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Nov, 12, 1935.,
E, ¿ums ET AL
PATCH
Filed. Oct. l5, 1934
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2,020,767
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Patented Nov. 12, 1935
2,020,767
UNITED STATES
PATENT oFFlcE
2,020,767
PATCH
Earl Bullis, Amsterdam, and Max Jacobson,
Johnstown,
N. Y.
Application October 1-5, 1934, Serial No. 748,404
2 Claims. (Cl. 13S-9S)
This invention relates to an improved mend
with an externally threaded free end portion ft,
ing patch and seeks, among other objects, to pro
which end portion is adapted to receive a nutl 5.
vide a device of this character embodying a seal
ing disc of soft material which, when the patch Normally seated beneath the head l and within
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the conñnes of the flange 2, '
is tightened to locked position, will be fully en
closed by a depending flange on the head of the washer t which is formed of
device so that said sealing disc will be eiîectually suitable soft material.
protected.
Another object of the invention is to provide
a mending patch wherein the head is formed
with a depending flange so that reinforcement for
the circumferential edg-e will be provided.
A further object of the invention is to provide
a
mending
patch wherein the iiange employed will
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prevent bending up >of the head with consequent
mutilation of the sealing disc.
object of the invention is to pro
vide a device of this character which may be
cheaply and which may be installed
20 manufactured
with the utmost facility.
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face to be patched so that leakage through the
puncture past the patch will be prevented.
As best seen in Figure l, when the patch has
been clamped to locked position, as above de
And a still further object of the invention' is to
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provide
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It is thought that a reading of the following
description will disclose other and incidental ob
jects not specifically pointed out hereinabove.
Referring to the drawing forming a part of
our application:
Figure 1 is a vertical sectional View on the line
l-l of Figure 2, and looking in the direction in
dicated by the arrows.
Figure 2 is a top plan view oi our improved
mending patch.
35
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bycontact with a sharp ob
ject, such as a knife or the like.
Referring now to the modification of the in
vention as shown in Figure 3 of the drawing, the
numeral it indicates the head, which is slightly 30
frusto conical in vertical cross section. The head
is provided with a depending flange i and a stem
I2 which extends through a wall to be patched,
Figure 3 is a vertical sectional view showing a
slightly modiñed form of the device.
Figure 4 is a vertical sectional View showing
another modified form of the invention.
Figure 5 is a top plan View showing a further
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mcdiiication of the device.
Figure 6 is a vertical sectional View on the line
6-5 of Figure 5, looking in the direction indicated
by the arrows.
Figure 7 is a vertical sectional view illustrat
ing a still further modification of the invention.
Referring now more particularly to the accom
panying drawing forming a part of our applica
tion, and wherein like numerals of reference
35
As will
be observed, the disc does not extend beyond the 40
liange I I but is conñned within the head. In this
designate like parts throughout the description,
the numeral l indicates a head which is prefer
ably formed from light weight sheet metal and, as
shown in Figure 2, is circular in plan. The head
is provided at its rim with a depending ilange 2.
Mounted
axially of the head I is a stud 3 which
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is locked in place on the head and is provided
wise identical with that of the preferred form.
Referring to the modification illustrated in
Figure 4 of the drawing, we employ a head il
which is provided with a stud I8 adapted to ex~
tend through a puncture in the surface or wall
I9. A washer 20 closes the lower side of the sur 55
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be patched and a nut 40 is screwed thereon andV
face about the puncture and is held in place by a
nut 2l. Formed on the head I1 at its circum
ferential edge is a depending iiange 22 which ter
minates in a relatively short radial flange 23
adapted to overlie the surface 19 when the nut 2l
is vclamped to a locked position. Disposed be
neath the head Il and within the confines of the
engaged with a washer 4l for tightly clamping the
patch in position. A sealing disc 42 is confined.
within the head and effectually seals the punctureinthe wall so that leakage therethrough will be
prevented. In view of the fact that the top por
tion 33 of the stud is seated in the recess 39, the
danger of any object, such as a cleaning imple
ment, catching on the top portion of the head
flanges 22 and 23 is a sealing disc 24 which is
similar in construction to the disc Ei inthe pre
ferred form of the invention and is adapted to co
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and displacing the patch is largely prevented.
