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US2246717A US261692A US26169239A US2246717A US 2246717 A US2246717 A US 2246717A US 261692 A US261692 A US 261692A US 26169239 A US26169239 A US 26169239A US 2246717 A US2246717 A US 2246717A
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June 24, 1941. A. E. BRANDON 2,246,717
SANITARY SMOKING PIPE AND STRUCTURE 7 Filed March 14, 1939 215. F 7. 12. Wim
Patented June 24, 1941 STATES PATENT OFFICE SANITARY SMOKING PIPE AND STRUCTURE Alfred E. Brandon, New York, Y.
Application March 14, 1939, Serial No. 261,692
16 Claims.
This invention relates to smoking pipes in general.
I-Ieretoi'ore pipes being constructed with one channel or passage for drawing the smoke from the bowl to the mouth of user, alsoin other pipes wherein two channels or passages are prosmoke is being independently supplied in one channel or passage, and saliva, juice and particles of tobacco by gravity entering the other or second channel or passage. Thus, the fragrance of the tobacco as well as the efiiciency ofthe pipe will not be minimized. 1
Another object of this invention is to facilitate means with said two channels arrangement whereby the air force drawn through the smoke channel or passage is reduced before striking the mouth of user of the pipes and, thereby eliminate or reduce the usual biting of the tobacco smoke upon the tongue of user.
Another object of this invention is to make a new and novel filter and absorbent element adapted to engage said channels or passages and provided with wall portions forming means em-' bodied in this invention whereby nicotine, saliva and particles of tobacco are being eliminated in the travel path of the smoke sothat said smoke is greatly purified before reaching the mouth of user of pipe.
Another object of this invention is to make, in conjunction with said channels and said filter and absorbent element, a chamber at the junction of the bowl and the stem of the pipe which is conveniently and easily accessible for cleaning, and prepare the pipe for use.
Another and still essential object of this invention is to make, in conjunction with said channels, said filter and absorbent element and said chamber, new andnovel means which will facilitate cross ventilation for the area at the lower inner juncture of the bowl and the stem of pipes, thereby retaining dry condition of said area sufficiently to prevent the usual saturation of tobacco juice, saliva and also the mixing of tobacco dust therewith usually found thereat,
all of which prevents proper'draft through the struct pipes with an inclined joint at the intersection of the bowl and the stem and with said joint make means embodied in this invention which: let, Wlll facilitate cooling around the outlet portion of the bowl and thereby reduce the temperature of the heated air while it is being drawn through the smoke channel; 2nd, will afford easy and cheap construction of said two, channels and also said chamber; 3rd, will eliminate waste usually encountered with bowls having a portion of the stem of the pipe; 4th, afford efficient cleaning of the inside of pipes; 5th, eliminate destruction frequently encountered with the present joint between the portion of stem on the bowl and extension of the stem,
called mouth piece.
A, further object of this invention is to make, in conjunction with said joint, locking means of simple construction which, expansion and contraction thereat, will not damage by long use so as to produce loose connection between bowl and stem of pipes, as is experienced With threaded joint connections or other joint connections havmg metal part or parts such as pivot, hinges or the like. 7
A further object of this invention is to make new and novel latch means whereby bowl and stem of pipes are secured positively firm and rigid together and yet afford little effort in detaching the said bowl from its stem when the pipe requires cleaning.
Covers to prevent damage, which may be caused by sparks or burning tobacco from lighted pipes, do not meet the appeal of present day pipe smokers: one obvious reason for that is that these covers, although mounted in various man- 11ers, are always together with the bowl of pipes. Such an arrangement is objectionable, in that covers retard filling bowls inserted in pouches, and when filling bowls with tobacco is done by pouring, waste in the tobacco occurs especially during windy moments. And it is therefore a still further object of this invention to make means embodied in this invention which affords the covers to be positioned away from the bowl sufiiciently for inserting of the bowl unobstructively in a pouch for filling.
A further object of this invention is to make a pipe of the character described which is adaptable to any size and design, is economical and practical in use, and capable to give satisfaction in respect to sanitation and health.
Some of the objects of the invention having been stated, other objects and advantages, such as one stem can be made to fit or serve many bowls of difierent designs, will appear as the description proceeds when taken in connection with the accompanying drawing, in which- Fig. 1 is a side elevational view of a pipe constructed according to the invention.
Fig. 2 is a plan view of Fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is a longitudinal and vertical sectional view of Fig. 1.
