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Publication numberUS916984 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 6, 1909
Filing dateAug 3, 1908
Priority dateAug 3, 1908
Publication numberUS 916984 A, US 916984A, US-A-916984, US916984 A, US916984A
InventorsHenry Bleymehl
Original AssigneeHenry Bleymehl
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Liquid sprayer and sprinkler.
US 916984 A
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H. BLEYMEHL.

LIQUID SPRAY-ER AND SPRINKLER.

APPLIOATION FILED AUG. 3, 1908.

Patented Apr. 6, 1909.

HENRY BLEYMEHL, OF GHIGAGO, lLLlN'GlS.

Lreurn sraa'vnn AND srarnnaaa.

No. 91 6,9 84. Specification of Letters Patent.

Applicaticnfiled August 3, 1908. Serial No. 42%,72-7.

T all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, HENRY BLEYMEHL, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of Chicago, in the county oi Cook and State of Illinois, have invented certain newand useful Improvements in Li uid Sprayers and Sprinklers, of which the to lowing is a clear, full, and exact description.

My invention-relates to li 'uid spraying devices, and particularly to oi sprayers for gas machines.

The object of my invention is to provide a simple and economically constructed spraying device which thoroughly atomizes the oil and is not affected by the heat, and which should any of its parts become damaged and need repairs, or replacement can be easily removed. This I accomplish by the means hereinafter fully described, and as particularly pointed out in the claims.

In the drawings :Figure 1 is a side view of .my invention showing it detached from the supply-pipe. Fig. 2 is a longitudinal centra section of the same partly broken. Fig. 3 is a plan view of the spraying end of the same. Fig. 4 is a art section and part sideview of a rightto eft sprayer embodying my invention. Fig. 5 is a similar view of a left to right sprayer. Fig. 6 is an end view of the oil revolving element of the sprayer, and Fig. 7 is a sectional fragmentary view Let the device, showing a slightly modified form of sprayer. Y

In the drawings Arepresents the oil or liquid sup ly-pipe; ,B the bell-shaped head the. reduce cylindrical portion of which is screwed or otherwise secured to the dis charge end of the supply-pipe, and. C the plate which is screwed or otherwise securely fitted into the mouth of the enlarged end of said bell-shaped head.

In the preferred form of my invention plate 0 is provided with live openings c, c, one of which is located in the center of the plate, and the remainingfonr at equal distances apart near the edge of the same. These openings 0, 1 are, preferably, screwthreaded, as shown in Fig. 2 of the drawings, but, if desired, they can he made as shown at a: in Fig. 7, that is, with the inner end of the opening contracted, and screw-threaded only from the outer end of the same for about half its length. .I secure in each of these openings .0, a whirler D and a nozzle E. The whirler .(so called because gives the .escaping liquid a spiral movement) consistsof a than half the length of opening c. @The tudinally disposed spiral grooves e in its they are, preferably, located diametrically opposite each other, andwhen more than two, are arranged at equal distances apart. These grooves may all incline the same way, but I prefer to make the grooves of one whirler incline from right to left, as shown in Fig. 4 of the drawings, and make the grooves in others incline from left to right, as shown in Fig. 5, and moreover, in arran ing these whirlers in pl te C, I. place the riglrtto left, and the left to right whirlers alternately, as near as the employment of an oddnuinloer of whirlers will permit.

clude a nozzle E, which consists of a screwthreaded plug, of about one-half the'length of openings 0, into which they are screwed from the outer side of plate 0 until they bear against the opposed ends of the whirlers and they are provided on their outer ends with yond the outer face of plate C. A bore h is the extension and plug of the nozzle, the end of wh ch next the Whrrler 1S countersunk to moving streams or currents of iiqurd discharged from grooves e, and preserves the circular action of the liquid, owing to the centrifugal tendency oi the same, causes it to shown in Fig. 1 of the drawings.

When the whirler has been screwed iilto plate (I, and then the nozzle is screwed hoine, the latter locks the whirlers in place. in the opening c of Fig. .7, the construction of the same is such that it is unnecessary to thread the whirler, because by placing it in 'said opening from the outside until it bears against the shoulders made by contracting its inner end as at so, and then screwing home the nozzle it will be held securely in position. alt desired my invention cculdhe profitably used. for spiinkling water, but in this event screw-threaded plug, preferably, not longer whirleris provided with one or more longi form a basin /c which receives the spirally Q ame en route to the bore, so that they discnar 'e from the outer of sa d bore the Patented d, 3.909.-

I screw threaded circumference, which extend from one end of the whirler to the other. When two of these spiral grooves are:--used,-

In addition to the whirlers the sprayers in- I squared axial extensions F, that project bei made longitudinally and centrally through I fly outward and downward, substantially as v prefer to use one or of the spraying deal 45 suitable head, a removable plate closm cne vices, and depend upon the manufacturerto determine their relative positions, and to employ said devices havir right to left grooves alternately with 'those having left to right; grooves.

