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Jan. 11, 1938‘
A, T, FLOWER
2,105,112’
INSULATOR BRACKET
Filed Nov. 21, 1936
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Patented Jan. 11, loss
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INSUIATOR BRACKET
Archibald TQFlower, Jenkintown, Pa.
Application November 21, 1936, Serial No. 112,-137
6 Claims.
(Cl. 173-321)
This invention relates to an improved insulator
end oi’ the bracket are provided with alined
bracket particularly adapted for attaching in-
openings ll for passing a bolt ll therethrough
sulators to the brick or stone walls of a building
i'or supporting electrical conduits, cables and the
is like.
It is an objector the invention to provide an
insulator bracket which may be ?rmly and securely anchored in the seam or joint 01' a wall of
masonry during the course 01 construction.
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A further object oi‘ the invention vresides in
providing a bracket 01' great strength made from
a minimum amount of material and which iacilitates the proper spacing of the. insulators from
the wall and from each other.
15 Another object of the invention resides in providing a bracket which is simple and durable in
on the ends of which are mounted insulators Ii.
Additional openings are. provided ‘in the arms to
permit the proper spacing of the insulators irom 5
the‘ wall and if desired an insulator may be
mounted on the ‘bolt Ii between the arms I.
Also a. cable clamping clip‘ I’! may be attached to
the upper arm of the bracket adjacent the outer
side of the wall by means 01' a bolt ll.
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In use, the bracket is installed in the wall of
the building during the course of construction
and forms an integral part thereof which pre
vents accidental displacement oi’ the bracket.
When applying tthe bracket, the arms 6 are 15
positioned to straddle a course of bricks at a
construction, e?lcient in operation and inexpen-
point to bridge one of the vertical transverse
sive to manufacture.
‘seams or the course of bricks above and below
Other objects and advantages of the invention
go will be apparent during the course or the 101-
lowing description.
In the accompanying drawing, forming a part
of this speci?cation‘ and in which like numerals
are employed to designate like parts throughout
25 the same,
Fig. 1 is a perspective view or the bracket applied to a brick wall,
Fig. 2 is a longitudinal sectional view or the
bracket shown in Fig. 1, and,
30 Fig. 3 is a section taken on line 3-4 0! Fig.2.
In the drawing, wherein for the purpose of
illustration, I have shown a preferred embodimeat 01' my invention, the bracket 5 is formed
by bending a ?at strip 01' metal, intermediate its
the bracket, 80 that the M1185 ll Project Into
the vertical seams between the ends of the bricks 20
in the front row, thereby preventing lateral
movement of the brackets when the wires sup
ported by the bracket are pulled tallli- The free
ends of the arms are positioned 80 the Stop 11188
engage against the inner side of the wall and 25
prevent longitudinal movement of the brackets.
It is to be understood that the form of my in
volition heroin shown and described is to be
taken as a preferred example of the same and
that certain changes in vthe shape. size and ar- so
ranseinent' 0f the Parts may be made Without
departing from the spirit of the invention or
the scope of the subioined claims.
Having thus described my invention, I claim:-~
35 length, to provide spaced parallel arms 6 having
their free ends bent in opposite directions at right
angles to the body of the arms to provide stop
lugs 1. When installed in a brick wall, the arms
Q are disposed in straddling relation 'to one or
1. An insulator bracket for attachment to a 35
masonry wall formed 01' a single strip of ?at
metal bent substantially U'shape , to provide
spaced parallel arms and tangs extending from
said arms at an angle thereto for anchoring said
40 more courses oi’ brick I and are ‘positioned to
strip in the wall.
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bridge a vertical seam or joint 9 of the course or
2. An insulator bracket for attachment to a
bricks above and below the bracket. The stop
lugs 1 engage against the inner side of the wall
wall formed of a single strip oi’ ?at metal bent
intermediate its length to Provide spaced Dal.‘
limiting the longitudinal movement of the
45 bracket. The arms 6 at a point between the
inner and outer sides of the wall are provided
along their medial line with oppositely bent
tangs III ,which enter the vertical seams of the
adjacent courses oi’ brick between the ends 0! the
60 bricks in the front row 01' the course, to prevent
side or lateral movement of the brackets. The
bent portion ll of the bracket is curved and has
a central opening to receive a bolt l2 i'or supporting an insulator I 3 at the extreme forward
55 end thereof. The arms 6 adjacent the forward
allel arms. adapted to extend through seams 01'
the wall, the free ends of said arms being bent 45
at an angle to form stop lugs and tangs extending
from said arms at an angle thereto tor anchoring-“ii
the arms in the wall.
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3. An insulator bracket for attachment to a
masonry wall comprising a ?at metal strip bent 60
intermediate its‘ length to form spaced parallel
arms, a portion 01' each of said arms being
adapted to pass through respective seams of the
wall, and means for supporting insulators on the
portion or said arms extending. beyond the wall. 56
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4. 4n insulator bracket for attachment to a
masonry wall formed of a single strip of ?at
metal bent substantially U-shape to provide
spaced parallel arms, the free ends of said arms
being adapted to pass through respective hori
zontal seams of the wall in bridging relation to
a transverse vertical seam of the wall, and tangs
struck from said arms adapted to enter. the
transverse vertical seam of the wall.
5. An insulator bracket for attachment to a
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-masonry wall formed of a single strip of ?at
metal bent substantially U-shape to provide
spaced parallel arms adapted to extend through
respective horizontal seams of the wall, the free
15 ends of said arms being bent in opposite direc
tions adapted to engage the adjacent face 0! the
wall, and tangs struck from said arms interme
diate their length adapted to engage in a ver
tical seam of said wall.
6. An insulator bracket for attachment to a
masonry wall formed of a single strip of ?at
metal bent substantially U-shape to provide
spaced parallel arms adapted to extent through
respective horizontal seams of the wall, tangs
struck from said arms adapted to engage a ver
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tical seam oi the wall, and means passing through
said varms adjacent the bend of the strip for
attaching insulators thereto.
ARCHIBALD T. FLOWER.
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