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June 28, 1938.
2,121,786
J. CARROLL
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WASHING MACHINE
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Patented June 28, 1938
_UNITED STATES PATENT ol-‘i-"icla:v
WASHING MACHINE'
Joseph Carroll, Brooklyn, N. Y., assigner of one- -
half to Benjamin Kobre,_New York, N. Y.
Application November 11, 1936,` Serial No. 110,263
(Cl. 68-18)
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This invention relates to improvements in
washing machines and particularly to apparatus
According to an embodiment of the invention,
within each drum compartment 'C and at >the
which is adapted to receive clothes for a launder
ing operation and for dispensing the same.
It is an object ’of thisl invention to provide
economical, efficient, simple and practical means
ends thereof are secured in any suitable manner
the arcuate locking bars 30,having a series of _
locks 3| arranged in tandem. Each lock-is sub- '5 .l
stantially U-shaped having a mouth 3|a and the
for receiving clothes for washing and for rapidly'
dispensing or >removing the clothes after being
free end of one of-its legs outwardly curved as
seen at 3|b. Pivotally attached to each of the
end walls 2_|a, 2lb of leach compartment at the
It- is a further object of this invention to pro
-vide flexible means adapted to be received within
a clothes-washing'rotatable compartment or tum
guide rail 32 having the slot or channel 33 pref
erably turned downwardly at its inner end as
center thereof as indicated at 34 is a longitudinal "l0
bler for holdingV clothes to be Washed, and means - indicated at 33a. This rail maybe in the form
>of a split tube or may assume any other suitable
to withdraw the flexible means from the com
form. Cover 22 has an inwardly projecting pin i»
49 whichv enters the' hollow of rails 32 to iix the
position of the latter during rotation of the drum.
The clothes during the washing- operation are
" partment whereby the clothes after being washed
may be dispensed from the compartment.
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'I_’his invention accordingly consists in the fea
tures of construction, combination of parts and
in the unique relations of the members and in supported on a flexible clothes holder or apron __
the relative proportioning and disposition there >25 which may be constructed in any suitable 'n c
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manner.l
of ; all as more completely outlined herein.-
thereof in Figs. 2-6, inclusive. Referring particu
_ To enable others skilled in the art so fully to
comprehend the underlying features thereof that
they may embody the 'same by the numerous
57.5 modiñcations in structure andrelation contem
plated by this invention, drawings depicting a
The drawings show one construction
larly to Figure 6, apron 25 may consist of a sheet
of perforated rubberized material 25a and a wire
mesh reinforcing member 2,9 disposed thereun->
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der.
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‘preferred form have been annexed as a part of
The two members 25a and 29 are held together _
this disclosure, and in such drawings, like char
by meansof and between the half bars or rods 4|,
42, secured together as by rivets 43. These half `
bars 4|, 42 also constitute guide bars indicated i
acters of referencel denote corresponding parts
throughout all the views, of which:
' Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a washing ma
generally by the numeral 27 in Figures 1 and 5.
chine incorporating the invention'.
The ends of rods or bars 4|-42 project for guid- v
ance within locks 3| as hereinafter more par
Fig. 2 is a sectional view through a washing
>»drum made in accordance with the invention ticularly described. The perforations 28 permit
La 'l ready to 'receive the load.
. the’water to drain from the apron as it is with
but showing the load` being removed from the
drawn from the drum. Apron 25 is further pro
vided with a front bar or rod 45,_the ends of
drum compartment.
which project beyond the'sides of the apron 25
Fig. 3 is a sectional view similar to Figure 2
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Fig. 4 is a- horizontal fractional sectional view and ride in the slots 33 of the guide rails 32. i
through aV part of the drum taken along line I Spaced flanges 44a, 44h may be provided at the
ends of rod 45 between which and in space 44 the
4-4 of Figure 2..
Fig. 5 is adiagramma tic drawing of an apron *_ rod slidably engages the wall of rail 32.
Suitably- secured to the drum 2| at the bot
or clothes holder employed in the invention.
Fig. 6 is an enlarged section of the apron .shown ' tom of each compartment mouth or opening O is
a b_ar or rod 46.- Slidably engaging rod 46 are a 4"
In the drawings (Figs. 1--3) there -is disclosed pair of slotted supports 35, the slots 36,accommodating the ends of rod 46. The lower or front
a washingr machine of a conventional design hav
ing a housing 20 enclosing a rotatableA washing end portion 24 of apron 25 is secured to sup
ports 25.
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drum or tumbler 2| having a plurality of com
The clothes holder or apron 25 is positioned 'V
partmènts C, the machine being provided with
within the compartment C by sliding guide rod 45
y a. motor drive 23. Rotatable drum 2| ‘is sup
ported by means of trunnions 40. Drum 2| is
provided with the conventional covers 22 (one for
r each compartment C) hinged at 22a to cover
usual openings or mouths O.
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along the guide rails 32 until the rod.45 reaches
the oiîset end 33a of the slots 33. By turning the
guide rails 32 in the `direction indicated by the
arrow A (Fig. 2), the guide bars 21 (comprising u 5
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the members Il, 42) will> slide in the slots or
mouths 3ia of locks 3i into locking position. It
'3. In combination with a movable clothes
washing compartment a pair of guides within the
is to be noted that the support elements 35 are vsaid compartment, a' flexible clothes holder
within the compartment. The clothes are then adapted to be received by tlie guides, means in
thrown into the drum and of course land on the
apron or holder 25.
