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Patented Aug. 23, 1938 l
- 4UNITED STATES PATENT oFFicE '
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Louis J. Goran'. Brooklyn, N. Y., asslgnor to
Truscon Steel Company, Youngstown, Ohio, aV
corporation of Michigan
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Application october z3, 1933, serial No. giessen;v
4 claims. (Cl. zo-19l
As is generally known, piers, and particularly
those for large ocean-going steamships, are
equipped with large doors along their‘sides, the
arrangement being such that as many may be
5 ~' opened as desired for the loading and unloading
of the cargo, and likewise for passengers. Prac- '
tically all the piers of larger size are of double
deck or two-story construction, the passengers
ordinarily passing between the ship and piers on
10 the upper floor. It is also a fact that upon the
departure or arrival of a. steamer there is a large
assemblyof friends and relatives so that means
must be provided to keep such persons within
certain safety zones.
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Heretofore it has been the practice to have
wooden guards or fences that are placed across
the door openings after the doors have been
opened. These fences are removable and there
l fore require storage-space, which is an important
20 item on piers.
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'I'he object of the present invention is to pro
vide a door structure which in its specific char
views diagrammatic in their nature, showing the
different relations the door elements may be
caused to assume.v
The door structure and its operating means in its
general make-up, and save for the modifications 6
hereinafter explained in detail, correspond to the
disclosure in Letters Patent of the United States
granted to David H. Morgan, No. 1,789,189, Jan
uary 13, 1931, and therefore reference may be
had to that patent fo'r a more specific disclosure,
particularly'of the operating mechanism.
Using the same reference letters as appear in
that patent toÀ designate generally correspond
ing parts, the lower leaf ofv the door is shown at
A, and is adapted to register with theupper door
leaf B by a sliding movement accomplished
through the movement of the leaf A upwardly
behind the leaf B and guided by the members C
carried at opposite _sides of the leaf B. The up
per leaf B has a, hinge `mounting at D at the
top or lintel portion of the doorway, so that
when the two door leaves are telescoped, they are
acter is'_ peculiarly adapted for piers, and in
free to swing together inwardly and upwardly to
which a guard is provided that is in effect a part
a fully open position.
25 of the door structure, thus making it possible
to open the door and yet leave'a guard that will
prevent persons passing'beyond a certain zone
and being in danger of falling through or from
the open doorway.V
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Considering now generally the operating mech
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anism, the same includes a pair ofglifting levers
G, to the central portions of which the lower
leaf is centrally pivoted as shown at H. 'I'he
lifting levers are provided at their ends with roll
ers 3 that are adapted to travel in trackways 5
An embodiment of the invention, which at
present is considered the preferable one, is illus ` whose upper portions curve rearwardly fromsa
vertical to 'a horizontal relation. 'I'he lifting le
trated in the accompanying drawings, wherein
Figure 1 is an inside elevation of the door vers 4-G areîelevated by cable chains„1\pperating
structure in its operative or entirely closed posi- ’ over sprocket wheels 8 carried by an overhead
cross shaft 9.' Suitable mechanism, including a 35
35 tion.
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depending hand chain I6a, is provided for turn
Figure l2 is a vertical sectional view there
ing‘the rock shaft, all of which may _be as ex
' through substantially on the line 2-2 of Fig
plained in the above-entitled Morgan’Patent No.
ure 1.
, Figure 3 is a detail sectionalview on the line
1,789,189.
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In the present construction the lower leaf A
40 3-3 of Figure 1.
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Figure 4 is a view in inside elevation of the of the door is divided horizontally into separable
sections ISand I6 located edge to edge and mov
upper section of the upper leaf.
Figure 5 is a similar view of the lower section
Figure 6 is a horizontal sectional view on the
, line 6_6 of Figure 1.
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Figure 7 is a detail sectional view on the line
‘l-l of Figure 6.
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section I5 includes a frame having an upper 45
horizontal bar l1, a lower bar I8, an intermedi- '
ate bar I9, and end bars 20. , Connecting the
lower bar» I8 and intermediate bar I9, may be -
the line 9-9 of Figure 1.
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Figure 9a is a detail perspective view of one
vertical bars 2l, and the spaces between these
bars I8, I9 and 2i may be closed by suitable panel
sheets 22. The space betweenthe upper bar Il
and intermediate bar I9 is preferable open.l It
is to the central portion of the lower section,`
of the holding-lugs.
in line with the intermediate bar I9,'- `that the-
. Figure 8 is ahorizontal sectional view on the
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able either together or separately.
