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P. A'. ANDERSON
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GAS 4INSTALLATION HOUSING
Filed May 25, 1957
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Bnventor
Jan. 1I, 1938.
P. A. ANDERSON
2,105,135
GAS INSTALLATION HOUS ING
Filed May 25, 1957V
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Peter ii.- Andersoml’ortiand, Maine’
Application my z5, i931. sei-iai No. 144,151
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` The present invention relates to improvements wall pipe standard maybe used iniplîat‘fë- of nails,
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in gas installation housing and has for an object 'A screws, etc.
Asbest seen in Figures 3 and 4, the major _por
to provide an' improved housing particularly .for
liquefied petroleum' gas installation in which a `tion of the back plate is offset forwardly from. the
support Ill. At or near its lower end this back
' 5 back plate constitutes the support both for the
regulating equipment and for a hood which is plate ~is provided with a spacing shoulder I3 and
a foot I4 -havingthe holes or perforations I5 to
hinged to the back plate and may be swung up
wardly to give better access to such regulator. U receive the fastenings I2 by which the lower part
f "_I‘he invention also contemplates the use, in of the plate is secured to _the wall II).
At its upper portion the back plate II is pro-_v 10
1, o connection with such back plate and hood of an
vided with 4a spacing shoulder I6 associated with
_ arm for supporting the hood prop.
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A further' object ofthe invention ls to provide _ an elongated flange or head strip I'I. The upper
an improved back plate and hood in which both end of this head strip is rolled, as at I8_ to mesh .
parts cooperate withpipe standings», or without "j_wlth the rolled leaves I9 of a hinge plate 20. A 15'
hinge pintley 2i passes through the rolled portion
pipe standings..
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and unites the lplate 20 to the -head strip I1, "
A still further obiect _of the invention is topro
duce a one-piece hood, a back plate which also whereby the hinge member 20 is carried and sup
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combines to `form a hinge for the hood, and a ported by the back platel I I. `ï
structure -which eliminates doors, is more durable '
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than existing structures, is streamlined indesign
and economical tdmanuiacture.
A still further object_ot the invention is tol
the production of a housing for a two-drum in-A
stallation. in which not-only the bottles. but also
' the regulators and -pigtails are- completelyv
covered.
The hinge. plate has openings 22 for fastenings
23, for instance rivets by which the `hinge plate 2li
is secured to the upper side of a protecting hood. -
This hood is formed by substantially semi-circu
l'ar upper _wall 24 and a front wall 25.' 'I_‘he inner
end of the »hood'i's open. Likewise the bottom of
l such hood is open.'l
The back plate II vis formed with appropriate
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A still 4further object of the invention is to - openings 26 and 28 to receive fastenings for sup
provide a- housing for a two-drum installation ac porting the regulators or the regulating equip.
commodating any size drum and usable on prac--
ment 21. _it`beingunderstood' that the form "of
regulator shown in the drawings is merely for 30.
With the foregoing and other objects in ‘view purposes of illustration' and that the improved
housing may be used in connection with any
`the invention will more fully described herein
.Y > after and more-pa ticularly pointed out _in the type of regulatlng'equlpment. The back plate II
will thus hold the‘regulating equipment with ref
' . appended claims.
erence to the'hood‘whereby the hood may coml 35
In the drawings in which like reference charac
-pletely
cover, house and protect the same.
ters denote like'or corresponding parts through- `
,A bracket is fastened to the _backside of plate
out the several views,
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Figure 1 is a front elevation, with parts _broken II, by welding or other fastening processes such
as rivets 29, screws etc. _ It is for the purpose of
away and partsshown in section oikan installa
tion with the improved- houslng- shown in the supporting the prop by, which the hood is held
in place when open, also for the purpose of lock-`
closed position.
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tically any type of commercial installation..
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_ Figure 2-is a top plan view ofthe saine with
parts broken away and parts shown in section.
_ Figure 3 is a side elevation with the support
f and hood shown ln section and with the hood in
_ the elevated position.
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Figure 4 is a perspective view of >the improved
._ back plate and hinge.
_ Figure 5 is a simiiar view of the prop support
50 and combination lock arm. - v
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Figure 6 is a perspective view of the rod or prop,
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Figure '7 is a front view,- with parts broken away
and parts shown in section, and illustrating an
optional form of pipe standard. _
ing hood.
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This bracket is more particularly iuustrated'm ’
Figure 5 and is composed generally of the arms 32
and $3 connected angularly by the elbow 3l; The
` arm 33 carries at its vforward end the diagonal
arm 35, and on the outer end of such diagonal
arm is the terminal ñange 36 having two or more
'openings 31. -The arm 32. as besi-l seen in Fig
ure 2,`lies along the face of the support IIl. The`
arm 33'extends out from. the wall'or back plate .
at substantially right angles or perpendicularly
-thereto at the side of regulating equipment 21.
The purpose of the arms 32 and 33 is to secure
support from the back plate for the bracket but "
Referring more particularly to the drawings I! at the same time to avoid the regulating equip- ‘
designates a brick or stone wall, a wooden wall,v . ment.
or other> appropriate support to which the back , The diagonal arm 35 is for the purpose of
plate II -is affixed by the use ci' nails, screws, bolts _ bringing the 'ñange l0 out substantiallyv centrally
60 or other iastenings I2, or in case of stone or brick of the hood and centrally of theback plate with
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out interference from the regulatingiequipment.
It is desirable to have the flange 38 in a central
position with respect to the hood in order that
the rod or prop 38, shown in Figures 3 and 6,
may engage the hood in alinement with the'hinge
and in alinement with its center mass to better
support the same; also that fiange 38 may pro
trude through slot 43, best illustrated in Figure 3,
so that padlock may be placed in outer opening
3l for the purpose of locking the equipment when
not servicing, inspecting or otherwise manipulat
ing.
