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A. BARKINSKY ET AL
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ELECTRIC BROILER
Filed Oct. 25, 1937
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Patented Nov. l, 19938
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UNITED ASTATES PATENT A OFFICE
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ELECTRIC BaoiLEii
Aaron Barkinsky and Samuel Yanofsky,
Bronx, N. Y.
Application October 23, 1_937, Serial No. 170,574
2 Claims. (Cl. 5819-19)
This invention relates to new and useful improvements in an electric broiler.
More specifically, the invention proposes the
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.construction of an electric broiler which may be
5 used to broil meats and cook various foods and
retain all of the juices and ñavork of the food
cooked.
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other easily cleaned and desirable material and
is provided with foot members I4 of insulation
material which are adapted to engage the sur
face upon which the device ls positioned, and to
prevent the heat from the dish from being trans- 5>
ferred to the surface which would produce highly
undesirable marks thereon.
Still further it is proposed to construct the
broiler in such a manner that the heating unit
' 10 thereof may also be used for .any purpose to
which a single unit electric'stove may be used.
Another object of the invention is to mount a
heating unit within the top portion of a deep hollow cover which may be engaged upon a grille
15 positioned Within a dish for broiling or cooking
any «foods supported on the grille.
The grille II con
sists of a circular frame portion IIS having par
allel wire elements IIb extending from one side
of the circular portion IIa to the other -side there- l0
"of and upon which the food to be cooked is sup
ported. The edge of the circular portion IIa is
provided with U-shaped foot members I5 which
are adapted to engage a shoulder IIJa formed along
the periphery of the dish for supporting the l5
/ grille II thereon.
Another object of the invention is to provide a
grille with foot members which may beA adapted
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The dish I0 and the hollow cover I2 are illus
trated with a plurality of apertures IIlb and I 2b,
to selectively engage recesses of varying depths respectively to create a desirable air circulation. _
‘lo formed in said dish for controlling the amount of
The hollow cover I2 is provided withy a handle 2o
air which will pass between said dish and the‘botI6 on one of its sides by which it may be moved
tom edge of said cover.
and the top thereof is provided’with feet I1 for
For further comprehension of the invention, _ resting the cover I2 in an inverted position upon
and of the objects and advantages thereof, refer25 ence will be had to the following description and
accompanying drawing, and to the appended
claims in which the various novel features of_ the
invention are more particularly set forth.
Ill the acCOmpanying drawing forming a mate30 rial part of this disclosurez’
Fig. 1 is a plan View of a broiler constructed
according to this invention.
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Fig. 2 is an‘elevational view of Fig. 1.
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Fig. 5 is a sectional view taken on the line 5-5
of Fig. 2.
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Fig. 6 is a sectional view taken on the line 6_6
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Fig. 8 is an enlarged detailed view of another
45 portion of Fig. 6.
Fig. 9 is a schematic Wiring diagram of the
heating unit.
.,Flg. 10 is a view similar to Fig. 6 but showing a
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heating unit- I3 and is provided at its outer end 30
With a mit I8“ fOI‘ ñXedlY holding the heating Unit ,
in position on the top _wall of the cover I2. This
for more even heating control. VThe cover I2 is
provided with three lcontact pins I9 upon which 35
the plus 20 of an electric circuit' 2l may be en
gaged.
The plug 20 is also provided with three
Openings 2l)a which are adapted 150 be engaged
upon the three contact pins‘ I9 extending from
the COVeI’ -|2- TWO 0f theropenings, 20“ in the plug 40
20, are electrically connected to form one ter
Fig. 7 is an enlarged detailed view of a portion
of Fig. 6.
foods positioned on the grille Il. ‘A screw I8 ex
tends through the insulation material of the
heating unitis ofthe double spiral three heat type
Fig. 3 is a sectional view taken on the line 3_3
35 .of Fig. 2.
