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    • F23D2206/0031Liquid fuel burners adapted for use in welding lamps

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Dec 1 1925- 1,563,427

8. MARTIN HOOD OR PROTECTOR FOR GASOLINE TORCHES, ETC

Filed June 5, 1925 Patented Dec. 1, 1925.

UNITED STATES BRUNO MARTIN, 0F SAGINAW, MICHIGAN".

HOOD 0R PROTECTOR FUR GASQLINE TORCHES, ETC.

Application filed June 5, 1925.

To all whom it may concern:

l-le it known that l, BRUNO liiiurrin a citizen of the United States, residing at Saginaw, in the county oi? Saginaw and State of Michigan have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Hoods or Protectors for Gasoline Torches Etc. oi which the following is a specification.

This invention relates to certain new inr provenients in hoods or means to serve as a protector for gasoline torches, fire pots, or analogous devices.

The present invention has for its object.

among others, to provide simple and eiiicient means for protecting not only the long "trout cast outlet tulle. but the whole burner down to and including the drip pan and the main supply tube from the oil reservoir, having tor its objects, at 31101153 others. to serve as a protection against Wind and cooling of the main center tube extending from the oil hasin. w

it has for a further ohject to provide a hood or protector readily applicable to ditlerent styles of torches and burners to protect the burner against wind, rain and suou' and having provision for ready application or removal when desired, as well as quick adjustment so that the cap on the hood may be readily lengthened or shortened accord ing to the style of the burner and then easily attired in its adjusted position.

Other objects and advantages of the i1ivention will hereinafter appear and the novel features thereof will be particularly pointed out in the appended claims.

The invention in its preferred form. is clearly illustrated in the accompanying drawing, which with the numerals oil reiterence merited thereon, forms a part oi this specification; and in which il igure l. is a side elevation showing); my improved protector applied to a gasoline torch or hurner.

l irrure is a substantially central vertical longitudinal section through the hood or protector with the burner shown in side elevation.

Figure 3 is a vertical cross section, as on the line 3-3 oi Figure 2, looking in the direction oi the arrows.

Figure 4C is an end view of the hood or protector prior to its application to the torch or burner.

Like numerals of reference indicate like parts throughout the several views.

Serial No. 35,112.

Referring to the drawings l designates the burner as a. whole, which may he ot any well known type such as a gasoline torrh. or other device, of which 2 is the supply tulle from the supply reservoir 2-3, Tiheinp; the drip pan, the valve stem with its actuating: handle 6, and 7 the PGl'fOl'aiWCl burner. no claim being; made in this application to any novelty in the burner or torch per se the novel feature in the present instance residing in the hood or protector now to he described.

The hood in the present instance comprises the' hody portion being show as substantially cylindrical, from opposite sides of one end of which depend the '\'-."in rs or nioo'diers 9 which are preferably oi sulficien't height or rather depth to extend helow the adjacent portion of the drip pan as seen clearly in Figures l, and 3. "restinemhers 9 may he integral with the hm U 8. or "formed independent thereof and atlixed thereto in any well l-znown way.

ih't the forward end of the member 8 is a cap 10, having a cylindrical portion ll adapted for sliding engagement with the adjacent portion or end of the member 8 so that the latter ina -J he adjusted longitudh nally of said u'ieinher 8 or removed entirely when dc ired. Jitits outer end it is provided with an annular inward extending Gauge 1 7 provided with a plurality oil? openings or perforations 13, shown clearly in Figures 2 and 4-. fit the other end oi the protector oppositely disposed inwardly ex-- tending flanges l l are provided as seen best in Figure 3, the same being: joined to the top portion 15 of the adjacent end of the member 8, as seen clearly in Figures 1. 2 and 33. These flanges are supported by the vertically extended opening or slot 16. as seen in l igures 2, 2-3 and to lit over the llange stein (Note particularly lligure l.) il peniuggs 1? may he provided upon the upper face of the portion to on the end oi the hood or protector, as seen in Figures 1, 2 and 3, for the admission of a restricted quantity oi air to aid combustion.

Upon the top or the protector may be mounted a member 18, rising from opposite ends of which are the arms 19 and 20, of any preferred character to support the soldering iron or other implement.

