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Nov. 19, 1946.
R. M. CUMMINS
2,411,193
FREEZING ‘TRAY
Filed Feb. 20, 1945
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Patented Nov. 19, 1946
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ammo STATES PATENT 'oFFlcE
2,411,193
msazmo TRAY
Roy M. Cumniins, Akron, Ohio
Application February 20, 1945, Serial No. 578,828
2 Claims.
(01. 62-1085)
The present invention relates to refrigeration
the lower ends of tubular members 1 extending
and more particularly to freezing trays for use
downwardly in spaced apart relation from an
in the freezing chambers of domestic refrigerators
upper clamping plate 8 having openings 9 there
for making ice in the trays.
in in alignment with the tube to provide an open '
An important object of the present invention
upper end therefor.
is to provide a freezing tray of this character
A gasket ill or rubber or other suitable mate
in which the ice is frozen in cylindrical form
rial is placed in the recesses 8 in engagement with
whereby to facilitate its use in vacuum bottles.
the lower end of the tube to provide a liquid tight
It is also an object of the invention to con
seal at the lower ends of the tubes.
struct the freezing tray of a form adapted for 10 The clamping plates 5 and 8 as well as the tubes
‘} freezing the ice in cube form, or in any other I 7 maybe constructed of any suitable material
desired shape.
and where such parts are constructed of molded
A further object of the invention is to-provide
or ?brous material a metallic sleeve may be em"
a freezing tray of this character embodying a
bedded in the lower clamping plate 5 in which
plurality of spaced apart tubular members in 16 the lower end of a bolt I2 is threadedly engaged,
which the ice is frozen together with means for
the upper end of the bolt ‘extending upwardly
detachably mounting the tubular members in
liquid tight engagement with a bottom plate
- through the upper clamping plate 8 and secured
thereto by means of a wing nut iii of substantially
?at construction and provided with a relatively
' whereby to facilitate the removal of the ice from
the tray.
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20 thick central portion I4 countersunk in the top
A further object of the invention is to provide
a device of this character of simple and practical
construction, which is e?lcient and reliable in
use, relatively inexpensive to manufacture and
otherwise well adapted for the purposes for which 25
of the upper clamping plate 8, as shown to ad
vantage in Figure 9 of the drawing. To the ends
of the loweryclamping plate 5 are pivotally at
tached‘ the lower ends of clamping bolts I5
adapted for swinging outwardly at the ends of the
the same is intended.
tray and providing slots I 6 at the ends of the
Other objects and advantages reside‘ in the
upper clamping plate 8 for receiving the upper
details of construction and operation ‘ as more
portions of the bolts in clamping engagement
' fully hereinafter described and claimed, reference
therewith by wing nuts I‘! threaded on the upper
being‘ had to the accompanying drawing form 30 ends of the bolts ii.
ing part hereof, wherein like numerals refer to
The tubes 1 may be constructed of cylindrical
like parts throughout, and in which
formation as illustrated in Figures 1 to 4 inclu-,
Figure 1 is a top plan view,
sive, or the tubes may be of square shape in cross
, Figure 2“ is a side elevational view,
Figure 3 is an end elevational view,
Figure 4 is an enlarged fragmentary sectional
view taken substantially on a line 4—4 of Figure 1,
Figure 5 is an enlarged fragmentary sectional
section as illustrated at l8 in Figure 6 of the draw
- ing and adapted to have their lower ends inserted
in complementary-shaped recesses in the ‘lower
clamping‘ plate.
By clamping the upper clamping plate 8 and
view of the lower end of the centerclamping bolt, - ‘
ends of the tubes 1 in recesses in the lower
Figure 6 is a fragmentary top plan view of a 40 lower
clamping plate a liquid-tight seal will be provided
‘modi?ed tray construction,
Figure '7 is a fragmentary side elevational view .
thereof,
therefor whereby to prevent the escape of water
when placed in the tubes.
After the water has become frozen the tubes 1
Figure 8 is a fragmentary side elevational view
may be removed by releasing the bolts 12 and I5
showing the ice forming tube removed from the 45 and lifting the tubes and upper clamping plate
bottom, clamping plate, and
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8 upwardly in the manner as illustrated in Figure
Figure 9 is a fragmentary sectional view taken
8 of the drawing.
I vsubstantially on a line e—e of Figure 2.
In view 01" the foregoing description taken in
I _ Referring now to the drawing in detail wherein
. ‘for the purpose of illustration I have disclosed
a preferred‘embodiment of the invention, the
“numeral ‘15 designates a bottom clamping plate
‘of elongated construction and formed in its upper
surface with a plurality of annular recesses 8.
_The recesses 6 are adapted to loosely receive
conjunction with the accompanying drawing it is
believed that a clear understanding of the con
struction, manner'of use and advantages of the
device will be quite apparent to those skilled in the
art.
A more detailed description thereof is ac
cordingly deemed unnecessary.
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It is tobe understood however, that even though
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l‘. have herein shown and described a preferred
embodiment oi.’ my invention. that the same is
susceptible to certain changes fully comprehended
by the spirit oi’ the invention as herein described,
- and the scope of the appended claims.
Having thus described the invention, what I
claim is:
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tubes for closing said lower ends, and bolts secur
ing the plates to each other.
' . 2. A freezing tray for refrigerators comprising
upper and lower elongated plates, said upper
plates having a plurality of openings, tubes formed
on the under side of the upper plate beneath the
openings, said lower plate having a plurality of '
recesses adapted to receive the lower ends 01' the
tubes for closing said lower ends. and bolts secur
fupper and lower elongated plates, said upper plate
having a plurality of openings, tubes formed on 10 ing the ends and an intermediate portion of the
plates to each other. . '
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the under side of the upper plate beneath the
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ROY M. CUMMIN»S. v
0. said lower plate having a plurality of
1. A freezing tray for refrigerators comprisin
recesses adapted to receive the lower ends or the '
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