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Publication numberUS1471260 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateOct 16, 1923
Filing dateJan 12, 1920
Priority dateJan 12, 1920
Publication numberUS 1471260 A, US 1471260A, US-A-1471260, US1471260 A, US1471260A
InventorsHartman Harry Buxton
Original AssigneeElectric Water Sterilizer And
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Mixer for ozone water-purifying apparatus
US 1471260 A
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Oct. 16 1923.

H. B. HARTMAN MIXER FOR OZONE WATER PURIFYING APPARATUS Filed Jan. 12. 1920 annu/fof- /qir ramas ca. is, i923.


n, rnimsnvriivra, assrsnoii To' ELECTRIC WArnas'rnRIL-iznn AND OZONE coMPANY, orlsco'rrnnnng PENNSYLVANLLA CORPORATION' PENNSYLVANIA.

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aiipiicatiqn fiia4 January 12,1920. sei-iai Noi 350,318.

v.To allwhom #may concern: .Y 'y y Be it known that I, HARRY B. HARTMAN,

a citizen of the United States, `residing at Scottdale, in the county of Westmoreland vandState .of Pennsylvania-,have invented certain new andVV useful Improvements inl y kfor use in` connection' with-water purication apparatus for bringing ozone into intimate contact'with Vthe raw water. v

Accordingly, as a vprimary object, the present invention contemplates a device which will thoroughlyniix thev oxidizing agent ozone with water in such a manner that the thorough treatment of the latter iii a practical and effective manner'is assured. That is to say, the invention proposesto provide a device wherein the ozone, which is heavier than air,'maybe distributed over a maximum surface area and poc-keted or trapped insuch a manner, that the water passing through the devicek will be agitated orbroken up while' inthe presence of and surrounded by the ozone.

A further object of the invention is to provide a mixer Ywhich may be readily taken apart and assembled, and by reason of its unitconstruction may beset upV in any .desired size to meet'the capacity of the various machines with which itmaybe used. in this connection, it is'proposed to provide a mixing; device which has a lwideiraiige of application from a preferred use' with relajtivelyV small household machines to a use with larger machines for other purposes. The v`construction, however is especially adaptable to what is known as a household machine, wherein economy of space is necessary, without sacrilicing thefacilities forinsuring the proper miXingof the raw water and ozone. y Y With the above and other objects in view which Vwill more readily appear as the nature ofthe invention is better understood, .the sameconsists in the n'ovelconstruction, combination Y and arrangement of p parts hereinafter more fully described, illustrated and claimed. Y Y A preferred and practical embodiment of the invention is shown in the accompanying drawings, in which y improvedffinixing device, the general line of the line 2 2. of Figure gl.

'liigure 3 theline 3-3 ot'Figure '1.

Figure 2 is a horizontal cross-section on' Similar reference numerals designate cor responding parts.. throughout the severall ligures of the drawings.

the provisioiiof a miXin-g devicercoiisisting of a plurality of krelatively' interchangeable batiie units which 'are preferably assembled in pairs 'when in use to obtainmiximum ct- Figure lisa vertical sectionalview ofthe sectionbeing-indicated at.l.-l on Figure 2.1

.is a horizontalcrcss section onA A distinctivefeaturefof the invention is iciency. That is to say, tliepresent mixing 1 device generally comprises in its oiganiza-y tion av body' portion'consisting ot a pliirality'y of individual baille units A and l) .preferably of'porcelain or similar material.

and stacked one upon the otherV iny such a manner as to provide a sinuous or tortuous passage therethroughifor the water.l andfozone. `Wlien the several units are assembled as shown in Figure l they provide yin effectia tubular'mixing casing whose interior oii'ers amaximum degreeof resistance to iuid passage,the'unitA bein(r the initial or receiving unit and' they unit*` unit. And, when the desired number of units are assembled, the inletand outlet ends of the "casing inlaykbefclosed by an inlet cap, and an outlet vcap D respectively, eachY being the discharge" having suitable threadednipple portions for Y connecting with the piping-of the apparatus.

To facilitate the holding'ofthe baile units in position', the said end caps U and `D-may be provided with suitableears E for `receiving the tie bolts F, asshownin Figure l.

As previously indicated Vtheindividual baflieunits A and VB Varep`re'feiably Vmade oier porcelain or like materiall which will not become oxidized bythe ozone, and as the end caps `G and D are preferably of. metal such as kbrass, desirabl'eto provide the saine withl a1i`interior non-oxidizinglining L as shown. Thus,.the mixing device `is thor# oughly protected against the corrosive action ofthe'o'zone whilea't the saine timefthe protection afforded in thisrespectv also mainn tains the standard of purity of the water by reason of preventing the formation of for- .eign chemical .substancesyvhichmight other- Wise .result .if the` ozone could lact onviany oi? theV partsof the mixer. Y l

