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11 C. wHARToN. Condens-er.

No. 58,0119. 12316111811 sept. 11, 1866,

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UNITED STATES PATENT QEEICE- J. C. W'HARTON, OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.

IMPROVED CONDENSER.

Spe'cilication forming part of Letters Patent No. 58,009, dated September 1l, 1866.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, J. C. WHARTON, ot' Nashville,in the county ofDavidson and State ot' Tennessee, have invented a new and useful Improvement in Condensers; and I do hereby declare that the following is a full, clear, and exact description thereof, which will enable others skilled in the art to make and use the same, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, formin g a part ot' this specieation, in which- Figure l is a vertical section ot' my improved condenser, taken through the line x x, Fig. 2. Fig. 2 is a top or plan view ofthe same.

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My invention has for its object to furnish a condenser by means of which the products of distillation may be condensed quickly and thoroughly; and it consists of a number or series of hollow disks constructed and connected with 'each other, as hereinafter more fully described.

A is the tub or tank in which the condenser is placed, and through which a stream ot' cold water is made to iiow continuously by any convenient known means. B are the supports which sustain the condenser. They are attached to the lowest disk of the series, and rest upon the bottom of the tank, as shown.

C are braces or supports which are attached to the edges of adjacent disks, as shown in Fig. l, to support them and keep them in their proper relative positions.

D are the disks, which are made hollowthat is to say, they are each lmade of sheets o1" metal of the desired size and form, secured to each other at their edges. The distance of these sheets or plates apart should be from oneeighth of an inch to an inch, according to the size and capacity of the condenser.

The lower disk, d', should be set inclined, as shown, and should have an outlet, E, at its lowest point. The second disks, d, should ineline in the opposite direction from the disk d', and a connection should be formed between the highest point of disk d and the lowest point of disk d2. This connection may be made by bringing the said disks into contact at these points, and forming an opening from one to the other, or a short pipe may be interposed. The third disk, d3, should incline in the opposite direction from disk d2- that is, it should be parallel with disk dand the same connection should be made between disks rl and d3 as between disks d and d2. To the highest point of the upper disk of the series should be attached an inlet-pipe, F, through which the steam or Vapor to be condensed may be introduced from the still.

The size of the disks and the number in the series will depend upon the requirements ot' each case-thatis, upon the amount of work to be done. It is better, however, though not essential, to form Athe series of an odd number of disks. as by this arrangement the outlet and inlet pipes are brought on opposite sides of the tank A, and thus do not interfere with eachother.

.In this condenser the vapor is exposed to the action of the cold water in thin sheets, thus exposing a greater amount ot' surface to the cold water, and exposing it in a smaller body than is possible to be done when a worin is used, by which means the operation of condensation is very much more rapid.

I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent- An improved condenser formed of a series of hollow disks, D, constructed and connected with each other substantially as herein tlc-- scribed, and for the purpose set forth.

J. C. WHARION.

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W. B. YWHTLLACE, WM. H. WHAnToN, Jr.

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