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Aug. 9, 1938..
J. BREACKEVELT ‘
2,126,167
PANEL MOUNTING
Filed Jan. 15, 1937
2 Sheets-Sheet l
Aug. 9, 1938.
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PANEL MOUNTING’
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Patented Aug. 9.1938
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UNITED’ STATES PATENT‘ OFFICE
2,126.16’!
PANEL MOUNTING
Julius Breackevelt, Elkhart, Ind., assignor to The
Adiake Company, Chicago, Ill., a corporation of
Illinois
Application January 15, 1937,‘ Serial No. 120,735
8 Claims. (CL 20-564)
The object of this invention is to provide im
" proved means, in the form of a special rubber,
strip, for Lremovably securing a panel in a frame
in sealed association with the same. While the
5 improvement is particularly applicable to the -
.glazing of window sash it may be used advan
tageou'sly for other purposes.
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A“ preferred embodiment of the invention is
presented herein for the purpose of exempli?ca
tion, but it will‘ of course be appreciated that the
\inventipn'is susceptible of incorporation in other
structurally modi?ed forms coming equally with
in the’ scope of the appended claims.
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self, aside from the special characteristics above
In the accompanying drawings:
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Fig. 1 is a perspective view of part‘ of a win
described,.may be of any desired construction and
of any desired material.
dow sash glazed in accordance with the inven
tion;
increasing in thickness from the bend 23 to the
inner face l3 of the rail 'rnembersand being pro
_ videcl at the front edge of the inner face I3 with
a shoulder 24 which abuts with the latter. The
section 22 is preferably spaced somewhat from
the section 2|, and the progressive outward thick
ening which characterizes the section 22 is al
most if not entirely due to the addition of stock
to ,the front face 25 of such section, resulting in 4
a beveled front face which tapers forwardly and 10
outwardly away from the glass to the front inner
edge of. the rail member. The rail member it
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With the improvement above described; glaz;
mg‘ of the sash may be easilyaccomplished. After. I‘
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Fig. 2 is a transverse ‘section through the sash,
the strip l2 has been ?ttedinto-the rail member
II and before the glass III has been applied, the
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reversely bent ?ange 20 of the strip will assume
. Fig. 3 is a similar view, showing the parts dur
the slightly humped position shown in Fig. 2,
ing- application of the glass;
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which view illustrates the cross-sectional shape
Fig. 4 is a similar view, showing the parts after ‘which is given the strip at.the time of its. manu
application. of the glass;
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i’acture. When the glass I0 is being applied, the
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Fig. 5 is a horizontal section through one side ' hump at the location of the bend 23 in the strip
showing the parts'before application of_ the pane
.20 of glass to the rail member;
' of a double glass window, in which glazing strips
embodying the invention are so arranged as to
,form the sealing means» betweenv the two sash
frames;
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and
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Figs. 6 and '7 are similar sections, showing mod
i?cations in, the contacting portions'of the .glaz
ing strips. ,
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As will be observed from the drawings, and
more particularly Figs. _1-to .4 thereof,‘ the sash
35 includes a pane of glass l0, 'a rail member II and
- a rubber glazing strip I2. The rail-member II is
characterized by an inner face l3, a rear wall II.
and two spaced grooves l5 and IS. The glazing
strip {I2 is of one-piece construction and is ‘pro
40 vided with an outwardly projecting ?ange l'l
is pushed down out of the wayv as shown in Fig. 3
to allow the glass to be moved rearwardly-past
the hump. After the glass has been moved into
engagement with the‘inwardly projecting ?ange
l8, the free edge of the outwardlyprojecting sec 30
tion 22 of the reversely bent ?ange is forced in
wardly and then snapped into the front groove l6 '
‘in the, rail member. The inherent resiliency of
the strip, combined-with the sling-like support ' I
given the ?exible section 2| by the relatively rigid 35
section 22, results in the glass I B being securely
held in a readily removable yet effectively sealed
manner. To remove the glass it is merely neces
sary to snap the free edge of the strip out of the
front groove in the rail member.
which ?ts within the rear groove I5, an inward
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In Fig. 5 glazing strips 26 and 21 constructed
ly projecting ?ange l8 which is positioned behind ,- in accordance with the invention are shown ap
the glass i0 between the margin of the, latter
and the rear wall M, a forwardly projecting web
45 H which is located between the outer edge vof
the glass and the inner face l3 of the rail mem
ber, and a re'versely bent ?ange 20 at the front
edge of theweb which projects ?rst inwardly
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sash 32. The two-sashes 3| and 32 are clamped
tightly together by any suitable means, such as
wedging strips 33 on the order. of those disclosed
against the margin of the glass and then cute V in the ccpending application of Christian M.
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'Verhagen, Serial No. 76,919, ?led .April 29, 1936,, 50
wardly into the front groove i6.
