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US1063322A
US1063322A US67205112A US1912672051A US1063322A US 1063322 A US1063322 A US 1063322A US 67205112 A US67205112 A US 67205112A US 1912672051 A US1912672051 A US 1912672051A US 1063322 A US1063322 A US 1063322A
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  • This invention relates to apparatus for separating liquids from solids, and more particularly to apparatus for separating oils,
  • Oneof the objects of my present inven-, tion is to provide an apparatus of the kind stated, the container of which is composed of a plurality of sections secured inendwise' relation and so arranged that one or both end sections may be disconnected from the middle section, removedtherefrom and turned to a position to'discharge the matter contained therein.
  • FIG. 1 One embodiment of this particular form of the invention is illustrated in the accom- .panying drawing, in which the figure there shown is a longitudinal-section of the apparatus illustrating in full lines one of the end sections disconnected from the middles'ection and at a distance therefrom.
  • the apparatus here shown is composed of three'sections marked A, B and. 0, respectively.
  • the section A isfixed, and B and C are removably secured to the'opposite
  • the va l ve E When this chamber has received the required amount of material, the va l ve E is closed and steam or other suitable fluid is introduced through the pipe G. may be under suflicient pressure to compact the solid residue of the material.
  • the chamber 16 is provided with one or more outlets for the discharge of the extracted fluid therefrom.
  • the sections B and C are rigidly clamped to the ends of the section A, by suitable'means, such for example, as the bolts 18 pivoted to the flanges 19 surrounding the ends of'the section A, and extending through apertures in said flanges, and the apertures in the flanges 20 on the inner endof each of the sections B and C.
  • suitable'means such for example, as the bolts 18 pivoted to the flanges 19 surrounding the ends of'the section A, and extending through apertures in said flanges, and the apertures in the flanges 20 on the inner endof each of the sections B and C.
  • a pressure supply means for this purpose is a pipe H connected to the closed end of said removable sections, through which a suitable source of fluid, under pressure, such as air or steam, may be forced to drive out the contents of the said movable sections.
  • the said movable sections are provided with hoisting or dumping apparatus of a suitable kind.
  • this apparatus consists of a bail 30, so pivoted at 31, to the sections B and'O, that when removed from the middle section, said section hangs so that the discharge end thereof is slightly in an upward position,' as the section B shown in full lines in the figure.
  • To the bail is connected a hoisting ap paratus 32, .the' upper end of which is'connected to atrolley 33, movable'on a track 34,
  • each of the movable sections. at 35, is connected one end of a wire or rope 36, the other end of said rope passing through a block 37, secured to the trolley.
  • This rope is for the purpose of raising the closed end of each movable section and swinging the same onits pivot 31, .so that the open end will be downward for discharging the contentsthereof, as shown in dotted lines. in the figure.
  • a container having an inner and an outer wall, with a space between the inner wall being adapted to retain solidmat'ter and to permit liquid to pass into said space, said container having end sections secured thereto and adapted to be removed therefrom, means for suspending said end'sections when removed from the middle section, and means to turn said end sections into a downwardly open position for the discharge of the solid matter contained therein.
  • the inner .walls being adapted to permit liquid to pass into said'space and to retain solid matter, and means through which the container is su plied with material to be treated and wit a fluid for extracting said material.
  • a treating chambe consisting of a stationary middle section and. two connected end sections adapted to be disconnected from said middle section, means for suspending the removable end sections and means for limiting the swing of said sections and moving them into downwardly open position for the discharge of solid matter therefrom.
  • An apparatus of the class described consisting of a stationary section and a removable section connected thereto, means for suspending the removable section so that its open end will be upward when removed from the stationary section, and means for removing the said section from the stationary section.
  • An apparatus of the class described consisting of a stationary section and aremovable section connected thereto, means for suspending the removable section so that its open end will be upward when removed from the stationary section, and means connected to the removable section for swinging it on its pivot to turn the open end downward for 6.
  • An ap aratusof the class described consisting o a stationary section and a removable sectionconnected thereto, means for suspending the removable section when disconnected from the stationary section, and

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I. BLOUNT.
SEPARATOR.
APPLIOATION FILED JAN. 19, 1912.
"1, 39%,, Patented June 3, 1913.
WITNESSES IRVING BLOU'NT, F NEW YOIB,K, Y.
summon To all whom it may concern Be it known that I, IRVING BLoUN'r, a
citizen of theUnited States, and a resident of the borough of Brooklyn, city and State of New York, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Separators, of which the following is a specification.
This invention relates to apparatus for separating liquids from solids, and more particularly to apparatus for separating oils,
I rease water etc.. from arba 'e, or other matter, and is a specific form of the invention gdescribed in my Patent N 0. 1,016,241,
grantedJanuar'y 30, 1912.
Oneof the objects of my present inven-, tion is to provide an apparatus of the kind stated, the container of which is composed of a plurality of sections secured inendwise' relation and so arranged that one or both end sections may be disconnected from the middle section, removedtherefrom and turned to a position to'discharge the matter contained therein.
