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April 26, 1938.
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J. BERNSTEIN
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TRANSPORT TANK MOUNTING
Filed Nov. 10, 1936
Y 2,115,248
Patented Apr. 26, 1938
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE f
2,115,248
TRANSPORT‘ TANK MOUNTING '
Jacob Bernstein, ‘Omaha, Nebr.
Application November 10, 1936, Serial No. 110,103
6 Claims.‘
An object of my invention is to provide a transf-v
port tank mounting of simple; durable and in
expensive
construction.
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A further object is to provide a practical con
5 struction for mounting a transport tank, such as
the one shown in my co-pending application,
Serial Number 86,331, ?led June 20, 1936, on a
vehicle chassis.
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Still a further object is to provide a mount
10 ing in the form of positioning ?anges which re
inforce the tank at ‘the point of support, and
supporting'?anges which are connected with the
tops of frame members of a vehicle chassis, the
positioning ?anges being interposed between the
(01. 2s0--5)
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of the tank “5 and these may be ?anges of an
gles, the other ?anges of which are indicated at
2B. The ?anges 26 are secured to the tank bot
tom preferably by welding. Supporting ?anges
22 are secured to the positioning ?anges l8 and
extend laterally therefrom. These are located
above the lower edges of the positioning ?anges
l8 and are preferably welded to the ?anges l8.
Gusset ?anges 24 are welded between the
?anges 20 and 22 and located at spaced points ‘3
as illustrated in Figure 1. These ‘are formed of
plate material bent U-shape as shown in Fig
ure 4, with their open ends against the posi
tioning ?anges 18. By locating the ?anges 22
16 frame‘ members to eliminate any lateral shift
above the lower edges of the ?anges l8, the
ing of the tank relative to the chassis.
‘ ?anges 18 may be positioned between the chassis
A further object is, to provide a mounting‘ frame members It] and will thus eliminate any
means which includes gusset ?anges for further lateral shifting of the tank I6 relative to the
reinforcing the mounting means to eliminate frame members It].
The arrangement of the parts and assembly
2 O any collapse thereof when the tank is ?lled.
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With these and other objects in view, my in
is such that the mounting means and the tank
vention consists in the construction, arrange
are removable as a unit relative to the chassis,
ment and combination of the various parts of and may readily be secured to the chassis as
the device, whereby the objects contemplated are
25 attained, as hereinafter more fully set forth,
pointed out in my claims, and illustrated in the
accompanying drawing, in which:
Figure 1 is a side elevation of a transport tank
showing my mounting means associated there
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with.
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Figure 2 is an enlarged sectional view on the
Figure 3 is an enlarged side elevation of a
portion of the mounting means.
Figure 4 is a sectional view on the line 4-4
of Figure 3; and
Figure 5 is an enlarged sectional view of the
portion of Figure 2 within the circle 5 to show
the construction in greater detail.
On the accompanying drawing I have used
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the reference numeral ID to indicate a chassis
frame member. Two of the members it] are
provided and they are spaced from each other
as shown in Figure 2. The rear ends of the
45 frame members are supported by wheels [2 while
the front ends thereof are arranged at a higher
elevation as indicated at It)’ and are provided
with a king pin M for connection with a truck
tractor.
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22 and extending through them and through the 25
upper ?anges of the frame members It).
I provide the elements l8 to24 for mounting
onv the frame members [0, while similar members
I8’ to 24’ are mounted on the frame mem
bers H)’.
line 2-2 of Figure 1.
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by bolts 26 spaced along the supporting ?anges
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The transport tank is indicated by the refer
ence numeral l6 and this may be of any cross
sectional shape desired, the shape disclosed in
my co-pending application being illustrated.
My mounting means includes positioning
65 ?anges I 8 secured longitudinally to the bottom
,
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Some changes may be made in the construc
tion and arrangement of the parts of my device
without departing from the real spirit and pur
pose of my invention, and it is my intention to
cover by my claims any modi?ed forms of struc 35
ture or use of mechanical equivalents, which may
be reasonably included within their scope.
