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March 1, 1938.
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KUESRATH
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VICTOR W KLIESRFITH
ATTORNEY.
named Mar. 1, 193a .
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IUNlTED STATES
PATENT ‘OFFICE
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Victor W. Kliesrath, South Bend, Ind., assignor
to International Engineering Corporation, Chi
cago, 111., a- corporation of Illinois
Application July 15, 1935, Serial No. 31,540
3 Claims. (01. 5-334)
This invention relates to covers and more par
ticularly to bed covers in which a heat transfer
medium is circulated.
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It is desirable to be able to control the tem
S perature of a ‘person in bed in order to provide
comfortable ‘conditions for sleeping during either
extremely hot or extremely cold weather or in the
treatment of diseases, for example in hospitals.
If the temperature of the whole room is controlled
0 a large volume of air must be conditioned requir
ing large expensive machinery and leading to high
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indicated generally at l0 and made up of an
upper layer l2 (Figure 6) of heat insulating ma
terial such as a wool blanket and a lower layer M
of heat conducting material such as a relatively
thin sheet of cotton, linen, silk or the like. The
two layers are spaced by a suitable ?lling ma
terial l6 such as loose cotton and a ?exible con
duit l8 of rubber or other suitable material is
located in the ?lling material between the two
layers.
The conduit I8 is connected to a refrigerating
operating costs. It is accordingly one of the ob ' unit 20 of any desired type and which includes
jects of the invention to provide a cover by which the usual condenser coil and compressing means.
the temperature of a person in bed may be main
Refrigerant under pressure is discharged from the
3 tained at the desired value without requiring con— unit 20 through a regulating valve 22 and ex 15
trolling the temperature of a large space.
' pands in the conduit l8 absorbing heat there
Another object is to provide a cover which is from and is returned from the conduit l8 to be *
cooled to cool a person using it.
recompressed and condensed in the usual manner.
Another object is to vprovide a cover which is
Thus the quilt I 0 will be cooled and will cool
i connected to a source of cooling medium to cir
a person using it without requiring cooling of the 20
culate cooling medium through the cover.
entire room. In use, the quilt is placed with the
According to one desirable arrangement, the layer M of heat conducting material adjacent
above and other objects are produced by a cover the body of the user to permit the ready trans
including a layer of heat insulating material and fer of heat from the user's body to the conduit
i a layer of heat conducting material arranged with l8 and with the insulating layer l2 on the out
means therebetween to circulate a heat transfer side to retard the transfer of heat from the
medium. The heat transfer medium may be a outside to the refrigerant.
warm ?uid or a cooling medium such as a re
Figures 2 and 3 illustrate a modi?cation of the
frigerant supplied by the usual compressor or may arrangement of Figure l in which both the
be air which is cooled by contact with a cooling evaporating cooling coil and the condensing coil
coil. In case air is used, it maybe circulated are embedded in the quilt. In this modi?cation
through a closed circuit or it may be discharged a heat insulating layer 24 extends along the top
from the cover to pass over the body of the person of the quilt over that portion in which the cooling
using the cover.
coil 26 is embedded and along the bottom of the
Other objects, advantages and novel features quilt under that portion in which the condensing
will be apparent from the following description coil 28 is embedded. The bottom of the quilt is
when taken in connection with the accompanying covered with a suitable heat conducting layer 30
drawings, in which:.
and the spaces between the convolutions of the
Figure l is a perspective view with parts broken cooling coil are ?lled with suitable ?lling material
away of a cover embodying the invention;
32. The upper surface of the quilt over the con
Figure 2 is a view similar to Figure 1 of a modi
densing coil 28 is covered with a cloth cover 34
?ed form of cover;
to permit the transfer of heat from the coil to the
Figure 3 is a transverse section of the cover of atmosphere of the room.
