US1850866A - Reigniting device for gas stoves - Google Patents

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US1850866A
US1850866A US42615630A US1850866A US 1850866 A US1850866 A US 1850866A US 42615630 A US42615630 A US 42615630A US 1850866 A US1850866 A US 1850866A
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
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    • F24COTHER DOMESTIC STOVES OR RANGES; DETAILS OF DOMESTIC STOVES OR RANGES, OF GENERAL APPLICATION
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March 22, 1932. c. F. CONOVER REIGNITING DEVICE- FOR GAS STOVES Filed Feb. 5, 1950 Patented Mar. 22,: 1932 i oHnRLns'r. oonovnarongiiigqoxnrn, joint REIGNITING DEvIcnwone-Ghs s'rovns 'n Application filed" February ,5;a iesa gsenersndg 426,155. :1 f

This invention relates to vice for gas stoves.

- The principal obj ectof the inventionis the provision of a simple, practical and reliable "device of the indicated character, whlch is I 'designedand adapted'to reignite the burner or burners of a gas stove, if for any reason the flames thereof are extinguished in any-accidental or unintentional manner such as by a sudden gust of wind, or by the overflow liquids of cooking vesselsarranged on the stove over the burners.

' Thernature of the invention and its distinguishing features and advantages willap- 5 pear when the followingspecification is read in'connectio'n with the accompanymgdrawings, in which 7 c I i Figural is a fragmentary plan'vlew of 'a gas stove having the device of the present invention shown in conjunction with two burners, one of the burner grids being reed; v I Figure 2 is an enlarged section of the r auxiliary burner and gas control valve. Referring now more particularly to the drawings, it willbe apparent that the present invention essentially involves a gas stove 10 having one or more burners, there being two burners 11 shown in the present instance.

Gas is fed to the burners 11 byasupply pipe 12 having branch connections 13 in communication therewithwhich communicate respectively with the burners 11. The branch connectionseach include a control valve 14 of the three-way'type. On reference to Figure 2 it willibe apparent that each valve includes a oasingl15 having a turnable valve plug 16.

The casing 15 has an inlet 17which'communi-,

cates' with the pipe 12, an outlet 18leading let 19 for a purpose toappear. The plug 16 has a transverse passage20 and a communicating branch passage 21. It will be apparent in Figure 2. This is the opened position of the plug 16, and gas willbe flowing through the inlet-17 and out of the outlets18 and :19.

a reigniting deto therelated burner connections; and an outthat in: one position of the-plug16 the pas-j sage 20 will be in registry with the inle'tl'? i Y andthe outlet 18, and the branch passage 21.

' will be in registry with the outlet 19, aseshown It will be apparentithat iwhenthegpllig;L

ntqvedqtosthee,closed position-gas will be preventedrmmnowing out of the outlets 18 and I In accordance with another feature Oftl1e 55 invention there is provided an auxiliary? burner 22 in communication with; the outlet 19 of the valve 14 bysuitable connection 23. The burner 22 consists ofa shield or protect-' ing tube 24:.open at one end as at 25,'and a soc jet 26. is in communication with the connection 23andprojects into the opposite endof j the tube 24. The end of the'tube 24-:into which the jet projectshas a pluralityof: air

holes 27fwhich are controlled by a plate 28;.435

having holes 29 arranged to be brought into" registration with the holes 27 to varying degrees for the purpose'of regulating the admission of air intovthe-tube 24. The burner r 22 is arrangedin relation tothe related burne mper 11 sothat the flame of the jet 26 protected 7 by the tube 24 may reignite gas flowing from theburner 11, in the event of the unintention-.

I al extinguishment of the flames of the burnor for any reason such as those mentioned hereinbefore. It being understood that when the plug 16 of the valve 14 is in the opened position gas will be flowing to both burners 11 and 22. When the plug 16 of the valve 14 is in the closed position gas will be shut off from eo the burners 11 and-22. It will be apparent that although the flames issuing from the i burner. 11 may be. extinguished by a gust of wind or by the overflow liquidsof a cooking,

vessel arranged on thestove'over the burnerg 11; the flame issuing. from thejet 2610f the burner 22 will not be extinguished due to: thefact that it is protected by the tube 24, con sequently the burner 22 will constantly serve I as .a means for reigniting the related burneew '11; It follows, therefore, that the auxiliary burner 22serves as an expedient to avert explosions, and also to avert persons being'asphyxiated by gas flowing from the burner is 11. Iii-3 I'claim: o g 1. The combination with, a gasstove in-. cludinga burner; of 1a gas jet positionedon the stove adjacent said burner, a tubular shield havingf air holes therein surroundingze said jet in fixed relation thereto, gas supply.

piping common to said burner and jet, and a valve connected with said piping to control the flow of gas, so that gas may flow simultaneously to the burner and jet, or be simultaneously shut off from the burner and jet.

2. The combination with a gas stove including a burner; of a as jet' positioned on the stove adjacent said burner, a tubular shield surrounding said jetin fixed relation thereto, a regulator for controlling the admission of air into said shield, and gassup:

ply means common to said burner and jet.

Signed at Borough of Brooklyn, in the countyof Kings and State of New York this 1st day of February,-1930.- r CHARLES F. CONQVER.

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US3055082A (en) * 1955-03-31 1962-09-25 Carrier Corp Finning machine
US20080206697A1 (en) * 2005-07-29 2008-08-28 Christophe Trochou Gas Burner With Multiple Concetric Flame Rings

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US3055082A (en) * 1955-03-31 1962-09-25 Carrier Corp Finning machine
US20080206697A1 (en) * 2005-07-29 2008-08-28 Christophe Trochou Gas Burner With Multiple Concetric Flame Rings
US7901205B2 (en) * 2005-07-29 2011-03-08 Burner Systems International (Bsi) Gas burner with multiple concentric flame rings

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