one.
It is not our purpose to con?ne ourselves to
any particular form of the extension 8 so long
as it serves the purpose intended whether an
integral part of the cap 4, or secured to the same.
We claim:
1. An article of manufacture comprising a ‘
combined closure and reducing spout for a con
tainer having a ?rst portion adjacent one end
of larger diameter than the other end portion
and provided with means for securement to a
container, a second portion of reduced diameter
as compared to said ?rst portion and faceted to
provide for the use of tools thereon, and a third
portion of reduced diameter as compared to said
second portion and provided with a bore of re
duced size as compared to the interior dimension
of said ?rst portion, and said third portion being
provided with securing means for fastening a clo
sure element to said third portion, the overall di
mension of said third portion and the securing r
means thereof being of less diameter than the
distance between opposing facets of said second
portion so that tools may be used on said second
portion without engaging the fastening means of
said third portion.
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2. An article of manufacture comprising a
combined closure and reducing spout for a con
tainer having a ?rst portion adjacent one end
of larger diameter than the other end portion
and provided with means for securement to a
container, a second portion extending as a con
tinuation of said ?rst portion for the reception
of tools thereon, a ?ange extending centrally
Within said device from the Wall of said ?rst por
10 tion and against which a gasket may rest, and a
third portion extending as a continuation of said
second portion and of reduced diameter as com
pared to said second portion, and provided with
a bore reduced as compared to the interior di
mension of said ?rst portion, said third portion
being provided with securing means for fastening
a closure element thereto, the overall diameter of
said third portion and the securing means there
of being of less diameter than the shortest di
ametrical distance on said second portion, so
that tools may be used compressively on said sec
ond portion to clamp and turn the same without
touching said third portion.
3. An article of manufacture comprising a com
bined closure and reducing spout for a container
having a ?rst portion adjacent one end of larger
diameter than the other end portion and provid
ed with means for securement to a container, a
second portion faceted to provide for the use
of tools thereon, and a third portion of reduced
diameter as compared to said second portion and
provided with a bore of reduced size as compared
to the interior dimension of said ?rst portion, and
said third portion being provided with securing
means for fastening a closure element to said
third portion, the overall diameter of said third
portion and the securing means thereof being of
less diameter than the distance between opposing
facets of said second portion so that tools may
be used on said second portion Without engaging
the fastening means of said third portion.
HENRY G. KUCK.
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THEODORE J. ABELE.
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