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Jan. 1, 1963
T. Ffsuses
3,070,898
TEXTILE TREATING APPARATUS
Filed Sept} 16, 1959_
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controlled valve and is of a conventional type‘ which ‘has
the capacity to throttle the steam in order to provide con
TEXTILE TREATING APPARATUS
Thomas F. Suggs, Gastonia, N.C'., assignor to Cooker
Machine & Foundry Company, Gastonia, N.C., a cor
poration of North Carolina
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Filed Sept. 16, 1959, Ser. No. 840,447
2 Claims. (CI. 34-87)
This invention relates to textile treating apparatus hav
ing an automatic controlling device for regulaing the
temperature on the drying section.
In the textile industry, it is conventional to pass a
plurality of ends of'yarn continuously through a size
box, thereby impregnating the yarn with liquid size or
the like. After impregnation, the excess size is squeezed 15
tinuously variable steam pressures. A leverv 20 is pivoted
to the valve stem extension 21, ‘and in turn is pivoted to
another lever 22 which is pivoted to a bell crank 23 hav
ing a stationary pivot ‘24. The bell crank‘ 23 is operated
by a plunger 25 which reciprocates through a stationary
bearing 26 and which is connected to .friction disc 27.
A spring 30 is provided continuously urging the friction
disc 27 toward the right as seenjin the drawing.
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Another friction disc 31 is provided, in angular con:
tact with the friction disc; 27.. The friction disc _31.is
supportedon a sleeve 32 which carries a governor>33.
The sleeve 32 is splined to an internal’ shaft ,34 which in
turn is driven through a stationary bearing 35 by. a gear
out of the yarn and the yarn is then passed through a
36 meshed with a wormv gear 37_Which is driven by an
electric drive motor 40., The ‘drive motor 40' is con
nected through a, sprocket 41 and a chain 42 to the,
beam 14.
drums with which the ends of yarn are in peripheral con
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tact.
A conventional electric energizing source such as the
It is conventional to provide slashers with speed control >
wires 43, 44 is provided for driving the motor 40, and
means for running the multiple ends of yarn at different
the speed of the motor is regulated by a conventional
rheostat 45.
rates of linear speed. This is a source of dif?culty since
the yarn, if uniformly squeezed, tends to have a rela
It will be appreciated, accordingly, that the rheostat
tively uniform moisture content. Therefore, if the yarn 25 45 not only controls the speed of operation of the beam
runs at a relatively low speed over the peripheries of the
which in turn controls the speed of operation of the
cans in the can drying section, such yarns are exposed
slasher, but this rheostat also operates through the gov
for a relatively great period of time to the drying action
ernor 33 to control the lever arm 20, which actuates the
of the steam within the cans, thus resulting in a very
valve stem extension 21 thereby automatically regulating
complete drying and possibly even a scorching of the 30 the setting of the valve which controls the pressure of
yarns. On the other hand, if the slasher is being run
the steam that is delivered to the cans 12. I
at a very high rate of speed, the multiple ends of yarn
In operation, the operator simply adjusts the rheostat
are exposed for a much shorter period of time to the
45 in order to attain the desired speed on the beam 14.
dryer. One conventional form of dryer is the so-called
“can dryer,” which consists of a plurality of spaced steam
peripheral surfaces of the cans in the dryer, thus providing
This operates automatically through the linkage mech
a substantially shorter drying time with the result that 35 anism including the lever 20 to adjust the pressure trans
a much less complete drying is obtained.
mitted through the valve 15, thereby pressurizing the
It is an object of this invention to provide a means for
cylinders in the cans 12.
If the operator should re
permitting the wide variation of linear speed of opera
adjust the rheostat 45 to provide additional speed, the
tion of a slasher, without interfering with the attainment
governor balls 33 tend to ?y further apart, thereby draw
of a uniformly dried product. More speci?cally, it is an 40 ing the friction disc 31 toward the left, swinging the bell
object of this invention to provide automatic means for
compensating for the changes of speed of the yarn as it
crank as indicated by the arrows on the drawing, thereby
pulling the arm 20 toward the right and readjusting the
passes through the slasher, and particularly the drying
valve 15 in order to provide a higher pressure.
section thereof, so that substantially the same degree of
drying will be obtained whether the yarn is being run
operator should reduce the speed of the beam 14, the
reverse action takes place, decreasing the speed and also
decreasing the pressure of the steam supplied .to the cyl
at a high rate of speed or at a loW rate of speed.
