US1570231A - Padding for ironing rolls - Google Patents

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US1570231A
US1570231A US609543A US60954322A US1570231A US 1570231 A US1570231 A US 1570231A US 609543 A US609543 A US 609543A US 60954322 A US60954322 A US 60954322A US 1570231 A US1570231 A US 1570231A
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    • D06TREATMENT OF TEXTILES OR THE LIKE; LAUNDERING; FLEXIBLE MATERIALS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • D06FLAUNDERING, DRYING, IRONING, PRESSING OR FOLDING TEXTILE ARTICLES
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Jan. 19 1926.
@fg-2 X A. F. DECKER PADDING oR IRoNING RoLLs Filed Dec. 28, 1922 2 Sheets-Shut l JNUCHKM A. F. DECKER Jan. 19 192e. 1,570,231 y PADDING FOR IRONING ROLLS Filed Dec. 28, 1922 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 //f/ y f f4 Y s I l Patented Jan. 19, 1926.
PATENT OFFICE.
AMMIEL F. DECKER, OF PELHAM, NEW YORK.
PADDING FOR IRONING ROLLS.
Application filed December 28, 1922. Serial No. 609,543.
To all whom t may concern.'
Beit known that I, AMMIEL F. DECKER@ citizen of the United States, residing at Pelham, in the county of Westchester and State of New York, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Padding for Ironing. Rolls, -of which the following is a specication.
This invention relates to padding for covering the rolls of ironing machines; and its Object, stated briefly, is to provide an iml provedvbuilt-up article or material of the above natur-e which is constructed in such a way that any size of roll can befeasily and quickly padded, while at the same time avoiding` the necessity of gluing the padding directly to the bare metal ,surface of the roll, as has heretofore been done.
According to my invention, I construct the padding of relatively small sectionsv or blocks of cork, compressed wood' pulp, wool felt, cotton felt, linoleum, or other suitable material of like character; and of any desired shape vor size g. and I soconnect these blocks together as to enablethe composite structure to fit conformably against the sur-- face of the roll.
The fastening means or devices employed for this purpose may be of different characters. For example, I may mount the blocks on, and secure them to, a backing sheet of metal or metallic or other fabric. Again, I may secure the blocks-to a metal sheet by meansof staples, the ends of which fit in grooves in the blocks, or by means of bolts. I may also form the Ametal backing sheet with transverse ribs disposed in spaced, parallel relation-g and in that instance, I cut away the blocks along their inner longitudinal edges so asvto provide seats or re-A `cesse's wherein the ribs fit, so that the upper faces of these seats or recesses rest upon the ribs, the blocks themselves being faced or lined along the seats or recesses as well as along their inner surfaces with metal wearing strips or plates or left plain, as may be preferred.
Whatever the method employed, it is apparent that the contiguous, longitudinal rows of blocks will conform to the curvature of the roll; and where comparativelyv thick blocks are used, such blocks may advantageously be formed with concaveinner faces and convex outer faces, for the same purpose; In practice, the blocks will be about two inches square, and about three- K ticular' shape and dimensionsmay be varied .i
By connecting additional rows of blocks to the structure already formed, or by detaching rows therefrom, strips, sheets or forms of any desired size may be produced, so as to enable them to be fitted to rolls of widely different diameters and lengths;v it being understood, of course, that the fasteningy devices of the outside rows, or the edges of the backingv strips, are secured together in some suitable way in order to hold the padding on the roll.
In constructing. the blocks, they may be cut from sheets of cork of the proper thickness; or layers maybe cut from cork rsheets and then pasted or otherwise fastened together to form aV block .of the desired thickness. Also, the blocks may be constructed of ground cork compressed into block form; the same applying equally, of course, to the linoleum, wood pulp, felt, or other construction material employed. The grooves may be formed in the blocks'during their actual manufacture, or after their molding or shaping has been completed.
