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US1980594A
US1980594A US655265A US65526533A US1980594A US 1980594 A US1980594 A US 1980594A US 655265 A US655265 A US 655265A US 65526533 A US65526533 A US 65526533A US 1980594 A US1980594 A US 1980594A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
    • A24FSMOKERS' REQUISITES; MATCH BOXES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
    • A24FSMOKERS' REQUISITES; MATCH BOXES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES
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Nov. 13, 1934. c. M. PALMER SMOKING IMPLEMENT Filed Feb. 4, 1933 Patented Nov. 13, 1934 SMOKING IMPLEMENT Charles M. Palmer, Brooklyn, N. 2., assignmto Frank N. Mariani, New York. N. Y.
Application February 4, 1933, Solis? No. 655,265
2 Claims. (iii. ESL-12;
The invention is generally concerned with smoking implements and more particularly is directed to a pipe and/or cigarette holder of the type in which the smoke is circulated in one or more treatment chambers preparatory to reaching the user.
According to the invention, the fumes originating in the smoking implement are first drawn into a primary chamber where nicotine or other products of condensation are appropriately dc posited after which they are passed into one or more communicating treatment chambers for supplementary processing.
The invention has as one of its objects to provide a smoking implement of the character alluded to which may be quickly and easily detached into its component parts for proper cleansing thereof.
The invention has another object to provide a tortuous path of travel for the fumes within the bowl of the pipe for progressively treating thereof to provide a cool and enjoyable smoke.
The invention has for a further object the provision of a pipe having a bowl comprising a finned sleeve in which a pair of cup shaped inserts are properly spaced apart to form a primary and secondary chamber for treating the fumes originating in one of the cups. I
The invention has for a further object the provision of a pipe having a bowl including a unit of nested cups or inserts forming a multiplicity of treatment chambers in which the fumes are circulated for extracting the nicotine or the like and for cooling thereof.
The invention also consists in certain new and original features of construction and combination of parts hereinafter set forth and claimed and as to its other objects and advantages, the mode of its operation and the manner of its organization, these, inter alia, may be better understood by referring to the following description taken in connection with the accompanying drawing forming a part thereof in which,
Fig. 1 is a vertical elevation of a pipe according to the invention shown partly in section.
Fig. 2 is a view taken on the line 2-2 of Fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is a fragmentary sectional view of a slightly modified pipe.
Fig. 4 is another fragmentary showing of a modified pipe partly in section.
Fig. 5 is a sectional view of a cigarette holder according to another form of the invention.
Fig. 6 shows another modification of a pipe partly in section and 5 Fig. 7 is a section of a modified sleeve.
According to the several forms of pipe con- Sflll-STlCDS .ustrated in Figs. 1-4 inclusive, a bowl in which smoking tobacco is stored is generally (his. [:Etifd as =0. As shown the bowl comprises se v .ll parts. such as outer jacket or finned sleeve ii, an intermediate insert or insulating cup 12. and an inner insert or cup 13. The finned sleeve or casing ii and the inner insert 13, are preferably of light weight metal such as aluminum or the like eithough not limited thereto. The intermediate cup 12 is formed from an insulating material, such as bakelite or other-suitable insulation.
The outer finned jacket or sleeve 11 is a one piece member and includes a depending reduced threaded portion 14 which is disconnectibly mounted in the upstanding internally threaded annular part 15 extending from the complementary member 16 of the insulating stem broadly denoted ii". The lower threadedportion 14 of the jacket is provided with a bottom fiat annular face 17 adapted to abut the internal shoulder or seat 18 when the finned sleeve is appropriately fastened to the complementary part of the stem.
The outer finned sleeve embodies a plurality 89 of spaced superimposed annular fins or flanges 19 which are arranged substantially coextensive with the height of the jacket and have their length progressively increasing from the topmost fin 20 to an intermediate fin disposed at the lower part of the sleeve. the fins of which are slightly decreasing in length until the lowermost fin 21 is flush with the extension 15. Of course it is within the province of the invention to have extension 15 of a larger diameter and the fin 21 also 90 of a larger outside diameter whereby the spaced fins along the height of the jacket may progressively increase in length from the uppermost fin to the lowermost fin which is seated on extension part 15. As illustrated in the several views, the fins on the lowermost part of the jacket are slightly less in length than the longest intermediate fin thereof and if desired, these fins may be of a length equal to or greater than the longest intermediate fin or all of the fins may be made of the same length.
In the form according to Fig. 1 the neck portion 22 of the sleeve is internally threaded and disposed below the threaded neck is the annular overhanging ledge or shoulder 23 integrally and inwardly extending from the sleeve.
