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May 31,` 1938.
B. B. KAHN
2,119,012
sTovE
Filed Feb. 28, 1931
3 Sheets-Sheet 2
. May 31, 193s.
B. B; KAHN
2,119,012
STOVE
Filed Feb. ,28, 1951
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l:s `sheets-sheet s
2,119,012
, Patented-May 31, 1938
UNITED STATES
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PATENT OFFICE
2,119,012
STOVE
Bertrand B. Kahn, Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to
The Estate Stove Company, Hamilton, Ohio, a
corporation of Ohio
Application February 28, 1931, Serial No. 519,211
15 claims.- (ci. 12e-41)
This invention relates to stoves and more par
ticularly to a construction having to do with
dicated by the numeral I2, such material being
of any suitable, known character.
The oven is provided with a slidable and pref- _
One of the principal objects of the invention is , erably removable drawer member which carries
to provide an improved construction in a stove mechanism for supporting the broiler pan or tray 5
ovens therefor.
for facilitating the handling of the foodstuffs;l in vertically adjustable relationship within the
drawer member. This drawer member comprises
and permitting of suitably inspecting, position
ing and handling of the foodstuffs even while a front member forming a closure for the com
partment when the'drawer is in closed position,
the oven is being heated.
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Another object of the invention is to provide and having spaced walls I5 and I6, between
an oven arrangement comprising a slidable which is heat insulating material, and which
drawer containing a food supporting member, forms a closure for the broiler compartment
,
and means for adjusting the food supporting when the drawer member is closed. '
A metal plate I8 is bolted by suitable bolts I9
member vertically independently of the drawer
to the end wall I6 and spaced therefrom a suñî1 ` sliding mechanism.
cient distance to form a compartment housing
. Other objects and advantages of the invention
the
pan elevating mechanism,_the sides and top
will be apparent from the description` thereof
of the plate being bent at right angles to its face
set out below and from the accompanying draw
so that the mechanism is completely enclosed.
ings and the appended claims.
The inner end of the drawer is formed by boltIn the drawings
Fig. 1 is a fragmentary front elevational view ing together two bent sheets of metal 20 and 2|,
of a stove including a preferred embodiment of the former also being provided with right angu
the invention with parts broken away to show larli7 bent side and top portions so that between
them they form an- enclosed compartment for
‘ details of the mechanism;
the pan elevating mechanismI at this end of the
Fig.
2
is
a
horizontal
sectional
view
of
the
l25
removable drawer taken on the line 2-2 of
drawer.
Fig. 3 is a vertical sectional view along the line
3-3 of Fig. 1 showing the oven drawer in closed
position;
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20
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Fig. 4 is a vertical sectional view of the inner
end of the drawer taken on the line 4--4 of Fig.
formed of metal strips 22 which are -bent out
wardly at their upper edge to form a ñange 23
and are bent inwardly at the lower edge 24 to 30
form a supporting portion.
The plate, I8 is y
formed with right angularly bent projections 25
2 showing details of mechanism;
at its lower portion which are attached to the y
Fig. 5 is a partial front elevational view of a
modiñed form of oven;
welding. Likewise the metal sheets' 20 and 2| _35
Fig. ~6 is a partial side elevational view of the
support 24 in a convenient manner such as by
forming the inner end wall of the drawer are
made with right angularly bent projections 26
oven shown in Fig. 5;
and 21 which are also welded to the support 24.'
Fig. 7 is a partial front elevational view of an
- Rollers 28 are -mounted on the vertical portion
other modified form of oven; and
Fig. 8 is a partial side elevational view of the of the strips 22 at the inner end thereof and
40
_form the support for the inner end of the drawer
oven shown in Fig. '7.
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In the drawings, which -illustrate.a preferred member.
A track member is mounted within the oven'
embodiment of the invention, asv incorporated in
a stove, the main body of the stove is designated compartment, this track being shown 'as a strip
by the numeral III, one of the several supporting of metal 30 having a bent over flange 3l which
legs of which is shown at II.. The main body is attached to the interior wall of the broiler
of the stove and the remaining features thereof compartment by suitable means, such as rivets
32, the body portion being thus spaced there
need not be shown to afford a complete disclo
from.
a short distance. This metal stripextends
sure 'of this invention and therefore only a small
fragment'oi the stove body surrounding a single along the compartment wall from the front to
oven, is shown. The legs II are conveniently ` back and the lower portion is bent to form a
» made adjustable in height so that the stove may
be positioned at just the right height for the in
dividual operator. Suitable heat insulating ma
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25
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The sides of the drawer are shallow and are
Fie. 3;
V30
‘
10
terial is provided for exposed oven walls, as in
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45
p
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59
horizontally extending portion 33 which serves
as a track upon which the rollers 28 supporting
the rear end of the drawer ride. „ Beyond the
track portion. 'the strip is again bent downward- 55
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ly at 34 for attachment to the stove framework.