Fig. 4 is an elevational and sectional view taken on the line 44 in Fig. 1.
Fig. 5 is a horizontal sectional view taken on the lin 5-5 in Fig. 3.
Fig. 6 is a side elevational view of the bowl of the pipe shown in Fig. 1, when it is detached from the stem.
Fig. 7 is another elevational view of the same bowl of Fig. 6.
Fig. 8 is a fragmentary elevational and sectional view of the stem of the pipe shown in Fig. 1, and showing the position the cover or lid assumes when the stem is being detached and,
the filter and absorbentelement is removed.
Fig. 9 is an elevational view of the end of the stem of the pipe with the filter and absorbent element in position therein.
Fig. 10 is the same as Fig. 9, but the filter and absorbent element is removed therefrom.
Fig. 11 is an enlarged fragmentary sectional View substantially on the line IIII of Fig. 8.
Fig. 12 is an enlarged front elevational viewof the filter and absorbent element embodied in this invention.
Fig. 13 is a plan view of Fig. 12, and Fig. 14 a sectional view substantially on line l4|4 in Fig. 13.
Referring to one form of my invention illustrated in Figs. 1 to 14, inclusive, the pipe comprises the bowl member I, the stem member 2 which may be provided with a suitable tip porenter from the bottom of the bowl member and.
flow continuously around the bowl at 8 (see Figs. 5 and 6) to reduce substantially the heat, generated in the tobacco chamber la of the bowl member.
To attach the bowl member to the stem memher, the upper end of locking element 6 enters locking element 1 fromthe bottom of the stem member and the bowl member slidably is being arcuately moved upward to a predetermined position on the stem member, as is clearly illustrated. And, to prevent accidental downward sliding on the bowl member, in this instance, I prefer to form a slot 9 on the bowl member, adapted to engage a suitable latch Ill, which is pivotally mounted at l I upon the stem member 2.
This latch in is constructed so as to yieldingly wedge upward the bowl member, and at Illa tends to tighten the upper portion of joint 5 and the lower portion 5a also between the bowl member and stem member, and thereby complete a connection which produces stability and rigidity longitudinally and transversely in respect to the device.
In the bowl member is disposed a plurality of smoke apertures l2 preferably in vertical alignment, and a cavity 13 of suitable size. This cavity l3 serves as an extension of a chamber M, formed in the end of stem member 2, which is to house a filter and absorbent element l5, referred to hereinafter.
From this chamber l4 extend two channels l6 and IT in vertical alignment, and they intersect, preferably, each other at 18 which is adjacent the tip portion 3. The channel I6 extends further to said tip portion to serve as the smoke supply channel; and channel ll, being of larger size, adapted to serve as a draining channel traps at l8 saliva coming from the tip portion 3 and also tobacco juice introduced in channel Hi from th burning tobacco in the chamber la.
From the drawing, it is evident that the lower half of the filter and absorbent element I5 is for purpose of absorbing, and the other or upper half adapted for filtering the smoke before entering the channel I6. This element I5 is constructed so that its lower half closes the open mouth of channel I! in a manner to prevent leakage of air therethrough from chamber :4, and also from channel I! to channel l6 when the pipe is being used. And suction usually energized through the smoke channel I6 will not disrupt sediment in the drain channel ll of which diameter is of larger size than that of the smoke channel l6. Thus, the opening l8 connecting the smoke channel 15 and drain channel I! will produce interference with the heated flow of air in the smoke channel substantially to reduce its force before reaching the mouth of the smoker.
This lower half is provided with an extension l9 loosely engaging channel IT. This extension I9 is provided with a reduced portion Illa substantially fork shaped and which is of suitable length and reinforced with wire l5w. Obviously the branches of the fork facilitate an increased area of which surfaces quick absorption is attained and, the spaces therebetween form also open spaces upon which particles introduced in said drain channel, may be more readily adhered. This extension 19 is further provided with a cup or cavity l9b, referred to hereinafter. The upper half of element I 5 is provided with a suitable screen portion 26 integral therewith and disposed in alignment with smoke channel 16, and it is preferably substantially larger than the said channel, and also its inlet which is increased as at Ilia (see Fig. 5). And it is further evident that element I5 is constructed at its front with raised borders l5a, adapted to contact with the face of locking element 6 and serving a dual purpose: 1st, as a cushion for the bowl member in addition to sealing the joint thereat; and 2nd, is of suitable area and depth to form a vertical duct 21 .wherein the smoke gathers before entering the longitudinal channel l6, and thereby facilitates gradual purification of the smoke on the screen instead of straight or unbroken from the apertures l2, although said apertures l2 and said smoke channel It are in direct alignment. The absorbent element l may be mounted upon a suitable wire frame w, extended from.the lower portion toward the upper portions of the absorbent element, if so desired. distinctly understood that all matters pertaining to said absorbent element 15, described inthe specification and illustrated in the drawing, shall be considered as matters for another patent application, and which I intend to file. in the usual manner, prescribed.
