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March 29,1938.
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¢_J,ALDEN
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2,112,323
WEATHER STRIP
"Filed June 18, 1936
Inventor
A itomeys
2,112,323
Patented Mar. 29, 1938
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFIQE
2,112,323
WEATHER STRIP
Clarence John Alden, Painesville, Ohio
Application June 18, 1936, Serial No. 86,010
3 Claims. (Cl. 20-69)
I for anchoring said plate 2 in position thereon.
The present invention relates to new and useful The free end portions of the anchoring. prongs
improvements in weatherstrips, and has for its 3 are clinched, as at 4, the clinched portions 4 be
primary object to provide an article of this char
ing countersunk in the body I, as illustrated to
acter comprising a body of felt, rubber, or other
5 pliable material having mounted thereon a resil
ient metallic supporting plate, the construction
and arrangement of said supporting plate being
such as to provide an efficient and durable
Weatherstrip, adaptable for a great number of
10 uses, that is capable of being coiled on a spool or
core to facilitate easy handling by users as well
as simplifying the handling and dispensing of the
product by dealers.
Furthermore, the unique
method used to fasten or bond the pliant mate
15 rial to the metallic member also provides uni
formly spaced perforations by which the weather
strip can be easily attached with nails or screws.
Other objects of the invention are to provide
a Weatherstrip of the aforementioned character
which can easily be installed by the average per
20 son without particular mechanical ability, will
present a neat and attractive appearance when
installed, and will function e?iciently and durably
as a Weatherstrip for doors and windows of every
description. In addition, this invention has other
advantage in Figure 2 of the drawing.
The 5
struck out anchoring prongs 3 provide openings 5
in the plate 2 which accommodate securing nails
or screws.
‘
The longitudinal marginal portions of the plate
2 are bent at an obtuse angle in a manner to pro
10
vide inturned ?anges 6. It will be noted that one
of the flanges 6 extends over the inner or unused
longitudinal edge of the body I in a manner to
protect the same. The resilient metallic plate 2
is so constructed as to hold the body I ?rmly 15
when the Weatherstrip is applied.
It is believed that the many advantages of a
Weatherstrip constructed in accordance with the
present invention will be readily understood, and
although a preferred embodiment of the article 20
is as illustrated and described, it is to be under
stood that changes in the details of construction
may be resorted to which will fall within the
scope of the invention as claimed.
What is claimed is:--
l. A weather strip comprising a pliable body,
25 uses, such as a seal for trunks, cedar chests, etc,
a sound deadener, a shock absorber and a seal for
any type of container or similar article from
an elongated metallic plate mounted on one side
of said body, obtuse longitudinal ?anges on said
which it is necessary to exclude dust, moisture,
vermin, moths, light, etc.
While the primary object is to provide an ef
30
ficient Weatherstrip that is capable of being mar
keted in coil form and which is capable of being
applied to doors, windows, and other openings of
various contours, the Weatherstrip may also be
5 made with a rigid metallic member for applica
tion to straight surfaces such as the bottom of a
door.
pliable body, an elongated metallic plate mounted
Figure 1 is a perspective view of an end por
tion of a Weatherstrip constructed in accordance
25
plate engaged with said one side of the body for
preventing movement of the plate relative to said
body, and means interposed between the longitu
dinal ?anges for securing the plate on the body.
2. A weather strip comprising an elongated
longitudinally on said body on one side thereof,
?anges extending inwardly at an obtuse angle
from the longitudinal edges of the plate and en
gaged with the body for preventing movement of
the plate relative to said body, and‘ prongs struck
from said plate at longitudinally spaced points
between said ?anges and. anchored in the body,
said prongs leaving openings in the plate for
the passage of securing elements.
through the invention.
3. A weather strip comprising a pliable body,
Figure 3 is an end elevational view.
a metallic plate mounted longitudinally on one 45
45
Referring now to the drawing in detail, it will side of said body, ?anges extending inwardly at
be seen that the embodiment of the invention an obtuse angle from the longitudinal edges of
which has been illustrated comprises an elon
the plate and engaged with the body for pre
gated body I of suitable pliable material, such as venting the movement of the plate on said body,
felt. Mounted on one side of the body I, above and prongs struck from said plate at longitudi 50
the longitudinal center thereof, is an elongated nally spaced points between said ?anges and an
5O resilient plate 2 of suitable metal.
The reference numeral 3 designates prongs chored in the body.CLARENCE JOHN ALDEN.
which are struck from the plate 2 at longitudi
0 with the present invention.
Figure 2 is a view in longitudinal section
nally spaced points and which penetrate the body
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