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Manufacturers Index - Buffalo Forge Co.

Buffalo Forge Co.
Buffalo, NY, U.S.A.
Company Website: http://www.bmt-usa.com/
Manufacturer Class: Wood Working Machinery, Metal Working Machinery & Steam and Gas Engines

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Patent Number Date Title Name City Description
192,623 Jul. 03, 1877 Improvement in mechanical movements for operating blowers in forges Charles Hammelmann Buffalo, NY
225,010 Mar. 02, 1880 Velocipede Charles Hammelmann Buffalo, NY
225,702 Mar. 23, 1880 Mechanical movement Charles Hammelmann Buffalo, NY
252,103 Jan. 10, 1882 Portable Forge Charles Hammelmann Buffalo, NY
270,897 Jan. 23, 1883 Fan-blower Charles Hammelmann Buffalo, NY
282,076 Jul. 31, 1883 Mechanical movement Charles Hammelmann Buffalo, NY
529,845 Nov. 27, 1894 Forge Henry W. Wendt Buffalo, NY
802,060 Oct. 17, 1905 Drill Charles E. Stone Buffalo, NY
803,203 Oct. 31, 1905 Portable Forge William F. Wendt Buffalo, NY
805,691 Nov. 28, 1905 Forge William F. Wendt Buffalo, NY
808,897 Jan. 02, 1906 Apparatus for treating air Willis H. Carrier Buffalo, NY This patent covers what is considered to be the first modern air conditioner, that is, a device that controls both temperature and humidity while circulating and cleaning the air.
820,431 May. 15, 1906 Fan Blower Frank X. Müller Buffalo, Erie County, NY
845,697 Feb. 26, 1907 Carriage-machine John W. Crain Winchester, KY This combination machine is shown in an eleven-page spread in the (undated, but from about 1920) Buffalo Forge catalog No. 179.
855,766 Jun. 04, 1907 Shearing Machine Robert Gerlach Buffalo, NY
900,966 Oct. 13, 1908 Centrifugal Pump Georg Sulzer Buffalo, Erie County, NY
116,014 Jan. 12, 1909 Centrifugal Pump Georg Sulzer Buffalo, Erie County, NY
50,668 Sep. 01, 1911 Mejoras en las Máquinas Rotativas. Buffalo Forge Co. Buffalo, Erie County, NY This is a Spanish patent.
137,517 Dec. 26, 1911 Rotary Engine John Herbert Vandeventer Buffalo, Erie County, NY
160,911 Apr. 16, 1912 Improvements in Rotary Engines John Herbert Vandeventer Buffalo, Erie County, NY This is an Australian patent.
1,026,887 May. 21, 1912 Rotary Engine John H. Van Deventer Buffalo, Erie County, NY
1,046,687 Dec. 10, 1912 Rotary Engine John Herbert Van Deventer Buffalo, Erie County, NY
144,581 Dec. 10, 1912 Psychrometer Willis H. Carrier Buffalo, Erie County, NY A hygrometer consisting of a wet-bulb and a dry-bulb thermometer, the difference in the two thermometer readings being used to determine atmospheric humidity.
1,070,086 Aug. 12, 1913 Rotary Engine John Herbert Van Deventer Buffalo, Erie County, NY
1,070,087 Aug. 12, 1913 Metallic Packing John Herbert Van Deventer Buffalo, Erie County, NY
1,070,088 Aug. 12, 1913 Counterbalanced Bearing John Herbert Van Deventer Buffalo, Erie County, NY
1,085,971 Feb. 03, 1914 Method of humidifying air and controlling the humidity and temperature thereof Willis H. Carrier Buffalo, NY This patent covers a method of simultaneously controlling the temperature and humidity, especially for (but not limited to) textile mills. The patent specification creates the impression that the inventor had performed many experiments to characterize the behavior of water vapor and air as temperatures are varied. He found that over the range of temperature and relative humidity normally desired in a textile mill, the difference between air temperature and dew point is practically constant. Thus, the relative humidity can be controlled by conditioning the intake air to be a specific number of degrees cooler than the inside air, while simultaneously using a water mist to bring the intake air to the dew point.
D46,152 Jul. 21, 1914 Blower Gear Casing Henry W. Wendt Buffalo, NY
1,190,693 Jul. 11, 1916 Forge Henry W. Wendt Buffalo, NY
172,716 Oct. 24, 1916 Forge Henry William Wendt Buffalo, Erie County, NY
180,684 Nov. 27, 1917 Centrifugal Fan Albert A. Criqui Unknown, Unknown
1,518,089 Dec. 02, 1924 Change-speed mechanism for drilling machines or the like John E. Manquen Buffalo, NY
1,743,418 Jan. 14, 1930 Bending Machine Arthur T. Yates Buffalo, Erie County, NY
D125,938 Mar. 18, 1941 Design for a drill press or the like Russell H. Rideout Buffalo, NY
D125,939 Mar. 18, 1941 Design for a drill press or the like Russell H. Rideout Buffalo, NY
2,269,064 Jan. 06, 1942 Power feed mechanism mechanism for machine tools Russell H. Rideout Buffalo, NY