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US782631A
US782631A US21619604A US1904216196A US782631A US 782631 A US782631 A US 782631A US 21619604 A US21619604 A US 21619604A US 1904216196 A US1904216196 A US 1904216196A US 782631 A US782631 A US 782631A
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PATENTED FEB. 14, 1905.
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- APPLICATION FILED JULY 12, 1904.
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INVENTOR Samuel Taran A T TOR/VHS e3 WITNESSES No. 782,631. .PATENTED FEB. 14, 1905.
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HOT AIR RANGE OR STOVE.
APYLIOATION FILED JULY 12, 1904.
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WITNESSES I I lIll/ENTUB 66 Wig Sana 'el Taralzffy @Q/CM BY Arron/Ids I UNITED STATES Patented February 14, 1905.
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HOT-AIR RANGE 0R STOVE.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 782,631, dated February 14, 1905.
Application filed July 12, 1904. Serial N0= 216,196.
To all whom it may concern.-
Be it known that I, SAMUEL TURANSKY, a citizen of the United States, residing at Brooklyn, inthe county of Kings and State of New York, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Hot-Air Ranges or Stoves,of which the following is a specification, such as will enable those skilled in the art to which it appertains tomake and use the same.
This invention relates to cooking ranges or stoves; and the object thereof is to provide an improved device of this class whereby an ordinary' cooking range or stove may be made to serve as a hot-air'heater, the construction and arrangement being such that the room or apartment in which the range or stove is located may be supplied at all times with pure hot air, which may also be used for heating other rooms or apartments, if desired.
The invention is fully disclosed in the following specification, of which the accompanying drawings form a part,-in which the separate parts of my improvement are designated by suitable reference characters in each of the views, and in which Figure 1 is a front side View of a cookingrange made according to my invention; Fig. 2, a plan view thereof with the top or cover removed; Fig. 3, a longitudinal vertical section of the range; Fig. 4, a horizontal section on the line 4 L of Fig. 3; Fig. 5, a horizontal section on the line 5 5 of Fig. 3; Fig. 6, a sectional back view, the back plate only being removed; Fig. 7, an end-view of the left-hand end of the range; Fig. 8, a sectional end view of the left-hand end of the range, the end plate only being removed; and Fig. 9, a view similar to Fig. 8 of the right-hand end of the range.
1n the practice of my invention I provide a range a which is oblong and rectangular in form and provided with an oven a a fire-box a at the left-hand end of the oven and beneath which is an ash-pit a, and the fire-box a is provided with a door a and the ash-pit a with a door a. The end of the range in which the fire-box a -is located is provided with a vertically-arranged and transverse airchamber 1), the inner wall Z2 of which is provided with a plurality of baflie-plates Z2 which are arranged vertically and extend across said chamber and are designed to obstruct the passage of air therethrough. range opposite that in which the fire-box is located, or the right-hand end of the range, is provided with a vertically-arranged and transverse airchamber c, the inner wall 0 of which is provided with a plurality of vertically-arranged baflie-plates 0 also designed to obstruct the passage of air through said chain ber. The range .is also provided at the back thereof with a vertically-arranged air-chamber d, the inner wall d of which is provided with a plurality of vertically-arranged baffleplates cl also designed to interrupt or retard the passage of air through the chamber (Z, and the chambers b and c are in full communication with the chamber d, at the opposite ends thereof, this communication extending from.
