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Dole Valve Comm» Chicago, lll., a oorpora- >
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Appueeuen my z3. 1935.- s¢=rm No. 22.995
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. 'I'his invention relates to dispensers for car
the handle I5.' Attached to the inner casing 2 is a
bonated drinks and lhas for an object to provide
strengthening member 2 I> which has a portion
extending along the bottom of the casing y2 and
_has an vannular hollow part 22, through which
vide a'- dispenser for carbonated drinks which the beverage is discharged and which receives
l a new and improved device ofthis‘description.
` The invention has as a further object to pro
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v shall be-,small in size, and which shall have -all
the dispenser nozzle I2.
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The mixing chamber II is attached to the in
side of the inner casing 2,'l which forms the ice
f ing >device'for mixing the syrup and the car
bonated water, controlled by the draft arm, syrup> chamber. the attachment being made by means
l`of a fastening device 23, whichhas a screw 10
container, cooling coil and ice container.
threaded end 24 which enters the threaded open
The invention has as a further object to 'pro
' vide a dispenser of the kind described whiclr can ing in- the strengthening member 2|. ,This
fastening member >23 4preferably has@ knurled
be placed on the soda fountain counter.
'I'he invention has other objectswhich will'be ’ head 25 so that it may easily and quickly be re
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15 more particularly pointed out in the accompany moved to disassemble the parts.
i vthe features ofl a large dispenser, such as a mix- '
ing description.
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Referring now to thedrawings, Fig. 1 is a ver
tical sectional view through one form of the dis
penser embodying the invention; and
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Fig. 2 is a plan view of the dispenser illustrated
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Fig.- 3 is'a sectional view through the mixing
chamber.
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Like numerals refer to Vlike parts throughout
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„Referring now to the drawings, I have illus
trated a dispenser consisting of an outer casing
I and an inner kcasing" 2 separated by a space,
_which space is iilled with' some heat insulating
material 3. Within the'inner casing 2 is an ice
' 'I'he syrup container 5 is mounted in the ice
chamber and_is supported at the rear by the
support 26.- VThe syrup container 5 is' provided
with a discharge member 21, which connects with,A4
the mixing chamber Il so as to. discharge syrup "20
in the mixing chamber.- -'I'his discharge mem
ber 21 is pivotally connected with the dispenser.
by a swivel joint 28. Connected with the syrup
container on the side of the mixing chamberl op
posite to that in which the discharge member 2] 25
is locatedl is Aa projecting member 29, having a
threaded opening, through which passes a clamp
ing screw 30 having a knurled head 3|.- This'
clamping screw engages the mixing chamber and when tightened up, it and the projecting part 29 30
and the discharge member 21 connect the front
ice chamber, `,and preferably arranged so that'it ` end of the syrup container with the mixing cham- > `
, -'may have ice 'on all sides‘thereof. Located in the _ber so as to hold the parts in proper relation.
It will be rnoted that the-.mixing chamber is
ice chamberis a cooling coil 6, through which
the carbonated water passes. There is an inlet 1 mountedclose to the-bottom so as to' make Ait pos 35
sible to have a syrup container, to get the desired
for thel carbonated water, whichinlet is `con
' chamber I and a syrup container 5 located in the
nectedby the connecting member 8 with the end “_ amount `of syrup necessary for/practical dispens
5 of the cooling coil. The other end Il) of` this
When it is desired ato empty vthe syrup -con
cooling coil is connected to the'mixing chamber
tainer the stop I8 is moved up out of the path of
40 II, in which are located the parts for mixing the the
handle I5. The handle can then be moved
syrup and the carbonated water and causing it
` to be discharged through the dispenser nozzle .|2. backward to a greater extent than under normal l
This mixing ,chamber may, be `of_ any :suitable ~ operation and this opens up to a greater extent '
form, such as that, for example, described` in my 'A the discharge of the syrup container and permits
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prior lapplication 'Serial No. 737,320.
the syrup to quickly run out.- This is particularly .45
'I‘he connecting member I3 is connectedo by a; Iuseful for w‘ashing and cleaning _the syrup> con
tainer and the mixing chamber and associated
connecting piece Il with a han'dle I5 on the out
side of the device, the handle 1s vbeing pivote@ at '
There is a drain pipe 32 -fcr discharging the
,- i6 to a support l1, attached to' the outside cals--
ing. There isa stop, I8, connected with-the con-A '- water produced by the melting of the -ioe in the
necting member- I 4,; which 'stops the ,movement ice receptacle. There is an air vént'33 leading
chamber'
'. of the handle. l The’connecting member I3 of the from the compartmentin the
wherev the syrup is deposited‘from the syrup reg
Í Vdraftfaairm isúpivotally connected with the con
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necting "pie'ce Il by the pivotji!l and this con
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piece Il is connected by the pivot 2l with
ce'ptaclel when 'the handle i5iis operated, whicl'i
permits the air to‘escape‘so as to' let the syrup 55,
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'I'he 'air vent has its end bent downward
handle I5 is moved, back to its` initial position.
