Title:
Oil boiler edge
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
An oil fired boiler designed to be highly efficient with a built-in domestic hot water coil. This coil will supply all the hot water for bathing, washing laundry and other hot water needs. The combustion chamber is located in the upper section of the boiler. With the combustion chamber located high in the boiler, it allows the products of combustion to flow downward. As the products of combustion flows downward, it flows over and around four water chambers, which will extract the heat from the products of combustion as it leaves the bottom of the boiler at very low temperatures before exhausting up the flue of a fifteen foot or higher chimney.



Inventors:
Uglietto, Salvatore Rocco (Winchester, MA, US)
Application Number:
11/335717
Publication Date:
05/31/2007
Filing Date:
11/14/2005
Primary Class:
International Classes:
F24H1/00
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Primary Examiner:
WILSON, GREGORY A
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Salvatore R. Uglietto (Winchester, MA, US)
Claims:
1. No manufacturer has the right to build a Heating Boiler with a combustion chamber at the top of the boiler, allowing the products of combustion to exhaust down to the bottom of the Heating Boiler.

2. No manufacturer has the right to build a Heating Boiler that exhaust its products of combustion through layers of water chamber shelves that are lined up heading down to the bottom of the boiler.

Description:

BACKGROUND

For many years, the Products of Combustion that have been released from the Oil Fired Boilers have had. Temperatures that Exhaust up into the chimney between 600 and 800 degrees. With the high cost of fuel, time is of the essence, to relieve this pressure, on the many people who burn soil to heat their homes.

Furthermore, Gas Heat can be very dangerous. If the products of combustion are not exhausted properly, it can affect the lives of those who live in those buildings. Also, it is much more expensive to heat a home.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

Building an Oil Fired Boiler with a Built-In Domestic Hot Water System that will Exhaust the Products of Combustion up into the Chimney with Temperatures below One Hundred Degrees.

This High Tech Oil Boiler Edge will have an efficiency rating of almost Ninety Nine Percent.

Henceforth, when installing an oil fired boiler with a Built-In, Domestic Hot Water System, will have two great advantages.

First, during the summer months when the boiler is not operating it will keep the boiler from sweating and mixing with the carbon that will create a big problem when cleaning and servicing the boiler during the summer months.

Second, it “will eliminate” the cost of buying a separate Hot Water Heater that is costly, and also, costly to operate.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

The top of the boiler has a water chamber that will Absorb Ninety Percent of the Heat from the products of combustion.

    • Seven Inches High
    • Twenty Two Inches Wide
    • Twenty Six Inches Deep

Also, this water chamber will contain the Domestic Hot Water coil.

Below this water chamber is the combustion chamber, the oil burner will be mounted on the front door of the combustion chamber.

    • Fifteen Inches High
    • Sixteen Inches Wide
    • 23 Inches Deep

Also, on both sides of the combustion there will be a three inch wide water chamber that is connected to the top water chamber and will stretch down to the bottom water chamber. The two side water chambers will be connecting all the lower water chambers as described in the following.

At the Bottom Back End of the combustion chamber is an opening passage to exhaust the products of combustion.

    • Sixteen Inches wide
    • Two inches deep

The remaining Nine percent of the Heat from the Products of Combustion will be Absorbed by the following Five Water Chambers.

Attached to the bottom of the Combustion Chamber is a Water Chamber, that will Absorb more of the heat from the products of combustion that pass by the top and the bottom of the water chamber.

    • Three Inches High
    • Sixteen inches Wide
    • Twenty One Inches Deep

Below this Water Chamber is an Exhaust Chamber.

    • Two inches High
    • Sixteen Inches Wide
    • Twenty Three Inches Deep

Below this Exhaust Chamber is a Water Chamber. To Absorb more of the heat from the products of combustion that pass through.

    • Three inches High
    • Sixteen Inches Wide
    • Twenty One Inches Deep

Below this Water Chamber is an Exhaust Chamber.

    • Two Inches High
    • Sixteen Inches Wide
    • Twenty Three Inches Deep

Below this Exhaust Chamber is a Water Chamber. To Absorb more of the heat from the products of combustion that pass through.

