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March 8l, 1938-
L. H. HOSBEIN
* 2,110,419`
FURNACE WALL CONSTRUCTION
Filed June 24, 1956
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‘ Patented Mar. 8, 1938
UNITED STATES PATENT oFElcE
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' FUaNAcE 'WALL coNs'raUc'rIoN
Louis H. Hosbein, Glencoe, lll., asslgnor to M. H.
Detrick Company, Chicago, Ill., a corporation
of Delaware
Application June 24, 1336, Serial No. 86,975
15 Claims. (Cl. ‘l2-401)
This invention relates to improvements in the such wall, the section being taken on approxi
construction of furnace walls of the type wherein' mately line 2-2 of Fig.> 1;
Fig. 3 is a side elevational view of a slab-re
the furnace chamber wall is formed of refractory
taining member employed in the wall construc
blocks or tiles which are supported on an external
5 metallic framework.
One of the objects vof the present invention is
the provision df an improved construction for
supporting the wall in sections upon the metallic
framework in such fashion that the refractory
10 blocks and tiles which make up the sectionsare
retained in proper position and may be assembled
tion;
of Fig. 1; -
. Fig. 5 is a detail showing a section at line 5-5
of Fig. l; and
heat through the wall.
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A particular object is the provision of a con
struction wherein the refractory wall may be
effectively insulated for the purpose of avoiding
2-0 loss of heat, and which is particularly adapted to
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Fig. 6 is a face view ‘of a refractory block tile
employed in the construction.
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An understanding of the invention will be most
quickly had from a detailed explanation of the
construction here illustrated, which will now be
)inV the wall structure, and removed therefrom
" for purpose of replacement, with facility.
Another object is the provision of a construc
15 tion which will be effective to minimize loss of
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Fig. 4 is la detail-showing a section at line 4_4
described.
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The principal load-carrying members of the
wall structure are columns I0, which are struc
tural v steel members preferably of I-eross-sec
tional form. These are arranged in upright posi
tion at intervals along and exterior of the furnace 20
, facilitate the assembly of the construction and , chamber and have suitable foundation support
at their lower ends. To the inner ñanges Illa of '
also the removal and replacement of the insula
tion and the wall refractories for purposes of in
spection or repair.
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VYet another object is the provision of an im
proved construction wherein-an external sheath
ing o'f plate or sheet sections is carried on the
metallic framework in such fashion as to consti
tute an effective external covering or ñnish
30 sheathing which may be assembled with facility
and dismounted sectionally to afford access to the
insulation and the wall refractories and the mem
bers whereby they are supported on the metallic
supporting members. ,
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' Other and further objects of the invention will
- be pointedl out or indicated hereinafter or will be
apparent to one skilled in the art upon an under
standing of the invention or its employment -in
use.
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For purpose of aiding in an explanation of the
the column members I0 are secured transverse
frame members il, which extend horizontally
from one column member to another. These 25
transverse frame members are made of a suitable
heat resistant material. such as cast iron, and are
provided with top and bottom flanges extending
both inwardly and outwardly, and also with4 an
upwardly extending bracket-retaining flange I Ia.
They are mountedf-on the ilanges Illa of the col
umn members bymeans of bolts I2 which pass
through said iianges, and they are provided with
bolt holes IIb at intervals along their length.
Each adjacent pair of column menibers thus sup
ports a plurality of transverse frame members I I
one above another at the side toward the furnaceY
chamber.
On each of the transverse frame members I I is
mounted a series of brackets or'hangers Il, which
are made of a suitable strong heat resistant ma-`forming a part of this specification. and herein ` terial such as cast iron. Each hanger comprises
after describe, one form of structure in which the a plate-like body Portion having a hook I5 adapt
ed to engagethe outer side of the flange IIa and
invention may be embodied.- _It is to be under
45 stood, however, that this is presented merely for rest on top of the horizontal supporting member 45
II. The body portion also has a foot I6 adapted
purpose of illustration and hence is not to be
construed in any fashion calculated to limit the to abut the inwardly extending iiange at the
lower edge of the frame member lI. 'I_‘hus theappended claims short of the true and most com
bracket is supported in upright position on the
prehensive scope of the invention in the art.