A cup shaped insert 12 is made of suitable insulation, such as bakelite, or other equivalents thereof and is suspended within the hollow metal sleeve and includes at its upper end an enlarged annular rim 24 from which overhangs an outwardly disposed annular flange or shoulder 25 which is sustained on the inwardly extending flange 23.
3 The upper part of the enlarged rim 24 is rabbeted to form the inwardly extending ange or shoulder 26 which forms a seat for the annular flange 27 outwardly and integrally extending from the upper end or rim of the inner metal cup or insert 13.
A retaining ring 28 has an outside threaded portion which coacts with the bushing or threaded neck 22 to hold flange 27 of the inner metal insert against the annular shoulder 26 of the intermediate insert and the flange 25 thereof against the inwardly extending shoulder or ledge 23 of the hollow finned sleeve. The retaining ring 28 may be of any suitable insulation and have the same insulating characteristics as the intermediate cup 12, and the complementary part or elbow 16 of the stem-1'1, that is to say, the parts of the latter as well as the retaining ring 28 may be of bakelite or the like, or of any other well known and suitable insulation.
The intermediate insulating cup 12 is a one piece member or shell which is open at the top end and has a curved concaved bottom 30, the cylindrical side 31 of the shell being spaced from the inner annular face of the flnned sleeve while the curved bottom is spaced from the pocket or recess 31 of the elbow 16, the upper portions of annular side 31 being provided with a plurality of openings 32 to permit the smoke to pass from the primary treatment chamber 33 between the inserts to the secondary chamber 34 between the outside finned sleeve and intermediate insulating cup. 7
The inner metal insert is provided with a cylindrical body or annular side 35 integrally interconnected by the common concaved bottom 37, the sides and bottom of the adjacent inserts being spaced apart to form the annular channel 33 of the primary chamber in which the fumes originating in the tobacco receiving pocket 38 are drawn through its openings 39 in the concaved bottom 37.
The fumes enter the primary compartment formed between the inserts and are directed upwardly, as indicated by the arrows, into the annular communicating chamber 33 formed between the spaced cylindrical walls of the inserts. In the primary chamber, nicotine and other products of condensation or the like from the fumes are collected and the fumes now pass through the openings 32 and downwardly, as indicated by the arrows, into the annular channel 34 of the secondary chamber, between the intermediate insert and the sleeve and into the communicating pocket 31 of the elbow and subsequently into the communicating and axial bore 40 and the mouth piece portion 41 of the stem to the user.
The fumes in passing upwardly in the primary treatment chamber 33 are cooled and the products of condensation are deposited on the adjacent faces of the inserts after which they drain by gravity to the bottom of the primary chamber and collect on the bottom curved wall 30 of the intermediate insert.
In passing down the annular channel of the secondary chamber 34, the fumes come into contact with inside face of the sleeve which is cooled by conduction by the annular superimposed fins thereof to widely distribute and dissipate excessive heat of the fumes as they pass downwardly g for entrance into the recess or pocket 31 from which they are conducted through the stem to the user. with this form of construction, the fumes from the inner insert are treated by passing them through a tortuous path formed by the primary and secondary chambers to produce a cool and sweet smoke.
In the assembly of the form shown in Fig. 1 the metal cup 13 is first appropriately positioned in the insulating cup 12, which is seated on the shoulder 23 of the finned sleeve. The retaining ring 28 is then connected to the threaded neck 22 and fastened against both of the upper rims of the inner and outer cups. Subsequently the lower threaded part 14 may be connected to the elbow or arm of the insulating stem. If it is desired to clean the bowl, the components of the pipe may be separated by removing the bowl from the stem, the retaining ring from the sleeve, the inner cup from the outer and the outer cup from the sleeve. As shown, the inner cup and finned sleeve are made of a suitable metal. These, however, if desired may also be made from an insulating material, such as bakelite or wood or equivalents thereof.
According to the form illustrated in Fig. 3, the intermediate insulating cup 12 has a cylindrical outside contour which is frictionally and slidably associated with the inner smooth cylindrical face of the finned jacket 11. The inner metal cup 13 is of the type disclosed in connection with Fig. 1 and its upper annular flange 42 is seated on the rabbeted rim 43 of the insulating cup 12, the adjacent faces of the cups being spaced apart to form the primary treatment chamber as is the case of the embodiment of Fig. 1.
