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May 3, 1938-
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H. |. FOGELBERG
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2,116,261
WINDOW S GREEN
, Filed Aug. 5, 1937
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Patented May 3,1938
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2,116,261
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,116,261
WINDOW SCREEN
Herbert I. Fogelberg, St. Paul, Minn.
Application August 5, 1937, Serial No. 157,549
6 Claims. (01. 156-14)
The present invention relates to a window
screen, and more particularly to a window screen
adapted for use with a pivoted closure member
of the ?ush mounting type, such as is illustrated
5' and described in my pending application, Serial
‘No. 157,548, ?led simultaneously herewith.
glass block structure, similar to that of my co
pending application, Serial No. 157,548 for a clo
sure member which is pivotally mounted in an
opening 2. The edges of the blocks 2 on each
side of the opening have a ?ange 3 extending
7 .In a frameless type of window structure, such
as that illustrated and described in the above ap-
arcuately curved on an arc concentric with edges
5 and 6 of the closure member I. Beads 1 and 8
plication, it‘is desirable that the screen frame
10 be adapted for mounting without the use of bolts
or screws or other fastening means which neces-
sltates a penetration of the structure upon which
the screen is mounted.
inwardly and having the inner faces 4 thereof
are provided on the outer edge of the closure
member. A frame 9- of a screen comprises 2. rec— 1o
tangle having the four ‘sides thereof formed of a
metallic channel member ID with an edge portion
l I bent inwardly to have the inner surface there
. An object of the present invention is to make
15 an improved and simpli?ed window screen frame.
, Another object is to make ascreen frame for a
of parallel to the plane of the screen frame. A
screen cloth member 12 is secured to the inner 15
face portion H as by soldering. From the outer
closure member witha portion of the screen frame
being positioned to be engaged by'a closure eleé
ment to provide a substantially weather tight
2 seal between the closure member and the adjoining structure.
end of the portion 1 I, the metal strip 10 is bent
downwardly in a curve as at 13. YFrom the lower
edge of the Curved portion 13, the metal iS again
bent outwardly in the form of curve l4, adapted
to have ?tting engagement with the heads 1 and 20
Another object is to make a screen for a window
opening, said screen having a frame with a re-
8 of the closure member I. From the lower outer
end of the Curved Portion of Strip "1, the metal
versely curved portion thereof, adapted to have
strip is bent inwardly as at 15 in a plane parallel
‘ 25 clip engagement with the structure surrounding
to the screen cloth l2 and from the inner end of 25
said opening.
this portion, the metal is curved downwardly as
In order to attain these objects, there is pro- at '6 to have ?tting engagement With the edge
vided, in accordance with one feature of the in- portion of the flange 3- The frame Strip thus
vention, a frame having a reversely bent ?exible formed may be ?lled with a resilient substance
30 ?ange projecting inwardly therefrom and adapt17, Such as rubber, although this ?lling is not 30
ed to have clip engagement with a, bead pro- essential to the invention. The flanges l8 and
vided on the structure surrounding an opening
l9 (see Figures 2 and 4) are not curved as are
adapted to receive said frame; said frame having a second portion spaced inwardly from said
35 ?ange portion which is adapted to have resilient
the side ?anges it. but extend straight inwardly.‘
perpendicular to the plane of the Screen Cloth
12, and are inserted between a glass wall block 35
sealing engagement with a closure member
mounted in said opening. The frame may be in
the form of an ornamental channel member and
may be ?lled with a resilient substance such as
40 rubber,
22 and a eel‘k Sill Strip‘ 2 I
T0 mount the Screen in a Window Opening, it
is necessary to place the screen in position over
the Window opening and forcibly press the screen
These and other features of the invention will
be more fully set forth in the following description and accompanying drawing, wherein,
frame against the curved edges of the ?anges 3 40
thereby forcing the Clip Portions "5 inwardly to
Ward the Center Of the. Opening until the lower
edges of the clip portions l6 pass the center of
Figure 1 is a view in side elevation of a, frag45 ment of a glass block wall structure having a
window opening therein, and having a screen
curvature of the edge portion of the flange 3 at
which point the resilient outward pressure of the 4;;
clip portions It will exert a cam-like action to
embodying the present invention mounted there-
drew the Screen inwardly to the position Shown
on,
Figure 2 is an edge view of the screen shown in
50 Figure 1.
in Figure 3.
The device comprises a Simple, attractive and
inexpensive screen construction for windows of 50
Figure 3 is a sectional view on the line 3-3 of
Figure 1, and,
Figure 4 is a fragmentary sectional view on the
line 4--4 of Figure 1.
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Referring to the drawing in detail a wall I is of
the type illustrated, which is readily and ?rmly
mounted in position without the use of extrane
ous fastening means. The structure has the ad
vantage of providing a weather tight seal across
the joint between the window opening and the 55
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window which provides an effective seal against
draft and the loss of heat through the joint. The
side clip portions l6 should be free from the ?anges
I 8 and I9 at the top and bottom of the screen
frame, respectively, to permit free inward dis
placement of the clip portions I6 when mounting
the screen in a window opening.
I claim:
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1. A window screen for mounting in a window
opening having a bead on the inner side thereof;
and having a window mounted therein compris
ing a frame, a spring clip member mounted to
have clip engagement with a bead on a window
opening and having a sealing portion spaced from
said clip portion and resiliently mounted with
respect to said clip portion, said sealing portion
being positioned to be engaged by a window
mounted in said window opening on closing said
window, the space between said clip member
20 and said sealing member being joined by a non
permeable element to provide a weather-tight seal
between said head and said window with said
window in a closed position.
2. A window screen for mounting in a window
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opening having a bead on the inner side thereof
and having a window mounted therein; compris
ing a frame having a spring clip member mounted
to have clip engagement with a bead on a window
opening. ’
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3. A window screen for mounting in a window
opening having a window pivotally mounted
therein; comprising a frame, securing means
mounted to hold said frame in close engagement
with an area surrounding a window opening, a
* resiliently mounted strip carried by said frame
and positioned to be engaged by a window on
closing said window, the space between said frame
and said strip being closed to provide a weather
tight seal between said window and said window
opening.
4. A window screen for mounting in a window
opening having a window mounted therein; com
prising a frame securing means mounted to hold
said frame in close engagement with an area sur
rounding a window opening, a resiliently mounted
strip carried by said frame and positioned to be
engaged by a window on closing said window, the
space between said frame and said strip being
closed to provide a weather tight seal between said
window and said window opening.
5. A window screen for mounting in a window
opening having a window pivotally mounted
therein; comprising a frame, securing means 15
mounted to hold said frame in close engagement
with an area surrounding a window opening, a
resiliently mounted strip carried by said frame and
positioned to be engaged by a window on closing
said window, the space between said frame and 20
said strip being ?lled with a compressible non
permeable substance to provide a weather tight
seal between said window and said window open
mg.
6. A window screen for mounting in a frame 2,5
less window opening having a bead on the inner
side thereof and having a window pivotally
mounted therein; comprising a frame, a spring
clip member mounted on said frame to have clip
engagement with a bead on said window opening, 30
said frame being formed of a channel of sheet
metal continuous throughout its width and hav
ing a sealing portion spaced from said clip por
tion to be engaged by a window pivotally mounted
in said window opening to provide a weather 35
tight seal between said bead and said window
with said window in a closed position.
HERBERT I. FOGELBERC}.v '
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