ñow in.
1y to about the level of the top ofthe drain pipe
32, which projects upwardly into the ice chamber.
If the drain pipe becomes stopped, the water ac
cumulates in the ice chamber until it rises above
the mouth of the air vent. 'I'his prevents. the
escape of the air and stops the flow of the syrup
into the mixing chamber, and makes it impos
sible to draw a mixed drink from the dispenser
when the handle I5 is moved. The operator is
thus apprised oi’ the fact that the drain pipe is
_ stopped and can-take the necessary steps to clean
it out.
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-The spring and valve are mounted in >a cylindri
cal holder- 48a which has one end projecting into
a sleeve 48h provided on its exterior with a seriesof grooves 48e extending there around. A screw
48d passes through the wall of the member I I and
has its end projecting intov one of these grooves
so as to hold vthe parts in' position. When the
~syrup, by opening the valve 32d, passes from the
openings 23a into the chamber 3Ia and passes
down into the space 30a, its movement is slowed _
down and the spacevbetween'thef edge of the
part 21a and the .part 24a is comparatively
= 'I'he connecting piece I4 passesthrough the in-_- small so that the same amount of syrup will be,
15 side wall and the outside wall or shell and hence discharged each tinie. There is also an air pas 15
-there must be an opening on _both of these walls , sage 40 up through the nozzle to the .top ofthe
for this purpose. Means are provided which will chamber 3Ia so that air can enter this chamber.'
prevent water from passing out through these
openings in' the event the drain should become
stopped.
To prevent this waste water from
-running into the heat insulating material `and
also from following the connecting piece - I4 to thel
outside of the device, I provide a housing 36,
thus permitting the p'roper iiow of the syrup
therefrom.
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The syrup passes from the tank 5 through the 20
connection 21 into the cylindrical part 5a which
has a port 20h arranged by the movement of the
handle, to be brought into register with the port
which seals the opening in the wall 2 and which
2Ia so as to discharge syrup into the measuring
is arranged to catch any overilow water. This
housing is provided with a drain 31 to_».permit the
water to be discharged into the "ice chamber.
chamber 22a; When the handle is turned to ad
mit the soda water, the ports .20b_and 2Ia are
There is also a shield 38 for the members I3 and
enter the measuring chamber 22a. and hence this
'measuring chamber measures the quantity of
I4, arranged to shield them from the ice `in”` the
ice chamber'.
Referring now to the mixing chamber, the con
necting member I3 actuated by the handle I5 is _
connected with the shaft 4a so4 as to rotate it
moved out of ’registerso that no more syrup can
syrup to be mixed with the soda water for each 30
glass of the liquid.
I claim:‘
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1. A dispenserior carbonated drinks compris
when the handle is moved. Connected with this
ing a container for ice, a syrup receptacle for
shaft is a cam 32a which, when the handle I5 is
rocked, engages the member 32h on the top of the ‘y
pins 32e. These pins engagethe valve 32d, see
Fig. `3. The cam 32a.- presses them downwardly so
as to open the valve 32d to let the syrup into the
syrup, a cooling coil through which »carbonated 35
40 nozzle ,through the openings 23a.
When the
valve 32d isLopened, the syrup from the syrup
receptacle passes into the chamber vBla-through
openings 23a which communicate with chamber
‘ 22a, and into the space 30a and then down into-
the lower part of the nozzle. The cylinder 29a is
closed at‘ the top and the charged water passes
down into it through the pipe 33a, passing out
through the openings 34a. _ Atspring 35a sur
-rounds the lower end of the pipe 33a, its lower end
being supported Ourthe-member 36a. This spring
returns the valve 32d to its closed position when
water passes, a mixing chamber in which the
syrup and carbonated water are mixed, said mix~ _
ing chamber located within the‘ice container,
a discharge device for discharging the mixed syr
up and-carbonated'water, a handle on the out
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side of the container -for controlling the discharge
of the syrup and carbonated water, and -means
separate from said handle and said dlscha'rgede
vice for fastening the mixing chamber to the
inside of the wall of the ice chamber.
2. A dispenser for carbonated drinks compris#
ing a container for ice, a syrup receptacle for
syrup, a cooling coil through which carbonated
waterv passes, a mixing chamber.in which the
syrup and carbonated water are mixed, said mix- " 50
ingv chamber located within the ice container,
the pins 32e are released by the cam 32a by turn
ing the handle back. 'I'he member 31a passes a discharge device for discharging the mixed syr
~ through this member 36a., as shown in Fig. 3. At A'up and carbonated water, a'han e on the out-
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connection 20a. which communicates with the out- » of the syrup and carbonated water, and means
side atmosphere, discharging atmospheric air into separate from said handle and said discharge de
the chamber 22a to insure the proper discharge _vice for fastening the mixing chamber to_the
of the syrup therein.Í
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When the part I5l is moved to open the valve
32d, the cylindrical part 5a is moved so as to
inside of the wall of the ice chamber‘at the bot
tom thereof.
