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Dec. 17, 1946.
2,412,567
J. c. ‘DoDD
` PAINT BUCKET LADDER ÈRACKET
Filçd Dec. ‘7, 1945
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Patented Dec. 17, 1946
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lUNITED STATES PATENT GFFICE
2,412,567
PAINT BUCKET LADDER BRACKET
Joseph C. Dodd, Orlando, Fla.
Application December 7, 1945, Serial No. 633,308
4 Claims.
(Cl. 248-210)
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vThis invention relates to a paint bucket bracket
or support designed for use with ladders, an im
upwardly from the rear edges of the flanges 8,
the elongated openings being of widths to re
portant object being to provide a support of this
ceive a rung of a ladder to secure the support in
character which will support a paint bucket in
an upright position on a leaning ladder, thereby
position.
Rising from the front end of the lower section
5 is a bar I! which diverges towards its upper
end providing a wide band engaging section
which is riveted to the band l2 by means of
rivets I3. Extending from the band are arms
i4 that have right-angled ends l5 riveted to the
rear section ii, by means of the rivets I'B.
The location of the band l2 is such that a paint
bucket positioned therein, will rest on the upper
preventing waste of the paint caused by han
dling or moving the ladder when the paint bucket
is full or substantially full of paint.
Another object of the invention is to provide
a support of this character for supporting paint
buckets which will hold the paint bucket sup
ported therein, rigid, with respect to the ladder,
so that the painter will have ready access to the
paint in the bucket.
Still another object of the invention is to pro
vide a support which will not swing when posi
surface of the lower section 5 of the bracket, the
band preventing displacement of the bucket held
in the support.
tioned on a ladder, and one which may be used
In ordei- that the device may be conveniently
at either side of the ladder, for the convenience
handled, a bail Il is provided, the bail »having
of the painter using the device.
its ends extending through openings in the
With the foregoing and other objects in view 20 band l2.
which will appear as the description proceeds,
the invention consists of certain novel details of
From the foregoing it will be seen that due to
the construction> shown and described, I have
provided a paint bucket support which may be
readily positioned over one of the side bars of a
construction and combinations of parts, herein
after more fully described and pointed out in
the claims, it being understood that changes may
be made in the construction and arrangement of
parts without departing from the spirit of the
ladder at a point adjacent to one of the rungs of
the ladder, where the elongated opening receives
the rung. The support will be held against twist
invention as claimed.
ing, as well as downward movement due to this
Referring to the drawing:
construction.
It might be further stated that with applica-nt’s
support, the paint bucket which contains the
paint used by painters, will be so located that
the painter will have easy access to the paint,
Figure 1 is an elevational View of a paint bucket
support for use with ladders, constructed in ac
cordance with the invention.
Figure 2 is a plan view thereof illustrating the
support as positioned on a ladder.
Figure 3 is a front elevational view of the sup
port.
Referring to the drawing in detail, the device
comprises a body portion including the lower
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to facilitate the painting operation.
'What is claimed is:
l. A paint bucket support for ladders, com
prising a lower section and a rear section extend
ing upwardly at an obtuse angle with respect
section 5 and upper rear section 6, the sections
5 and 6 being constructed of sheet metal mate 40 to the lower section, each section embodying
spaced flanges adapted to ñt over the side bar of
rial bent to provide side flanges l and 8 respec
a ladder, the ñanges of the rear section having
tively, the flanges l and 8 of each section being
elongated openings extending inwardly from one
parallel and spaced apart a distance to permit
edge thereof, said openings adapted to accom
the ilanges to be positioned over the side bar
of a ladder.
The flanges 8 of the rear section
modate a rung of a ladder, and a band .secured
6 extend between the flanges l of the lower sec
tion 5, where they are riveted to the flanges 'l
to the support in spaced relation with the lower
section, in which a paint bucket is positioned.
2. A paint bucket support for ladders, com
by means of rivets 9.
The rear section 5 is dis
prising a lower section and a rear section, spaced
posed at an obtuse angle with respect to the upper
surface of the lower section 5, so that when the 515 flanges formed on the sections, said spaced flanges
support is positioned on a ladder which is lean
adapted to ñt over the side bar of a ladder, means
ing against a building or other surface, the upper
surface of the lower section 5 will be substan
for securing the support against movement longi
tially horizontal.
Elongated openings l0 extend inwardly and
tudinally of the ladder, a band secured-to the
support in spaced relation with the lower sec
tion and within which a paint bucket is posi
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tioned, the paint bucket resting on the lower
the lower section providing a support for a paint
bucket positioned within the band.
section, and a bail secured to the band.
3. A paint bucket support for ladders, com
prising a lower sectionv and a rear section se
cured to the lower section, the rear section being
disposed at an obtuse angle with respect to the
4. A paint bucket support for ladders, com
prising a lower section and a rear section, said
sections embodying spaced flanges, the flanges of
lower section, said support adapted to be posi
the rear section being disposed between the
ñanges of the lower section and secured thereto,
tioned on a, side bar of a ladder, said support
a band secured t0 the rear section, an arm ex
having elongated openings extending inwardly
tending upwardly from the free end of the lower
and upwardly from one edge thereof and adapted 10 section, said arm being connected to the band
supporting the forward portion of the band, and
to accommodate a rung of a ladder, a band se
means for securing the support in position on a
cured to the rear section and over-lying the up
per surface of the lower section in spaced rela
ladder.
JOSEPH C. DODD.
tion therewith, said band and upper surface of
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