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May 14, 1963
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P. s. VOSBIKIAN ETAL
MOPS WITH EXTRACTING MECHANISM
Filed April 18', 1962
3,089,171
United States Patent 0” "ice
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Patented May 14, 1963
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arms 11 at the upper end of an extractor 12 in the form
3,089,171
MGPS WITH EXTRACTING MECHANISM
Peter S. Voshikian, Melrose, Pa, and Thomas S. Vos
bihian, Philadelphia, Pa. (both of 20th and Oxford
Sta, Philadelphia, Pa.)
Filed Apr. 18, 1962, Ser. No. 183,398
1 Claim. (Cl. 15-119)
of an elliptically shaped ring having a slot or gap 13
opening through its bottom. The inner wall of the ring
at both sides of the gap is provided with a groove 14 for
the reception of a gap closure 15. One end of the gap
closure is offset and pivoted at 16 to the extractor at one
side of its gap. The upper face of the gap closure is
shown as curved to form when the gap closure is in closed
Mops are now on the market having a strand type mop
position a continuation of the inner wall of the ring. The
head with the extractor in the form of a split ring pivot 10 opening movement of the gap closure is limited by the
ally supported on a longitudinally movable rod and with
contact of its offset portion contacting an end wall of the
cam means to move the extractor ‘downwardly over the
groove 14.
mop handle into aligned position wtih the mop head for
In order that the .gap in the extractor may be narrow ,
the extracting movement of the extractor.
the mop handle in rear of the mop head is in the form
The mop handle must have sufficient strength for the 15 of a rectangular bar 17. A cam 18 mounted on the bar
mopping operation and it has been found to be desirable
17 extends over the rear end of the rnop head, and the
to reduce the size of the portion of the mop handle in
rear wall of the cam has a cam face 19' extending down
rear of the mop head ‘by forming such portion of a bar of
wardly and ‘forwardly in the form of an inclined plane
material. This enables one to reduce the width of the slot
extending above and below the bar 17. The bar 17 is
or gap in the extractor. If this slot or gap is wider than
the mop handle, there is a possibility of strands of the mop
head passing through the slot :or gap and becoming en
tangled with the extractor.
The object of this invention is to devise novel gap clos
ing means which is automatically controlled.
A further object of the invention is to devise a novel
construction and arrangement of a cam which moves the
connected with the mop head in any desired manner and
the rear end of the bar is ?xed to- the main portion of
the mop handle by a fastener 20‘. The guide 9 is cham
bered to receive the 1bar and main portion of the mop
handle, and the guide is aligned on the mop handle by a
25 rib 21 extending into the groove 3 in the mop handle.
In the operation, the gap closure is automatically
opened by contact with the bar 17, and is preferably auto
gap closure into- its closed position prior to the extracting
rnatically closed by the cam 13 as will now be explained.
stroke of the extractor over the mop head, said cam also
We will assume that the parts have been returned after
moving the extractor towards the mop handle so that the 30 the extracting stroke of the extractor to the position
gap closure is opened by contact with the mop handle.
shown in FIGURES 1 and 2. The operator moves the
Other novel features of construction and advantage will
extractor sleeve 5 forwardly together with rod 7 and ex
hereinafter appear in the detailed description.
tractor 12. The lower end of the extractor contacts the
For the purpose of illustrating the invention, we have
cam face v19 to cause the extractor to swing downwardly
shown in the accompanying drawings a preferred embodi 35 and the bar 17 will cause the gap closure 15 to move
ment of it which we have found in practice will give satis
factory and reliable results. It is, however, to be under
from the position seen in FIGURE 5 to that seen in FIG
URE 6 ‘and the extractor will pass over the bar. The
extractor is passing over the cam 18 and the cam face
stood that the various instrumentalities of which the in
vention consists can ‘be variously arranged and organized,
19 at its lower portion will press against the gap closure
and the invention is not limited, except by the scope of 40 and positively move it downward into closed position.
the appended claim, to the exact arrangement and organ
As the extractor proceeds over the cam, the bottom Wall
ization of these instrumentalities as herein set forth.
FIGURE 1 is a top plan view of a mop having extrac
tor mechanism embodying our invention.
of the cam maintains the gap closure in closed position.
The extractor is now in aligned position with the mop
head and moves forwardly over the strands to extract the
FIGURE 2 is a section on line 2-4; of FIGURE 1. 45 water therefrom.
FIGURE 3 is a sectional detail showing the cam closing
On the return or rearward stroke of the extractor after
the gap closure.
FIGURE 4 is a section on line 4-4’ of FIGURE 5.
an extracting operation, the extractor swings upwardly in
passing over the mop head, the rod 7 having a clearance
in the hole ‘8 in the guide 9 to permit upward movement
FIGURE 5 is a front elevation of the extractor partly
broken away to show the gap closure in closed condi 50 of the rod and extractor. The extractor passes rear
tion and the mop handle in position to cause the opening
wardly over the cam 18 and swings downwardly into con
of the gap closure.
tact with the bar 17 ready for the next extracting stroke.
FIGURE '6 is a ‘view similar to FIGURE 5 but showing
The use of the gap closure prevents the mop strands
the mop handle opening the gap closure.
from becoming entangled with the extractor, and also
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Similar numerals of reference indicate corresponding
provides a more complete squeezing action.
parts.
The gap closure when released by the bar moves down
Referring to the drawings.
A strand type mop head 1 is connected with a mop
handle .2 having a longitudinal groove -3 into which a pin
wardly but due to dirt being present does not always close
and we therefore prefer to have the cam ensure the
closing.
4 extends, the pin being connected with an extractor han 60
Having thus described our invention, What we claim
dle 5 in the form of a grasping sleeve adapted to be re
as new and ‘desire to secure by Letters Patent is:
ciprocated on the mop handle. Pivoted to the extractor
A mop, comprising a mop handle and a mop head con
handle at 6 is an actuating rod 7 which passes through a
nected to the forward end of said mop handle, the for
hole 8 in a guide 9 mounted on the mop handle. The
ward position of the mop handle in rear of the mop head
front end of the rod is pivoted at 10 to spaced lugs or 65 being in the form of a rectangular bar, a slidable sleeve
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on the mop handle; a rod‘ pivotally connected at one end
to said sleeve, a guide on the mop handle through which
said rod passes, an extractor in ‘the form of a split ring
pivotally connected at its upper end with said rod at a
point forwardly of the sleeve connection, said ring having
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ring, and a cam on the handle in rear of the mop head
being of sudh a shape that it causes said extracting ring
during its forward extracting movement to- move down
wardly and said bar causes the gap closure to move in
wardly on its pivot and thereafter said cam because of
a slot at its bottom to permit it ‘to pass over said bar,
the inner wall of the ring at opposite sides of the slot
its shape moves the ‘gap closure into its closed position
being recessed, a ‘gap closure pivoted to the ring at one
‘head during its forward extracting stroke.
in its recess prior to its passage of ‘the ring over the mop
side ‘of the slot extending across the slot to‘ seat in said re
cess and having its inner face curved to‘ form when in 10
closed position a continuation of the inner wall of said
No references cited.
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