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Àpril 19, 1949.
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ASH RECEIVER
Filed June 7, 1948
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Patented Apr. 19, 1949
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ASH RECEIVER
Cornelius> Hendricks,` Grand Rapids, Mich., as
signor to Applied Arts Corporation, Grand
Rapids, Mich., a corporation of Michigan
Application June 7, 1948, Serial No. 31,5ß9l
6 Claims. (Cl. 20G-1.9.5)
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This invention relates to a very practical, use»
ful and novel ash receiver, which in use gener
ally is applied at the front of the driving corn
partment of an automobile, on the dash thereof,
usual-1y', and in which ashes and other refuse of
smoking is adapted to be placed, having safe-l
guards against such ashes or other refuse escap
ing, while any burning tobacco placed within
the ash receiver is rendered ineiiective against
danger of fire.ì the structure being of an eco
nomical and particularly easy and readily oper
ated character.
It is an object and purposer of
the present invention to provide an ash receiver
of the> kind stated, which is in a closed position
at all times except upon a desired withdrawal
thereof, and such withdrawing is quickly and
easily effected for- moving the ash receiver- to re~
ceive ashes and the like, or removal thereof at any
time for getting rid of the refuse contents thereof.
An understanding of the invention may be
had from the following description, taken in
connection with the accompanying drawing, in
which,
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the back and having a vertical leg extending
downwardly received and held by tongues struck
from said back, and having a forwardly and up
wardly inclined section within the- receptacle, the
upper end portion of which is of a convex form
and reaches generally to the plane> of the upper
edges of said receptacle',
A cover I2 is formed from a plate of flat metal
with strengthening and reinforcing ñanges I3-î at
itsY longitudinal edges and ~iront end. At its rear
end it is provided with hinge> rolls to cooperate
with other hingey rolls at the> upper end of the
back I8, through which a hinge' pin is received
for a hinge connectionl at I6' of the cover tothe
back of the receptacle.
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The cover between its sides and toward its
hinged end has two upwardly extending rounded
projections I5 pressed therefrom and imme
diately in front thereof an upwardly extending
cooperating stop I6. In front of the _stop I6 the
'coveris cut away tov make a relatively large open
ing. I1. therethrough, the edge portions of the
metal around said opening being curved clown
wardly and inwardly so that the cover' is -rein
Fig. 1 is a central longitudinal section through
the ash receiver of my invention and the mount- lv’ Ul forced> around said opening by the downwardly
extending ñanges I8. At the front of the open
ing an >interrnediate portion of the metal of the
top; remains and extends rearwardly' into the
Fig. 2y is a horizontal section substantially on
opening in a projection at' I9-,v being provi-ded
the plane of line 2-2 of Fig. l, and
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Fig. 3 is a perspective view of the immediate 30 with> separated slots therethrough, withv inter
vening narrow bars between-v, which are bent
ash receiving receptacle with its cover throw-n
downwardly into concave form, (Fig- 1) and
back, as is done in dumping the contents thereof’.
whichl arey adapted> to- be used as- a snuiîer `for
Like reference characters refer to like parts
cigarettes or cigars and also for pressuree there
in the different ñgures of the drawing.
against to^ force the front free end portion of
The» support and guide for the immediate ash
the.> cover downwardly against the> spring I- I~,
receiving receptacle, preferably is a sheetv metal
against the free >end portion- of» which` the under
stamping, having a horizontal upper side I, the
sideof the cover I2 bears, as shown in Fig.. 1.
longitudinalv edge portions of which are turned
When the-receptacle» is assembled with- its sup
downwardly in spaced vertical flanges 2 which
po1‘l'i„the»1'ilcs> ilA are.r received in the channel- guides
terminate in downwardly and inwardly inclined'
provided by the flanges 2 and their en'd terminal
terminal extensions 3 to said flanges 2. The up
lower portions 3. The cover is used; in. its closed
per plate I at the middle portion thereof be
position, and; normally when free, spring II- will
tween its sides» is longitudinally pressed down-~
lift the front free end-.portion ofthe cover a short
wardly to provide ribs» 4, which extend substan
distance above the upper edge of. the: fronty oiA
tially the length of the plate, and at the outer
the receptacle; Whenv the» receptacle is slidably
end portion of the upper plate I, a centrally lo
entered-L at the. front of the. support with its side
cated stop 5 is pressed downwardly, as shown in
ribs 8- engaging, the guides therefor, the. upward
Fig. 1`
projections I5 ride against the undersides oi the
The receptacle for receiving the ashes is made
ribs 4~. The cover is forced. downwardly atÀ 4its
from ñat metal and drawn into receptacle form,
front end, the front end being depressed. to at
having a bottom 6, parallel vertical sides 1, which
least the plane of the upper edge of the front of
at their upper longitudinal edges are shaped into
the receptacle, and generally slightly below it.
outwardly extending channel ribs 8, a vertical
The upward projections I5 are located relatively
front 9 and a vertical back I0. To the back I0
a strong leaf spring I I is secured, passing through 55 close to the axis of the hinge I4. Thus the
ing therefor, the plane of the section l`being that
indicated at I-I of Fig. 2,
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strength of the spring I I is substantially directly
transmitted to said projections and through
them against the ribs> 4.
