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March 20, 1951
J, J, MACKERT
2,545,624
ROTATABLE PERFORATED TOP WITH AGITATOR FOR POWDER CANS
Filed Oct. 29, 1946
Patented Mar. 20, 1951
' 2,545,624
-UNlTED ‘STATE-S PATENT OFFICE
2,545,624
ROTATABLE PERFORATED TOP WITH
AGITATOR FOR POWDER CANS
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‘John J. Mackert, Detroit, Mich.
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Application October 29, 1946, Serial No. 706,381
4 Claims.
(Cl. 222—-242)
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This invention relates to rotatable perforated
for permitting powder to pass from the
top with agitator for powder cans, especially de
signed for containing tooth powder or the like,
the primary object of the invention being to pro
through the discharge opening.
.can
,
.
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‘Formed integral with the inner rotary sec
tion I0, is an agitating blade l3 which is sub
stantially triangular in shape, the blade being
wide to out under the powder which is delivered
within the spout, for discharge through the (118+
vide a powder can having a rotatable top pro
vided with means‘ for agitating the powder at the
discharge opening of the top, to prevent the
' powder from caking at the discharge, opening,
charge opening of the can.
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and becoming so solidi?ed that thé powder will
not move through the discharge opening.
An important object of the invention is to
provide an agitator of this character which is so
constructed and arranged that with each rotary
movement of the cover to open the discharge
openingof the can, the agitator will loosen and 15
As clearly shown by Figure 3 of the drawing,
this agitating blade l3 extends towards'theinner
rotary section,'the free edge of the blade being
disposed at a point adjacent to the discharge
opening ‘I, the blade being inclined with respect
to the annular ?ange I I.
direct a quantity of powder forwardly, to the .
is an) operating disc 14 which is formed with a
discharge opening.
?nger I5 that ?ts under the strap 9 which is
.
Another object of the invention is to provide
Cooperating with the inner rotary section II),
struck from the rotary section II] and bent up
a cover of this character which may be manu
wardly out of its plane, where it is extended
' factured at a minimum cost and without increas 20 through the opening 8 in a position to receive,
the ?nger l5 securing the operating disc l4 and
ing the cost of the manufacture of the can cover
appreciably.
the inner rotary section l0, together, so that
rotary movement of the operat’ng disc M, will
With the foregoing and other objects in view
which will appear as the description proceeds,
rotate the section Hi to align the opening of the
the invention consists of certain novel details of 25 inner rotary section In with the discharge open
ing 7.
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construction and combinations of parts, herein
The segmental ?ange I6 is formed on the oper
after more fully described and pointed out in
ating disc, and this ?ange is formed with a
the claims, it being understood that changes may
roughened surface to permit easy operation of
be made in the construction and arrangement of
parts without departing from the spirit of the in 30 the operating disc [4, when the ?nger of the per
son using the can, is moved over the ?ange I6.
vention as claimed.
From the foregoing, it will be seen that due to
Referring to the drawing:
Figure 1 is a plan view of a powder can equipped '
the construction shown and described, with each
with the cover and cap, constructed in accord
ance with the invention.
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movement of the operating disc H! or cover, to
35 align the openings of the rotary section and the
spouts, the agitating blade It will not only agitate
the powder which collects within the spout, main
taining the powder loose, but will at the same
time act to direct a quantity of the powder to
of the rotary cap.
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Figure 3 is a sectional view taken on line 3-3 40 wards the registering openings where it may pass
Figure 2 is a bottom plan view thereof, a por
tion of the agitator blade having been broken
away, illustrating the construction of the pivot
of Figure 1.
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Figure 4 is a sectional view taken on line 4—4
of Figure 1.
Referring to the drawing in detail, the reference
from the can.
What is claimed is:
1. In a powder can, a spout having a discharge
opening, a closure for the spout, said closure com
character 5 indicates a tooth powder can which 45 prising an inner rotary section having an open
‘ing adapted to register with the discharge open
is formed with a raised spout 6 which is closed
ing of the spout, and a substantially triangular
with the exception of the discharge opening 1 and
inclined agitator blade connected at one of its
the central opening 8, through which the strap 9
ends with the inner rotary section the opposite
of the inner rotary section II] extends. The inner
rotary section It] is formed with an annular ?ange 50 end of the blade being free and adapted to pick
up and direct the .powder towards the discharge
II which is cut away as at l2, the cut away por
tion l2 extending an appreciable distance into thev
opening as the inner section is rotated, and means
main‘ portion of the inner rotary section III,
for rotating the inner rotary section and blade.
providing a discharge opening, adapted to reg
2. In a powder can, a spout having a discharge
ister with the discharge opening of the spout 6 55 opening, an inner rotary member mounted with
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in the spout and having an opening adapted to
register with the discharge opening of the spout,
‘permitting material to discharge from the can,
in the spout and having a discharge opening
adapted to register with the opening of the spout
permitting material to pass from the can, an
an operating disc mounted on the spout and hav
operating disc mounted exteriorly of the spout
and having connection with the inner rotary Ca ing a segmental ?ange extending downwardly
therefrom, providing a ?nger piece, means for
member whereby rotary movement of the oper
connecting the inner rotary member and operat
ating disc operates the inner rotary member, and
ing disc whereby movement of the operating disc
an agitating blade inclined with respect to the
rotates the inner rotary'member, and an inclined
rotary member mounted on the inner rotary
agitating blade secured to the inner rotary mem
member at one end of the blade, the opposite
ber at one end of the blade and operating ad
end of the blade being free and adapted to cut
jacent to the discharge opening the opposite end
into the material Within the can and agitate ma
of the blade being free and inclined towards the
terial adjacent to the discharge opening.
rotary member adapted to pick up material and
3. In a powder can, a spout having a closed
direct material to the discharge opening as the
outer end formed with a discharge opening and
inner rotary member is rotated.
having a central opening, an inner rotary mem
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ber mounted within the spout, va strap formed on
the inner rotary member and being extended
through the central opening of the spout, an op
erating disc mounted on the spout, a ?nger eX
tending from the operating disc ‘and adapted to
be positioned within the strap or the inner rotary
member, securing the operating disc and inner
rotary member together, whereby movement of
the operating disc operates the inner rotary mem
her, and a blade carried by the inner rotary mem
bee, said blade being inclined and adapted to
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JOHN J. MACKERT.
REFERENCES CITED
The following references are of record in the
'file of this patent:
'
UNITED ‘STATES
Number
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Date
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Rosenthal ________ __ July 11, 1916
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Anthony is‘. ____ -a__ Nov. 17, 1925
McAtree _ ______ __r__~_ Jan. 17, 1928
direct powder towards the discharge opening,
1,668,658
Reutter ___
when the operating disc and inner rotary mem
her are rotated.
2,012,586
2,016,440
2,972,506
Brown __-__._:_r.ir___»___~_ Augr.27, 1935
Kaufman _r_c__i___r____ ‘Oct. 8, 1935
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opening, an inner rotary ‘member mounted with
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A May 8, 1928
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