A roller 36 is mounted upon the vertical body
portion of strip 30 and similarly another roller
31 is also mounted upon this strip but positioned
5 closer to the -front of the oven. These two rollers
are in different horizontal planes and so spaced
that there is guiding clearance between them
for the ñange 23 of the drawer. The flange 23
thus serves as both guiding and supporting
10 means for the drawer as it is moved into and
out of _the broiler compartment. This flange is
‘ also provided with an upturned portion 42 at the
extreme inner end of the drawer which serves as
a. stop when it engages the roller 36 in the for
ment imparted to the arm 63 by lever 62 will be
transmitted to and will produce a similar move
ment in arm 64.
.
It will be understood that the thickness of the
parts used in the operating mechanism is neces
sarily restricted to relatively narrow limits inas
much as it is desirable to keep the width of the
compartment formed by plates I6 and I 8 as small
as possible. Therefore the invention also includes
a means for insuring against any possibility of 10
the teeth of the intermeshing faces of arms 63
and 64 slipping out of engagement with each
other. This means comprises I projections 12
formed on each link 62 and so positioned as to
l5 ward position of the drawer. This represents the overlie, on each side, the portion of the gear faces
normal movement ofthe drawer and when in 69, 10 which are in engagement with each other.
this position, the pan is practically clear of the ' This support on each side of the gear teeth eiîec
oven so that it may be readily removed. It will tively insures against any possibility of slippage
be noted that the side walls of the drawer are or of the gears becoming misaligned.
420 quite shallow and that the pan, even in its lower
Slots 14 are formed in plate I8 and are adapted 20
most position, is supported above the side wall to receive projecting lugs 15 formed on pan 16,
and consequently may be easily. grasped at the which lug's rest upon the supporting arms 63, 64.
sides and removed.
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^ When it is desired to withdraw the drawer far
25 ther, the front end
tilted-upwardly to cause the
stop member 42 to be depressed and to clear the
lower surface of roll 36 and then the drawer may
be withdrawn so that the pan will entirely clear
the oven compartment. 'I'he rollers 31 and 28
30 are of such size and are so positioned that the
roller 28 will‘not pass under the roller 31. Conse
quently there is no danger, even when the drawer
has been removed to its extreme outward posi
tion, of having the same fall out of the oven un
35 expectedly.
To completely remove the drawer,
the inner end `thereof is raised so that the roller
28 may be moved over the roller 31, and the en
tire drawer may be withdrawn completely.
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Mounted in the front member of the drawer is
40 a shaft 52 adapted to be rotated in suitable bear
ings 54 and 55 which are formed in the plates I6
and I8 respectively by punching the same and
bending over the edges of the material to form a
bearing surface. A pinion 5I is ñxed to shaft 52
45 by any suitable means and is engaged by a spring `
detent 56 which is mounted upon the bent over
top surface of the sheet I8. This detent yielding
1y engages the teeth of the pinion and serves to
hold the same in any position in which it is left.
50 A large segmental gear 58 is rotatably mounted
upon a shaft 59, which is carried in similarly
formed bearings in both front and rear walls I8
and 20 of the drawer, and which extends the
entire distance between these two walls. The
teeth of this gear are adapted to engage the pin
ion 5|. Projections 60 are formed at each end of
gear 58 to serve as stop members when they abut
against the pinion .55 in either extreme position
60
of the gear.
A lever 6I is ñxed to the shaft 59 within the
compartment formed by plates I6 and I8, and is
pivoted at one end to two operating links 62, one
of these links being placed upon each side of the
lever and spaced apart a predetermined distance.
65 The links 62 in turn are pivoted to one of a pair
of pan supporting arms 63, 64, which in turn
are pivoted at 65, 66 to the plate I8. In order
'I'he slots serve as vertical guides for the pan and
keep it in alignment as it is moved up and down
in response to a raising or lowering movement oi'
arms 63, 64. To provideagainst a possible bend
ing of arms 63 and 64, brackets 11 are mounted
upon the inner surface of plate I8 andl are spaced
therefrom a distance just'suflicient to provide
for the vertical movement of the arms 63, 64 but
will effectively prevent any horizontal movement
or bending of the arms, such as might be caused
by a careless person in forcing the lugs 15 against
the operating arms in positioning the pan within
the drawer.
