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Publication numberUS1791814 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateFeb 10, 1931
Filing dateMay 15, 1928
Priority dateMay 15, 1928
Publication numberUS 1791814 A, US 1791814A, US-A-1791814, US1791814 A, US1791814A
InventorsHillery George A
Original AssigneeHillery George A
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Cooling apparatus
US 1791814 A
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Feb. 10, 1931.

G. A HILL ERY COOLING APPARATUS Filed May 15, 1928 3 Sheets-Sheet l HIKE-(LIBE- Feb. 10, 1931. G. A. HILLERY 1,791,814

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COOLING APPARATUS Filed May 15, 1928 s Sheets-Sheet s Patented Febalfl, 1 931 I snonoiie HILIQERYQ F FEW oitLnAii-s, iionisrnna' a I charmer Arr'ARATUs ii I Application filed May 15,

' The present invention is directed to improvements in cooling apparatus.

' The primary object of the invention is to provide a device of this character especially 5 adaptedfor maintaining meat or other per-1 ishable commodities in a cool state by efif cient circulation of chilled air.

Another object of the invention is to pro or other enclosure.

Another object of the invention is to provide an apparatus of this character which is portable and capable of being readily in-I stalled, the construction being such that the circulation of air 'willbe positive without" '20 the aid of fans.

tion of which is such that pipe coils are eliminated vand consequently the objection able frosting and rusting thereof s dlspensed' with With these and other objects 111' view, this invention resides in the novel features of con 1 struction, formatlon, combination andar rangement of parts to be hereinafter more fully described, claimed and illustrated in the accompanying drawings, in which,

Figure 1 is a longitudinal sectional View through the apparatus.

tion. 7

f 'Figure 3 is a sectional. view on line 33- of Figure 1.

Figure 1. t

Figure 5 1s a sectlonal vlew on hne 5-5 of Figure 1.

1 end with a dome 2, said chamber being rectangular in contour, Mounted in the bottom of the chamber is the brine pan 3 which has disposed transversely thereof a bafiie plate 1;

The dome 2 has supported thereby a plu rality of funnels 5 which open into the dome,

Figure 1 is a sectional view on line 4-4 or I Le'adingto' the -manifold 1 9 isj a-p'ipe 22 whichis' connected- 'with: a suitable pump .for Y forcing the brine f int'o j the manif'old z and Referring to the drawing, 1 designates the spray chamber, it being provided at its rear J 1998, s eiiaigubi 271992. I i v I v V ndarevso arrangecl.t-hatai assing through i the funnels-will be] directed into" theflchamb'er 1. forward end 'of theychamber 1 V e an} opening '6 1n which isfitted, thefena ing-a reduced end 8 to'which, is'swivellycom 'nectedthe head '9,*saicl-head having ainozzle 10. The head 9 is of globular formation in order 'that the -outflowing air will be sub 'je'cted to'a whirling action so that the mist 6U wi-llbe separated therefrom,the residue being drained from the nipple 11-.

which can be manipulated by airodl3 which has a handle "Located'jin dome 2Qis2 aj mani f'old which'is-in communication with the pipe as" v j I *semblies 16,said assemblies being disposed-in 1 70 Another object of the invention is to provide an apparatus of this kind, the construe horizontal positionwithin the-dome andfprovided with spray nozzles 17,-there' being a pipe 18 leading to the manifold 15,- saidpipe'b'ein g connected" with a-pump in order that brine: can-be conducted to the manifeld'andthence into the pipe assemblies to be sprayedf'rom the nozzles 17 into the dome'andchamber'1,- it being pr'eferable that the nozzles be inclined so that the spray t-herefrom will be div. rect'ed toward the chamber las well as down- A; second manifold 19 is disposed transv'ersely within the chamber "1 and; adjacent V 'the balile 1, said manifold having associateda Figure 2 is a top plan view, partly in'secthence through the no z'zl'e intothe chamber 1. :It will-be of course obvious that the heavier ipartic'les of brine will gravitate into the pan 3 from whichthesurplus can drain through the pipe 23 back to the storage'tank, 5'

pipe24renters the chamber liandiextends into the brine tank l, and it isthrough' thisipipe that the brine is drawn into the pump ice -arged end of t'he outletneck 7, said 'n'ecl hav- V Mounted adjacent the open end 6 i's-aplu-"z I rality of-- pivotally mounted shutters 12,

located eXteri'orly ofthe' i which supplies the liquid to the manifold 1'5.

from when necessary.

A drain valve 25 is connected with the tank in order that sediment can be drawn there- One side of the chamber 1 is provided with a door opening 26 which is normally closed by a glass paneled door 27, said door being for the purpose of permitting inspection of the chamber and owing to the glass panels thereof the condition of the spray can be readily observed, there being an incandescent bulb 28 located in the dome in order thatthe 7 interior of the chamber will be illuminated when necessary. V g It will be obvious that the incoming air will. come in contact with the brine sprays, and

bottom of thespraying chamber, a partition in saidpan, outlets from said pan, a plurality "of pipeassemblies rising from the pan adjacent Sttld. partitionand 'recelving brlne under pressure, spraying nozzles on said pipe assemblies directed toward the open end of the spraying chamber, pipe assemblies in the top of the dome immediately at the bases of the funnels receiving brine under pressure, and spray nozzles on said pipe assemblies directed downwardly chamber. i

.jIn testimony whereof I aflix my signature.

' GEORGE A. HILLERY. [1,. s]

sincethe brine issprayed under pressure an eflicient circulation or suction will be created in the chamber 1 in order that the air will-be therefrom under considerable velocity when brine to the nozzles 17.

ing the manifold.

conducted to the neck 7 and will be discharged discharged into the cooling chamber. i

It will be observed that the pipe assemblies 7 16 contain ten spray nozzles, whereas the pipe assemblies 20 include twenty spray nozzles, thus the pump for use in connection with the latter sprays will be one having a greater pressure rate than the one for pumping the By providing the shutters 12 it will be obvious that the passage of particles of brine in r the air passing therethrough will be impededso that as the air enters the neck 7 it will be in a comparatively dry state for efficient c001 ing purposes.

Upon reference to. served that the ends 'of themanifold 19 are will permit a continuous blowing off of scales, sediment etc. that may be in the brine enter- The location of enter the part of the pan containing the relatively colder brine from the nozzles 21. 7 Owing tothe presence ofthe swivel connection 8 between the neck 7 and-head 9- it will be obvious that the head 9fcan be adjusted to I direct the cold air to any part of the cooling chamber' desired. I

Having thus described the- ,invention, I claim:

.A cooling apparatus including a spraying chamber, a dome on said chamber at one end thereof, the opposite end of thefchamber be 7 ing open, an outlet neckconnected with the i 1 open end of the spraying chamber, a plurality of funnels rising from and communicating with the dome to permitair to enter the dome land-flow to thechamber,shutters adjustably mounted between the spraying chamber and the neck for-regulating the flow'iof air from; the chamber into the 'neck,,a'brine pain in the Figure 4 a Win be ob f I rovided with discharge-nipples 29 which I the bafiile 4L is such that the warmer brine from the nozzles 17 will not

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Classifications
U.S. Classification261/116, 96/242
International ClassificationF25D17/00
Cooperative ClassificationF25D17/005
European ClassificationF25D17/00B