Patent Model - Jacket-Ring for Hot-Air Furnaces

Maker and role
Charles Bailey, Patentee
Fuller & Warren Company, Assignee
Production date
Nov 26 1895
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21 x 17 x 2 1/4" (53.3 x 43.2 x 5.7cm)
Bailey's patent "related to the joints which are used to connect the arc-form parts of rings which are used to receive and hold in place the sheet-metal jackets of hot-air furnaces. These flanged rings are often too great in circumference to be case conveniently, and consequently are made in arc-form parts formed to abut and where abutting to connect; and to form this connection of the ring parts is the object" of his invention." (Patent Number 550,241)
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