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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
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2 Sheets-Sheet 1, V. BURKLIN.
COMBINED LAMP BURNER AND WIGK.' No. 602,391.
PatentedApr'. l2, 1898.
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Patented Apr. l12
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vIoTOR BRKLIN, OE NEW YORK, N. Y., AssIeNOn To JOHN I-IARTJEN, on
' SAME PLACE.
COMBINED LAMP BURNER AND WICK.
SPECIFICATION formingpart of Letters Patent No. 602,391, c iatei April 12, ,1 S98.I
Application niet :rune 3,1597. sainte. 639,251. (No model.)
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, VICTOR BEKLIN, a citizen of the German Empire, residing in the city, county, and State of New York, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in a Combined LampBurner and Wick, of which the following isa specification.
This invention relates to a combined lamp burner and Wick; and the object of the same v is to provide that class of lamps, stoves, and
the like oil-burners which are furnished 'with A entire indestructible or incombustible Wiek- `2 is an enlarged side elevation showing the burner. Fig. 3 is a vertical cross-section on the line 3 3, Fig. 2. transverse section on line 4C 4, Fig. 2. Fig. 5 is a detail vertical section of a partof the invention. Fig. 6 is a side elevation of the wick, and Fig. 7 is a side' elevation showing a tubular wick embodying my invention.
Referring to the drawings, A represents thev lamp-fount or oil-reservoir of an Oil-stove or the like, B the air-distributer, and C the gallery, which are of the usual construction for respectively supplying oil and air to the frame and for supporting the chimney C', andit mayA here be stated that my improvements are adapted to any Well-known form of oil-lamp,
oil-stove, or like burners.
The base D of the burner-supports the fixed burner-tube D', over which is closely fitted, so r as to be movable thereon, the outer or regulator tube D2 of the burner. It will be seen that the inner vtuloe of the burner is fixed, while the outer tube is movable.
hereinafter described, is tightly fitted in the fixed tube D', so that its upper end protrudes above the same, while the outer section yor regulator-tube is adapted to be moved up and down through the medium of rack-bars E, theupper ends of which are xed thereon, and
are fixed on arotary regulator-spindle F, that turns in suitable bearings F', supported on the Fig. l is a horizontal The wick, to be` the lower endsof which extend through openings e, formed in the base CZ of the burner, and are engaged by means of pinionsyiwhich base of the burner. By taking hold ofthe knob F2, arranged on one end of the spindle or shaft F, the latter can be rotated and the pinions thereofcaused to intermesh with the teeth of the racks E, so that the regulatortube D2 can be raised or lowered, as may be desired.
n The outer tube D2 of the burner is the one which moves, so that the wick is carried immovably by the inner fixed tube D2, said outerregulator-tube regulating the flame to the desired degree, depending on'the disvtance to `which it is moved, so as to out off more or less of the flame, and when the regulator-tube is moved to its uppermost limit the flame is entirely extinguished. The object of this is to provide an effective means of extinguishing the ame and to vavoid jarring the Wick in moving it up and down.
To limit the upward movement ofthe outer regulator-tube D2, the lower ends of the racks E are provided with, stops or pins g, which when the rack-bars are moved to their uppermost limits come in'contact with the base D` of the burner.
The Wick consists of the usual wick-body H, of suitable fabric, which acts by capillary action and suction on the oil, so as to feed'v the same upwardly, while the same is tipped by means .of an incombustible tip H', which can be made of any suitable incombustible material, said tip and the upperend 4of the' Wick being tightly coniined and Vinclosed or cemented within an upper connecting sleeve or band h insuch a manner that the upper beveled or tapering portion ofthe tip projects above the sleeve h. The incombustible tip may, for instance, be composed of asbestos and plaster-of-paris, which are mixed and molded into shape before hardening; but I do not limit myself to any specific composition. Interposed between the wick-bodyHand the incombustible tip H' is a felt or equivalent filling-piece h', which enables a more perfect cement connection of the tip and the fabric body of the wick and also permits a more perfectfeed of the oil to the tip as said felt fill- ICO ing-piece becomes thoroughly and uniformly tip more or less above the fixed burner-tube D', this canbe done by moving the Wick Within the said fixed tube, Where it will be held by friction in the position to which it is adjusted. To prevent the Wick being pushed down too far, the inner Wall of the iixed burner-tube D is formed at one end with a teat or projection d, against which the lower edge of the sleeve h abuts.
I claim- A Wick, consisting of a Wick-body, an incombustible tip, a metallic sleeve connecting the body and tip, and a felt filling-piece interposed between the tip and the Wick-body and cemented to the saine and to the metallic sleeve, substantially as set forth.
In testimony that I claim the foregoing as my invention I have signed my name in presence of two subscribing Witnesses.
VICTOR BURKLIN.
Witnesses:
JOHN HARTJEN, GEO. L. WHEELOCK.
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US2433829A (en) * 1944-06-28 1948-01-06 Raymond A Doering Heating stove
US20040099050A1 (en) * 2002-10-18 2004-05-27 Symyx Technologies, Inc. Machine fluid sensor and method

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US2433829A (en) * 1944-06-28 1948-01-06 Raymond A Doering Heating stove
US20040099050A1 (en) * 2002-10-18 2004-05-27 Symyx Technologies, Inc. Machine fluid sensor and method

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