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Publication numberUS1183129 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMay 16, 1916
Filing dateApr 7, 1910
Priority dateApr 7, 1910
Publication numberUS 1183129 A, US 1183129A, US-A-1183129, US1183129 A, US1183129A
InventorsHoward Small
Original AssigneeJames H Bell
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Portable pneumatic pumping apparatus.
US 1183129 A
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H. SMALL.

PORTABLE PNEUMATIC PUMPING APPARATUS.

APPLICATION FILED APH. 1910.

.Patented Muy 16, 1916.

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mad/ 4/ H\ SMALL.

PORTABLE PNPuMAnc PuMPmG APPARATUS.

APPLICATION FILED APR. 7| IQIO. l,l83,l 2'9". Paented May16, 1916.

` 2 SHEETS-SHEET 2-Y EA A f Witnesses W 5/ Invemorf 1ML-m lo e, e :l rowm' Small? HOWARD SMLL, OF ATLANTIC CITY, NEW' JERSEY, ASSGNOR TO JAMES H. BELL, F PHLADELPHIA, ENNSYLVANIA.

PORTABLE PNEUMATIC PUMPNG APPARATUS.

Application filed April i', 1910.

To ZZ l107mm 'it may Concern A lle it known that I, Howie SMALL, a citizen of the vUnited States, residingV at Atlantic itv. in the count)v of Atlantieaud State ol New Jersey, have invented Icertain new and useful improvements in Portable .llneuuiatie Pumping' AXpparatus. oi? which the following a specification.

My invention relates to improvements in a portable pneumatic pumping apIiara-us for el ailing earpets. draperies and the like.

The object oi luv invention is to construct a pneumatic pmnping apparatus in whieh the housingr or easingrs form a varuum chamber and a pnlsalion chamber and having a rihrating' member separatirn; said chambers, with means for operating said vibrating member togeiher with ysuitable valve mechanian. The said pulsaliou ehamber being made relati.el.v large to form a clearance space in addition to the 4space arually required for Jdie movements of the pumi'iing member.

A further object or' my invention to arranejethe said. chambers and the operating means in alinement with said vibrating member.

still vlurtl'ier objet-t of my invention is to provide double connecting rods between the .'ihratinfbr member and the operatingl means; and a still further object ol my inveniion is to Connect the said vibrating inember with the eonneeting rods so aste .limit the oscillating movement ot said vibrating member.

These together with various oher novel 'features of lconstruction and arrangements oli the parts eonstitute .my invention.

Referring' to the accompanying drawin fs, in which like relerenees refer to lilie paris: Figure l a vertical central section oi my improved pneumatii.` pumpingY apparatus; Fie: Q is a vertical sertion ou line 2-2 Fig. l lfio. 3 is a lxorizm'ital section on line 2%23 Fig. 2: and. Fig. l is a partial vertioal seelion of the sei-een, drawn on a larger scale. In the drawings .l represents the base whieh is eireular in form. having' a side wall 2 and a hottom portion Z5. Upon the top suriaee oi' the side vall :2 of the hase is a ring .7.. having: an upwardl) turned i'lange '6. which supports the hood S andL the sereeu l0. whirh are secured together at the top b v the holt l2, having a handle 13 by which Specification of Letters Patent.

.the up ardly lurned flange 6, oft the ring Paften'ted May itil, ili.

serial No'. 553,935.

the hood and the screen may be lifted oil" the base l.

The hood S has a, bottom section 1% which is adapted to encircle the base l and said hood also has a tlange 15 secured to the inner surface olf the same, which flange rests upon the rubber ring i6, which in turn rests upon secured to the base l. Thus making an air tight j uint between the hood S andthe hase.

"l" he said rubber ring lo is secured to and carried by the lower edge of the sereen 1G. The said ring 5, secured to the base l, has formed thereon arms 17, which extend upwardly and toward the Center of he ringl and terminate in the. base-plate 18, on which is/seeured the electric motor Q0, positioned in vertical alinement with the base i and the hood S, above described. Between the said ring and the side wall 2 of the base is clamped a liexible diaphragm 22, preferably iliade of leather. Said diaphragm has a eireulai' opening formed in the center thereof and the inner edge of said diaphragm 'is secured to the circular metal Coll-.ir 2, which latter and the diaphragm are referred to as a vibrating member. A clamping ring 24C secured to said collar 23, by screws or other suitable, means, securely holds the inner edge of said diaphragm to said Collar.

