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US1382080A
US1382080A US32450419A US1382080A US 1382080 A US1382080 A US 1382080A US 32450419 A US32450419 A US 32450419A US 1382080 A US1382080 A US 1382080A
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
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HAAS AND C. W. RINGELSPJGH RADIATOR VALVE` APPLICATLON FILED SEPT. 18, 15H9.

Patented June 21, 1921.

ATTORASYS A the two general types of steam radiators,

cooperating with a graduated scale. Thus UNITED STATES PATENT oFFlcE. A

WILLIAM IIAAsANn CHARLES W. .RINGELsrAUcm or D'Atmfoiv,4 onio, ,AssIGNoRsmo THE WILLIAM HAAs COMPANY, or DAYTON, oHIo, AloonPoRArIoN or oIIIo. Y

RADIATOR-VALVE.

Specification of Letters Itatent. Patenfd Jne 21 y Application ined september 1s, 1919. serial No. 324,504.`

radiator valves of the general type vshown in Patent No. 1,322,012, issued November 18, 1919, and has `for its particular object to simplify and cheapen kthe manufacture of such valves, as Well as to improve theirV eitectiveness of operation.

Our improved valves inthe forms shown in this and said patent above referred to are adapted for right and left hand vertical or horizontal4 connections, being in effect interchangeable or universal in character and, therefore, adaptable to `any standard form of radiator connections.

Ourv improved valve is also adaptable to viz., single pipe system and double; pipe system. yAsapplied to the'double `pipe system the inlet port of the-valve may be regulated by means of a handle having a pointer the volume of steam passingto the radiator may be controlled, `increased or diminished as may be desired. As used with a single pipe system the valve may be opened to full capacity and closed instantly merely by moving the valve controlling handle to the limits of its movement, respectively, which ashere shown is substantially 120 degrees.

Various incidental improvements have been carefully worked out in the development of our invention which in their collective effect tend to make the valve distinctly meritorious, especially as applied to radiators of the single pipe type. These features consist Vgenerally ofl ground-in `ioint construction which acts to prevent the escape vof steam around the valvexstem either as the valveis closed or opengthestufiing box is so designed'that itmay be packed under pressure; the valve seat i'sdisposed in a vertical plane and otherwise shaped to prevent the -accumulation ofy foreign matter thereon` and `thereby preventing `the proper functioning of the valve; the operableparts are essen- 'the valve casing,

tially offsimple, durable construction and of a character which will notbe ai'ected by the corroslon yof the parts or the action ofthe heat. thereon, thus Ainsuring'the normal operation ofthe valve under all' conditions.

he Vvalve is in the important particulars stated, an improvement of the typefof steam radiator valve which provides for the introduction of steam and the simultaneousffre# turn of the condensation'` through the same port, the steam entering the 'valve' through the upper portions of the port, and the condensed' moisture l'being fheavier than the steam, passing fromV the valve through the lower portion of the port. In the accompanying drawings, l f Igure 1 is a side .elevation'of the valve taken with the operating parts arranged'on a horizontal plane and showing in dotted llnes` portions oli the interior arrangement of the mechanism; 1'1" f vievsTV of the 'valve disposed in avertical plane; .i i

Fig. 3 is across sectional? view of the valve with' the .operable parts Figs. 4, 5 and 6 are.y detail-views, respectively, of the valve head or piston, thestem for controlling the same, and the conical valve projection. l

housingl, best shown in section inFigtB, provided. with an extension 2 land intake aperture 3, `threaded internally in the 4usual manner to'be connected to fthe steam` supply 10. Oppositely disposed projections 11 and 100 respectively, `4with threaded w 12 provided, aperti'ues 13 and 14, are also" provided in either one of the apertures being normally -closed by afplugll and the other provi ded with a threaded-gland A16 and 10'5 a threaded plug II'which are .provided with fi apertures constituting a bea-ringzfor one endV ofthe stem ffor:regulating thel valve piston. Theplug "17 is threaded at one endwto receive the gland .16,'wandat the lopposite end 1,10

Fig. 2 is a longitudinali-cross!sectional i y y i ses The valve casing consists of an'integral pipe 6 andthe radjustable nutl 7. f

35 Y threadedQplug 10v versely' disposed between Athe valve piston is provided with sterny 28,V

1 'may be' yprovided on` A plug 17.

` .Y Ythe seat g portion-r fof the to be secured to the casing portion ofthe boreof the plug17being enlarged," as" at* 18, to provide''av suitable stuffing box or the valve actuating stem. cap 19 is provided to add finish to theconnection formed Abetween the gland 16 and The valve casing is provided'xvith an 1internal chamber 20 mergingy at one end thereof adjacent thel outletv apertureV 5 into a chamber 21. At the junctureof the outlet 5 with the chamber 21 and `integra-l `with,

ivall 22 is transA the walls ot the casing. and is provided' onv the inner side thereoin -with a valveseat 23. Also extending inwardly ro'm the casing 1 an annular linner edges ofwvhichu act asguides for the valve` piston to retain vthe same inproper relation to the valveseat 23. 1