the top to the bottom of the range, as clearly,
shown in Fig. 4, and the tops of the chambers b, c, and d are closed by walls 5, 0*, and d, which extend downwardly and inwardly to the plane of the top of the fire-box and oven. The range is also provided with a base (0 forming an air-chamber e, which is placed in communication with the air-chamber Z) at the left hand end of the range, as shown at e in Fig. 3, and at the left-hand end of the base a is a removable air-register e for admitting air to the chamber 0, and at the right-hand end of said chamber is an opening 6*, provided with a removable cap or cover 6 and which is intended to serve as a connection for an airsupply pipe by means of which air may be supplied to the chamber 6, or, if desired, from outside ofthe room in which the range is placed, and the air-chamber e, at the left-hand end thereof, is also provided with a transverse partition-plate e, which extends inwardly a predetermined distance and which is located over the air-register device 6 Beneath the oven a or between the bottom thereof and the bottom wall or floor g of the range, which also serves as the top wall of the air-chamber e, is an air-chamber g and at the left-hand end of the oven or between the hotair chamber 0 and the oven is a vertically-arranged chamber which is in full communicationwith the chamber g and the chambers The end of the g and g constitute a part of the flue-passages through which the hot gases of combustion from the fire-box a pass, and the chamber g is divided centrally by a vertically-arranged partition-plate g*, which also extends forwardly partially through the chamber g beneath the oven (0 Over the oven a or between the top wall thereof and the top it of the range is an open space or chamber k which extends the full length of the range and the end walls of which are formed by the inclined walls 6 and c, which form the tops of the chambers b and 0 and the back wall of which is formed by the inclined wall d, which forms the top of the,
chamber (Z, and the chamber k communicates with the fire-box a and with the chambers g and g and said chamber 7L2 also constitutes a part of the flue-space and is divided by a cliagonally-arranged wall z', which extends from the back of the range at 2 as shown in Fig. 2, to about the middle of that part of the chamber 7L over the oven, as shown at 2?, from which point it extends to the right and joins the partition-wall g, as shown at 2' and that part of the wall which extends from i to a" is provided with an openingj, having a hinged damper or door i provided with an operating-rod f which passes forwardly through the front wall of the range above theoven (1,
Extending backwardly and upwardly from the rear top portion of the oven a is the inclined top wall d of the air-chamber d, which separates the flue space or chamber if from the hot-air chamber (Z, and the vertically-arranged partition g divides the flue space or chamber g into two separate flue spaces or chambers f and f and also divides the flue space or chamber 9 into two separate flue spaces or chambers f and f.
At the left-hand side of the fire-box a or between the fire-box and the left-hand end of the range is placed a water-back 70, having a supply-pipe k and a discharge-pipe and the operation of which will be similar to other apparatus of this class, and at the right-hand end of the range and communicating with the air-chamber c is a pipe m which may be carried "to any apartment which is desired to be heated.
The front wall of the chamber 0, or the front wall of the range which forms the front wall of said chamber, is provided with an air-register n of any desired form or construction, and the oven (5 is provided with the usual front door 0.
Arranged centrally of the back of the range and at the back of the oven is the usual discharge flue or pipe p, and the form of the partition-wall a, over the oven (0 and back thereof, as shown at 2' in Fig. 2, and the back wall of the range, at the top thereof, as shown at p in Fig. 2, is such as to form a chamber 19 which communicates with the vertically-arrangedflue space or chamber f, formed by dialso provided with an opening 0 closed by I a removable plate 0, and this plate may be removed for the purpose of cleaning the oven, if desired; but said opening and plate form no part of this invention and may or may not be employed.
The operation will be readily understood from the foregoing description when taken in connection with the accompanying drawings and the following statement thereof.- The articles to be cooked are placed in the oven in the usual manner, and the hot gases of combustion from the fire-box a pass over the oven, through that part of the chamber or fluespace 7& in front of the partition-wall 2', and out through the part f 2 of the flue space or chamber g forwardly through the part f of the flue space or chamber g around the front end of the partition-plate g, back through the part f of the flue space or chamber 9 and up through the part f of the flue space or chamber g and rearwardly to the escape flue or pipe 1). In this operation the oven, as will be understood, is quickly and thoroughly heated; but if it is desired to heat only the top portion of the oven or cook the contents thereof slowly the damper or door 7' is opened and the heated gases or products of combustion pass to the right over the front portion of the oven and backwardly through the door to the escape flue or pipe 19. In any opera tion of the range in the process of cooking or baking the air enters the chamber e through the register 6 or through the pipe connection 6 and passes upwardly into the chamber Z5 and backwardly into the chamber d, from which it passes into the chamber 0 at the right-hand end of the range, and the passage of air through the chambers Z), d, and 0 is retarded by the baflle-plates 7) (Z and c and said air is thoroughly heated, and this air may be discharged into the room in which the range is situated through the register 71, or it may be carried to any other room through the pipe or conduit m, and in this way the room in which the range is located or any other room may be supplied with hot air, and said air may be obtained from the room itself or through a pipe connected with the base of the range at e. The opening 6* at the right-hand end of the chamber e may be permanently closed if it is desired to attachan air-supply pipe thereto, and this form of construction is shown in Fig. 5; but whenever it is desired to attach an airsupply pipe to said opening 6* the same may be done by removing the cap 0 By means of my improvement I provide a range or similar cooking apparatus which is perfectly adapted for all ordinary functions of such apparatus and which may also be made to serve not only for the ordinary purposes of cooking, but also for the purpose of heating various apartments in the building in which the range is located and for supplying pure hot air thereto.
