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March 28, 1950
2,502,140
M. FRIENDLlcl-l
DEVICE FOR MAKING suns
' Filed sépt. 24, 194e
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' DEVICE Fon MAKING sUDs
Morton Friendlich, Bronx, N. Y.
`Application September 24, 1946, Serial No. 698,923
1 Claim.
(Cl. 299-34)
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The present invention relates to improvements
Figure 4 is a sectional viewon the line 4--4 of
in devices for impregnating water with soap and,
Figure 3.
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Similar reference eharactersrefer to similar
more specifically, it relates to anew and im-proved sudser‘by means of which vwater flowing
. parts throughout the-.several views.
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In the drawing the numeral I denotes an'en'n
tire sudser 4constructed in _accordance with the
from a faucet can be transformed into suds before
>it reaches a sink beneath said faucet thus facili»
4presen-t invention. ItSJJOpl :part `2 is a. cap of
tating the washing of dishes and the like.
rubber or of any other suitable resilient material
One object of the present invention is the pro
vision of a device of the character described which
having an upright collar portion 3 whose inte~
rior is preferably provided with annular ribs t,
so that it will grip tightly any tubular member
can be attached easily to any standard faucet or
to any other suitable tubular spout, and which
does not require for its attachment nor for its
of suitable size inserted therein. The lower por
removal the use of any tools nor the application
of any considerable amount of skill.
threads 5 or withl any other lsuitable means for
Another object of the present invention is the
tion of the part 2 is provided with internal
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provision of a device of the character described
shown but which may be also of any other suita
ble shape or design and which consists of plas
tic material, aluminum, or of any other suitable
Which while it is attached to a faucet can be
opened for the purpose of re-fllling it with soap
or the like.
Still another object of the present invention is
the provision of a device of the character de
scribed which is provided with means for guiding
the water flowing from the faucet either through
the soap contained in the device, so that it will 25
function as a sudser, or through an empty com
partment, so that water can be obtained from
. the device which water is not impregnated with
soap.
Yet a further object of the present invention
is the provision of a device of the character de
scribed which is small in size, light in weight, of
a pleasant appearance, easily to operate and to
detachably securing thereto a hollow body ii,
which preferably is cylindrical as in the instance
heat-and-moisture-proof material. An upright
wall ‘I divides the interior of the lower portion
of the body 6 into two compartments, and is pref
erably formed as a unit with the body 6. The
upper straight edge of the wall 'l i5 formed as a
longitudinal concave groove into which fits the
lower convex edge of a semi-elliptical plate 8 that
is secured to a shaft 9. The latter is extended
through the body 6 and is provided at one end
with a handle I 0 and at its other end with a nut
i l or with any other suitable means for holding
it in place.
The lower extremity of the body 6 is open at
l2 at one side of the wall 1, while at the other
side of the wall ‘l it'is provided with a perforat
ed bottom i3. If soap (not shown) is placed
price. but which is sturdy, durable, and well
upon
the bottom i3 so that the space above the
adapted to withstand the rough usage to which
bottom i3 is filled approximately up to the up
devices of this type are frequently subjected.
per edge of the wall 1, and if the plate 8 is in
With the foregoingr and other objects in view
the
position shown in Figure 3, the water enter
which will appear as the description proceeds, the 40
ing the device through the collar 3 will be guided
invention consists of certain novel details of con
through said soap, so that suds will emanate from
struction and combinations of parts hereinafter
the perforated bottom I3. When the plate 8 is
more fully described and pointed out in the claim,
moved about ninety degrees relative to the po
it being understood that changes may be made'
sition shown in Figure 3, the space above the
in the construction and arrangement of parts
perforated bottom i3 is closed, so that water en
without departing from the spirit of the inven
tering the device from above will leave it through
clean, and simple in construction so that it can
be manufactured and sold at a very reasonable
tion as claimed.
.
In the accompanying drawings the preferred
forms of the invention have been shown.
In said drawings:
the open section I2 without being impregnated
with soap.
The shape and design of the collar 3 allows the
entire device to be attache-d to a faucet or the
, Figure l is a top plan view of a preferred em»
like, simply by pushing the outlet portion of the
bcdiment of my invention;
Figure 2 is a side elevation of the same;
Figure 3 is a sectional view on the line 3-3 of
faucet into the collar 3. l For refilling the device
Figure 1; and
with soap, the body 6 can be detached easily
from the cap 2 as previously referred to.
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ISince certain changes may be made in the
2,502,140
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above article and different embodiments of the
invention could be made Without departing from
the scope thereof, it is intended that all mat
ter contained in the above description or shown
ed as illustrative and not in a limiting sense.
cured to the lower edge portion of said plate hav
ing its end portions rotatably extended through
opposite wall portions of said tube, and a handle
being secured to one of the ends of said shaft
which protrude beyond the outer side of said tube,
the latter being adapted for being secured to a
It is also to be understood that the following
claim is intended to cover all of the generic and
resilient faucet engaging member by means of
the external threads at the upper portion of the
in the accompanying drawing shall be interpret
tube.
speciñc features of the invention herein de
scribed, and*Y all statements of the scope of the 10
MORTON FRIENDLICH.
invention which as a matter of language might
be said to fall therebetween.
REFERENCES CITED
Having thus fully described my said invention,
The following references are of record in theî
ñle of this patent:
ß
what I claim as new and desire to secure by Let-v
ters Patent is:
A device of the character described compris
15
ing an upright tube having an external thread
at its upper end portion, a semi-circular grate
being secured to the lower end of the tube, an up-right Wall extending from the straight edge of 20
said grate into said> tube and terminating at a
point intermediate the ends of the tube, a semi
elliptical. plate extending upwardly from thel up
per edge oi said upright wall into the tube and
having a, lower straight edgey whichv is coeXten
sive with and adjacent the upper' edge of» said
upright wall, aI shaft extending through and se
Number
UNITED STATES PATENTS
Name
Date
545,905
Moulder et al _____ __ Sept. 10. 1895
553,751
586,955
Gilmour _________ __ Jan. 28, 1896
Askins __________ __ July 27, 1897
1,699,429
Hall __ ____ __- _____ __ Jari. 15, 1929
2,314,357
Lehman _«_____A___»__Y Mar. 2_3, 1943
FOREIGN PATENTS
Number
221,629
Country
Date
Germany _________ __ May 6, 1910
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