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Publication numberUS534360 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateFeb 19, 1895
Filing dateDec 24, 1894
Publication numberUS 534360 A, US 534360A, US-A-534360, US534360 A, US534360A
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External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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G. HILSINGER SLID'ING VALVE.

C. G. GLLINS Sz A Patented. Feb

(No Model.) 3 Sheets-Sheetv 2. C. Gf. COLLINS & A. C. HILSINGER. 4SLIDINGr VALVE.

Naszmo. Paten-fed Feb. 19,1895

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.0. G. GOLLINS& A. 0. HLsmG-if SLIDING VALVE.

Patented Feb. 19,1895.

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- UNITED STATES PATENT CALEB c. COLLINS, 0F 'WoopsBURG AND, lALBERTUSC. HILsINg'fnu. oF

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SLIDING VALVE.l

, sPEciFICr'IoN formiagpart of Letters Patent No. 534,360, dated February 1,9, 189e. I .I y lApplication filed Ilecemher 24,1584. Serial No. 532,8'1'9. (llo model.)

To aLZZ whom it mayconccrm Beit known that we, CALEB G. CoLLiNs, of"

'Si o which the invention appertains to make and use the same.

j j Our improvements, though applicable to -Bliding or gate valves for various uses, arede- "signed-more especially for use in connection 1,5 with vacuum apparatus used in transferring :.dredged or excavated spoil; and the invention consists inthe special construction and arrangement of parts herein set forth. f In the accompanying drawings, Figure l, is je- ,asectional elevation of one of ou r gate valves; Fig. 2, a 4sectional elevation take-n at right .angles to Fig. l.4 Fig. 3, is a central vertical A, section of the upper portion of one of our f gate valves showing the means for governing 2,5 the movement of the same. Fig. 4, is a transverse section upon plane of line y, y, Fig..3; Fig. 5, a similar view upon plane of lin'e '2, z, Fig.' 3,. Fig. 6, is a sectional detail illustrating the means for .keeping the valve rod and I5e packing freel from grit, dac.; Fig. A7, apartial section of the steam cylinder throttle-valve,

-and connections; Fig. 8, a sectional'view of the .throttle valve.

The valve consists of the sliding gate P,

A"3.5 guided by lugs p, resting between-parallelv ways g, q, formed inthe casing Q, of the valve, y which casing also-incloses the compartment Q', into which the gate P, is retracted when the valve is opened. v 4o The valve rod P', extends through suitable packing boxes p', and fr, into tlie steam cylinder R, where it has secured to it the piston g '-p. Extending beyond the piston the valve 5 'rod 1?', passes through the steam cylinder R, 4,5 A and through suitable packing boxes r,.and 35,150 and through a cylinder S, of nearly equal `vlength but of less diameter than the steam wcylinder R., The valve rod I, passes out-.of the Kupperend of -the cylinder S, through a 35oI `suitable 'packing S'. The cylinder S, is filledv witlio'il or other liquid which has to pass from one side to the otherof the pistons', secured to the valve stein P, and the speed of this ow ot' liquid regulates the speed with which the gate opens or closes under the lpressure of steam on the piston p3, in the steam cylinder R. In other words the necessary displacementof the liquid in the cylinder S, retards and controls theaction of the steam in the steam'cylinder R, in such manner that all jar and violence is avoided. It is thus obviousl ,that by regulating the iiow of the liquidin the cylinder from one side of the piston S', to the other we can govern accurately the speed of the. piston 1), rod l, and valve P, and we accomplish `this adjustment in a novel manner.

seen that the upper'end of the valve rod is hollow, forming a long. cylindrical chamber T, the lower end of which terminates in a conical valve seat tffrom which a narrow passage t', extelids downward a short distance to where it is intersected by lateral passages t2, opening into the liquid chamber S, below` the piston S. The valve rod l, Where it forms the wallsof the chamber T, is formed with perforations tits, shown in Figs. Li and 5, such openings being above the piston S. 'lhe 'valve consists of a long stem or rod U, the lower end of which is made conical to fit the valve seat' t, and the upper end of which is formed with a male screw thread which en- By reference toFigs. 3, 4, ande, it will be gages with a female screwthreadformed in x the hollowl upper extremity of the valvevrod. A jam nut V, screws upon the projecting end of the vvalve-stein U, and locks the required' adjustment of the conical end of the valve with relation to the valve seat t. By increas.-

ing or diminishing the space between the conical end of the valve stem U, and its seat v t, the iiow of the liquid vfrom one Aside of the piston to the other, under 4pressure exerted bythe action of the steam upon either side of the piston 293,'ixi'the steam cylinder-R, can beregulated with accuracy, and itis to be noted that this adjustmentcan be etected entirely from the -ex'fteriorofthe device by simply loosening the jainnut V, turning the' stem U, in' one direction o'r the other. by

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v ineans of'a wrench or other deyice, andagaiu I' f setting up thel jam nut.

