US 1363248 A
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S. A. GRITZNER.
vALyE. APPLICATION FILED APR. 25| 1918.
Patnted Dec. y28, 1920.- W m appl-mim filed' April 25, 1918.
wliieli lli@ following n. Speoilicalion.
".l`liis ,invention relates lio Valves :unl lms 4 foi' its object lo provide zinew and ini- ;nn proved valveR nseil in conn ion with internal eornliuslion engines. .The invention li-s among other olijocls to movido u 'vulve wliiifli Shall vbe resilient und *which mnnno be easily Warped, unil which vwill snugly lil ilS seat and will lift lo keep llie vvailve snail olrun. The invention is illustrated in lie accompanyin;r lvli'ziiniingfs.r nf'lieioiw flignie l :i View ol one Yoirn of valve 2n embodying 'the invention;
Figi', 2 ic; il plein View oi 'lim Valve shown in lig. l;
8 a plain View of lli@ nmin bodyof lili@ valve sepziniteil 'liroin the valve Stein; il@ Fig'. 4el is un onlzilgoil sectional' View ol llie` valve.
Lilie parlo :ne indicated 'ny like nuniei'iild in all lli@ lignies.
Referring now lo lliofliflwings l' have slliowi'i n, valve oonsv'islin a body portion mail@ np oir il Seriesiog lrriniinzitions'. ln the oonstiuotion slionn lling body portion oonrnslis oli :1 Sei-ies ol' inabili plates 2 and 2 'l'eiiibly oli-Seel pliniofl one upon the lie' as Shown. liioli oil elle plains 'is pio l.' dell with l series o opel'zings oi holes 3 spari-od tlieienlyout. [lllieplaines; il me sinmllor in rliiinieleir lian lli@ platos Q is "liown sind me pe/lfeinlily melnngecl so ll'm l oii gileiipli "i: the @of is insifle lie opi-3m.
on@ flee olf 51's il Elms; M n so i n @l it 'lle onl i' olf lli go malle lie, l? o oi peripliei lijm l' e Specification of Letters Patent.
pailieuluily ziflzipteil to bo' Serial No. fy
pieno-is. 'lfliese pieces :we: pifeeinlnly of nlunnnnni. vulve sein 5) palmen llnongli llie Fjevei'nlpiene ns illnslinlelL infl il; is pi-ol'uieil Willi :i slop ll) on wliioli. e illico lil s :il 'ille olliei enil all lli-e, 'nli'i i l or elisl lioiil llio seven pieves zinfl plains in psi loi. lo l'aieilitule ilus; iiveling', l muy o will@ lille enil of llin 'valve stein Willi an oponing l2 n'liieli preferably eXlenils noul'li poil Way llieiezilonngA as for example, en@ i g5 nenn the lop ol' the vulve. lilio inelziil Sniioiiniiling the openiingbeing lient oven lo pi'mlncey lili@ nl in'iping el'leelg. The l'lolnf 3 in the lnlinioon .plates liieifei'zilillJ/lf' i'egistni nml ltlie l in all oly time plale; .may iefgistei il (lefll il illlionnli ellis if4 nol'` neiV tili'y :1S llny iionl'cl eoinnninimte willi illu spaces il; wliell'ieei ieggisleied oi not. llio edge of lLlie 'lill seals upon 'lim sent i3 und is pl, Y
beveled or inclined as Shown. il allem pioiliei to provide hole"1 Ll anni l-lin the, top piece 8 for a Wrench oi' lui'nin ilevice in oleloi filiali,
ille valve may oe azisil"y urneel llo any poilzion ilesiiecl when in plane. vlinoe llio vulve is nnnle of lilies@ Coini'mifilive j lliin nieml pluies it will loe Sonn lilinl, il is iosiliontu that v il, i'eznlily ilcljl'lsls itself 'lo tlin valve Sellin unil that as is: moved blick :pnl liortli inlo oonl'iot anni out of Contact Willi the, Tulln neat il'Y Ylends to keep 'lille 'alive sent clean p ingv carbon from ilopositing thereon.. further be Seen 'llizll as llie i,f'zil'vn is l; y down on 'lo sont lieie ii, leniloin: f to i111 compressi lille plaines; so is to ieilneo lil of @the Spanos l and :is the izileh; lil Espn es lillen 'lliey inln to llleii noi'nnil This pioiliioes il Qnmpiension nxpxin.
the, mii olf gli? in le splines Alv :unl lil il llinl; is n :ion olf lzlie p i ll'ie. valli ille Neclil'ei li l es m H "l wie wiwi the invention to the particular construction shown.
I claim l. A valve comprising a body portion made up of a plllralityof metal plates of different diameters some of said plates provided with holes, and other of said plates smaller in diameter than the first mentioned plates and interposed betiveen them so as to leave annular spaces at the periphery of the valve.
2. A valve comprising al body portion made upof a plurality1 of metal plates of different diameters some of said plates provided vvith holes, and other of said plates smaller in diameter than the first mentioned plates 'and interposed between them so as .to leave annular spaces at the periphery of the valve, the periphery of the plates of smaller diameter falling within the outer edges of.
the holes andthe other plates so that said holes communicate with the adjacent spaces at the periphery of the valve.
3. A valve comprising a body portion made up of a series of metal plates, some of said plates being`l perforated and other of said plates being` imperforate, the imperforate plates smaller in diameter than the perforated plates. and arranged intermediate the perforated plates so as to provide annular spaces at the periphery of the valve and a top and bottom plate between which the other plates are received, said top and bottom plate beingimperfo ate 4c. A valve comprising a body portion made up of a series of metal plates, some of said plates being' perforated and other of said plates being` imperforate, the imperforate plates smaller in diameter than the perforated plates and arranged intermediate the perforated plates so as to provide annular spaces at the periphery of the valve and a top and bottom plate between which the other plates are received, said top .and bottom plate beingv imperforate, the perforations in the perforated plates being near the periphery of the valve and conmmnic'at.- ing with the adjacent spaces and the periphery of the said *alve valve comprisingl a body portion made up of a plnrality'of metal plates of different diameters, some of said plates being. smaller in diameter than the adjacent plates so as to leave annular spaces at the periphery of the valve.
In testimony whereof, l aix my signature i in the presence of two witnesses this .19th
day of April, 1918.
' SILAS A. GRITZNER. Witnesses MINNIE M. LINDENAU, CHRISTINA BEANS.