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US1525716A
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O. S. BCWMAN HEAT EQUIPMENT Feb. 10, 1925.
Filed May 10, 1924 Patented Feb. 10, 1925.
PATENT OFFICE.
U NIT E D STATES OLIVER S. BOWMAN, OF COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO.
HEAT EQUIPMENT.
Application filed May To all whom it maycomern:
Be it known that LOLrvni-i S. BOWMAN, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of Colorado Springs g in the county of El Paso and State of Colorado. have invented a new land useful Heat Equipment, of
i which the following is a specification.
' wish it understood that various changes in the details of construction may be made within the scope of what is hereinafter claimed.
l igure 1 represents a sectional plan view of the invention taken onthe line A i-kin l? 2; Fig. 2, anclevation of a section on the line G-Gin Fig. 8; Fig. 8, a plan view of the invention, thecap Gbeing removed; and Fig. 4, an elevation of a cross section on the line B li inFig. 3. 4
Thenneans for heating water for the radiator system consists of a primary waterheating chamber, comprising an annular lower section 1, a cylindricalintermediate section 2 and two segmental upper sections 3 and 4, with up-dratt tubes 5 and 5 through said cylindrical and segmental'sections; and a secondary water heating chamber (i enclosing said primarywater-heating chamber and having an inner insulating wall T and a segment 8 with down-drafttubcs 9 therethrough; said cylindrical intermediate section 2 having therethrough an insulated conduit 10 with damper 11 therein. Drain pipe 12opens above into segment 8 of the secondary water-heating chamber and below into intermediateseetion 2 of the primary water-heating chamber. 13 is a pipe connecting upper segmental sectionsil and 1 of theprimary waterheating chamber to the radiator s'yste1n,1and 1 1 isthe return pipefrom the radiator system and enters segmental section 8 of" secondary water-heating chamber 6.
Combustion chamber 15, hat-lug a tire door 16 and containing ire pot 17, is enclosedby the annular section 1 of the primary water-heating chamber and is in com smoke chamber 21.
1924. Serial No. 712,306.
munication with up-draft tubes 5 and and with insulated condult 10 having clamper 11 therein.
The two upper side smoke channels 18 and 19 communicate with the upper ends of tubes 5 and 5"; a rear upper smoke channel 20 communicates with the upper ends ot down-draft tubes 9; a central smoke Cl12111- nel '21 is in open communication with smoke channel 20 and in damper-controlled communication With side smoke channels 18 and 19 havmg therein dampers 18 and 19. A
lower smoke chamber 22 communicates with the 'lowerends of down-draft tubes 9. Smoke conduit 23 in com'municatlon with smoke channel 20 and smoke conduit 2a in communication with smoke chamber 22, are adapted tocommunicate with a chimney flue and are controlled by dampers 23" and 245 respectively.
The cooking means comprise chamber 25. having movable pa-rtition26, insulating wall 27 and doors %1, disposed above cylindrical section 2 and between segmental sections 3 and at and positioned to form a smoke channel, having sections 28, 29, and 30,111 communication below. with conduit 10 and above (via opening 81) with central Gas burners 32 and 32 and hinged batfle'33 are disposed in section 28 under cook ing chamber 25.
The means for heating water for domestic purposes comprise a series of connected pipes 34, having an inlet 35 controlled by valve 36, vertically disposed in rear segment 8, and a coil 37, having an outlet controlled by valve 38, horizontally disposed in central smoke channel 21and joined to said connected pipesfia by pipe 34.
The gases of combustion pass upward through tip-draft tubes 5 and 5" into smoke channels-18 and 19 thence through central smoke channel (assuming that both dampers 18 and 19 *are open and that damper 11 is closed) i'nto'rear smoke channel 20, down through-tubes 9 into lower smoke chamber 22'and through conduit 2% into the flue.
The hot water for heating'purposes flows from segmental sections 3 and 1, of the pri mary water-heating chamber, through pipe 13 into the radiator system, and returns therefrom through pipe 1d into the secondary water-heating chamber 6, where it is partly heated, as'it rises'therein, and flows through drain pipe 12 again into the intermediate section 2 of the primary waterheating chamber, where its reheating is completed.
The temperature prevailing in cooking chamber is regulated by the manipulation of dampers 11, 18 and 19. lVhen damper 11 is open and dampers 18 and 19 are closed, practically all the gases of combustion pass through conduit 10, smoke channel sections 28, 29, and and opening 31 into central smoke channel 21. The object of batlle is to retard the movement of the gases of combustion whilst passing under chamber 25.
