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July 5, i938.
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2,122,568
.P. GASN‘ER El‘ AL
VACUUI CLEANER ATTACHMENT
Filed Jan. 23, 1930
2 Sheets-Sheet 1
I %¢%TORNEYS
July' 5,1938.
2,122,568
P. gAsNER ET AL
VACUUM CLEANER ATTACHMEN'Z
2 Sheets-Sheet 2
Filed Jan. 25, 1930
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ATTORNEY
Patented July 5, 1938. '
UNITED STATES ‘PATENT OFFICE
2,122,568
VACUUM CLEANER ATTACHMENT
Philip Gasner and Sigmund Gasner, New York,
N. Y., asslgnors, by mesne. assignments, to
Hygienic Dust Bag Corporation, New York,
N. Y., a corporation of New York
Application January 23, 1930, Serial No. 422,732
3 Claims.
(Cl.
Our invention‘relates to a new and improved
vacuum cleaner attachment.
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and is therefore not especially detailed. This bag
4 is provided with an inner hose 5, which com- ,
One of the objects of our invention is to'pro ‘ municates with a coupling 1.‘ This coupling 1
vide an improved vacuum cleaner attachment of can be connected to the outlet nozzle 2 of vthe
vacuum cleaner so that the air current which is
6 the type shown in U. S. Patent No. 1,729,103.
Another object of our invention is to provide forced out of said nozzle 2 is also forced through
a vacuum cleaner attachment which shall pro-4 the hose 5. The hose 5 may be made ofany suit‘
able fabric provided with any suitable lining.
vide a collecting bag of large size.
Another object of our invention is to provide The hose 5 is preferably permeable to air al
though it may be made substantially ‘impervious
10 a collecting bag which can be conveniently ‘cou
to air if desired. If the hose 5 is made ‘perme
pled to a vacuum cleaner.
Other objects of our invention will be set forth able to air, the interior thereof is made su?icient
in the following description and drawings which ' ly smooth, and the hose 5 is made sui’?ciently
narrowso that the current of air and dust passes
illustrate a preferred embodiment thereof, it be
ing understood that the above general statement - through the hose 5 without depositing the dust
of our invention is intended to generally explain on the walls thereof. We have found it suitable
to make the hose 5 2% inches in diameter and
the same and not to limit it in any manner.
Fig. 1 is a side elevation showing the improved to make it of rubber or the like having a lining
collecting bag located in an outer bag made of made of rubber or the like. The bag 8 is made
of suitable paper, which is preferably permeable
'20 cloth or the like.
Fig. 2 is a side elevation showing the collecting to air. It is provided with a mouth member 9
bag alone.
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which can be made of cardboard or other mate
rial having su?lcient stiffness to enable the
mouth of the bag to be readily connected to the
collecting bag.
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Fig. 4 is a sectional view ‘on the line 4--4 of coupling provided at the upper end of the hose 5.
However, this mouth member 8 may be readily,
Fig. .
Fig. 5 is a general perspective view showing the collapsed into ?at form, so that the bag 8 may be
shipped or stored in flat form. The operation of
use of the invention.
Fig. 6 is a view similar to Fig. 1, showing a dif- - this device is substantially the same as that shown
in our previous device illustrated in U. 3. Patent
30_ ferent type of coupling.
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Fig. '7 is a sectional view on the line 1-1 of No. 1,729,103. The current of air. and dust passes
through the hose 5 with considerable velocity‘ so
Fig. 6.
Fig. 8 is a sectional view on the line 8-8 of that substantially all the dust is projected into
Fig. 3 is a front elevation of asecondtype of
Fig. 7.
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Fig. 9 is a cross section through the neck of
' the bag 8. If some of the air escapes in the hose
5, this does not cause dust to be deposited to any
injurious extent upon the inner wall of the hose
the cloth bag, along the linev 9-9 of Fig. 1.
'I'heattachment is intended to be applied to 1 5 for the reasons before specified. The air cur
rent leaks out of the pervious paper bag as it
and a handle 3. A cloth bag 4 of any suitable type passes through the top portion thereof, at which
40 may be provided with an ear 8, by means of which portion the air current changes in direction. to
it can be connected to the handle 3 by a member ' enter the lower part of the bag. The air current
‘is. The bag is adapted to be opened. Normally passes out of the bag, leaving the dust and dirt
deposited therein. By making the hose 5 at the
‘ however, ‘its upper edge is folded over, as Fig. 9
shows, and is inserted into a- U-shaped clamp l‘l, top of the paper bag su?lciently permeable to air,
45 secured by button head bolts l8 and screws is, enough air can leak out of the same to prevent
similar to the closing device shown in former the paper bag from bursting. This makes it un
Patent No. 1,729,103._ This feature however may necessary to support the walls of the paper bag 8
be varied in any convenient way, for instance by the wall of the cloth bag 4, so that, as shown in
Fig. 1, there is a substantial space between the
Fig. 6 indicates-the way of closing the bag open
- ing by means of two series of~ interlocking chain . paper bag 8 and the inner wall of the cloth bag v4.