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Fig. 411s a sectional view taken on the line 4_4
of Fig. 2.
a surface upon which the grille is supported. The
heating unit I3 is mounted on the top wall of the 25
deep hollow cover I2 and is provided with spiral
heating elements I3ß'for uniform heating of the
modiiication of the invention.
The electric broiler, according to this invention,
includes a dish III, and a grille II which is adapted to be supoprted on the periphery of the dish
I0. A deep hollow cover I2 for engagement on
the grille has a heater I3 mounted therein.
The dish I0 is constructed of aluminum or
minal. 'I‘he third opening .forms the second ter
minal of the electric circuit 2| (see Fig. 9).
When the plug is positioned upon all three pins
I9, in one position as illustrated in Fig. 9, the 45 '
current will pass through one outside contact
pin I9, through the wire 22 and one of the heat
ing elements |31’ and also thscugh the center con- ‘
tact pin I9 through the other heating element I3“,
back to the other outside contact pin I9, to cause 50
both of the heating units to operate in parallel,
thus producing a “high” heat.` But if thev posi
tion of the plug 20 is reversed so that the two
outside openings 2lia which are connected to the
circuit 2l are engaged on the other outside con- 55/
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tact .pins I9, the current will pass through the
tainers may be placed therein and rested on the
wire 23 to one of the elements I3n and then back
heating elements I3 for using the heating- unit
through the center pin I9, thus producing a
“medium” heat. When the plug 20 is in this
position only one of the heating elements will be
in operation. It is also possible to produce a
“low” heat, by connecting the two heating ele
ments I3a in series. ’I'his is accomplished by con
necting only two of the three openings 20a in the
10 plug 20, to the central terminals I9 and wire 22
of the heating units.
in the same manner as a single unit electric stove.
In this manner, the amount of heat may be
readily changed by manipulating the insertion
of the plug -connector 20.
These contact pins I9 each extend through
insulation members 24 which are mounted in
openings in the top portion of the cover I2.
Washer elements 25 are fixedly attached to por
tions of the pins I9 on either side of the insulation
20 members 24 for ñxedly holding these pins in
The inner ends of these pins
I9 are provided with two nuts 26 between which
the wires leading to the heating elements may
, position thereon.
be ñxedly clamped.
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According to the modification shown in Fig. 10
zthe dish element I0’ is provided with a plurality
of recesses 30 of varying depths and the grille
II' has foot members 3| which may be selec
tively engaged in the varying recesses 39 when
30 the grille I I’ is turned for controlling the amount
of space between the tcp edge of the dish I0’ and
the bottom edge of the cover I2.
In other re
, spects this form of the invention is similar to
the previous form and similar parts may be
35 identified by corresponding reference numerals.
When the cover I2 is resting in its inverted
position on its feet I'I, pots or other small con
While Wey have illustrated and described the
preferred embodiments of our invention, it is to 5
be understood that we do not limit ourselves to
the precise constructions herein disclosed and
the right is reserved to all changes and modi
fications coming within the scope of the inven
tion as defined in the appended claims.
Having thus described our invention, what we
claim as new, and desire to secure by United
States Letters Patent isz
1. In an electric broiler a relatively shallow
dish formed with an inner peripheral shoulder, 15
a relatively deep dish-like cover member, a heat
ing element within the cover member at the upper
area thereof, a grill having a plurality of spaced
short depending lugs supported upon said pe
ripheral shoulder within the dish and elevating 20
the grill a relatively short distance above the
peripheral surface of the dish, the cover mem
ber being ldirectly supported upon the grill.
2. In an electric broiler, a dish having shoulder
supporting means near its periphery bounding 25
the open top of the dish, a grill supported upon
said shoulder means, ‘a relatively deep dish-like
cover member, a heating element within the cover
member at the upper area thereof, the cover
member being reinforced at its peripheral margin 30
and being inverted relatively to the grill, said
reinforced peripheral margin being supported
directly upon the grill in such manner as to pro
vide for ingress of air between said reinforced
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periphery and the periphery of the dish.
AARON BARKINSKY.
SAMUEL YANOFSKY.
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