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April 19, 1938.
N. A. SCHNEIDER
2,114,504
REVOLUBLE WINDOW OR SASH
Filed Sept. 8, 1936
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Patented Apr. 19, 1938
* 2,114,504.
UNITED STATES
PATENT OFFIQE
2,114,504
REVOLUBLE WINDOW OR SASH
Nicholas A. Schneider, St. Louis, Mo.
Application September 8, 1936, Serial No. 99,699
5 Claims.
This invention relates to windows and more
particularly to that type of windows having rev‘
oluble or turnable sashes which are utilized in
opening and closing the windows to various ex
5 tents, as required.
The invention has for one of its objects to pro
vide a window of an improved construction.
Another object is to provide a window of spe
A further object is to provide the window with
a revoluble circular sash having both a semi
each provided with a series of like positioned aper
15 be presented in the opening of the window.
A still further object of the invention is to
provide the screen side of the circular sash with
oount’erbalancing gmeans.
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Other objects and advantages will appear as
2O. T" this description progresses and by reference to
the drawing, in which:Figure 1 is a front elevation of this improved
window showing it mounted in a frame.
Figure 2 is a vertical section taken approxi
25 mately on the line 11-11 of Fig. 1.
Figure 3 is a front elevation of the front panel
used in the assembly of this improved window.
Figure 4 is a'front elevation of the circular
sash.
Figure 5 is a front elevation of the rear panel
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used in the assembly of this improved window.
Referring to the several ?gures of the drawing,
the structure shown comprises a Window frame 6
having the usual head member ‘I, sill 8 and side
35 members 9, and formed on the interior of said
members is a rectangular shoulder H] against
which the rear panel II is held in abutment by a
retaining strip I2.
The rear panel II is provided with an opposing
pair of semi-circular openings l3 and I4 which
are divided by a horizontally disposed rail or bar
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A front panel 25 is provided for supporting
thereof.
circular screen and window pane so that either
the screen side or the pane side of the sash can
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circular frame of the sash on the screen frame
side thereof, as shown in Figs. 2 and 4.
cooperation with the sash H and the rear panel
H, said front panel 25 in a sense being in the
form of a sash having a semi-circular window
pane 26 mount-ed therein in alinement with the
upper disposed semi-circular opening l3 of the
rear panel I I when the front panel 25 is mounted
in position in the window frame 6.
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ci?cally formed elements to enhance the assembly
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(Cl. 20-410.)
15 having an aperture l6 formed intermediate of
its length, and surrounding said semi-circular
openings l3—l4, is a weather-strip groove l6a.
For cooperation with the rear panel
circular sash ll having a diametric rail
an intermediately disposed aperture l9
therein, said sash on one side of the rail
II is a
l8 with
formed
l8 hav
ing a mounted window pane 20 and a screen
frame 2! mounted on the other side of the rail,
and the sash being provided with oppositely dis
posed hand gripping bars 22. The sash I1 is also
provided with a metallic reenforcing band 23 on
55 its periphery and with an inlaid weight 24 in the
The rear panel II and the front panel 25 are
tures 21 so that the apertures 21 of the rear panel
II will be in alinement with the apertures 21 of
the front panel 25 when the panel 25 is mounted
in‘ the window frame 6.
In assembling the structure, the rear panel II
is ?rst mounted in position in the frame 6 and
the sash H is then positioned against the front
of the rear panel, I‘! and the front panel 25 is
then engaged against the'sash ‘l1, andv a bolt 28
is then mounted through the aperture 29 of the
front panel 25, the aperture [9 in the rail l8 of
the sash I1, and the aperture l6 in the rail l5
of the rear panel I l , said bolt then being secured N 01
in position by the nut 30. Bolts 3| are then
mounted and secured in the alined apertures 21
of the front and rear panels 25 and II for sup
porting the front panel from the rear panel and
to prevent binding of the front panel against the
sash IT, a spacer member 32 is mounted on each
bolt 3|.