transverse frame member. 'I'he ~body member 50
In said drawing
50
extends for a distance inwardly from the trans
Fig. 1 is an exterior elevational view of a por
tion of a -furnace' wall, some of the parts being verse frame member and is formed with a -down
shown in section and some of the parts being wardly extended arm I1 and a narrow laterally ..
invention I show in the'accompanying drawing
_ broken away to show interior parts;
Fig. 2 is a sectional view through a portion of
projecting shelf Il at each side. At its inner .
margin the body portion and leg I‘l are provided 55 i
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with laterally extending lugs I9, 2li, 2|, and 22projecting from each side.
The lugs |9 and 2|
are in alignment with one another longitudinally
of the body portion, while the lugs 20 and 22 are
likewise in alignment with each other but offset
inwardly of the body portion from the- aligned
lugs I9 and 2|. These brackets, supported on
the transverse frame members || as above de
ber, I provide slabs 39 and 3| of insulating maie
Irial.
These slabs are of size convenient for
handling, the slabs 30 preferably being of a height
corresponding to the vertical spacing of the
brackets i4 and of a width corresponding to the 6
horizontal spacing of said brackets, and the tiles
3| preferably being of a height corresponding
to the height of the body portion of the brackets
V Y scribed, are arranged with those on one frame
and of a width corresponding to the horizontal
10 member in verticalalignment with those on the ' spacing of the brackets.~ 'I'he slabs are placed 10
subjacent or superjacent frame member.
against the outer ends of the wall refractories, the
The refractory wall is- built up of refractory
tiles which, for the most part, may be of the
form shown in Fig. 6, with series of projections
15 24 and seats 25 on portions oi' their top, bottom
and side faces. Adjacent their outer ends these
tiles, which are designated by the numeral 23 in
Fig.’2, are provided with lateral grooves 26 and
26a, the width of said grooves being but slightly
20 in excess of the overall distance between the _re
slabs 39 resting at their lower ends on top of the
brackets and the slabs 3| being disposed between
the brackets and resting on top of the slabs 3l.
vThe slabs are retained in place against the wall 15
refractories by holders 32.' These are rigid plate
like members and may be made of cast iron.
They are somewhat longer than the slabsJl, and
on their backs or outer sides have wedge-shaped
projections 32a. 'I'hese slab holders are inserted 20
downwardly between the transverse frame mem
mote vertical sides of the bracket lugs 2li and 2|.
The arrangement of the refractories and brack _bers || and the slabs, each holder overlapping
ets is in general the same as that shown and de
three of the vertically associated slabs, and the
scribed in my copending application Serial No. wedge member 32a engaging the frame member'
25 26,766, illed June 15, 1935 for Furnace. construc
||. Accordingly, the holding member may be 25
tion. The horizontally associated brackets I4 are
spaced at intervals corresponding to the width of
` two of the tiles 23 and eachhorizontal row of
brackets supports a wall section independently
At the'bottom of each
section is a row of base tiles 21, each of which
is of sumcient width to span the distance between
two of the brackets, its sides resting on the
shelves I8 thereof. The tiles 21 are grooved at
30 of the section below it.
35 their sides, said grooves accommodating the lugs
20 and Ylowermost lugs 2| of the brackets. The
lug 20 contacts one vside of the tile groove and
the lug 2| the opposite side, and thereby the tile
2| is retained against tilting, its inner end por
40 tion projecting for a substantial distance inward
ly from the brackets. - 'I'he lowermost course of
tiles 23 is laid on the tiles 21, said tiles being
arranged in pairs between the adjacent brackets,
the groove 26 of one tile-of the pair being en
45 gaged with the lug 22 and the intermediate lug
driven down to such an extent as may be neces»
sary to hold the slabs against the outer ends 'of
the wall refractories. '
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To provide an outside finish sheathing or cas
ing and an insulating dead air space, I employ
a plurality of sheet or plate sections 3l. These
are somewhat wider than the distance between
the flanges Ilia of juxtaposed column members,
and somewhat shorter than the vertical distance
between the bolts i2. For mounting them in
place, I place‘bolts 35 in the bolt holes IIb oi' the
transverse frame members, securing them in
place by nuts 36. The sheet sections 3l are in- y
serted between the`adjacent column members
until their lateral marginal portions come to rest 40
upon the ñanges Illa, their lower margins being`
supported on the bolts 3l. Batten strips 31
which are punched to receive the bolts 3l are then
threaded -thereon in overlapping relationship to
the marginal portions of the adjacent sheet sec
tions 34. Batten clamps 33 are provided, each
being shaped to accommodate the end, portion
2| of one of the brackets, and the groove 26a
of the other tile of the pair being likewise Ven
gaged with those lugs of the adjacent bracket.