If a direct draft is desired when starting a fire, damper 2st is closed and damper 23 opened.
\Vhen hot water heat is not required, gas burners 32 and 32 may be used to heat cooking chamber 25 and to heat water in coil 37.
lVater is heated for domestic purposes in pipes 3% and coil 37, pipe 35 being the inlet and valve 38 the outlet.
lVater is taken into the system through pipe 44; and may be drained from the primary water-heating chamber through pipe 42 and from the secondary water-heating chamber through pipe 43.
The removal of cap C permits access to tubes 5, 5 and 9.
I claim:
1. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary water-heating chamber, comprising an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section and two segmental upper sections; up-draft tubes through said cylindrical and segmental sections; a secondary water-heating chamber with an inner insulating wall, having a rear segment with down-draft tubes therethrough, enclosing said primary waterheating chamber; and a drain pipe extending through the insulating wall of the rear segment of said secondary water-heating chamber and into the intermediate section of said primary water-heating chamber and for the purposes set forth.
2. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary water-heating chamber, comprising an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section and two segmental sections; up-draft tubes through said cylindrical and segmental sections; a secondary water-heating chamber with an inner insulating wall, having a rear segment with down-d aft tubes therethrough, enclosing said primary watcrheating chamber; upper side smoke channels in comniunication with said up-draft tubes, an upper rear smoke channel in communication with said down-draft tubes, and a central smoke channel in open communication with said rear smoke channel and in damper-controlled communication with said side smoke channels; for the purposes setforth.
8. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a Water-heating chamber comprising an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section and two segmental upper sections; up-draft tubes through said cylindrical and segmental sections; a combustion chamber in communication with said up-draft tubes; upper side smoke channels in communication with said updraft tubes, :1 central smoke channel in communication with said side smoke channels, a rear smoke channel in communication with said central smoke channel; and a hori- Zontal conduit in communication with said rear smoke channel and adapted to communicate with a chimney flue; for the purposes set forth.
i. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary water-heating chamber comprising an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section and two segmental upper sections; rip-draft tubes through said cylindrical and segmental sections; a secondary water-heating chamber with an inner insulating wall, having a rear segment with down-draft tubes therethrough, enclosing said primary waterheating chamber; upper side smoke channels in communication with said up-draft tubes, an upper rear smoke channel in communication with said down-draft tubes, and a central smoke channel in open communication with said rear smoke channel and in damper-controlled communication with said side smoke channels; and a combustion chamber in communication with said up-draft tubes; for the purposes set forth.
5. 111 an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary water-heating chamber comprising an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section and two segmental upper sections; up-dralt tubes through said cylindrical and segmental sections; a secondary water-heating chamber with an inner insulating wall, having a rear segment with down-draft tubes therethrough, enclosing said primary waterheating chamber; upper side smoke channels in communication with said lip-draft tubes, an upper rear smoke channel in cone munication with saiddown-draft tubes, and a central smoke channel in open connnunication with said rear smoke channel and in damper-controlled connnunication with said side smoke channels; and a drain pipe extending through the insulated wall of the rear segment of said secondary water-heating chamber and into the intermediate sec tion of said primary water-heating chambers; for the purposes set forth.
6. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary water-heating chamber comprising an annular lower section,a cylindrical intermediate section and two segmental upper sections; up=draft tubes through said cylindrical andfseging a rear segment with dowii=draft tubes theretlirough, enclosing said primary water heating chamber; upper side smoke chan:
nels in communication with said updraft tubes, an upper rear smoke channel in comll'llllllCtltlOll with said down=draft tubes, and
a central smoke channel in open communication with said rear smoke channel and damperwontrolled communication with said side smoke channels; and a combustion chamber enclosed by the annular section of said primary water heating chamber; for
the purposes set forth.
