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. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 14 (April 1902) . the machine. It is especiallyadapted for handling shavings, sawdust, chips, etc.,from woodworking machinery; dust, lint, etc., frompolishing and buffing wheels; for conveying wool, cot-ton, and all kinds of like material; for removingsteam, gas, smoke and odors; for heating and ventil-ating purposes, and for mechanical forced and in-duced draft apparatus. The manufacturers are theHartford Blower Company, 70 Suffield Street, Hart-ford, Conn. complete combustion. There are no flat places or cor-ners in the boiler where mud can collect and

. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 14 (April 1902) . the machine. It is especiallyadapted for handling shavings, sawdust, chips, etc.,from woodworking machinery; dust, lint, etc., frompolishing and buffing wheels; for conveying wool, cot-ton, and all kinds of like material; for removingsteam, gas, smoke and odors; for heating and ventil-ating purposes, and for mechanical forced and in-duced draft apparatus. The manufacturers are theHartford Blower Company, 70 Suffield Street, Hart-ford, Conn. complete combustion. There are no flat places or cor-ners in the boiler where mud can collect and Stock Photo
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. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 14 (April 1902) . the machine. It is especiallyadapted for handling shavings, sawdust, chips, etc.,from woodworking machinery; dust, lint, etc., frompolishing and buffing wheels; for conveying wool, cot-ton, and all kinds of like material; for removingsteam, gas, smoke and odors; for heating and ventil-ating purposes, and for mechanical forced and in-duced draft apparatus. The manufacturers are theHartford Blower Company, 70 Suffield Street, Hart-ford, Conn. complete combustion. There are no flat places or cor-ners in the boiler where mud can collect and causeoverheating of the seams. All flanges look outward,thus greatly facilitating the calking and inspection THE HARTFORD STEEL-PLATE EXHAUSTER.The accompanying cut illustrates the Hartfordpatent adjustable, interchangeable and reversible steel-plate exhauster. The journals are supported by self-oiling bearings, secured to standards which are adapt-ed to be bolted to a floor or to overhead timbers. Onthe inlet side of the shell is a supporting standard. THE HARTFORD STEEL-PLATE EXHAUSTER. THE REGAN LOCOMOTIVE BOILER. A locomotive boiler, which is arranged to provide alarge heating surface and to insure complete combus-tion of the fuel, has been recently invented by Mr. JohnJ. Regan, of 166 Third Street, Jersey City, N.J. It consists essentially of two shells, onebeing arranged eccentrically within the other.There is thus formed between the shells asteam and water compartment leading to a steamdome, from which extends the usual supply-pipe carry-ing generated steam to the engine. The near end ofthe internal shell, as shown in the illustration, formsa fire-box, from which a set of smoke-flues extend,through a water-compartment, to an auxiliary combus-tion chamber containing water-jacketed deflectors.Thence a second set of smoke-flues extend through asecond water-compartment to the smoke-box. Underthe grate in the firebox is an air inlet which is pro-vided with a valve under the c

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