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  • My improvement relates to a portable water and beer cooler, combined in such a way as to render the contents of the same separable by means of stop-cocks inserted at the proper places for this purpose. It possesses all the requisite features essential for the preservation of both the water and the beer at a cool temperature, no matter what may be the degree of heat in the external air.
  • the cover is likewise filled with a non-conducting substance, so that the interior compartments are completely surrounded by a non-conducting subst-ance, with a view to the better preservation of a cool temperature within the cooler--a precaution which is highly necessary.
  • C indicates the water-compartment, which completely encircles the beercompartment, represented by D, which latter also surrounds the interior chamber, in which is placed the receptacle or basket, wherein is placed the ice or freezing-mixture.
  • E E represent globe valves, to either or both of which connections may be made directly with antedated February 22, 1872.
  • the beer-casks are so constructed a's to be self-operating-that is to say, when the cask of beer is connected with one only, the pressure ot' the expanding beer is made to operate so as to close the opposite valve, by forcing the ball c therein firmly against the .mouth of the outlet-pipe b, and the reverse of this result will produce a corresponding result with the other valve, when the beer-cask is connected with its opposite.
  • the ballvalve, to which the beer-cash may be connected when operated upon by the beer therein contained, will be forced in the direction of the cooler, and against a wire-netting guard, c, which will prevent the said valve from closing ⁇ the inlet-pipe to the beer-compartment, while at the same time will, in consequence of its construction, allow the beer to iiow freely into the. said inlet-pipe, and, finally, into the beer-compartment, whence it may be drawn as required, by means of stop-cocks.
  • a stop-cock must also be placed to be rendered available for drawing the contents from the water-compartment l), as may be desired.
  • the cover Gr is provided with a tlange, which is designed to be inserted within the space or recess h, at the top of the cooler, wherein may be placed water, thereby making a water-joint, and rendering the said cooler, when the cover is placed as described, perfectly air-tight.
  • the top of the ice-receptacle is likewise provided with a separate cover, H, which is also constructed with a flange, so as to form a water-joint at i. v
  • a. wash composed of a mixture of rosin and lardoil, which effeetually prevents the beer therein contained from becoming discolored, as it usually does when ⁇ allowed direct contact with the metal of which the cooler is constructed.

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JOHN WEINBERGEB.
lmprovment in Waterand Be'er Coolers'. j
N0. 124,465. l Patented Mar`c'h`12,l872.
Tn'r @Enron JOHN WEINBERGER, OF NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA.
IMPROVEMENT IN BEER AND WATER ICOOLERS.
Specication forming part of Letters Patent No. 124,465, dated March 12, 1872;
I, JOHN WEINBERGER, of the city of New Orleans and Sta-te of Louisiana, have invented a new, useful, and Improved Combined Water and Beer Cooler; and I hereby declare the following to be a full, clear, and accurate description of the same, reference being had to the drawing annexed, forming a part thereof.
My improvement relates to a portable water and beer cooler, combined in such a way as to render the contents of the same separable by means of stop-cocks inserted at the proper places for this purpose. It possesses all the requisite features essential for the preservation of both the water and the beer at a cool temperature, no matter what may be the degree of heat in the external air.
lts construction is very simple and economical, and it is as durable as any other similar device of the character to which it relates. But my invention will be better understood and appreciated by referring to the drawing, whereon all that I claim as pertaining thereto is very clearly illustrated, and whereon* e A represents a vertical cylindrical vessel, divided into several compartments, the exterior one, B, of which entirely incloses the interior beer, ice, and water compartments. This exterior compartment is kept filled with pnlverized charcoal, saw-dust, or any suitable and equivalent non,- conducting substance usually employed for non conducting purposes. It will be perceived that this compartment extends under the bottom of the cooler. The cover is likewise filled with a non-conducting substance, so that the interior compartments are completely surrounded by a non-conducting subst-ance, with a view to the better preservation of a cool temperature within the cooler--a precaution which is highly necessary. C indicates the water-compartment, which completely encircles the beercompartment, represented by D, which latter also surrounds the interior chamber, in which is placed the receptacle or basket, wherein is placed the ice or freezing-mixture. E E represent globe valves, to either or both of which connections may be made directly with antedated February 22, 1872.
the beer-casks. These are so constructed a's to be self-operating-that is to say, when the cask of beer is connected with one only, the pressure ot' the expanding beer is made to operate so as to close the opposite valve, by forcing the ball c therein firmly against the .mouth of the outlet-pipe b, and the reverse of this result will produce a corresponding result with the other valve, when the beer-cask is connected with its opposite. The ballvalve, to which the beer-cash may be connected when operated upon by the beer therein contained, will be forced in the direction of the cooler, and against a wire-netting guard, c, which will prevent the said valve from closing` the inlet-pipe to the beer-compartment, while at the same time will, in consequence of its construction, allow the beer to iiow freely into the. said inlet-pipe, and, finally, into the beer-compartment, whence it may be drawn as required, by means of stop-cocks. A stop-cock must also be placed to be rendered available for drawing the contents from the water-compartment l), as may be desired. F shows a receptacle at the bottom ofthe icechamber, for the reception of the water nielted from the ice, whence this water may be drawn when necessary by meansof the outlet-pipe g, to which a stop-cock may be attached. The cover Gr is provided with a tlange, which is designed to be inserted within the space or recess h, at the top of the cooler, wherein may be placed water, thereby making a water-joint, and rendering the said cooler, when the cover is placed as described, perfectly air-tight. The top of the ice-receptacle is likewise provided with a separate cover, H, which is also constructed with a flange, so as to form a water-joint at i. v
The entire interior ysurface of the beerchamber or compartment is covered with a. wash composed of a mixture of rosin and lardoil, which effeetually prevents the beer therein contained from becoming discolored, as it usually does when` allowed direct contact with the metal of which the cooler is constructed.
Having described my invention, what I desire to secure by- Letters Patent is the following- Claim The combined Water and beer-cooler herein described, when constructed with the compartments B, C, and D, and an interior icereceptucle, the interior surfaces of the beer-
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US4548339A (en) * 1984-04-09 1985-10-22 Gorman Michael W Insulated liquid container
US20120145717A1 (en) * 2010-12-08 2012-06-14 Carrie Paterson Integral Storage Apparatus for multiple distinct fluids
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