7. In an equipment of theclass described,
the combination" of a primary water-heating chambercomprising an annular lower SOQtl Qil, a cylindrical intermediate section and two segmental upper sections; Lip-draft tubes thrcijugh said cylindrical and segmen tal sections; a secondary Water-heating chamber with an ,inner insulating wall,
having a rear segment with down-draft;
tubes therethrough, enclosing said primary water-heating chamber; upper sidefsmoke clian iels in communication. withsaid updraft tubes, an upper rearsmoke channel in communication with'said downdraft tubes, and acentral sinokechannel' inopenicom niu iication with said reansmoke channel and in damper-contro-lled communication with said side smoke channels; acombustum chan' berenclosed by the annular section of said primary water-heating chamber; a lower smokecha inber in communication \ritlrsaid down-draft tubesand wit-l1 the exhaustconduit; and adrain pipe ext cn jling through the insulated wall of the rear segn'ient of said secondary water-heating chamber andextending into, theintei iiie liate section of said. primary waterwheat ing ChEUIIlXElQIEOI' ,the purposes set forth.
8. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of aprimarywatenheating chamber comprising anannular lower section. a cylindrical intern iediate section and two 7 segmental upper sections; Lip-draft tubes through said cylindrical and [seg- .iiiei ital', sections; a. secondary water-heating chamber with an innerinsulating walhha-v a rear, segment with down-draft tubes I lit. rethrough, enclosing said primary waterheati'ngchamberg a drainpipe extending through the insulating I wall of a the rear segment of said secondary water-heating i' hainber a n d extcndin into the intermediate section of said primary water-heating chamber; acoinbustion chamber enclosed by the annular section of said primary water-heating chamber; upperside smoke channels in l e a communication with said updraft tubes, an upper rear smoke channel in communication with said clown-draft tubes, and a central smoke channel in open communication with said rear smoke channel and in dainpercontrolled con'nnunication with said side smoke channels; a horizontal conduit, having a damper therein, in communication v with said rear smoke channel and adapted to coinn'iunicate with a chimney fine; a lower sm o,ke chamber in communication withsaid down-draft tubes; and a horizontal conduit in conmmnication with said lower smoke ing a dampercontrolled insulated conduit:
therethrough, and two segmental upper sections; up-draft tubes through said cylindrical and segmental sections; a combustion chamber enclosed by the annular section of said primary water-heating chamber, and a secondary watenheating chamber with an inner insulating wall, having a rear segment with down-draft tubes theretl'irough, enclosing said inner .water chamber; for the purposes set forth. a 10.; In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary water heating chamber comprising an annular lower, section, a a cylindrical intermediate sectionbhaving a damper-controlled insu-. lated conduit therethrough, and two segmental upper sections; "updraft tubes through said cylindrical and segmental sections; a secondary water heating chamber with an inner insulated wall, having a rear segment with down-draft tubes therethrough enclosing said primary water-heatchamber; a drain pipe extending through the insulated wall of said rear section of said secondary water-heating cham her and into the cylindrical section of said primary water-heating chamber; a combustion chamber enclosed by the annular section of said primary water-heating chamher: for the purposes set forth.
11. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary segmental sections; a secondary water-heating chamber with an inner insulating wall, having a rear segment with down-draft tubes therethrough, enclosing said primary water-heating chamber; a combustion chamber enclosed by the annular sectioniof said primary water-heating chamber; upper side smoke channels 111 communication with said til) up-draft tubes, an upper rear smoke channel in communication with said down-draft tubes, and a central smoke channel in open communication with said rear smoke channel and in damper-controlled eommunication with said side smoke channels; for the purposes set forth.
12. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary water-heating chamber comprising an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section with a damper-controlled insulated conduit therethrough, and two segmental upper sections; up-draft tubes through said cylindrical and segmental sections; a secondary water-heating chamber with an inner insulating wall, having a rear segment with down-draft tubes therethrough, enclosing said primary waterheating chamber; a drain pipe extending through the insulated wall of the rear segment of said secondary water-heating chamber and into the intermediate section of said primary water-heating chamber; a combustion chamber enclosed by the annular section of said primary water-heating chamber; upper side smoke channels in communication with said up-draft tubes, an upper rear smoke channel in communication with said down-draft tubes, and a central smoke channel in open communication with said rear smoke channel and in damper-controlled communication with said side smoke channels; for the purposes set forth.
1,. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary waterheating chamber comprising an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section, and two segmental upper sections; updraft tubes through said cylindrical and segn'iental sections; a secondary water-heat ing chamber with an inner insulated wall, having a rear segment with down-draft tubes therethrough, enclosing said primary ater-heating chamber; upper side smoke channels in communication with said updraft tubes, a rear upper smoke channel in comnmnication with said down-draft tubes, and a central smoke channel in open communication with said rear smoke channel and in damper-controlled communication with said side smoke channels; and a series of connected pipes, having a valvecontrollcd inlet. vertically disposed in the rear segment of said secondary water-heating chamber, and a coil, having a valve-coutrolled outlet, horizontally disposed in said central smoke channel, and in communication with said series of connected pipes; for the purposes set forth.