As perhaps best 4seen- in Figure 5 the lower
of the lowerleaf.
line 8--8 of Figure 2.
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Figure 9 is a detail vertical sectional view on
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Figures ~1Ii^to 14 inclusive are vertical sectional , lifting barsG are pivotally` connected at H. As
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will be noted by reference to Figure 6, for ex
ample, the end bars 20 `may be of channel for
With this structure it will be evident that the door members may .be made to assume various
mation, and secured to them, in the channel,
are angle bars 23 having inset ñanges 24 form
leaves A and B may be so extended as to com
ing guides.
relations. Thus, as shown> in Figure 10, the two
Referring particularly to Figure 4, where the
pletely close the doorway. If the sections I3 and
I8 lare latched together, in their closely related
upper section I6 ofthe leai’- A is illustrated, this
section consists of an upper horizontal bar 25,
positions, the door structure may be operated in
the usual manner, or as disclosed in the Morgan
'a lower horizontal bar 26, end bars 21 and in
10 termediate vertical bars 28.
The spaces- within
these various bars may be closed by suitable panel
plates 29.
Patent No. 1,789,189. That is to say the two sec
tions I5 and I6 will first be moved verticallyv to 10
a position behind the leaf B, as illustrated in
It will be noted that the end bars 21 . Figure 1l, by the elevation of the lifting levers G,
project below the lower bar 23, as shown at 30,
and by reference to Figure 6, for example, this
bar 30 includes angle plates 3I having out
after which the upper ends of the levers moving
rearwardly, will cause the leaves A and B to swing
upwardly and rearwardly, as indicated in Figure 15
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standing flanges 32 spaced apart and slidably em-A 12, tc a fully open position, as shown in Figure 13.
bracing the guide flanges 24 of the lower section ' Whenever it is desired to use the lower section I5
I5. It will thus be evident that the upper sec
of the leaf >A as a guard, the door may be closed
tion I6 can be moved upwardly and downwardly to the position shown in Figure l0, after which
20 on the lower section, and when moved downward
the section I6 is unlatched from the section I5 20
ly. the paneled portion 29 will occupy the other
and raised to a position behind the leaf B„ leaving
wise open space between the bars I1 and I9 of the lower section I5 across the door opening,
the lower section, thus completely closing said
lower section, or in other words, making an en
25 tirely closed leaf A.
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In order that the -upper section IB may be
`where it serves as a guard, as shown in Figure 14.
With this construction therefore it will be evi
dent that a section of the door itself is utilizable 25
as a guard, thus~ adding nothing to the space oc
moved easily with respect -to the lower section I5, cupied and eliminating the necessity of fences
it is suspended by cables 33,H shown particularly >or removable guards that must be put in place and
in Figure l, said cables passing over suitable taken away and stored. The structure moreover
30 pulleys 34 and having depending >from their is simple and the'guard is an exceptionally ef'
outer or free ends counterweights 35, which as
v shown in Figure 3, are located in the same boxings
as the counterweights W for the door structure
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` * as an entity (see Morgan No.1,789,189). Further
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more the lower frame bar 28 of the upper section
Ii may be provided with suitable handles 36 for
manipulating the section.
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` It will thus be seenithat the upper section i6
may be individually
¿andflowered with re
spectr‘to the-lower'sectionÍIlrof the lower leaf A,
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, and» if the leaf A is at its lowered position whenV
the upper section is elevated, the lower section
will constitute a guard across the doorway. With
that purpose in view and as shown in Figures 2 ,
f and 9, the top bar Il of the lower section I5
n‘iay be in the form of a channel bar, and in the
channel thereof, is secured by screws 31 or other
suitable devices, a hand rail “that projects above
the bar I9. The lower bar 28 of the upper secfull "tion I6 may be a channel bar also, and when the
upper section is lowered, it will enclose this hand
rail.
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fective one in that there is no dßIlger of its dis
placement by lateral pressure when it is‘in place
and in action.
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From the foregoing, it is thought that the con
struction, operation and many advantages of the
herein described invention will be apparent to
those skilled in the art without further descrip
tion, and it will be understood that various
changes in the size, shape, proportion and minor
details of construction may be resorted to with
out departing from the spirit or sacrificing any of
the advantages of the invention.