, The-inwardly projecting section 2| of- the re
versely bent flange 20 is preferably quite thin and
?exible, whilethe outwardly projecting section
22‘ ofthe same ?ange is preferably thicker and '
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plied to the two panes of glass 28 and 29 of a
double glass window 30. ~ The window 32 consists
of a ?xed outer sash 3| and a removable inner
and the space between the panes of glass is sealed '
by means of projections“ on the reversely bent
?anges 35 of the glazing strips, which projections
bear snugly against each other‘ when the sashes
stiffer than the section 2|, with the section, 22 '_ II and 32 are brought together. The sashes 3!
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and 32 may be grooved out at 30/’ to reduce the
weight of the same. .
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In Fig. 6 the sealing projections 31 on the re
projects ?rst inwardly against the margin of the
panel and then outwardly into the front groove,
the outwardly projecting section of the reversely
bent ?ange being of gradually increasing thick
versely be'nt ?anges I! of the glazing strips are
equipped with sponge rubber insets 39, while in ness from the bend in the ?ange to the point $1
where the ?ange enters the front groove, and
Fig. '7 the reversely bent ?anges All of the glaz
ing strips, instead of having projections, are pro .being provided at such point with a shoulder for
vided with ?aps II which overlie the edges of the
abutment with the frame adjacent the front edge
sash and contact with each other. These solidly
10 backed ?aps 4 I may be serrated on their contact
of the latter.
4. The combination with a panel, and a frame
ing surfaces, if desired, to insure a good seal.
I C] aim :
about the panel having a rear wall and two spaced
inwardly opening grooves in front of said wall,
of a rubber retaining strip having an outwardly
projecting ?ange which ?ts within the rear
groove, a forwardly projecting web which is lo
cated between the outer edge of the panel and
the frame, and a reversely bent ?ange at the
front edge of the web which projects first in
wardly against the margin of the panel and then
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' 1. The combination with a panel, and a frame‘
about the panel having a rear wall and two spaced
15 inwardly opening grooves in front,‘ of said wall,
of a rubber retaining strip having an outwardly
‘projecting ?ange which ?ts within the rear
groove, an inwardly projecting ?ange which is
positioned behind the panel between the margin
20 of the latter and the rear wall, a forwardly pro
outwardly into the front groove.
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projects ?rst inwardly. against the margin ofthe
5. In window construction, a sash frame char
acteristized by a rear wall for abutment with
the "back of a glazing strip and two spaced in
wardly opening grooves in front of the rear wall
panel and then outwardly into the front groove.
[for the‘ reception of ,two outwardly, extending
jecting web which is located between the outer
edge of the panel and the frame, and a reversely
bent ?ange at the front edge of the web which
2. The combination with a panel, and a frame
about the panel having arear wall and two spaced
inwardly opening grooves in front of said wall,
of a rubber retaining strip having an outwardly
projecting ?ange which ?ts within the rear
?anges on the glazing strip. "
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6. A rubberglazing stripv characterized by an
inwardly extending ?ange for engagement with
the rear face of a pane of glass, an outwardly
extending ?ange for insertion in'a groove in a 30
groove,.an inwardly projecting ?ange which is ‘ surrounding sash ,, frame, and a reversely bent
positioned-behind the panel between the margin ?ange which is adapted to extend first inwardly
of the latter and the rear wall,'a forwardly pro ' against the front face of the pane of glass and
jecting web which is located between the outer then outwardly into a second groove in the sash
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35 edge of the panel and the frame, and a reversely frame._
bent ?ange at the front edge of the web which
projects ?rst inwardly against the margin of the
panel and then outwardly into the groove, the
exposed portion of the outwardly projecting sec
40 tion of the reversely bent ?ange being preferably
thicker than the inwardly projecting section of
such ?ange.
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3. The combination with a panel, and a fram
about the panel having a rear wall and two spaced
inwardly opening grooves in front of said wall,
of a rubber retaining strip having an outwardly
projecting ?ange which fits within the rear
groove, an inwardly projecting ?ange which is
positioned behind the panel between the margin
of the latter and the rear wall, a forwardly pro
jecting web which is located between the outer
edge of the paiiel and the frame, and a reversely
bent ?ange at the ‘front edge of the web which
F7. A'rubberglazing strip characterized by a
reversely bent ?ange which is adapted to extend
?rst inwardly against ‘the front face of a pane
of ‘ glass and then outwardly into a groove in a
surrounding sash frame, the outwardly extending 40
portion of the reversely bent ?ange being pro
vided with a projection for sealing abutment with
a corresponding projection on a glazing strip as
sociated with a second pane of glass.
8. In window construction, the combination
with two panes of glass, and two sash frames for
supporting thev same, of rubber glazing strips for
_mounting the panes, in the frames, said sash
frames being spaced from each other, and said
rubber glazing strips engaging with each‘ other
to seal off _‘the edges of the space present between
the panes.
JULIUS BREACKEVELT.
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