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Weather strip! cord indicated at 33, is mounted
in the circular groove Ilia of the rear panel II
and the circular groove 34 formed in the sash
I1, and for maintaining resilient pressure against
the lower part of the sash for more effectively
causing the weather strip cord 33 to seal the lower
half or part of the sash, a leaf spring 35 is pro
vided.
The upper half of the sash I‘! will be held
in sealing contact with the weather strip cord 33
by ?tting engagement of the front panel 25 there
with.
From the position of the sash I‘! shown in. Fig. 1,
a minimum of ventilation is permitted through
the screen of the screen frame 2| beneath the
front panel 25, but if it is desired that a maxi
mum of ventilation is required, the sash I‘! can be
turned by engaging and pulling on one of the
hand gripping bars 22 to so position the screen
frame, and in this position the pane 20 of the sash
will be located behind the pane 26 of the front
panel 25, as shown in Fig. 2. For closing the
window, the sash I7 is turned on the bolt 28 to
locate the pane 20 thereof in a plane beneath the 55
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front panel 25 and in closing alinement with the
opening M of the rear panel II.
To enhance the turning of the sash I‘! on the
bolt 28, the weight 24 is mounted in the frame
of the sash on the screen frame side thereof to
serve as a counterbalance, and for locking the
sash in any turned position, a pin 36 which is
supported on the rail of said panel and having
cooperating parts for alinement with respective
openings of said panel.
2. In window construction, a ?xed supporting
panel having a transverse rail and an opening 5
on each side of said rail, and a sash turnably
supported on the rail of said panel, said sash
retained by a hanging chain 31, is adapted to be
mounted in suitably located apertures 38 formed
10 in the sash frame.
When it is required to wash the window pane
26 of the front panel 25, and the window pane 26
having a glass pane section and a screen section
of the sash H on the outside, the screen frame 2|
is removed and the sash I1 is positioned so that
15 the window pane 26 can be reached through the
each side of said rail, 2. sash turnably supported
opening provided by removal of the screen frame,
and in a like manner, the sash pane 20 can be
reached for washing.
Obviously a window of this improved construc
20 tion eliminates the use of sash cords and balanc
ing weights, and as the turnable sash l‘! is pro
vided with a circular arrangement of weather
stripping or packing, a more pro?cient weather
proo?ng therefor is provided, and in addition an
improved form of window construction is pro
vided in respect to its installation whereby when
the rear panel is mounted in position, the re
maining structure can be aptly assembled and
supported therefrom.
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Having thus described the invention so that
those skilled in the art will be able to practice
the same, what I desire to secure by Letters Pat
ent is de?ned in what is claimed, it being under
stood that various changes in the structure shown
and described in detail and not amounting to
' invention, may be made without departing from
the spirit and scope of my invention.
What I claim is:—
1. In window construction, a ?xed supporting
40 panel having a transverse rail and an opening
i on each side of said rail, and a sash turnably
for cooperating alinement with either of the
openings of said panel.
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3. In window construction, a ?xed supporting
panel having a transverse rail and an opening on
on the rail of said panel, an annular weather
strip disposed between said panel and said sash, 15
and resilient means bearing against said sash
for holding it against said panel.
4. A window comprising a frame, a ?xed sup
porting panel having a transverse rail and an
opening on each side of said rail, a second panel 20
having a glass pane in alinement with the upper
opening of said supporting panel and said second
panel being rigidly ?xed to said supporting panel,
and a sash turnably mounted by and between
said panels and having a glass pane section and 25
a screen section cooperable for alinement with
either of the openings of said supporting panel.
5. A window comprising a frame, a supporting
panel within said frame and ?xed thereto, said
panel having a transverse rail with an opening
on each side thereof, a second panel mounted in
said frame and secured to the supporting panel
in spaced relation, said second panel having a
transparent body in alinement with the upper
opening of said supporting panel, and a sash 35
turnably mounted by and between said panels
and having a transparent section and a screen
section for cooperable alinement with either of
the openings of said supporting panel.
NICHOLAS A. SCHNEIDER.
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