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' PERRY FE NLAS ON, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.

Letters Patent No. 64,853, dated May 21, 1867.

PORTABLE ROOFING-BOILER AND FURNAGE.

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Be it known that I, PERRY FENLASON, of. Cincinnati, Hamilton county, and State of Ohio, have invented a new and useful improvement in Portable Roofing-Boiler and Furnaces, of which the following is a full and-clear description thereof, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, making part of this specification.

My invention relates'to the construction of a double boiler, having furnaces and faucets attached thereto, in connection with a dray or other vehicle of such a form as shall facilitate the transportation of said boiler, which contains the roofing material or composition, and obviate the necessity of handling the boiler and ingredients used in the operation of roofing.

Figure 1 is a longitudinal section through my improved boiler and drayi Figure 2 is a plan of the same.

Figure 3 represents a horizontal section of the boiler removed from dray.

A is a dray, having a. square or oblong opening in the floor. The opening is smaller than the boiler B,

which is located over it, and is placed at one side of the dray, so as to leave sufiicicnt space, 6, between the' boiler B and the guards a, raised above the edges of the dray on all sides except the boiler side, which is left open to the front and rear for the convenience of the operators. The boiler Bis made of iron or other suitable material, and in shape is square'or oblong, in either the vertical or horizontal section. The'bottom of the boiler is, occupied with grate-bars d. The roof of the shallow furnace C is composed of strong plates of metal, forming the bottom of the boilers, A partition, e, divides the boiler into two compartments, D D. The front ends of these compartments are covered with an open box f; provided for the storage of fuel or implements used in the operation ofroofing The rear ends of the compartments are covered with hinged-lids, one to each. These lids g are provided with handles g. Faucets h project from the rear of each compartment, for the purpose of drawing oh the contents thereof. Furnace doors is are symmetrically placed with reference to each compartment in front of openings to the furnaces C. An opening in the front plate of the furnace permits the escape .of smoke and gases into the smoke pipe Z.

When it is desirable to heat a large amount of tar or other roofing material the lidsg are elevated, and both compartments filled, when lids arerevolved down, and the fires startcd under each compartment. When the ments at once the floor boards of the dra'y in front of the faucets may be removed, and a barrel or other lar e vessel placed beneath them.

My improved boiler and furnace will occupy its place 'upon the dray or vehicle, not only in the passage from point to point, but during the heating of the roofing material, whereby the labor of one assistant may be dispensed with, since the handling of the boiler and the materials and implements connected with the roofing business is rendered unnecessary; and further, the greater convenience in transporting the materials recommends my invention as a labor-saving machine.

What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is-

The boiler 33, in combination with the spring dray A, or its equivalent, constructed substantially as above described-and for the purpose set forth.

- PERRY FENLASON.

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Gn'nnmes L. Frsnen, FRANK VANDERBILT.

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US20050178301A1 (en) * 2000-08-18 2005-08-18 Smith John B. Mobile furnace and method of facilitating removal of material from workpieces
US6932003B2 (en) 2000-08-18 2005-08-23 John Bruce Smith Mobile furnace and method of facilitating removal of material from workpieces
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