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US1034056A
US1034056A US65353211A US1911653532A US1034056A US 1034056 A US1034056 A US 1034056A US 65353211 A US65353211 A US 65353211A US 1911653532 A US1911653532 A US 1911653532A US 1034056 A US1034056 A US 1034056A
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F23COMBUSTION APPARATUS; COMBUSTION PROCESSES
    • F23DBURNERS
    • F23D11/00Burners using a direct spraying action of liquid droplets or vaporised liquid into the combustion space
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G. R. BAIR.
A OILABURNER. APPLICATION FILED 0011.9, 1911.
1 O34 O56 A 'Patented July 30,1912.
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ALLEN KINNE AND ONE-THIRD 'IO KANSAS.
Josnrn MARTIN oATnnN, 36TH or mornin,
OIL-BURNER.'
-Application filed October 9, 1911. Serial No. 653,532.
To all whom t may concern.'
Be it known that I, GEORGE R. Bain, a citizenj of the United States, residingy at Topeka, in the county`of Shawnee and State of Kansas, have invented anew and `useful Oil-Burner, lof which the following is a.;
speciication. l.
The invention relates to improvements in oil burners.
`` The object of the. present invention is to improve the construction of oil/burners, andv to provide a simple, eiiicient and comparatively inexpensive burner, adapted to be readily applied to stoves, furnaces, locomotives,
etc., and capable of using as a fuel either refined or crude oil without danger and'without soot, smoke or odor. A further object of the invention is to provide an oil burner of this character, adapted 4to ber used in series with a single source- 'of supply, and capable of enabling one or more burners to be operated. J
With these and other objects in view, tne
invention consists in the construction and novel combination of parts hereinafter fully described, illustrated in the accompanying drawing, and pointed out in the claim hereto appended; it being understood that various changes in the form, proportion, size and minor details of lconstruction, within the scope ofthe claim, may be resorted to without' departing from the spirit or sacriicing any ofthe advantages of the inven-` tion.
'In the drawing :-Figure luis an elevation of a series of oil burners, constructed in. accordance 'with this invention. Fig. 2 is a perspective view of one of the burners Fig. 3 is" a detail sectional view, illustrating th construction ofthe burner casing.
Like numerals of reference designate corresponding parts in all the figures of the drawing.
In the accompan ing drawing in which is illustrated the pre erred lembodiment of the invention, l designates a fuel tank, designed to be arranged 1n any convenient location either adjacent to or remote from .the stove orfurnace, and adapted to contain either crude or-r'ened oil and air under pressure, `which forces the fuel through a supply pipe 2 having a horizontal branch 3, extending into the re'pot of a stove 4 and equipped at intervals with needle valves 5 for controlling the flow of the fuel to a pluralitypf .I bent vaporizingpipes 6. Eachfvaporizing V- t pipe 6, whch is approximately U-shaped,k
is composed of upper and lower approximately horizontal arms or portions r and 8- and a'connecting bend, the upper Iarm or portlon being `connected with the needle valve 5 and the lower arm-or portion being speifioanon of Letters ratent.' Patented.luly30,1912. l
closed at ts terminal and supportingatan 'I intermediate point a burner casing 9. The
b urner casing 9, which is approximately'cylindrical, 'consists of a horizontal bottom 10 and vertical Vwalls having opposite circular openings 11, through' which the lower arm or portion of?A the vaporizingpipe passes. The' 1 'wer arm of the vaporizing pipe is arrange at vthe bottom 10 of the burner casing, which is suitably secured to the vaporizing pipe, and thalatter is provided within the burner casing Vwithan outlet 12, located Y at a point intermediate of its endsand centrally of the casing.` v
The burner casing4 is provided at opposite sides'adjacent to the bottom with lower air inlet openings 13, and it is equipped with an approximately pyramidal cap 14, having radially' arranged ro,ws.of perforations 15 atwhich the gas burns with a blue flame when y the burner is 1n operation. The tapered cap, as clearl shown in Fig. 2 of the drawing, has fiat inwardly tapered uppervsectorshaped faces forming radial ridges or edges, and the perforations 15 are arranged at in tervals along the radial ridges or edges of the upper face of `the ca The burner casf ing projectsupwardly rom the lower arm or portion of the vaporizing pipe, and the burner cap V14 is located beneath the upper arm or portion vso that the burnerheats the said upper arm or ort-ion 7 and vaporizes the oil discharged into the saine from the needle valves. The vaporized oil and the mixed air commingle Within the burner casing andburn with a blue flame similar to a v is adapted to be {illed with oil and swung beneathA the` upper'jarm or *portion 7 of the vaporizing, pipeifor'the initial heating of v the samel: vI hefilisthen lighted, and after- `-the vaporizing A'pipe becomes suleiently ted to convertit-lie oil into a gas, Ithe 'burnerjmaybeI-lighted andthe pivoted cup or receptacle allay. then A from beneath' the vaporizing pipe,
way o ne or more sure within*- thev v4Supplyif ianeifrom entering` the, same.
air tightk 'closure for' Having'dthuS ,f
tion', What-,FII` claim asjnew-and cure by Letters Patent, is
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{.gwung around lthe upper or portion ofzsgnei lbe out ofv the "the flameof-'theburnen The flow ofthe fuel to theburneir is'pontrolled by the needle valve, which regulates `the sizeof the* "amewhen the burner-is operation.l j;
v n ofthe burners'may beused;4 and either crude orrened oil may be burned .fwith perfect `"safetnuasthe.:fuel underjpresed pipe prevents fthe I p The burnerl wlll operate properly within a -stove or fur-V nace, and 'itis not necessary to provide an yedeoribed mrylinv'en; I desire to ASeand tion
or ve cents each,
,ing a supply pipe, conneeted therewith tions anda connecting bend, the lower u Witnesses a bent vavporizing pipe and composed of upper lower approximately horizontal poror- `being provided at an interme iate outlet, and an approximately by the 'lower portion of the ofthe vaporizing pipe, said burner caslower lportion with faeesforming radial rillges or being provided along the going GEORGEV RICHARD- Bam.'
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