The outer surfaces of the insulating cup 12, of Fig. 3, however, are provided with a plurality of vertically arranged and spaced grooves or secondary treatment chambers 44 communicating with the recess 31 of the elbow. Fumes originating within the inner insert 13 pass into the primary chamber through the openings 39 and are led upwardly and through the primary chamber and into the openings 32 from which they 12( pass through the several vertical channels of the secondary chamber to be cooled and subsequently into the pocket 31 to the user. In assembling the construction shown in Fig. 3, the inner metal insert is first placed into the insulating insert such that the shoulder 42 is supported on the rabbeted rim 43. The insulating cup is then placed into the lower end of the hollow finned sleeve and slidably moved inwardly until the rim 43 and flange 42 abut the overhan n annular lip or flange 46 integrally extending from the upper end of the sleeve after which the lower threaded portion 14 is properly fastened in the threaded seat 15 of the elbow. To clean the bowl, the sleeve is first disconnected from the elbow after which both of the cups may be bodily moved from the sleeve. Subsequently, the cup may be easily detached.
In the case of the embodiment shown in Fig. 4, the construction thereof is similar to the form 140 shown in Fig. 3 except that the intermediate cup includes a-.depending axially arranged post 4'! ,having a tapered end 48 adapted to be received and centered in a correspondingly shaped indent or recess of the elbow of the stem in which it is removably supported. If desired the insulating cup 12 of the embodiment shown in Fig. 1 may be provided with a depending post and the elbow with a suitable indent or recess similar to the form illustrated in Fig. 4. 186
messes 3 The cigarette holder accorifing to the form illustrated inFig. 5 comprises an elongated shell or casing 60 having an internally threaded portion- 61 in which is secured a cylindrical hollow bushing 62 from which integrally extends a tube or cup shaped insert 63 having a perforated and curved bottom 64. Threadably connected to the inner tube 63 adjacent its upper end is an outer cylindrical tube or cup shaped insert 65 which has a closed inner curved end 66. The inner tube 63 is spaced from the walls of the outer tube 65 and forms therewith the -primary smoke treatment chamber in which nicotine or the like from the cigarette in the walls of recess 67 of the bushing 62 is deposited, the fumes passing from the inner tube and through perforations at its bottom curved wall and between the annular chamber formed by the adjacent faces of the tubes and through perforations 68 of the'outer tube and into the annular cooling secondary chamber formed between the enlarged portion of the casing 69 and the outer tube after which the cooled'and dry fumes pass into throat "I0 and the communicating'bore .71 of the'mouth piece portion of. the holder tothe user. The holder may be quickly separated into its components for cleaning thereof by -flrst disconnecting the threaded portion ofthe bushing 62 from the threaded part 61 of the owing. The tubes 63 and 65 may then be bodily'removed from the casing after which the outer tubes may be quickly disconnected from the inner tube. As shown, the outer tube 65 is of metal while the other parts of the cigarette holder are of insulation. It is the province .of theinvention, if desired. to make all parts of the holder of insulation or of any appropriate material.
In Fig.6; the pipe construction comprises a bowl 10 having a finned sleeve 11 re'movably secured in acomplementary portionof the stemor arm 16 in which the bowl is disconnectihiy seated as in the case of the embodiment disclosed in Fig. 3. Within the hollow sleeve, a plurality of spaced and superimposed cup shaped inserts is provided to form a multiplicity of treatment chambers constituting a tortuous path for travel of the fumes from the innermost insert through the several chambers to the mouth piece portion of the removable stem.
As illustrated, four inserts or cups 80, 81, 82 and 83 are in spaced relationship. Eachof these cups is a one piece member having 'curvecl lower portions as 84. The upper portions of ea h of r cups are preferably cylindrical. #33253. are provided on their curved bottoms with perforations as 86. Cups 81 and 83 include perfor tions as 87,at their upper ends. The depending projection 85 of cup 80 is centred and received in a recess'88. of aboss 89 of the nest lower cup 81 and an extension 90 integrally depending from boss 89 is received and centred in recessed boss 91 of cup 82, the boss 89 carrying an integral stud or extension 92. received and centred in the recess of boss 83 the next lower cup. Stud 94 extending from boss 93 is appropriately centred and received in a suitable indentation 95 provided at the lower part of the complementary part 16 associated with the bowl;
-- A removable ring 96 having four spaced grooves 97, 98, 99 and 100,receives the upper portions of the cups to holdthem properly spaced apart and the annular depending elements 101 of the retaining ring between a pair of grooves prevent tilting or transverse play of the cups.
Fumes from cup 80 pass through the perforations 86 thereof and upwardly in the primary treatment chamber between the cylindrical wall of the adjacent cups 80 and 81. Subsequently, the fumes pass through the perforations 87 of cup 81 and downwardly in the secondary treatment chamber between the cylindrical walls of cups 8]. and 82 and out through perforations 86 of the bottom part of cup 82 and upwardly in the third treatment. chamber between the walls of the cups .82 and83 and into the openings 87 of cup 83. The fumes then pass downwardly in the fourth treatment chamber, between the adjacent faces of the sleeve 11 and the outer cup 83 and between the latter and the curved part 16 and into the channel 102 of the arm of the bowl to the stem of the pipe.