'I‘he cover 22 is then closed
the compartment to retain the said holder inv op
erative position during the movement of the
and the drum rotated _in the conventional man
compartment, means to withdraw the said holder
ner.
substantially _from the compartment whereby the
' Since the channels 32 are locked in positionby
clothes supported thereby may be discharged. '
the pins I9 the apron will be maintained in locked
position. Bars 4l facilitate agitation of the
clothes within the drum and act as friction
and means to extend part of the holder from the
compartment to provide a chute to facilitate the
After the washing of the clothes has been com
pleted, the drum is opened and hook 38' carried»
by the hoist cable 31 is attached to loop or handle
26 of apron 2S. Cable 31 is trained over pulley
41 (Fig. l), and by pulling on this cable either
within said compartment, a flexible clothes holder
having a transverse member in slidable engage
discharging of the clothes.
.4. In combination with a movable clothes
means to prevent rthe clothes remaining in one
position.
v'washing compartment a pair of spaced guides
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manually or by mechanical means, apron or hold
er 25 may be pulled out in a lineal direction from
one end thereof, as indicated in Figure 3, the rods
ment with the said guides whereby the said hold
erpmay be received within the said compartment,
and means to substantially withdraw~ the said
holder from the compartment whereby the 20
clothes supported thereby may be discharged
therefrom.
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I5 sliding out of channel members 32. During
5. In combination with a movable clothes
this pulling or withdrawal step, the front por
tion 2d of apron `25 which is attached to the
sliding supports 35 slides outwardly and when the
apron is- completely withdrawn, this front por
tion of the apron constitutes a chute for vthe
>clothes to slide into container 39. The supports
35 have the rear portions of their slots curved
downwardly as indicated at 35a to facilitate
downward movement of the supports and con
sequently the front portion of the apron.
It is believed from the above description that
those skilled in the art will have no difficulty in
washing compartment a pair of spaced guides
within said compartment, a ilexible clothes holder
having a transverse member in slidable engage
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ment with the said guides whereby the said hold
er may be received within-the said compartment.
and cooperative means on the holder and in the
compartment to retain the said holder in oper 30
atlve position during movement of the compart
ment.
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6. In combination with a movable clothes
washing compartment a pair of spaced guides
within said compartment, a flexible clothes hold
understanding the construction, the method of
er having- a transverse member in slidable en
use and operation of the device herein disclosed
gagement with the said guides whereby-` the said`
holder may be received within the said compart
necessary. The invention is of simple and prac-_ ment, and cooperative means on the holder and
tical Aconstruction and is adapted to accomplish4\`in the compartment to retain the said holder in
among others all of the objects and vadvantages operative position during movement of the com
’ herein” set fo?th.
partment, and means for withdrawing the said
_Without further analysis, the foregoing will so holder from the said compartment whereby the
and a further detailed discussion thereof is un
fully reveal the gist of this invention that others
can by applying current knowledge readily adapt
clothes supported thereby maybe discharged.
,it for various applications without omitting cer
tain features, that, from the standpoint of the
washing compartment a pair of spaced guides
prior art, fairly constitute essential character
istics of the generic or specific aspects of this ln
7. In combination with. a movable clothes
within said compartment, a ilexible clothes hol'der
having a transverse member in slidable engage
vention, and therefore, such adaptations should
ment with the said guides whereby the said hold
er may be received within the said compartment,
and are intended to be comprehended within the
meaning and range of equivalency of the follow
partment to retain the said holder in operative
cooperative means on the holder and in the com
_ing claims:
position during movement of the compartment, `
1. An article of the character described com
prising a rotary clothes washing compartment, a
flexible holder for clothes adapted to be received
within said compartment and having one end4
means for withdrawing the said holder from the
substantially fixed thereto and the other end
linearly withdrawable therefrom, means in the
compartment to retain the saidholder in sub
compartment during the holder withdrawal oper
ation to facilitate in the discharging of the said
clothes.
said compartment whereby the clothes supported
thereby may be discharged, and means to extend
a portion of the said holder outwardly of the said
stantially fixed position during the washing op
~ 8. In combination with a movable clothes
eration, and means connected with the movable
lend of said holder to withdraw the said holder
washing compartment a pair of rotative guides
spaced within said compartment, a flexible
substantially from the compartment after the
washing operation whereby the clothes are dis
clothes holder, a transverse member on said hold
er adapted for slidable engagement with said
guides whereby the holder may be placed within
charged therefrom.
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2. In combination with a movable clothes
washing compartment a pair of guides Within the
said- ,.çompartment’, a flexible clothes holder
adapted to be received by the guides, means in
the compartment to retain the said holder in op
erative position during movement of the com
partment, and means to withdraw the said hold
er substantially from the compartment whereby
75 the clothes supported thereby may be discharged.
said compartment, cooperative means on said'
holder and in said compartment for retaining
said holder against relative movement during
movement of said compartment, said means be
ing arranged for engagement between the holder
and compartment upon rotation of said guides in
one direction.
9. In combination with a movable clothes
washing compartment a pair of rotative guides
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spaced within said compartment, a liexible.
clothesl holder, a;v transverse member on said hold
er adapted for slidable engagement with said
guides whereby the holder may be placed within
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portion of said holder upon withdrawal thereof
from said compartment for facilitating dispens
ing of the clothes from said holder.
10. .In a clothes-washing machine, ' a rotary
said compartment, cooperative means on said
tumbler having a washing compartment therein,
holder and in said compartment for retaining
a flexible clothes holder in said compartment
said holder against relative movement during
constructedto substantially conform with a por
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movement of said compartment, said means be-' y tion of the inner wall of the compartment, and
ing arranged for engagement between the holder means in the compartment to retain the-holder
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and compartment upon rotation of said guides in in position with respect thereto;
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JOSEPH CARROLL.
one direction, means for slidably- 4extending a
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