|Publication number||US71423 A|
|Publication date||Nov 26, 1867|
|Publication number||US 71423 A, US 71423A, US-A-71423, US71423 A, US71423A|
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\ To` all whom it may concern:
\ Beit known that I, J. B. SUTBERLAND, of Detroit, in the county of Wayne and State of Michigan', have invented a new and Improved p Refrigerator-Car; and I do hereby declare that the following is a full, clear, and exact description thereof, which will enable others skilled in the art to make and use the same, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, forming part of this specification.
' This invention relates to an improved refrigcrater-car; and `consists in such an arrangement ofthe internal fittings of a double-walled, y double-roofed, and double-floored car as to l insure a constant circulation of the air within the car, so that the warmed air is conduct-ed through ice-chests, and, thus cooled, returned to the body of the car.
In the accompanying drawings, Figure 1 is y a vertical longitudinal section of one-half of my improved refrigerator-car, and Fig. `2 is a Similar letters of reference indicate corresponding parts.
The car is provided with two ice-chests, one of which is shown at A, the other being at y the opposite extremity of the car. in a car of ordinary size will be constructed to contain about eight hundred pounds of ice. y Bis a lap, hung on hinges, which -I prefer to i have eccentric, and when it is desired to be opened it is heldin position shown in Fig. l
. UNITED STATES;
transverse section thereof at line w x of Fig. 1.
Each chest PATEN'I OFFICE. i.
J. B. SUTHERLAD, OF DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
-I M PROVED REFRlGERATOR-CAR.
Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. 71,423, dated November 26, 1867'. y
bythebonb. The madame-walled,doubleroofed, and doubleffloored, as shown at a, and
the space between the walls may be lled withi sawdust, felt, or other appropriate material,.. or may be left unlled. In frontl and rear..` ends of the car are doors C C', to enable ice to be supplied to the chest in case of need. D
D are gas-pipes laid along the roof of the car,
from which are hung the hooks d d, for hanging meat and other edibles... F is anjinner` slide-door, between which` and :theouter door` E is interposed a mattress or mattingfG, to keep the car as nearly air-tight as possible.
A space above flaps B admits thepassageof 1` the warmed air to the ice-chests, where it` is cooled, and passes,in direction ofthearf y rows through space H, `backinto the body of the car.
I claim as new and desireto secure by LettersPatentn i The double-walled, double-roofed, doublefloored car, having ice-chests A at each eX-` tremity, closed by the hangingliaps B, substantially as above described, having spaces` S and F arranged so as to produce aconstant, circulation of the air in the car,in manner substantially as and` for the purposes above set forth and described., y
' J. B. SU'llEURLAND.` Witnesses:
J. N. A s. comm, F. C. ADAusoN.