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March 1, 1938}. 2,109,660 E. F. CHAFFEE WINDOW CONSTRUCTION Filed Feb, 10, 1937 I 1' J5 BY%M% Nagy Patented Mai. 1, 1938 _ 2,109,660 I UNITED STATES. PATENT OFFICE 2,109,660 WINDOW CONSTRUCTION Edward F. Chaifee, Syracuse, N. Y., assignor to The 0. M. Edwards Company, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y.. a. corporation of New York Application February 10, 1937, Serial N... 125,102 4 Claims. (01. 189-76) ' This invention relates to window constructions, ‘here shown, the sash is formed with a double particularly for vehicles, as the cars of stream line trains, and has for its object a weather tight mounting for the sash in the frame, and more glass pane with a spacer ll between them. The construction of the sash frame per se forms no part of this invention. The margins of the glass pane may fit in an particularly a weather tight mounting for the rounding corners of the sash in the rounding corners of the window frame. ~ ' inner weather or glazing strip l! in the channel of the sash frame, as shown in the application It further has for its object a weather tight of Roy T. Axe, Serial No.- 103,560, ?led October mounting for a sash in a window frame with ) rounding corners, which weather strip is com posed of flexible‘ resilient material, as rubber, and is in v‘the form of a channel ?tting in the channel of the window frame and receiving with in it the sash,'the weather strip having beads or‘ ; heads at the margin of its side walls, which beads are pressed tightly against the sash or the glass thereof forming a weather tight glazing strip, 1, 1936. > 13 designates the ?exible and resilient weather 10 tight mounting strip for the sash in the window \ frame. ' The window. frame and‘ the sash are formed with rounding corners, and this invention relates ' to the construction .of the weather strip, where- 15 by the weather strip, when bent, around the rounding corners, ?ts, without distortion, against with the mounting being so constructed that when the sash or the glass thereof. The strip I3 is ~ the strip is bent around the corners of the sash ‘ U-shaped in cross section and ?ts into the chan w and the frame, the beads at the corners lie snug nel 2, and the sash frame 8, when in position, 20 ly and uniformly, without buckling or distortion, I snugly ?ts the weather strip and presses it against ‘ along the sash and the window frame. ‘ the sides and the bottom of the channel 2. The The invention consists in the novel features and sides?of the U-formation of the strip I: are pro in the combinations and constructions herein vided'with headed or beaded portions ll located ; after set forth and claimed. _ beyond the inner edges l5 of the side- walls of 25 In describing this invention, reference‘ is had the channel 2 of the window frame, these beaded to the accompanying drawing in which like char portions l4 pressing against the sash frame .or the acters designate corresponding parts in all the glass thereof. The beaded portions coact with the edges" of the side walls of the channel 2 of Figure 1 is a fragmentary isometric view of a the window frame, so that the beaded portions are 30 window construction embodying this invention. pressed against the sash or the glass thereof, , Figure 2 is an enlarged fragmentary isometric The mounting‘ strip I3 is made upin straight vieweof the weather strip mounting for the sash. strips U-shaped in cross section, and when ap _ Figure 3 is an elevation of the U-shaped plied to the window and sash frame is bent 5 weather strip before applied to the frame and around the rounding, corners of the channel 2 35 . views. ’ This construction is particularly designed for sashes that are immovably mounted in the win of the window frame. and the rounding corners of the sash frame. Ordinarily, this would cause distortion and buckling of the strip at the cor- . dow frame. hers, and particularly distortion of the beaded portions“ at the corners, so that the beaded ‘0 ed in the window openings of the car body in any ~ portions would not lie snugly against the sash suitable manner, this frame being usually formed - or the glass thereof, and the margins of the side of metal to provide a channel 2 for receiving the walls of the ‘channel _2- of the window frame. In ’ order to cause these beaded portions ll to snugly, sash, one wall 3 of the channel being demount 5 able for the purpose of replacing the sash in the without distortion, lie against the sash or the glass thereof and against the margins of the‘ side window or removing it therefrom. By sash is meant a glass pane, single or double,v walls of the channel 2 around the corner por tions thereof, the strip l3 at the corner portions with or without a marginal frame. As here illustrated, the demountable side 3 thereof is formed with transverse slits l6 through ) ?ts in a groove 4 in the window frame beyond the ‘the bottom portion of the channel formation 50 bottom of the channel 2 and is held in the groove thereof», the slits extending partly into the side ., by a screw 6. walls of the U~formation of the strip, so that ' ) I designates the window frame, which is mount 8 designates the sash frame, this being usually I when the strip .is bent around the corners of the } formed of metal and being formed with a channel sash and the frame, these slits open and per 1 9 for receiving the margin of the glass I0. As mit the U-shaped strip I! to bend, without dis- 55 } 2,100,000 torting the beaded portions l4. Hence, when the tion thereof at the corners of the window frame installation is complete, the beaded portions, 0 and the sash for causing the beads'to follow the which serve as glazing strips, lie uniformly on the rounding corner portion ' of the sash, without sash or the glass and are continuous or undi distortion, and to press against the sash. vided without wrinkling and distortion, so that the sash is snugly ‘glazed throughout its entire 3. In a window construction, the combination . with a window frame in the form of a channel, extent and wind and weather prevented from the frame having rounding corners, and a sash .beating in crevices at the inner and outer edges -mounted in the channel and having rounding of the beaded portions. 10. What I claim is:-— i ' _ ' corners; of a ?exible cushion mounting and re silient weather strip in the channel in which the sash is mounted, said strip being in the form with a window frame in the form of a channel, Y of a channel and ?tting the channel in the frame the frame having rounding corners, and a sash and having the edges of its side walls in the mounted in the channel and having rounding -form of beads coacting with the walls of the channel of the frame to press the beads against 15 corners; of a mounting and weather strip in the channel in which the sash is mounted, said strip the sash, said strip being formed with trans being in the form of a channel fitting the chan verse slits in the bottom portion thereof. at the -nel in the frame and having the edges of its corners of the window frame to cause the beaded side walls in the form of beads pressing against portions to press evenly against the sash and the window frame at the corners, without distortion. 20 the sash and the'outer edges of the side walls of the channel of the frame and forming glazing 4. In a window construction, the combination strips, the channel-shaped strips being formed vwith a window frame-in the form of a channel, with transverse slits in the bottom portion there the frame ‘having rounding corners, and a sash of at the corners of the window frame and the mounted in the channel and having rounding 1. In a windowconstruction, the combination 25 ' '~ corners; of ‘a ?exible cushion mounting and re 2. In a window construction‘, the combination silient weather strip in the-channel in which the with a window frame in the form of a channel, ' sash is mounted, said strip being initially straight the frame having rounding corners, and a sash‘ ' in the form of a channel in cross section and mounted in, the channel and having rounding ' being fitted in the channel of the frame and corners; of a mounting and weather strip in the around the corners thereof and embracing the channel in which the sash is mounted, said strip margin of the sash, the strip having beads at. being in the form of a channel around the pe ‘the edges of its side walls pressing against .the sash. riphery of the sash and embracing the sash, the‘ strip fitting the channel in the frame and hav-' ing the edges of its side walls. in the form of beads pressing against the sash, said strip being formed with transverse slits in the bottomv por sash, the strip being constructed to cause the beads to be continuous at the corners of the sash and the frame, without buckling or distortion. EDWARD F. cmrrnn.