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US1200501A
US1200501A US8960016A US8960016A US1200501A US 1200501 A US1200501 A US 1200501A US 8960016 A US8960016 A US 8960016A US 8960016 A US8960016 A US 8960016A US 1200501 A US1200501 A US 1200501A
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    • F24BDOMESTIC STOVES OR RANGES FOR SOLID FUELS; IMPLEMENTS FOR USE IN CONNECTION WITH STOVES OR RANGES
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A. L. JERVEY.
HEATING STOVE.
APPLICATION FILED APR. 7. 1910.
Patented Oct. 10,1916.
2 SHEETSSHEET I A. L. .ERVEY.
HEATING STOVE.
APPLICATION men APR. 1. l9l6.
Patented Oct. 10, 1916.
2 SHEETSSHEET 2.
UNITED STATES PATENT- OFFICE.
ALAN L. JERVEY, or RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
HEATING-STOVE.
To (ZZZ whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, ALAN L. JERVEY, a citizen of the United States, residing at Richmond, in the county of Henrico, State of Virginia, have invented certain new and for its object to provide a stove so constructed as to present a materially increased heat ing surface to the fire and a correspondingly increased radiating surface to the outer air with an arrangement of parts which will facilitate the circulation of cold air about the stove to prevent burning of the metal thereof.
Another object is to provide a stove having these characteristics yet which will be of such structure that it may be cheaply manufactured and quickly assembled.
Other objects and advantages will be understood from the following description.
In the drawings: Figure 1 .is a vertical section through the stove; Fig. 2 is a side elevation, the outer shell being partially broken away; .Fig. 3 is a transverse section on line 33 of Fig. 1; Fig. 4 is a fragmentary section on line 4-4 of Fig. 1, showing the wall-receiving grooves; Fig. 5 is a section through the flue casting on line 5-5 of Fig; 1, with the parts inv perspective; Fig. 6 is a top plan partly broken away: Fig. 7 is a fragmentary section on line 7--7 of Fig. 1 looking upwardly; Fig. 8 is a section on line 88 of Fig. 1, and Fig. 9 is a side elevation of the drum removed.
Referring, now, to the drawings the present invention comprises a body portion, a, which includes top and bottom members 5 and 6 between which there is engaged an outer cylindrical wall portion 7 and an inner wall portion 8. This wall portion 8 is convoluted to produce a plurality of vertically extending hollow radial fins 12, which surround a central cylindrical chamber 10, the interiors 11 of the fins communicating with the chamber.
The top and bottom members 5 and 6 are provided with grooves 13 which receive the edges of the fins therewithin, the members 5 and 6 thus serving to close the ends of the Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented Oct. 10, 191
Application filed April 7, 1916. Serial No. 89,600.
fins. Between the fins, the members 5 and 6 are provided with openings 14.
The top member 5 hasa central opening 15 which lies with its edges just inwardly of the inner ends of the fins. This opening communicates with the chamber 10, and through it fuel may be introduced to the chamber, as will be understood.
The bottom member 6 is provided with a depression 16, circular in form and lying just within the inner ends of the fins. Centrally of the depression 16 the bottom member has an opening 17 receiving a depend ing stem 18 carried-by a grate plate 19 centrally thereof. The grate plate lies within the depression 16 and this plate is provided with a plurality of openings 20 arranged for registration with openings 21 formed in the bottom of the depression. A horizontal lever 22 is engaged with the stem 18 and extends laterally beneath the stove and through the medium of this rod the plate 19 may be operated to bring its openings 20 into and out of registration with the openings 21 to shake the fire. i
The wall portion 8 has an opening 23 therein at its upper portion communicatingv with the chamber 10 and in this opening there is set a fiue casting 24 having a passage 25 therethrough communicating at its inner end with the chamber 10 and opening outwardly of the wall portion at its outer end. This flue casting is provided with grooves 26 in its under face for the reception of the upper edges of the fins 12 which lie therebelow and is further provided with draft passages 26 communicating with the interiors of the adjacent fins. The top and bottom members have peripheral flanges 27 extending beyond the outer extremities of the fins and embracing the outer cylindrical shell 7 whereby to retain same in position.
A perforated closure 28 is removably disposed in position to close the opening 15 and this closure carries a depending drum 29 lying within the chamber 10 and extending below the flue casting 24. The lower portion of this drum 29 is cylindrical in horizontal section and lies in close relation to the inner ends of thefins 12, but at its upper portion the drum is circumferentially constricted as shown at 30 to produce a passage 31 surrounding the upper portion of the drum, and with which the passage 25 of the flue casting 24 communicates. It will also be seen that the chambers 11 within the fins 12" Communicate with the passage 31 at their upper portions and since the lower part of the drum 29 blocks the upper part of the chamber 10, the bottom of this drum will act as a flame and heatspreader to direct the flames from the fuel within the chamber 10 into the chambers 11 of the fins; The products of combustion will of course be so deflected also and will pass up through the chambers 11 around the lower portion of the drum 29, and then through the passage 31 to the flue casting, by which they will be carried off. The openings through the closure 28, indicated at 28, communicate with the interior of the drum 29 for the egress of heated air from the drum.
The top and bottom members are secured to the wall portion 7 by bolts 33 engaged through the flanges 27 and through the ends of certain of the fins, though it will be understood that these bolts may be located at any suitable position. If desired the outer wall portion 7 may be provided with a plurality of perforations or apertures 34 through which the heated air will be gradually radiated, and this wall may further be suitably ornamented or decorated so that the general appearance of the stove will be enhanced.
From the foregoing it will be seen that the present invention provides a stove in which by reason of the convolutions of the wall portion, there is presented a greatly increased radiating surface and a greatly increased heating surface, and that the heat from the fire is brought into contact with the heating surface by reason of the fact that all products of combustion are deflected into the fins by the drum 29. The fact that air is free to circulate between the fins causes rapid radiation of heat from the fins and thus prevents burning of the wall portions.
Obviously when the stove is in operation,
cold air will enter through the'openings 14 in the bottom member 6, travel upwardly between the fins 12 where it is raised to a relatively high temperature, and pass outwardly through the openings in the top member 5 and perforations 34 in the wall 7 It may further be stated that the drum 29 may be partially filled with water as indicated at 35 in Fig. 1, whereby the air rising therefrom and from the fins will be constantly moistened, dry heat being in this with inwardly opening vertical passages and" having a combustion chamber therewithin,
a flue adjacent the upper end of the casing communicating with the chamber, and a heating drum removably mounted in the chamber and opening through the top of the casing, the cross dimensions of'the bottom portion of the drum being approximately equal to those of the chamber wherebyto arrest and deflect the products of combustion into the vertical passages,while the upper portion of said drum is constricted to provide a surrounding passage communicating with the flue and with the vertical passages.
In testimony whereof, I affix my signature, in the presence of two witnesses.
ALAN L. J ERVEY. Witnesses:
CLARENCE E. GARNER, ALEXANDER ROBERTSON.
Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents,
Washington, D. 0. I
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US2594931A (en) * 1950-01-14 1952-04-29 Dynamatic Corp Dynamoelectric apparatus
US2778612A (en) * 1952-08-09 1957-01-22 Edwin F Peterson Vibratory mechanism

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US2594931A (en) * 1950-01-14 1952-04-29 Dynamatic Corp Dynamoelectric apparatus
US2778612A (en) * 1952-08-09 1957-01-22 Edwin F Peterson Vibratory mechanism

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