22 is an aperture disposed transversely in the stem 2 with branches 23 and 24 extending downward from adjacent each of its open ends to connect in a manner so as to form, preferably, one open end or mouth 25, which is above and near the said cup or cavity, I919. Obviously, outer air will circulate continuously through the apertures 22, 23 and 24 and thus producing cross ventilation for the absorbent element i5 sufiiciently to prevent soakage of the lower inner It should be 5 area of the pipe with tobacco juice and saliva and thereby eliminate positively the bad or unpleasant odor common with pipes heretofore constructed. c
It is of course understood that I can provide an extension rearwardly of saidscreen to project in said smoke channel for absorbing tobacco juice which may beintroduce'd in said smoke channel in addition to filtering the smoke. And also, that instead of one open end at 25 a separate opening for the branches 23 and 24 can be made for airing the absorbent and filter element into the aperture 22.
It is obvious that when the pipe is used the screen 20 will assure a clean, and unobstructed smoke channel It; and the opening or inlet formed at It will intercept a portion of the heated air stream, existing in the smoke channel, sufficiently to cause to reduce its force before it strikes the mouth of user; and thereby reduces or eliminates biting on the tongue, without minimizing the quantity of the smoke, or producing hard drawing on the pipe.
The lid or cover 4 is of the ordinary type used on bowls. However it is provided with a left and a right brace or support 26 and 21 embodied in this invention but which I intend to make a matter for a separate patent application, and they are of suitable length and design.
These braces or supports are pivotally mounted at their free end on a suitable point upon the stem member 2 so that, the lid or cover member 4 can swingingly be thrown to a position shown in Fig. 8; whereby the bowl member becomes free of any of the many obstructions heretofore existing on bowls, especially so when suchbowls are filled from open tobacco pouches. Said pivoted ends may also be disposed at the open ends of said aperture 22 as shown in Fig. 11; but, wherein screws or nails would suffice in said first instance, stub axles 28 having a bore for ventilating said aperture 22 are provided. It is of course understood that I can provide a pivot for connecting the lid or cover member 4 to said braces or supports 26; but prefer said members 4, 26 and 21 to be one piece, which when normal tends to brace or support the bowl member.
It will be noted that the form shown and described is constructed with locking means so disposed whereby, when assembling and detaching the device, movement arcuately is preferred, and more specially, that saidmovement shall be substantially on the vertical axis of the device. However, it should be understood, that I can make said construction to facilitate assembling and detaching the device on movement substantially on a horizontal axis, and said movement may not necessarily be arcuately in respect to said horizontal axis of the device.
It is believed, that the foregoing conveys a clear understanding of the objects prefaced above. I
It will thus be seen that there is herein. described an article in which the several features of this invention are embodied, and which article in its actions attains the various objects of the invention and is well suited to meet the requirements of practical use.
It is obvious that the invention may be embodied in many forms and construction within the scope of the claims and I wish it to be un derstood that the form set forth in the drawing and specification is but the preferred one of many forms. Various modifications and changes being possible, I do not otherwise limit myself in any way with respect thereto.
And I claim as new:
l. The combination in a smoking pipe structure of a body having a bowl member, a stem member having one end detachably secured to the side wall of said bowl member, and means for arcuately mounting said bowl member upon said stem member, said means including a lateral projection on said bowl member,'recesses on said end of said stem member adapted for engaging said projection, and' grooves adjacent said projection cooperating with grooves on said .end uniting to form interior air ducts circulating outer air between abutting portions of said bowl and stem members, the interiors of said bowl and stem members being connected by a smoke channel disposed between said air ducts.