. Referring Vto the baffle unit A Whichis preferably supe'rposed.'ontheunitlB it may vbe observedfthat the same is Vof.substantially disk-like formation With Va -conical bottom Wall 1 which constit-iitesa-fwater shed 2 lead# ing from'the apex B ofY the cone' to the-valley i or gutter i at the loiver fe, O'e thereof.Y :For

the purpose of checking the progress of the nivatei pand also pocketing` Lthe 'i ozonez the Water Vshed 2 is preferably Vprovidedwitha plurality "of -..sp.aced :fiipstanding i :tins or .battles .5 xand 6 `Wliich mayibe ,arranged in Y lthe unit Agand is particularly .designed to @ess ofspreading 7,outand.rconcentiatiu ivi'ded yWitligan .interior truste-conical weby its exit itlirough the'rgitouped .liolesy 7 Vpro- L'videdin the .looriofthe 4`.valley kinto the riinitl 'B beneath. Y f 1 Y J The uiiitB isineii'ect ,a 4.complement .of

Ylbring the ivatergand ozone rom'tlie iiin V toward the axis of vthe devicejso as to yin-- sure the concentration of ltheluids which were Apreviously spread out or separatedin -the unitiabove :to thereby ycause-fintimate pair of units vto the: nextl wherein `the proc- :again repeated. Accordinglyfby reference Lto Figures l, andjZ ,ofthe drawings. it'. `vbev observed rvthat ythe-fbratileV unit .B

or bottom iiioiti-on,8,y `whichv inclines down'- -,ivardly from the periphery yof the krim :to-y `Wardj the 'centen Where it. is provided with arelativelylarge exit openingiQ. r'iliejiip-v per ;inclined:surfacegot qtglie .-,iveb Si 1 isprei- Aerably tormed Iivith Va plurality of up standing projections or ffins 1 0' and ll simile r to `tlietins and'GaDd-iv ,lircoiistitute Dhaines "for obstructing the progress.oixthe uids forgtlie f-purpose previously indicated. In connection with fthe baiiles l0, fit .may be `jobservedthat-fthe; same aregarrafnged inV such fa :manner that. .valleys :or pockets l2 are formed beneath the i grouped Vdischarge openings 7 Aot the iiiiitifA, andthe said baille projections f1@ .as .Wellasthe bales 1l Vare arranged in spaced' concentric circular rows,

. Vthe balescfpiie.rowibeing staggered-With reference to :those of :the yother,.thereby Aproviding maximum lresistance Vtoiiid yprogresa which. is' the Eend desired to .insurethorough i is Ya ssiu'ed; While .ata the. sameft iceV `frusto conical interior Wallpro relation.

that the distinctive `Jieatureof the present ,Ifinventioiiouis theprolvision of a plurality of baiile units vWhich may be arranged in novel relationto insiiregtlie thorough mixing oi' Waterl and ozone, and by reason of the 'formation ofv the individual'ibaiiieunitstheir .multiplication `inlpairs 'orfsetskiiiayfbe cai iied on .to vanyf desired xto-itlierebj,Y adapt :the mixing'. device,;to .giiiaczliines oit :varying capacity. :'Fiiitlierinore,'byvieascn .of .theseparable character of the-structure,

its accessibilityior adjustment iindieiliaiirs iiethe initial assembly and installation is greatly 'iat-ili- Ltat-ed. 'l .In Vthis: =`connectioii,1fit may be .cbserved :that the .outer surface otseach nifiiit may bei provided with anindex: marital/Licor assisting iiithepiioper assemblyxolitlie iin'it so that thev interior zbaiiles

" register and kalign:when the device. isset. up

floi lise.

. lVit-lioutfurtlier description, it vis'tliouglit that the many features andnadvantages ot the' invention Will .be 1eadily apparent :and

it will', 'of course7 beyunderstood: that changes in the `form,,proportionYand;details-oi conistructionmaybe liesortedto livithout depart-V ing romthe spiritotheinvention orvscope *of the appended fclai'ms. f

,mixing astlie same areidischarged,iioinone .let and l,discharge ;caps,` a; pliiralityeof paired baiiieunits clamped ,between .said` caps and .each pair, consistingof sections yhaving ringlike gouter y.Walls .and .one of.said sections having a conica-l 4inner Walljliavingrspaiifed upstanding staggered Aabutments; and :openrilgs i hetiveenthe rbase of .the conical inner Wall and :thelringlilie r(outerfwilli and the otherV of said sections liavingran inverted lingacentrai opening and also having iigstandiiig ingthecaps to hold theunits in*asscinblcd .2.1 A tubulariinixiiig column. conipreinfi yend` caps andy aplurality o'tiiiigelilrebattle sections arranged l,in stacked relation between said capsandghaving reveisely related conical baiiie Walls, one of said Wiillsfbeing perforatednear its base, and tlie other Lbeing Vtruncated to provide an axialfoutlet V I Intestiniony Whereof hereunto aiixvfmy. signature3 inthe presence of afivitnessi

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U.S. Classification261/95, 261/114.1, 261/113, 261/DIG.720
International ClassificationC02F1/78
Cooperative ClassificationY10S261/72, C02F1/78
European ClassificationC02F1/78