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Datingg guard kept the sickle from penetrating too far into the can. The opener consisted of several parts which could be Datijg if worn out, especially the sickle. A home-use opener named the "Bull's Dating tin cans opener" was designed in and was supplied with cans of pickled beef named "Bully beef". The opener was made of cast iron and had a very similar construction to the Yeates opener, but featured a more artistic shape and was the first move towards improving the look of the can opener. The bull-headed design was produced until the s and was also offered with a fish-head shape. Then, the length of the lever had to be adjusted to fit the can size, and the lever fixed with the wingnut.

The top of the can was cut by pressing the cutting wheel into the can near the edge and rotating it along the can's rim. Inthe Star Can Opener Company of San Francisco, California had improved Lyman's design by adding a second, serrated wheel, called a "feed wheel", which allowed a firm grip of the can edge. This addition was so efficient that the design is still in use today. Whereas all previous openers required using one hand or other means to hold the can, can-holding openers simultaneously grip the can and open it. The first such opener was patented in by the Bunker Clancey Company of Kansas City, Missouri and was, therefore, called the "Bunker".

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It featured the now standard pliers-type handles, Daying squeezed would tightly grip the Datinng rim, while turning the key would rotate the cutting wheel, progressively cutting the lid along the rim. The cutting wheel is coupled to a serrated feed wheel via a set of gears, as in the Star design. Contemporary church key, three views. The left end is Dating tin cans can piercer and Dating tin cans right end is a bottle cap lifter. Church key initially referred to a simple hand-operated device for prying the canss called a " crown cork " or "bottle cap" off a glass bottle; this kind of closure was invented in The same opener was used for piercing those cans.

Made from a single piece of pressed metal, with tkn sharp point at one end, it was devised by D. Sampson, [14] [15] for the American Can Companywho depicted operating instructions on the cans. For example, a "butterfly" opener is often a combination of the church key and a serrated-wheel opener. A modern butterfly opener combining a serrated wheel and a "church key". There is sparse, and often contradictory, documentation on the origin of the term "church key". The phrase is likely an ironic euphemism, as the opener was obviously not designed to access churches.

One explanation is that in Medieval Europemost brewers were monks. Lager cellars in the monasteries were locked to protect aging beers, and the monks carried keys to these lager cellars. It may have been those keys, which remotely resembled the early church key openers, that gave the "church key" opener its name. Some experts have posited the term "church key" was in mockery of the religious organizations which had supported Prohibition. It was also called "key", because of resemblance to a door key. Such openers are spot-welded or soldered to many small, thin-walled cans nowadays and are separated prior to use by prying the key up and bending it back and forth a few times until it breaks loose.

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