Patent Model - Improvement in Beer-Coolers

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Gerhard Fuchs, Patentee
Joseph Luigart, Patentee
Production date
Jun 09 1868
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Wood, iron
8 x 11 1/4 x 4 3/4" (20.3 x 28.6 x 12.1cm)
Fuchs and Luigart's patent works in the following way: "A stream of water is passed through the series of pipes B B, entering the lower pipe and passing out at one end of the upper pipe. The beer to be cooled is poured into the trough or box F, passes through the sieve G, and then through the perforations in the bottom of the trough, and falling upon the upper pipe B, passes over it, and continues its passage over the series of pipes, being distributed equally over them by the teeth or flanges C C." (Patent Number 78,659)
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