'I'he tiles 2| extendinwardly for- a substantial
distance beyond the inner ends of the base tiles
21, and they are retained against tilting by en
oi' `a batten strip 31 and to fit against the nange
Ita and web Ilib of the column member and also
being-apertured .to accommodate a bolt i2. Angu
lar sheet clamps 39 are provided, same being
gagement of the lugs 22 and 2| with opposite
shaped in conformity with the angular relation
sides of the tile grooves. The section is then " ship of the ñange and web of the column member, '
built on upwardly with additional courses -of tiles- and being apertured for accommodation of the
23 arranged as described in the above mentioned bolt 40. One or more of the sheet clamps 3l are
copending application, some ofthe tiles in the disposed at each lateral margin of a sheet section,
upper courses of the section being engaged with ‘ 3l, the web of the columnmember being punched
the lugs I9 of the superjacent brackets, and the
projections and seats of thetiles in one course be
ing intermeshed with those of the tilesl in’sub-4
jacent and superjacent courses. At the top of the
section short tiles 23 ?ll the space between the
inner ends of the base tiles 21 and the inner ends
of the .tiles 23', and îlayers of refractory joint
packing material 19 are interposed ‘between the
uppermost tiles in 'one section and the lowermost
tiles of the superjacent section to seal the joint
and allow for vertical expansion. By virtue of the
„to accommodate the bolt 4|).
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It will be appreciated that _the flanges of struc
tural steel members, such as I-beams, are,‘customarilythinner at their margins than at the
web, 'and consequently that their inner surfaces
"are not at right angles to the web. The plate
engaging faces of the batten clamps 33 andvsheet
yclamps 39ste shaped to correspond to this bevel
of the inner faces of the flanges ,|la. lAccord
ingly, when the nuts on the bolts l2 and Il are
set up tightly against the clamps, the «marginal
70 intermeshing engagement of the ti‘les and the~ portions of the sheet section will be pressed into
' anchorage, connection of some of them-with
brackets, the inner and outer ends of the tiles
tight engagement with the flanges lla. with the
result that the sheet sections, and also the bat
are retained in alignment vertically.
>tens 31 when the nuts are set up on the bolts 3l, `
To insulate the refractory wall for the purpose will be given a slight inward camber. Thus the
margins of the sheet sections will be tightly
75 of preventing loss of heat from the furnace cham
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clamped against the column flanges I 0a and be
tween batten strips and the flanges of the trans
8. In a furnace wall, a structure as specified
in claim 4 and-wherein the insulating slabs are
verse frame members Il, with the result that the
casing or sheathing will be very tightand prevent
any substantial infiltration of air into the space
between the sheathing and the insulating slabs.
arrangedend to end and side by side and respec
tive slab holders have retentive engagement with
Thus this space may constitute a dead air space
in claim 1 and including also a sheet sheathing
secured to the upright members in spaced rela
tionship to the insulating slabs to afford an inter
which will afford additional heat insulation for
the refractory wall. If desired, instead of utiliz
10 ing this space as a dead air space, it may be
a plurality of slabs.
9. In a furnace wall, a structure as specified
vening air space.
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10. In a furnace wall, a structure as speciñed
utilized for a controlled circulation of air.
