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'» Feb. s, 1938.
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2,107,775
WINDOW CONSTRUCTION
Filed Oct. 1, 1936
ATTQRNEYS ,
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Patentedr'eb. 8, 1938 '
< UNITED STATES
PATENT OFFICE
2,107,775
. WINDOW CONSTRUCTION
Roy '1‘. Axe, 87mm, N. Y., assignor‘ to The
0. M. Edwards‘ Compsny Inc., Syracuse, N. Y.,
a corporation of New York
‘Application October 1, 1936, Serial No. 103,560
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> 7 Claims.
. This invention relates towindow constructions,
particularly for fast moving vehicles, as the cars
of stream lined trains, and has for its object an
inner and outer weather stripping, the inner
stripping forming a seat for the glass in the sash
' frame and sealing the joint between the glass and
the sash frame, and the outer strip sealing the
joint between the sash and the window frame.
and also projects or covers the inner strip against
weather and deterioration.
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,It also has for its object an outer weather strip
of resilient material which yields or gives and
takes during weaving and distortion of the car
' body and'relieves the sash or sashes of the weav
15 mg and distortional strains.
' More speci?cally, it has for its object an outer
I , weather stripping of resilient material, as rubber,
[which is pressed against the walls of the chan
ml of a windowframe in which the‘ sash frame
[20 is located, and is provided with headed or beaded
margins, which press against the outer face of
‘ the outer glass pane and the inner face of the
inner glass pane,.and thus protect the resilient
‘strips in which the margins of the glass pane or
panes are seated. .Also, it has for its object such
an outer weather strip which also presses against
[ the edges of the side walls of. the channel of the
_ window frame to shield the exposed crevice vbe
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tween the window frame and the weather strip
30 ping as well as the crevice between the weather
stripping and the glass panes and the sash
frames.
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The invention consists in the novel features
and in the combinations and constructionslhere
35 'inafter set forth and claimed.
' In describing this invention, reference- is .had
'I to. the accompanying drawing in‘ which like
charactersdesignate corresponding parts in all
the views.
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Figure 1. is a fragmentary isometric view of. a
window construction embodying this invention;
and
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Figure 2 is an enlarged sectional view through
‘the sash and window frame.
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This windowconstruction is particularly de
, signed for‘ sashes that are immovably mounted
in a window frame. When installed in fast mov
ing trains, the usual sash constructions are in~
effective to prevent moistureandwrain from forc
50 ing’ around the‘ sash frame to the interior of the
window, and also the sashes ‘are subject to strains
resulting‘ from weaving of'thecar body, and this
invention comprises _a resilient weather stripping,
' which presses against thesvindow frame and the
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glass panes in sucha‘manne'rjas to prevent wa
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ter beating between the weather stripping and
the ,_ glass panes and being forced around the
glass panes or around the sash frame and from
being forced around the weather stripping be
tweé’n the weather stripping and the walls of the 5
channel of the window frame and also cushions
the sash frame in the window frame and relieves
it, to a large extent, of body weaving and distor
tional strains.
I ' designates
the . window frame,
which is 10
mounted in a window opening of the car body
in any suitable manner, this frame being formed
up of metal to provide a channel 2 for receiving
the sash frame, one wall, as 3, of the channel
being demountable for the purpose of placing the 15
sash in the window frame or removing it there
from.
As shown, the demountable side 3 fits into a
groove I in the window frame beyond the bottom
5 of the channel and isheld in the groove by a 20
screw 6. The construction of the channel forms
no part of this invention.
’ I designates the sash frame, this being usually
formed of metal and confining a channel 9 for
receiving the margins of the glass panes l0 and 25
a spacer II between them. The sash frame is
made up so that one side is demountabie for the
purpose of removing and replacing the glass
pane, but the construction of the sash frame for
this purpose forms no part of the invention. The 30
margins of the glass panes may seat in a yielding
inner weather or glazing strip 80 in the channel
of the sash frame and is U-shaped in general
form in cross section.‘ The strip 80 is usually
of rubber and also forms a cushion between the
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glass pane or panes and the sash frame 8.
i2 designates the outer weather stripping, this
being usually of rubber and U-shaped in cross
section, and fitting the channel 2. The sash
frame I, when in position, snugly fits the weather 40
strip and presses it against the sides and bottom
of the channel 2.‘ It serves as a cushion to re
lieve the sash of strains due to weaving and dis
tortion of the car body, when the car is running.
