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July 9, 1946- " ' R. D. BRADSHAW ' HONEY PRESS Filed June 11, 1943 2,403,784 ‘ 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 jizzyezz 0r. 917% ~ ‘ July 9: 1946- R. D. BRADSHAW HONEY PRESS Filed June 11, 1943 : " 2,403,734 , 2 Sheeté-Sheet 2 I Z5 1] J5 12 2,403,784 Patented July 9, 1946 UNITED l STATES PATENT orncs Wendell, Idaho, assignor " Reginald D. Bradshaw; to R. D._ Bradshaw & Sons, Wendell, Idaho, 2. 1 copartnership Application June 11, 1943, Serial No. 490,396 3 (01. 100-50) 1 Claim. . . ~ . the frame I3——I4 and a follower 24 is insertable I in the tops of the containers 20 for'exerting pres sure on the comb cappings in said containers, as will be readily understood. improved construction of the character indicated which is highly ef?cient in use. In operation, the operator standing opposite Other objects will appear hereinafter. the splash guard 25 removes the cappings from the honey comb in the usual way, depositing the ' The invention consists of the combinations and arrangements of parts hereinafter described and claimed. 2 tioning of containers within said frame. A jack screw 23 is arranged as shown to cooperate with 1 The invention relates to improvement in honey presses especially adapted for removing honey from .cappings removed from honey combs, and has for its primary object the provision of an 10 same in one of the containers 20 positioned op posite said splash guard 25. When said container has been ‘thus ?lled with cappings, the same is shoved along the table towards the upper end thereof and an empty one substituted therefor. 15 This process is repeated unti1 one of the con-g ' The invention will be best understood by ref erence to the accompanying drawings forming a part of the speci?cation and in which Fig. l is a perspective view of a honey press embodying the invention; _, tainers is thus, ‘brought under the jack screw 23, whereupon a top follower 24 is inserted therein and pressure exerted thereon by means'of the jack screw 23, as will be readily understood. A Fig. 2 is a top plan view thereof; Fig. 3 is a side view thereof; Fig. 4 is a section taken substantially on line 4-4 of Fig. 2; and , . i 1 Fig. 5 ,is a section taken substantially on line 20 section of cheese cloth is usually placed under the bottom of the container and over the top thereof " 5-5 of Fig. 2. Y to facilitate the pressing operation and the 'sub 1 The embodiment of the invention illustrated in sequent removal of cake from the press container. the drawings comprises a suitable draining table In this way the retained honey will be readily In in the form of a shallow elongated rectangular pressed from the cappings and a cake of wax 25 pan or receptacle arranged in an inclined posi When the pressing tion and supported at its lower endrbysupport ‘formed in the container. process has been completed, the containers are removed and later opened for the removal of the wax cake therefrom, as will be readily understood. 30 The speci?c form and arrangement of parts is a simple and effective one for the purpose. While I have illustrated and described the pre ferred form of construction for carrying the in vention into effect, this is capable of variation 35 and modi?cation without departing from the spirit of the invention. I therefore do not wish its upper end by ‘support-r ' ing members 12. The supporting members I2 are ‘ ing members II and at extended vertically as shown to constitute the sides l3 of'a frame having a cross head or-abut ment l4 extending across. the upper end thereof. A similar cross head I5 is arrangedv across the lower supports l2 just under the table I0 to fur nish stout support therefor. 'I'ie bolts l6 are ar ranged as indicated adjacent the members I4 and i5 to further secure the frame parts together. to be limited as to the precise details disclosed, A drain opening i1 'is arranged as indicated at but. desire to avail myself of such variations and the table II] and with which a the lower end of modi?cations ‘as fall within the scope of the drain pipe or other means for collecting or re ' ' moving honey drained from the table 10, is con 40 appended claim. , nectedr Deflectors l8 are arranged as indicated to deflect drainings from the table ll! to said opening l1. _ V V . ‘1 Combined drain and slide ribs l9 are arranged longitudinally as shown on the top of the ‘table? NJ for supporting and facilitating the sliding of press containers 20 thereon. Additional ribs H are interspersed between the ribs 19 under the frame l3—-l4 to furnish furthersupport for the I claim: ' ‘ A . . -A press of the class speci?ed comprising an in gclined draining table in the form of a shallow pan having draining means at its lower end and elevated sliding ribs on its top surface to facili tater the sliding (of a press container thereon; a press’ frame arranged over and around the upper end of said table; and a pressing jack cooperating with said frame to compress material in a con said press containers when they are being sub- 50 tainer resting on said table. jected to pressure. Suitable side guides 227 are ' provided on the uprights l3 to facilitate posi ' REGINALD D. BRADSHAW.