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2 www Tho goto P, is raised and. lowere by of milling stoom to the steam oylimloi E, ou ono sido or the oliei of tho plomo p3, in the usual. manooi',i3l1e exhaust steam ooczipiiw from 'tho oppositie sido of the piston. This 15 oootod by meollo of tho Lili-oido Volvo K, wiiioh is divided longitudinally by tho partition lo. The iwo chamber@ la', la, thus formorl oooh have wo porto los, 7.1, and los, k6. Tho 016mm boi' Emporio oi; the @11d of the volvo into tho Stoom Supply pipo if, oo that when tho port zf, brought into ooinoidoooo Wit-l1 the possago if?, in iho sido woll of ih@ oylindef E, @toom will, bo admitted izo 511e uuor side of iho pio tou, while simultaneously, tho pori.; la, boing; in ooiuo'iclonoo wim the passage la, tho @im limiot sloom will olimpo throogh the chamber 7i?, incl port la, into tlm discharge oimmiisoi .75, ind out through tho pipo low, as; illmstxa-toil by the position of the ports iu Figs. 'Z md S. lo. llio mammal? when it is ilosiiod to @lose lio mit@ Voli'oll, tln'otlo volvo EL, is tmnefl until iii@ por?, laafooiooiclos with Lilo passage las, ziomitloo stoom tl'ieroio, Whilo Lilo pori, ,7G67 How boing in ooiuoidei'ii'io wili the passage kl', ond tho poil; ,las will; iiio Liisiolimgo olwmnlooi' los@ bho ozixiioosi; iiiomii is to ooozipo from above Ballo piston p.

lo olooinge; ik@ imm oliiimbor Stoom gallo volverla as lioiotofoi'o oonstiuotd fliioulhy imo ifi'oiywmly boon omolmei'od. byioofoo of iiio i lowoi: migo ol.' tlm volvo@ onoouotoi'ing fstoiieii :mid oth-oi: oompoimivoly @moll olijotoftlxot pool@ over with lzliofspo, tho roongulaii-odgos of tho Volvo affording o, brood bearing-z mici. holding; iii@ oliotriiolon ogzniuot ilioloilg-omont 'miiil ilio ilu-olii@ volvo is rovoiooo, i mimi; mimosa wily oo ilmio lioai'no @Eliot pirloulfii." volvo omi lio olosoal ,mid olloi opoiiofl. "loro ovoioomo This, fliiiiooliy io groot @xmms by foi-ming; "lilo lowoi of goto Volvo am, mi. anglo, oo ilio'i, il is Wod im-ipod in oi'os section, mliotooiissilly oiiow'n. at lil, il@ il; im o, ioouit; oolicl fammi-iol is. ilu'ust @oido lily ibo migo-oil' the' iloooonog volvo imrl 'Elio volvo ol ow its; poessogo to its soo n, foonboro of no @mail impor' oo wlw-m iiipioi md oollouky oi m'miipolziiioii awo oosomioh Owing to tho gringo, siimgiifmomro of the i g ihrouglitlio appui-ammoniak olif liorfeofofo beim oxporiooootl by v omi'iod op `iiigimo volvo-rod imo tlio Miiiiiiig looms, rosi'filigi'og-in mido@ wom. ooo. :milizigxo orde? to iomonly this;

mo joigjio gym, shown in lli'go. El ond 6 Tho aio.-

with. tlzio ooiiipzii'imoot Q', :md the parallel Ways q, Q 'Elio .volvo P, in Said compartment QQloohl eigainoi, lmoml movement by tho Ways g, md lowing the Volvo rofl P'; die pistou pl, on oazlV valve rofl lil', Siiuotod in tho Steam I oyliocloi R.; said steam oylinrlor R, and tho tlm-utile volvo lli for Controlling the steam our ply omi exhaust of mild cylinder R; ille pistoo S3, upon iiho vail-ve' .Stom P', situated 'in Elio liquid chamber 3,2m@ formed with ai pori for the flow of liquid through the piston from ono oido illoioo'i' to the other; the adj Listaililo volvo U i'oir logulzitiug the flow of liquidi through tho pisoo l; oud the chamber E oolod o confino o, body of liquid iliol'oiio ouh stootiziliy in tho mammal mail for tho purpooo doooi'iiod.

2x lo o goto volvo ambsizinioliy suoli am silicium, iiio oomoiiizitionoir' tho casing (Si, foimod with the compartment Q, :wil tho parallel ways q, q; me Valve l" :iu sa'iiil. oompziiiimont 6.15', hold against loioi'fil movomoiit by iii@ www@ g, simil lilwing Liao volvo rofl l me piston p3, on mici Volvo rod TP', silo im Elio :lsiosiu'i oylioioi-R; oiiil Stoom ojyl iriiloi.' 'il amil illo tomillo volvo lill for oouiji'ol ling lilo Bloom iSupply ond oxiziooi; oi? will oylindoi R; lilo pitou Si', upon nilo volvo atom. P2 iiiii'iwizoil .io iiiio liquid olmiolioir fi@ midi. l'oi'iri-.i il with. o pooigg'o for iilio flow ol liquid through mill pioiion from onooido tlioioof to tiio otlioi; ilu-i aidjmiziblo Volvo rod U for reg umlimg im flow oi' liqoiil Miroogll tlm plomo lig, oorowing' oto ibo 'hollow oppor @mi o tho volvo .iii-om 59; the looli; imi; slor oofmriiugr` thoV volvo 'rofl U in o piiorioilliod pogiilion; amil olio salumi-moi* @f smiled io ooi'ifinoo. iaorly ofliiy unici allein-omi oobomniiolly in tho mommy mtl` fof ll-io puipooo ilooz'ibofi. 4

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Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationF16K31/122