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3. A dispenser forscarbonated drinks compris
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move the openings 21111 and 2Ia. out of_ register 'ing a cooling container, a syrup receptacle vfor '
and close off the admission of the'syrup into the
chamber 22a. In this position, the air passage
20a in the part 5a communicates with the mem
syrup located within said container, a »mixing
chamber supported in said container, andme'ans
for discharging the carbonated drink from said
ber 33 and hence with the outside atmosphere. mixing chamber, and supporting means separate"
The rotation of the valve operating member 4a ' from said discharging means, for supporting said
to open the valve _32d also opens the valve 44 syrup receptacle on said mixing chamber.
which admits the soda water from the pipe 44a
4. A dispenser for carbonated drinks compris
into the/:passageway 33a and out through the . »ing a cooling container, a syrup receptacle for 70
openings 34u. so as to mingle with the syrup. The . syrup located within said container, a mixing
Soda water valve 44 is opened by a cam 45 which chamber supported in ysaid container, two~sepengages a pivoted arm.46, one end of which en
arated supporting members connected with said
gages the stem 41 of the valve 44 so as >to open said syrup receptacle, said supporting members being
75. valve. A spring 48 returns the valve, when the connected with said mixing chamber. the two 75
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separated supporting members and the mixing ,_ flow water when water in the container rises 'to
chamber being in alinement.
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a predetermined height. ’
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9. A dispenser for carbonated drinks compris
5. A dispenser ior carbonated drinks compris
ing a cooling container. a syrup receptacle for
syrup located within said container, a mixing
chamber supported
saidcontainer, two sep
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arated supporting members connected with said
syrup receptacle, said supporting members being
connected with said mixing chamber, the mix
ing chamber being intermediate said two sup
porting members.
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6.¿A dispenser for-carbonated drinks compris
ing a cooling container, a syrup receptacle for
syrup 'located within- said container, a mixing
ing a container, a syrup receptacle for syrup
within said container, a cooling coil throughLA 5
which carbonated water passes,> a mixing cham
ber, into which the syrup and carbonated water
are delivered and mixed, and located within the
container, a handle on the outside _of said con
tainer and pivotally connected therewith, a con
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necting member extending through the walls of
- said container, an operating member‘hwhich, when
moved, causes the mixed drink to be discharged ’
from the container, said- connecting memberI
being connected with said operating member, 15
anda stop for said handle to limit its backward
chamber supported in said container, two ysep-y
arated supporting members connected with said
syrup receptacle, said supporting members being - movement during the mixing and discharging
of drinks, said stop adapted to be moved out of
connected with said mixing chamber, one ofy said
supporting members forming the connection 'be
tween the syrup receptacle and the mixing cham
ber through which the syrup passes.
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the way, so as to'permit’a further .backward
movement of the handle »to empty the syrup con 20
tainer.
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'10. A dispenser for carbonated drinks compris
7. A dispenser for carbonated drinks compris
ing a container, a syrup receptacle for ,syrupl ing a container for ice, vsaid container having an
within said container, a cooling device through -inner casing. a syrup receptaclel for syrup, -a
lcooling device through which carbonated water
' which carbonated water passes, a mixing cham
ber,_into which the syrup and carbonated water passes, a mixing chamber in which the 4syrup
are _delivered and mixed, and located within the and carbonated water are mixed, said mixing
chamber located within the ice containerI a
4 container, a handle on the outside of said' con
tainer and pivotally connected therewith, ya lon-v 4 strengthening member attached to the outside>
gitudinally movable~ connecting member extend
ing through the walls of said container, an op
~erating member which, when moved, causes> the
' mixed drink to be dischargedI from thecontainer,
said connecting member being connected wit
said operating'member.
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8. IA dispenser for carbonated drinks compris
l ing al container, Aa lsyrup receptacle for syrup
oi' the inner casing and a fastening device con--
knected with the mixing chamber and ysaid _
strengthening member, for fastening the mixing
chamber into position.
11. A dispenser for carbonatedjdrlnks com- l
Vpi'ising a cooling container, said container hav
ing an inner casing, afsyrup receptacle for sy
rup, a cooling coil through which carbonated
passes, a mixing chamber'- in which the
within said container, a' cooling device through `water
syrup and carbonated water are mixed, said mix
’ ¿which carbonated water passes, a mixing cham
ing chamber located within the ice container,
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ber, into which’the syrup and carbonatedlwater a strengthening member attached to the outside
` are delivered and mixed, and located within'the
container.“1 a handle onthe outside 'of said con
of the inner casing and a fastening device con
nected with the mixing chamber and said
tainer and pivotally connected therewith, a 'con
strengthening member, for fastening the
necting member extending through the walls of` chamber into position, said strengthening mem->said container, an "operating member which, ber having a portion which' extends under the
when moved. causes the mixed _dx‘ink'tofbe> dis amixingchamber land towhich is connected a
charged trom the container, »said connecting ,
member being connected' with said ' operating
discharge noasle through which the beverage is'
member, anda housing tor catching anyover-
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