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US2146256A
US2146256A US92477A US9247736A US2146256A US 2146256 A US2146256 A US 2146256A US 92477 A US92477 A US 92477A US 9247736 A US9247736 A US 9247736A US 2146256 A US2146256 A US 2146256A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
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` Feb. 7, 1939. c. GOBEL 2,146,256

SMOKE CONDENSER AND COOLER Filed July 25, 1936 IN VEN TOR.

ATTORNEY I Patented Feb. 7, 1939 v UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE SMOKE CONDENSER AND COOLER Charles Gobel, Philadelphia, Pa. Application July 25, 1936, Serial No. 92,477

2` Claims. (Cl. 131-218) The object of my invention is to devise a novel Figure 2 is an exploded view of parts of the smoke condenser `or cooler which can be used in smoke condenser and cooler.

y conjunction with a pipe, cigarette or cigar. Figure 3 is an enlarged sectional view of the ,A further object is to devise a novel smoke smoke condenser and cooler showing the direction f; condenser and cooler wherein the following of travel of the smoke. 5V advantageous features are present: Similar numerals indicate corresponding parts.

1st. A dry, cool and refreshing smoke `during Referring to the drawing: the entire smoking period. The pipe has a bowl I and a stem 2 of any 2nd. The elimination of any sogginess in the desired or conventional construction and contour. 10, tobacco used in a pipe so that `the tobacco will The smoke condenser and cooler comprise three burn dry to the bottom of the bowl. parts, namely; an outer tube 3, an intermediate 3rd. The elimination of throat irritation and tube ll, an inner tube 5, and a sleeve 6 which the biting of the tongue. latter may begintegral with or separate from the 4th. The elimination of the desire to freely tube 5.

l5 expectorate, The outer tube 3 is connected at its forward 15 5th. One may inhale freely with pipe, cigar or end with the pipe bowl in any desired manner, cigarette without coughing and expectorating. and, as illustrated is provided with a reduced 6th. Causing the smoke to travel in proximity threaded tubular extension l adapted to be to a metal sleeve exposed to the atmosphere to screwed into the stem of the pipe bOWl. The tube obtain a maximum cooling and condensing action. 5 is threaded at its rear end as at 8 to adapt it to 20 With the foregoing and other objects in view as be screwed into the pipe stem 2. will hereinafter more clearly appear, my inven- The extension 'l of the outer tube or cylinder 3 tion comprehends a novel smoke condenser and may form a shoulder 9 to limit the forward movecooler adapted for use with a pipe, cigarette or ment of the tube 4 intoI the outer tube. cigar. The tube li is closed at its forward end and is 25 It further comprehends a novel smoke conpreferably dished to provide a chamber to redenser and cooler wherein the smoke travels in a ceive the smoke which latter passes rearwardly circuitous path in forward and reverse directions from said chamber through the ports I0 and the between spaced sleeves of a character which will space Il formed between the outer wall of the have a condensing and cooling action 0n the tube 4 and the innerwall of the tube 3. The 30 smoke passing from a pipe bowl, a cigarette or a rear end of the tube 4 has a head I2 having longicigar to the mouth piece. tudinally directed slots or ports I3 which at their It further comprehends a novel smoke conrear ends open into the space I4 between the denser and cooler, wherein the smoke passes intermediate tube 4 and the inner tube 5. As this through ports between spaced sleeves towards the' Spa@ iS C10Sd at its rear end by the end Wall l5 35 mouth piece, the outer of such sleeves being eX- Of the SleeVe 3, the SmOke must 110W travel in 2 posed to atmosphere, then rearwardly in the inner OIWaId dIeCOD in the Space I4 between the sleeve towards the end of such sleeve and then tubes 4 and 5- The tube 5 S Open at bOth ends forwardly through a tube to the mouth piece. so that the smoke passes from the space I4 into Other novel features of construction and advanthe forward end of the inner tube 5 and rear- 40 tage, will hereinafter more clearly appear in the wardly through Said tube and thlllgh the mouth detailed description and the appended claims. piece 2.

