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July 23, 1963
F. J. GARRlsoN
3,098,493
PIPE FOR SMOKING TOBACCO
Filed Oct. 16, 1961
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31,098,493
Patented July 23, 1963
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drawing etïect upon the moisture in the accumulating
chamber.
Frank J. Garrison, 1031 Riverview Ave., Dayton, Ohio
Filed (Bat. 16, 1961, Ser. No. 145,201
2 claims. (ci. isi-_203)
has a main body portion y20, and integral therewith the
stem portion 22, and bit portion 23. These three portions
may be made of any suitable material capable of being
PEE FÜR SMÜKING TÜBACCO
Referring to the drawings, particularly FIG. l, the pipe
molded, such as plastics or the like. A bowl 21, prefer
ably made of wood, and hollowed out to form the tobacco
combustion chamber ‘26, has an exteriorly threaded exten
vide a pipe for smoking tobacco with means for accumu 10 sion 27, which is received by the interiorly threaded recess
This invention relates to an improved pipe for smoking
tobacco.
It is among the objects of the present invention to pro
lating and trapping the foul tasting moisture usually
in the body 20 of the pipe, for removably attaching the
bowl to 21 to said pipe body. The inner surface of bowl
extension 27 forms the ceiling of the moisture accumu
tially prevents the moisture from being drawn through
lating chamber 24 in said recess. An annular groove
the bit into the mouth of the user.
A further object of the present invention is to provide 15 28 is provided in its extension 27, said groove being in
communication with the interior 26 of the bowl 21
a pipe with moisture accumulating and trapping means,
through passage 129. A passage 25 opens into the mois
which is remote from the bit of the pipe and over or
ture receiving chamber 24 and extends throughout the
through which the smoke does not pass as it is drawn
entire length of the integral stem and bit portions 22 and
from the bowl of the pipe, through the bit and into the
20 23 respectively. A smoke conducting conduit 26 has its
mouth of the user.
one end opening into the passage 25 at a point remote
Further objects and advantages of the present invention
from the moisture chamber 24, and extends upwardly
will be apparent from the following description, reference
found in a pipe after repeated use.
This means substan
being had to the accompanying drawings showing pre
through the body portion 20 of the pipe and communi
FIG. l illustrates a pipe having a one-piece stem and
bit to which the bowl portion of the pipe is removably at
tached, this bowl portion cooperating with the stem to
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form a moisture accumulating and trapping chamber.
terial 3i) is replaceable held therein by the bowl 21. This
substantially prevents the back ilow of liquid moisture
from chamber 24 into the bit 23.
cates with the interior of the bowl through groove 28
ferred forms of construction embodying the features of
25 and passage 29'.
the present invention.
To assist in the retention of the fluid moisture accumu~
In the drawings:
FIG. 2 shows a pipe similar to the one shown in FIG.
lated in the chamber 24, a wad or pad of absorbent ma
_When this pipe is used, air drawn through the burning
l, the stem, however, being removably attached to the bit
tobacco in bowl 21 will become smoke laden and pass
cumulating and trapping chamber in the stem and inde
pendent of the bowl portion thereof.
lated in chamber 24, the smoke laden air, drawn into the
bowl portion of the pipe.
nection with the duct 25, will substantially prevent the
through opening passage 29 into the communicating,
and forming an intermediate chamber in said stem.
downwardly inclined passage 2‘6, connecting passage or
FIG. 3 shows a pipe having a one-piece stem and bowl,
the bit being removably attached to the stem and forms an 35 duct 25, and enter into the user’s mouth. Inasmuch as
this flow of smoke laden air is remote from, and in no way
intermediate chamber in the stem. This chamber is re
passes over or through the foul tasting moisture accumu
mote from but directly connected with the moisture ac
mouth of the fuser, will not be contaminated. Inclination
FIG. 4 is a detail, elevational view of the removable 40 of the smoke passage 26, upwardly from its point of con
drivel of the smoker to flow into the bowl area of the pipe,
but on the contrary, said drivel will flow through duct -25
into the moisture accumulating chamber 24.
tasting moisture in the smoke conducting passages of the
The pipe shown in FIG. 2, is substantially like the one
pipe, caused by condensation and the added drivel by the 45
shown in FIG. 1, excepting that the bit portion 123 is re
user of the pipe.
movably attached to the stem portion 122. Here the end
Attempts have been made to mitigate this condition by
of the stem portion '122 has a recess 131, which receives
providing moisture accumulators or absorbers directly
the reduced end 132 of the bit portion l123. The recess
inside the smoke conducting passage of the pipe. Such
arrangements are effective for a very short period of use 50 131 in the stem is longer than the reduced portion 132 of
the bit 123, thus forming the intermediate chamber 133
for, as the deterring elements in the smoke passage become
within the stem 122. Duct '134 in the stem directly con
charged with the ill tasting moisture, the smoke laden
nects the intermediate chamber with the moisture accumu
air being drawn through and over the said moisture
lating chamber 124. Duct 125 in the bit 123 opens into
charged elements will become contaminated and take up
the foul taste of the moisture. Eventually the moisture 55 the intermediate chamber `133. The inclined smoke con
duit 126 opens into the intermediate chamber 133 and
itself may be drawn into the mouth of the smoker with
communicates with the interior of the bowl 121 through
the ill tasting, smoke laden air.
