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J,. MATTHEWS, Deod.

' E, G. & F. MATTHEWS, executors.

, SODA WATER APPARATUS. A

No. 289,777. v Pa tented Dec. 4, 1888.

INVENTOR A? ATTORNEYS;

N. PETERS. Fhdln-Uibographu. Wlsh'l lon. D. C- v UNITED STATES PATENT OF ICE.

JOHN MATTHEW'S, OF NEWV YORK, N. Y.; ELIZABETH MATTHEYVS, GEORGE MATTHEWS, AND FREDERICK MATTHEWVS, EXECUTOBS OE SAID JOHN MATTHEWVS, (DECEASED,) ALL OF SAME PLACE.

SODA-WATER APPARATUS.

SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 289,777, dated December 4, 1883. Application filed January 20, 1883. (N model.)

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, JOHN MArrHEws, of New York city, county and State of New York, have invented an Improved Soda-\Vater Apparatus, of which the following is a specification.

The drawing represents a perspective view of my improved soda-water apparatus.

The object of this invention is to so arrange IO the generators, purifiers, and receivers of sodawater apparatus that either one or more generators can be used separately or together in the making and diffusing of the gas and delivering the same into a suitable number of I 5 cylinders or receiversin other words,so that continuous action may be had, either one of two generators being at all times in communication with the receiver or receivers to be charged.

The invention consists in the new arrange ment of connecting-pipes with reference to the generators, purifiers, and receivers, as hereinafter more fully described, whereby either one of two generators can be utilized at any one time or both together, and either one out out of connection when desired.

As heretofore made, the pipes connecting with the generators of such apparatus were mostly made of lead, and would bend or sag in an unsightly manner, often interfering further with the working of the apparatus, and producing a stoppage and rendering accidents possible, to avoid which supports for such pipes were placed on the ceilings or other con- 3 5 venient position wherewith to maintain them in place. By my invention the connecting pipe is made self-supporting.

In the accompanying drawings,which illustrate two generators in connection with three receivers, the letters A B represent the generators, each of which supports avitriol-ehamher, 0 D.

E F are the receivers or cylinders, each carrying a gas washer or purifier, G G G From the generatorA rises a pipe, H, which extends over the gas-washers G G G and then joins the generator B. In this pipe H are two cocks-one, a, near its junction with the generator A, and the other, 1), near its junction with the generator B. By a tubular bracket,

(Z, the pipe H, between these cocks a b, is

and also in the fountains or receivers D E F, and '60 generating the gas in the generator, this gas is conducted by opening the valve a through the pipe H and bracket d into the gas-washer G, that stands on the fountain D. The gas passes from this gas-washer on fountain D through a pipe, f, into gas-washer G on fountain E, and thence through connecting-pipe 9 into the gas-washer G on fountain F, and thence through the perpendicular pipe h into the pipe 2', that leads into all the fountains D E F. At the same time the valve 1) is closed. In the same way, when the generator B is to be used, the valve 1) is opened and the valve a closed. Suitable gages on the pipe H show the pressure in the generators, these gages being also, by preference, connected through pipes c with the vitriol-ehamber G, which pipes are known as the equalizingpipes. It will be seen that by this arrangement I am enabled to operate continuously. When one generator is emptied, the other one is in operation. Meanwhile a full one is put in place of the empty one and put into action when the one last in use becomes emptied, and so on, and for special causes, if desired, both generators may be simultaneously thrown into action.

I claim- 1. The combination of two generators, A B, with a connecting pipe, II, 1 having the 0 two valves a'b, andgas-washers G G and fountains D E, &c., for operation substantially as herein shown and described.

2. The pipe or leader H, combined with generators at each end, valves (0 b near each end, single tubular bracket (1, the gas-Washers G G, and receivers D E, substantially as D E, equalizing-pipes e e, and vitriol-chamber O O, substantially as and for the purpose specified.

J OHN MATTI-IEXVS.

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JOHN HINDs, GEORGE MA'rrHEWs.

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