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July 26,1938. G. P. HAYNES I '_ , 2,125,020 I 4 OIL BURNING EQUIPMENT Original Filed July 3, 1936 ' 2 Sheets-‘Sheet 1 2. anal/“4.111) 1 ‘ ‘July 26, 1938. 2,125,020 G. P. HAYNES ' OIL‘ BURNING EQUIPMENT ' Original Filed July _:s, 1956 em 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 8% am G'eoze ?gyaynes % I I Patented July 26, 1938' orrics ' UNiTED STATES ’ 2,125,020 OIL BURNING EQUIPMENT George P. Haynes, East Rockaway, N. Y., assignor to Todd Combustion Equipment, line, New York, N. Y., a corporation of New York Original application July 3, 1936, Serial No. 88,736. Divided and this application December 31, 1936, Serial No. 118,623 2 Claims. (Cl. 158.—2) This invention relates generally to oil burning equipment, and is a division of my co-pending application, Serial No. 88,736, ?led July 3, 1936. While not so limited, my invention is intended J) particularly for use on marine vessels, wherein it is proposed to bulkhead the ?re room thus di viding the latter into a boiler‘ compartment and an operators’ compartment, said bulkhead being air tight and water tight, and hence, one of said compartments is protected in case the other is ?ooded with water or ?lled with gases. - As will presently appear, oil burning equip ment, including burner and air register units, is positioned between the boiler front and the bulk head and suitable means is provided to provide an air tight and Water tight connection of the burner equipment with relation to said bulkhead. tended to supply air under pressure, by any suitable means. into compartment A for combus tion purposes. . The oil burning'equlpment, which comprises burner and air register units, is positioned be- 5 tween the bulkhead l and the boiler front plate 5, certain operative parts of said burner unit pro- ’ jecting into the compartment B, as shown. For illustrative purposes only, and not in any way restricting the invention,-I have shown the 10 oilburning equipment included in my c'o-pending application, Ser. No. 88,736, wherein the air reg ister unit is shown as provided with a pressed steel frame having divided members 2 that are engaged by studs 3 with a ring Q that is secured he 5 ,to the plate 5, said ring also carrying the usual Venturi ring ii.‘ Members 2 extend forwardly to a disk ‘i that is provided with slots 8 for pins 9 n that project from curved vanes it which are housed within frame members 2, said vanes hav ings lugs it by which they pivotally engage studs 3. The rotatable plate it has slots l3 which en' ators’ compartment, or the passage of water from gage pins 9, said plate carrying a toothed sector the operators’ compartment to the boiler and It operatively connected with pinion l5,‘ the lat boiler compartment in‘ the event said operators’ _ ter having an operating shaft it with handle H compartment should be ?ooded. for its manipulation. A burner tube l8, with the It is therefore, the object of the invention. to provide means adapted to automatically close ‘usual atomizer l9 and ?ame cone 20 entered within the register, has jacket 2 l, the latter being the burner jacket against pressure flow in either 30 carried by a hollow casting 22, in which it is direction when said burner tube is removed, which rendered 'air tight by a stu?ing box 23, said cast otherwise would leave an open passage through ing being provided with a passageway for the said bulkhead. shaft it and here a stu?’lng box it is employed Other features and advantages of my inven to render the fit air tight between shaft l6 and its tion 'will hereinafter appear. 35 passageway. A radial web 25 supports one end In the drawings: ‘of an expansion bellows it, the ?ange 21 being Figure l. is a front elevation showing a bulk-' head in a ?re'room with the burner portions clamped between said web and a ring 283 as with bolts 25, the other end of said bellows being pro projecting forwardly thereof. vided with a ?ange 30 that is clamped between Fig. 2 is a sectional view, taken on the line In that it is frequently necessary to remove the burner tube from ts jacket, it is of vital impor tance that the passage within said jacket be closed in ‘order to prevent the ?ow of gases from the boiler or boiler compartment to the oper 2-2 of Fig. 1, showing the burner ‘equipment mounted on the boiler front plate and the bulk head. ‘ ' Fig. 3 is a sectional detail of the rear portion 45 of the burner equipment with the burner tube removed and the burner jacket closed. Referring now more in detail to the accom bulkhead i and a ring 30 asv with bolts 32. 