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’ Dec. 23, 1947.
c. N. DEBAUGH
2,433,203
VACUUM BRODUCING MASSAGE DEVICE`
Filed March 1l, 1946
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Clarence N. Debaugh, Towson, Md.
Application March 11, 1946, Serial No. 653,566
1 Claim. (Cl. 12S-»38)
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This invention relates to a vacuum-controlled
massaging device to be used in massaging and
removing blackheads from the pores of the hu
In circuit with the winding I4 is a ñasher switch
ates, creating a vacuum within an applicator head
to massage the skin or surface against which the
thereof, the piston 2| being in the form of a cup
leather held in position on the piston rod by
15 means of the disks 22 that are positioned on op
I1 which operates to intermittently complete the
circuit through the winding, moving the arma
ture I3 intermittently. The wires I5 and I6 are
man skin.
also connected with the switch I 8, mounted with»
An important object of the invention is to pro~
in the body portion, the switch including the but
vide a device of this character embodying a re
ton I9 that is operated by the thumb of the per
ciprocating piston operated byla solenoid con
son holding the device, to complete theV circuit
trolled by an electric switch mechanism of the
to the flasher switch and winding of the sole
iiasher type, to cause the electric circuit to the
solenoid of the apparatus to be intermittently 10 noid.
Secured to the cross-bar I2 is the piston rod
energized, resulting in the piston being moved`
20 that carries the piston 2| on the free end
longitudinally of the cylinder in which it oper
applicator head is positioned.V
Another object of the invention is t0 provide
posite sides of the piston to the end that on the
forward stroke of the piston 2|, air is exhausted
a device of this character which, because of its
past the piston, the piston producing a vacuum
simplicity, may be manufactured at a minimum
on the return stroke thereof.
cost.
With the foregoing and other objects in view 20 As clearly shown by Fig. 1 of the drawing,
a valve chamber 23 is provided adjacent to the
which will appear as the description proceeds,
outer end of the cylinder, the valve chamber
the invention consists of certain novel details of
being in »communication with the cylinder at one
construction and combinations of parts herein
end of the valve chamber, the opposite end of
after more fully described and pointed out in the
claim, it being understood that changes may be 25 the valve chamber being in communication with
the hose or tubing 24, through the bore 25.
made in the construction and arrangement of
Mounted within the valve chamber 23 is a ball
parts without departing from the spirit of the
valve 26 normally held to its seat by the action
invention as claimed.
of the coiled spring 21 also mounted within the
Referring to the drawing,
Figure l is a longitudinal sectional view through 30 valve chamber and bearing against the ball valve
at one end of the spring. The opposite end of
a massaging device constructed in accordance with
the spring 21 is disposed against the washer 28
the invention.
fitted against one end of the valve chamber, to
Figure 2 is a plan view thereof.
hold the coiled spring 21 within the valve cham
Referring to the drawing in detail, the refer
ence character 5 designates the casing or body 35 ber.
,
Secured in one end of the tube 24 is an appli
portion of the device, the forward end thereof
cator 29 that includes the nozzle 30, the nozzle
being tapered to accommodate the tapered end
being constructed preferably of rubber so that
6 formed at the forward end of the cylinder 1it will conform to the shape of the object against
The cylinder 1 may be welded or otherwise se
cured within the tapered end of the housing, to 40 which it is positioned, to insure a suction and vac
uum being created through the applicator.
hold the cylinder against the action of the coiled
In the operation of the device, the button I9
springs 8 that have one of their respective ends
extending through an opening 9 formed in ears
is operated to complete the circuit to the wind
I0 that extend from the cylinder 1.
ing of the solenoid. The armature I3 will be
These springs 8 have their opposite ends se 45 drawn into the winding, and when the winding
cured within openings II formed in the cross
bar I2 of the armature I3 forming a part of the
solenoid. The armature moves within the wind
is deenergized, the coiled springs I8 will act to
move the core I3 and piston mounted thereon,
towards the tapered end of the cylinder. Upon
ing I4 of the solenoid in the usual and well known
return movement of the piston, a suction will be
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manner, against the action of the springs 8, which
created through the tube and applicator to draw
operate to return the armature I3 when the wind
material through the tube.
ing of the solenoid is deenergized.
It might be further stated that the flasher
Wires I5 and I6 provide the circuit to the
switch will operate to intermittently energize the
winding I4, and are connected with a suitable
Winding I4 of the solenoid.
source of electricity supply, as in a house circuit.
eas-secs
What is claimed is:
In a device of the class described, a. body por
tion, a solenoid including an armature mounted
within the body portion, a cross-bar forming a
part of the armature of the solenoid, a cylinder
having a tapered end mounted within the body
portion, the tapered end of the cylinder extend-
ing through the end of the body portion, a pis
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the tapered end of the cylinder, and said piston
adapted to create a suction through the tube.
CLARENCE N. DEBAUGH.
REFERENCES CITED
The following references are of record in the
iile of this patent:
t0n including, a. mdîomrable within the» cylinder»
coiled springs connecting the cross-baren», 10 Numbeß
Inder and adapted to urge the armature in one
direction, and means for intermittently energiz-n
ing the ~winding of the so1enoid,_.recirg_rqcating .the
piston within the cylinder, a tube connected with
494,958
660,233
Name.
Date
Jordan ___________ -_ Apr. 4, 1893
Watson __________ __ Oct. 23, 1900
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