Other objects will appear fro-m the hereinafter description.
One embodiment of this particular form of the invention is illustrated in the accom- .panying drawing, in which the figure there shown is a longitudinal-section of the apparatus illustrating in full lines one of the end sections disconnected from the middles'ection and at a distance therefrom. The
dotted line position shows this section ends of said section A.
turned for discharging the contents thereof.
The apparatus here shown is composed of three'sections marked A, B and. 0, respectively. The section A isfixed, and B and C are removably secured to the'opposite Each of these sec: tions B and-'Cis formed of an outer wall 12, and an inner wall 13, spaced from each is charged to the container.
, the material therethrough. Steam or other suitable neans for extracting purposes is introduced through the pipe G. In operation, the sectlons A, Band C are relatively arranged to form a chamber into-whichthe material to be treated issupplied through Specification of Letters Patent.
. This fluid ,bers' 14,
' Patented June s, more.
Application filed January 19, 1912. Serial No. 672,051.
the hopper I). When this chamber has received the required amount of material, the va l ve E is closed and steam or other suitable fluid is introduced through the pipe G. may be under suflicient pressure to compact the solid residue of the material. The extracted liquid and the extracting fluid employed flow through the perforated inner walls 13 of the sections A,-Band=C, and into the-space between said-walls and the. outer wall 12, and ultimately'reach the space or chamber .16, between the inner and outer walls. of the section A, andcollect at the bottom of the latter, the bracing membeing interrupted wherever necessary to permit the fluid to freely flow to the chamber 16. The chamber 16 is provided with one or more outlets for the discharge of the extracted fluid therefrom.
During the extracting process the sections B and C are rigidly clamped to the ends of the section A, by suitable'means, such for example, as the bolts 18 pivoted to the flanges 19 surrounding the ends of'the section A, and extending through apertures in said flanges, and the apertures in the flanges 20 on the inner endof each of the sections B and C. When the liquid matter has been extracted the bolts '18 arereleasedf andvthe end sections are disconnected from the middle section and then tiltedso that the open end will be downward, so that the solid matter contained therein may be readily and .freely discharged therefrom. This discharge may be effected by gravity, but it is preferable to assist gravity by meansof pressure. An example of a pressure supply means for this purpose is a pipe H connected to the closed end of said removable sections, through which a suitable source of fluid, under pressure, such as air or steam, may be forced to drive out the contents of the said movable sections. The said movable sections are provided with hoisting or dumping apparatus of a suitable kind. Preferably, this apparatus consists of a bail 30, so pivoted at 31, to the sections B and'O, that when removed from the middle section, said section hangs so that the discharge end thereof is slightly in an upward position,' as the section B shown in full lines in the figure. To the bail is connected a hoisting ap paratus 32, .the' upper end of which is'connected to atrolley 33, movable'on a track 34,
To the closed end of each of the movable sections. at 35, is connected one end of a wire or rope 36, the other end of said rope passing through a block 37, secured to the trolley. This rope is for the purpose of raising the closed end of each movable section and swinging the same onits pivot 31, .so that the open end will be downward for discharging the contentsthereof, as shown in dotted lines. in the figure.
Having no'w described my invention, what 4 I claim as new and desire to secure by- Letters Patent is:
1. In an apparatus of the kind described, a container having an inner and an outer wall, with a space between the inner wall being adapted to retain solidmat'ter and to permit liquid to pass into said space, said container having end sections secured thereto and adapted to be removed therefrom, means for suspending said end'sections when removed from the middle section, and means to turn said end sections into a downwardly open position for the discharge of the solid matter contained therein.
2. In an'apparatus of the kind described,
discharge.-
inner and outer walls with a space between,
the inner .walls being adapted to permit liquid to pass into said'space and to retain solid matter, and means through which the container is su plied with material to be treated and wit a fluid for extracting said material.
3. An apparatus of the kind. described,
having a treating chambe consisting of a stationary middle section and. two connected end sections adapted to be disconnected from said middle section, means for suspending the removable end sections and means for limiting the swing of said sections and moving them into downwardly open position for the discharge of solid matter therefrom.
4. An apparatus of the class described, consisting of a stationary section and a removable section connected thereto, means for suspending the removable section so that its open end will be upward when removed from the stationary section, and means for removing the said section from the stationary section.
5. An apparatus of the class described, consisting of a stationary section and aremovable section connected thereto, means for suspending the removable section so that its open end will be upward when removed from the stationary section, and means connected to the removable section for swinging it on its pivot to turn the open end downward for 6. An ap aratusof the class described consisting o a stationary section and a removable sectionconnected thereto, means for suspending the removable section when disconnected from the stationary section, and
means for limiting the swing or tilting of the removable section.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand at the city and State of New York,
this 29th day of December, 1911.
. IRVING BLOUNT.
In presence of-- ISABEL R, RICHARDS, JOHN J. RANA AN,
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