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Publication numberUS840295 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 1, 1907
Filing dateAug 22, 1906
Priority dateAug 22, 1906
Publication numberUS 840295 A, US 840295A, US-A-840295, US840295 A, US840295A
InventorsFrank A Bryant
Original AssigneeFrank A Bryant
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Radiator for automobiles.
US 840295 A
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Description  (OCR text may contain errors)

1: Io.'840,295. PATENTED JAN. 1, 1907.

F. A. BRYANT. RADIATOR FOR AUTOMOBILES.

APPLICATION FILED AUG. 22.1906.

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Application filed August 22,1906. Serial No. 331.612.

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T w l wh 17?? m y COW/081W extending into the apertured enlarged ends Beit known that l, .l nsifi A. BRYANT, a of the lowerarms of the frame. citizen of the United States, residing atSe- The pipes and 16 are each closed at one attic, in the county of King and State of end, and their opposite protruding ends are Washington, have invented certain new and screw-threaded to provide means whereby. do

-useful Improvements in Radiators for Autothey may be respectively coupled with the mobiles, of which the following is a speciiicadelivery and supply pipe ends, or vice versa, tion, reference being had therein to the aoof the motor-cylinder water-circulating coil companying drawings, in whichor passage-way lor the conveyance of the Figure 1 is a rear end view of an embodicooling-water. 6 merit of my invention, and Fig. 2 a sectional As indicated, the coil l lfis positioned beview taken-through line 2 2 of Fig. I. tween the members of the frame, and where.

This invention relates to liquid coolers, the several spiral turns cross the hollow arm and more particularly to devices of this char- 6 they communicate therewith through peracter used for reducing the temperature of forations 17 in both the coil and the arm. the water circulated about the cylinders of By brazing or soldering the contacting parts internal-combustion engines employed upon of the coil and hollow arm displacement of motor-vehicles or the like. the registering perforations is obviated.

The object of my inventioni s to provide a 18 is a drain-cock whereby the watermay compact and el'licient apparatus of this nabe withdrawn from the apparatus. 7 ture which will be of simple, strong, and in, The operation of the invention may, be expensive construction and especially edaptbriefly described as follows: The cooling-waed to the service for which intended. 'ter for the motor after becoming heated in The invention consists in the novel conthe latter is conducted to and from the terstruction and combination of parts, as will be minals of the cooling-coil of my apparatus,

hereinafter described and claimed. and in passing therethrough has its tempera- Referring to the-drawings, the numerals 5 ture reduced through contact with the cooler and-6, respectively, designate the front and walls of the coil, and thence returns to the rear members of the framework of the appamotor-cylinder to absorb more heat thereratus, each provided with a central aperfrom, and 'so on. The water is caused to cirture-d boss 7 and similarly-disposed radial culate through the cooling system by the arms 5, 6, and 6": Said two members of agency of a circulating-pump, as common.-' the-frame arerigidly connected, asby bolts 8, Having described my invention, what I assing through holes provided in the overclaim is apping portions of inwardly-directed flanges 1. In apparatus of the class described, the 9 and 10 of the several pairsof arms, and combination with a frame, of a tubular coil provision is made by apertured cars 11 to readapted to have ends respectively conceive the fastening bolts for securing the nected with the inlet and discharge ends of a framework in place. Of the aforesaid arms water-cooling conduit of an engine, said coil one of those winch extend downwardly from being provided with a series of apertures 5 either of the central bosses, as 6", is made whereby connection ishad with a draw-off hollow (see Fig. 2) and communicates with hollow member and said member. a cavity 12 within the enlarged lower eX-- 2. In. apparatus of the class described, the tremity 12- of the arm. The other arms 5 combination-with a frame consisting of two and 6 have corrugations or ridges 13 up n members each comprised of a plurality of Ioc their inner opposing faces whereby the 0 1- arms radiating from centrally-apertured volutions of a coil 14 are securely hold in bosses, one of said arms being made hollowa place. This coil is formed of a light metal ic and provided with a plurality of spaced pertube, desirably of copper, which is jllattened lorations, of a tubular coil intermediate said before being coiled, and presents a large ere frame members seated in groove of the arms 10 5 tent olheat-radiating surl'ace. The inner and rigidly connected to said holow arm,

, end of the coil is communicatively connected said c il'being provided with a plurality of to a pipe 15, extending axiallyinto or through perforations corresponding with those of said said central bosses, while the other end of the hollow arm, and pipe members connected to l the ends of the coil.

In apparatus of the class described, the

combination with a frame with radial arms terminating in oppositely-direeted overlapping flanges, means to secure each pair of said flanges, together, one of said arms being hollow and provided with a plura-lityof spaced apertures, Whiletl'ie other arms have inner corrugated faces, of a tubular coil interposed between said frame members and provided with a plurality of apertures spaced to register with those of the arm, and a pipe member connected to each end of the coil.

4. 'In apparatusof the class described, the combination with a frame formed of two members which are each. con'iprised of an apertured boss with radial arms extending therefrom and terminating 1n oppositely-d1- rected overlapping flanges, means to secure each pair of said flanges together, one of said arms being hollowand provided with a plurality of spaced apertures, while the other arms have inner corrugated faces, and a draw-oil cock for-said hollow arm, of a tubular coil intm'posed between said frame members and rigidly connected to said hollow arm, said coil being provided with a. plurality of apertures spaced to register with those of the arm, and a pipe member connected to each end of the coil and protruding outwardly from the frame.

5. in apparatus of the class deseriberha coil connected. at each end with a pipe, said pipe, and a supporting-frame consisting of two connected members, one of said menu hers being provided. with a hollow portior having apertures therein which register With

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Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationF28F9/001, Y10S165/499