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US1062560A
US1062560A US73258612A US1912732586A US1062560A US 1062560 A US1062560 A US 1062560A US 73258612 A US73258612 A US 73258612A US 1912732586 A US1912732586 A US 1912732586A US 1062560 A US1062560 A US 1062560A
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    • F24CDOMESTIC STOVES OR RANGES ; DETAILS OF DOMESTIC STOVES OR RANGES, OF GENERAL APPLICATION
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  • This invent-ion relates to new and useful improvements in cooking stoves which are particularly designed to cook by means of either gas or coal fuel or both, and is so constructed that its assembled parts will be compactly arranged and eflicient in operation for all the various uses of which a device of this character is capable.
  • the object of the invention is to provide a cooking stove of the above character having a water heater arranged therein and which is so constructed that the water may be heated by gas or coal at the option of the operator. 7
  • Another object of the invention is to provide a device of this character which will possess advantages in points of efficiency and durability, is inexpensive to manufacture and at the same time is simple in construction and operation.
  • Figure 1 is a vertical sectional view of a stove constructed in accordance with our invention.
  • Fig. 3 is a top plan view of the slid ing burner, with the tank conventionally represented.
  • Fig. 4 is a side elevation of a sliding burner.
  • F ig. 5 is an enlarged longitudinal sectional view showing connection between the burner and the main gas pipe.
  • Fig. 6 is a top plan view of the heating plate arranged within the oven.
  • Fig. 7 is a sectional View taken on the line S-8 of Fig. 6.
  • Fig. 8 is an elevation showing the spring door which closes the opening in the stove when the sliding burner is not in use.
  • 1 indicates the body of our cooking stove, the top of which is provided with a plurality of openings 2 within which grates may be inserted or the openings may be Application filed November 20, 1912.
  • Fig. 2 is a horizontal sectional latented May 20*, 1913.
  • the body 1 of the stove is divided into two compartments 1 and 5, the latter constituting the oven.
  • the compartment 4 is divided into two chambers G and 7, the latter being the ash receiving chamber which is divided from the upper chamber by means of the plate 8.
  • the upper chamber 6 comprises the fire box within which the coal or other suitable fuel may be burned.
  • a longitudinal chamber 9 Extending laterally from the chamber 6 is a longitudinal chamber 9.
  • the longitudinal guide members 10 Positioned within said chamber adjacent the fire box 6 are the longitudinal guide members 10 upon which the ends of the transverse burner supporting bars 11 are mounted.
  • the elongated burner 11 Mounted upon the transverse bars 11 and adapted for sliding movement within the chamber 9 is the elongated burner 11.
  • the burner 11 comprises the two head portions 12 arranged in spaced relation and suitably connected by means of the longitudinal perforated pipes 13. Connected to one of the head portions is an 1.. 14 upon the outer end of which is mounted the mixer 15.
  • Slidably mounted within the mixer is the feed pipe 16, the other end of said pipe being slidable within the end of the main gas pipe 17.
  • the end of the feed pipe 16 is slidably mounted within a suitable packing 18 arranged in the end of the pipe 17, and an enlarged portion 19 is formed upon the inner end of the pipe 16 so as to limit the sliding movement thereof and prevent the same from being pulled entirely out of the end of the pipe 17. It will be seen that by means of this arrangen'ient, the feed pipe 16 can be readily withdrawn from the mixer 15 so that the burner 1.1 can be quickly and easily removed from the chamber 9.
  • a water tank 20 Suitably supported at one side of the stove or to the rear thereof is a water tank 20 which is provided with a suitable cold water inlet pipe 21 and a hot water outlet pipe 22.
  • a coil 23 Arranged within the chamber 9 and disposed above the burner 11 is a coil 23 which is suitably connected by means of the pipes 241 and 25 to the upper and lower ends respectively of the tank 20, the pipe 25 conveying the cold water from the tank to the heating coil while the pipe 24 conveys water from the coil to the upper end of the tank where it may be drawn olf through the outlet pipe 22.
  • the heating plate 29 Arranged within the oven and having its longitudinal edges supported by means of the brackets 28 is the heating plate 29, the side edges of which are provided with the elongated openings 30 to allow the heat to pass from the lower part of the oven up into the upper part thereof.
