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Publication numberUS776568 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateDec 6, 1904
Filing dateJan 27, 1904
Priority dateJan 27, 1904
Publication numberUS 776568 A, US 776568A, US-A-776568, US776568 A, US776568A
InventorsBenjamin F Voorhis
Original AssigneeAugust Wm Zuber, Benjamin F Voorhis
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Heating-stove.
US 776568 A
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No. 776,568. PATENTED DEC. 6, 1904. B. F. VOORHIS.

HEATING STOVE.

APPLIGATIDN FILED JAN.27,1904.

N0 MODEL.

WITNESSES: [NVjj/VTOR fiegy'amz izjvoris No. 776,568. Patented December 6, 1904.

UNTTET) STATES PATENT OEEICE.

BENJAMIN F. VOORI-IIS, OF NYACK, NEWV YORK, ASSIGNOR OF ONE-THIRD TO AUGUST WM. ZUBER, OF NYACK, NEW YORK.

HEATING-STOVE.

SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 776,568, dated December 6, 1904.

Application filed January 27, 1904. Serial No. 190,860. (No model.)

T 71177107771 it y wcrn: box 8. The drum 7 is closed at all points ex- Be it known that I, BENJAMIN F. VOORI-IIS, cept at the lower portion of the rear thereof,

a citizen of the United States, residing at Nywhere an outlet 10 is provided. This outlet ack, in the county of Rockland and State of opens into alaterally-extendingreceptacle11,

5 New York, have invented new and useful Imhaving a head 12, which is detachably secured provements in Heating-Stoves, of which the to its outer end by means of bolts 13 or in 55 following is a specification. any other suitable manner. An outlet-pipe My invention relates to new and useful im- 14: extends upward from the top of the recepprovernents in heating-stoves; and its object tacle 11 and opens into the stovepipe 15, which I0 is to provide a simple device of this character extends from an outlet 16, formed in the top having a large heating-surface, whereby the of easing 1. 60 temperature of the air surrounding the stove Any desired number of outlets 17 are armay be quickly raised, the hot products of ranged within the casing 1 near the top therecombustion escaping from the stove being of, and these outlets are inclosed by tubular I5 utilized for heating the air prior to their disextensions 18, having flanges 19 at their outer charge into the chimney. ends. These extensions 18 are adapted to 5 With the above and other objects in view register with inlet-pipes 20, extending outthe invention consists of a stove having a rawardly from apertures 21, formed within the diator or drum inclosing the same and spaced inner face of the drum 7 and have flanges 22,

20 therefrom to form a passage from the bottom adapted to be bolted or otherwise secured to to the top of the stove and which constitutes the flanges 19. Shields 28 are secured within 7 a flue. the drum directly above the inlets 21 and are The invention also consists of a novel arfor the purpose hereinafter more fully derangement of devices by means of which the scribed.

5 products of combustion can be directed either An inlet 2 1 for fuel is formed in the top into the drum or directly to the chimney. of easing l and is adapted to be closed by a 75 The invention also consists in the further cover 25. novel construction and combination of parts A damper 26 is arranged within the stovehereinafter more fully described and claimed pipe 15 between the outlet 16 and the outlet- 3 and illustrated in the accompanying drawings, pipe 14, and another damper 27 is located beshowing the preferred form of my invention, tween the stovepipc 14: and the chimney. 30 and in which (Not shown.)

Figure 1 is a centralvertical section through Tubular extensions 28 are arranged adjamy improved heating-stove; and Fig. 2 is a cent the bottom of the drum 7 at desired in section on line 2 2, Fig. 2. tervals and are normally closed by rods 29,

Referring to the figures by numerals of refwhich are bolted or otherwise secured in po- 5 erence, 1 is-a stove-casing of any suitable consition. These extensions are provided so as to tour, having a fire-box 2 therein and an ashenable the interior of the drum to be readily box 3, provided with a suitable air-inlet 4. cleaned.

4 Braclrets 5 are secured to the bottom of the In starting a fire in the stove herein decasing 1 and extend laterally therefrom. and scribed the dampers 26 and 27 are opened, 9 these brackets have upwardly-extending arms and after the fuel has been ignited the prod- 6, which are adapted to overlap the sides of a note of combustion will pass directly into the drum 7, which incloses but is spaced apart outlet 16 and the stovepipe 15. After suiiifrom the casing 1 and forms a passage 8 becient headway has been obtained the damper tween the drum and stove-casing. This drum 26 is closed, and the products of combustion is concentric with the casing 1, and the lower will then pass into the apertures 17 and exportion thereof is so shaped as to permit of tensions 18 and will come into contact with convenient access to the door 9 of the ashshields 23, whichwill direct them downward into the drum 7. then circulate through the drum and thoroughl y heat all the surfaces thereof and will then pass through the outlet into the receptacle 11 and thence outward by way of the outlet-pipe 14 to the Stovepipe 15. It will thus be seen that the surrounding air upon coming into contact with the faces of the drum will be thoroughly heated, and a draft will be established through the passage 8, which will result in the rapid heating of all the air confined in a room with this stove. Any soot or other solid materials which may accumulate within the drum can be readily removed by detaching the heads 12 and 29. The drum itself can be quickly removed by detaching the inlet-tubes from the extensions 18, after which it can be raised from the supporting-brackets 5.

It will be seen that the device is vey simple in construction and very effective for heating purposes and that practically all of the heat generated is utilized.

In the drawings 1 have shown by arrows the circulation of air and products of combustion through the apparatus and the circulation established by the surrounding air through the passage 8.

These hot products will In the foregoing description I have shown the preferred form of my invention; butI do not limit myself thereto, as I am aware that modifications may be made therein without departing from the spirit or sacrificing any of the advantages thereof, and I therefore reserve the right to make such changes as fairly fall within the scope of my invention.

Having thus described the invention, what is claimed as new is In a device of the character described, the combination with a stove; of a detachable drum inclosing and supported by the stove, said drum being spaced from the stove to form an air-passage, detachable tubular connections between the drum and stove and forming outlets from the stove to the drum, shields within the drum and adjacent the connections, an outlet from the drum, and means for directing products of combustion into the drum.

In testimony whereof I afiix my signature in presence of two witnesses.

BENJAMIN F. VOORHIS.

Witnesses:

MICHAEL MoNIoHoL, THoMAs NOLAN.

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Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationF24B5/04