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Life Saving Apparatus (Patent No: 169669)

Inventor: Edlund, John Ludvik

Location: Claresholm

Comments: see above

Description: Appareil de sauvetage.

John Ludvik Ediund, Claresholm, Alberta, Canada, 23rd May, 1916; 6 years. Filed 18th June, 1915. Receipt No. 253,004.

Claim.1. A life saving apparatus of the class described, comprising an upper portion formed like a grip, a plurality of pockets therein, a lower portion formed like a pair of troupers integral with the upper portion, a water tight pocket in one of the legs thereof, and means for supplying air to the apparatus.

2. A life saving apparatus of the class described, comprising an upper portion formed like a grip, a lower portion formed integral therewith, male fastening members mounted on the lateral faces of the said upper portion, a band, female fastening members mounted on the ends of the said band, and means for supplying air to the apparatus.

3. A life saving apparatus of the class described, comprising an upper portion formed like a grip, covers hinged on the said upper portion, a lower portion formed integral with the said upper portion, means for rendering the apparatus water tight when the said covers are closed, and means for supplying air to the said apparatus.

4. A life saving apparatus of the class described, comprising an upper portion formed like a grip, covers hinged on the said upper portion, a rubber rim located between the adjacent faces of the said covers, a lower portion formed integral with the said upper portion, and means for supplying air to the said apparatus.

5. A life saving apparatus of the class described, comprising an upper portion formed like a grip, a lower portion formed like a pair of trousers integral with the upper portion, means for supplying air to the apparatus comprising a dome-shaped cover having orifices therethrough, a conical flange mounted therein, and a funnel carried by the said conical flange.

6. A life preserver comprising a container portion, a leg portion forcing an extension of said contained portion, and an air inlet comprising a dome-shaped cover perforated near its base supported from the preserver, a funnel communicating with the interior of the preserver housed thereby, and a downwardly disposed flange carried by said cover and surrounding the neck of said funnel.

7. A life preserver comprising a container portion, a leg portion forming an extension of said container portion, and an air inlet comprising a dome-shaped cover perforated near its base supported from the preserver, a funnel communicating with the interior of the preserver housed thereby, a downwardly disposed flange carried by said cover surrounding the neck of the funnel, and a sloping and encircling splash plate depending from said funnel near its base.

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