The finned sleeve 11 is provided with an inwardly extending integraloverhanging lip 103,
the lower face thereof is flat and forms an abutment for the annular retaining ring'96. In practice, the inserts may be of a suitable light weight metal or of any suitable. insulating material. The finned sleeve may be of metal and if deslred it may be made of insulation, such as bakellte, wood or combinations thereof. The complementary part 16 of the bowl and stem is preferably of insulation and the retaining ring 96 may be of metaLor insulation. The stem 104 removably is attached to the complementary part 16 which is preferably of insulation. If desired, the sleeve 13 may take the form shown in Fig. 7, namely having an outer smooth contour without fins, although otherwise it takes the form of the sleeve or Jacket disclosed in Fig. 6 and although it is illustrated in Fig. 7 as of a suitable insulation, if desired. it may also be of metal within the province of the invention.
With the arrangement disclosed in Fig. 6, the fumes have a longer path to travel before reaching the user and progressive cooling of the fumes is thereby facilitated: In. the assembly,'the cups are nested in a unit as shown and the retaining ring 96 is properly fastened to the upper ends of the cupsto hold them in position. 'I'heunit of cups is bodily inserted in the finned sleeve and moved against the overhanging lip or flange 103.- Complementary part 16 of the bowl and stem is then attached to the sleeve and to the former is secured the mouth piece portion 104 as is well understood; To separate the pipe'into its com-, ponents, the latterare disconnected in the reverse order to their assembly.
While 1 have several modifications in which the invention may be carried out, it will be readily understood that the principles of the invention be utilized in other ways, the selec-; tion of specific embodiment being determined more particularly by the exigencies of use or the particular wishes of the user and I reserve the right to make all such changes and adaptations of the construction of my invention as fairly fall within the scope of the accompanying claims broadly construed.
I claim:'
1. In a smoking implement, the combination of, a seat, a hollow sleeve having a plurality of spaced and superimposed fins and including a reduced portion removably mounted on said seat,
a pair of spaced cups disposed within saidsleeve der, said rim being rabbeted and defining a flange,
the other of said cups having an enlarged rim removably mounted on said flange, and an annular member removably connected to an upper portion oi the sleeve for holding the rabbeted rim to said shoulder and said enlarged rim against said flange.
2. In a smoking implement, the combination of, a seat having an extension, a hollow sleeve having a plurality of closely spaced and superimposed fins and including a reduced portion removably mounted on said seat. a plurality of spaced cups at least two of which are disposed within said sleeve and spaced therefrom. said sleeve having an annular shoulder, one of said cups having an enlarged rim seated on said shoulder, said rim being rabbeted and defining an inwardly disposed overhanging flange, an-
other cup of said plurality including an outwardly projecting overhanging rim removably seated on said flange, an annular retaining ring disconnectibly associated with the upper portion of said sleeve for removably holding said rims together and the enlarged rim against said shoulder, one of said cups having a perforated bottom, another having a plurality of perforations adjacent its rim. said sleeve and perforated cups providing several communicatiiig tortuous paths through which smoke is directed for treatment thereof and means connected to said extension for directing the treated smoke to the user.
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US2429808A (en) * 1943-06-16 1947-10-28 Downing Montague Tobacco pipe
US2667175A (en) * 1950-10-03 1954-01-26 Cary F Parks Pleasure smoking pipe
US2718892A (en) * 1949-10-29 1955-09-27 Jim D Holderman Tobacco pipe
US2873748A (en) * 1955-09-29 1959-02-17 Goran Jacob Fredrik Segerstad Tobacco pipe
US3312227A (en) * 1964-05-14 1967-04-04 Filtox S A Filter holder for smokers
US3491771A (en) * 1967-05-12 1970-01-27 New Prod Corp Pipe tobacco packet

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US2429808A (en) * 1943-06-16 1947-10-28 Downing Montague Tobacco pipe
US2718892A (en) * 1949-10-29 1955-09-27 Jim D Holderman Tobacco pipe
US2667175A (en) * 1950-10-03 1954-01-26 Cary F Parks Pleasure smoking pipe
US2873748A (en) * 1955-09-29 1959-02-17 Goran Jacob Fredrik Segerstad Tobacco pipe
US3312227A (en) * 1964-05-14 1967-04-04 Filtox S A Filter holder for smokers
US3491771A (en) * 1967-05-12 1970-01-27 New Prod Corp Pipe tobacco packet

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