Figure 2;
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A suitable motor driven compressor 36 has its
Figure 4 is a diagrammatic view illustrating inlet connected to the cooling coil 26 and its
a further modi?cation;
outlet connected to the condensing coil 28, the
Figure 5 is a diagrammatic view illustrating two coils being connected by an expansion valve
an arrangement in which air is circulated;
38. Refrigerant from the cooling coil 26 is com
Figure 6 is a transverse section through the pressed in the compressor 36, condensed in the
cover of Figures 1, 4, and 5;
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coil 28‘ and expanded through valve 38 into the
Figure 7 is a view illustrating another modi?ca
coil 26 to absorb heat therefrom.
tion, and
Figure 4 illustrates a modi?ed arrangement in
Figure 8 is a transverse section of the cover of which a quilt l0 having a cooling coil l8 iden
Figure '7.
tical with that of Figures 1 and 6 is employed.
The cover of Figure 1 is shown as being a quilt vIn'this arrangement one end of the coil I8 is 55
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open to the atmosphere and the other end is
connected through a regulating valve 40 with a
tank 42 of compressed gas such as CO2. Com
pressed gas from the tank 42 passes through the
valve 40 and expands in the coil l8 in'quilt II)
to absorb heat therefrom and is then discharged
I into the atmosphere.
Figure 5 illustrates a further modi?cation em
ploying a quilt l0 having a coil or conduit l8
10 identical with that of Figures 1, 4, and 6. In this
modi?cation the ends of the coil 18 are con
nected to a box 44 through which air is circu
have been shown and described, it will be ap
parent that many changes might be made there
in and it is not my intention to be limited to
any of the forms shown or otherwise than by the
terms of the appended claims.
What is claimed is:
1. A bed cover comprising a layer of heat in
sulating material, an evaporator coil secured'on
one side of said material, a condenser coil se
cured on the other side of said material beside 10
but not'overlying said evaporator coil, an ex
pansion valve connecting said coils, and a com
pressor having its inlet connected to said evap
orator coil and its outlet connected to said con
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denser coii. '
2. A cover comprising a layer of heat insulat
lated by a blower 46-. A cooling coil 48 is mount
ed in the box 44 and is connected to be supplied
15 with refrigerant by a refrigerating unit 50 to cool,
air circulating through the box.
According to this construction cool air only _ ing material, an evaporator coil secured to one
is circulated through the quilt thus reducing the side of said layer, a layer of- heat transfer mate
rial on the other side of said coil from the heat
weight of the quilt and eliminating any possibil
insulating layer,'a condenser coil secured to the
ity
of
refrigerant
escaping
from
the
cooling
coil
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other side of said heat insulating layer from the
I8.
,
Figures 7 and 8 illustrate a quilt formed with evaporator coil, an expansion valve connecting
an upper layer 52 of insulating material and a said coils, a layer of heat transfer material on
lower layer 54 of porous heat conducting mate i the side of said condenser coil opposite the heat
rial with a relatively ?at bag-56 of rubber or insulating layer, and a compressor having its in
other ?exible ‘material therebetween; The bag let connected to the evaporator coil and its out
‘56 is provided with a plurality of openings 58 let connected to said condenser coil.
3. A ‘cover comprising a ?exible layer of heat
in its lower surface and with an‘ inlet conduit 60
through which air is forced bya blower 62.
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The inlet of the blower 62 is connected to a
box 64 having an inlet 66 opening into the at
mosphere. A refrigerating unit 68 has an evap
orator coil 10 mounted in the box 64 to cool air
passing therethrough.
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insulating material, a ?exible rubber tube form
ing an evaporator coil and secured to one side of
saidlayer, a layer of heat transfer material on
the other side of said coil from the heat insulat
ing layer, a ?exible tube forming a condenser coil
secured to the other side of said heat insulating
In use of the arrangement of Figures 7 and 8, layer from the evaporator coil, an expansion
air drawn into the inlet 66 is cooled by passing valve connecting said coils, a layer of heat trans
over the coil 10 and is forced through the con , fer material on the other side of said condenser
coil from the heat insulating layer, and a com
duit 60 into the bag 56 and out through the open
lugs 58. Thus the cooled air from the bag 55 pressor having its inlet connected to the evap
orator coil and its outlet connected to ‘said con
40 passes over the user providing both cooling and
denser coil.
ventilation.
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VICTOR W. KLIESRATH.
While several embodiments of the invention
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