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Sept. 6, 1938.
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T; J, MAYES
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BATTERY_POST CONNECTER
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BATTERY-POST CONNECTER
Thomas J. Mayes, Ironton, Mo.‘
Application May 29, 1937, Serial No. 145,601
1 Claim. (Cl. 173-259)
This invention appertains to new and useful
brought into compact relation with the cup ‘I
improvements in battery post connecters, and
for forming a grease container. Furthermore, in
this manner, the shank I0 is fed inwardly and
outwardly of this structure so that the battery
more particularly to a connecter in the form
of a clamp which can be applied and removed
5 from a battery post.
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The principal object of‘ the present invention
is to provide a battery post clamp of the char
acter described in which a lubricant is contained
to prevent corrosion of the battery post with the,
10 connecter.v
Another important object‘ of the invention is
to provide a connecter of the character stated
which can be readily applied and removed and
which can be readily disassembled whenever de
15 sired.
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These and various other important objects and
advantages of the invention will become appar
ent to the reader of the following speci?cation.
In the drawings:
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Figure 1 represents a longitudinal sectional
view through the connecter.
Figure 2 represents a top plan view of the con
necter.
Figure 3-is a horizontal sectional view through
25 the device.
Figure 4 is a side elevational view.
Figure 5 is a sectional view on line 5-5 of
Figure 3.
Figure 6 is a sectional View on‘ line 6-6 of
post (not shown) is clamped between the outer 5
portion of the loop 5 and the arcuate portion 9
of the cup ‘I.
A socket member l9 has a threaded recess for
receiving the free end of the shank ill and this
has a pocket 20 therein into which the usual bat- 10
tery cable can be sweat soldered or otherwise_se- ,
cured in place.
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Obviously, the grease will prevent corrosion
of the post with the clamp and the fact that
the spacer l I is non-metallic, will prevent cor- 15
rosion between these parts so that these parts
can be readily disassembled whenever desired.
While the foregoing speci?cation sets forth
the invention in speci?c terms, it is to be under
stood that numerous changes in the shape, size, 20
and materials may be resorted to without‘depart
ing from the spirit and scope of the invention as
claimed hereinafter.
Having thus described the invention, what is
claimed as new is:
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‘A battery post connecter of the class described
comprising a cable attaching and post embrac
ing unit, said unit having loop portion at one
Referring to the drawings wherein like nu
merals designate like parts, it can be seen that
end to encircle the battery post, a shank of gen
eral rectangular cross sectional form integrated 3o
with-said loop and extending from one side
thereof, said shank including a cylindrical screw
numeral 5 represents a battery post receiving
loop which has a tapered opening therethrough
35 which will permit a cutting engagement of the
threaded portion having cable attaching means,
a separate clamping jaw unit, the latter unit be
ing cylindrical at one end and of rectangular 35
30 Figure 2.
loop into the battery post.
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v tubular form at the opposite end, the last named
Numeral 1 represents a cylindrical shaped‘ end slidably embracing said rectangular shank
grease cup‘which has one end portion ?attened portion and coordinating with the loop slidably
at 8 for partly receiving the loop 5 and this ?at- - to permit it to clamp against said post, the com
tened portion 8 is provided with an arcuate cut
plemental portions of said hollow jaw unit surout portion 9 in its top and bottom sides. The rounding the shank in spaced relation to pro
shank In of the loop 5 extends‘ through the cup vide a grease accommodation and retaining
‘I and also through the spacer II which is pref
chamber, an adjusting and binding nut on the
erably of “Bakelite”. or some other ‘non-metallic threaded portion of said shank, and a non-me
material. The spacer II has a reduced tapered tallic spacer member interposed between the nut
extension lladapted to ?t into the enlarged end and said slidable jaw unit, said spacer surround
of the cup 'I and this spacer II has a pocket l3, ing the shank in grease-tight contact at one
which with the pocket M in the cup 1 serves to end, the opposite endpcrtion surrounding the
hold a quantitiy of grease or other lubricant shank in spaced relation to communicate
which is inserted into the pockets by way of the with said grease chamber, the last named end
check valve ?tting ii.
portion of the spacer having a reduced ex
The free end portion of the shank I0 is provided tremity ?tting in telescopic connection withv the
with threads IS on which is i'eedable the nut l‘l. adjacent end portion, of said jaw unit to provide
Between the nut II and the spacer II is the a substantially grease-tight Joint between the
washer l8, and obviously by tightening the nut spacer member and said jaw unit.
l'l against the washer I 8 and the washer II in
turn against the spacer II, the spacer II can be
THOMAS J. HAYES.
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