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US850731A
US850731A US32820506A US1906328205A US850731A US 850731 A US850731 A US 850731A US 32820506 A US32820506 A US 32820506A US 1906328205 A US1906328205 A US 1906328205A US 850731 A US850731 A US 850731A
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F16ENGINEERING ELEMENTS AND UNITS; GENERAL MEASURES FOR PRODUCING AND MAINTAINING EFFECTIVE FUNCTIONING OF MACHINES OR INSTALLATIONS; THERMAL INSULATION IN GENERAL
    • F16LPIPES; JOINTS OR FITTINGS FOR PIPES; SUPPORTS FOR PIPES, CABLES OR PROTECTIVE TUBING; MEANS FOR THERMAL INSULATION IN GENERAL
    • F16L27/00Adjustable joints, Joints allowing movement
    • F16L27/08Adjustable joints, Joints allowing movement allowing adjustment or movement only about the axis of one pipe
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No. 850.731. l PATENTBD APR. 16, 1907. E. T. GHRISTENSENK@ D. M. TULLOCH.

PIPE GOUPLING.

APPLICATION FILED JULY 28.1906.

eNrrnn srArns .PATnNr OFFICE. ERICK T. CHRISTENSEN AND DAV-ID M. TULLocH,joF NEW YORK, N. Y,

i PIPE-coutume., i

No. 850,731. speciacation of Letters Patent. Patented April 1c, 1907.

l Application filed July 28, 1906. Serial No. 328,205.

` To atl whom it may cancern:

Be it known that we, Enron T. CHRISTEN- snN and DAVID M. TULLOOH, both citizens of the United States, and residents of the city fullyappliedfto such'pipeswhen arranged under the Conditions required.- Such condi- "tions and disadvantages are overcome by the means illustrated in the accompanying draw- 5 of N ew York, borough of Manhattan, in the ings, in which drawings like characters of ref- 6 county-and State of New York, have inventerence indicate like partsf throughout the ed a new and Improved Pipe-Coupling, of I`views, and in whichwhich the following is a full, clear, and exact Figure 1 is a sideffelevation of a pipe-cou escription. lino' embodying our invention app ied tot e 1o Our invention relates to pipe-couplings ends of two adJacent pipe-sections Fig.2is v65 adapted to be used on pipes of lar e diama vertical v'transverse section of a coupling eter, and has for its object to pro'vi e means. l embodyin our invention, showing the secfor repairing and cou lin the broken sectionsjarran'ged at an'angle to eachother; and tionso large pi es w en ocated under wa' Fig. 3 isa verticallcross-section taken on the ter, and especlally when lying on the bed cfa line 3 3 of Fig'. 2. 7 river, and to adapt such coupli' and the As illustrated'in the drawings, the main pipe-sections connected therewit to conortion ofthe coupling consists of two simiform to the contour of the ground on which 'ar .cylindrical sleeves ,,1,'havingffanges 2 the pipes lie. formed on their adjacent ends', extending in a 20 The connecting ends of large pipes lyin on plane inclined' to theffaxial line'fofthe sections 7 5 the bed of a river frequently become bro en 1. The lian es 2 are du licates, and each is from various causes, such as thedragging of provided wit a series o' apertures adapted an anchor froma vessel along the bottom of to receive bolts 2?, having threaded nuts 3 sea river, and when the connecting ends of the cured thereto, by means of'which the .adja- 25 adjacent sections become broken it is necescent ends of Athe sleeve-sections are united 30 sary to cut away a portion of the ends of thermly together.' The apertures formed in pipe-sectins and connect such sections tothe flanges 2 for the bolts 2a are arranged at gather by means of a sleeve adapted to make equal distances from each other, and the a u p in length for the portion of thex pi e-secertures in each liange are arranged in t e 30 tions cut away. This sleeve must e apsame circular line, so that the sections are 85 plied when the pipe-sections are in their adapted"4 to be rotatably adjusted on each places under water, and the coupling should other and adapted thereby to extend any e so constructed and arranged relatively to line between a straight line and a right angle. the bottom of the river as to enable the pipe- By means of such construction the pipe-sec- "55 sections to lie evenly on the grou-nd.; othertions held the couphng are adapted to be 9d wlsey a continuous strain is exerted o'n the arranged so` as to conform to the contour/ofh feint, which`is liable to cause the joint to' the ground upon which they lie.l The outer reak and formaleak in the ipe-line. Conendso the sections 1 areprovided with a siderable difficulty has been ound heretofore' series of lu s 4, .havin transverse apertures 40 1n makin a proper connection under Water .4, adapte to'receive 'olts 5,' which engage" 95 lbetween t esectlons of a pipe-line after-they apert res iuj similar lugsj, formed on sethave become broken, andy many ex diente -rn`1 l7 and 8, 'and/thereby clamp said rings commonly used in pipes of smallA iameter an sleeve-section together .1 Theouter end and connected when not underwater have 1*l of the sleeve-'section 1 is preferabl bev- 4-5 been found* to be im racticableand inappli eled outwardly, and the inner edge of t eset- 1 cableto ipes locate at thebottom of a'mverl rings 7 is also preferably beveled to corre- Some o' such impractical means embody a fspond witlrthe bevel formed on the outer end sleeve having a'. threaded enga ement with of-the sleeve-section, Wherebya ring of methe ends of the ipe-section, ot ers require tallic'packin vis adapted tobe arranged with- SO the use oi heade nuts to couple-,to ether av `in the outer ends. o the 'sleeve-sections andA 105 .f sleeve and pipe-section, andstillgoiers recompressed iirmly'a ainst. the'end'of a ipequire the use of molten solder, which cannot 'section vby means o the set-ringsv 7, ipebe ap lied. when the pipe-sections are .ar-. secti'ns are generally constructed vwitha l l range under water; nor can nuts of the re-v aringliange oi' bell mouth on one end, adapt- Y5:5 quired size adapted to1a1gepipesbepecess ed to'reciyeandengage the opposite or 1 I the adjacent ends ol" such p'pe-sections are placed within the sleeve-sections of a coupling, as indicated in Fig. l. A ring of lead or other inetal may be vinolded around the end of a pipe-section while the section 1s outol water and then eut in two or more parts.

