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Milk and Cream Cooler (Patent No: 227923)

Inventor: Brodie, William Anderson

Location: Bentley

Comments: N/A

Description: William Anderson Brodie, Bentley, Alberta, Canada, 16th January, 1923. Filed 10th July, 1922. Receipt No. 385,177.

Claim—1 A milk or cream cooler consisting of a cylindrical tank with a controlled outlet from the base thereof, an inverted conical member secured into the said outlet and demountable therefrom, means provided upon the said tank for placing a cooling medium therein and means upon the upper end of the inverted conical member for discharging the liquid to be cooled over the interior surface of the said conical member.

2 A milk or cream cooler consisting of a cylindrical tank with a controlled outlet from the base thereof, an inverted conical member secured into the said outlet and demountable therefrom, means provided upon the said tank for placing a cooling medium therein, a rest near the upper edge of the conical member to receive and retain a spreader which spreader consists of a hollow member with a small top and a large base the interior of which is filled with a cooling medium, a cap on the top thereof with a pan thereon which is perforated around the outer edge through which the fluid to be cooled passes and is spread over the cooling surfaces.

3. A milk or cream cooler consisting of a circular pan with perforations through the base adjacent the outer walls a spreader beneath the said pan with means for cooling the surface thereof, a scalloped base to the said spreader resting upon the interior surface of an inverted conical member, a cylindrical tank into an outlet at the base of which the said inverted conical member in demountably secured means for inserting a cooling medium within the said cylinder around the outer surface of the said cone and a controlled discharge from the said cylinder, all substantially as described.

Claims allowed, 3.

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