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R. BROWN.

STGVEPIPE ATTACHMENT.

APPLICATION man JUNE 22. 1920.

1,365,150. Patented Jan. 11, 1921.

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PATENT OFFICE.

ROBERT BROWN, 0F MONTROSE, COLORADO.

STOVEPIPE ATTACHMENT.

Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented Jan. 11, 19.21.

l Application filed June 2K2, 1920. Serial No. 390,719.

To all w hom t may concern Y Be it known that I, ROBERT BnowNa citizen of the United States of America, residing at Montrose, in the county of Montrose and State of Colorado, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Stovepipe Attachments, of which the following is a specification.

This invention relates to certain new and useful improvements in stove pipe attachments and has particular reference to a device for attachment to the smoke pipe of a kitchencoal range with radial arms detachably connected thereto for supporting articles to be dried.

A further object of the invention resides in the provision of a novel form of mounting band for attachment to a stove pipewith a novel connection between the meeting free ends of the band.

With the above and other objects in view, the present invention consists in the novel form, combination and arrangement of parts hereinafter more fully described and shown in the accompanying drawing, wherein like reference characters indicate similar parts throughout the several views.

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Figure 1 is a plan view of the band in flattened formation, showing the arrangement of double H-shaped arm receiving slots therein.

Fig. 2 is an edge view of the band showing the struck out portions for holding the same spaced from the stove pipe.

Fig. 3 is a side elevational view of the band in circular formation and attached to a stove pipe,

Figs. 4 and 5 show plan views of the opposite ends of the band,

Fig. 6 is a detail view of the meeting ends of the band connected together, and

Fig. 7 is a detail view of a modified form of connection between the band ends.

Referring more in detail to the accompanying drawing, there is illustrated a stove pipe attachment in the form of a band adapted for encircling a stove pipe and embodying'a metallic strip 1 provided over the entire surface thereof with spaced double H-shaped slots formed by central longitudinal slots 2 and vertical transverse end slots 3 and intersecting middle Slots 4. The material of the strip 1 is completely cut out to provide the transverse slots 3 and 4, while the longitudinal slots 2 are formed by centrally slitting the strip and bending the same in opposite directions to provide opposed flanges 5, all directed from one face of the strip as shown in Fig. 2.

The opposite ends of the band are detachably connected together and are structurally formed as shown more clearly in Figs. 4 to 6, one end of the strip 1 having the corners thereof cut away toprovide a central tongue 6 apertured as at 7 and bent upon the line S to extend at right angles to the longitudinal aXis of the strip and in a direction opposite to the struck out flanges 5. The opposite end of the strip 1 has the corners thereof similarly cut away to provide a cen-l tral tongue 9 adapted to be bent upon the dotted line 10 to oppose the tongue 6 and is provided with an opening 11 Vto facilitate the passage of a locking bolt.' A lip 12 centrally projects from the outer end of the tongue 9 and has a relatively short cut away portion 13 at the point of connection of each corner thereof with the tongue 9 while similar parallel cut away portions 14 are provided in the side edges of the lip 12 and are coeXtensive with the cut away portions 18. A bolt receiving opening 15 is provided centrally of the lip 12. As shown by dotted lines 16 in Fig. 4, a rectangular nut is positioned on the tongue 9 and the lip 412 is bent upon the dotted lines 17 and 18 to engage the adjacent edge of the nut while the lugs 19 formed by the cut portions 13 and 14 are bent to engage the adjacent opposite side walls of the nut, while the main body portion of the lip 12 overlies the nut with the openings 15 registering with the bore of the nut and the opening 11 of the tongue 9 while the opposite sides of the lip 12 are bent upon the lines 2O to provide side engaging portions for the nut and overlying the lugs 19, this construction of securing the nut within the bent end of the strip 1 being shown in completed form in Fig. 6. With the tongues 6 and 9 bent upon the lines 8 and 10 respectively, and disposed in opposed rrelations as shown in Fig. 6, a threaded bolt 21 passes through the opening 7 in the tongue 6 andengages the threaded bore of the nut confined within theopposite end of the strip 1. i

The strip 1 is as shown in Fig. 3 to surround the stove pipe 22 with the struck out anges 5 being inwardly directed toward the stove pipe for engagement therewith and to hold the bent to circular formation and to position the same within the strip 1,'

the same are moved toward each other to introduce the end lugs 25 into the desired slot 3 or d of the strip l, and by releasing the pressure on the arms, the end lugs are caused to engage the rear face of the strip l at the opposite ends of the adjacent slot and be effectively retained within the strip. lfhen so positioned, the end lugs substantially frictionally engage the surface ofthe pipe so that the strip l remains properly positioned thereon regardless of weight upon the arms 24.