The accompanying drawing shows various embodiments of the invention; and therein: f
Figure' l is a plan view of a portion of a sheet of-the `improved padding;
Fig. 2- is a view showlng one form of metal backing sheet which may be employed g Figs. 3 and t are views of two different blocks which may be used therewith;
Fig. 5 is a view showing another form of backing sheet and its associated block;
Figs. 6 and 7 are views of still other forms;
Fig. v8 is a view showing a textile fabric backing sheet. Y
Referring more particularly to the drawings, the strip or sheet therein represented consists of a plurality of blocks 1 of the same size and thickness, arranged in longitudinal p and transverse rows. In the construction shown in Fig. 1, these blocks are connected together at their adjacent corners by means of wires 2, which t in surface grooves 3 formed parallel with, and spaced a slight distance from, the marginal edges of the blocks; said grooves, in consequence, intersecting one another adjacent the corners oit the blocks, at which points periorations 5 are termed 'transversely through the blocks. wires are pased through AAeri raf ons 5 and their ends fastened together some suitable manner.
lhe blocks may have fiat outer and inner faces, but they may, it made thicker, he given a oncavo convexr formation in crosssection, as shown.
The strip or sheet composed oli' the connected rows ol" bloclrs and made ot suitable flimensious to iit a standard or other ironing rol 1 iay be applied directly to the roll, but it is preferably mounted on and secured t sheet. This backing sheet may to a backing y be of metal or ell textile tabric, as may be desired; and in the case oi the metal backing sheet 7, represented in Figs. 5, 6 and 7, such sheet may be :termed with pertorations to permit the attachment et the blocks. In Fig. 5, the perforations 8 are relatively large, and the blocks are subjected to pressure to 'force them through the peritorations. In Figs. G and T, the perl'orations are smaller, and serve to permit the passage ot staples 9 therethrough (Fig. 5), or et bolts l() (Fig. 7), the staples i'itting in the grooves 8 'formed in the outer taces of the blocks, wl ile the ends ot the bolts take into small nuts llv which are arranged in countersunk recesses 12in the blocks.
Figs. 2, 3 and l show a construction which l consider oit importance; such construction embodying an arcuate metal bacling sheet 14ritormed upon its outer tace at suitable intervals with transverse ribs l5. The blocks 16 are adapted to be inserted hetween the pairs of ribs and to be removed therefrom in the event oi injury; and to enable a proper lit to be obtained, the inner or lower longitudinal edges of the blocks are cut away so to provide recesses or seats l? contorming to the shape oit the ribs, the upper Vlaces of such seats projecting over and resting upon the tops ot the ribs. rlhe blocks may, it desired, be laced or lined upon their bottoms with wear plates 1S, preterably made in two parts, these plates or plate sections extending into and lining the taces ot the seats.
ln the construction illustrated in Fig. 8, the backino' sheet 19 is of textile fabric, in-
stead ot mztal. The blocks themselves may be cemented or otherwise secured to the backing sheet.
In practice, the metal backing sheet may, anf,1 preferably will, be made in sections, so l'4 "i in the event of the blocls et any one section beconiing injured, that section may be removed bodily and replaced by anew one loa ded with fresh blocks. rlhe sections may he connected together in any desired manner. lt is also possible to apply the blocks directly to the rolls in some cases, the rolls may be peri'orated or ribbed in the same manner as the backing sheets or holders themselves.
l claim as my invention:
l. `adding tor ironing rolls, comprising connected rows ot relatively small blocks el? :fibrous material arranged side by side; and a flexible hacking sheet to which said rows are secured, said sheet adapted' to contorni to the curvature of the ironing roll and to completely encircle the same.
Q. Padding for ironing rolls, comprising rows of relatively small blocks arranged side by side; and a metallic backing sheet on which said rows are mounted, and to which they are secured, said sheet conforming to the curvature ot the ironing roll and adapted to completely encircle the same.
3. `Padding tor ironing' rolls composed or" rows ot relatively small blocks having the lower part ot their sides cut away so that the lower portions will be narrower than the tops, and a metal backing having ribs to securely hold the lower part or" the blocks and over which the upper portions of the sides of the hloclrs project, said backing contorming to the curvature ot the ironing roll and adapted to completely encircle the same.
4l. Padding for ironing rolls composed of relatively-small blocks arranged in longitudinal and transverse rows, and having the lower part ot their sides cut away so that the lower portions of the blocks will be narrower than the top portions thereof, and metal facing means attached to the lower edges; and a metal backing having ribs between which the blocks slide and are securely held thereby, said backing conforming to the curvature oit the ironing roll and adapted to completely encircle the same.
ln testimony whereof I atliX my signature.
AMMIEL F. DECKER.
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US3670381A (en) * 1969-07-25 1972-06-20 Voest Ag Rolls and rollers particularly for continuous casting plants, bar deformation plants and for hot rolling mills operated at low rolling speeds

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