  • an inverted cone shaped member 31 Arranged beneath the plate 29 is an inverted cone shaped member 31 having the tongues 32 formed upon the side edges thereof, disposed through the openings 30 and bent inwardly upon the body portion of the plate 29 to se curely hold the member 31 in position.
  • the member 31 is lined with a layer of asbestos as shown at Suspended from the bottom plate 34 of the oven is a casing 35 in which is arranged a suitable burner 36.
  • the bottom 34: of the oven is provided with an opening so that the heat from the burner will pass upwardly into the oven, the member 31 which is arranged directly above the opening and against which the heat strikes will distribute the heat to the sides of the oven so thatthe same willpass upwardly through the openings 30 and into the upper part of the even where the cooking takes place.
  • the 0pening above the burner is closed by means of a plate 37.
  • a shelf 38 Extending outwardly from the stove at one side thereof is a shelf 38 which is suitably supported by means of the brackets 39, said shelf being provided with the open ings l0 and beneath these openings are ar ranged the burners il which are suitably connected to the pipe 4-2.
  • the openings 40, when the burners 41 are not in use are suitably closed by means of the plates Arranged within the top of the oven 5 and extending transversely thereof is the burner 44; which is adapted to assist in heat ing the upper part of the oven.

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W. H. VAHL & W. J. PETRASEK.
STOVE.
APPLICATION FILED Nov 20, 1912.
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APPLICATION FILED NOV. 20, 1912.
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WILLIAM H. VAl-IL AND XVILLIAM J PETRASEK, OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
STOVE.
To all whom it may concern Be it known that we, WILLIAM lTT. Val-1L and IVILLIAM J. Pn'raasnx, citizens of the United States,' residing at Chicago, in the county of Cook and State of Illinois, have invented certain new and useful Improve ments in Stoves, of which the following is a specification reference being had to the accompanying drawings.
This invent-ion relates to new and useful improvements in cooking stoves which are particularly designed to cook by means of either gas or coal fuel or both, and is so constructed that its assembled parts will be compactly arranged and eflicient in operation for all the various uses of which a device of this character is capable.
The object of the invention is to provide a cooking stove of the above character having a water heater arranged therein and which is so constructed that the water may be heated by gas or coal at the option of the operator. 7
Another object of the invention is to provide a device of this character which will possess advantages in points of efficiency and durability, is inexpensive to manufacture and at the same time is simple in construction and operation.
With the above and other objects in View, the invention consists in the novel features of construction and the combination and arrangement of parts hereinafter more fully described, pointed out in the claims and shown in the accompanying drawings in which,
Figure 1 is a vertical sectional view of a stove constructed in accordance with our invention. view. Fig. 3 is a top plan view of the slid ing burner, with the tank conventionally represented. Fig. 4 is a side elevation of a sliding burner. F ig. 5 is an enlarged longitudinal sectional view showing connection between the burner and the main gas pipe. Fig. 6 is a top plan view of the heating plate arranged within the oven. Fig. 7 is a sectional View taken on the line S-8 of Fig. 6. Fig. 8 is an elevation showing the spring door which closes the opening in the stove when the sliding burner is not in use.
Referring more particularly to the drawings, 1 indicates the body of our cooking stove, the top of which is provided with a plurality of openings 2 within which grates may be inserted or the openings may be Application filed November 20, 1912.
Fig. 2 is a horizontal sectional latented May 20*, 1913.
Serial No. 732,586.
closed by covers as shown at 3. The body 1 of the stove is divided into two compartments 1 and 5, the latter constituting the oven. The compartment 4: is divided into two chambers G and 7, the latter being the ash receiving chamber which is divided from the upper chamber by means of the plate 8. The upper chamber 6 comprises the fire box within which the coal or other suitable fuel may be burned.