1-1. In an equipment of the class de scribed, the combination of a primary waterheating chamber comprising an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate Section, and two segmental upper sections;
up-draft tubes through said cylindrical and intermediate sections; a secondary water heating chamber with an inner insulating wall, having a rear segment with downdraft tubes therethrough, enclosing said primary water-heating chamber; a drain pipe extending through the insulating wall of said rear section of said secondary waterheating chamber and into the cylindrical section of said primary water-heating cham ber; upper side smoke channels in communication with said up-draft tubes, an upper rear smoke channel in communication with said up-draft tubes, and a central smoke channel in open communication with said upper rear smoke channel and in dampercontrolled communication with said side smoke channels; a series of connected pipes, having a valve-controlled inlet, vertically disposed in the rear segment of said secondary water-heating chamber, and a coil, having a valve-controlled outlet, horizon tally disposed in said central smoke channel and in communication with said series of connected pipes; for the purposes set forth.
15. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a water-heating chamber having an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section and two segmental upper sections; and a cooking chamber disposed above the intermediate section and between the segmental sections; for the purposes set forth.
16. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a water-heating chamber having an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section with an insulated conduit therethrough, and two seg mental upper sections; a combustion cham ber enclosed by the annular section of said water-heating chamber; an upper smoke channel; a cooking chamber disposed above the cylindrical and between the segmental sections of said water-heating chamber; a smoke channel in communication with said combustion chamber via said insulated conduit, extending under, behind and over said cooking chamber and into said upper smoke channel; for the purposes set forth.
17. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a water-heating chamber having an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section with an insulated conduit therethrough, and two segmental upper sections with up-draft tubes therethrough; upper smoke channels in communication with said up-draft tubes; a cooking chamber disposed above said cylindrical and between said segmental sec tions; a smoke channel in communication with said insulated conduit and extending under and over said cooking chamber and into said upper smoke channels; for the purposes set forth.
18. In an equipment of the class described,
the combination of a Water-heating chamber through, and two upper sections; up-draft tubes through said upper sections; a cook ing chamber disposed above said cylindrical section and between said upper sections; upper smoke channels; a smoke chan nel in communication with said conduit, extending under and over said cooking chamher and intd said upper smoke channels; and burners disposed under said cooking compartment; for the purposes set forth.
19. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary water-heating chamber having segmental upper sections with updraft tubes therethrough; a cooking compartment disposed between said segmental sections; upper smoke channels in communication with said up-draft tubes; a smoke channel extending under and over said cooking chamber and intocommunica tion with said upper smoke channels; a secondary water-heating chamber surrounding said primary water-heating chamber and having an insulating inner wall; downdraft tubes through said secondary water chamber, in communication with said upper smake channels; and a combustion chamber inclosed by said primary water-heating chamber and in communication with said up-draft tubes; for the purposes set forth. 20. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary water-heating chamber having segmental upper sectionswith up-draft tubes therethrough; a cooking compartment disposed between said segmental sections; upper smoke channels in communication with said up-draft tubes; a smoke channel extending under and over said cooking compartment and into communication with said upper smoke channels; a secondary water-heating chamber "having an inner insulating wall and enclosing said primary water-heatingchamber; a series of connected pipes vertically disposed in said secondary water-heating chamber, and'a coildisposed in one of said upper smoke channels and in communication with said series of connected pipes; and down-draft tubes through said chamber in communication with one of said upper smoke channels; for the purposes set forth.
secondary water -heating 21. In an equipment of the class described,"
disposed between the segmental sections of said water-heating chamber; a smoke channel extending under and over said cooking chamber and into communication with said channels and in communication with said series of connected pipes; and a lower smoke chamber in communication with said down-draft tubes; for the purposes set forth.
