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Feb. 22, 1938.
F. E. MICHAEL
2,109,179
ANTIFLOODING ATTACHMENT FOR CARBURETORS
Filed April 20, 1937
Inventor
_ 77E’, Michael
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Patented’ Feb. 22,1938
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UNITED STATES PATENT-{OFFICE
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ANTIFLOODING ATTACHMENT FOB‘
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CABBUBETORS
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Ferris Earl Michael, \Rozel, Kans.
Application April 20, i937, Serial No. 138,034
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(01. 131-21)
(The present invention relates to‘carburetors to said ?oat chamber. _Accordingly when the
and has for its principal object to .provide an
anti-?ooding attachment to prevent ?ooding of
the- engine when the latter is tilted and is de5 signed primarily for use upon engines for trucks
used ‘for hauling and dumping grain or the like
from being drained from the ?oat ' chamber
under circumstances, where the truck is driven“
through the pipe 8 into the intake manifold.
upon a ramp or lift for the purpose of accom-
When in this inclined position fuel will be al
plishing the dumping action.
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front end of the truck is elevated, as by mounte
ing_.an inclined surface the fuel from ‘the ?oat
chamber will pass therefrom through the pipev
l0 into the reservoir I l and thus prevent the fuel 5
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lowed to continue through the pipe 8 into the in
A further object is to provide an anti-?ooding
attachment of this character of simple and prac-
take manifold during the normal operation of 10
the engine and when the truck‘is returned to its
tical construction which may be mounted in op-
normal level condition the fuel from the res- '
eratlve position upon the engine without neces- ervoir II will be drained back into the ?oat
sitating any material changes in construction chamber in a manner as will be readily apparent.
15 thereof, ‘which is‘ efhcient and reliable‘ in opera- ‘
It is believed the details of construction and 15
' tion and otherwise well adapted for the purposes manner of operation of the device will be readily
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understood from the foregoing without further
Other objects'and advantages reside in the de-_
detailed explanation.
tails of construction as more fully hereinafter
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The present embodiment of the invention has
20 described and claimed, reference being had to been described in considerable detail merely for 20
the accompanying drawing forming part hereof, the purposes of exempli?cation since in actual
wherein like numerals refer to like parts. practice it attains the features of advantage
throughout and in which:
enumerated as desirable in the statement of the
Figure l. is a side elevational view of a car-
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invention and the above description.
What is claimed is:—
position with respect thereto.
1. An anti-?ooding attachment for carburetors
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Figure 2 is a top plan view of the anti-?ooding
reservoir.
Referring
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buretor showing the‘ anti-?ooding attachment in
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comprising a normally empty fuel reservoir sup
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ported rearwardly of. the ?oat chamber of the _
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carburetor and - normally above the horizontal '
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30 wherein for the purpose of illustration I have
disclosed a preferred embodiment of the inven-
plane of the. level of fuel in the ?oat chamber 30
said reservoir having a capacity substantially
tion the numeral 5 designates an‘ internal com-
equal to that of the ?oat chamber and a drain - ~
bustion engine having an intake manifold 6 com-
pipe connecting said ‘?oat “chamber with the res-,
municating therewith, to the front side of which
ervoir for draining fuel from the‘ float chamber
35 is secured the ?oat chamber 1 of va carburetor‘ into ‘the reservoir when the ?oat chamber is 35
having communication with the intake manifold
by a pipe 8.
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In carrying out the present invention the bottom portion of the ?oat chamber 1 is provided
tilted above the plane of the reservoir.
2. An anti-?ooding attachment for carburetors
comprising a normally empty fuel reservoir sup
ported rearwardly ofv the ?oat chamber of the
40 with an opening to which is attached a pipe " carburetor and normally above the horizontal 40
nipple 9 having a copper or ?exible tube_ l0 con- plane of the level of fuel" in the ?oat chamber
nectedthereto, said tube communicating with a I said reservoir having a capacity substantially
tank or reservoir ll supported upon a bracket equal to that of the ?oat chamber and a drain
l2 attached to the intake manifold 6. The upper pipe connecting said ?oat chamber with the res- .
i 45 portion of the tank‘ II. is provided with an air ‘ ervoir for draining fuel from the ?oat chamber 45
vent I: as will be apparent from an inspection
- of Fig. l of the drawing the reservoir II is sup—
ported in a position slightly above the horizontal
into the reservoir when the float chamber is tilted
above the plane of the reservoir,,and an air vent
in the upper portion of said reservoir.
plane of the normal fuel level in the ?oat cham-
50 her ‘i and in a position re'arwardly with respect
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