Aerator and spray combination

Fluid sprinkling – spraying – and diffusing – Combining of separately supplied fluids – Liquid flow induces atmospheric air


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13762548, 239447, 239449, B05B 116




An improved faucet spout attachment is provided for selectively delivering therefrom either an aerated stream or a spray of liquid. The attachment is inexpensively manufactured and provided by an adapter and a body member. The adapter is shaped to provide thereon both an upstream annular head and a reduced diameter downstream nipple. The adapter's nipple has its exit passageway only in the nipple's longitudinal wall. Two seals are provided on the nipple both up-stream and downstream of the exit passageway. A seal is provided on the adapter's annular head. The body member is axially elongated and constructed to slidingly cooperate with both the head and nipple of the adapter to provide two liquid tight seals at alternate axial positions for the body member. The body member is shiftable axially between two operative positions that establish alternate paths of flow from the body member, one of which produces a spray while the other path leads to a discharge opening in which an aerator is positioned.

patent: 3524591 (1970-08-01), Samuels et al.
patent: 3684191 (1972-08-01), Shames et al.
patent: 3902671 (1975-09-01), Symmons


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