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US1148413A
US1148413A US1896915A US1896915A US1148413A US 1148413 A US1148413 A US 1148413A US 1896915 A US1896915 A US 1896915A US 1896915 A US1896915 A US 1896915A US 1148413 A US1148413 A US 1148413A
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C. W. STANDRIDGE.
LAMP BURNER.
APPLICATION FIILED APR.3, 1915.
Patented July 27, 1915.
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CLARENCE w. s'rannnrnen, OF ASHER, OKLAHOMA,
LAMP-BURNER.
Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented July 27,1915.
Application filed April 3, 1915. Serial No. 18,969.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, CLARENCE V. STAND- RIDGE, a citizen of the United States, residing at Asher, in the county of Pottawatomie and State of Oklahoma, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Lamp- Burners; and I do hereby declare the fol- "lowing to be a full, clear, and exact description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same.
This invention relates to burners for use in lamps utilizing volatile fuel, such as kerosene oil or the like, and the primary object of the invention is to provide a lamp burner which will be self-extinguishing.
Another object of this invention is to provide a lamp burner as specified, which includes a pair of wicks, one of which is provided for communication with the fuel retaining receptacle of the lamp, and the other of which extends upwardly through the burner proper, and has its lower end folded transversely to the igniting end thereof, an positioned for engagement with the wick which extends into the fuel retaining receptacle, and further to provide means for raising or lowering the wick, for moving the receptacle engaging wick into engagement with the burner wick for the purpose of feeding volatile fuel thereto.
With the foregoing and other objects in view this invention consists in such novel features of construction, combination and arrangement of parts as will be hereinafter more fully described, illustrated in the accompanying drawings and claimed.
In describing the invention in detail reference will be had to the accompanying drawings wherein like characters designate like or corresponding parts throughout the several views, and in which Figure 1 is a side elevation of the improved lamp burner, and Fig. 2 is a cross sectional view on the line 22 of Fig. 1.
Referring more particularly to the drawings, 1 designates an ordinary type of lamp burner, having a lamp engaging body 1, a cover 2 and a wick tube 3. The wick tube 3 is provided with slots 4 formed therein, through which the periphery of the toothed wheel 5 projects, for engaging the wick 6, for moving the wick upwardly or downwardly within the sleeve, as is ordinary in the construction of lamp burners. The toothed Wheels 5 are carried by a rotary pin 8, which has a thumb nut 9 mounted 'upon its outer end for facilitating the rotation of the ro The bottom of the burner 1 has the upper edges of the arms 10 and 11 of a. plate 12 secured thereto. The arms 10 and 11 extend downwardly from the under surface of the wick body 1 and inwardly, beneath the same, being bent to form a wick retaining tube 14. An auxiliary burner body 15 is secured to the arms 10 and 11 at the under surfaces of the substantially horizontal section thereof. The auxiliary body 15 has a depending sleeve 16 formed thereon, which is externally screw threaded for detachable or removable seating in the mouth of the fuel retaining body of the lamp. The sleeve 14 is provided with a slot or opening 17 formed therein, through which the toothed wheel 18 extends, for engaging a wick 19, which is positioned within the sleeve 14. The wheel 18 is mounted, upon a rod 20, which is suphas a thumb nut 22 mounted upon its outer end for facilitating the rotation of the pin or rod for rotating the toothed wheel 18 for feeding the wick 19 upwardly or downwardly within the sleeve 14.
The arms 10 and 11 are formed by the flaring outwardly of the sides of the sleeve 14, and they have their upper edges curved inwardly and extending through openings 23, which are formed in the bottom 24 of the ordinary burner 1.
The wick 6, which is carried by the wick sleeve 3 is folded, as is clearly shown at 25 in Fig. 2 of the drawings, transversely to the sleeve 3 and the section of the wick which extends upwardly through the sleeve. The folded sections of the wick 6 lie upon the substantially horizontal sections of the arms 10 and 11, and immediately above the upper open end of the sleeve 14.
The wick 19 which is mounted or carried by the sleeve 14, and extends downwardly into the fuel retaining receptacle of the lamp, is provided for feeding the fuel upwardly, by capillary action. When it is desired to ignite the burner, the wick 19 is fed upwardly, by rotation of the rod 20, until the upper end of the same engages the lowermost horizontally positioned fold of the wick 6, which will permit the volatile fuel to pass upwardly from the wick 19 into the wick 6, and upwardly through the same to the igniting end of the wick 6, which is ported by suitable bearings 21, and which moved upwardly beyond the upper end of the sleeve 3, bythe action or rotation of-the rod 8 and the toothed wheels 5.
hen, it is desired to extinguish the lamp,
the wick 19 is moved downwardly out of enbination, and arrangement of parts may necessitate alteration to which the patentee is entitled, providedsuch alterations are comprehendedwithin the scope of what is claimed.
\Vhatis claimed is r 1. In a lamp burner, a light producing wick having its lower end bent to form substantially horizontal folds, and a fuel feeding wick positioned beneath the lower folded end of said light producing wick, and means for moving said fuel feeding wick into or out of engagement with the lowermost fold of said light producing wick for supplying fuel thereto.
2. In a lamp burner, a light producing wick, a sleeve carrying said light producing wick, a second wick-carrying sleeve positioned beneath said first named sleeve and having the upper ends of its sides flared out wardly and upwardly, said light producing wick resting upon the flared, ends of said I second named sleeve in substantially horizontal folds, a second wick carried by said second named sleeve, and means for moving said second wick into or out of engagement with the lowermost fold of said light producing wick.
' 8. In a lamp burner, a supporting body, a wick-carrying sleeve carried by said body and extending upwardly therefrom, a light producing wick carried by said sleeve, means for moving said wick within said sleeve, a second sleeve carried by said body, said second sleeve having the upper ends of its sides flared outwardly and extending upwardly, and secured to said body portion, a wick carried by said second named sleeve and provided for extending out of the lower end of the sleeve for feeding volatile fuel upwardly, means for raising or lowering said second named wick, said first named wick extending downwardly through said first named sleeve and being folded, and resting in substantially horizontally positioned folds upon the upper flared end of said second named sleeve, an auxiliary body secured to the flared end of said sleeve and adapted for attaching said burner to a lamp body, said fuel feeding wick adapted for movement into or out of engagement with the substantially horizontal folds of said light producing wick for feeding fuel thereto.
In testimony whereof I aflix my signature in presence of two witnesses.
CLARENCE IV. STANDRIDGE.
WVitnesses S. T. MILBURN, G. W. MILBURN.
Copies 01? this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents,
Washington, D. C.
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