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US Patent: 805,000
Driving Mechanism for two Pump-Plungers
Patentee:
William E. Blair - Buffalo, NY

USPTO Classifications:
417/521, 74/44

Tool Categories:
propulsion and energy : internal combustion engines : fuel pumps

Assignees:
Buffalo Gasolene Motor Co. - Buffalo, NY

Manufacturer:
Buffalo Gasolene Motor Co. - Buffalo, NY

Witnesses:
A. Snyder
Theodore L. Popp
Louis W. Gratz
Robert Weitkenecht

Patent Dates:
Applied: Jan. 30, 1905
Granted: Nov. 21, 1905

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"Vintage Machinery" entry for Buffalo Gasolene Motor Co.
Description:
Abstract:

This invention relates to a driving mechanism Which is more particularly designed for operating two reciprocating parts, such as the air and water pumps of a hydrocarbon or gasolene motor, but which is also applicable for other purposes.

The object of my invention is the production of a driving mechanism, which permits two pump-plungers or similar reciprocating parts to be arranged very compactly and to be operated from the same source in a simple and inexpensive manner.

Claims:

1. A driving mechanism for operating two reciprocating parts which move at an angle to each other, comprising an eccentric, a strap surrounding the eccentric and pivotally connected with one of said parts, a head arranged on said strap and having a slot which is substantially parallel with the movement of the part to which said eccentric is pivotally connected, and an abutment arranged on the other part and engaging with said slot, substantially as set forth.

2. A driving mechanism for operating two. reciprocating parts which move at an angle to each other, comprising an eccentric, a strap surrounding the eccentric and pivotally connected with one of said parts, a head arranged on said strap and having a slot which is concentric with the eccentric and which extends generally in a direction parallel with the movement of the part to which the eccentric is pivotally connected, and an abutment arranged on the other part and engaging with said slot, substantially as set forth.

3. A driving mechanism for operating two reciprocating parts which move at an angle to each other, comprising an eccentric, a strap surrounding the eccentric and pivotally connected with one of said parts, a head arranged on said strap and having a slot, a pair of lugs arranged on the other part and receiving the head between them, and a roller pivoted on said lugs and engaging with said slot, substantially as set forth.

4. A driving mechanism for operating two reciprocating parts which reciprocate at right angles to each other, comprising a rotary eccentric, an eccentric-strap surrounding said eccentric and having a pitman which is pivotally connected with one of said-parts, a head arranged on said strap and provided with a slot which is concentric with said eccentric and extends generally in the same direction as the line of movement of the part with which said pitman is connected, and an abutment or roller arranged on the other part and engaging with said slot, substantially as set forth.

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