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Publication numberUS1102505 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJul 7, 1914
Filing dateJan 6, 1913
Priority dateJan 6, 1913
Publication numberUS 1102505 A, US 1102505A, US-A-1102505, US1102505 A, US1102505A
InventorsMatthew Henderson
Original AssigneeJames Morrison Brass Mfg Company Ltd
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Water-jet lifter.
US 1102505 A
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M. HENDBRSN.

WATER JET LIFTER.

APPLICATION FILED Jur. 6, 1913.

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To all r'wiom it may concern:

Be ity known that i, j w. Herinneooisgfofthe city of Toronto, yinthe county of Province oi ntario, Genade., haveinyented certain new yand useful proveniente in Water-det hitters,

the following is Vthe specii'icataon. f

.merietiineis and the object 'of the mm gio.

tionisftopdevise a device of this classwhich willhave 'a'niaximuin lifting power and the parts of' which may be readily separated apart for the purpose of cleaning or repair and it consists essentially of s, niain tubular body having an inlet at its upper end, an outlet at its lower end, and a peripheral suction inlet in proximity to the .upper end of the body, a nozzle secured and extending in'to the inlet 'end of the casing, a suction tube vertically opposite the nozzle, and secured within th'ecasing intermediately of its length and a vacuum. cup lsecured to the .outer end of the casing in to which the suction tube leads as `herefnuaft er laily explained by the following specican0n.v-- l more. particu- Figure l, is anyelevation. .oiiimy device.. Fig. 2, is ai vertical section tlirough Fig. 1 taken at right angles thereto. Fig. 3, is a plan section .online .za-gl Fig. 1L Fig.; d, is

an enlarged perspective detail ci.. the vaca ln the drawings like letterso reference indicate corresponding parts in each gure. A is the body of the lifter provided with an internallythreaded inlet orioe AV at its upper. end and an' outlet orice ad? at its lower end, andan intermediate reduced in' ternally threaded portion A8 having an inner threadedportion A@ forming a shoul- A is a suction inlet leading in to the body of the lifter in proximity to its upper end.

A? is the suction chber into which. the suction inlet Aaleads.

B is a nozzle 'threaded into 'the internally threaded inlet orifice di" and provided with an internally threaded enlargement shouldering down on the to body around the opening A and designed to be connected to a suitable water conduitg C is a suction tube threaded into the reduced portion As of the lifter body. The suction tube C is provided with en enlarge'u @t which of the lifterv .application nieu einem e; itin. serial no. vedere.

mentC' bearing against the .shoulder .el the lifter body. The suction tube C is in vertical alineinentwith the nozzle B, the, ins

tornai diameter of which is enlargedat' ite# upperend. .1'. 's D sayaouum .clip comprisinganouter lower ende-round whichextends 'sin ular Patented dnily', i

,a "nail-D haring an0ut1et orifice D2 at its zdf .My invention 'relates to iniproyenuente'mi threaded boss D vforconnecting it to a, suit? i' able discharge pipe.

D isthe vacuum cupproper whichis supported Within the outer` ortioii Dilby the connecting spider D5. he u per and of the portion D is provided witA an--an'` nular ange D having a beveled upper 'tace D7 tting against the internally beveled "a A8 formed around the outlet. 'end' of the lifter body A. l V E is a securing nut de around the portion D and y the lower face ofthe shoulder D and to be threaded on to thelowerendof the .lifter body to hold the beveled up V ortion D" againstthe beve 'he body llt wil be noticed that the suction tube C extends partially -into the vacuum cup D4'. ln operation a suitable. pipe is connected with the suction inlet and the free end of such pipe is immersed in water contained in a cellar or other location from which it is desired to lift the Water. Water is then red through the' jet B from a suitable er end of the ed; end A8 of conduit, the jet of. water .passing down through 'the suction tube C in to the cup DQ, such water foaming up and passing over the upper edge of the'cup and down between the cup D4 and the portion D tothe outlet D2, By this means the air is gradually drawn from the suction chamber A'- and the suction inlet A@ into the cup D4 and is then containedin water foam carried over the edge oi the cup to the outlet D2. By this'ineans a' vacuum is waterv contained in and passing 'through the cup Dt., By this means the water-is lifted from the cellar to the suction inlet A. and is carried down through the lifter by the jet of water rfed from the nozzle B.

.l ern aware that there have been other vacuum suction lifting devices but these have been so constructed as to only have a very limited lifting power. With xny deformed in the chambei A7 which is e'ectually sealed by the vice I am enabled to draw water from a location at a considerable distance away from the lifter.

What I claim as my invention is.

l. A water jet lifter comprising a tubular body having an inlet orifice at one end and an outlet orifice at the opposite end, and a suction inlet leading into the side thereof, a water jet nozzle extending through the inlet orifice, a suction tube secured within the body in vertical alinement with the nozzle, and a vacuum cup secured to the casing i1: vertical alinement with the nozzle and suction tube, as and for the purpose specified.

2. A Water jet lifter comprising a tubular body having an inlet orifice at one end, and an outlet orifice at the opposite end, and a peripheral orifice located in proximity to the upper end thereof, a water jet nozzle secured in the inlet orifice of the body, a suction tube located intermediately of the length of the lifter body in alinement with the nozzle, and a vacuum cup connected to the outlet end of the body and comprising antouter cup portion having an outlet oritice at its lower end, and an inner cup por` tion supported in the outer cup portion and spaced apart from the walls thereof and in to which the suction tube extends, as and for the purpose specified.

3. A water jet lifter comprising a tubular body having an inlet orice at its upper end, an outlet orifice at its lower end and an internally threaded reduced intermediate portion, a suction tube threaded in to such intermediate portion, a nozzle secured to the inlet orifice in alinement with the suction tube and a vacuum cup removably secured against the outlet orifice of the body and comprising an outer tubular cup portion having an outlet orice at its lower end, and an inner tubular cup portion supported within the outer cup portion and spaced apartfroni the walls thereof, as and for the piu-pese specified. A

Ll. In a waterjet lifter, a nozzle and a vacuum cup arranged in longitudinal alinement with the nozzle, as and for the purpose specified.

5. In a water jet lifter, a nozzle and a vacuum cup comprising an outer member having an exit at the bottom, and an inner member supported in the outer member and having the walls thereof spaced apart from the walls of the outer member, as and for the purpose specified.l

6. In a water jet lifter, a nozzle, a suction tube, and a vacuum cup arranged in longitudinal alinement, as and for the pur-V pose specified.

MATTHEW HENDERSON.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification417/151, 137/888, 137/114, 417/181
Cooperative ClassificationF04F5/46