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The combination with an internal combustion engine having an intake manifold, of a heater for said manifold having two chambers disposed in proximity to the walls thereof, a burner for supplying heat to one of said chambers, and means for supplying a heated fluid from said engine to the other of said chambers. The foregoing objects of the invention, together With means for carrying the same intoeifect, will best be understood from the following description of certain forms or I embodiments thereof illustrated in the accompanying drawings, of which: The combination with the intake manifold of an internal combustion engine, of a burner for heating said manifold, said burner having a fuel pit and a fuel overflow communicating with said pit at substantially the longitudinal center thereof, and means for supplying liquid fuel to said pit.

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The body portion or casing 17 hereinafter referred to as the body encloses a chamber 22 surrounding a tubular passage The botton of the burner is surrounded by a wire gauze or siinil'ar screen 29fse cured by a ser'ew'3Q'to a projection 31 on the bottom of "the casting 18, said screen serving to ed to preventthe escape of flame from the quench an flame which may escape through the air passages 28; Within the casting 18 is formed 21 horizontally disposed,- substanmay cylindrical fuelpit 3 2, in which'i; 1 l a broad-lamp wick, 33, rolled intosub stantially cylindrical torin, disposed about the "walls of said fuel pit, its edges 'er zteridingthrough a longitudinal'slot at the top otthe latter, said? The combination with an internal combustion engine having an intake manifold, of a heater for said manifold having two chambers disposed in proximity to the walls thereof, a burner for supplying heat to one of said chambers, and means for supplying a heated fluid from said engine to the other of said chambers. There is also provided an exhaust passage connected to an exhaust pipe leading to any 'convenient 'point and discharging to the atmosphere. In; tlie-1neantime, however, the engine will have been started and a portion 'ofthe hot waste gases from the exhaustinanifold will pass through the pipe 6: A heating unit insertable between the carbureter and the intake manifold of an internal combustion engine, said unit comprising a body portion and a burner portion secured to said body portion, said body portion having a passageforming an extension of the intake manifold and two chambers disposed in proximity to the walls of said passage, one of said chambers having a connection for supplying a heated fluid thereto, and said burner portion being disposed beneath the other of said chambers to supply heat thereto and having a fuel pit, a fuel inlet communicating with the bottom of said pit, a fuel overflow communicating with said pit at substantially the longitudinal centre thereof, and a connection for supplying liquid fuel to said inlet. At its inner'end the passage 52 communicates with a trough-like depression '53iorined in the bottonr otthe fuel pit at substantially the provided with a threaded opening coininunicating' wi-th the fuel pit adjacent the depressi on53,- but slightly above the latter, said opening receiving a nipple The combination with the intake manifold of an internal combustion engine, of a burner for heating said manifold, said burner having a fuel pit and a fuel overflow communicating with said pit at substantially the longitudinal center thereof, and means for supplying liquid fuel to said pit. In said prior application and patent are shown stove units adapted for insertion between the carbureter and intake manifold of an internal combustion engine, each of said units comprising a short length of tubing which, when. Application, filed April 19, This invention relates to devices for supplying heat to the contents of the intake manifold of an internal combustion engine, and is in the nature of an improvement on the stoves for intake manifolds shown and described in'my prior application, filed October 5, , Serial No. A heating unit insertable between the carbureter and the intake manifold of an internal combustion engine, said unit comprising a casing having a passage forming an extension of the intake manifold and two chambers disposed in proximity to the walls of said passage, a connection to one of said chambers for supplying a heated fluid thereto, and a burner for supplying heat to the other of said chambers. In testimony whereof I afiix my signature. The combination with the intake manifold of an internal combustion engine, of a burner for heating said manifold, said burner having a horizontally disposed, substantially cylindrical fuel pit formed in its under side with a substantially centrally disposed depression, a fuel inlet disposed beneath said fuel pit and communicating with said depression, and a fuel overflow communicating with said pit adjacent said depression, and about on a level with the top thereof, said overflow determining the fuel level, a wick disposed about the walls of said fuel pit and having its ends projecting from the top thereof and its lowest portion slightly below the fuel level, a vaporizing unit extending longitudinally into said fuel pit within said wick, and means for supplying liquid fuel to said inlet. The combination with the intake manifold of an internal combustion engine, of a burner for heating said manifold, said burner having a fuel pit, a fuel inlet communicating with the bottom of said pit, and a fuel overflow communicating with said pit at substantially the longitudinal center thereof, means in said fuel pit for heating and vaporizing the fuel therein, and means for supplying liquid fuel to said inlet. It will be seen that, by'rea son of the central inlet at torded by the troiighdike depression 53, to- geth'er with the substantially central armagememof the overflow, the fuel pit 32 maybe evenlysupplied with fuel, irrespectiveot'any'reasonable inclination of the device referenceto the "horizontal. E "In o'perationfor when it is desired to start the'mo'ton fuel is introduced through pipe and fillsithe fuel pit and saturates the wiclqthe surplus fuel runningr'back to the tank. The electric current is then turned on",thus heating the vaporizing coil 35 and vaporizing some of the fuel in the pit The inflammable vapor rises tron'i the gauze cover and when it enters the chamber 22 is ignited by the ignition plug 89, which lights'the burner. Another object of the invention is to provide improved means, ina device of the character referred to, for feeding the fuel to the burner, which means are of such characteras to reduce to a minimum all danger of explosion or other accident and provide a substantially even, constant and reliable feed under varying conditions of use, the device having, in common with. The present invention has for its object to'provide a charge-heating device of the general" character above referred tohaving means whereby, after the engine has been started, a suitable heated fluid fromthe engine, preferably a portion ofthe hot waste gases or products of combustion in the exhaust manifold, may be passed through the device and in proximity to the intake mani fold extensionaso that the device will be adapted to heat the incoming chargeduring the normal operation of the engine without the combustion of additionalfuel. The foregoing objects of the invention, together With means for carrying the same intoeifect, will best be understood from the following description of certain forms or I embodiments thereof illustrated in the accompanying drawings, of which: I Referring to Figures 2 and 3, the stove unit comprises a body portion or casing 17 and a burner portion 18 disposed beneath the body portion 17, being secured to the latterby bolts 19 but spaced therefrom by a housing 20 which encloses the space between said burner and body portions and is heat insulated. To all whom it may concern: The combination with the intake manifold of an internal combustion engine, of a burner for heating said manifold, said burner having a fuel pit and a fuel inlet and fuel overflow communicating with said pit at substantially the longitudinal center thereof, and means for supplying liquid fuel to said fuel inlet.

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  1. Another object of the invention is to provide improved means, ina device of the character referred to, for feeding the fuel to the burner, which means are of such characteras to reduce to a minimum all danger of explosion or other accident and provide a substantially even, constant and reliable feed under varying conditions of use, the device having, in common with.

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