For the purpose of illustrating the invention, I The parts of the condenser and cooler may be have shown in the accompanying drawing a typimade of any desired or suitable material, but I cal embodiment of it. which, in practice, will give have found in practice that very advantageous 45 satisfactory and vreliable results. It is, however, results are obtained if the parts, especially the to be understood that the various instrumentaliouter sleeve 3 are made of metal.

ties of which my invention consists can be Vari- The direction of travel of the smoke is clearly ously arranged and organized, and my invention indicated by the arrows in Figure 3.

is not limited to the exact arrangement and The intermediate tube 4 may have any desired 50 organization of these instrumentalities as herein outer wall construction to cause the smoke to set forth. pass around it to increase the condensing and Figure l is a sectional elevation of a pipe, in cooling action. conjunction with which a smoke condenser and I have found as a result of numerous expericooler embodying my invention is employed. i ments that an important condensing and cooling 56 action takes place in the chambers formed by the spaces Il and I4.

Tobacco contains a certain amount of moisture and by condensing the moisture entrained in the smoke and cooling the smoke, the latter as it passes through the mouth piece is cool and free from moisture and at the same time retains the natural flavor and aroma of the tobacco.

The nicotine contained in the moisture is condensed and does not pass into the mouth of the smoker.

It will be clear from the foregoing, that the smoke is purified and the deleterious matter which is normally contained in smoke derived from burning tobacco is eliminated.

Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent is:

1. A smoke condenser and cooler having a smoke inlet and a smoke discharge, comprising an outer, metallic, open ended tube exposed to the atmosphere, an intermediate metallic tube Within and spaced from the inner wall of the outer tube, said intermediate tube having its forward end closed and having ports at its outer periphery leading from the outer tube to the space between the tubes, the rear end of said intermediate tube having a ported shoulder, a sleeve within which said outer tube has a friction t and having a closed end, and an inner open ended metallic tube passing through the closed end of said sleeve and positioned within the intermediate tube to form a forwardly extending space leading from the ports of said shoulder to the front open end of the inner tube, and said ported shoulder having its ports providing for both longitudinal and radial travel of the smoke from the space between the outer and intermediate tubes to the space between the intermediate and inner tubes.

2. In a smoke condenser and cooler, an outer metallic tube having a tubular inlet to receive the smoke and a shoulder in proximity to said inlet, an intermediate, metallic tube within and spaced from the wall of the outer tube and having a closed forward end contacting said shoulder, said closed end being provided with ports leading from the inlet of the outer tube to the space surrounding the intermediate tube, a tubular connecting member in frictional engagement with the outer tube and closing the discharge end of the space between the outer and intermediate tubes, an inner, metallic tube carried by said member and spaced from the surrounding wall of the intermediate tube and alsov from its forward closed end, said intermediate tube having ports forming a communication with the space between the outer and intermediate tubes and the space between the intermediate and inner tubes, and a mouth piece detachably connected with said member.

CHARLES GOBEL.

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Cited By (7)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US2606561A (en) * 1946-07-19 1952-08-12 Doerr Grace Smoking pipe
US2654370A (en) * 1949-01-05 1953-10-06 Bowman Ab Smoking pipe
US2729212A (en) * 1951-10-06 1956-01-03 Cutter Lab Drip meter
US3757802A (en) * 1966-02-08 1973-09-11 J Streule Cigarette or cigar filter
US4340071A (en) * 1979-10-22 1982-07-20 Smith Robert L Change-a-bowl pipe
US20030155030A1 (en) * 2002-02-07 2003-08-21 Fuji Bc Engineering Co., Ltd. Piping device and cutting oil coater using the same
US20180035709A1 (en) * 2016-08-02 2018-02-08 Santiago Lara, JR. Pipe

Cited By (9)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2606561A (en) * 1946-07-19 1952-08-12 Doerr Grace Smoking pipe
US2654370A (en) * 1949-01-05 1953-10-06 Bowman Ab Smoking pipe
US2729212A (en) * 1951-10-06 1956-01-03 Cutter Lab Drip meter
US3757802A (en) * 1966-02-08 1973-09-11 J Streule Cigarette or cigar filter
US4340071A (en) * 1979-10-22 1982-07-20 Smith Robert L Change-a-bowl pipe
US20030155030A1 (en) * 2002-02-07 2003-08-21 Fuji Bc Engineering Co., Ltd. Piping device and cutting oil coater using the same
US6886600B2 (en) * 2002-02-07 2005-05-03 Fuji Bc Engineering Co., Ltd. Piping device and cutting oil coater using the same
US20180035709A1 (en) * 2016-08-02 2018-02-08 Santiago Lara, JR. Pipe
US10588342B2 (en) * 2016-08-02 2020-03-17 Santiago Lara, JR. Pipe

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