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April 26, 1938. |__ c_ sMlTH v 7 2,115,288 AIR CONDITIONING APPARATUS Filed Oct. 3, 1936 INVENTOR $0M _ BY ATTORNEYS . _ ' 2,115,288 Patented Apr. 26, 1938 PATEN UNITED STATES OFFICE 2,115,288 AIR CONDITIONING APPARATUS Leonard C. Smith, New York, N. Y., assignor to Heating Ventilating & Air Conditioning 00. Inc., New York, N. Y., a corporation of New York Application October 3, 1936, Serial No. 103,871 1 Claim.‘ (Cl. 62-129) This invention is-directed to the provision of portable air conditioning equipment which is very ef?cient in operation, compact and simple in con conduit 26, the outer end of which may be placed in position in a window opening, for example, and - air is drawn through this conduit into the lower struction and relatively inexpensive in operation. _ chamber 6 of the cabinet I by a fan 2'? which is The accompanying drawing shows an embodi ment of the invention in part sectional elevation. Referring to the drawing in detail, I designates an enclosing cabinet divided by transverse parti tions 2 and 3 into an air conditioning chamber 10 4, a motor and condenser chamber 5 and a com pressor chamber 6. mounted on the drive shaft 28 which connects the compressor It and motor iii. The air which is drawn into the cabinet by this fan is dis charged out of the cabinet after passing over the coils of the condenser ll throughconduit 29. _ The above described device is very simple and 10 inexpensive in construction, the vertical mount The air conditioning chamber 4' is provided , ing of the compressor I 4, its drive motor l6 and with air intake grilles~ 1 formed in the walls of. the. vertical mounting of the separately con the cabinet I and with a discharge throat and 15 air discharge grilles 8 and 9 at the top of the cabinet. _ e Within the air conditioning chamber I provide a set of coiled air conditioning tubes 10, air being drawn into the chamber 4 through the grilles ‘i trolled motor H which drives the air fan It con serving ?oorspace as will be appreciated. It will be appreciated also that by driving the fan II with its own motor l2 the air in which the de vice is located may be‘ circulated without the necessity of running vthe‘compressor It. \ 20 and over and around the conditioning coils or It will be appreciated, furthermore, that by pipes ill by a fan It disposed at the mouth of the throat 8, the air being discharged by the fan through this throat and discharge grilles 9 to providing the fan H with its individual motor I 2 the apparatus can be operated at considerable savingin current consumption as compared with apparatus wherein whenever it is desired to‘ run the fan H when it may not be necessary to run the compressor it both fan and compressor are necessarily driven due to the fact that one motor the room or enclosure in which the cabinet is lo cated. The fan II is driven by a vertically dis 25 posed motor l2 which is within the conditioning chamber 4 and mounted on springs IS on the upper face of the partition 2. . In the lower chamber 6 o! the cabinet is the 30 is employed for driving both. It is to be understood that changes may be‘ made in the details of construction and arrange on spring mounted frame l5, which extends intov ment of parts hereinabove described and illus the intermediate chamber 5 where it supports an trated in the accompanying drawing without de parting from the spirit and scope of my inven electric motor l6. _ g The compressor I l and motor l6 are mounted 35 What I claim is:— ' vertically and in alignment with each other. Air conditioning equipment comprising in com In the chamber 5 and surrounding the motor i6 is an air cooled condenser H. The upper end bination an enclosing casing provided at its up of this condenser is connected by tubing I8 to a per end with an air conditioning chamber, air tank‘ I9 which is connected by tubing 20 to the conditioning coils in said chamber, an electric discharge side of the compressor Hi. The other motor vertically disposed in said chamber, a fan 40 end of the condenser is connected by tubing 2| in said chamber driven by said motor for draw to a tank 22. The tanks l9 and 22 are disposed ing air into said chamber and discharging it therefrom, a compressol?a motor for driving the‘ in the chamber 6 of the cabinet I.‘ The conditioning ?uid which is compressed by same and a condenser in~ said casing below said chamber, said compressor and motor being verti 45 the compressor I4 is forced through the con denser " and liquefied, the liquid passing into cally disposed and in vertical alignment with each other and with said ?rst mentioned motor the tank 22 from which it is forced by the pres sure in the system through the tubing 23 which and fan, said condenser being connected to said conditioning coils, operation of both motors ef extends ‘from the interior of the tank 22 near the bottom thereof upwardly through the cabinet to fecting circulation of conditioning ?uid through 60 the intake end of the conditioning coils III in the said coils and the passage of air into the con-. chamber 4. The tubing 23 is provided with an ditioning chamber about said coils and the dis expansion valve" 24. The conditioning ?uid after charge of conditioned air to the exterior of said casing, the ?rst mentioned motor being operable circulating through the conditioning coils I!) re individually to e?’ect air circulation _ without 5.5 turns to the intake side of the compressor by tub compressor It, the compressor being supported tion. 3 ' 40 45 55 ing 25. The cabinet’! is provided with an air intake . > , conditioning. LEONARD 0. SMITH.