Having fully described my invention, what I claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is r 1. A range provided'with an oven, a fire-box at one end thereof,-an ash-pit beneath the said fire-box, hot-air chambers at each end of the range and at the backthereof all of which are in communication with one another and one of which is adjacent to and on the outer side of the fire-box, an air-register communicating with one of said chambers, flue-chambers inclosing the oven at the top and bottom and at the end opposite the fire-box, said fluechambers being all in communication and the flue-chamber at the end opposite the fire-box being provided with a central vertical partition which extends toward the fire-box partly through the flue-chamber at the bottom of the oven, the flue-chamber at the top of the oven being also provided with a partition which ranges from the back corner of the oven adjacent to the fire-box diagonally thereof to the middle portion of the top thereof and then parallel with the front of the oven to the top of the partition which divides the flue-chamber at the end of the oven opposite the firebox, that part of the partition in the fluechamber at the top of the oven which is par- .allel with the front of the oven being provided with an opening closed by a damper havin an o eratin -rod which asses for-.
wardly through the front of the oven, said range being also provided in the base thereof with an air-chamber which is in communication with the air-chamber in the fire-box end of the range, and means for'admitting air to said air-chamber in the base of the range, substantially as shown and described.
2. A range provided with an oven, a fire-box at one end thereof, an ash-pit beneath the said fire-box, hot-air chambers at each end of the range and at the back thereof all of which are in communication with one another and one of which is adjacent to and on the outer side of the fire-box, an air-register communicating with one of said chambers, flue-chambers inclosing the oven at the top and bottom and at the end opposite the fire-box, said fluechambers being all in communication and the flue-chamber at the end opposite the fire-box being provided with a central vertical partition which extends toward the fire-box partly through the flue-cham ber at the bottom of the oven, the flue-chamber at the top of the oven being also provided with a partition which ranges from the back corner of the oven adjacent to the fire-box diagonally thereof to the middle portion of the top thereof and then parallel with the front of the oven to the top of the partition which divides the flue-chamber at the end of the oven opposite the firebox, that part of the partition in the fluechamber at the top ofthe oven which is parallel with the front of the oven being pro vided with an opening closed bya damper having an operating-rod which passes forwardly through the front of the oven, said range being also provided in the base thereof with an air-chamber which is in communication with the air-chamber in the fire-box end of the range, and means for admitting air to said airchamber in the base of the range, the airchambers at the fire-box end of the range the back of the range and the end of the range opposite the fire-box being also provided with vertically-arranged bafiie-plates, substantially as shown and described.
3. A range provided with an oven, a fire-box at one end thereof, an ash-pit beneath the said fire-box, hot-air chambers at each end of the range and at the back thereof all of which are incommunication with one anotherand' one of which is adjacent to and on the outer side of the lire-box, an air-register communicating with one of said chambers, flue-chambers inclosing the oven at the top and bottom and at the end opposite the fire-box, said fluechambers being all in communication and the flue-chamber at the end opposite the fire-box being provided with a central vertical partition which extends toward the fire-box partly through the flue-chamber at the bottom of the oven, the flue-chamber at the top of the oven being also provided with a partition which ranges from the back corner of the oven adjacent t0 the fire-box diagonally thereof to the middle portion of the top thereof and then parallel with the front of the oven to the top of the partition which divides the flue-chamber at the end of the oven opposite the firebox, that part of the partition in the fluechamber at the top of the oven which is parallel with the front of the oven being provided with an opening closed by a damper having an operating-rod which passes forwardly through the front of the oven, said range being also provided in the base thereof with an air-chamber which is in communication with the air-chamber in the fire=box end of the range, and means for admitting air to said air-chamber in the base of the range, and said range being also provided with a waterback between the fire-box and the air-chamber adjacent thereto, substantially as shown and described.
In testimonythat I claim the foregoing as my invention 1 have signed my name, in pres ence of the subscribing witnesses, this 2d day of July, 1904. V
SAMUEL TURANSKY. Witnesses:
G. J. KLEIN, E. A. STEWART.
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