I claim as my invention:
1. In a transport tank mounting, a pair of
angle bars secured longitudinally to a cylindri 40
cal tank in spaced relation to each other, support~
ing ?anges secured to the ?anges of saidangle
bars which extend away-.from said tank, said sup
porting ?anges being positioned onspaced frame
members of a vehicle chassis with said ?anges 45
of said angle bars extending downwardly below
the lower faces of said supporting ?anges and
terminating below the tops of said frame mem
bers for thereby preventing lateral movement of
said tank relative to said vehicle chassis and 50
gusset ?anges spaced along said angle bars and
interposed between said tank and said support
ing ?anges.
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2. In a mounting of the class described, a pair
of vertical positioning ?anges secured to the bot
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tom of a cylindrical tank in spaced relation and
extending longitudinally thereof, a pair of hor
‘izontal supporting?anges extending laterally and
outwardly from 7 said positioning ?anges and
spaced above the lower edges thereof and means
for securing said supporting ?anges to the tops
of frame members of a, vehicle chassis with said
, positioning ?anges con?ned between said frame
members to prevent‘ lateral movement of said
10 tank relative to said vehicle chassis.
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3. In a mounting of the class described, a pair
supporting ?anges and interposed between said .
tank and said supporting ?anges.
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5. In a mounting of the class described, a pair
of vertical ?anges secured to the bottom of a cy
lindrical tank'in spaced relation and extending
longitudinally thereof, a pair of horizontal sup
porting ?anges extending laterally from said'i
vertical ?anges, said supporting ?anges being
positioned on spaced frame members of a vehicle
chassis, ?anges depending from said supporting 10
?ange and terminatingbelow“ the tops of said
frame members, and gusset ?anges spaced along
of vertical positioning ?anges secured to the bot
tom of a cylindrical tank in spaced relation and ' said supporting ?anges and interposed between
said tank and said supporting ?anges, said guse
extending longitudinally thereof, a pair of hor
V15 izontal supporting ?anges extending laterally set, ?anges'being U-shaped in cross section with
from said positioning ?anges and spaced above the open side of the U against said vertical
the lower edges'of the positioning ?anges, means
?anges.
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for securing the supporting ?anges to the tops of r ' 6., In a transport tank mounting, a pair of ~
the frame members of a vehicle chassis and angle bars securedlongitudinally to a cylindrical
tank in spaced relation to each other, supporting
?anges and interposed'between said tank and ?anges secured to the ?anges of said angle bars . ‘
which extend away from said tank, said sup? '
said supporting ?anges: said gusset ?anges be 'porting'?anges
being positioned on spaced frame.
20 gusset ?anges spaced along said positioning
ing U-shaped in cross section with the open side
of’ the’ Uagainst said positioning ?anges. j a
1-4. In a mounting of the class described, a pair
of vertical'?anges secured to the bottom of a
cylindrical tank in spaced relation and extending V
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longitudinally thereof, a pair of horizontal sup
porting ?anges extending laterally from said ver->
members'of a vehicle chassis "with said (?anges
of said angle bars extendingydownwardlvy‘below
the lower faces of said supporting ?anges'and '
terminating below the tops'of saidframe meme, _
bers for thereby preventing lateral. movement-of
said tank relative to saidvehicle-chassis and
gusset ?anges spa'ced'along said angle barsand
tical ?anges; said supporting ?anges being posi-r interposed between said tank and said supporting
'tioned- on spaced frame members of a vehicle’ ?anges, said gusset ?angesbeing U-shaped-in
chassis, ?anges depending from said supporting cross section with the open side of the U against
?anges and terminating below the tops of said
members, and gusset'?anges spaced along said
said ?anges of said angle bar.
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JACOB BERNSTEIN.
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