From the foregoing it will be appreciated that
in claim 1 and wherein sheet panels are retained
the construction is one which provides very ef--- by the upright members to form a. sheathing in
Ai’ective insulation for the refractory wall', but at spaced relation to the insulating slabs and fas-tening means for said panels are secured to the
15 the same time permits the structure to be assem
bled with facility and admits of parts being
readily vremoved and replaced for purposes of
transverse frame members.
inspection or incident toy replacement of refrac
supporting members arranged in spaced rela.
tionship and having laterally extending ñanges at
tories. The sheathing panels and the insulating
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11. In a furnace wall, in combination, upright
and the manner'in which they are mounted and
their inner sides, a refractory wall supported by
said upright supporting members in inwardly
secured in- place permits their being'demounted
spaced relationship thereto, sheet panels disposed
20 slabs are of sizes which can be handled easily,
and re-assembled intact.
What >I claim is:
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1. In a furnace wall, in combination, spaced
one above another with their lateral margins
overlapping the outer surfaces of laterally ex
tending iianges of adjacent upright members,
upright members, transverse frame members . batten strip overlappingthe adjacent margins
of vertically adjacent panels, and clamp mem
supported laterally on said upright members, re
fractories supported by said transverse- frame bers bolted to said laterally extending flanges
members to form a furnace chamber wall spaced and cooperating therewith to clamp the ends of
30 laterally therefrom, removable heat insulating- the hatten strips and marginal portions of the
panels between said flanges and said clamp mem
slabs applied to the outer surface ofl said refrac
bers, said panels and batten strips forming a
tories, and slab holders retained by said trans
verse frame members and holdingy the slabs sheathing spaced outwardly from> the refractory
wall to afford an intervening air space.
against the refractories.
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12. In a furnace wall, a structureas speciñed
2. In a furnace wall, a- structure as specified
in claim 1 and wherein some of the insulating in claim 1l and including transverse frame mem
slabs are interposed between the refractories and
the transverse frame members.
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3. In a furnace wall, a structure as specified
in claim 1 and wherein the insulating slabs are
disposed one on top of another and respective
slab holders have retentive engagement with a
plurality of slabs.
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13. In a furnace wall, a structure as specified
in claim 11 and wherein the outer surfaces of said
laterally extending flanges are oblique to the plane
ported laterally on said upright members, brack
ets supported on said transverse frame members,
refractories supported by said brackets to form
a furnace chamber wall spaced laterally from
the transverse frame members, demountable heat
insulating slabs applied to the outer surfaces of
said refractories, and slab holders retained by
said transverse frame members and holding the
slabs against the refractories.
gins of the panels against said flanges gives the
5. In a furnace wall, a structure as specified
in claim 4 and wherein the brackets have anchor
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bers and supporting sections of the refractory
Wall, and fastening ymembers secured to said
transverse frame members` at intervals lengthwise
thereof and securing the hatten-strips thereto.
4. In a furnace wall, in combination, spaced
45 upright members, transverse frame members sup
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bers connected to the flanges of the upright mem
ingv engagement with some of the refractories to
retain them against movement inwardly away
from the transverse frame members.
of the wall and the clamping of the opposite mar
panels an inwardly bowed form.
14. In a furnace wall, a structure as specified
in claim 11 and wherein said upright members >
have webs extending outwardly from said later
ally extending flanges, and sheet clamps are
bolted to said webs between vertically adjacent _
clamp members and’clamp lateral marginal por
tions of said panels against the outer surfaces
of said ñanges.
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15. In a furnace wall, in combination, a brack
et having an upright body portion with a later
ally projecting shelf, laterally projecting lugs on
said body portion disposed at diiïerent distances
- ing engagement with some of the refractories to
above said shelf, the lower -lug being oiïset in
wardly of the wall relative to the superjacent lug,
and a refractory tile disposed in overlapping re
retain them against movement inwardly away
lationship to said shelf, said tile having, a slot '
from the transverse frame members and the slab
accommodating said lugs, the lower lug engaging
the _inward wall of the s_lot and the upper lug
engaging the outward wall of the slot, whereby
the tile is retained against tilting inwardly. '
6. In a furnace wall, a structure as specified
in claim 4 and wherein the brackets have anchor
65 holders have wedging cooperation with the trans
verse frame members and slabs.
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'7. In a furnace wall, a structure as speciñed
in claim 4 and wherein some of the insulating
slabs are' interposed between »the refractories and
the transverse frame members.
LOUIS H. HOSBEIN.
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