Other objects and advantages of this invention, in
cluding the simplicity and economy of the same, will
further become apparent hereinafter and in the drawing.
The drawing represents schematically, in side eleva- '
tion, an apparatus embodying features of this invention
and accomplishing the objects heretofore referred to.
Referring speci?cally to the form of the invention se
lected for illustration in the drawing, the number 10
designates a conventional size box which contains liquid
size solution, and the number 11 designates a dryer hav
ing a plurality of steam heated cans 12. The cans 12 are
If the
inders of the can section.
It will be appreciated that the temperature of steam
is approximately proportional to its pressure, when the
steam is saturated. Therefore, the control system speci?
cally disclosed herein provides a ready and convenient
means for changing the temperature of the peripheral
surfaces of the drying cylinders.
Accordingly, when the yarn is passing at low speed over
the surfaces of the cylinders, the steam pressure is sub
stantially reduced, thereby counteracting the fact that
the yarns ‘are in contact with the drum surface for a
spaced apart from one another providing a tortuous pas
relatively long period of time. Similarly, when the linear
sage for the yarn Y which is conventionally in the form
speed
of the yarn is increased, the pressure of the steam is
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of a sheet consisting of multiple ends.
also increased, providing a higher temperature which
The number 13 designates a beamer having a beam 14
provides much more rapid drying. Therefore, regardless
upon which the multiple ends of yarn are Wound, after
of the speed of the yarn the temperature of the steam is
they emerge from the dryer.
so adjusted that a uniform drying condition is obtained
The size box 10, the dry can section 11 and the beamer
at the exit of the dryer.
13 are all conventional in the art and are Well known.
In accordance with this invention, a means is provided
for varying automatically the steam pressure supplied in
Although this invention has been described with spe
ci?c reference to the particular form thereof, a con—
siderable number of variations may be made, including
the substitution of equivalents, reversals of parts, and the
ment of the yarn through the slasher. It will be apparent
use of certain features of the invention independently
that the steam valve 15, which receives steam from a 70 of other features, without departing from the spirit or
pipe 16 connected to a suitable source, is an automatically
scope of the invention as de?ned in the appended claims.
ternally to the cans, in proportion to the rate of move
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Having thus described my invention, I claim:
1. In a textile treating apparatus adapted to the sizing
and drying of a continuous run of textile material, the
combination which comprises steam heated drying means,
steam valve means for varying the steam pressure in said
drying means, means for varying the speed of textile mate
said steam pressure varying means for automatically
varying the pressure of the steam in response to varia
tion in the speed of the textile material, said control
means including a pair of tangential friction discs sup
ported on spaced parallel shafts, one of said shafts being
connected to said electric motor and having mounted
rial at said drying means, and control means connected to
thereto a mechanical governor arranged to move said
said speed varying means, said control means including a
mechanical governor and a mechanical linkage actuated
friction discs along said shafts a distance proportional to
a change of speed of said motor, the other of said shafts
and moved by said governor, said mechanical linkage 10 being arranged for movement with said friction discs
and being connected by mechanical linkage with said
being connected to said steam valve means for auto
steam pressure varying means.
matically varying the pressure of the steam in response
to variation of speed of the textile material.
References Cited in the ?le of this patent
2. In a textile treating apparatus adapted to the sizing
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and drying of a continuous run of textile material, the
combination which comprises steam heated drying means,
steam pressure varying means for said drying means, an
electric drive motor adapted and arranged to move said
textile material through said apparatus, electrical means
for varying the speed of said motor to control the linear 20
speed of said textile material at said drying means, and
control means connected to said electric motor and to
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Barif? ______________ _.. Apr. 2,- 1940
Krough ____________ _... Apr. 11, 1944
New _______________ _.. May 13, 1947
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Long ______________ __ July 20,
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Spangenberg _________ __ Oct. 11, 1949
Kullgren et a1. ______ __ Sept. 24, 1957
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