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‘June 28,1938. _ G ZoT'O-s 2,122,1'm METHOD FOR WITHDRAWING MATERIALS FROM HIGH SPEED ROTARY FURNACES Filed April 15. 1956 allelic Patented June 2&19333 2,122,1’W ~ . Mnrnon role vn'rmaewmo MFMI‘IERHQLS more HIGH-SPEED naming mesons Georg Zotcs, Berlin, Germany Application April 15, 1936, Serial No. '34,.515 Germany April 23, 1935 3 claims. ' (or. ace-st) The discharging member is made of ?reproof This inventon relates to a method of and means ~ ‘ for withdrawing materials from high-speed rotary material and may be cooled by suitable means 13. For a satisfactory discharge of the materials furnaces of the kind wherein the molten material is maintained by centrifugal force as a cylinder 5 which lines the wall of the rotary furnace drum. The discharge of materials from the furnace it is essential that the discharging member should be "capable of rapid and convenient universal adjustment during the'operation. By this ar is usually e?ected by letting‘it overflow at one end of the and it has also been proposed to withdraw material from the furnace by means will be also readily adaptable for a satisfactory 10 of a suction pipe. rangement, therefore, the discharging member discharigeof materials under all-charging condi tions of the furnace. ' I r _ 10 . Suitable‘ constructions of the device may naturally be resorted to. For instance the dis charging member may be suspended in a movable The object of the present invention is to obtain a discharging method allowing simple means to be employed for withdrawing materials from any desired portion of the liquid or viscous cylinder 15 and for a complete emptying of the drum, and the invention consists essentially in inserting a discharging element more or less deeply into the manner 2. | The discharging member may be adapted to deliver into one furnace the material discharged from another furnace. , I wish it to he understood that I do not‘desire to be limited to the exact details of operation revolving cylinder iorrned by the molten mate rial so as to divert material, under the" in shown and described,‘ for obvious modifications 20 will accur to a person skilled in the art. 20 ?uence of the movement of the cylinder, from the latter through the discharging element. The discharging element may consist of a .~ I claim: . l. A method oi discharging molten-material channelled or tubularmember together with sup-' porting means for said member allowing rapid through a channelled discharging member from a universal adjustment thereof during the opera-H cylindrical furnace, consisting in rotating the 25 25 tion, so that it can be shifted for taking material furnace‘ about a horizontal axis to form the‘ from the desired portion of the liquid or viscous molten'material by centrifugal action into a hollow cylinder, inserting‘ one end of the dis _ Fig. 1 of the accompanying drawing represents charging member into the revolving cylinder, and cylinder. ’ _ ‘ ' a side view of a device for carrying out the in dipping said end into the surface of the cylinder ‘ 30 vention, the‘ revolving drum being shown in with the mouth of the member set against the 30 section, 35 . ' movement of the material for diverting the latter . through the member. 2. A ‘method of discharging molten material Fig. 2 is a, cross-section on the line II—II of Fig. 1. The furnace comprises an open ended, sub-‘Y through a channelled discharging member from a 35 stantially horizontal drum 9, made of or lined cylindrical furnace, consisting in rotating the with refractory material, into which all material "furnace about a horizontal axis to form the for the manufacture of glass or the like is‘ie'd molten material by centrifugal action into a hol together with a heating ?ame whereby the mate-. low cylinder, inserting one end or thedischarging rials .are fused and rendered liquid or viscous. member into the revolving cylinder, and dipping 40 40 The drum is rotated at a high speed, so that the said end into the descending part of the inner material will be distributed over the inner wall surface of the cylinder with the mouth of the of the drum'as a cylinder 3, the drum being pro- ‘ member set against the movement of the material for diverting the latter through the member. vlded with end ?anges It for retaining the mate rials within the drum. v v . 3. A methodv ‘of discharging molten material v through a channelled discharging member firom' drum, 8. discharging element in the form ofa' ' a cylindrical furnace, consisting in rotating the tubularor channelled member l is provided ; furnace about a horizontal axis to form the which is vadapted to enter the'drumand to dip molten material by centrifugal action into a hol For discharging the molten material from the 1 low cylinder, inserting one end of the discharg 50 with its end 2 more or less deeply into the cylin-a’ vv'ing member into the revolving cylinder, and der 3, preferably at the top portion thereof at - the descending side of the vertical centre’ line‘, as 1. dipping'said end into. the descending‘ part of the shown in Fig. 2. ‘Where the discharging member inner surface or the cylinder, 'ne'arthe top there= of, with the mouth. 01' the member set against ,from the cylinder owing to the movement of the .the movement of the materlalfor diverting the _ latter and mode to ?ow through the member from latter through the member. dips into the cylinder 3, material will be diverted which it is collected at t. -- . ' . ' _. - GEORG ZOTOB.