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" PfwmwdNov-15,i938` ‘n ,` Í ` _ 2,136,707` “ ` g 1 a;UNITED,„STATES PATENT.(OFFICE _- l i ` « -.Bengemanrßeason.Ówensfvan NuyspCalif., as--i` \ ,signor` to Bank of America National Trust and v ` A. ` Savings Association, Los Angeles, Calif., a Naf,` \ ‘_1 ‘application tionalBanking‘Assoclation Mayer 1935, serial t No. p 24,329 ‘l l t, Y, ` t t comms. .(c1'.`25`1--g113)„ _ `" " “ „ . Y, . l „ ‘l p p ` ‘.Í‘I'his‘inventionfrelates`to valvesand‘rnore par- ` formed in body 2 and has` an integral-extension " ticularlygto‘a iiuid‘control‘ valve. ` ‘ j p ' ` Iii at one end that is‘p‘rovidejd `with a-recess Il l ` ‘ `¿nobjecteniny‘invention is to provide a novel \ therebyfforming" two ‘upstandingNlugs |2- that' l valve ‘in whi‘chfthe workingparts1 thereof’need` straddle a“ pin I3` and thereby limit‘the rotational ‘ not be‘accurateiylñtted, but which will provide af movement lof `the member Q1. The other end"of -5 ‘p watertight seal when the valve is moved to’closed ' member ‘I `opposite extension Il) ‘extends"i'i’ornEthe` " position;` . „ “ 1 p , . _t ` “ . 1 ‘ valve body wherea split clamp I4 ‘engages‘thef Another‘objectfof my invention is to provide a ` same, ‘andf‘is " adjustablyfïmounted thereon simple,"inexpensive, but highly eiiicient valve for’` means of the.` clamp screw _I`5`.' ` ‘Y ‘ _ . l ` „ . `controlling the ¿now of liquids andin which the“` control arm IB extends `fromlc1amp<`ll and‘is 10 tightf‘ïilt pressure‘oiwhen the fthefsaineA liquid ‘aidsl isin'` moved forming` toa,¿liguid `closed§ `provided means that‘lmay at‘fit‘s `free be in"end thewith'a nature ‘ñ‘oat of an‘ïel‘e‘ctric" . ` ¿position ` "j ‘ ,p ' _ l ‘ ' ` ^' `.light ‘Qbulb‘lly4 that `is‘thre‘aded "intorengagenient l " "Other: objectaäadvantagesand features "of` in? „withythel arrn- lSwhich `may ¿have its free, end` ventionj mayfappearffrom the accompany “draw-9 c‘oi‘leld'a‘s- at I8 toprovidea threadedïsocket` for" lli` ‘ ing`,'the`subjoined detail description andthe> ap#` receiving‘the‘nsual threaded `éndfl9` "ot the‘v bulb' "De?dèd clàimsi" ' . W \ b " i ‘|11` l ¿ « l i i gw ` The 'accompanying 'drawing’ïillustrates the in# The free end `of opening 6 `mayfbe threaded‘asat `vention in some y"of, the forms lll-at present deem"` 2l)` to provide" means for connecting-an extension preferable; ‘b " " ‘ “ V’ j M pipeïtlieréto; Figure'jl is4 afside'elevational‘iview ‘of“my"1va1ve“ ,l \ " b " 20 v".Ã‘piaxz‘llring `o`1 nonèmetallic-plugí‘Zl is mountedïin" . ‘ ‘ associated with` Aau container which is shown in” opening ii‘andf‘such packing2|f maybe ¿ofnajnyY ~ ` ï section. `¿Dotvand dash "linesindica'te fa moved;` suitable material such "asrubDerL‘that'is sum positiongof'thevalve controlwhenïthe’basinhafs` :ciently‘h‘ard -to` permit the pin fiftofrotate inboref obtained apred'etermined‘quantityïof water@l \ ` . S-‘ïwithout `theï same binding andwhich is alsol 25 \ . Fig.` 2fis an axial sectional View of the valve suiiiciently pliableso‘ thatwhen pin 1 ‘is moved ‘ l b l. shown in Fig. 1 and dot and dash linesindicate` ‘to closed position the pressure of the liquid from y ‘ the valve moved to closed position. The control “ \ ` arm is broken away to contract the view. ~ p the source of supply will urge the packing against 1 the pin 1 to form an eifective‘liquid‘tight joint. ` Fig. 3 is a bottom plan view of the valve shown . p The packing 2l has, a head that is tapered on its 30 ‘ in Figs. 1 and 2. The control arm is broken away ‘ to contract the view. l . \ . \ ` ` . vunderside and is adapted to rest upongthe tapered ` shoulder that extends from the sidewalls of the Figs‘i is an end elevational view of a modiiied. ‘form of my novel valve. p ` w . bore to theV reduced opening 6, and said plug 2 I. is " b 3 provided‘with an `aperture b extending there- ‘ Figgöis an` axial sectional `View taken on line . through which registers. with port 8 > when. the 35` ‘l ‘p ` 5_5, Fig. 4; ` Parts are broken away to contract Y, "valve is moved to open po`sltio`n`.`¿` Y l ‘the view. l " ‘ l ` ` \ ‘ ' b ` Fig.` `6 is fa. bottom plan view of the valvelshown in Figs. 4 and `5. In the ` modiiledconstruction‘shown z ` ,b 4-6, the valve body 2' is provided with a bore'ß’“ Parts are broken `away to ‘ `that is internally threaded at one end as at l' ‘l contract the view. `Dot and dash’ lines indicate` .for threaded engagement with a supply pipe `5h40` ` . the valve‘in closedp'osition. ~ b ‘ ‘ ‘ The other end of bore 3’ is `provided with an b `My valve l,fshown inY Figs. `1-3, comprises a "1‘ `valve body 2"that is provided with a bore’ 3 that is‘ internally threaded _at one end, as at `il, for threaded` engagement with a supply pipe 5`that ‘ may‘beconnected, asfor example, to usual water supply pipe lines. The other end of'bore 3 is ‘ `provided with a reduced opening 6,‘across which a " `movable‘control member 1 extends so as to permit ` the port 8 therein to bemoved into and out of register with opening 6," to `thereby permit and . prevent flow of liquid past member 'l from the source of supply. ' ‘ _ X ' in Figs." b opening 6’ across which ar movable control mem- ~ ber 1’ extends so` as to permit the port 8’ therein ¿ fto be moved into and out of‘register with open- „ ing 6^ to thereby permit `and prevent flow of 45 l liquid past member ‘Hfrom the source of supply. p `In the construction hownin Figs.4--6,the con trol member 151s preferably `a flat member that `is slidably mounted in a guideway such as a T~s1ot 9' formed in the bottom of the >body 2'. The v50 body 2’ is provided with projecting lugs a between` which a bell-crank‘lever 25 is pivotally mounted as at 26 and one end 21 l,of such bell crank 25 [The control‘member 1 is‘preferably a pin that extends into ‘a slot 28 formed in control member It is rotatably mounted in a transverse boreì9- 1 'i'. `The other: end 29 of bellcrankïßis con- 55 \ 2,136,707" ` nected -to one end of control arm IB’ by means œ of the wing nut 30 that is threaded on the bolt 3| and bolt 3| and wing nut 30 coact with wash ers 32 to effectively secure control arm IB’ in either air, gas, Water, or any other like or anal ogous fluids or liquids, the flow of which is de~ adjusted position relative to bell crank 25. The -_ other end` of controlarr?/'i- 6' may be provided with and scope of my invention. sired to be controlled, whether with or without a iloat means, withoutA departing from the spirit ¿ I.c1aim: i with the control arm to move the control member y 1 as will be apparent.’V I i The packingr 2| ' is mounted in the valve body 2’ so that the same extendmëinto opening G' and f Y " ' ' l. A valve comprising a valve body provided any suitable means to‘receive a iioatiwhich coacts with a bore for communication with a source of liquid supply and having a tapered shoulder .within said bore; a relatively long non-metallic 0 plug inserted in said bore andhaving one end such` packing isprefer'ably oi the same material “ enlarged to form a head adapted to rest on said shoulder, saidfplug being provided with an aper ‘ as hereinbefore'degc?lbed, tl'iatfìs~ ‘used for the A packing 2l "and will„operate in a manner anal- ' l5, ogous to the packing 2l to eîïectively form a ture4 therethrough; and a closure member having a `port for registry with said aperture the face liquid tight connection" between tlhe movable-` on saidfplug head, nearest said closure member member' 6’ and such packing to eilectively shut being tapered to engage the tapered shoulder in o!! the liquid supply ‘when the valve is movedto vksaid bore, said closure member being contacted closed position. ¿q t „ Y» i l , e It will; be apparentl‘from thefforegoing thatby providing _alpaciçirig‘as- herein described, that the movable member l,of the valve does not have to _be tightly“I iitted into the valve body in order to forma valve of Vthis character .which when closed l' 2ay does ¿notgleak " f; .In? operation it will vlil-ppalrent Í that .when„myl i valve is> used to control awater supply into apen by said plug and said plug being so constructed and arranged that lpressure of liquidin Asaid bore will normally urge said plug against said closure member to f_orm an effective liquid tight seal when said port is moved out of registry with said aperture, ` 2. A valve comprising avalve lmdy provided 25 with a_„bore to be connected to a source of fluid supply;` a jmovable controlv memberl extending v " i; c ythat the neat .jn >win . beiraised jçr loweredl de~ Y across said bore and provided'with a port to be pending- upon the >waterleveldu toïfthereby open: Vmoved into and oui-,of registry with `said bore; a _tapered shoulder within said bore between said 30 and , close, the valve. ‘ closure member and the source of fluid supply; a relatively long ‘cylindrical non-metallic ' plug ‘ -`vwithï'a pancin Fig. lto. control a water Y_level my-valvemay be used in any place in` Aassociation Y “as witha iloat or iloat _meanswhereby a water levely is desired to-be maintained _or controlled and this bein connection Ywith‘a pan e asshown for mounted in‘saidl bore and having theperiphery atv one, end thereof enlarged to form a head with its annular face nearestA the control member 35 tapered to engage said. tapered shoulder andpro vided with an‘aperturey through `said plug and as a d nking fountaini kor in association» with' with vwhich the port of said control member is otherl‘chaniber or receptacle for alfle'cpclyl of' adapted to register; said plug being of pliable Ywater. Vsuch asv the water ,tanks ïiì'or` .toilet bowls., ' :material 4'that when "said control member> is >moved. 40 lÍt„willalsofbe apparent that my valve may be to closed position, the _pressure of liquid from the _e in aannemen withfthelnpw gf nulas such as" source'of supplyv will ‘urge’ said plug againstsaid - :A gulorair. `ímdk although, I have. used theQterm n_nqmdafthè understood `ilo mean member to form an effective liquid tight seal. .ì . « BENGEMAN BEASON OWENS.