The follar has oppositely positioned supports 25 and 2G in which is mounted a shaft S27, rigidly secure-d in said supports by set-serews Q8 and i to the ends o1" he shaft 2T, by pins 32 and 83, and the opposite ends oi? said connecting rods embrace the eeeentrics 35 and secured upon each end of the shaft or ture'BT ol' the motor 20. `lli/hen the shaft 3? of the motor is rotated, 'the collar will vibrate rapidly. The two connecting rods will hold one axis of the collar pa allel with the. motor shaft 3T and the oscillating movement of the opposite axis of the collar will be limited by the eonneetion between the eoiiar and the connecting rods 30 and 3l, which prevents the-flexible diaphragm L2 from rereiving an unusual strain or from being worn in certain portions, due to the tiliiiin;- ot the follar rlhe eollar Q3 and the bottoni 3 of the base l are provided. in bhe Center thereof, with valves 4G and il respectively. Said Suid casing p1' valves are similar in construction: llnch sation chamber and prevents the nir from Valve 4Q and 4i comprises e iexible metal entering sei/cl chumhe ut this point, The

fiisl: 5, a, spring tending to normally liolil the edoes ci: Said disk against the peeling ring #NQ The spring il?) ccrriei by pin which passes through :in :ipertu re in the center of the voire dish The :n.11 ACQ; il by, vf '15 -1 i do pin c As u( 3 a .igicy eeiuiec crosslfar i9.

lire hood S is proi'iflefl with en inlet pipe shown in Figs. 2 and 21, The sziiii inlet pipe is .connected tungentielly' with the lionel so that the inrushinn uir marrying (lust und (lirt will not Strike directly upon the screen. lint will loe flic-tributari nrounil the space formed between the hood und the outer surface of the screen, in which space the duet and dirir collected und the nir is drawn through the screen into the vacuum chnncer. The inlet pipe is zulup'tefl to have :i flexible tube nttucheil thereto through which air muy vbe drawn.

The screen l0, shown diagrammaticnlly in Figsd und Z and fletail on a. lurwer scale in l, is ninflc oi un. open etnucture or cage 5l., covered with fuir-ric 52,

which will perini; the nir to new through 'the sume sind collect the this', which is eli' n through the inlet une 50, into the.

space forme-:l between the nomi il und the outside riace oi the screen it?. 'llio hood cnil the scr-Leen may he readily lifted oil the bese and the hood separated from the @einen`r by nic/nue of the holt l2, for the purpose of cleaning the screen. The interior of the is open at the hott-oni so that it muy The lower edge screen provided with n metal lining to strengthen the saine. Said metal has en out "lly projecting iiung'e 51C to which the rubber ring i6 securely held hy the clamping r fr l) #l e screws Q4? er any other Suiten n' The imse has secured to it under c casing 5,3 which n con chamber c5.

pipe 'The bese iff; l 58 incl also with the lhe tion casteil linnu'leei un l 60, method o f operation of .my invenn a5 follows'. rated by ivi th The motor is of n source of electric current, the vibrating member or collar having the two conv necting; rods attached thereto, is iccipnf;- catecl rapidly hy motor, canning the valve 40 upon Suid coller to operate and flrniv the nir from the vacuum chamber 52, into wliic nilinittcili through, the inlet pipe l' ined in the hooil. unil force the ir into the pulse 'on chuniher 34-, he valve 0 closes wh the coll-ni' 23 moves ton'nrcl the pulsation chmul. zinc lopens when. the collar mores: in th reverse lirec tion. The pulslition cheminer Gel is provided with c 'faire li arbic is so arranged il' Tillman the tc- 'e out et' the pulair is forced from the pulsution chamber through the Vlare 41 into the compression chamber 65, from which it may he forced` through the exhuusst pipe 56 and utilized for blowing purposes or any purpose which requires air under pressure. The air may he allowed to freely escapcfthrougli the eX- huust pipe 56 when it it is: notl desired to have it perforn'i any other function.

