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`Sept. 17, 1946.
2,407,793
R. A. MITCHELL.V
BOTTLE CAP OR JAR COVER REMOVER
Filed sept. 2, 1943
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Sept. 1,7, 1946.
R. A. MITCHELL
2,407,793
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Application September 2, 1943, Serial No. 500,969
3 Claims. (Cl. {i1-3.46)
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,'This invention relates to a bottle cap or jar
closure remover, and aims to provide a device of
this character Ywherein a direct upward pull will
be directed to one edge of a bottle cap` or can
closure to remove the sameiupon ‘downward pres
sure being directed to the operating lever of the
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commodates the pivotpin II, whereby theA arm
is pivotally and slidably mounted with respect to
the body portion. One end of theY lifting arm 9
extends downwardly and is notched providing a
lip I2 adapted to extend under the annular flange
tool.
Another important object of the invention is to
of the usual can closure that is held in position
on a can by frictional contacttherev'vitlh.` The
provide an `opener of this character wherein a
downward pressure in a direct line, will be di
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>is formed with an elongated opening I9 that ac
opposite end of the lifting arm 9"is formed'into a
10 handle I3 so that the arm may be readily and
rected‘to one edge of the cap, to insure against
easily manipulated `to properly adjust thel _arm
`‘the breaking or- distortion ofthe bottle or_can
from which the cover is being removed, during
upper edge of the lifting arm 9 is formed“ with
the operation of the tool.
" Still another object of the invention is to pro
vide a cap or cover'remover which will be readily -
and easily adjusted, eliminating the necessity of
operating adjusting screws or bolts to‘accomplish
the‘adjustment.
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and jaw, forvarious sized caps or covers.`> -The
teeth I4,~for purposes to be hereinafter more fully
described. It` might be further stated that the
lower end of " the body portion 5 is substantially
widefand _has a depending lip l5 providing‘a
shoulder at its point of connection‘with the body
portionfthe shoulder and lip being designed to
-l With the foregoing ’and other objects in view 20 ñt over one edge andthe upper surface'of the
which will appear as the description proceeds, the
invention consists of certain novel details of con
struction and combinations of parts hereinafter
cap which is to be removed.
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The operating handle of the tool is indicated by_
the reference` character I6 and is formed at one
more `fully described and pointed out in the
end of the pressure lever I8 that¿is pivotally
claims, it being understood that changes may be
mounted between the members of the body por
made‘in the construction and arrangement of
tion, at I'I, the forward end of the lever Iì’ß being
parts without departing from the spirit of the‘in
extended downwardly and rearwardly, where it
vention as claimed.
has pivotal connection with the link I9 that in
vReferring to the drawings:
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turn has pivotal connection with the `link 20
Figurel is an elevational view of a can top or 30 which is also pívotally mounted between the
cover remover.
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members of the body portion. Pivotally con'
Figure 2‘is a sectional view takenon line 2_2
nected to one end of the link 29, is an armv2I
of Fig. 1.
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which is formed with an opening to accommodate
'i Figure 3 is an elevational view of a modified
the lifting arm 9, the opening being appreciably
form of the invention especially designed for use D: Ul wider'than the width of the lifting arm 9; to perf
in` removing crimped bottle caps.
mit of free movement of the lifting arm 9 within
Figure Llis a sectional'view taken on line ll-»d
the opening to permit the adjustment of the lift
of Fig. 3.
ing arm 9 to be made with facility. ’
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l .Figure 5 is a fragmental end elevational view
Teeth'22 are provided along one end of the
of the bottle ca_p remover.
VFigure 6 is a sectional view taken substantially
on line 6_6 of Fig. 3.
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opening of the arm 2I, the teeth being designed
Referring to the drawings in detail the body
portion of the tool, is indicated generally by the
forced downwardly during the cap-removing'ïop
to engage teeth I4 of the arm `9`to prevent slipping
of the arm 2|, when the operating handle is «
eration.
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reference character 5 and comprises a pair of 45 A coiled spring indicated at 23 has one of its
members connected by means of »the rivets VIi, the
ends connected to the link 20 at a point beyond
rivets 6 also acting as spacers to maintain the
the pivot point of the link 29, the opposite end
members of which the body portion is con
of the coiled spring being secured to the body
structed, in proper spaced relation with respect
portion 5. This spring will act to return the arm
to each other.
50 2I and handle I6 to their normal positions after
The upper ends of the members are tapered
they have been operated to lift the can cover
as at 'I to be extended into the handle 8.
from the can.
Slidably mounted between the members of the
Secured to the forward end of the arm 9, ad
body portion 5, at a point adjacent to the lower ' jacent to the lip l2, is a blade 24 and a guide
end of the body portion, is a lifting arm 9 which 55 linger 25 which is offset with respect to the blade,
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the guide finger being disposed directly above` the
blade and spaced therefrom, so that the blade
may be used in cutting Athe usual can top from
a can, thereby providing a can-opening tool ca
pable of removing various types of can closures.