This makes a smooth
and tight frictional bearing against said ribs 4
and of the ribs 8 against their guides on the sup
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2. A structure as defined in claim 1, said hori
zontal member of said support having a longi
tudinal rib lengthwise thereof between its sides
extending downwardly, and said cover having an
upwardly pressed projection located adjacent the
port, which insures against npise from undesired
free end of said spring when the cover is in closed
rattling and prevents accidental outward move
ment of the receptacle, which most of the time
position, pressed against the rib by said spring.
is at a closed position under the plate I.
free end portion of said cover outwardly of the4
3. A structure as defined in claim 1, the outer
When ashes are to be placed in the receptacle?, 10 stop thereon having an opening therethrough for
it is drawn forward. Of course, any suitableV
entrance of refuse into the receptacle when the
handle may be applied to the front 9 for slid
cover is in closed position.
ably withdrawing such receptacle. It may be
4. In a structure as described, a horizontal sup
moved forward until the moving stop I6' on the
port having spaced apart downwardly extending
cover I2 comes against the front stop 5. In such 15 longitudinal guides grooved at their inner sides,
position the opening I'I through the cover is fully
a receptacle having inner and outer spaced ends
exposed and any ashes or otherr refuse may be
and spaced sides, said sides at their free edges
placed in the receptacle through the opening.
having longitudinal guides slidably received in the
Afterward the slidable receptacle is pushed back
grooves of said guides on the support, a member
to closed position.
20 hingedly connected at its inner end to and at the
upper edge portion of the inner end of said recep
` When `the ashes and other refuse are to be
dumped, the slidable drawer receptacle is pulled
tacle, said member being swingable over the open
upper side of the receptacle or to a position away
from said open upper side, a relatively strong
stop 5, whereupon the'receptacle is disengaged 25 spring connected to the inner end of said recepta
cle and extending forwardly and upwardly with
from its support on continued forward movement.
in the receptacle against which said hinged mem
The cover may be thrown back, as shown in Fig.
2,' and the refuse contents dumped. It will be
ber bears when in the ñrst mentioned position,
a stop on said hinged member between its ends
noted that the pressure which needs to be exerted
extending upwardly therefrom, and a stop on said
against the part I9 is relatively small, because
support extending downwardly therefrom at its
of the long lever arm between the pointwhere
forward and a pressure of a finger against the
part I9 is exerted to move the stop I6 below the
such pressure is applied and the hinge I4, there
outer portion located in the path of movement of
the stop on said hinged member.
point of contact of the strong spring II against
5. A structure as deñned in claim 4, said spring
the underside of the cover and such hinge I4. 35 connected to the inner end of the receptacle com
The depression of the cover to disengage the re
prising a fiat leaf spring having a vertical por
tion extending through the inner end of `said re
ceptacle for complete withdrawal is thus made
ceptacle and downwardly at its outer side, and
easy without exertion of undue force.
a forwardly and upwardly extending portion with
The construction described is very useful for
in the receptacle, the free upper end portion of
the purposes for which it has been designed. It
being a, relatively short lever arm between the
is noiseless, easily operated, readily manufactured
at low cost, and is strong, sturdy and durable.
The invention is defined in the appended claims
and is to be considered comprehensive of all
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forms of structure coming within their scope.
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I claim:
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1. In a structure as described, a support having
a horizontal top member and longitudinalguides
extending downwardly therefrom one at each lon
which is located against the underside of said
hinged member outwardly of said hinge to there
by normally hold the free end of said hinged
member in a plane a short distance above the
hinged end thereof, a downwardly extending rib
located lengthwise of the support, and an up
wardly extending projection on said cover riding
against said rib and pressed thereagainst by the
spring.
6. In a structure as described, a horizontal sup
gitudinal edge thereof, a receptacle having an 50
port, a receptacle having an open upperr side,
open top and cooperating guides longitudinally
means for slidably mounting said receptacle on
the support for inward and outward sliding move
ments, a cover hinged at its inner end to the in
ceived in the guides on said support, a cover hing
edly connected at its inner end to the rear side 55 ner end of said receptacle at the upper edge there
of, a relatively heavy spring carried by the inner
of said receptacle at the upper edge thereof, and
end of the receptacle, within the receptacle, hav
adapted to passV between the said guides on the
ing a free upper end against which the cover bears
sides of said receptacle, a spring connected ywith
when in closed position, and cooperating stops on
the inner- end of said receptacle having afree
end‘portion againstwhich said cover bears when 60 the cover and support for normally limiting the
outward sliding movement of said receptacle, said
the cover is moved to a closed position over the
cover being adapted to be pressed downwardly- at
open upper end of the receptacle, and cooperat
its outer free end to disengage said stops, andV said
ing stops, one on said cover extending -upwardlv
cover at its outer portion having an opening
therefrom and `located'between the ends ofthe
at the upper edges of the sides of the receptacle,
said guides of the receptacle being slidably re
cover, and one on said horizontal member of the 65
support at its front end, for normally preventing
slidable disengagement vof the receptacle from
its support, said stop on the cover being moved
downwardly for disengagement by exertion of
pressure against the upper side of the outer end
portionl of said cover.
therethrough.
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CORNELIUS HENDRICKS.
No references cited.
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