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Nov. 22,1938.
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2,137,884
w. R; WEEKS
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COFFEE MAKER HANDLE
OriginalFiled Sept. 25, 1935
Irwverwtor:
Walter‘ R. W eks,
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] 2,137,884
' Patented Nov. 22, 1938
UNITED. STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,137,884 '
COFFEE MAKER HANDLE
Walter R. Weeks, Hamden, Com, assignor to
General Electric Company, a corporation of
New York
' Original application September 25, 1935, Serial
No. 42,007. Divided and this application April
28,1936, Serial No. 76,771
(Cl..‘215—100)
3 Claims.
This invention relates to coffee makers and it 'arrows; and Fig. 3 is a sectional view of a part
has for its object the provision of an improved of the handle structure used in the coffee maker
handle structure in adevice of this character. of Figs. 1 and 2.
Referring to the drawing, this invention has
More speci?cally, this invention relates to
coffee makers which are provided with a lower been shown in one form as applied to a coffee
5 bowl and an upper bowl, together with a tube makes comprising a lower water heating vessel
projecting from the upper bowl into the lower or bowl I0 and an upper coffee infustion or
bowl so as to connect the two bowls together. A steeping vessel or bowl ll. The lower bowl l0
filter upon which the coffee grounds are placed is - is provided at its upper portion with an upright
supported in the upper bowl over the mouth of neck l2 within which a depending tubular ex 10
the tube. In the operation of co?ee makers of tension l3 provided at the lower portion of the
this character, water is placed within the lower
bowl and is heated. The pressure of the water
vapor and air above the water level forces the
water up through the tube into the upper bowl
where the coffee is steeped or infused. When the
heat is removed from the lower bowl, the water ~
vapor in the lower bowl condenses and the pres
sure is thereby reduced sufficiently to cause the
coffee infusion in the upper bowl to return
through the ?lter to the lower bowl. After this,
the upper bowl is removed and the infusion may
>' then be poured from the lower bowl.
1
This invention has as- one of its objects the
provision of an improved handle‘ construction for
25 the lower bowl, whereby the lower bowl_may be
manipulated to pour the coffee brew from the
bowl.
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In accordance with this invention, in one form
thereof, the handle construction comprises a pair
30 of substantially semi-circular rigid members ar
ranged to embrace opposite sides of the neck of
the lower bowl that‘ receives the tubular mem
ber attached to the upper bowl. These mem
bers are provided with arms extending from the
upper bowl H is. received. A suitable gasket I4,
preferably formed of rubber, is inserted in the
neck l2 of the lower bowl and is provided with a
centrally arranged aperture to receive the ex 15
tension l3 provided on the upper bowl H.
The extension l3 merges into a downwardly
tapered tubular member l5, which co-operates
with the extension l3 to provide a funnel con
nection between the lower bowl l0 and the upper 20
bowl ll. Preferably and'as shown, the extension
l3 and the tapered tube l5 will be formedinte
grally with the upper bowl H, and preferably
these members will be formed of glass. It is also
‘preferable to form the lowerbowl l I] of glass.
25
Resting on the bottom wall of the upper bowl
ll directly above the opening into the extension
I3 is a ?lter or strainerdevice IS. The ?lter is
secured to the upper'bowl It by means of a
spring member [1, as fully described in my 30
above-mentioned co-pending application.
The handle structure for the lower bowl ar
ranged in accordance with this invention com
prises two substantially semi-circular rigid mem
bers l8 and I9 which are arranged to be posi 35
35 neck in substantially parallel relation with each tioned on opposite sides of the neck l2 of the
other, and which are arranged to clasp a por- , lower bowl, as clearly shown in Figs. 1 and 2.
tion of a, hand-grasping member between them. Preferably, a rubber collar I911. will be positioned
This grasping member preferably is provided about the neck I! so as to be interposed between
,with recesses to receive the parallel arms on the the neck and the clamping members l8 and IS. 40
4.0 neck grasping portion so as to effect an interlock The adjacent ends of the clamping members l8
connection between the handle and the neck and IS on one side of the neck are provided with
outwardly extending arms 20 and 2| respectively,
grasping portion.‘
which are arranged in substantially parallel rela- ‘
This application is a division of my co-pend
each other, as clearly shown in Fig. 2. 45
5 ingapplication Serial No. 42,007, ?led Septem ‘tiongwith
ber 25, 1935 and assigned to the same assignee as The arms 20 and 2| are arranged to clamp be
tween them a suitable hand grasping portion 22
this invention.
For a more complete understanding of this of the handle structure. The handle 22, as
invention, reference should be had to the accom ' shown, is provided with a portion 22a which is
sandwiched between the two arms 20 and 2| of 50
50 panying drawing in which Fig. l is a vertical ele
the neck grasping party of the structure. This
'vation of a coffee maker vembodying this inven
portion 22a of the handle is provided with lateral
tion, portions being broken away so ‘as to illus
‘recesses
23 on its opposite "sides for receiving the
trate certain details of construction; Fig. 2
an '
. enlarged sectional view taken through the line arms 20 and 2|, as shown in Figs. 1, 2 ‘and 3.
