US1020339A - Condenser for gas apparatus. - Google Patents

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US1020339A
US1020339A US27833605A US1905278336A US1020339A US 1020339 A US1020339 A US 1020339A US 27833605 A US27833605 A US 27833605A US 1905278336 A US1905278336 A US 1905278336A US 1020339 A US1020339 A US 1020339A
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B. R. ANGELL.
CONDENSER FOR GAS APPARATUS.
APPLIUATION FILED BBPT.13, 1905.
Patented Mar. 12, 1912.
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EDMUND R. ANGELL, 0F DERBY, NEW HAMPSHIRE.
CONDENSER FOR GAS APPARATUS.
Application filed September 13, 1905.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, EDMUND R. ANGELL, a citizen of the United States, residing at Derry, in the county of Rockingham and State of New Hampshire, have invented a new and Improved Condenser for Gas Apparatus, of which the following is a specification.
The object of my invention is the construction of a chamber in gas apparatus for cooling the gas and removing moisture and other condensable fluids therefrom before it enters the gasholder, the chamber to be so located as to utilize the cooling power of the liquid in the gasholder seal and at the same time keep the wholedevice most compact. It also provides means for removing the condensation and for further drying and filtering the gas before it comes to the burners. I accomplish these things in the following manner.
The figure is a sectional elevation of the device, and the letters represent the corresponding parts to which they refer.
A and B represent two concentrically located tanks or cylinders and C the gasholder floating in liquid in the annular space X between them.
C C is the condensing chamber, occupying the space within the cylinder B, the roof E and floor I). The floor D is in the shape of an inverted cone. It extends outwardly from the bottom of the chamber, forming the bottom also of the annular space X and is attached at its circumference to the cylinder A.
E represents the inverted cone shaped cover over the chamber C C, and F is the broad flange of the cover shutting into the gasholder seal within the annular space to seal the gasholder from the chamber. This cover is removable so as to provide access to the interior of the chamber.
G represents a pipe extending from the central lowest part of the cover E obliquely downward to the side and near the bottom of the chamber and is open throughout. The top L of the gasholder is made in the shape of an inverted cone for the purpose of securing firmness and for. securely supporting weights necessary to give the required gas pressure.
The guides of the gasholder may be of the ordinary construction consisting of grooved pulleys R R attached to opposite sides of the top of the gasholder and rolling agamst up- Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented Mar. 12, 1912.
Serial No. 278,336.
right rods S S fastened to the outer tank A, or olther suitable method of guiding may be usc(.
H represents a pipe of large diameter, attached to the central lowest part of the bottom D and extending to the trap N just outside the tank A.
P is a draw-off in the trap N and O is a stop-cock in the pipe extension from the trap to the source of gas.
IV is the extension of the cylinder A below the floor D and serves only as a base and support for the machine.
J is the gas outlet pipe from the gas holder. It is fastened in the roof E by the lock-nuts 3 and in the cylinder A by lock-nuts It is provided with the stopcock 2 and enters the chamber A. This chamber combines the trap K in its lower part.
U is a draw-off in the trap.
S represents the service pipe placed near the top of this chamber.
C represents a nipple and cap for opening and closing the chamber. Drying material is placed upon the sieve B, and cotton, or other straining substance, fills the upper part of the chamber. The use of these things is obvious.
I is a pointer hanging from the top of the gas holder and working over a scale on the tank A, to index the quantity of gas in the holder. T is an arm also fastened to the top of the gasholdcr and adapted to engage mechanism connected with the gas-generating appliance.
M is a cover and protection for the gasholder. It is supported by arms V V fastened to the tank A.
As the warm gas loaded with moisture enters the. chamber C C through the pipe II it tends to rise to the roof E. This forces the cooler gas at the bottom of the chamber up into the gasholder through the oblique pipe G, while the moisture, coming against the cool sides of the chamber, runs down into the pipe II and trap N, from which it may be removed through the draw-off P, after complete condensation occurs.
Having thus fully described my invention, I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent the following 1. A condensing chamber in the gas passage from its source to the gasholder, formed by the inner cylindrical wall of the gasholder seal, a tunnel shaped cover with a broad flange shut-ting into the gasholder seal, and a tunnel shaped floor at the bottom of said Wall, receiving the entry of gas near its central lowest point, in combination with the gas channel from the condensing chamber to the gasholder, consisting of a pipe open throughout, extending from the central lowest point of the roof, obliquely downward with its lower end at the side and near the floor of said condensing chamber.
2. A condensing chamber in gas apparatus, in the gas passage from its source to gasholder, formed by the inner cylindrical wall of the gasholder seal, a tunnel shaped cover with a broad flange shutting into the seal of the gasholder, and a tunnel shaped floor receiving near its central lowest point the gas entry pipe connected with a drip pocket and means for removing the con 'a gasholder floating in an annular space, a
chamber within the inner wall of said annular space, a gas channel entering near the central lowest point of the floor of said chamber and continued from the side near the floor to the central lowest part of the roof thereof.
EDMUND R. ANGELL.
Witnesses WM. F. BLOO'D, WVILLIAM T. MORSE.
Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents. Washington, D. C.
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