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April 19, 1949.
H, KlNBERG
2,467,392
CONTAINER
Filed May 29, 1945
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2,467,392
Patented Apr. 19, 1949
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,467,392
CONTAINER
Hjalmar Kinberg, Ross, Callt, assigner to Ameri
can Can Company, New York, N. Y., a corpora
tion of New Jersey
Application May 29, 1945, Serial No. 596,435
1 Claim. (Cl. ZBO-*60)
1
This invention relates to friction cans or con
tainers and has particular reference to a can
embodying a pry-off plug cover having a curled
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2
I‘I at its upper end (Figs. 2 and 3) adjacent the
end seam I6. vThe wall il merges into an inwardly
and upwardly extending annulus I8. This an
nulus preferably slopes upwardly _toward the
periphery which is crimped beneath an annular
Ur opening in the can to better assist in a more com
edge of a friction ring secured to the can.
plete removal of the can contents. At its inner
An object of the invention is the provision of
end the annulus I8 merges into an upstanding
an easy pry-off plug cover having a friction seat
friction wall 22 which forms the mouth of the can.
in the friction ring of a can and provided with
This wall also provides a friction seat for the
a flange which terminates at its outer periphery
cover B.
in a curl, the curl being crimped beneath an edge
At its upper end the wall 22 of the friction ring
of an outwardly and downwardly extended wall
flares outwardly into a curved annular wall 23
of the friction ring to further secure the cover
and thence outwardly and downwardly into a
in closed position.
surrounding
flange 24. This flange terminates in
Another object of the invention is the provision
an inwardly and reversely turned rim or edge 25.
of such a pry-off cover having frictional engage
This edge is hemmed at 26, as shown in Figs. 2
ment within the mouth of the container and hav
and 3, this being a preferred form of the inven
ing a flange shaped to fit upon a sloping wall of
tion. The hemmed edge provides a suitable ledge
the friction ring, a curl formed in the periphery
beneath which a curl 2ï of the cover may be en
of the flange being engageable with and beneath
gaged for closing the can.
a hemmed edge of the friction ring.
The cover B includes a central panel 32 having
A further object of the invention is the provi
an upstanding circular wall 33 which frictionally
sion in a can and cover of the character described,
fits within the friction ring wall 22. The upper
of a sealing gasket disposed between the fitted
marginal portion of the wall 33 is formed or flares
cover fiange and the friction ring wall for sealing
outwardly into a curved annular wall 34% which
the can, a curl formed on the outer periphery of
the ñange and engaged thereunder being disposed
inside of and adjacent the can body and end seam
so that a blunt tool may be inserted easily beneath
the curl for removing the cover from its sealed
position.
Numerous other objects and advantages of the
invention will be apparent as it is better under
stood from the following description, which,
taken in connection with the accompanying draw
ings, discloses a preferred embodiment thereof.
Referring to the drawings:
Figure 1 is a perspective view of a can embody
ing the present invention;
provides a groove or channel on the inside of the
cover. This wall 34 substantially fits over the
curved ring section 23 when the cover is in closed
position. Wall 34 merges into a ñange 35 which
30 like the ring wall 24 extends outwardly and down
wardly.
Flange 35 preferably is formed to fit
down over the annular ring wall 24 when the parts
are in closed position. This flange terminates at
its lower outer end in the curl 2l. The curl 21
is preferably rolled inwardly and is adapted to
snap over the edge or rim 25 when the cover is
applied to the can thus securing the cover in
closed position.
The cover B may be hermetically sealed in
Fig. 2 is an enlarged fragmentary sectional view
taken substantially along a plane indicated by the 40 closed position on the can and for this purpose
a sealing gasket 3‘6 is employed. This gasket is
dot and dash lines 2-2 in Fig. i and showing a
located in the annular groove on the inside of
cover in sealed position, parts being broken away;
the curved wall 34 previously mentioned. Fig. 2
and
illustrates the hermetically sealed can and shows
Fig. 3 is a view similar to Fig. 2 showing the
45 the cover B secured in place by engagement of
cover as it is being pried from the can.
the cover curl 21 beneath the friction ring edge 25.
As a preferred embodiment of the instant in
The sealed cover B may be pried olf easily to
vention the drawings illustrate a can A with a
open the can. This may be performed by means
pry-off cover B. The can includes a tubular body
of a blunt tool such as a screw driver or the like.
i1 having a side seam i2. A bottom end I3 is
Fig.
3 shows the cover in a partially raised posi
50
secured to the lower end of the body in an end
tion
as during its opening by a pry-off tool 38
seam I4. A friction ring I5 is secured to the upper
which is fulcrumed on the surrounding end seam
end of the body in an end seam I6, these end seams
I6. The cover following the initial opening of
being of conventional form.
the
can may be used as a reclosure.
The ring I5 includes an annular outer upstand
It is thought that the invention and many of
ing wall I1 which engages the interior of the body 55
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its attendant advantages will be understood from
the foregoing description, and it will be apparent
that various changes may be made in the form,
construction and arrangementI of the parts with
out departing from the spirit and scope of the
invention or sacrificing all of its material advan
tending curl having a snap engagement beneath
the hemmed rim of said friction ring for remov
ably securing the cover in closed position on the
container, and an annular sealing gasket disposed
between said outwardly curved annular cover and
ring walls to hermetically seal the container, said
tages, the form hereinbefore described being
cover being removable from the container by a
merely a preferred embodiment thereof.
prying engagement of the end of a tool beneath
I claim:
said cover curl and a fulcrum engagement of the
A hermetically sealed pry-01T friction plug con 10 tool
on said container end seam.
tainer comprising a tubular body having an an
HJALMAR KINBERG.
nular countersunk friction ring secured to an end
thereof in an end seam, said ring having an in
REFERENCES CITED
wardly disposed upstanding annular friction wall
deñning the mouth of the container, the upper 15 The following references are of record in the
file of this patent:
end of said ring wall flaring outwardly in a curved
annular wall and thence into a downwardly and
UNITED STATES PATENTS
outwardly extending inclined ñange terminating
Number
Name
Date
in a hemmed rim, a countersunk pry-01T plug
979,813
Westerbeck _______ __ Dec. 27, 1910
cover for the container having an upstanding 20
2,141,184
Hothersall ________ __ Dec. 27, 1938
annular wall frictionally seated within said ring
2,382,378
Bloedorn _________ __ Aug. 14, 1945
wall to close the mouth of the container, said
- cover wall flaring outwardly in a curved annular
FOREIGN PATENTS
wall and thence into a downwardly and outwardly
Number
Country
Date
extending flange engaging against said friction 25
ring flange and terminating in an inwardly ex
148,641
Switzerland ___, ____ __ Oct. 16, 1931
680,862
France ____________ __ May 7, 1930
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