2. In a sanitary smoking pipe, the combination, of a bowl member and, a stem member having one end attached to the face of said bowl member, cooperative locking means between said end of said stem member and face portion of said bowl member to hold said bowl member and said stem member together, a chamber adjoining said locking means, a smoke channel connecting the interior of said bowl member and mouth end of said stem member being in alignment with said chamber, and a drain channel below said smoke channel extending from said chamber and terminating at said smoke channel adjacent the said mouth end of the stem member, an air passage disposed transversely in said stem member being between the said smoke channel and said drain channel, other air passages extending to said chamber to constitute a continuation of said first air passage and integrally united with said drain channel, and means defining ducts disposed and arranged upon the jointed area between the bowl member and stem member capable to convey outer air therebetween.
3. The combination in a smoking pipe, of a bowl provided with a pair of spaced longitudinal recessed portions on the contour of said bowl to form a lateral projection curved longitudinally in respect to the bowl, and a stem having one end abutting the outer surface of said bowl provided with a chamber to house said lateral projection, and a slot through the edge portion of said chamber placed so that said projection may slidably be inserted in said chamber, cooperative means between the lateral surface of. said projection and fore portion of said end of said stem whereby said bowl is supported and also detachably mounted against said end, a clamping element mountable upon said stem, a recess adjacent said clamping element placed transversely upon said bowl, cooperative means between one end of said clamping element and said latter recess capable to secure said bowl against misarrangement with said end when said bowl is aligned normally with said stem.
4. The combination in a smoking pipe, of a body comprising a separable bowl member having a tobacco compartment, a projection laterally of said bowl member following the contour of the exterior surface of said bowl member substantially parallel therewith, a cavity in the face of said projection, a stem member having a smoke supply channel normally in horizontal alignment with said cavity capable to communicate with said tobacco compartment by a smoke passage connecting said cavity and said tobacco compartment, and means mountable upon said projection, in cooperation with associating means carried upon one end of said stem member placed so that said bowl member may be detachably secured against said end of said stem member, and other means mountable upon said stem member and said bowl member in engagement with each other adapted to .clamp said bowl member against said end of said stem member to complete a .connection capable to prevent accidental movement of said stem member and said bowl member in respect to each other.
5. In a sanitary smoking pipe, the combination, of a bowl member provided with a lateral projection arcuately extending upon a portion of the contour of the bowl member, a stem memher having one of its ends formed so as to fit against the wall of said bowl member, said end portion of said stem member carrying shoulder portions arranged to constitute a continuation of contour of said bowl member, a chamber in the face of said end, said chamber having a pair of spaced projections upon its fore edges normally following said shoulder portions, and recesses placed upon said lateral projection cooperative with said spaced projections so that said lateral projection may slidably enter said chamber to cause said bowl member to be positioned against said end of said stem member, a fork shaped channel in said stem member placed so as to form one inlet adjacent the mouth end of said stem member whereby tobacco juice and saliva from one longitudinal branch of said fork shaped channel may be deposited in the other longitudinal branch thereof.
6. A pipe as claimed in claim wherein said bowl member is formed to provide a plurality of spaced smoke apertures extended divergent in respect to each other so as to produce at one end of said lateral projection a. duct or receptacle wherein the smoke gathers before the said smoke entering the smoke passage of the structure.
'7. A pipe as claimed in claim 5 wherein said lateral projection and said shoulder portions are formed to provide means defining air ducts to encompass the smoke channel connecting said bowl member and said stem member and comprising grooves placed upon a portion of side of said bowl member, and more grooves disposed in the said face portion of said end of said stem member normally algining with said first grooves whereby to constitute channels capable to convey outer air from the exterior of the device through the jointed portions between said bowl and stem members. 1
8. The combination in a smoking pipe structure of a bowl member, a detachable stem member, one end slidably engaging the contour of said bowl member, mounting means between the members including, a slot in said end of said stem member to produce a pair of opposed interior walls, the edge portions of said interior walls formed to produce a projection extended around the fore edge portions of said slot, a lateral extension mounted on said bowl member, said lateral extension disposed relatively parallel with the contour of said bowl member adapted to engage said slot, said lateral extension further formed to provide a recess extended around the side portions thereof to engage said projection on the edge portion of said slot, and another projection integral with said lateral extension to engage the adjacent end of said slot whereby to close said slot at the side of the structure between said bowl member and said end of said stem member.