What I claim as new isz- V A iqu praying device comprising a suitable head; one end thereof having aseries of openings therein, and .a spraying device ha'ving spiral passages secured in each of said openings. r t

2. A liquid spraying device comprising a suitable head, one end thereof-having a seof openings therein. and a spraying deiz having spiral; assages removably se..- cured ineach of sai openings.

. 3. A liquid spraying device comprising a suitable head, one end thereof having a series of openings'thereimzand a spraying device having'splralpassagessecuredin each of. said'openings. andadapted t'o impart a spiral movement to the liquid discharged there'- from.

' ekA'liquidspraying device coni rising a suitable head, one end thereof having a series ofopenings therein, and a spraying desi'sting ofa'pa'rt having spiralpassages for giving the liquid discharged therethrough a riesiof. openings therein, and a-spraying device secured'in each of said openings and conspiralmovement, and a nozzlejput through which said spirally moving liquid'issues. j 77.. A liquid spraying devieecompris'ing a end thereof having a series of openings t ere-jin, land a'spraying' devicehaving spiral passages secured in each of said openings.

I 8.A'liquid spraying device-comprising a suitable head, aremovable plate r'closin one end thereof havingfa series of openings t erein, and'a'spra ing'device having spiral pas-.

sages remova openings. 7 s V 9. A liquid spraying device comprising a suitable head, aplateclosijng one end thereof havin a series ofo enin s'therein anda" sprayin device secured in each of said open ri s and consistm'g of a part for giving the liquid discharged th erethrough a spiral. move: ment, andanozzle out through which said spirally moving li uidissuesand which looks j e other part in p ace; l 10. A liquid spraying device'comprisinga 1y secured in each of said 5 suitable head, one end thereof having a series of openings therein, and a spraying. device secured in each of said openings and consisting of a part having spiral passages for givmg the liquid discharged therethrough a spiral movement, and a nozzle out through which said spirally moving liquid issues having an extension projecting beyond the outer surface of said plate.

11. A liquid spraying device comprising a suitable head, one end thereof having a series of openings therein, and a spraying device secured in each of said openings and consisting of a part having spiral passagesv for giv ing the liquid discharged therethrough a,

spiral movement, and a nozzle out-through which said spiral] moving liquid issues and which has the en of its bore next the other part of the sprayer. countersunk.

' ,12. A'liquid sprayin device com rising a suitable head, a plate c fo sing one en thereof having a series of openings therein, and a- 'whirler'for each of said openings consisting of a plug having a spiral groove therein for imparting to the liquid discharged there- .through a spiral movement.

13. A liquid spraying device com rising a suitable head, a plate closing one en thereof having a series of openings therein, and a whirler for each of said 0 enings consistin of a screw-threaded plugh spiral grooves in its circumference" for imparting to the'liquid discharged therethrough a spira movement.

14. A liquidspraying device comprising a suitable head, a plate closing one end thereof having a series of openings therein,- a whirler for'each of said openings consisting of a plug having a spira groove therein for im arting to the liquld discharged there- .throug a spiral movemenh'andanozzle out through which. said spirally moving liquid issues. v

v 15. A liquid spraying device comprising a1 suitable head, a plate closing one end thereaving a series 0 having a series of openings. thereiin a a screw-threaded plug avinga series. 0

a spi-ra movement, and'a nozzle out through which said.spirally-moving liquid issues.

f ivhirler for each of said openings consistmg :spiral grooves in its circumference for imparting to theliquid-discharged therethrough 1 16. A liquid spraying device comprising a suitable head, a plate closingone end thereof having a series of. openings therein, a whirler foreach of said openings consisting of a plug having'a spiral groove therein for. .imparting' to. the liquid. discharged therethrough a spiral movement, anda nozzle out through which said sirally-moving liquid said whirler countersunk.

issues, and which has t e end of its bore next .-17. A liquid spraying device comprising a suitablehead, a plate closing one end thereof having -'a series of openings "therein,.'a 1

whirler for each of said 0 enings consisting In testimony whereof I have hereunto set 0f a screw-threaded plug wing in series of my hand and sea]. this 20th day of June, is

spiral 'grooirlesl in itslcirlcumfgreirlme fgr A.'D., 1908.

pstrtin to t e i uidcisc laxge t eret roug Y 5 a spire? movem nt, and a nozzle out through HENRY L which said spirally moving liquid issues, Witnesses:

end which has the end of its bore next said FRANK D. T HUMASON,

whiflen countersunk. E. K. LUNDY.

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Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationB05B1/3415