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Oct. 29, 1946.
M. JAMIESON ETAL
' 32,410,380
' LABEL SCRAPING ATTA
CHMENT FOR BOTTLE WASHING MACH INES
Filed Dec. 21 , 1944
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' > Application December 21, l94’4,»Serial%No. 569,186
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3 Claims.
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(Cl. 134-104)
This invention relates to bottle washing
suitable substantially triangular frame members
machines and the object is to provide. improved
means for removing the labels which are detached
made of wood or other suitable material. This
provides a bucket-like scraper whose side, rear
machine
casing.
More particularly,
the invention consists in
providing a label scraping attachment which may
be conveniently passed through the front open-
is travelling
in the direction indicated by the
arrow
A.
The attaching members it consist of rods slid
ably mounted in upper and lower brackets 19
ing of the bottle washing machine and quickly 10 carried by the rear member I‘! of scraper 13.
attached to a part of the bottle conveyor so that
These attachlne members are provided, at their
by appropriate operation OI the conveyor the
lower ends, with enlargements 20 and, at their
label scraping attachment may be moved rear-
upper ends, with U-shaped ?ttings 2| adapted to
wardly over the bottom wall of the machine cas-
be ?tted Over One of the 00I1Vey0I‘_ bars H as
ing in scraping contact therewith and will thus- 15 shown and secured in place by set screws 22.
force the labels deposited on said wall toward
In the usual bottle washing machine the clear
the rear end of the machine where the labels are
continuously removed through a door provided
ance B between the front end of bottle conveyor
b and the front wall 5a of casing 5 is less than
Other characteristic features andadvantages 20 the bottle conveyor and the bottom wall 5?) of the
of the invention will be more readily understood
casing. It will thus be seen that a rigid scraper
irom the following detailed description‘ of the
attachment which is long enough to reach from
accompanying drawing, in Which—
the lower run of the bottle conveyor to the bot
Fig. l is a longitudinal sectional view of acontom wall 5b of the casing would be too long to
ventional bottle washing machine and shows our 25 pass through the Clearance Space B- It is for this
improved label scraping attachment secured to a
reason that We provide a Sliding connection
part of the bottle conveyor.
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between the scraper element I3 and its attach
Fig. 2 is an enlarged perspective view of the
ing members l4-
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scraping attachment per se, the part of the botIn applylng our lmprcved scraper attachment
tle conveyor to which it is attached being indi- 30 scraper element '3 and its attaching members l4
cated by dotted lines.
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are passed through the front casing opening 1
In this drawing we have shown only those parts
and the U-shaped ?ttings 2| are ?tted over and
of a conventional bottle washing machine which
fastened to one of the conveyor cross bars H.
are necessary to an understanding of our invenThe sliding connection between scraper l3 and
tion. Such parts comprise the casing 5 and the 35 the attaching members I 4 permits the scraper [3
bottle conveyor generally indicated at 6
to move inwai dly along the members,‘v M to short
The casing 5 18 provided with the usual front
opening 7 normally closed by a hinged door 8
en the overall length of the attachment so that
it w 1 pass downwardly through the relatively
of which is shown) trained around suitable 4O ment, is carried downwardly and rearwardly by
sprockets I0 and carry between them transoperation of the bottle carrier 6 the attaching
members is gradu
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The, scraping attachment provided in a;ccord—
with their enlarged ends 26 di
ance with our invention comprises a scraper ele~
and the scraper element l3 slides downwardly on
merit I3 equipped with attaching members M for 45 the members it until its low
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securing it to one of the transversely extending
comes to rest on the bottom casing wall 5b. The
bars II of the bottle conveyor 6. The scraper
bottle carrier is operated to
element l3 comprises a top member l5, side memrearwardly to a position close to an opening at
versely extending bars ll.
bers l6 and a rear member ll the latter being
e rear end of the casing which is normally
provided with a lower scraping edge I 8. As here 50 closed by a door 24. When the scraper element
shown the top and rear members I5 and I1 conl3 reaches this position the labels which are
rectangular frame members made of wood or
through the door~24. The so
other suitable material.
may then be removed so as not to interfere with '
The side members l8
also consist of wire cloth or netting secured to 55 subsequent bottle washing operations.
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2,410,380
upper ends of said rods, for attaching the same
We
claim!
1. A label scraping attachment of the char
acter described comprising a scraper provided
with vertically disposed guide brackets, verti
cally disposed guide rods extending slidably
through said brackets and equipped, at their low
to a part of the bottle carrier of a bottle wash
ing machine.
3. A label scraping attachment of the char
acter described comprising a, scraper element
including top, side andv rear members, ‘a pair of
vertically extending attachingrods to which the
scraper element is slidably secured for limited
er ends, with stops engageable with certain of
sliding movement in either direction longitudi
said brackets, and means at the upper ends of
nally of said rods, U-shaped ?ttings at the upper
said rods for attaching them to a part of the bot
10 ends of said rods adapted to be ?tted over a part
tle carrier of a bottle washing machine.
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of the bottle carrier of a bottle washing machine,
2. A label scraping attachment of the char
and means carried by said U-shaped ?ttings for
acter described comprising a scraper element
securing them to the aforesaid part of the bottle
comprising top, side and rear members, vertically
extending attaching rods to which the rear
carrier.
MARCEL JAMIESON.
member of the scraper element is slidably secured 15
LAURENT TREMBLAY.
for limited sliding movement in either direction
longitudinally of said rods, and means, at the
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