. 55 2-2 of Fig. 1 and looking in the direction of the Preferably, inturned end portions 24 and 25 are
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'lhetwoarmsllandllare?gldlyalaspedto
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While I have shown a particular embodiment of
my invention, it will be understood, of course,
thatldonotwishtobe limited thereto since many
modimations may be made, and I, therefore, con
template by the appended claims to cover any
such modi?cations as fall within the true spirit
and scope of my invention.
WhatIclaim as new and desire to secure by
Letters Patent of the United States, is:
1. In a coilee maker and the like having a 10
15
thearmll andwhichisthreadedintothemem
berl‘l. Itwillbeobservedtbatinvlewoi'this
constructionwhenthetwoscrewmernbersl'l
andllareturnedinwardlyrelativetoeachotherg
theywilldrawthecllmllinzanusllandll
tightlyintotheremesprovidedtortheminthe
grasping portion. Preferably, the grasping por
tion 210 will be provided with a semi-circular
recess” whichrcceivesthescrewfastening'de
vice 21, 28 in interlocking relation.
Inviewoftheforegolngdiscussionitwillbeob
served that a very rlgid_interlocking connection
isei’fectedbetwecnthehandle ?andtheneck
graspingarms llandllwherebyallrelatlve
movement between these members is precluded.
Preferably, the endsof the neck grasping mem
bers I8 and I! opposite the handle ?'wlll be
bowl provided vat its upper end with an upright
neck, a handle for said bowl comprising a mem
ber adapted to embrace said neck and having
substantiallyparallel clamping arms at one side
oi’ said neck. said arms having portions inturned 15
toward each other at their ends remote from the
neck, a grasping member having a portion ar
ranged -to be received between said arms, said
portion having recesses in its sides to receive said
arms and deeper'recesses at the ends of said ?rst
recessm remote from said neck toreceive said in
turned ends of said arms, a: screw fastening de
vice‘iocated between said intumed ends and said
neck pased between said arms clamping them to
the portion of said grasping member between said
arms and said portion having a- substantially
semi-circular recess receiving said screw fasten
ing device in interlocking relation with it.
2. In a coii'ee maker and the like having a bowl
provided at its upper end with an upright neck, a
handle for said bowl comprising a pair of sub—
spacedapartsomewhatmsclearlyshowninli'lg. 2.
Asuitableelectrlcstovellisprovidedforheat
stantially semi-circular rigid members arranged
lowerbowltobeforcedupthmughthetube lland
interlocking relation with it.
extension l3 and through the iilter II into the
upper bowl I l where the coffee grounds are placed.
3. In a coffee maker and the like having a
bowl provided with a. neck, a handle construc
tion comprising a grasping member, a member
to embrace opposite sides of said neck, each hav
ing the water in tbelower bowl II; and a suitable ing an arm projecting outwardly therefrom, the
lid ll isprovlded iorthe upperbowl II.
two arms being substantially parallel to each
In the operation of the device, it will be under
other and having at their outer ends remote from
stood that mice groimds (not shown) will be said neck portions inturned toward each other, a
placed in the'upper bowl on the ?lter I‘, while grasping member having a portion arranged to be
asuitablequantityofwaterwillbeplacedinthe received between said arms, said portion having
water heating bowl ll. After the coiiee and water recesses in its sides to receive said arms and deeper
have been
heat is applied to the lower ' recesses at the ends or said first recesses remote
bowl by means/oi! the stove ll so as to bring the from said neck to receive said inturned ends of
water placed therein substantially up to the boil
said arms, a single screw fastening device passed
ing point. The water vapor thatpis generated between said arms clamping them to the portion
above the level of the water and also the heated oi’ said grasping member between said arms and
air above this level will eventually generate a said portion having a substantially semi-circular
presure suiiiciently great to cause water in the recess receiving said screw fastening device in
As long as the heat is applied the water will con
tinue to flow into the upper bowl until all of the
water in the lower bowl above the level of the
lowerendofthetube l5 willbeforcedintothe
arranged to embrace said neck, said member hav
ing substantially parallel clamping portions at
one side of said .neck arranged to sandwich said
upper bowl. The water will remain in the upper grasping member between them, said grasping
bowl to infuse the coiiee until the heat is re
member having recesses in its side walls for re‘
moved to permit the lower‘bowl to cool. After ceiving said parallel portions, and deeper recesses
this happens, the water vapor in the lower bowl at the ends of said ?rst-named recesses, and the
will condense and'thereby reduce the presure . ends of said clamping‘ portions remote from said
therein su?iciently to cause the coiIce brew in the neck being turned inwardly and received in said
upper bowl to ?ow down into the lower bowl deeper recesses, and a single fastening device
through the mice grounds and the ?lter by at— located between said inturned ends and said neck
mospheric pressure and gravity. After the coilee passed between said arms and clamping them to
has been made, the upper bowl is removed and the grasping member.
the coiIee brew may be poured from the lower
WALTER R. WEEKS.
bowl by means of the handle 22.
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