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July 26, 1938.
c. H. MICHEL
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BUILDING STRUCTURE
Original Filed May 29, 1936
2,124,827‘
2,124,827
Patented July 26, 1938
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,124,827
BUILDING STRUCTURE
Clarence H. Michel, Baltimore County, Md. I
Original application May 29, 1936, Serial No.
82,441. Divided and this application October
30, 1936, Serial No. 108,395
2 Claims.
The object of my invention is an improved
means for interlocking panel structures in build
ing construction.
A further object of my invention is an improved
5 means for covering seams of adjacent panels
when in position in building construction.
_
And a further object of my invention is the pro
viding of an aligning element between two ad
jacent panels to insure uniform contacting along
the edges of the same.
This case is a division of my co-pending case,
Ser. No. 82,441, ?led May 29, 1936.
With the foregoing and other objects in View,
my invention consists of the novel construction,
15 combination and arrangement of parts as here
inafter speci?cally described and illustrated in
the accompanying drawing, wherein is shown
the preferred embodiment of my invention, but
it is understood that changes, variations and
20 modi?cations may be resorted to which come
within the scope of the claims hereunto appended.
In the drawing of the herein described embodi
ment of my invention, Figure 1 shows a plan
View of a panel adapted for side wall or roof con
struction in metal building; Fig. 2 is a sectional
25 View taken through 2—2 of Fig. 1, and shows the
relative positioning of the insulation material,
the metal sheets to which they are attached and
means for securing the sheets and the insulation
together; Fig. 3 is an enlarged view of the means
30 for insuring adjacent panels being in line and
acting as securing and a covering means.
I is a metal sheet, formed preferably with
raised portion 2 to provide strength or rigidity
to the sheets or panels in a vertical plane normal
35
to said panel, the edges of sheet I being formed as
shown at 3 by an outwardly and upwardly turned
flange 3 bent back upon itself as shown at 4 for
locking purposes, with a cap 5 bent to lock
40 downwardly and outwardly at 6 and upwardly at
‘I to lock between portions 3 and 4 of panel I;
this cap being likewise formed on both edges to
lock two panels together as shown in Figs. 2 and 3.
8 is an insulating substance of ?ber, asbestos,
45 board, magnesium board, or other suitable ma
terial, and is secured to sheet I by an adhesive 9
applied to the inner ?at surfaces of sheet I and
the inner surface of insulation 8. When these
various surfaces have been freshly coated the
50 insulation 8 is brought into contact with sheet I
and pressed thereon by any well known means,
such as a roller.
For securing insulation 8 to sheet I, I have
found a good quality of viscose to be a suitable
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material, especially when prepared for rapid dry
ing; any well known cements for securing the
?bre may be used.
The attaching of the insulation to the sheet or
?at surfaces interposed by raised sections for
(Cl. 189—88) .
strength forms a very rigid and yet very service
able and almost perfect insulation panel for con
struction in a building. Insulation 8 may be fur
ther secured to flat sheet I by rivets or bolts, as
shown as I0, if desired.
In the construction of a building provided with
the panels as herein set forth, the adjacent edges
of the panels should be aligned and covered to
prevent draught and for appearance. To that
end, the mechanism shown in Fig. 3 is provided 10
wherein I I is the cover strip, preferably made of
metal and provided with a projection I2 extend
ing through the seam between adjacent panels,
preferably a bent portion of metal attached to
cover strip II, and projection I2 being provided 15
with a bent portion I3 to embrace one of the
sheets of insulation 8 on one of the panels. and
in place cover strip II lies ?at against the ad
jacent insulating sheet.
Cover strip II may be formed as shown in 20
Fig. 3, by having a bent portion I4 to space with
reverse bent portion I5 which connects projec
tion I2 to said cover strip, thus forming a very
simple yet e?icient bent metal covering strip and
an aligning element.
25
Having thus described my invention, what I
claim and desire to secure by Letters Patent is:
l. A cover strip for covering seams of adjacent
building panels when formed in a building struc
ture comprising an overlapping strip of metal 30
overlapping said seam one longitudinal edge of
which strip is bent upon itself to a position mid
way between its two edges, then bent substantially
at right angles forming an extension through said
seam, then bent substantially at right angles to 35
form a terminal flange to embrace the said panel
against which the other longitudinal edge of said
strip presses, thereby forming a spring clip to em
brace said panel the spring whereof extends from
the longitudinal edges to which the extension is
connected.
40
2. A cover strip for covering seams of adjacent
building panels when formed in a building‘ struc
ture comprising an overlapping strip of metal
overlapping said seam, one longitudinal edge of 45
which strip is bent back upon itself internally
forming a flat portion to press against one of said
panels, the other longitudinal edge of which strip
is bent upon itself to a position midway between
its two edges then bent substantially at right 50
angles, forming an extension through said seam,
then bent substantially at right-angles to form
a longitudinal edge of said strip to embrace the
said panel against which the other bent back por
tion presses, thereby forming a spring clip to em
brace the said panel the spring whereof extends
from the longitudinal edge to which the extension
is connected.
CLARENCE H. MICHEL.
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