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Патент USA US2123558

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July 12, 1938.
$123,558
H. c. ALTHEIDE
SCALP OILER
Filed Sept. 25, 1957
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Patented July 12, 1938
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,123,558
SCALP OILER
Henry 0. Altheide, Quincy, Ill.
Application September 25, 1937, Serial No. 165,762
2 Claims. (Cl. 132—13)
This invention is a device especially designed
as a means for applying an oil, tonic, or shampoo
liquid to the scalp and the hair; and in accord
ance with the invention the device is in the form
of a comb so as to convey the oil or tonic to the
roots of the hair.
The invention together with its objects and advantages will be best understood from a study of
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the following description taken in connection
with the accompanying drawing wherein:
Figure 1 is a side elevational view of the device.
Figure 2 is a sectional view taken substantially
on the line 2-2 of Fig. 1 and
Figure 3 is an end elevational view of the device
15 on a reduced scale.
Referring to the drawing by reference numerals
it will be seen that in the preferred embodiment
thereof the device comprises an oil or fluid reser
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voir 5 which is preferably constructed of some
ductile material, preferably brass and is substan
tially rectangular in side elevational, and wedge
shaped in end elevational, having the side walls
6-6 thereof gradually converging toward one end
edge ‘I of the reservoir.
At the end 1 of the reservoir the latter is open
to conformably receive therein the head 8 of a
comb member 9, the teeth ID of which are inte
gral with the head 8.
The comb member 9 consisting of the head 8
30 and teeth I0 is formed of hard rubber, “bakelite”
or any other suitable and analogous material.
The teeth 10 are tapered as shown and are
hollow, each being provided with a longitudinal
duct I l which communicates with the reservoir 5
through tapered opening I2 provided in the head
8 and in alignment with the teeth of the comb.
The reservoir 5 at one end thereof is provided
with a ?lling neck l3 for which a cap I4 is
provided.
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It will be manifest that the reservoir 5 serves
as a handle whereby to manipulate the comb as
well as to contain the liquid, and to facilitate
the expelling of the liquid or oil in thereservoir
the walls 6 thereof are pressed inwardly, com
45 pressing as it were, the reservoir.
The walls 6 are normally urged outwardly rela
tive to one another through the medium of a
spring device I 5 which is formed from a rec
tangular sheet of metal or other suitable material
bent into a substantial U to fit within the reser
voir 5 as shown in Fig. 2 and at the closed end 5
of the U the spring I5 is riveted or otherwise
secured to the end wall 16 of the reservoir as
at H.
From the above it will be seen that I have pro
vided a device which is capable of being con
veniently handled and thereby admirably serves
as a medium for applying oil, tonic, or shampoo
to the hair and scalp.
What is claimed is:1. A device for applying ?uid to the scalp com
prising a receptacle formed of spring metal and
having an elongated substantially straight edge
having an opening therein, a comb member in
cluding a head of elongated form and having
tapered side edges and hollow teeth-extending
from the small end of the head, said head having
openings therein communicating with the teeth,
said head ?tting in the opening with the edge
portions of the metal adjacent the opening bent
over the tapered sides of the head.
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2. A device for applying ?uid to the scalp com
prising a receptacle formed of spring metal and
having an elongated substantially straight edge
having an opening therein, a comb member in
cluding a head of elongated form and having
tapered side edges and hollow teeth extending
from the small end of the head, said head having
openings therein communicating with the teeth,
said head ?tting in the opening with the edge
portions of the metal adjacent the opening bent
over the tapered sides of the head, said head and
the teeth being formed of hard non-metallic ma
terial and an elongated substantially U-shaped
spring metal member located in the receptacle
and having portions of its limbs engaging the
sides of the receptacle and means for attaching
the bight part of said U-shaped member to that
end of the receptacle opposite the edge having
the opening therein.
HENRY C. ALTHEIDE.
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