Rogers and Ernie Coombs Mr. Rogers, in turn, invited Coombs to come along and work as a puppeteer on the new program, which was going to be called Misterogers.
It is never built. Invented by Frank Shailor Hazel and Lloyd Copeman apply for toaster patents Copeman Electric Stove Company introduced toaster with automatic bread turner Westinghouse introduces electric toaster for the home. Under license of Copeman patents Charles Strite invents a automatic pop-up bread toaster and applies for a patent Waters Genter Co.
Retrieved from The Great Idea Finder. Yet, people have been consuming bread for the past 6, years, and people have been toasting bread since the time of the Romans.
Toasting bread makes it crunchier and preserves it, an especially important characteristic for early civilizations. Before the advent of the electric toaster, bread was toasted over an open fire with the help of a variety of simple tools.
Toasting bread does more than just preserve it, of course, it changes its nature; bread becomes sweeter, crunchier and the perfect surface on which to spread all sorts of things. The toaster represents the crest of one wave of technological innovation, it began with a huge effort to electrify the nation.
Once homes were wired this created a demand for household appliances, one of which was the toaster. Even after electricity was introduced to homes across America, the electric toaster was still not a feasible invention.
Because the surface of toast needs to be heated to temperatures above degrees Fahrenheit, electric toasters must contain wires with the ability to reach very high temperatures without becoming damaged or starting a fire.
Such a wire would have many uses, aside from application to an electric toaster. Therefore, many companies strove to discover it.
By March ofan engineer named Albert Marsh discovered that an alloy of nickel and chromium, known as Nichrome, had the properties of the sought after wire. Shortly after Marsh's discovery, an employee of the American Electric Heater Company named George Schneider applied for a patent for his version of the electric toaster.
In the next several years, there were already several people and companies working to develop their own versions of the toaster.
There must have been a number of prototype electric toasters made by companies and garage inventors alike in these early years, but it wasn't until that the first successful electric toaster was produced. In July,Frank Shailor of General Electric submitted his patent application for the D, considered the first commercially successful electric toaster.
Lloyd Copeman and his wife, Hazel, were window-shopping one day in and they were looking at an electric toaster displayed in a store window.
The normal way a toaster worked at the time was to place the bread on a rack facing the heated electric coils. When the bread was toasted on one side, it was flipped by hand for the toasting of the other side. The Copeman's, both Hazel and Lloyd were issued five toaster related patents during Some swung the toast around in little baskets.
Another toaster carried the bread past the heating elements on a little conveyer belt, toasting it as it traveled along. In the decade following the invention of the toaster, toasters sparked a great deal of public interest, and a variety of toaster models were produced.
During World War I, a master mechanic in a plant in Stillwater, Minnesota decided to do something about the burnt toast served in the company cafeteria. To circumvent the need for continual human attention, Charles Strite incorporated springs and a variable timer, and filed the patent for his pop-up toaster on May 29, He intended the device would be sold to the restaurant trade.
Strite, born in Minneapolis, MN, received patent on October 18, for the bread-toaster. That same year Strite formed the Waters Genter Company to manufacture his toaster and market it to restaurants.
Receiving financial backing from friends, Strite oversaw production of the first one hundred hand-assembled toasters, which were shipped to the Childs restaurant chain.
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By the end of Charles Strite's Toastmaster was available to the public and was a huge success. The next major breakthrough for the toaster came in Mar 20, · It's the rare dish that truly changes the way Americans eat for generations to come.
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