passage 129 in said bowl. An absorbing pad 130 is pro
This inefficient arrangement and its undesirable eiiects
vided in the chamber 124. It will be noted that the inter
are practically avoided in the pipe of the present inven
mediate chamber is remote from the accumulating cham
tion. Here the moisture acoumlating chamber and its
ber and that the smoke conduit opens into the upper area
contained absorbing element is remote from the pipe pas
of said intermediate chamber 133.
sage through which the smoke laden air is drawn and
The pipe shown in FIG. 3, differs from those of FIGS.
conducted to the mouth of the user. Said chamber and
l and 2 in that the bowl portion 221 is not removable, but
its contained element is connected with the smoke con
ducting pipe passage at a point remote from said cham 65 is integral with the stem portion 222. Like the pipe of
1n smoking tobacco in a pipe, a Very undesirable condi~
tion presents itself, that is, the accumulation of a foul
ber, thereby eliminating direct contact of the smoke
laden air with the accumulated, foul tasting moisture in
the said chamber and its contained element.
This fea
FIG. 2, it has a detachable bit portion 223, provided with
a reduced diameter end 232 which is insertable into re
cess 231 in the end of the stem portion 222, and forms
an intermediate chamber 233 therein. In the bottom of
ture permits the moisture, particularly the smoker’s drivel
to flow directly into the accumulating chamber, remote 70 the stem portion, contiguous to but not in direct communi
cation with the bowl portion 221, there is provided an
from the smoke passage of the pipe. Suction on the pipe
interiorly threaded recess having a removable sealing plug
stem for smoking purposes will have no substantial with
3,098,493
240 which forms the moisture accumulating chamber 2214
within said recess. A moisture absorbing wad or pad
230 in said chamber is replaceable by removal of said plug
240. A smokewconduit 2216 provides a downwardly in~
clined communication between the interior of the bowl
portion 221 and the intermediate chamber at its upper
area. Duct 234 in the stem portion 222 directly con
nects the intermediate chamber 213-3 with the moisture
accumulating chamber 224. The duct 225 in stem por
tion 223 opens directly into the intermediate chamber 10
233.
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terior of the 4bowl with the duct at a point substantially
at the midpoint of said pipe so as to be remote from the
said chamber, and a moisture absorbing pad in said cham
ber.
n
2. A pipe for smoking tobacco, said pipe consisting of
a stem having a bit portion, there being a recess in the
stem adjacent its end opposite the bit portion, a bowl re
movably secured in said recess and having a bottom wall
forming a top closure member for said recess, this recess
providing a moisture receiving chamber, a pair of diverg
ing ducts extending lengthwise of the stem 'and having a
lower conduit providing an unrestricted passage constitut
The features of the present invention are readily adapt
able to be embodied in a pipe having a curved stem and
ing the sole communication between the end of the bit por
bit. These features substantially isolate the flow of the
tion and the moisture receiving chamber, and having an
smoke laden air from the area of moisture accumulation 15 upper downwardly inclined conduit connecting the in
andrconsequently said air will not be contaminated and
ruined by the foul tasting, accumulated moisture.
In the proposed constructions the pipe may easily be
terior of the bowl with the duct at a point substantially
at the midpoint of said ¿pipe so as to be remote from the
said chamber, and a moisture absorbing pad in said cham
cleaned and the absorbent wad or pad may readily be re
ber, the walls of ysaid recess having threads formed there
moved and replaced Awith a wad of cotton, sponge or other 20 on, the lower end of said bowl having threads formed
material having moisture absorbing qualities.
thereon for engagement with said tñrst named threads.
What is claimed is as follows:
,
1. A pipe for smoking tobacco, said pipe consisting of
a stem having a lbit portion, there being a recess in the
stem adjacent its end opposite the bit portion, a bowl re 25
movably secured in said recess and having a bottom wall
forming a top closure member for said recess, this recess
providing a moisture receiving chamber, a pair of diverg
ing ducts extending length-wise of the stem and having a
lower conduit providing an (unrestricted passage constitut 30
ing the sole communication between the end of the bit
References Cited in the ñle of this patent
UNITED STATES PATENTS
1,710,440
1,988,588
2,251,654
Torrese _____________ __ Apr. 23, `1929
Ellsworth ____________ __ Jan. 22, 11935
Bergeron _____________ __ Aug. 5, 1941
2,373,993
Brand ____________ ___-- Apr. 17, 1945
2,561,751
3,028,867
Partin ______________ __ July 24, -1951
`Calkins _____________ __ Apr. 10, 1962
343,725
Great Britain _________ __ Feb. 26, 1931
portion and the moisture receiving chamber, and having
an upper downwardly inclined conduit connecting the in~
FOREIGN PATENTS
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