A modified forni of connection between the ends of the strip is shown in F ig. T wherein the strip l has the tongues 6 and 9 bent at right angles and extending in opposed relations with a headed bolt 2l passing therethrough for the reception of a thumb nut 26, the remaining structure of the strip being the same.

While there is herein shown and described the preferred embodiment of the invention, it is nevertheless to be understood that minor changes may be made therein without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as hereinafter claimed.

What is claimed as new is:

l. A stove pipe attachment comprising a metallic strip bent to circular formation and having spaced longitudinal slots therein with transverse slots intersecting` the longitudinal slots, flanges carried by the opposite walls of the longitudinal slots and extending in the same direction from said strip and detachable connecting means between the ends ofthe strip.

2. A stove pipo attachment comprising a metallic strip bent to circular formation and having spaced longitudinal slots therein with transverse slots intersecting the longitudinal slots, flanges carried by the opposite walls of the longitudinal slots and extending in the same direction from said strip, detachably connecting means between the ends of the strip, the ends of the strip being angularly bent and extending from the body of the strip in directions opposite to said flanges and means for -detachably connect` ing the bent ends of the strip.

3. A stove pipe attachment comprising a metallic strip bent. to circular formation and having spaced longitudinal slots therein with transverse slots intersecting the longitudinal slots, flanges carried by the opposite walls of the longitudinal slots and extending in the same direction from said strip, detachable connecting means between the ends the strip and supporting arms having the ends thereof extending into said slots and supported by said strip.

4. A stove pipe attachment comprising a metallic strip bent to circular formation and having spaced longitudinal slots therein with transverse slots intersecting the longitudinal slots, flanges carried by the opp e walls of the longitudinal slots and extending in the same direction from said strip, detachable connecting means between the ends el the strip and U-shaped s11p} io1ting arms having the free ends thereof extending Vinto the strip slot-s and supported by said strip.

5. A stove pipe attachment comprising a metallic strip bent to circular formation and having spaced longitudinal slots therein with transverse slots intersecting the longitudinal slots, flanges carried by the opposite walls of the longitudinal slots and extending in the same direction from said strip, detachable connecting means between the ends of the strip and U-shaped resilient arms provided upon the free ends thereof with outwardly bent lugs extending into said plate slots and engaging the edge walls of said slots to be retained thereby in position.

G. A stove pipe attachment of the class described comprising a metallic strip bent to circular formation, said strip having inte"- secting slots therein, connecting means between the free ends of said strips. .inwardly directed flanges carried by the edge walls oiE some of said slots to space the body portion of the strip from a mounting stove pipe.

7. A stove pipe attachment of the class described comprising a metallic strip bent to circular formation, said strip having intersecting slots therein, connecting means botween the free ends of said strips, inwardly directed flanges carried by the edge walls of some of said lots to space the body portion oi the strip from a mounting stove pipe, and supporting arms having angle lugs carried by the ends thereof extending into said slots and positioned between the strip and the stove pipe. y

In testimony whereof 1 ailix my signature.

i ROBERT BROWN.

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US3503580A (en) * 1968-03-25 1970-03-31 Erwin Levy Universal conduit support bracket
US6708832B1 (en) * 2000-10-23 2004-03-23 Shawn Hannon Device for hanging objects on a vertical support

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US3503580A (en) * 1968-03-25 1970-03-31 Erwin Levy Universal conduit support bracket
US6708832B1 (en) * 2000-10-23 2004-03-23 Shawn Hannon Device for hanging objects on a vertical support

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