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April 12, 1938.
P. BUSICO ET AL
2,114,100
SCREEN SUPPORT FOR WINDOWS
Filed July 8, 1937
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2,114,100
Patented Apr. 12, 1938
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,114,100
SCREEN SUPPORT FOR WINDOWS
Paul Busico and Edward Garosella, New York,
Application July 8, 1937, Serial N0. 152,524
6 Claims. (Cl. 156-14)
This invention relates to new and useful im
provements in a screen support for windows.
The invention has for an object the construc
tion of an article as mentioned from a single
5 sheet of material and characterized by the fact
that it may be set upon the top portions at the
ends of a window sash and support a window
screen.
Heretofore, it has been the practice to supply
10 extendable window screens which were capable
of engaging between the bottom of a window
sash and the window sill and between the guide
strips which supported the sash. These screens
could not be placed on the top of a window sash
15 because of the sash ropes or chains and the
support pulleys for the same. This invention
contemplates to so shape the screen support that
it is adapted to be placed on the top of a window
sash and properly support a conventional ex
2 O tendable screen without interference with the
action of the sash support chains and pulleys.
Still further the invention proposes to con
struct the screen support to be characterized by
a channel shaped head portion for engaging be
25 tween the sash strips of a window sash and ar
ranged to engage over the sash support ropes
or the like so that the arms of said channel are
at the side of the ropes and the back of the
channel extends across the rope.
30
Still further it is proposed to arrange the head
portion with continuation ?ange portions, one
such portion from one of the arms of the channel
extending back over the outside of the arm and
laterally outwards for holding the screen so that
35 one face engages the sash strip adjacent thereto.
It is proposed to provide another continuation
layer portion from the other of said arms to ex
tend the peg over the outside of the arms and
transversely, partially over the back of said
40 channel and to continue it laterally into a second
?ange portion for assisting in holding the said
screen.
Still further the invention proposes to provide
a base portion for supporting the head portion
45 and characterized by the fact that it is formed
from continuation portions from the head
portion.
For further comprehension of the invention,
and of the objects and advantages thereof, ref
50 erence will be had to the following description
and accompanying drawing, and to the appended
claims in which the various novel features of the
invention are more particularly set forth.
In the accompanying drawing forming a ma
55 terial part of this disclosure:-
Fig. 1 is a front elevational view of a window
frame with screen supports constructed accord
ing to this invention.
Fig. 2 is a fragmentary enlarged sectional view
taken on the line 2—2 of Fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is a perspective view of one of the screen
supports per se.
Fig. 4 is a sectional View taken on the line 4-4
of Fig. 3.
The screen support for windows, according to 10
this invention, is adapted to be used in combi
nation with a standard window frame l0 having
the sash guide strips Illa, “lb and “F for respec
tively guiding the inner and outer window sashes
in their sliding movement. Numeral H indicates 15
the inner sash and I2 the outer sash. Each of
these sashes is supported by the conventional
sash ropes or chains l3 which extend over pulleys
l4 and which connect with the conventional
counterweights I5 arranged within the sidearms
of the window frame.
Heretofore it was customary .to place an ex
pandible screen I6 in the space below the inner
sash when the sash has been slightly raised to
the correct amount. The expandible screen l6 25
was adapted to be expanded so as to engage in
between the sash strips l08 and lllb.
Heretofore
it was not possible to engage the standard ex
tendible screen l6 into a space at the top of the
sashes because the sash ropes l3 and the pulleys -
I4 interfered with the proper engagement of the
screen between the sash strips.
The invention
proposes to provide screen supports, indicated by
A in Fig. 1, for the purpose of supporting a con
ventional expandible screen I6 at the top of the
sash. These screen supports are intended to be
mounted upon the upper portion of the outer
window sash I2 to support the top screen 16,
though a similar support AA may be mounted on
the top portion of the inner window sash II for 40
supporting a screen I6’ thereon when ‘desired.