On the valve stem 5 is loosely mounted a washer or the like 21, in the present instance shown as dished, While 22 is a larger washer also shown as dished, and surrounding the stem 5 between said washers is the spring 23. Sleeved upon the stem 5 is the collar or the like 2%, provided with a set screw 25 adapted to be engaged with the stem 5 to hold the collar in any desired adjusted position. This provides for lengthening or shortening the device according to the length and type of burner upon which the hood is employed. In applyii'ig the hood to the burner the screw 25 is loosened and the hood applied with the member 22 hearing against the adjacent end of the hood or protector, as seen in Figure 2. The end of the hood is brought over the front or the burner, the stem 5 being r ceivcd in the slot 16 ot the flanges 1% of the hood and then the collar Q i tort-ed against the tension of the spring, the screw 25 is tightened. and the hood is held securely in position. To remove the hood the screw is loosened, the collar 2% moved to the right, releasing the tension of the spring against the member when the hood may be readily disengaged.

The hood capable of manufacture at small cost, will be found very efficient and durable in use, not liable to damage in any way, and can be readily replaced by a new one when occasion requires. The hood is preferably made of copper in order to better retain the heat, although other materials may be employed. The hood increases the strong power of the flame and protects the same against wind and water. The hood is perfectly constructed, taking oxygen of the air and carrying the same between the burner and the hood, producing a melting heat. The wind has no chance to extinguish the flame on account of this increased heat between the hood and burner. If the wind enters on one side it will llRY. a chance to go out on the other side.

Modifications in detail may be resorted to without departing from the spirit of the invention or sacrificing any of its advantages.

What is claimed as new is:

1. A protecting hood for gasoline torches, etc, the same embodying a body portion with the depending wings at one end and perforated cap portion at the other end.

2. A protecting iood for gasoline torches, etc., the same embodying a body portion with the depending wings at one end and reticulated cap portion at the other end, said cap portion being adjustably mounted upon the hood body.

3. A. protecting hood for gasoline torches, etc, comprising a substantially cylindrical body portion with protecting wings at one end and depending flanges at said end, having an opening for the reception of the valve stem or a burner, and an adjustable cap for said end of the hood.

at. A protecting hood for gasoline torches, etc, comprising a substantially cylindrical body portion with protecting wings at one end and depending flanges at said end, having an opening for the reception of the valve stem oi a burner, an adjustable cap for said end of the hood, and resilient means acting upon said cap.

A protecting hood for gasoline torches, etc. comprising a substantially cylindrical body portion with protecting wings at one end and depending flanges at said end, having an opening for the reception of the valve stem o1 a burner, an adjustable cap for said end of the hood, resilient means acting upon said cap, and ljustable means on the stem acting in conjunction with said resilient means.

6. It protecting hood for gasoline torches nd the like, comprising a body portion with depending wings at one end and flanges at said end having an opening for the reception of the valve stem, and a closure for said opening.

7. A protecting hood for gasoline torches and the like, comprising a body portion with depending wings at one end and flanges at said end having an opening for the reception of the valve stem, and a closure for said opening, and resilient means acting upon said closure.

8. A protecting hood for gasoline torches and the like. comprising a body portion with depending wings at one end and flanges at said end having an opening for the reception of the valve stem, and a closure for said opening, resilient means acting upon said closure, and adjustable means on the valve stem acting in conjunction with said resilient means.

In testimony whereof: I aflix my signature.

BRUNO MARTIN.

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Cited By (4)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2473192A (en) * 1945-08-13 1949-06-14 John B Blackwell Coil for weed burners and pear burners
US2652104A (en) * 1949-10-07 1953-09-15 Prent Jan Device for removing layers of paint
US2660231A (en) * 1952-04-08 1953-11-24 Wall Mfg Company P Blowtorch hood
US3330267A (en) * 1963-09-03 1967-07-11 Hupp Corp Gas-fired infrared burners and heaters

Cited By (4)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2473192A (en) * 1945-08-13 1949-06-14 John B Blackwell Coil for weed burners and pear burners
US2652104A (en) * 1949-10-07 1953-09-15 Prent Jan Device for removing layers of paint
US2660231A (en) * 1952-04-08 1953-11-24 Wall Mfg Company P Blowtorch hood
US3330267A (en) * 1963-09-03 1967-07-11 Hupp Corp Gas-fired infrared burners and heaters

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