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Oct. 11, 1938.
s. 5, COMFORT]
2,133,188
COMBINATION LAMP, HEATER, AND FAN
Filed Aug. 18, 1937
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COMBINATION LAMP, HEATER, AND FAN
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INVENTOR
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Patented Oct. 11, 1938
2,133,188
UNITED STATES PATENT oFFics
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COMBINATION LAMP, HEATER, AND FAN
Samuel Salvatore Conforti, Kenosha, Wis” as
signor of one-hall to Sante Di Antoni, Kenosha,
Application August 16, 1937, Serial No. 159,783
301111113. (Cl. 219‘39)
My invention relates to lamps and includes the shade l4 and have threaded relation with the
among its objects and advantages the provision band 44 for ?xedly connecting the cover sheet 66
of a combination lamp, heater and air circu
with the shade i4.
lating device.
Within the shade I4, I mount an electric lamp
In the accompanying drawings:
56, which lamp is connected with a conventional
Fig. 1 is perspective view of the lamp em
socket 52 depending from the cover structure
bodying my invention;
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.Fig. 2 is a sectional view along the line 2-2
of Fig. 1; '
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Fig. 3 is' a sectional view along the line 6-3
of Fig. 2;
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Fig. 4 is a sectional view along the line 4-4
of Fig; 2;
Fig. 5 is a sectional view along'the line 5-6
15 of Fig. 2;
Fig. 6 is a sectional view along the line 6-6
of Fig. 2; and
Fig. 7‘ is a diagrammatic view of the electric
circuit.
In the embodiment selected to illustrate my
invention, I make use of a base i6 which sup
ports a column I 2, which, in turn, carries the
lamp shade l4. Column l2 comprises a metallic
tube enlarged at one end to provide the base I6.
To the upper end of the column I secure four
arms l6 bent to provide reaches l6 attached
to the column by screws 26. The outer ends of
the arms l6 are bent to provide reaches 22 se
cured to reinforcing ,bars 24 ?tting adjacent
of the shade. A screw 54 passes through the
crossed arms 36 and has threaded relation with
the socket 52 for supporting the same. Shade
I4 is positioned concentrically of the column l2,
and the light 66 is positioned in alignment with
the axis of the column.
Upon the arms i6 I mount a heating unit 56
which comprises two spaced rings 56 and 66 sup
ported in spaced relation by tubular members 15
62. Rings 56 and 66 and the tubular members’
62 are of insulating material. The rings are
bored for the reception of bolts 64 which extend
through the tubular members 62 and are of suf
?cient length to extend through the arms i6 20
7 and the bottom 66 which is of perforated sheet
metal of the same type as the cover sheet 36.
Tubular spacers 66 are mounted on the bolt 64
between the ring 58 and the arms l6, and the
bolts are provided with nuts 16 which draw the
parts into a rigid assembly when tightened. A 5
plurality of screw‘ eyes 12 is attached to the
rings 56 and 66, and a wire heating element
14 is threaded through the eyes 12 and connected
with terminal screws 16 and 16, which, in turn,
are electrically connected with wires 66.
Within the column I2 I mount an electric
motor 62, to the upper end of which I secure a
ring 64 ?xedly connected with the ?eld frame of
the motor by screws 66. The peripheral face 35
of the ring 64 fits snugly within the column l2
and is anchored thereto by the screws 26 which
have threaded relation with the ring. The shaft
66 of the motor 62 is aligned with the axis 01'
the column 12 and is provided with a collar 66
secured to the shaft by a set screw 62. A fan 94
30 the inner face of the shade I4. A band 26
encircles the lower margin of the shade l4, and
screws 26 pass through the band 26, the shade
I4, the bars 24 and have threaded relation with
the reaches 22 for tying all theparts into a unitary
structure.
Shade l4 comprises sheet metal perforated
to provide an ornamental pattern, as indicated
at 36. About the upper margin of the outer
face of the shade I4, I mount a band 62 which
40 is attached to the shade by rivets 34 passing
through the band, the shade and the arms 24.
A top sheet 36 rests on the upper end of the ‘ is mounted on the collar 96 and is fixedly con
shade H, which sheet comprises sheet metal nected with its ?ange 96 by rivets 66.
perforated in the same manner as the shade i4.