    • Three Inches High
    • Sixteen Inches Wide
    • Twenty One Inches Deep

Below this Water Chamber is an Exhaust Chamber

    • Two Inches High
    • Sixteen Inches Wide
    • Twenty Three Inches Deep

Below this Exhaust Chamber is a Water Chamber. To Absorb more of the heat from the products of combustion that pass through.

    • Three Inches High
    • Sixteen Inches Wide
    • Twenty One Inches Deep

Below this Water Chamber is an Exhaust Chamber

    • Five Inches High
    • Sixteen Inches Wide
    • Twenty Three Inches Deep

This Exhaust chamber is connected to the Flue that is connected to the chimney that is at least Fifteen Feet High.

Below the Exhaust Chamber is the Bottom of the Boiler Water Chamber to Absorb the remainder of the heat from the products of combustion before it enters the flue that is

    • Three Inches High
    • Twenty Two Inches Wide
    • Twenty Six Inches Deep

FIG. A

The Oil Boiler Edge

A drawing of a sheet of metal 70 inches wide and 38 inches high. This piece of sheet metal will become the inner jacket of the oil boiler which will carry all the products of combustion when completed.

Before this piece of sheet metal is bent into shape, nine pieces of metal must be stamped out.

It is much easier to stamp out pieces of metal from a full sheet of metal before it is bent into shape.

There are nine sections that need to be stamped out.

#1-#2-#3-#4-#5-#6-#7-#8-#9 is the products of combustion exhaust outlet.

When these nine pieces are stamped out, at that time the five 90 degree bends will be made.

#1a—4 inch bend

#2a—23 : :

#3a—16 : :

#4a—23 : :

#5a—4 : :.

FIG. B

Contains the formed inner boiler jacket with the left and right side stamped out pieces.

FIG. C

The parts that are attached and welded to FIG. B.

#1—Top Enclosure.

#2—Bottom Enclosure.

#2a and 2b are the back legs of the bottom enclosure.

#2c is the front bottom enclosure stand.

This space at the bottom of the inner jacket leaves room for the circulation of the boiler water. When the heating system is calling for heat and the water is pumped into the bottom of the boiler with a pump, it will circulate the water through the bottom of the tank and up through both sides of the boiler.

#3 will have four pieces that will be built and set into the boiler and welded into place. 3a-3b-3c-3d.

These pieces will be open on both the left side and the right side of the boiler. As the products of combustion travel around these sections, the water heats up and circulates up and around the boiler.

Starting with the combustion chamber (#4) where the oil burner is mounted, the products of combustion travel down #5-#6-#7- and #8 around 3a-3b-3c-3d, continuously heating the water in the boiler.

The exhaust flue must be connected to a chimney with a minimum height of fifteen feet.

FIG. D

Is the sheet of metal for the outer jacket of the boiler. The dimensions are 48 inches high and 84 inches long.

Three outlets must be stamped out before it is bent into shape.

#1 the domestic hot water coil opening.

#2 the products of combustion exhaust opening.

#3 The heating system water return opening.

A 90 degree bent on each section.

A—5 inch

B—26 inch

C—22 inch

D—26 inch

E—5 inch

Doing this will form the outer jacket of the boiler.

FIG. E

#1 is the outer jacket all bent and formed. It is now ready to be installed over the inner jacket.

#2 is the top of the boiler enclosure, 22 inches wide 26 inches deep.

#3 is the opening for the heating system supply.

#4 is the opening for the boiler relief valve. This valve will protect the boiler from over water pressure.

#5 is the bottom of the boiler enclosure.

FIG. F

The outer jacket of the boiler is installed over the inner jacket of the boiler.

#1 The two front sections is welded into position from top to bottom.

#2 The top enclosure is welded into position.

#3 The bottom enclosure is welded into position.

The boiler water will be contained between the inner boiler jacket and the outer boiler jacket.

FIG. G

The boiler is completely assembled.

#1—The oil burner.

#2—Oil burner mounting location.

#3—The door for visual inspection of the flame.

#4—The door for cleaning and servicing of the boiler.

#5—The Door for cleaning and servicing of the boiler.

#6—The Door for cleaning and servicing of the boiler.