'I'he prop 38 is formed at one end with the
offset pin 39 and connecting shoulder 48. At the
other end it is similarly formed with the shoulder
4| and the offset pin 42.
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The hood in its'front wall 25 near the lower
-edge thereof is formed with one or more open
ings or perforations 43.
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In the use of the device, the back plate H is
20 attached to the wall I0 by the use of fastenings
I2 of appropriate character or pipe legs 45. The
regulating equipment 2`|> is mounted upon the
back plate il. The hood may be attached to the
hinge plate 20 before the back plate is mounted
in place or afterwards. When the hood is
mounted the rear edge of its upper wall 24 .en
gages against the support l0 and the lower edge
of the wall 24 extends down a sufficient distance
to house and protect the regulating equipment..
30 When access to the regulating equipment -is to
out portions 44 to receive and accommodate rods
45 shown in Figure 7. 'I'hese cut-out and bent
over portions also serve the purpose of holding
the equipment more rigid. The rods extend
down and telescope with other rods 46, the rods
being held in place by set-screws 41. The upper
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convergent ends of the rod 45 may be affixed to
the back plate as by fastenings 48 entering open
ings 28‘of the back plate H.
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The back plate Il forms at once a support for
the hood and for the‘regulating equipment. yIt
also forms the support for the bracket, the brack
et being so formed as to derive its support and
centering from the bac-_k plate and to engage by
means of the prop centrally with, the hood with
out interference from the regulating equipment.
The hood may be a one-piece seamless metal
lic structure which will be of light weight yet
strong and durable and of economical manu
facture. ,
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It is obvious that various changes and modifi
cations may be made in the details of construc
tion and design of the above specifically described
embodiment of this invention without departing
from the spirit thereof, such changes and modifi 25
cations being restricted only by the scope of the
following claimsz-
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‘1. In a. housing installation, a back plate hav-_
ing means to support the same from a support,
a hood hinged to said back` plate to open up
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be hadthe hood may be raised, for instance to
the position shown in Figure 3, and if desired wardly, a bracket composedpf angularly joined
held in this raised position by the prop or sup ,arms with a diagonal arm extending forwardly
therefrom and a perforated terminal flange on
port 38 leaving the workman’s hands free to ad
35 just, to repair, to attach or detach or to replace the diagonal arm, said bracket mounted on the~
the regulating equipment or other parts. Thev back plate, a prop releasably and rotatably car
pin 39 of the prop 38 is insertable in inner hole ried by said fiange and formed with a cooperating
pin and shoulder, said hood having an opening
3l of the flange 38. When so inserted the rod to
releasably engage said pin with an adjoining
38 is turned so that the shoulder 48 will-move
40 into the engaged opening, in which case the pin wall whereby the hood/may rest upon said shoul
der.
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39, being angularly disposed with reference to the
shoulder 48, will act at one side of the flange 3B
to retain the prop or rod 38 upon the bracket.
The rod 33 itself will engage the opposite wall
45 of the flange 36 to prevent the shoulder 48 from
going through the engaged perforation in this
direction. The shoulder 40, partaklng of the
cross section of the rod 38, is rounded or sub
stantially so, and therefore the prop or rod may
60 rotate freelyabout the flange 38.
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2. In a housing installation, a back plate hav
ing means to secure the` same to a support, a
hood hinged at its upper rear portion to an upper
part of said plate whereby the hood may open
upwardly about. the hinge connection, a bracket 45
composed _of angularly joined arms with a di
ago‘nall arm extending forwardly therefrom and
a perforated terminal fiange on the diagonal
arm, one of the angular arms being fixed to said
back plate, and a prop releasably and rotatably 50
carried by said flange and formed with a cooper
ating pin and shoulder, said vhood having an
The upper pin 42 of the prop 38, while fitting
suiiiciently loosely in the aperture 43 of the hood
so that no great care need be taken in fitting this opening at its forward lower portion to releasably
pin 42 to the aperture, nevertheless the aperture engage
said pin with an adjoining wall where
55 43 is not ofsuch great diameter that the shoul
byv the hood may rest upon said shoulder wheny
der 4| would pass therethrough. 'I’he shoulder- the
hood is raised.
4i constitutes a stop or a rest against which that
. 3. In a housing installation, a hood, means
portion of the wall 25 of the hood immediately forhingedly
mounting the hood upona support
surrounding the aperture 43 engages. Thus the
60 rod 38 supports the hood 25 as shown in Figure with the hood opening upwardly, said hood hav
at its forward lower portion an opening with
3. By lifting the hood, as by engaging the lower ing
a wall adjoining the opening, a bracket supported
edge of its front wall 25 in the hand and lifting by
said means within the lower portion of’ the
the same, the aperture 43 will be removed from
' the pin 42, and the rod or prop 38 may be al
65 lowed to descend by rotation about the bracket
iiange 36 until such rod 38 hangs down by grav
ity, or may be placed in a broadly speaking up
right position resting against the wall under the
hood. It may be left in this place or it may be
removed by turning the rod and withdrawing
the pin 33 axially yfrom the opening 31.l
i In Figure -3 the hoodis shown as having cut
hood and having an outer portion for receiving a
padlock, said outer portion positioned to project
through said opening when the hood is in the
lowered position, and a prop rotatably carried by
the outer portion of said bracket and .having a
pin on its upp'er end for fitting in the opening of
the hood when raised and a
said adjoining wall.
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shoulder to support '
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PETER A. ANDERSON.
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