;LThe valve piston consists of a main lbody portion125 terminating at one end thereof in a piston Vhead :26 which tsfsnugly. be-

tween the V ,ruidin-gY surfaces .or the Vribbed portions 24, the'ilat end face of the piston head beingadapted to be seated upon/:the surface 2.3 toi' the-` annular ring: -portion A22, [piston consisting preferably or a composition disk 26;fvvhich actsto more ei'fectually close, the valveto preventleakage thereof. AtV its. opposite end enter and? coperthe stem being -adaptedrto providedinthe ate vvithj yjaperture' 10aV end of the valve pistonQl The 4valvepiston'is further provided 'through the :body ,portion thereor1 With an oblong transverse slot [29V forming thelshoulder 27 at one side thereof Wherebythepiston jmay be raised andlowl ered relative to 'the valvev seat, and with guide Vlugs'25lwhieh7 have sliding contact VWith-the.end surface orY the plug 15 and serve to prevent 'rotation ofthe valve piston relative to thefvalveV stem.

the actuatingistem' or shaft' 30 Whichis pro- .videdV with the' crankor eccentric1 portion V81 adapted' to' coperateiwith Vthe valve pisto' ftofiregulate'-thetsamemelathe slot 293er1 niet@ the Ve Ve seat The valve stem rro- 1, the central theca'singl andintef graltherewith 'are ribbed `portions 24, the Y is such that which E acts :to yguide 'one Having thus jects throughthe gland 16 and plug 17 and has secured t'o-its outer 'end in any suitable manner a" controller -handle'?) by means of which the valve may be regulated.V At its central portion, adjacent one end or the crank portion 31, the valve actuating stern is provided with a tapered or cone-shaped portion :311, adaptedto coperate with a cor` respondingly shaped depression 35 formed in the inner end of the nut 17, thus con'-V stituting' al conical bearing and acting v`to more effectually prevent escaping otsteam about thevalve stem 30. i

From the Jforegoingdescription it will be clear` that our improved valve is essentially quiclracting'valve,having a Wide rangeV of adaptability being' practically universal Withrespect toi standard radiator connections, either of single or double pipe radia-r tor systems; rlhe' .construction of'thevvalve Vcorrosion of the parts will not effect; the free' andfeasyf operation thereof unclerall conditions. rv Openingand closing oi the valve to full extentqbeing accomp'lished by a slight `rnovenfient or the controller handle, it is obviousY that an important yadvantage Vis realized `over typesoi'v valvesfrequiring a Vnumber of turnsV of the valve stem to adjust the valve toffull Open and closed positions. InQ-generaljconstruc# tion our valve has :been providedxvith.im Y

provements and' refinements which together with the marked featureseofnovelty result in a valve.or'gsuperiorVv merit, Aoi?V- simple,

durable construction,of universal character withv` respectwto its interchangeability and adaptability cto various types V-o vradiator construction. f f

"In `addition Atofits other important; ad'- vantages`,fthe improved valveis `further eS- pecially adaptable to radiators. inclosedby a 'grill or Votherwise incasedin such a manner thata'n ordinaryvalve` would not vbe vreadily accessible-and therefore could notbe conveniently regnl'ated. With the-presentV valve thiszdiiculty is 'readily metby-Inerely lengthening the valve actuatingl steam to y project through the casing otheinclosure,

this being made; possible by the universal featurefoi the'valve wliich makes it adaptable under afw'videv rangefof variable conditionsxf 'H v f Inl the' present Vinvention the improved construction 'or thevalve stem and'- piston Vrenders unnecessary fthe exact alinement .of

the valve stem with its oppositebearings as required lin my also lthe construction" -is cheaper=to"ma'nu facture, thepartsareimore readily accessible, andthe general" effectiveness" of "operation or the partsfis materiallyimproved.

fully described 1 our' invenearlier valve construction, Y

tion, what We claim asfneiv `and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is V- l. ,In a radiator valve, a casing compris ing a port and oppositely disposed bearing apertures arranged substantially at right angles to said port and a bearing arranged intermediate said bearing apertures substantially at right angles thereto, a pistn operable to open and close said port supported in said bearing and having guide lugs to prevent rotative movement of said piston, a valve stern rotatably supported in one of said opposite bearing apertures eccentrically connected with said piston and adapted to aotuate the valve piston to full open or'olosed position by partial rotation of said stem, and a plug in the other of said opposite bearing apertures having a Contact surface cooperating with said guide lugs.

2. In a radiator valve, a casing having a port and oppositely disposed bearing apertures arranged substantially at right angles to said port, and a bearing aperture arranged in alinement with said port, a piston to open and close said port and supported in said last named aperture, said piston having guide lugs and a cam slot, a valve stem bearing member engaging in one of said opposite bearing apertures, a valve stem supported in said bearing member and having an eccentric portion engageable in said cam slot for reciprocatingthe piston, and a plug in the other of said opposite bearing apertures and engaging the guide lugs to prevent rotation of the piston, the oppositely disposed apertures being adapted to permit the interchanging of said bearing member and valve stem and the plug.

3. In a radiator valve,"a Casing having a port and oppositely disposed bearing apertures arranged substantially at right angles to said port and a bearing aperture arranged in alineinent with said port, a piston to open and close said port and supported in said last named aperture, a hollow plug en`- gaging in one of said oppositely disposed apertures, a valve stem supported in said hollow plug and cooperating with said piston to reciprocate it, and a plug in the other of said opposite bearing apertures and cooperating with said piston to prevent the rotation thereof.

In testimony whereof We aiiix our signatures.

Y WILLIAM HAAS. t CHARLES IN. RINGELSPAUGH.

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