links 20, closed or ‘opened by a movable shackle ‘The only purpose for using the cloth bag 4 is to
2!, with a handring 22 attached to it; a well prevent the paper bag 8 from being accidentally
any vacuum cleaner I having an .outlet nozzle 2
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known locking device used, for tobacco pouches, torn or otherwise injured.
blouse fronts, shoesretc. which device howeverv - In the embodiment shown in Figs. 3 and 4, the
55 forms no speci?c part claimed for this invention, paper bag 8a is also made of permeable paper,
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and, it is provided with a mouth l5 having a stiff
ening member 9a. The paper bag may be made
‘ of two or more pieces suitably connectedin. any
manner as by stitching or the like; The cloth
bag 4 may be a side-opening bag of the well
' kncwn' type so that the paper collecting bag may
be readily inserted, and connected to the coupling
_ , member located at‘ the top cf the hose 5,
We claim:
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1. In a vacuum cleaner attachment compris
ing an outer protective bag having a hose located ‘
therein, said hose being provided with a coupling
which projects from'said outer bag, said outer 5
bag being adapted to be opened, and a bag made
of paper which is' permeable to air, said paper
bag having a month which is adapted to be. cou-.
_It will-‘be noted that the coupling member ‘I ~ pled to the. upper end of the hose, ‘said’ mouth
which cooperates with the lower end of the hose making an angle with the main body of the-bag, 10
5, projects. from the outer protective bag 4. said hose being permeable to air and being su?i
. Hence, the- bag can be coupled to the outlet ciently narrow to prevent any substantiai deposit
nozzlein the ordinary manner.
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of dust upon the inner walls thereof, the body
One of the features of our invention is that ‘of said bag depending below said mouth when
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the hose 5 is vsuiiicientlynarrow tc cause the air , the device is in use and said mouth being up 15
wardly directed when the device is in use.
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current to‘pass through_ the same with high
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velocity, 50 that the, dust swept along instead
2. A- vacuum cleaner attachment comprising
or being deposited upon‘ the inner wall of ‘the an outer protective, bag having a hose located
hose to clog the pores thereof.
therein, said ‘hose being provided with a coupling
The hose 5 could be made ‘of impermeablevma
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which projects from said outer bag, said outer
.terial, such as rubber-lined fabric, up to or nearly ' bag being adapted to be opened, and‘a bag made
up-to the coupling member which connects the of paper which ispermeable to air, said paper
same to the permeable bag 8.~ This increases the bag having a mouth which is adapted to be cou
velocity with which the dirt passes through the pled to the upper end of the hose, said mouth
25. hose 5, so that it is carried around the upper making
an acute angle with the main body of
bent portion of the bag E. This feature is par- . the ‘bag, the body of said bag depending below _25
ticularly useful where the vacuum cleaner has said mouth and forming a dust receiver whenv the
low suction power, The coupling shown in‘ Figs. - device is in use, said mouth being upwardly '
' ' 6-8 comprises an outer metal collar ll, having
'30 an inner metal collar l0 spaced therefrom. The
mouth 9 of the bag. 8 fits snugly between the
collars II! and II, so as’to substantially or com-.
.p-letely eliminate leakage of air. The outer
collar II is provided with a clamp l3 hingedly
35 connected thereto at I 4. _ The clamp I3 is forced
directed when the device is in use.
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. 3. A vacuum cleaner attachment cemprising 30
an outer protective bag having a hose located
therein, said hose being provided with a coupling ,
which projects from saidjouter bag,‘ said outer
bag being adapted to be opened; and a bag made
of paper which is permeable-to air, said paper
to the operative position ‘by means 01’ a blade' bag having a mouth which is adapted to be cou
spring iii. ‘The clamp I3 is provided with a pled to the upper end of the hose, said mouth
point or points ['2 which extend through a. suit
able opening in the outer collar ll, so that the
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point “or points l2 can penetrate the-mouth of
the bag 8 and hold the same ?rmly but releas
ably in position‘.
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Wehave shown a preferred embodiment of
our invention, but it is clear that numerous
changes and omissions cculd be made without de
parting from the spirit of our invention.
making an acute angle with the main body of
the bag, the body of said bag depending below
said mouth and forming a dust receiver when the
device is in use, said mouth being upwardly‘
directed when the device is in use, said mouth
having a mouthpiece memben
" PHILIP GASNER.
SIGMUND GASNER. :45
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