In the form of the invention as shown by Fig.
3 of the drawings, the body portion of the opener
is indicated by the reference character 26 and
also embodies a pair of connected members
formed with cut-out portions which, when the
members are secured together, provide an open
ing for the arm 21 which is formed with an elon
gated opening 28 that accommodates the pivot
pin 29 that is supported on the body portion,
and extends across the opening. Thus it will be
seen that due to this construction, the arm 21
may be moved forwardly, and then returned to
the position as shown by Figs. 3, whereby the
leverage will be appreciably increased.
The body portion is formed with a wide curved
lip 29' which' is adapted to fit over one edge of
a bottle cap, the lip being of a length to extend
to the usual bead of a bottle, directly under the
cap, as shown by Fig. 3.V Teeth 30 are formed
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I4 of the lifting arm 9 to grip the latter arm and
move same downwardly. This downward pres
sure forces .the body portion into close engage
ment with' one edge of the cap, while the lip I2
moves upwardly under the cap, prying the cap
from its position on the jar or bottle on which
it is located.
What is claimed is:
1. A jar cap remover comprising a body por
10 tion, one end of the body portion adapted to rest
on a jar cap, a transversely disposed lifting arm
pivotally connected with the body portion, one
end of said lifting arm adapted to engage under
a jar cap to be removed, a substantially vertical
15. arm having an elongated opening through
which the lifting arm extends, a link pivotally
connected with the body portion and to which
th'e substantially vertical arm is pivotally con
nected, a pressure arm pivotally mounted on the
20 body portion, a link connecting said pressure
arm and the link connected with the substan
tially vertical arm, whereby pressure directed to
the pressure arm operates to lift the cap-engag
ing end of the horizontal arm, and a coiled spring
directly above the lip 29’ and are adapted to bite 25 connected with the body portion and pivoted
link, said spring adapted to normally pull the
into the bottle cap to prevent slipping of the
tool, when pressure is directed to the arm 21
>in removing the cap.
The body portion is also formed with a de
pending ñnger 3| which has a. rearwardly curved
vertical arm upwardly.
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2. A jar cap remover comprising a vertica
body portion, one end of the body portion adapt
ed to rest on a jar cap, a lifting arm having>
cap-engaging portion 32 adapted to lit directly
an elongatedopening, a pin extending from the
under one edge of the cap being removed.
A ch'ain indicated at 33', has connection with
the body portion 2E, near the upper end thereof,
body portion and being fitted in. the elongated
opening adjustably connecting the body portion
and lifting arm, a cap-engaging lift Vformed on
the opposite end of the chain being secured to 35 one end of the lifting arm, said lifting arm hav
ing teeth' formed along ‘the upper edge thereof,
the arm 21, by means of thevcollar 33. By ad
an arm having an opening through which the
justing the arm 21 with respect to the Vbody por
lifting arm extends and having teeth adapted to
tion, Various degrees of leverage may be provided.
engage the teeth of the lifting arm adjustably
Secured to the depending finger 3l of the body
portion, is a blade 34 and a guide finger 35 di 40 connecting the lifting armV and` arm `through
which the lifting arm extends, `a pressure arm
rectly thereabove, whereby the `device may be
pivotally connected with the body portion, and
used for cutting out the top of the ordinary can,
links connecting the pressure arm and ¿arm
to open the can.
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through which the lifting arm extends, whereby
'I‘h‘e cap-engaging portion 32 is formed with a
.plurality of substantially triangular lugs 36 of 4.5 the cap-engaging end of the lifting arm is ele
vated when the pressure arm is forced down
sizes to ñt Within the recesses or openings formed
wardly.
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by the crimping machine in crimping the bottle
3. A jar cap remover comprising a verticalV
cap in position. A corkscrew indicated at 31 is
body portion, a handle formed at the upper end
pivotally mounted on the arm 21. In operation,
these lugs 36 will operate to prevent twisting of 50 of the body portion, the lower end of the body
portion adapted to rest'on a jar cap being- re
the cap to break the bottle, when excessive pres
sure is directed to the tool in removing the cap.
,From the foregoing it will be seen that due to
the construction shown andA described, thearm
B may be adjusted with respect to the body por
tion 5, to adapt the device for use in removing
moved, a lifting arm having a lip at one of its
ends, adapted to fit under the cap, means> for
pivotally connecting the lifting arm to the’body
portion, a pressure arm pivotally connected with'
the body portion below the handle thereof, and
caps of various sizes. It will also be seen that
because of this adjustment of the arm 9, the
means for exerting downward pressure on one
y end of the lifting arm, lifting the cap-engaging
maximum leverage may be attained at all times,
regardless of the size of cap being removed.
As the operating handle I6 of the device is
end thereof, said means embodying an arm ad
justable along the lifting arm and pivotedlinks
connecting the pressure armand last mentioned
. forced downwardly, it will be obvious that a
downward pressure will be directed to the arm
2| which in turn will cooperate with the teeth
arm.
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ROSCOE A. MITCHELL..
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