Alter the pipe-sections have been arranged in j place on the river-bed and the sleeve-seetioiis i applied to thernd tliere( 'fand so adjusted relatively to each other as to produce the g required angle to enable the p'i.pe-seetions to lie evenly on the ground the the ring of metal packing are inserted in place within the inner bevel or illaring outer end ol the sleeve-sections and the set-rings 7 are drawn up lirinlv against such packing by incans ol the bolts 5, so as to inake a watertight joint sections.

rihe set-rii'igs 7 and 8 are prelerably provided with set-screws l), adapted vto be tightened against the ends of the pi pe-sections, so as to prevent the ends ol" sneh sections l'roin being pulled out ol" the couplingsleeve. ,il desired, the-set-rings may be formed in. tivo sections S, as shown in Fig. 2,

and bolted together and provided with lugs l0, by ineansol which and bolts ll passing through suoli lugs, the sections el the setring may be clainpcd ilirnilv together. "While We prefer gether b v ineans ol ilanges 2, such construc- Lion may be in oi li'lied without departing from our invention Thus a series ol lugs similar to the lugs l on the outer ends oi" the slecvesection may be arranged in an inclined pl ancand connected together by construction would not give the vlirin hearing and tight connection ail'ordi-:d hv thell anges 2, iori'ned on the inner ends ol" the pipe-seetions.

The construction herein shown and de-y scribed enables the parts'to 1ne readily conneeted together while lying on the bed ol' the river, lor the reason that the j adjustable parts are comparatively small and easily handled by one person, although the pipesections Vtheinselvcs may' he ol large dinicnsions. whereas no appliance Could be used by.

a person on th(` bed ol a river which would enafiile a threaded-nut connection to be apl.lied to the end ol a pipe-section or connectingsleeve. i

between thc sleevc'and the pipe lo connect the sleiive-sections l tobolts, but such l l l i i i l l l sections lorining i l l i l i i l l l l l l l l l i l Having thus deseribedour invention, what ters Patent, is`

1. A pipe-coupling comprising similar eylindrieal sleeves having llaring outer ends, and provided on their adjacent` inner ends with ilangeseXt-ending in a plane inclined to the axial line of said sleeves, each flange being provided with a series of apertures evenly disposed lroin each other, and adapted to register with the apertures ol the adjacent flange, bolts engaging said apertures and clamping said y'lai'iges together, set-rings holted to the outer ends oli said sleeves independently ol" each other, and provided with an inner diameter extending flush with the inner diameter .of the respective sleeves, substantially as shown 'and deseriliei'l.

2. A pipe-coupling comprising similar cvlindrical sleeves having'lilaring outer ends, and provided on their adjacent inner cnds with flanges extending in a plane inclined to the axial line of said sleeves, cach llangc being provided with a series olE apertures evenlv disposed troni each other and adapted to .register with the ajiertures ol the adjacent llange, holtsengaging said apertures and elamping said llangcs together, rings bolted to the outer ends ol' said sleeves independently ol eachother and having their inner Wall extending llnshwith the inner wall of said sleeves, and constructed in sections adapted to be adjusted laterally relatively to each other, i'i'ieans l'or elainping the sections of said. rings together7 and lor securing said ring lto the end ol the inljacent. sleeve, substantially as shown and described.

3. A jupe-coupling coinprising siniilar cylindricalreves having llaring outer ends, and provided on their adjacent inner ends with flanges'extending in a plano inclined to the axial line ol said sleeves, each 'ilangc being provided with a series ol apertures evenly disposed iroui each other and adapted to register with the apertures oi" thc adjacent llange, bolts engaging said. apertures and clamping said llanges together, set-rings provided with a beveled. inner end adapted to telescope with the llaring end ol the adjacent sleeve, and with their walls exlendii'ig llush with the inner walls ol' their adjacent sleeves,

substantiallyl as shown and described.

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US20060169934A1 (en) * 2005-01-28 2006-08-03 Twin Bay Medical, Inc. Conduit clamp
US7434779B2 (en) 2005-01-28 2008-10-14 Twin Bay Medical, Inc. Conduit clamp
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