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OctQZQ, 1946. 7' v
- E_ AGAMAlTE, JR
1 2,410,328
TOILET ROLL DISPENSER
Filed April 9‘, 1945
INVENIOR.
Edward @amaz'zie, Jr,
BY
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2,410,328
Patented Oct. 29, 1946 ‘
~UNlTED STATES PATENT OFFICE i
‘TOILET ROLL DISPENSER
Edward Agamaite, Jr.,< Green Bay, Wis., assignor .
.to Fort Howard Paper Company, Green Bay,
Wis., a corporation of Wisconsin
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Application April 9, 1945, Serial No. 587,323
ll Claims. ( Cl. 242-552)
This invention relates to a new and improved
toilet roll dispenser and more particularly to a
holder for rolls of toilet paper so constructed
as to prevent removal of a roll of paper from
the holder until the roll has been substantially
used up.
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in bore 20 and a slightly larger threaded section
23 ?tting in the slot 21. The nut 24 is screwed
onto the threaded section 23 and engages one end
of the compression spring 25, the opposite end of
which engages the end 26 of slot 2|. The base
to is provided with the locking recess 21, to re
ceive the end of pin portion 22 as shown in Fig
The holder is particularly adapted for use in
public places where unauthorized removal of rolls
of paper results in substantial losses.
ure 2.
rotation thereof.
put out of operation.
The arm ll carries the tubular support mem
It is an object of the present invention to pro 10 ber 28, opposite the support member l2, to re
vide a new and improved toilet roll dispenser or
ceive the opposite end of the roll core IS. The
the like. While the construction is particularly
retarding spring 30 is shown screwed to the arm
adapted for use with rolls of toilet paper, it may
I‘! at a point 3| within the support member 28.
be used with rolls of other materials, such for
This spring 30 has a contact foot 32 engaging the
example, as paper towels.
inside of the roll core [3 to frictionally retard
It is a further object to provide a ?xture of this
rotation of the roll of paper. It will be noted
character provided with means for frictionally
that this retarding mechanism is fully enclosed
restraining the removal of paper from the roll by
by the roll and consequently cannot be manually
It is an additional object to provide a restrain 20
While the arm H has been shown as integral
ing means wholly enclosed by the paper roll and
with the base Hi, this is not essential as it is only
thus guarded against tampering.
important that it be positively held against move
It is also an object to provide a ?xture in which
ment to free the roll, or movement in the coun
the supporting means for the roll carries locking
ter-clockwise direction as seen in Figure 2.
means, the operating element of which is cov 25
In the use of the device, when it is empty, or
ered by the roll of paper.
when only the core I3 remains in place, the nut
It is another object of the invention to pro
24 is uncovered and may be pushed toward the
vide a ?xture which is simple in design and con
free end of the arm I‘? to free the end of the pin
struction and adapted for commercial production
portion 22 from the recess 21 so that the arm Il
and use.
30 may be swung to the dotted line position of Fig
Other and further objects will appear as the
ure 2. This frees the core l3 which may be re
description proceeds.
moved. A new full roll is placed in position on
I have shown a preferred embodiment of my
the support member l2 and the arm I‘! may then
invention in the accompanying drawing, in which
be swung to the full line position of Figure 2.
Figure 1 is a perspective view of the ?xture, 35 The contact foot 32 passes inside the core I3 and
and
engages its inner face. The end of lock pin por
Figure 2 is a plan view, partly in cross section.
In the drawing, the ?xture comprises a base
l0 adapted to be secured by any desired means
to a wall or other support.
tion 22 engages the face of the base I0, compress
ing spring 25 as the arm I‘! is swung and when
it reaches its full line position in Figure 2 the end
The ?xed arm I I 40 of the pin 22 snaps into the recess 21, under pres
extends from one end of the base and is provided
sure of the spring, thus locking the arm I‘! in
with the cylindrical support member l2 sized to
place.
?t loosely within the usual tubular core l3 of a
While I have shown one preferred form of my
roll of toilet paper or the like I4.
invention, this is to be understood to be illus
The opposite end of the base It] is provided 45 trative only as it is capable of modi?cation to
with hinge lugs l5 which ?t in recesses IS in the
meet differing conditions and requirements and
swinging arm H, a hinge pin [8 extending through
I contemplate such variations as come within the
registering bores in the arm and lugs. The outer
spirit and scope of the appended claims.
corner of the inner end of the arm I‘! is round
I claim:
ed as shown at 19 so that the arm may be swung 50
1. A roll supporting ?xture comprising a base,
to the broken line position shown in Figure 2.
an arm ?xed to the base, said ?xed arm carrying
The arm I‘! is provided with a bore 20 com
a roll support member, a swinging arm pivoted to
municating with a slot 2| to receive the arm look
the base and carrying a second roll support mem
ing means. This locking means comprises a slid
ber, and a latch pin carried by the swinging arm
ing lock pin having a reduced portion 22 carried 55 and. adapted to engage the base to latch the arm
2,410,328
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in supporting position, the latch pin having an
actuating member, said member being normally
covered by a roll supported by the ?xture.
2. A roll supporting ?xture comprising a base,
an arm ?xed to the base, said ?xed arm carrying
a roll support member, a swinging arm pivoted
to the b'a's'e‘and‘carrying a second roli‘support
member, and 'alat'ch pin carried by'the swinging
arm and adapted to engage the base to latch
the arm in supporting position, a spring normally
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manually operable means on the pin whereby the
pin may be drawn out of said recess, said manu
ally operable means being adjacent the second
roll support member and normally covered by a
roll carried by the ?xture.
4. A roll supporting ?xture comprising a base,
an arm ?xedto the base, said ?xed arm carrying
a roll support membelyxa swinging arm pivoted
to the base and carrying a second roll support
member, the base having a recess formed therein
adjacent the swinging arm, a sliding lock pin
?tted in the swinging arm, a spring ?tted about
the pin and urging the pin into said recess to
latch the swinging arm in supporting position,
by the ?xture.
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manually operable means on the pin whereby the
3. A roll supporting ?xture comprising a base,
pin may be drawn out of said recess, said manual
an arm ?xed to the base, said ?xed arm carrying
is! operable means being adjacent the second roll
a roll support member, a swinging arm pivoted
support member and normally covered by a roll
to the base and carrying a second roll support
carried by the ?xture, and a retarding member
member, the base having'a recess formed therein
adjacent the swinging arm, a sliding lock pin ?t 20 extending from the second ‘support member to
engagethe inner surface of a roll supported by
ted in the swinging arm, a spring ?tted‘ about the
the ?xture.
pin and urging the pin into said recess to latch
EDWARD AGAMAITE, JR.
the swinging arm in supporting position, and
holding the latch pin in latchedposition, the
latch pin having an actuating member, said mem
ber being normally covered by‘a roll supported
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