The mechanism at the inner end of the drawer
is substantially similar to that at the outer end,
with the exception of the operating pinion and
'I'he shaft 58 extends into the
rear wall of the drawer and consequently it is 40
_ segmental gear.
only necessary to provide a lever 8l pivoted to two
operating links A82 which in turn are pivoted to
one of the inner pan supporting arms 83 and 84. ‘ -
These arms are pivoted at 85. 86 to the inner
plate 26 of the inner wall, which is similarly pro
vided with depressions 81, 88 so that the pivot 45
point will not extend into and interfere with the
positioning of the pan. Links,82 are formed with
projections 89 which overlie the intermeshing
gear faces of arms 83 and 84 and perform the
same function as projections 12 at the outer end 50
of the drawer. Reinforcing brackets 9U are also
positioned at the inner end and function in the
same manner as do the brackets 11 at'the outer
end.’ Slots 8| formed in plate 20 provide for guid
ind the pan during its vertical movement.` 4
55
The operation of the pan elevating mechanism
is as follows: In response to ,a turning movement
o_f handle 50, the pinion 5I causes rotation of a
segmental gear 58 which in turn imparts a rota 60
tional movement to the shaft 56. Levers 6I and
8|, ñxed to shaft 59 cause the movement o_f ’the
operating links 62 and 82 respectively, which in
turn cause the arms 63 and 83 to rotate about
pivot points 65 and 85 respectively. In response 65
to this movement, the arms 64 and 84 are likewise `
caused to rotate the same amount about their
that the pivot points shall not extend into the
pivot points 66 and 86 respectively. This causes
oven or interfere with the removal of the pan,
the outer ends of all the arms to move either up
or down, in the same direction, and to the same
degree, Thus the pan, which is supported Vby
lugs 'I5 from the four operating arms, is caused to
70 depressions 61, 68 are formed in plate I8 of such
a depth that the pivots are indented from the
surface of the plate I8. The arms 63 and 64 are
formed with intermeshing gear teeth 69, 10 at
their adjacent ends and thus it is insured that
75 the two arms will move in unison, for any move
30
be raised or lowered, the same amount at
every point and hence'is maintained horizontal
throughoutits'extent of vertical movement.
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In the arrangement just described, the single
justable handle carried by said wall, a pair of
handle 50 serves two purposes. It provides a
adjustable pan supporting arms formed at ad
jacent ends with intermeshing gear faces, and
convenient means for moving the drawer laterally
of the oven and at the same time it comprises the
external means for vertically positioning the
pan. It is of course obvious that these two func
tions are entirely distinct and independent,l and
therefore a modified form of the invention is
illustrated in Figs. 5 and 6 wherein separate
handles |00 and |0| are provided, the former be
ing mounted upon the shaft 52 (not shown) and
adapted to be rotated to vertically po'sition the
pan, and the latter being fixed to the front face
of the stove and used for moving the drawer
15 laterally. The handle |00 is relatively small
and the operator therefore will normally not
attempt to withdraw the drawer by grasping this
handle but will pull the drawer out by means of
the larger handle |0|.
Another modified construction has also been
20
illustrated in Figs. 7 and 8 wherein a dial |04
is mounted upon shaft 52 (not shown), while the
larger handle |05 serves to move the drawer later
ally of the oven. The two handles are positioned
relatively close together as shown so that when it
is desired to move the dial |04 to adjust the pan
vertically, the handle |05 may be used as a con-U
venient rest for the hand so as to make it easier
to turn the dial with one or two ñngers. Suitable
30 indicating means such as a pointer |06 may be
provided on the dial to indicate the position of the
pan elevating mechanism. If desired, the face
of the drawer may be calibrated in terms of the
vertical position of the pan, and thus it is possible
CJ El to position the pan at any desired height, without
opening‘the drawer, by setting'the indicator on'
the dial to the desired point on the scale.
While the form of apparatus herein described
constitutes a preferred embodiment of the inven
40 tion, it is to be understood that the invention is
not limited to this precise form of apparatus, and
that changes may be made therein without de
parting from the scope ofthe invention which is
means establishing an operating .connection be
tween said handle and said arms, including links
pivoted to one of said arms and formed with a
projection adapted to overlap said intermeshing
gear faces in all positions of the latter.
5. A broiler compartment for a range compris
ing aremovable drawer providedwith front and 10
rear hollow walls, pan supporting'arms carried
in said walls, a, broiler pan, and means for ad
justing said arms to vmove said pan vertically in
cluding a rotatable shaft having a pinion, a seg
mental gear meshing with said pinion, a shaft 15
carrying said segmental gear'and extending from
said front to said rear wall, and connections
within said walls for linking said shaft to said
arms.
