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July 23, 1946.
B. P. HENIN
v
22,404,496
MEASURING AND DISPENSING ATTACHMENT FOR CONTAINERS
‘Filed NOV. 12, 1942
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2,404,496
Patented July 23, 1946
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,404,496
MEASURING AND DISPENSING ATTACH
‘
MENT FOR CONTAINERS
Benjamin‘ P. Henin, Bayonne, N. J.
Application November 12, 1942, Serial N 0. 465,351
2 Claims. (01. 222-456)
2
The present invention relates to new and use
moving the cap l3, and by removing both of the
ful improvements in measuring and dispensing
7 caps 9 and I3, the neck 12‘ will vent the container,
V attachments for containers adapted to dispense
while discharging the contents through the tube
’a predetermined portion of material from the
container and has for its primary object to pro
1.
The size of the tube 1 will permit a, rapid
discharge therethrough and the relatively small
diameter of the neck [2 will prevent any great
vide a device of this character of simple and
discharge of the contents therethrough during
practical construction, which is relatively inex
discharge of the upper portion of the inverted
pensive to manufacture and otherwise well adapt
container through the tube 1.
ed for the purposes for which the same is in
The extension sleeve lllmay be adjusted on
10
tended.
‘
the tube 1 to vary the proportions initially dis
Other objects and advantages reside in the
charged through the tube 1 and subsequently
details of construction as more fully hereinafter
discharged through the neck l2.
described and claimed, reference being had to the
Having described the invention, what is claimed
accompanying drawing forming part hereof,
wherein
like
numerals
parts 15 as new is:
l. A measuring and dispensing container in
cluding a lid for the container, a tube projecting
Figure 1 is a side elevational view.
through the lid and open at each end, said tube
Figure 2 is a top plan View.
projecting into the container a distance substan
Figure 3 is a vertical sectional view.
Figure 4 is a vertical sectional view of a modi 20 tially equidistantly of the top and bottom of the
container, a cap removably secured on the outer
?ed form of measuring and dispensing attach
end of the tube, a sleeve mounted for vertical
ment, and
adjustment on the inner end of the tube to form
Figure 5 is a similar view showing a modi?ed
an extension thereon, a neck carried by the lid,
form of cap construction for the container.
Referring now to the drawing in detail and 25 and a cap removablyv secured on said neck, said
tube being adapted to initially discharge a pre
with particular reference to Figures 1 to 3, in
determined portion of the contents of the con
clusive, the numeral 5 designates a container
tainer when in an inverted position and upon
adapted to hold ?uent material and preferably
removal of both of said caps, and said neck func
made of glass or other transparent material and
30 tioning as a vent during such initial discharge
having a cap 6 threaded thereon.
of the contents and to subsequently function as
Projecting through the cap 6 is a tube 1, the
a pouring means for discharging the remainder
tube being secured in position by solder or the
of the contents, the adjustment of said sleeve
like 8. The tube 1 is open at each end and the
upper end of the tube is closed by a threaded . varying the proportions initially and subse
cap 9 while the lower end of the tube is exter 35 quently discharged.
2. A measuring and dispensing container in
nally threaded as shown at I!) for receiving a
cluding a lid for the container, a tube project
sleeve l I threaded thereon to provide an adjust
ing through the lid and open at each end, said
able extension for the lower end of the tube. I
tube projecting into the container a distance
The cap 6 isalso formed with a reduced open
ing or neck 12 having a cap l3 threaded thereon. 40 substantially equidistantly of the top and bottom
of the container, a cap removably secured on the
In the form of the invention illustrated in
outer end of the tube, a sleeve threaded on the
Figures 4 and 5, the container I4 is constructed
inner end of the tube for vertical adjustment
of metal or other opaque material and the cap
thereon to form an extension for the tube, a neck
I5 is frictionally ?tted thereon. The tube desig
nated at l6 also has the cap I‘! frictionally ?tted 45 carried by the lid, and a cap removably secured
on said neck, said tube being adapted to initially
on its upper end and the adjustable extension
discharge a predetermined portion of the con
at the lower end of the tube is omitted.
tents of the container when in ._an inverted posi
Likewise in Figure 5 of the drawing the reduced
tion and upon removal of both of the caps, and
neck is omitted from the cap I8.
In the use of the device, the container is in 50 said neck functioning as‘ a vent during such
initial discharge of the contents and to subse
verted, the cap 9 removed and substantially one
quently function as a pouring means for dis
half of that portion of the contents above the
charging the remainder of the contents, the adsleeve ll of the inverted container may then be
throughout and in which:
refer
to
like
1
discharged through the tube 1. The remainder
justment of said sleeve varying the proportions
of the contents may be subsequently or sepa
initially and subsequently discharged.
rately discharged through the neck I2 by re
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