9. The combination in a smoking pipe structure of a bowl member, a detachable stem mem ber having one end normally slidably mounted against the side of said bowl member, means for mounting said bowl member upon said stem member comprising a slot crosswise in said end to form a pair of spaced walls, a lateral projection on said bowl member adapted to engage said slot provided with recesses running relatively parallel with the contour of said bowl member and adjacent the juncture of said bow member and said lateral projection, and means mounted upon the fore edge portion of said spaced walls to form projections arranged so that upon said lateral extension entering said slot said last named projections will engage said recesses to hold said bowl member against said end of said stem member, means forming a slot on the side of said bowl member, and a latch element pivoted upon said stem member adapted to engage said latter slot capable to prevent movement of said bowl member when said bowl member is in proper relation with said stern member.
10. The combination in a smoking pipe structure of a bowl member provided with a lateral projection extended longitudinally from the closed end relatively parallel with the contour of said bowl member, a stem member with one end normally fitting against the contour of said bowl member provided with a slot crosswise adapted to form a pair of spaced parallel walls to encompass said lateral projection, cooperative means between said lateral projection of the bowl member and said walls of said slot whereby said bowl member may arcuately move into normal position with said stem member from the side of said stem member, a smoke channel through said stem member, a plurality of smoke apertures communicating with one end of said smoke channel and the interior of said bowl member and being in vertical alignment extending from the interior of said bowl member toward said smoke channel.
11. The combination in a smoking pipe, of a bowl member and a stem member, and a detachable connection between said bowl and stem members placed at the intersection of the side of said bowl member and the face portion of the end of said stem member adjoining, said connection including lateral extensions arranged on said face portion of said stem member to constitute a continuation of contour of said bowl member and provided with means upon the fore edge portions to form a pair of opposite projections relatively parallel, and recesses made upon the abutting portion of said bowl member whereby a projection is formed adapted to engage said face portion of the stem member and capable to hold together said stem and bowl members, other means mounted upon said stem member capable to rotatably come in engagement with cooperative means placed upon said bowl member so that said bowl member may be drawn tightly against said stem member substantially to prevent misarrangement in respect to each other.
12. The combination in a sanitary smoking pipe, of a removable bowl member provided with a curved projection longitudinally thereof, a stem member having one end adapted to engage the outer surface of said bowl member provided with a slot capable toengage said curved projection to position said bowl member normally against said end of said stem member, means defining locks detachably securing said bowl and stem members and being at the edge portion of said curved projection and face portion of said end, a latch element mounted uponsaid stem member, means cooperative with one end of said latch element mounted on said bowl member whereby alignment between said bowl and stem members may be maintained, a smoke supply channel in said stem member communicating with said bowl member, another or drain channel therebelow having one end communicating with said smoke channel adjacent the mouth end of said stem member to form an inlet for said drain channel, the other end being at the other end of said stem member, a chamber engageable by an abson-bent uniting said channels and communicating with said smoke supply channel, and outer air supplying means integrally united with said drain channel adjacent said chamber extended laterally toward the exterior of the device.
13. In a sanitary smoking pipe and structure, a body comprising a detachable bowl member provided with means laterally mounted thereon, a stem member having one end provided with means forming shoulder portions capable to en-' gage the exterior surfaces of said bowl member and forming, also, a slot engageable by said lateral means of said bowl member whereby a joint is produced at the intersection of the upper side of said stem member and adjacent side of said bowl member extending downward forwardly to a point on the lower or closed end of said bowl member, and a smoke channel in said stem member communicating with said bowl member provided With a cavity between said shoulder portions engageable by an absorbent.
14. A pipe comprising a bowl member and a stem member detachably connected thereto, one of said members having arcuate projections and recesses adapted to slidably engage complementary recesses and projections formed on the other member, said projections and recesses being arranged to form a pair of concentrically curved locking means, symmetrically disposed on opposite sides of and parallel to the plane which includes the axes of the bowl and stem members.
15. A smoking pipe comprising a detachable bowl member provided with a curved projection, a stem member having one end for engagement with the exterior surface of said bowl member provided with extensions to form shoulder portions adapted to engage therebetween said curved projection of said bowl member, cooperative means between the sides of said curved projection and said shoulder portions whereby said bowl member may arcuately move crosswise upon said end ofsaid stem member to connect with saidstem member in fixed relation.
16. The combination in a smoking pipe structure of a bowl member and a stem member detachably connected thereto, said bowl member being formed to provide a groove exteriorly thereof, said groove placed adjacent the juncture between the members, clamping means on the stem member for engagement with said groove, said clamping means including a lever element, pivot means placed intermediate both ends of said lever element secured upon said stem member, one end adapted to engage said groove when the other end is moved to position the lever element to normal whereby stability may be increased between said bowl and stem members when normal position between the members is reached.
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