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2,408,703
Patented Oct. 1, 1.946
ES PATENT ‘o1-‘Fics `
’ 'f 2,408,703 .
f WALLIBRACKET roirtïKrroIrEN U'rENslLs
>AHenryKJv. VTalgefand William J. Landry, Kansas
~ City, Mo., assignors to `lohn C. Hockery, Foster.y
L. Talge,-and Henry J. Talge, doing business
as Rival Manufacturing Company,. Kansas
pity, Mo.
ApplicationV November 30, 1945, Serial-Ño. 631,874
' 2 claims.
1
A VThis invention relates to improvements in wall
(orma-28a) "
of the lower portion, of the Vtubular lsupport iûb.
In otherword‘s, the hole through thelock plate
brackets for kitchen utensils and refers more
has a shape whichv fits the lower end of the tubu
particularly to» brackets for mounting such uten
silsas can,` bottle and jar openers which must be f lar member when4 thememloerV and hole are
rigidly positioned in the bracket while held nor- .~ brought in_to registration. The particular shape
of the- aperture and registering ’portion of the
mal» or at'right angles to the wall and when not
in use swung to either side so the utensil is posi
tubularwmember isrof little importance so long
tioned substantially parallel with the wall.
Anpobject ofthe invention, therefore, is to pro
vide a simple,~rigid bracket for holding the uten
asrthey ?ltj snugly in registration to hold the uten
sil-rigid and are >easily,disengaged when the uten
ing the invention upon which a can opener is
sides of the tubular member in a manner that
sil is vto be swungv to one side. y
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To mount they bracket'on the wall the pin Il
sil ñxedly in position while it is ‘being used and
is removed from the upper and lower supporting
one which permits a housewife to easily disengage
plate of the bracket at which time the bracket
the locking mechanism and swing the utensil to
may be separated from the utensil. Screws are
an out-of-the-way position.
A further object is to provide a construction 15 inserted in the holes I3 of the bracket and the
rear plate of the bracket rigidly screwed to the
which is inexpensive, one which is easily assem
wall. The tubular end of the utensil is then
bled and disassembled, has few working parts and
placed between the upper and lower support
may be readily mounted upon the wall.
plates of the bracket and the pivot pin Il in
Other and further objects will appear from the
following description.
20 serted, ñrst through the hole in the upper support
plate, thence through the tubular portion Ißb of
In the accompanying drawing which forms a
the utensil, through the aperture in the lock plate
part of the instant specification and is to be
and finally through the lower support plate iZb.
read in conjunction therewith, and in which like
The upper and lower plates I2a and IZb of the
reference numerals indicate like parts in the var
25 bracket serve as the pivot bearings for the pin.
ious views,
The flattened surfaces 10c are milled into the
Fig. 1 is a side elevation of a bracket embody
the lower end of the tubular member registers
with the aperture in the lock plate only when the
Fig. 2 is a top plan of the device -shown in Fig. l,
Fig. 3 is a view taken along the line 3-3 in Fig. 30 utensil l0 is normal with the plane of the wall.
In that position the lower end of the tube drops
1 in the direction of the arrows, and
into the aperture of the lock plate as shown in
Fig. 4 is a View taken along the line 4_4 in Fig.
Figs. 1 and 3. When it is desired to swing the
1 in the direction of the arrows.
,
utensil lsideways in a position substantially par
Referring to the drawing, at I0 is shown a can
opener having a support plate lila. The end of 0) Ul allel to the wall the utensil is lifted slightly until
the end of the tubular member disengages the
the plate Ilia. is formed into a hollow cylindrical
lock plate aperture when it can be swung easily
or tubular member 10b. The tubular member
on the pivot pin to either side and there supported j
surrounds a removable pin i I carried by support
with the bottom of the tubular member Ißb rest
plates I2a and 12b of the bracket l2. The wall
plate of the bracket is pierced with> holes I3 at 40 ing upon the top surface of the lock plate with
mounted,
Y
the formed end out of engagement with the lock
convenient locations through which screws are
plate aperture. When the utensil is to be used
.inserted to hold the bracket rigidly upon the wall.
it is »swung out to a position of right angles to
The upper and lower forwardly extending Isup
the wall 'when the milled end of the tube drops
port plates 12a and 42h are perforated to receive
the pin H which has an enlarged head l la, which 45 into lock plate aperture and holds the utensil '
rigidly in position.
seats against the top of the upper support plate.
Thus it will be _seen the bracket provides a
The lower portion of the cylindrical mem-ber
simple, rugged and easily demountable support
Hlb has flat surfaces IGC milled into the opposite
for holding the utensil rigidly' in position when
sides of its cylindrical surface giving the tubular
support lDb a cross sectional shape at its lower
end as shown in Fig. 4.
Welded or otherwise rigidly attached to the
lower bracket plate l2b is a _lock plate I4. rlC-his
lock plate is apertured by a hole which has the
in use and permitting the utensil to be swung
readily to .an out-of-the-way position by simply
manually lifting the utensil to disengage the reg
istering parts of the utensil and locking plate.
From the foregoing it will be seen that this in
same configuration as the cross sectional shape 55 vention is one well :adapted to attain all of the
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ends and objects hereinabove set forth together
with other advantages which are obvious and
positions only when it is out of said well, and an
elongated device rigidly secured at one end to
which are inherent to the structure.
It will be understood that certain features and
subcombinations are of utility and may be em
said sleeve so said device is normal to the wall
when said lower end of said sleeve is in said well.
2. A'pivotal support for a kitchen utensil com
prising a bracket adapted to be secured to the
ployed without reference to other features and
subcombinations. This is contemplated by and
is within the scope of the claims.
As many possible embodiments may be made
wall, said bracket having a pair of vertically
spaced horizontal ears extending forward from
said wall, vertically aligned apertures in the re
of the invention without departing from -the 10 spective ears, a vertical hinge pin in said aper
tures and having a head at its upper end whereby
scope thereof it is to be understood that all mat
ter herein set forth or shown in thea'ccornpany
it normally depends from the upper ear, said
pin 'being displaceable upwardly to remove same
ing drawing is to be interpreted :as illustrative
from the bracket, 'the lower ear having, around
and not in a limiting sense.
Having thus described our invention, We claim: 15 said pin, a shallow well with a noncircular top
opening, a sleeve encircling said pin in the region
1. A pivotal support for a kitchen utensil, com
betweensaid ears and having at its lower end a
prising a bracket adapted to vbe secured to the
noncircular exterior periphery adapted to regis
wall, said bracket having a pair of vertically
ter with the top opening of said well when said
spaced horizontal ears extending forward from
the wall, a hinge _pin carried by said ears so its 20 sleeve occupies a particular rotary position,
whereby said sleeve is movable axially of said
shank extends vertically from one ear to the
pin in or out of said 'well when it is in said par
other, the lower lear having, around said pin,
ticulai- rotary position and is rotatable to other
a shallow well with'a noncircular top opening, a
positions only when it is out of said well, and an
sleeve encircling said pin :and having at its lower
elongated device -rigidly secured at one end to
end a noncircular exterior periphery adapted to
register with the top opening of said well when
said sleevel so said device 'is normal to the wall
> said sleeve occupies a particular rotary position,
when the lower end of said sleeve is in said well.
whereby said sleeve is movable axially of said
HENRY J. VTALG‘E.
pin in or out of said vwell when it is in said par
ticular rotary position and is rotatable to other
WILLIAM J. LANDRY.
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