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May 31, 1938. _ ' 2,119,215 ' R. M. PARSONS SUPPORT FOR LIQUID TREATING VESSELS Original Filed March 2, 1935 ' ' INVENTOR ?zz/14km. Parsons BY )azféa "ORNEY ‘ ' Between” 31,1933 . ” _"_'z,119,215"1v 7 PATENT’ ore-Ice _ * ‘ Yuiu'rso STATES L '- "2,119,215 _ ‘ .~ _. sUrron-r 'roa mourn TaEa'rmgyEssELs ,Ralph M. Parsons, cmeago. Ill., assignor to The Ralph M. Parsons 0ompany,‘ Chicago,‘ 111., a corporation of .Delaware Original application March» 2, 1935', Serial No. ' ‘ 8,989,' now Patent‘ NC» 2,079,333}, dated May 4,1937. -' Divided and this application July 20, 1936, Serial N0. 91,470 . ‘1 ‘ - x (Cl. 248-146) This invention relates to ‘a support 'forf'a. liquid --the tubular member i2’ to the outer surface oi!_ ‘ treating vessel and more particularly to a sup port for a heavy vessel of the-type used in oil cracking plants. - 5‘ \ '- i " ' This application is a division of my copending _ the vessel Ill to enclose the assembly and to in- ’ crease the strength thereof; I ~ All of the joints of the various plates tov the tubular‘ member I2 and to the wall of the .vessel ‘ ' I ' application, Serial No. 8,989, ?led March 2, 1935, ID are preferably butt-welded so as to form a _ j for Liquid treating vessel and support therefor ‘ rigid mounting for the legs. ‘ _The various plates which ‘application became Patent 2,079,333,v dated form, ineffect, an open box or truss, the edges of.which may readily be secured‘ to the vessel and An object of, the invention-is‘ to provide a sim which is adapted to support me weight of the 10 v'ple, rigid, 'dependableand economical support of e vessel rwlthout distortion. The". vessel may be the above ‘ type. t _ . constructed at the factory with the~legs II’, at Another object‘ is to provide a support ‘which tached thereto, so that the amount 01' construe‘May 4, 1937. _ _ ‘ r - ' " e . may be attached tolthe vessel at the factory and ‘ 15 which facilitates the erection oi vthe vessel- in the?eld.v ' - ' l' ' ' - .Various other objectsand advantages will be apparent as the nature of thelinvention' is more tion work in the field is reduced to a minimum. _A base 20', of any suitable. material such as 15 concrete, may be formed with recesses adapted" to receivethe legs H. The tubular members l2 'enter said recesses‘ and are secured therein by concrete. The tubular members I2 ‘are also pro-v vided with an outer coating ‘2! of concrete, which ;-will be understood from the followingdescrip; strengthens the assembly and protects the mem tion, taken in connection with the accompany? bers from injury. This coating 2| may be apfully disclosed. 2“ , ’ < - ' _ , _ . The invention is capable-oi various uses and ling drawing in which one embodiment thereof is set forth. '25 In ‘the drawing. ’ ' Fig. 1 is a vertical section of a portion of.’ a , flash- chamber showing the supporting legs at-' tached thereto. , . V. W 1 The shell 22‘may remain in position permanently ' Fig. 2 is a broken sideelevation thereof. _ to protect the concretefrom damage. Fig. 3 is a horizontal section‘ taken ‘on the line. 30 3-3 oi’Fi'g. l, andv ' ' ' ' ' plied after the vessel has‘ been erected, byposie. tioning a thin shell 22.) such as steel, around the‘ tubular member I2 and leaving a suitable open ing ‘23 through which‘the concrete can be poured. ‘ I ‘I Although aspecific form of supporting leg has - ‘been- vdisclosed. for purposes of illustration, it is Figs. 4 and dare partial'jsectionstalren onrthe v obv ous that ‘yarious changes and modifications 7‘ lines d-r-t and, t-h respectively of Fig‘. ‘1. ‘me be made-therein by ‘a person skilled in the Referring to the‘ ‘drawing more in detail, the .art ‘without departing from the scope oi the in invention is. shownappliedl to a ‘vessel Ill. vention. The supporting legs are particularly 35 which may comprise a_ ?ashchamber or the like . suitable for the various heavytowers and vessels in anoil cracking plant. Such vessels'iare. of used in an oil cracising plant. It is to be under- " large dimensions and comparatively heavy. ‘For supporting the vesselv Hi‘ there are provided a plurality‘of legs ii, preferably four in number. stoodfhowever, that the use of these supporting ' legs isnot limited .to such apparatus. ~Thescope oi’ the invention‘ is only to.be limited in accord to‘ each. of which comprises a tubular member’ l2,'_ ance with the following claim, when interpreted r suchas a steel rod, to which a pair of cross ‘plates -- in view of the prior art. _ ' l3 and M are secured, as by welding. 'l?he cross . : What is claimed is; plate 83‘ may ‘be provided with an aperture 15 ' through 'whichn'the/ tubular member llextends. . 45mm cross plate 14 is preferably butt-welded to ‘ the end of the tubular ‘member l2. ' The cross g A support for a heavy metal vessel comprising. a plurality of supporting legs and a butt-welded truss, securing each leg-to said vessel, each or said trusses comprising a'horizontal plate butt weld‘ed to the top 01 ‘a leg and having‘ an edge en plates i3 and M are'themselves butt-welded ‘to > gaging and butt-WeIdeVd. to'the surface of said the outside surfaceof the vessel l0.‘ Compres ‘vessel; a second horizontal plate having an open 50 sion members such as triangular bracing plates ing through which saidleg extends, said second 50_ ' it are secured by butt-welding to the cross plate plate being horizontally spaced below said‘ ?rst ‘ it and to .the outer'surface of.the vessel- HI.- A plate and likewise‘ being butt-welded both to said cover plate HT is secured between the bracing leg and to said vessel,‘ side plates closing the area .between said horizontal plates and said vessel, ‘ ‘plates I6 and is welded thereto. ' Side plates I8 ‘55 extend between the cross plates l3 and It irom said side platesbeing butt-welded to said vessel 66 p 2,119,215 and said ?rst platest a pair of triangular plates and to said vessel to close the area between said above the upper transverse plates and in ap-i. triangular plates,tsaid plates forming, in effect, proximately‘ the planes of said side plates, said an open. box-like truss which is resistant to triangular plates being butt-welded to the upper deformation and forms a rigid support for said transverse plate and to said vessel and an in - clined plate butt-welded to said triangular plates vessel. . RALPH M.‘ PARSONS.