The details of the screen support for the window
are as follows:
The screen support is formed from a single
sheet of material having a head portion for en 45
gaging between the sash strips of a window sash
to engage over the support ropes or the like so
that the arms 20 of the channel shape are dis
posed at the sides of the rope and the back 21
of the channel shape extends across the front of 50
the ropes. In other words, the channel shape
forms a passage for the sash ropes, ‘chains or the
like. There is a continuation ?ange portion 22
from one of the arms 20 which extends back over
the outside of said arm and then continues lat 55
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erally outwards into a portion 22' which is adapt
ed to engage against one face of the edge portion
of the screen as hereinafter further described.
There is another continuation layer portion
23 from the other of the arms 20 which extends
back over the outside of the arm 20 and then
continues into a transversely extending portion
23' extending partially over the back 2| of the
10
channel shape and then continuing into a later
ally extending portion 23” which constitutes a
second ?ange portion for assisting in holding the
head portion for engaging between the sash
screen.
strips of a window sash to engage over the sash
The screen support is formed with a base
portion for supporting the said head portion and
15 which is adapted to be mounted on the top por
tion of a window sash.
This base portion com
prises a base 25 continuing from the lower edge
portion of the ?ange 22’ and extending later
ally thereof and adapted to engage against one
20 face of a window sash.
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35
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sash strip adjacent thereto, a continuation layer
portion from the other of said arms extending
back over the outside of said arm and trans
versely partially over the back of said channel
and continuing laterally into a second ?ange por
tion for assisting in holding said screen, and a
base portion for supporting said head portion at
the top of a window sash.
2. A screen support for windows comprising a
single sheet of material having a channel shaped 10
Between the bottom of
support ropes or the like so that the arms of
said channel are at the sides of said ropes and
the back of the channel extending across said 15
ropes, a continuation ?ange portion from one of
the arms of said channel extending back over the
outside of said arms and laterally outwards for
holding a screen so that one face engages the
sash strip adjacent thereto, a continuation layer 20
the ?ange portion 22' and the base portion 25’
portion from the other of said arms extending
there is an inward directed bead 26 formed by
back over the outside of said arm and trans
pressing inwards the material at the junction of
versely partially over the back of said channel
and continuing laterally into a second ?ange por
tion for assisting in holding said screen, and a
base portion for supporting said head portion at
the top of a window sash, said base portion com
prises a base ?ange continuing from the bottom
of said ?rst mentioned continuation ?ange por
tion and extending laterally thereof for engag
these parts and this bead is adapted to engage
against the top edge of the window sash to hold
the screen support from slip-ping downwards.
The base portion has at its other side an angle
shape ?ange 27. The top arm 21a thereof con
tinues from the bottom of the ?ange 23” and
extends laterally thereof and is adapted to en
gage the side of ‘the window sash.
In Fig‘. 4 the screen support is schematically
shown mounted on the Window sash l2. It
should be noted that the projecting portion 26
and the ?ange portion 2% hold the screen sup
port against downward motion on the window
sash. The base ?ange portions 25 and 2'!h engage
the opposite side faces of the sash l2 for main
taining the position of the screen support. A
screen I6 is supported by the screen support by
resting the screen on the top edge portion of the
window sash l2 and then expanding it laterally
so that its end portions engage in the space be
tween the ?ange portions 22' and 23". This
is clearly shown in Figs. 1 and 2.
The screen supports necessary for each sash
comprises a right hand one and a left hand one,
distinguished from each other merely in the fact
that each one is adapted to hold the screen l6
so that it is ?at against one face of one of the
sash strips.
For example, in Fig. 2 a right hand
and a left hand screen support is shown.
Each
ing against one face of a window sash.
3. A screen support for windows comprising a
single sheet of material having a channel shaped
head portion for engaging between the sash
strips of a window sash to engage over the sash ,
support ropes or the like so that the arms of
said channel are at the sides of said ropes and
the back of the channel extending across said
ropes, a continuation ?ange portion from one of
the arms of said channel extending back over
40
the outside of said arms and laterally outwards
for holding a screen so that one face engages the
sash strip adjacent thereto, a continuation layer
portion from the other of said arms extending
back over the outside of said arm and transverse
ly partially over the back of said channel and 45
continuing laterally into a second ?ange portion
for assisting in holding said screen, and a base
portion for supporting said head portion at the
top of a window sash, said base portion comprises
a base ?ange continuing from the bottom of said
?rst mentioned continuation ?ange portion and
of these has the ?ange 22' engaging ‘against the
sash strip l?b.
extending laterally thereof for engaging against
While we have illustrated and described the
preferred embodiments of our invention, it is to
be understood that We do not limit ourselves to
portion continuing from the said continuation
layer portion and also extending laterally from
the bottom edge thereof.
the precise constructions herein disclosed and the
right is reserved to all changes and modi?cations
60 coming within the scope of the invention as de
?ned inthe appended claims.