The sides of the U formation constitute strips
between the sides of the sash and the side walls 45
of the channel, and these are provided with
headed or beaded portions I 3 located beyond the
inner edges H of the channel of the sash frame
and pressing at 15 against the outer face of the 50
outer glass pane and against the inner face of the
inner glass pane, and also pressing at i6 against
the edges of the side walls of the channel 2, which
edges extend inwardly beyond the inner edges
of the sash frame. The beads l3 thus shield 55
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the inner strip 80 and protect it against weather,
and hence rapid deterioration and are pressed
against the glass at all times during weaving etc.
The weather stripping is applied to the sash
framebefore it is mounted in the vwindow frame,
4. In a window construction, the combination
with a window frame formed with a channel, and
a sash'frame mounted in the channel and con?n
ing a second channel. for receiving the margins
and when the sash frame is mounted in the chan
nel of the window frame, the headed or beaded
tween the sash frame and the walls of the chan
of the car body.
portions in pressing against the edges of the side
10 walls of the channel of the window frame, as at
I6, tend to press the headed or beaded portions
against the glass pane and hold them in snug
engagement therewith at l5. Hence, any water
is prevented from. beating in crevices shielded
15 at l5 and I6 by theseheaded or beaded portions.
What I claim is:
1. In a window construction, the combination
with a window frame formed with a channel and
a sash frame mounted in the channel and con
20 ?ning a second channel for receiving the mar
gins of the glass, of inner and outer weather
strips, the inner weather strip being located in
the channel of the sash frame and forming a
seat for the margins of the glass and the outer
25 strip being located in the channel of the window
frame between the sash frame and the walls of
the channel of the window frame, and extending
beyond the inner edges of the sash frame and
pressing against the glass forming a shield for
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weaving and distortional strains to which the
window frame is subjected.
the inner strip,
2; In a window construction, the combination
with a window frame formed with a channel and
a sash frame mounted in the channel and con‘
?ning a second channel for receiving the mar
35 gins of the glass, of inner and outer weather
strips, the inner weather strip being located in
the channel of the sash frame and forming a
- seat for the margins of the glass and the outer
of the window glass; of weather strip means be
nel of the window frame including resilient strips
interposed between the sash frame and the side 10
walls of the channel of vthe window frame and
having beaded portions extending beyond the,
‘inner edges of the sash frame and pressing
against the window glass.
5. In a window construction, the combination 15
with a window frame formed with a channel, and
a sash frame mounted in the channel and con
?ning a second channel for receiving the margins
of the window glass; of weather strip means be
tween the sashframe and the walls of the chan
nel of the window frame including resilient
strips interposed between the sash frame and
the side walls of the channel of the window
frame and having beaded portions extending be
yond the inner edges of the sash frame and press 25
ing against the window glass, said strips having
means coacting with the walls of the channel oi
the window frame to press the beaded portions
against the window glass.
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6. In a window construction, the combination 30
with a window frame formed with a channel, and
a sash frame mounted in the channel and con
fining a second channel for receiving the mar- -
gins of the window glass; of weather strip means
between the sash frame and the walls of the
channel of the window frame including resilient
strips interposed between the sash frame and
the side walls of the channel of the window frame
strip being located in the channel of the window
40 frame between the sash frame and the walls of
the channel of the window frame, and extending’
beyond the inner edges .of the sash frame and
pressing against the glass in position to shield
the edges of. the inner strip, the outer strip, also
and having beaded portions extending beyond
the inner edges of the sash frame and pressing 40
strips, ‘the inner weather strip being located in
channel of the window frame, said strip being
U-shaped in cross section and being pressed
against the bottom and sides of the U formation
constituting resilient strips and being provided 55
with beaded portions extending beyond the inner
edges of the sash frame and pressing against
the window glass, the beaded portions also press
ing on the edges of the side walls of the channel
against the window glass, the outer side of the \
beaded portions being arranged to press on the
edges of. the side walls of the channel of the
window frame and thereby force said beaded por
tions against the window glass.
< 45
45 pressing against the edges of the side walls of
'7. In a window construction, the combinatio
the channel of the window frame.
3. In a window construction,‘ the combination ‘ with a window frame formed with a channel, and
with a window frame formed with a channel, and a sash frame mounted in the channel and con
?ning a second channel for receiving the mar
a sash frame mounted in the channel and con
gins of the window glass; of weather strip means 50
?ning a second channel for receiving the mar
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gins of the glass, of inner and outer weather‘ between the sash frame and the walls of the
the channel of the sash frame and forming a
seat for the margins of the glass and the outer
55 strip being located in the channel of. the window
frame between the sash frame and the walls of
the channel of the window frame and extending
beyond the inner edges of the sash frame and
pressing against the glass, the outer weather
60 strip being U-shaped in general form and em
bracing the sash frame and also being of yield
ing material to cushion the sash frame against
and thereby forcing the beaded portions against
the window glass.
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ROY-T. AXE.
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