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6. In a stove of the character described, a 20
broiler compartment and a broiler pan, the com
bination of a drawer having front, rear and side
walls, the front wall forming a closure for said
compartment, the side walls being bent over to
form a flange,` rollers mounted on the walls of 25
said compartment adapted to engage said flange
to provide for -the lateral movement of said
drawer into and out of said compartment, a
handle for said drawer fixed to a shaft carried in
said front Wall, a pinion on said shaft, a seg
mental gear meshing with said pinion, a lever at
tached to said gear, pivoted arms operatively as
sociated with said lever and adapted to raise or
lower said broiling pan in response to a rotating
movement of said handle.
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7. A broiler compartment rfor a range including
an adjustable handle, a pair of pivoted arms
formed with intermeshing gear faces, a broiler
pan supported on said arms, an operating mecha
nism joining said handle to said arms and pro 40
viding for vertically positioning the pan Within
the compartment, and means for insuring inter
meshing relation of said gear faces throughout
the extent Iof their movement.
deñned in the appended claims.
8. In a broiler compartment of a stove, a 45
What is claimed is:
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broiler pan, a pair of pivoted pan supporting arms
1. In a stove having an oven compartment, a
slidable drawer having a hollow front closure and formed at their adjacent ends with intermeshing
gear faces, and means for causing rotation of
a hollow rear supporting wall, a foodstuffs sup
porting pan, and mechanism within said drawer said arms about their pivots to raise or lower
for effecting vertical travel of said pan within said pan, said means also adapted to overlie said 50
the drawer, said mechanism being operably intermeshing gear faces to insure intermeshing
relation thereof atall times.
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mounted within said front closure and rear sup
9. In a broiler compartment of a stove, a pair
porting wall and operable independently of the
of pivoted pan supporting arms formed at their
sliding movement of the drawer.
’2. In a stove having an oven compartment, a adjacent ends with intermeshing gear faces, an 55
enclosing housing for said arms, the walls of said
slidable drawer having a front closure, a food
housing being slotted to form guides, a broiler
stuffs supporting pan, elevating mechanism with
in the drawer for supporting the pan, means for pan provided with lugs extending through said
enclosing said mechanism to prevent access of slots and resting on said arms, and means for
rotating- said arms to vary the positioning of said 60
60 undesired matter thereto, and means carried »
by the drawer and operable from the exterior of pan.
10. In a stove having an oven compartment, a
said closure for actuating said mechanism.
slidable drawer, supporting arms mounted on the
3. In a stove provided with a broiler compart
ment, the combination of a drawer provided with end walls of said drawer and formedat their
adjacent ends with intermeshing gear faces, one 65
a ñange on its side walls, cooperating rollers car
ried by the walls of said compartment. a broiler of said end walls constituting a closure for said
pan, a support for said pan mounted in the hollowA compartment, a broiler member supported on said
end walls of said drawer, and means for adjusting arms, means for adjusting said arms to position
said support, said means being protected against the broiler member vertically within the com
partment, and yieldable means enclosed within 70
70 contact with the food and comprising an operat
one of said end walls for maintaining the broiler `
ing member positioned exteriorly of mid com
member in any selected position.
partment and carried by said drawer.
11. In an oven, a removable unit comprising
4. A broiler compartment for a range compris
ing a removable drawer provided with a. front wall the combination of a vertically adjustable food
supporting member, an oven closure member. ai
forming a~closure for said compartment, an ad
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' and elevating mechanism for raising and lower- -
14. An adjustable broiler for a‘household oven,
ing said food-supporting member, said elevating
mechanism' being completely concealed within
and the like, comprising the combination of a
horizontally slidable oven door, a vertically ad
said oven closure member.`
justable food-supporting rack carried .by said
door, mechanism.- completely concealed within
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.12. In an oven, a removable unit comprising
the combination oi a vertically adjustable food- - said door for vertically moving said rack, and an
supporting member, an -oven closure member, an
elevating mechanism for raising and lowering _said
food-supporting member, and control means po
ii) sitioned exteriorly of said oven closure member
for actuating said elevating mechanism, said ele
vating mechanism being completely concealed
within said oven closure member.
13. An adjustable broiler for a household oven,
and the like, comprising the combination of a
horizontally slidable oven door, a vertically ad
justable food-supporting rack carried by said
door, and mechanism completely _concealed with
in said door for vertically moving said rack.
operating handle on the exterior of said door and
connected to said mechanism.
15. In a stove having an oven compartment,
a drawer slidably mounted in'saîd compartment,
a icodstuiïs supporting pan, elevating mechanism
carried by said drawer and supporting said pan
and means carried by said drawer enclosing said
elevating mechanism to prevent access of un
desirable matter thereto.
BER'I'RAND B. KAHN.
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