Having thus described our invention, what we
claim as new, and desire to secure by United
States Letters Patent is:—
1. A screen support for windows comprising a
one face of a window sash, and an angular base
4. A screen support for windows comprising a
single sheet of material having a channel shaped
head portion for engaging between the sash strips
of a window sash to engage over the sash support
ropes or the like so that the arms of said channel
are at the sides of said ropes and the back of
the channel extending across said ropes, a con
tinuation ?ange portion from one of the arms :
single sheet of material having achannel shaped
head portion for engaging between the sash strips
of said channel extending back over the outside
of said arms and laterally outwards for holding
of a window sash to engage over the sash sup
port ropes or the like so that the arms of said
a screen so that one face engages the sash strip
channel are at the sides of said ropes and the
back of the channel extending across said ropes,
a continuation ?ange portion from one of the
arms of said channel extending back over the
outside of said arms and laterally outwards for
75 holding a screen so that one ‘face engages the
adjacent thereto, a continuation layer portion
from the other of said arms extending back over 70
the outside of said arm and transversely par
tially over the back of said channel and continu
ing laterally into a second ?ange portion for as
sisting in holding said screen, and a base portion
for supporting said head portion at the top of a
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window sash, said base portion comprises a base
?ange continuing from the bottom of said ?rst
mentioned continuation ?ange portion and ex
tending laterally thereof for engaging against
one face of a window sash, and an angular base
portion continuing from the said continuation
layer portion and also extending laterally from
the bottom edge thereof, said angular base ?ange
comprising the top arm for engaging the top
10 side of a window sash and a side arm for en
gaging the side thereof.
5. A screen support for windows comprising a
single sheet of material having a channel shaped
head portion for engaging between the sash strips
15 of a window sash to engage over the sash sup
port ropes or the like so that the arms of said
channel are at the sides of said ropes and the
back of the channel extending across said ropes,
a continuation ?ange portion from one of the
20 arms of said channel extending ‘back over the
outside of said arms and laterally outwards for
holding a screen so that one face engages the
sash strip adjacent thereto, a continuation layer
portion from the other of said arms extending
25 back over the outside of said arm and transverse
ly partially over the back of said channel and
continuing laterally into a second ?ange por
tion for assisting in holding said screen, and a
base portion for supporting said head portion
30 at the top of a window sash, said base portion
comprises a base ?ange continuing from the bot
tom of said ?rst mentioned continuation ?ange
portion and extending laterally thereof for en
gaging against one face of a window sash, and
an
angular base portion continuing from the
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said continuation layer portion and also extend
ing laterally from the bottom edge thereof, said
angular base ?ange comprising the top arm for
engaging the top side of a window sash and a
side arm for engaging the side thereof, and a
bulged area being formed between said continua
tion ?ange portion and said base ?ange for as
sisting in supporting the screen support on the
top portion of a window sash.
6. A screen support for windows comprising a 10
single sheet of material having a channel shaped
head portion for engaging between the sash strips
of .a window sash to engage over the sash sup.
port ropes or the like so that the arms of said
channel are at the sides of said ropes and the 15
back of the channel extending across said ropes,
a continuation ?ange portion from one of the
arms of said channel extending back over the
outside of said arms and laterally outwards for
holding a screen so that one face engages the 20
sash strip adjacent thereto, a continuation layer
portion from the other of said arms extending
back over the outside of said arm and transverse
ly partially over the back of said channel and
continuing laterally into a second ?ange por 26
tion for assisting in holding said screen and a
base portion for supporting said head portion
at the top of a window sash, and the combina
tion thereof with a window frame having sashes
working between sash strips, said continuation 80
?ange portion being extended along one of the
sash strips so as to be capable of holding a screen
supported thereby against said sash strip.
PAUL BUSICO.
EDWARD CAROSELLA.
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