operate with the head and stern for permitting
the punctured surface to be eifectually patched.
rThe radial ilange 23 not only improves the ap
pearance of the device but also facilitates the
manufacture
thereof as it permits a better gaging
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of the depth 'of the head. Aside from the fore
VAlthough we have shown in the preferred em
bodiment of the invention as well as in the
> modiiications, the head as being circular in out
' line, it should be understood that said head may
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be of any desired shape.
Our improved mending patch, in any of its
embodiments, may be manufactured cheaply and
going, the operation of this modification of the
invention is identical with that of the preferred
may be put into use with the utmost facility.
form.
claim is:
l. A mending patch including a disc having a
marginal ñange, a portion of said disc being
struck upwardly to form an annular rib spaced
from margins of the disc, a stud carried by the
Referring to the modification of the invention
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as shown in Figure 6, we employ a head which is
indicated inrgeneral by the numeral 25. The head
is provided with an upwardly pressed semi-cir
cular rib 2li intermediate its radius which deñnes
upper and lower portions 45 and 46, and also a
stud 2l which is adapted to project through a
surface or wall to be patched. A nut 28 is pro
vided on the stud, as is a washer 2S which washer
is adapted to underlie the wall, as shown at Sil,
30 and thus provide a firm base against which to
tighten the nut 28. Formed on the circumferen
tial edgeof the head 25 is a depending flange 3l
which terminates in a radial flange 32, which,
like the radial flange 23, is adapted. to overlie the
A sealing disc 33 is confined
within> the head 25 and serves eñectually to seal
35 wall to be patched.
the puncture in the wall or surface. The rib 2t
provides reinforcement for the head and also
serves as a guard, so that when the article to
which the patch is secured is being cleaned, the
cleaning cloth or scraper will not be permitted to
catch under the upper end of the stud 2l. Inas
much as the portion 45 is of greater height than
the portion d6, a greater pressure will be exerted
45 on the depending iiange 3l and radial flange 32.
Aside from this feature, the constructionV and op
eration of this modified form of the invention is
identical with that disclosed in the modiiication
40
shown in Figure 4.
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In the modiñcation shown in Figure 7 of the
drawing, we employ a substantially frusto conical
head 34 which «is provided with a depending
flange 35 and a radial flange 35 corresponding to
the flanges 3l and 32 in Figure 6. The head is
provided with a stud 31 which is provided with an
enlarged upper portion or cap 33 carried in a
recess 39 formed in the head 3A. The stud is
adapted to project through the surface or wall to
Having thus described the invention, what We
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disc centrally thereof and adapted to project
through an opening to be sealed, said rib sur
rounding the upper end of the stud, a nut on the
lower end of the stud, and a sealing disc dis
posed against the disc about the stud and being
adapted for sealing the opening when the nut is
tightened, said rib providing reinforcement for
the disc and additional resiliency thereto for cre
ating binding between threads of the stud and nut
and said marginal flange conñning the sealing
disc beneath the head for preventing mutilation
thereof.
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2. A mending patch including a disc having a
circumferentially extending rib spaced from its
periphery deñning an inner portion and an outer
portion for said disc, said inner portion being of
greater height than said outer portion, a stud
extending throughrthe disc axially of saidinner
portion and having
a headed upper end bearing y
against the outer face of the disc and surrounded
by the rib», a nut on the stud and a sealing disc
carried beneath the disc about said stud and
being adapted for closing an opening to be sealed
in a wall when the nut is tightened, said rib pro
viding a reinforcement for the disc and together
with said upper and lower portions cooperating
for creating a binding action between threads of
the stud and nut to hold the nut in a set position
and also permitting a greater pressure to be ex
erted upon the outer rim of said disc whereby
said sealing disc will'be ñrmly clamped between
the head and wall.
EARL BULLIS.
lL. s.l
MAX JACOBSON. [1.. s.l
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