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July 16, 1946.,
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COUPLING FOR COAL FEEDING- WORMS
Filed March 28, 1944
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Patented July 16, 1946
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UNITED I STAT ES ' PATENT OFFICE
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coU-PLING-Fon-ooAL FEEDING worms
William M. Schweiokart, clevei‘anaohm
Application March 28, 1944, Serial No. 528,451
3 Claims.
(01. 287—2)}
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This invention relates generally to the stoker
art and particularly to a coupling for coal feeding
worms, ash conveying worms and shafting.
The main object of this invention is to produce
an inexpensive and efficient form of coupling for
joining the sections of coal feeding worms.
The second object is to construct a coupling of
the class described which can be readily attached
knurled or ?attened as desired, without depart
ing from the spirit of this invention.
When joining a pair of worm ends Ill and II'
it is desirable to coat the parts with a compound
and thereby fill up all of the voids and prevent
corrosion due to moisture or other corrosive ele
ments in the material being conveyed by the
. worm.
It will be observed that if the sleeve I8 is
turned to draw the ends I0 and II together, the
The third object is to construct a coupling 10 double tapered plug I4 is forcibly pressed into
the openings I1 and the ends III and II are solid
which will reduce the possibility of wear and
ly united. Any excess compound will ?ll the
corrosion between the contact surfaces of the
space 20 between the ends I2 and I3. Obviously
associated parts.
too great an excess would be objectionable as it
The fourth object is to provide a coupling
which will have the required strength to resist 15 would prevent a proper seating of the parts.
Should it be desiredto uncouple the ends I0
torque in both directions and end thrust in both
and I I, it is only necessary to turn the sleeve I8
directions and yet will occupy a minimum of
in the opposite direction with relation to the ends
space.
I0 and II and they will be forced apart by. this
I accomplish these objects in the manner set
forth in the following speci?cation as illustrated 20
In the form of the device shown in Figs. 4 and
in the accompanying drawing, in which;
5, the worm shaft end 2 I is provided with a tongue
Fig. 1 is a longitudinal section through the
22'and the worm shaft end 23 is provided with a
coupling and the adjacent ends of a pair of worm
slot 24 to receive the tongue 22. In this form of
sections.
25 the device, the worm shaft ends 2| and 23 are
Fig. 2 is a transverse section taken along the
provided with threads 2I——R and 23-—L which
line 2—2 in Fig. l.
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receive the right and left hand threads I8—T of
Fig. 3 is an enlarged end elevation of the plug
the sleeve I8.
member.
In the latter described form of the device, axial
Fig. 4 is a longitudinal section through a modi
rigidity is sacri?ced for a lowered manufacturing
?ed form of the device.
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cost but the principle of the operation is identical
Fig. 5 is a transverse section taken along the
in the two forms of the device.
line 5—5 in Fig. 4.
It will be understood that while in Figs. 1 and 2
Similar numbers of reference refer to the same
the pitch is not illustrated as being uniform be
or similar parts throughout the several views.
tween adjacent ?ights of the coupled worms, it
Referring in detail to the drawing, there. is
is desirable to have them so, although it is not
shown in Figs. 1 and 4 the ends II] and I I of a
absolutely essential. While all‘ the references
pair of coal worm sections whose projecting por
have been directed toward the coupling of coal
tions I2 and I3 are provided with right hand
feeding worms, it will be appreciated that the
threads I2—R and left hand threads I3—L. The
same arrangement applies to any other form of
or detached in the ?eld.
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action.
shaft ends I2 and I3 are drilled and tapered to
approximately 1A5" to the inch‘ forming the sock
ets I2—~S and I3—S ?uted along the tapen with
90 degree angle ?utings I2-—F and I3—F. For
the sake of illustration, the flutings I2-—F and
I3--F are not shown past the end of the plug I4.
For the purpose of illustration only, it is stated
that if the maximum diameter of the taper is 3A”
there would be approximately 24 ?utes I2—F and
I3—F formed in the circumference thereof.
Fitting into the tapered recesses is a ?uted plug
I4 whose ?utes I5 and I6 mate with the ?utes
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conveying worm as well as shafting for machine
parts wherein the installation and operating con
ditions are such as to render use of the ordinary
forms of coupling undesirable.
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While I have thus illustrated and described my
invention, it must be understood that the pro
portions illustrated are only by way of example.
Also the number and type of the ?utes I5 and
the degree of taper of the plug I4 are not critical.
I claim:
1. In a device of the class described, the com
bination of a pair of worm sections having their
I2-F and I3--F of the tapered recesses I ‘I. The
adjacent shaft ends oppositely threaded, said
ends I2 and I3 are joined by the reversely thread
shaft ends having ?uted, tapered recesses formed
ed sleeve I8 whose exterior I9 may be smooth or 55 therein along the worm axis, a double tapered
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plug having its largestdiameter knurled in the
nation of a pair of adjacent axially disposed
middle of its length and having ?utes along its
tapered surfaces adapted to mate with those ‘in
shaft ends, each of which has a tapered recess
formed therein, a tapered plug adapted to occupy
both of said recesses when said shaft ends are
the shaft recesses and a threaded sleeve adapted
to receive the threaded ends of said worm sec 5 drawn together, said plug and recesses‘ having
tions and draw same together upon said plug. .
'2.‘ ‘A coupling for coal feeding worms consist
ing of a pair of externally threaded worm shaft
mating'flutes'formed therein adapted to selec»
tively position said shaft ends in a rotary direc
tion, said shaft ends being oppositely threaded
ends having tapered recesses formed axially in
and, a sleeve having opposite ,internalvthreads '
the shaft ends and ?uted. longitudinally, a fluted‘ 10 adapted-to, receive thethreaded shaft ‘ends in a
plug adapted to occupy‘ said tapered recesses
manner to draw’ the shaft'ends'together when
when the shaft ends are drawn together, and-a
said sleeve is rotated in one direction, and force
threaded sleeve adapted 'to receive said shaft ends
same apart when the sleeve is rotated in the opand draw same together while they are held
posite direction.
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against relative rotation by said ?uted plug.
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3. In a device of the class described, a combi
WILLIAM M. SCHWEICKART.
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