Referring to Fig. 4, the fan 94 comprises a
In Fig. 2, the band 32 projects above the upper circular, metallic sheet I 66 severed along lines
end of the shade l4 a distance equal to the
I62 and I64 and the material bent upwardly to
thickness of the cover sheet 66 so as to cover its
edge. Four arms 36 are positioned adjacent
the inner face of the cover sheet 36 and may
be secured thereto by spot welding. One of the
arms is offset at 46 to provide accommodation for
the other arm.
provide blades I66 positioned at right angles to
the sheet I66. Blades I66 rotate about the
lamp 56.
Inside the column I 2 I mount a rheostat I66
which is attached to brackets ‘I ill by screws H2.
The outer ends of the arms » Brackets H6 may be welded to the column l2.
are bent to provide depending reaches 42 which The column is provided with a slot for the re
carry a band 44 secured thereto by rivets 46. ' ception'of the rheostat lever H4. Base i 6 car
55 Four screws 46 pass through the band 44 and ries two switches H6 and H6 which are elec
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trically connected with the lamp 50 and the
heating element 14, respectively. To one of
the arms 24 I mount a plug I 20,-and a similar
The cover sheet 30 may be lifted by removing the
screws 48 to permit access to the interior of the
shade. The separable plugs I20 and I22 permit
plug I22 is attached tonne of ‘the arms 38. In
Fig.7, I illustrate the wiring circuit. The lamp
the cover shade to be completely removed from
the shade.
50 is electrically connected with wires I24 and
I26, which, in turn, are connected with prongs
so fully explain my invention that others may,
Without further elaboration, the foregoing will
Plug I20 is
by applying current knowledge, readily adapt the
provided with contacts I30, which in turn, are
10 connected with wires I32 and I34. Prongs I28
have electrical connection with‘ the contacts
330. Such plugs are well known in the art and
need not be described in further detail.
Wire I32 and the wire I36 may be connected
15 with a source of current. Wire I34 is connected
with wire I36 and includes the switch H8. Wire
I36 is connected with the rheostat I08, which, in
turn, is connected with the motor 82 by a wire
I38.‘ A wire I40 is connected with the motor 82
20 and the heating element ‘I4, which, in turn, is
connected with the wire I34 but is provided with
the switch II8. A wire I42 connects the wires I32
same for use under various conditions of service.
' an associated with the plug I22.
and I40.
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From the foregoing description of the various
.25 parts of the device, the operation thereof will be
I claim:
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.1. A device of the type described comprising a
base and a hollow column, a perforated shade
mounted on said column, a frame mounted inside
the shade, a heating element carried by said
frame, a motor mounted inside the column, a fan 15
located inside the heating element and opera
tively connected with said motor, said fan rotat
ing about the axis of the column and including
vertical blades, and an electric lamp depending
from the top of the shade and positioned be 20
tween the vertical blades.
2. A device of the type described comprising a
base and a hollow column, a perforated shade
mounted on said column, a frame mounted inside
the shade, a heating element carried by said
frame, a motor mounted inside the column, a fan
the lamp 50 will be illuminated, but if the switch located inside the heating element and opera
H8 is closed, the heating element ‘I4 will be. tively connected with said motor, said fan rotat
ing about the axis of the column and including
energized. The motor is controlled by manipulat
‘can ing the switch lever I I4. Operation of the motor vertical blades, and an electric lamp depending
turns the fan 94, which, in turn, circulates air from the top of the shade and positioned be
heated by the element 14. The opened nature tween the vertical blades, said shade including
of the shade I4 permits free circulation of air perforated bottom and top covers.
3. A device of the type described comprising a
therethrough, and the perforations in the shade
are of an ornamental nature so as to enhance hollow base structure in/the nature of a colunm,
the ornamental appearance of the lamp. The fan a perforated shade, means for mounting the
94 may be operated independently of the light or shade on the column, a frame located inside the
heating circuit, which is also true of the lamp shade and mounted on said means, a heating ele
circuit. The fan 94 is so shaped as to provide ment carried by said frame, a motor mounted
40 an e?ective circulation of air, but the blades I06 inside the column, a fan located inside the heat 40
are so arranged as to rotate about the lamp 50 ‘ing element and operatively connected with said
thus providing a compact arrangement of the fan, and an electric lamp carried by the shade
and located inside the fan.
parts. The heating element is completely en
closed within a perforated shell, which shell com
SAMUEL SALVATORE CONFORTI. ‘B
prises a lamp shade of ornamental properties.
readily understood. By closing the switch IIB,
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