What I claim, is:
1. In a combined door and guard, the combina
tion withja doorway, of a door for the doorway,
said door comprising a pivotally mounted upper
leaf and a lower leaf that slides on the upper
leaf to and from a position below the same, said
lower leaf comprising relatively slidable sections,
means for elevating the lower leaf and swinging
it and the upper leaf to open position, said means
including sliding and swinging lifting levers piv
It is of course desirable that the lower door
leaf A should also be movable as an entity, and
r therefore means are provided fordetachably'se
'oted to the lower section of the lower leaf, the
upper section of the lower leaf having a depend
ing extension provided with an inwardly onset
curing together the sections I3 and I3. To' this
end there is journaled in the lower portion of the
frame bars 2 Ica horizontal rockeshaft 33f'and se
cured to the ends thereof are collars `lil carrying
latch hooks 4I. The depending extensions 30 of
the upper section have at their lower ends in
wardly'extending keeper lugs~ 42 that are adapted
to be overhung by the latch hooks Il when the two
sections are together. The _rock shaft is provided
with suitable operating means. This may take the
form of a hand lever 4I secured thereto, and if
desired, a foot treadle M. A coiled spring 43,
connected to the shaft and surrounding the same,
serves to _bring the latch hooks 4I to their oper
ative positions when the shaft is released, and
-the shape of the latch hooks is such, as. will be
portion and slidably mounted on the lower section,
a latch carried by the lower section for engaging
the said laterally offset portion toßsecure thelsec
clear by reference to Figure "l, that when the
upper section is moved downwardly, the lugs 42
will pass the hooks, forcing the same to one side
until the hooks will engage over said lugs.
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tions together, and counterbalancing means con
nected to the upper section for assisting in rais 60
ing the same from the lower section when the two
sections are unlatched and the lower sectlo
. remains depressed.
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2. A combined door and guard for doorways
including an upper leaf andra lower leaf, said 65
lower leaf being divided into an upper section
and a. guard section, guide tracks at opposite sides
of the doorway. lifting levers movableln said
tracks, means for pivotally mounting said‘guard
section on said lifting levers, latch means carried 70
by the lower portion of the guard section, said
guard section including a frame-work having end
bars projecting above the point where the guard
section is pivoted to the lifting levers, guide means »
carried at the inner sides of said end bars, side 75
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bars carried by the upper section and extending
below the bottom edge thereof, guide means car
y ried by the outer faces of said end bars of the
upper section for mating with the guide means
Cîl on the inner faces of the end bars of the lower
section, and inwardly offset keeper elements car
ried by theëqlower portions of the end bars of the
the upper section, means for moving both sec
tions of the leaf when they are latched together,
and counterbalance means for moving the upper
section independently of the guard section.
4. In a combined door and guard, the combina
tion with a doorway, of a door for the doorway,
said door comprising a pivotally mounted upper
upper section and adapted to be engaged by the ‘ leaf and a lower leaf that slides on the upper leaf
to and from a position below the same, said lower
said latch means at the bottom of the guard sec
leaf comprising relatively slidable top and bot 10
tion to releasably connect said upper end guard
sections together to constitute the lower-leaf, and
counterbalance means connected to the upper sec
tion of the lower leaf.
3. A door leaf' for doorways comprising an
upper section and a lower guard section, said
guard section including upwardly extending end
bars and said upper section including downwardly
extending end bars, cooperating guide elements
respectively on the end bars of the guard sec
tion and upper section to interconnect said sec
tions for sliding movement, keeper means on the
lower ends- of the end bars of the upper section,
and latch means carried by the bottom portion of
' the guard section, said latch means including a
spring tensioned rock shaft having latch hooks at
opposite ends thereof for engaging with said
keeper meansv of the upper section, a lever carriedby said rock shaft for controlling its'movement to
bring -the latch hooks into and out of engage
30 ment with the keeper means on the end bars of
tom sections, sliding and swinging lifting leverspivoted to the bottom section of the lower leaf
for elevating and swinging the entire lowerv leaf
and the upper leaf into open position, the bottom
section of the lower leaf having upright members 15
at opposite ends thereof and the top section of the
lower leaf having downwardly directed extensions
at opposite sides thereof for slidably interengag
ing with the upright members of the bottom sec 20
tion, a latching device carried by the bottom sec
tion for engaging'with the downwardly directed
extensions on the top section to releasably con
nect said top and bottom sections together, and
counter-balancing means connected to the top
section and assisting in raising the same from the
bottom section when the twov sections are -un
latched and the bottom section remains in its
lowered position.
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LOUIS J. GORAR.
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