Extending laterally from the chamber 6 is a longitudinal chamber 9. Arranged within said chamber adjacent the fire box 6 are the longitudinal guide members 10 upon which the ends of the transverse burner supporting bars 11 are mounted. Mounted upon the transverse bars 11 and adapted for sliding movement within the chamber 9 is the elongated burner 11. The burner 11 comprises the two head portions 12 arranged in spaced relation and suitably connected by means of the longitudinal perforated pipes 13. Connected to one of the head portions is an 1.. 14 upon the outer end of which is mounted the mixer 15. Slidably mounted within the mixer is the feed pipe 16, the other end of said pipe being slidable within the end of the main gas pipe 17. The end of the feed pipe 16 is slidably mounted within a suitable packing 18 arranged in the end of the pipe 17, and an enlarged portion 19 is formed upon the inner end of the pipe 16 so as to limit the sliding movement thereof and prevent the same from being pulled entirely out of the end of the pipe 17. It will be seen that by means of this arrangen'ient, the feed pipe 16 can be readily withdrawn from the mixer 15 so that the burner 1.1 can be quickly and easily removed from the chamber 9.
Suitably supported at one side of the stove or to the rear thereof is a water tank 20 which is provided with a suitable cold water inlet pipe 21 and a hot water outlet pipe 22. Arranged within the chamber 9 and disposed above the burner 11 is a coil 23 which is suitably connected by means of the pipes 241 and 25 to the upper and lower ends respectively of the tank 20, the pipe 25 conveying the cold water from the tank to the heating coil while the pipe 24 conveys water from the coil to the upper end of the tank where it may be drawn olf through the outlet pipe 22.
Communication from the outside of the stove to the chamber 9 may be had through the opening 26 which is suitably closed by means of the spring door 27. When the burner 11 is used we provide a plate 26 which is mounted upon the L 14 and adapted to close the opening 26 when the burner is in its operative position.
Arranged within the oven and having its longitudinal edges supported by means of the brackets 28 is the heating plate 29, the side edges of which are provided with the elongated openings 30 to allow the heat to pass from the lower part of the oven up into the upper part thereof. Arranged beneath the plate 29 is an inverted cone shaped member 31 having the tongues 32 formed upon the side edges thereof, disposed through the openings 30 and bent inwardly upon the body portion of the plate 29 to se curely hold the member 31 in position. The member 31 is lined with a layer of asbestos as shown at Suspended from the bottom plate 34 of the oven is a casing 35 in which is arranged a suitable burner 36. The bottom 34: of the oven is provided with an opening so that the heat from the burner will pass upwardly into the oven, the member 31 which is arranged directly above the opening and against which the heat strikes will distribute the heat to the sides of the oven so thatthe same willpass upwardly through the openings 30 and into the upper part of the even where the cooking takes place. When the burner 36 is not in use, the 0pening above the burner is closed by means of a plate 37.
Extending outwardly from the stove at one side thereof is a shelf 38 which is suitably supported by means of the brackets 39, said shelf being provided with the open ings l0 and beneath these openings are ar ranged the burners il which are suitably connected to the pipe 4-2. The openings 40, when the burners 41 are not in use are suitably closed by means of the plates Arranged within the top of the oven 5 and extending transversely thereof is the burner 44; which is adapted to assist in heat ing the upper part of the oven.
From the above description taken in con nection with the accompanying drawings, it will be readily apparent that we have pro vided an eflicient and durable cooking stove where water may be quickly and readily heated by coal or gas at the option of the operator. It will also be apparent that the device is simple in construction and at the same time may be manufactured at a com paratively low cost.
While we have shown and described the preferred form of our invention, it will be obvious that various changes in the details of construction and in the proportions may be resorted to for successfully carrying our invention into practice without sacrificing any of the novel features or departing from the scope of the appended claims.
1. In combination with a stove, of guide members arranged therein, transverse bars having their ends slidably mounted upon said guide members, a burner mounted upon said bars for sliding movement within the stove, a water coil above said burner and means connecting said coil with a supply tank whereby the Water therein will be readily heated.
2. The combination with a stove body having a longitudinal chamber, of guide members arranged within said chamber, a burner slidably mounted upon said guide members, an L connected to said burner, a mixer upon the other end of said L, a'feed pipe having one end slidably mounted in said mixer, a main pipe in which the other end of the feed pipe is mounted and means carried by said feed pipe for limiting the sliding movement thereof.
3. The combination with a stove body having a longitudinal chamber, guide members arranged within said chamber, a burner slidably mounted upon said guide members, an l. connected to said burner, a mixer on the other end of said L, a feed pipe having nesses.
l/VILLIAM H. VAHL. VM. J. PETRASEK. lVi tnesses JOHN CHAPPELL, PAUL MILLER.
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