US101192A - Improvement in fluid-lamps - Google Patents

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    • F23COMBUSTION APPARATUS; COMBUSTION PROCESSES
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T. WARD.
Vapor Burner. No. 101,192. Patented March 22, 1870.
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THOMAS WARILUF COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Letters Patent No. 101,192, dated March 22, 1870.
IMPROVEMENT IN FLUID-LAMPS.
The Schedulereferred to in these Letters Patent and making part of the same.
Figure2 is a side view, showing the arm and burner elevated on the same.
Figure 3 is a detached sectional view showing the cut-off by which the flow of the fluid is regulated.
Figure 4 is a detached view showing the burner.
Figure 5 is a cross-sectional view of the burner.
Similar letters of reference indicate corresponding facts in all the figures.
The object of this invention is to provide a cheap and safe lamp and burner for illuminating purposes.
The invention consists in the novel method of adjusting the arm or pipe in its connection with the lamp, by which a cut-off of the flow of fluid is produced in elevating the generator or burner above the reservoir.
' To enable others to understand the nature and construction of my invention, I will proceed to describe it with reference to'the drawings.
A represents the lamp, constructed in a peculiar shape, as shown in figs. 1 and 2, the upper portion being used as a reservoir in which the fiuid is placed, and the base of the same being filled with sand, or any other substance, giving sufficient weight to prevent the lamp from being upset B in figs. 1 and 2 represents the connecting joint between the base and reservoir, and to which the arm of the lamp is attached. I
The fluid enters the adjustable arm E, as is shown in fig. 3, from reservoir 0 through opening D, the flow of the same being regulated by means of raising or lowering the arm, which works in a socket by means of a screw-thread.
When the lamp is not mess, the arm is elevated,
bringing theburner above the reservoir, as is shown infig. 2; and when it is to be lighted, an application of heat is made to the burner K, by, means ofa small torch, occupying but a few seconds of time. The arm is then lowered, as is shown in fig. 1, and the fluid passes through the packing, whichis placed in that part of the arm nearest the generator, and enters the generating-chamber F, as seen in fig. 5, where it is velatilized into gas by means of heat furnished from the projections J, at the top of the burner. The gas or vapor then passes through the small opening G, and enters the gas-chamber H, where it is supplied with oxygen by means of openings I I, as is shown by fig. 4. It then passes-upward and out at the openings L, fig. 5, where it is ignited into a bright illuminating flame, which,-acting upon the projections at the top, produces suiiicient heat to generate gas for the further supply of the burner.
\Vhat I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is-
The lamp A,'in combination with the adjustable arm E, constructed and operating in the manner as and for the purpose set forth. I
THOMAS \VARD. Witnesses JOHN SMITH.
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