it will lie noted that in the pres nt method or' operation, mj: invention will pump air from n lower to a higher pressure, or in other words from vacuum, or n pressure inflow ntniosplieric pressure, to :i pressure zatini'ispheric pressure. The flexible connection or diaphragm between the vibrating collar and the. hose permits the motor to operate the collar very rapidly, avoiding friction and weer of the movable parts. By mounting the motor in :ilinement with the' vibrating coller :incl diaphragm, two connecting reds/,may he usedr which connecting; rods nre arranged ut each end of the motor so tliut the :strain upon thc :irmature oi the motor will lic equnlizetl und :illon' the motor to run freely, :it very high speecl and the power exerted' through the connecting rods evenly distributer upon the. said vibrating! nieinhcr, By connecting the ccllur 23 with the connecting rods as herein flescrihel the lateral or tilting movement of the collar is liinite l The pulsating chuinhcr (34 is made relatively large and of greater capacity than 'the amount of the displacement of the Yilzirating collar and the dinph ogni, for the purpose of forming :i clearance chamber, which will permit the :iir in scid chamber Gli to expand unil con trict sutiiciently to prevent the Stallingr of the motor when the nir inlet or exhaust pince muy he temporarily closedu lily new cnil novel construction involves nier-hurl oi" piuu'cing from Yucuuni to irc; it '7. foires u method ni pump Y inouniini c. vacuum and limiting amount et vacuum by the amount oi' splice in the pulsntion chamber; it also involves :i method, of unloading the motive power it u predetermined loafl hy the amount of space the pulsation chemher; it also inrolvee n method of pumping from vacuum to prescrire hy creating higher and lo ver pressures in c given space and limiting); the lower pressure by the amount or' splice enel utilizing the higher pressure to nifl .in returning' the pumping member.

Having thus clescrihe my invention I claim and desire to secure by Letters Peb ent: fr

l, ln a. pneumatic pumping apparatusc the nu und ne' combination of un inclcsnre refining e.'

chamber connected thereto, a vibrating member suitably supported at its outer edges, a motor mounted upon a suitable support, a shaft in said motor, connecting rods operatively mounted upon each end ot' said shaft, means for connecting each or' said connecting rods to said vibrating member at opposite points to hold one axis of said vibrating member parallel with said shaft and means for limiting the oscillation of the opposite axis of said vibrating member from a horizontal position, Valve mechanism controlled by said pulsation chamber and said motor, vibrating member, pulsation chamber and valve mechanism being in vertical alinement. t

2. In a pneumatic pumping apparatus, the combination of an inclosure forming a vacuum chamber with a restricted inlet, a pulsation chamber having said vacuum chamber connected thereto, a vibrating member suitably supported at its outer edges, a motor mounted upon a suitable support Within Said vacuum chamber, a shaft in said motor, connecting rods operatively mounted upon each end of said shaft, means `for connecting each of said connecting rods to said .*ibratiiig member at opposite points to hold one aXis oi." said Vibrating member parallel with said shaft and means for limiting the oscillation of the opposite axis of said vibrating member from a horizontal position, valve mechanism controlled by said pulsation chamber and said motor, vibrating member, pulsation chamber'and Valve mechanism being in vertical alinement.

3. In a' pneumatic pumping apparatus, the combination of an inclosure forming a vacuum chamber. with a restricted inlet, a

pulsation chamber Vhaving said vacuumr chamber connected thereto, a compression chamber, a mbrating member suitably supported at its outer edges, a motor mounted upon suitable support, a shaft in said motor, connecting rods operatively mounted upon each end of said shaft, means for connecting e: :h of said connecting rods to said vibrating member at opposite points to hold one axis of said vibrating' member parallel with said shaft and means for limiting the oscillation of the opposite axis of said vibrating member Vfrom a horizontal position, Valve mechanism controlled by said pulsation chamber and said motor, 'vibrating member, pulsation chamber and valve mechanism being in vertical alinement.

is. ln a pneumatic pumping apparatus, the combination of an inolosure forming a vacuum chamber with a restricted inlet, a pulsation ,Y chamber having said vacuum chamber connected thereto, a compression chamber, a vibrating member suitably supported at its outer edges, a motor mounted upon a suitable support within said Vacuum chamber, a shaft in said motor, connecting rods ope 'atively mounted. upon each end ot' said shaft, means tor connecting each of said connectingrods to said vibrating member at opposite'points to hold one axis ot' said vibrating member parallel with said shaft and means for limitingthe oscillation of the opposite of said vibrating member from a horizontal position, valve mechanisin controlled by said pulsation chamber l and said iiiot )i',vibi'ati11g member, pulsation chamber and valve mechanism being in rertical alinernent.

ln testimony whereof l atlix my signature in presence of two witnesses.

HOWARD SMLL.

lVitnesses Ain-'rima C. Pmq'ron, M. R. Crimini-wn.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification417/413.1, 417/234, 417/480
Cooperative ClassificationF04B43/04