22. In an equipment of the class described,
the combination of a primary water-heating chambercomprising an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section and two segmental upper sections; tubes through said cylindrical and segmental sections; a damper-controlled insulated conduit through said cylindrical section of said water chamber; a secondary waterheating chamber having an inner insulating wall, comprising a segment with downdraft tubes, and a segment having an upper side opening therethrough, enclosing said primary water-heating chamber;a combus-' tion chamber enclosed by the annular section of said primary water-heating chamber; upper side smoke channels in communica tion with said up-draft tubes, an upper rear smoke channel in communication with said down-draft tubes, and a central smoke chan nel in open communication with said rear smoke channel and in dampencontrolled communication with said side smoke channels;a cooking chamber disposed above the intermediate section and between the segmental sections of said primary water-heating chamber; a smoke channel in communication with said combustion chamber, via said insulatedconduit, extending under and over said cooking'chamberand opening 'into said central smoke chamber; and a lower smoke chamber in communication with said down dra-ft tubes; for the purposes set forth.
23. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary water-heating chamber comprising an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section having an insulated conduit therethrough, and two'uppersections; a secondary water-heat ing chamber with an inner-insulating wall, comprising a segment with down-draft tubes and a segment having an upper side opening therethrough, enclosing said primary waterheating chamber; a drain pipe extending through the insulating wall of said secondary water-heating chamber and into the intermediate section of said primary waterup-draft heating chamber; a combustion chamber enclosed by the annular section of said primary water-heating chamber; upper side smoke channels in communication with said up-draft tubes, an upper rear smoke channel in communication with said down-draft tubes, and a central smoke channel in open communication with said rear smoke channel and in damper-controlled connnunication with said side smoke channels; a cooking chamber disposed above said intermediate section and between said upper sections of said primary water-heating chamber; a hinged bafile disposed under said cooking chamber; a smoke channel in communication with said combustion chamber via. said con duit, extending under and over said cooking chamber and into said central smoke chamber; a lower smoke chamber in communication with said down-draft tubes; a hori zontal conduit having a damper therein, in communication with said rear upper smoke channel and adapted to communicate with a chimney fine, and a horizontal conduit, having a damper therein, in comn'ninication with said lower smoke chamber and adapted to communicate with a chimney line," for the purposes set forth.
24. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary water-heating chamber comprising an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section with an insulated conduit therethrough, and two upper sections; np-draft tubes through said intermediate and upper sections; a secondary water-heating chamber with an inner insulating wall, having a rear segment with down-draft tubes thcrethrough, enclosing said primary water-heating chamber; a combustion chamber enclosed by the annular section of said primary waterheating chamber; upper side smoke channels in commuuication with said up-draft tubes, a rear upper smoke channel in communication with said down-draft tubes, and a central smoke channel in open communication with said rear smoke channel and in damper-controlled communication with said side smoke channels; a series of connected pipes, having a valve-controlled inlet, vertically disposed in the rear segment of said secondary waterheating chamber, and a coil, having a valve controlled outlet, horizontally disposed in said central smoke channel and in communication with said series of connected pipes; a cooking chamber disposed above the intermediate section and between the segmental sections of said primary water-heating chamber; a smoke channel in communication with said combustion chamber, via said conduit, extending under and over said cooking chamber and into said central smoke channel; a lower smoke channel in communication with said down-draft tubes; a horizontal conduit in communication with said rear upper smoke channel and adapted to communicate with a chimney line; a horizontal conduit in communication with said lower smoke chamber and adapted to communicate with a chimney flue; a drain pipe extending through. the insulating wall of the rear segment of said secondary waterheating chamber and into the intermediate section of said primary water-heating cham her; and burners disposed under said cooking chamber and adapted to be connected to a. fuel supply pipe; for the purposes set forth.
25. An element in an equipment of the class described, con'iprising a water-heating chamber, having an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section and two segmental upper sections; for the purposes set forth.
26. An element in an equipment of the class described, comprising a water-heating chamber, having an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section, two segmental upper sections, and a damper-controlled insulated conduit through said intermediate section; for the purposes set forth.
27. An element in an equipment of the class described, comprising a secondary water-heating chamber with an inner insulating wall, having a rear segment with down-draft tubes therethrough, adapted to enclose a primary water-heating chamber; for the purposes set forth.
28. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary water-heating chamber, comprising an annular lower section, a cylindrical intermediate section and two segmental upper sections; and a secondary water-heating chamber with an inner insulating wall, having a rear segment with down-draft tubes theretluough, enclosing said primary water-heating chamber: tor the purposes set forth.
29. In an equipment of the class described, the combination of a primary water-heating chamber, comprising an annular lowcr section, a cylindrical intermediate section and two segmental upper sections; and up-draft tubes through said cylindrical and segmental sections; for the purposes set forth.
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