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A118- 2Q, 1946- ' A. s'cHELLE'NBl-:RG 'RINSE WRINGER Filed May l5, ‘1941 2,405,109 Patented Aug. 20, 1946 2,406,109 , UNITED STATES PATENT fo«-1=Flfcle‘.r *I ‘N 2,406,109 RINsE WRINÍGER Albert Schellenberg, Joliet, Ill. Application May 15, 1941, Serial No. 393,522 6 Claims. (Cl. (iS-22) 1 This invention relates to wringers of the type 2 , used in connection with motor driven domestic I also provide an automatic release when un usually thick garments are fed in the wringer. washing machines, and particularly to that type By referring to the description of the release of wringer wherein a rinsing operation is per formed. This application is an improvement on my co-pending application, No. 368,159, filed De cember 2, 1940, now Patent No. 2,358,256, granted mechanism R in the application Serial No. 368,159, it will be appreciated that when the roll 20 is raised @to the point Vwhere it strikes the release mechanism R at P, the top.y frame will be released and the drive to the rolls I4--I5, Sept. 12, 1944. The particular object of the present invention is to provide improved conveyor and rinsing means in the rinse chamber of the wringer. ' Other objects and benefits will be disclosed in the following descriptions and drawing, in which IIS-I1, and 2û will be stopped. rIlhe intake rolls I4 and I 5 are adapted to re ceive the clothes therebetween which are then transmitted over the belt I8 beneath the roller 20, to the discharge rolls I6 and I‘I. The flexi the figure is a cross-sectional elevation view of bility of the belt allows the clothes to be de a rinse wringer having a conveyor belt over the 15 flected by the corrugated periphery ofthe roller 20 so that the clothes are ydeflected laterally of lower rolls and a large intermediate roller co acting with the belt to agitate and rinse garments their direction of movement during their passage through the rinse water, and thus are thoroughly passing between the two sets of rolls. It will be understood that the Wringer, shown saturated with- the rinse water to obtain an ef somewhat diagrammatically inv the foregoing 20 fective rinsing operation. drawing, employs the reversible gear head driv Having thus described my invention, I claim: 1. In a rinse wringer having a rinsing chamber, ing the rolls and conveyor mechanism, the safety means for conveying garments through said rins pressure release for the upper frame, the clutch ing chamber including an impeller roll mounted to stop operations of the rolls and conveyor When pressure is released, the rinse basin overflow, and 25 in the rinsing chamber, said roll being hollow and cylindrical with a corrugated peripheral Wall generally all necessary mechanical structure having perforations at intervals therein. shown in my prior application, Serial No. 368,159, 2. In a rinse wringer having a rinsing cham filed December 2, 1940, now Patent No. 2,358,256, ber, means for conveying garments through said granted Sept. 12, 1944, together with any neces sary modiñcations of this structure as could be 30 rinsing chamber including an impeller roll accomplished by skillful mechanics experienced mounted in the rinsing chamber, said roll being hollow and cylindrical with a corrugated periph in the art. It will be appreciated that the pres eral wall having perforations at intervals there ent application deals with detailed modifications in, and radially extending bailies within said roll of structure with the basic mechanism of the wringer remaining practically the same as shown 35 at the peripheral wall thereof. in the aforesaid application. 3. In a rinse wringer having a rinsing chamber, Now referring to the drawing, I designate the means for conveying garments through said rins - ing chamber including an impeller roll mounted lower frames yby the numeral I0 and the upper in the rinsing chamber, said roll being hollow and frames by the numeral II. The dual pairs of driving rolls in Fig. 1 are designated III-I5 and 40 cylindrical with a corrugated peripheral wall hav ing perforations at intervals therein, radially ex I B-I'L The water level in the rinse chamber in each case is designated by the letter L.y tending baf?les within said roll at the peripheral Now referring to Fig. 1, the belt I8 over the wall thereof, and means within said roll for applying »a rinsing spray toward the peripheral lower rollers I4, I6 co-acts with a large inter mediate roller 20 resiliently mounted on bear 45 wall thereof. 4. In a rinse wringer having a rinsing chamber, ings 22 by compression springs 23. It will be means for conveying garments through said rins appreciated that by this mounting the roller 20 ing chamber including an impeller roll mounted is permitted to move upward when :thick portions in the rinsing chamber, said roll being hollow and of clothing pass thru the rinse chamber. The roller 20 may be either plain or corrugated as 50 cylindrical with a corrugated peripheral wall having 'perforations at intervals therein, and shown at 20’. Mounted interiorly of the roller means Within said roll for applying- a rinsing 20 are baffles 2| which pick up water from the rinse basin, as well as that sprayed'by the spray spray toward the peripheral Wall thereof. tube SI and deliver it through the perforations 2|’ as will be readily understood. 5. In a rinse wringer, a rinsing chamber, an 55 upper frame mounted on the rinsing chamber, a . 2,406,109 Y pair comprising upper and lowerl intake rolls at 4 coacting therewith to form a rinsing chamber, a pair of upper and lower intake rolls at one end of the rinsing chamber, a pair of upper and lower one side of the rinsing chamber, a pair compris ing upper and lower discharge rolls at the oppo-l site side of the rinsing chamber, a conveyor belt discharge rolls at the opposite end of the rinsing extending between the lower rolls of said pairs n chamber, a conveyor belt extending over the of rolls, and roller means’mounted on the upper frame between the pairs of rolls coacting with said belt to agitate and rinse garments, said roller meansïcomprising a hollow irripeller Vroll lower rolls of said pairs of rolls and being driven thereby, and roller means mounted on the upper y frame between the pairs of rolls coacting with A said belt >to agitata and rinse garments, said roller having peripheral corrugations’, said corrugated periphery being perforated at >intervals there-5 10 around. t , o means comprising a hollow impeller roll having peripheral corrugations, said corrugated periph - very being perforated vat intervals therearound. 6. In a rinse wringer, a lower frame, an upper" ` " frame releasably locked on the lower frame and. iff , . ALBERT SCHELLEN'BERG.