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July 5, 1938.
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2,122,844
D. o. MAYER
COOKING STOVE BURNER ATTACHMENT FOR HEATING WATER
Filed March 29, 19157
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFiE
2,122,844
COOKING STOVE` BURNER ATTACHMENT
FOR HEATING WATER
David 0. Mayer, Charlotte, N. C.
Application March 29, 1937, Serial No. 133,670
2 Claims.
The object of my invention is to provide a de
vice which can be used on an oil stove or a gas
stove whereby waste heat from the burner may
be utilized in heating water at the same time the
stove is being used for cooking purposes.
I attain these and other objects of my invention
by the mechanism illustrated in the accompany
ing drawing, in which:
Figure 1 is a view of my invention partly in ele
lU vation and partly in diagram;
Fig. 2 is a top plan view of the heating pipes
(Cl. 126-53)
of the usual burner of a gas or oil stove, and it
will be noted that four lines of water pipes will
receive heat at the same time from this burner.
The frame and water pipes as shown in Figs. 2
and 1 will replace the usual cast iron frame that 5
comes with gas or oil stoves.
While the construction for a three burner stove
is shown in Fig. 1 of the drawing, it is in the
contemplation of my invention to make a device
that will be adaptable for use on a standard 10
four burner stove or for any number of burners
and supporting frames over one of the burners
desired.
of the stove;
What
1. In
heating
heating
Fig. 3 is a detail sectional View on line 3_3 of
l5 Fig. 2;
Like numerals designate like parts in each of
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I claim is:
a cooking stove burner attachment for
water having a set of connected water 15
pipes of suitable size to come within the
range of the flame of the burner of a gas or oil
the views.
Referring to the accompanying drawing there
is illustrated a hot water tank l having the usual
no Cold water pipe 2 and hot water pipe 3, drain pipe
6 and valve l" in the drain pipe. I provide a pipe
4 opening out of the bottom of the tank and a pipe
5 opening in to the top of the tank each con
trolled by a suitable cut-oli valve 1. The pipe
„5 4 connects with the lower end of the hot water
heating tank with the hot water heating set of
pipes over the burner at one end of the -stove
and the pipe 5 connects with the hot water heat
ing set of pipes over the burner at the other end
30 of the stove. The set of heating pipes over each
burner is designated 9 and they are connected
by connecting pipes lll as indicated diagram
matically in Fig 1. The pipes 9 rest in depres
sions Il in the metal supporting frame 8 which
has reinforcing bars 8a and I2 to complete the
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frame structure, as shown in Fig. 2. The braces
cooking stove, a metal frame of suitable size to
replace the usual stove frame and functioning as
a supporting means for the aforesaid set of water 20
heating pipes, said frame having depressed por
tions in its bars to receive the water heating pipes
whereby the upper surface of the water heating
pipes and of the frame will be on a level and in
the same plane, whereby cooking receptacles 25
placed over the burner will be level.
2. In a cooking stove burner attachment for
heating water comprising a plurality of like sets
of connected water heating pipes of suitable size
to come within the range of a plurality of burn- 30
ers of a gas or oil cooking stove, said sets or” pipes
being connected to each other and each of the
end sets of pipes being connected with a hot water
tank, and Valves in the pipes leading from one
4set of heating pipes to the next setoof heating 35
pipes, a metal frame of suitable size to replace
By reason of the
the usual stove frame> and functioning as a sup
porting means for the aforesaid sets of water
provision of the depressions Il in the bars 8, the
4 O outer surface of the set of pipes 9 through which
the Water circulates is aligned with the upper
surface of the bars 8, 8a and I2, so as to provide
pipes and of the frame will be on a level and in
8a and I2 also serve as a rest or support for
pans, kettles or other utensils.
a level surface for supporting pans, kettles or
cooking utensils. The dot and dash circle in Fig.
45 2 of the drawing indicates the approximate size
heating pipes, said frame having depressed por
tions in its bars to receive the water heating pipes 40
whereby the upper surface of the water heating
the same plane, whereby cooking receptacles
placed over the burner will be level.
DAVID O. MAYER.
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