Title:
JR cooking odor exhauster
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
JR Cooking Odor Exhauster has many different mounting designs, but the principle is the same. The fan that is mounted on the solid one-piece, or the pieces that attach together, allows the fan to be situated at its utmost top level when it is placed on the window or on the sliding door. They carry three inch to sixteen inch diameter fans, even bigger; hence, the width of the solid or the attach pieces will meet the diameter of the fan having one inch more on either side and top. The height will meet the normal height of a horizontal sliding door or window and when it comes to a vertical slide window, the height of the solid one-piece or the pieces attached together will meet the width of the window. When JR Cooking Odor Exhauster is set tight fit to the door or window and started, it will only exhaust the air or the low density just-released cooking odors which move around close to the ceiling level before it is cooled down and dropped to lower levels. JR Cooking Odor Exhauster is so tight to the door, it never allows any outside air to escape in, even when it is facing the head wind. That's why the JR Cooking Odor Exhauster does an efficient job to exhaust fumes or any other air with bad odor, out of the house.



Inventors:
Roger, Jessey (Secane, PA, US)
Application Number:
10/986943
Publication Date:
05/18/2006
Filing Date:
11/15/2004
Primary Class:
International Classes:
F24C15/20
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Primary Examiner:
NDUBIZU, CHUKA CLEMENT
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
JR ENGINEERING (SECANE, PA, US)
Claims:
I claim:

1. an apparatus to exhaust cooking odors. JR Cooking Odor Exhauster is designed to have its exhauster fan to be situated at its utmost top level when it is placed on a horizontal sliding door or window, which applies to vertical sliding windows, too.

2. an apparatus as set forth in claim 1, which comes in short pieces that can be attached together, where the exhauster fan carrier piece will be attached at the very top piece to situate the fan to its utmost top level, when it is placed tightly between the end of the sliding door and the door frame or sliding window end and the window frame.

3. an apparatus as set forth in claim 2 comes with one solid piece where the exhauster fan will be situated at its utmost top level.

4. an apparatus as set forth in claim 1 comes with a metal or plastic structure that can be one solid piece or many short pieces to be attached to place the exhauster fan to its utmost top level when set at the door or window.

5. an apparatus as set forth in claim 1 can be made from a small, personal size to a large, industrial size for industrial use.

6. an apparatus as set forth in claim 1 comes with the solid one piece or the short pieces to be attached and are designed to fit all standard doors and windows.

7. an apparatus as set forth in claim 1 would not only exhaust the cooking odors, it will exhaust other odors, even the micro dust that escaped from the vacuum cleaners and brings fresh air into the room.

Description:

THE TECHNICAL OF THE INVENTION

The invention is to exhaust cooking odors. JR Cooking Odor Exhauster is designed to have the fan situated at the utmost top level when it is placed on a horizontal window or horizontal sliding door where the attachments or the solid one-piece has sealing material all around. Hence, the seal is tight between the door and the frame when the door is slid tight to the JR Cooking Odor Exhauster, so no air will escape in.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

The invention relates to fans. There are fans designed to mount on the windows and doors; some have two fans. One works as an exhaust, the other works as inlet, or both exhaust or both work as inlets. There are single fans that work as exhaust or inlet. JR Cooking Odor Exhauster, the fan is designed to mount on a solid one-piece, or it has attachments bolted together, or the male and female ends slide together which will situate the fan to its utmost top level when it is placed on a window or sliding door to blow out all the low density, just-released cooking odors which move around close to the ceiling level before it is cooled down and drops to lower levels.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

Page 1 of 11 FIG. 1 Southeast view shows the fan is mounted on a solid one-piece which is designed to be placed on a sliding door for windows. The fan will be mounted on a shorter piece.

Page 2 of 11 FIG. 2 Southeast view shows five more pieces are attached with the fan piece by inserting shafts through tubes and screw screwed in, to hold them firm.

Page 3 of 11 FIGS. 3 & 4 Southeast view shows FIG. 2 in detail. Here it shows how the shaft is inserted from the top piece, and the bottom piece is slid into the protruded shaft, then screwed in with the screw to stay firm and solid. The top of the shaft is flared to avoid sliding through.

Page 4 of 11 FIGS. 5 & 6 Southeast view shows the bottom of the top piece has two protrusions called the male, which will be inserted into the top of the bottom piece called the female, and screwed with a screw. Hence, more pieces can be added to fit a window or door height.

Pag 5 of 11 FIGS. 7 & 8 Southeast view shows the two pieces are slid into each other. The bottom of the top piece has a protrusion called male body, and the top of the bottom piece has matching slot called the female which helps to slide in. Hence, this comes as one piece, and more pieces can be added to meet the height that is needed.

Page 6 of 11 FIG. 9 Left view shows FIGS. 7 and 8 in a different view how they appear when they are slid into each other.

Page 7 of 11 FIG. 10 Sectional left view of FIGS. 7 and 8 (what the protrusion and the slot look like).

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

JR Cooking Odor Exhauster is designed to exhaust especially cooking odors and other bad fumes.

Another advantage of this design is that the fan is situated at its utmost top level. Hence, it will try to expel all the just-released cooking odors as well as water moisture and oil vapor because just-released odor, water moisture and oil vapor tend to stay near the ceiling area for a short period of time, because it is warm and low density.

Another advantage is that it can be used when not in use for cooking to ventilate other odors and dust at the same time to bring fresh air into the room.

An additional advantage of the JR Cooking Odor Exhauster is that it can also be mounted on vertical sliding doors or windows, because it is designed to be placed at its utmost top level (close to the ceiling) on the door or window.