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Dec. 23, 1947.
G, D, SWEER, JR
2,433,248
BEVERAGE MIXER AND COOLER
Filed Nov. 26, 1946
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2,433,248
Patented Dec. 23, 1947
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE‘
2,433,248
BEVERAGE MDH‘JR, AND COOLER
George D. Sweier, In, Detroit, Mich.
Application November 26, 1946, Serial No. 712,377
1 Claim. (01. 259---72)
1
The present invention relates to a beverage
mixer and cooler of the type shown in United
States Letters Patent No. 2,021,495, dated No
vember 19, 1935, and has for its main object and
feature the provision of means whereby an in
terior ice shell or cage can be rotated within a
container without danger of spilling the contents
thereof.
2
upper end of the cover member and rotatable
therewith.
One mode of operation is as follows: the bev
erage is placed within the open container, after
which shell I2 containing the ice is lowered into
the open container. Cover member 20, carrying
top member 25, is then placed over the top of the
container with fins 23 engaging in slots IQ of the
shell. It will now be seen that, by turning the
In the accompanying drawings, the invention
is shown in a concrete and preferred form in 10 cover member, shell I2 will be rotated within the
container, and it will be understood that the mo
which:
tion imparted may be either an oscillating motion
Figure 1 is a vertical sectional view through
or a turning movement in a single direction. As
the mixer and cooler;
a matter of fact, by preference, the fit between
Figure 2 is a transverse sectional view substan
15 the smooth inner surface indicated at 2| of the
tially on the plane of line 2-—2 of Figure 1;
cover member and outer periphery 22 of the top
Figure 3 is a transverse sectional view sub
of the container may be such that a spinning mo
stantially on the plane of line 3-—3 of Figure l;
tion can be imparted to the cover member and
and
I
shell. When the beverage has been sufficiently
Figure 4 is a transverse sectional view substan
20 mixed and cooled, top member 25 is removed and
tially on the plane of line 4--4 of Figure 1.
the contents of the device poured out through
I0 indicates an outer liquid container having
strainer 24, or, if desired, the cover member and
an open-top II, and I2 is an inner ice-holding
the shell may be removed, after which the con
shell or cage having an open-‘top l3. Said shell
tents of the container can be poured out.
I2 is in open communication with the container
as by means of vertical openings l4 and-is self 25 IInclaim:
a beverage mixer and cooler having an out
draining by reason of perforations l5 at the bot
--er open-top liquid container and an inner open
tom of said shell. Adjacent openings I4 are out
top ice-holding shell that is in open communi
wardly extending blades I6 which assist in agi
cation With said container, the combination with
tating the contents of the container when shell
the container and shell, of means to rotate said
12 is rotated within said container. Shell l2
shell within said container comprising: an out
may have lengthwise flutings H which also as
wardly extending circumferential lip at the up
sist in agitating the liquid. Upper end I3 of shell
per end of the shell having vertical slots, a cover
I2 extends slightly above upper end ll of con
member,
common to both the container and
tainer I0 and is provided with an outwardly ex
shell, the lower end of which has a smooth inner
tending circumferential lip I8 that is provided
surface that extends over and is rotatable with ’
with a series of vertical slots I9. 20 indicates’ a
respect to the outer periphery of the top of the
cover member, the lower end of which has a
container, and fins on the interior of the cover
smooth inner surface 21 that extends over and is
member located above the lower end thereof to
rotatable with respect to outer smooth-face pe
shell.
riphery 22 of the container. 23 indicate ?ns on 40 engage the slots of the
GEORGE D. SWElER, JR.
the interior of the cover member located above
the lower end thereof to engage slots IQ of shell
REFERENCES CITED
I2.
Thus cover member 20 is common to both
container I0 and shell I2, is rotatable upon the 45 The following references are of record in the
?le of this patent:
container, and is rotatable with the shell, said
slots l9 and fins 23 constituting complementary
UNITED STATES PATENTS
disengageable connecting means between the in
terior of the cover member and the exterior of the
top of the shell.
50
24 indicates a strainer that bridges the upper
end of cover member 20, and 25 and is a remov
able but tight-?tting top member situated on the
Number
58,165
1,042,751
1,975,462
2,178,500
Name
Date
Dreunan ________ __ Sept. 16,
Barker ___________ _._ Oct. 29,
Jennings __________ __ Oct. 2,
Singer ___________ __ Oct. 31,
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1934
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