5 O: 0 5 As tion, the purpose of the expansion bellows is to absorb expansion and other distortions occur ring between the bulkhead and boiler. Obvi ously, the expansion bellows‘ will not be used in 45 many installations, it being of prime importance, of course, that the burner used should make an erence denote similar parts throughout the sev— oral views, let i indicate a bulkhead which ex lends transversely across the the room and serves as an air and water tight partition to separate a boiler compartment A from the operators’ com air tight connection with said bulkhead. I As partment B, the latter being adapted for human ‘ explained in the aforesaid co-pendlng applica panying drawings, wherein like characters of ref 55 occupancy at atmospheric pressure; it being in 20' shown in Fig. 2, the disk ‘I is apertured for the 50 reception of the reduced portion 33, and the IQ tatable plate 52, which is also apertured, has its hearing about a shoulder it upon said casting, said plate being provided with a cover 35. A - cover plate 3% is shown as carried by bulkhead i, 55 2 2,125,020 and having the observation doors 3‘! and light ‘is withdrawn, and thus prevent the ?ow of water ing door 38. or gases from compartment B to compartment A. In view of the vforegoing it is obvious that the burner jacket is protected from pressure ?ow in either direction. Variations within the spirit of the invention and scope of the claims are equally comprehend ed by the foregoing disclosure. I claim: 1. The combination with oil burning equipment 10 ' As shown in Fig. 2 the end of the burner jacket I 2|, projecting into the operators’ compartment B, carries a housing 39 having a cover plate 40, a coupling yoke 4| being pivotally carried by said housing, as indicated at 42, and, adapted to clamp the member 43 in the position indicated, said housing and member 43 being provided with 1.0 bores to permit the ?ow of the oil from a source of supply to the burner tube. It will also be noted that said member 43 is provided with an enlarged bore 44 to support one end of the burn er tube l8, and that ?ap valve 45 is pivotally 15 supported within said housing 39'and another ?ap valve 46 is pivotally disposed exteriorly of said housing. Normally the aforesaid parts are in the positions indicated in Fig. 2, but when it is necessary to remove a burner tube the hand 20 screw 4? is manipulated so that said yoke 4i now assumes the position shown in Fig. 3, member 43 being uncoupled, and ?nally said burner tube is withdrawn from its jacket. In such instance the jacket 2|, without the use of valves 45 and 25 46' would afford a free passage for water or gases in either direction past the bulkhead. Hence, the valve 45 will close by gravity against a .seat 48, including a burner jacket and a burner tube re movably encased therein, of. a housing engaging and in communication with said jacket at one end, said housing being provided with inner and outer valve seats, and valves adapted respective 15 ly to engage said seats and close said jacket against pressure exerted in either direction when the burner tube is removed from the jacket. 2'. The combination in a ?re room having a bulkhead dividing it into a boiler compartment 20 and an operators’ compartment in which sub stantially different pressures are maintained, of a hollow casting secured to said bulkhead and projecting into the boiler compartment, a burner jacket mounted and sealed within said casting 25 and projecting into the operators’ compartment, and thus the flow of water or gases from com a. burner tube removably mounted within said jacket, a housing connected to one end of said partment A into compartment B is prevented. jacket, said housing being provided with inner 30 As means of visual indication that valve 45 is and outer valve seats, and valves hingedly con nected to said housing and adapted respectively to engage said seats and close the passage in said jacket against pressure exerted in either direc tion when the burner tube is removed from the closed, it being 1 concealed in housing 39, said valve" is provided with an exposed vertical lever 49 that assumesjfaflprone position as said valve closes. Obviously, said lever may be operated by hand to close said valve. ‘The valve 46 is piv ote'd at 660 to the housing and is adapted to close against an outer seat 5!? when the burner tube i8 jacket. ' ' GEORGE P. HAYNES. '