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Nov. 22, 1938.
` F. R, PAYNE
2,137,781
EAvEs TROUGH HANGER
Filed May l0, 1937
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Patented Nov. 22, 1938
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EAVES TROUGH AHANGER
Frank R. Payne, Peru, In'd.
Application May 10, 1937, Serial No. 141,788
2 Claims.
This invention relates to new and useful im
provernents in hangers of the character especially
designed for supporting eaves troughs.
The principal object of the present invention
l is to provide an eaves trough hanger which will
greatly simplify the job of removing and replac
ing troughs when they become dilapidated.
Another important object of the present inven
tion is to provide an eaves trough hanger includ
lo ing an anchoring member for the suspending
means which is a permanent fixture and which is
not affected when troughs are being removed and
replaced.
Other important objects and advantages of the
l5 invention will become apparent to the reader of
the following specification.
(Cl. 24S-48.1)
cut I9 is made in the lower edge of they sheathing
I8 of the roof to receive the flange I3 and the
plate I0 is attached to the sheathing by nails or
the like passing through the holes formed in the
plate as shown in Figures l and 2. A slot I6 is
formed in the plate slightly inwardly of the fold
line I5. 'I'he lip II should be bent sol that it will
be perpendicular irrespective of the slope of the
roof.
The suspension element 8 is formed'from a
pair of wires a and b` which have their upper H 0
ends passed upwardly in rear of the lip II and
through the slot I6 and are then bent down
wardly in front of the lip and their ends twisted
around other portions of the wires directly under
the lip, said other portions extending downwardly. 5
In the drawings:
through the member or clamp l.
Figure 1 represents a fragmentary front eleva
The lower ends of these suspending wires af--b
tional view of the hanger installed for use.
are twisted together and then disposed through
20
Figure 2 is a fragmentary vertical sectional an opening in the plate 2li of the clamp means 'I
view taken substantially on the line 2--2 of and brought back upwardly through other open
Figure 1.
ings and then bent flatly against the top sur
Figure 3 is a horizontal sectional view taken _ face of the plate 2D as substantially shown in
substantially on line 3-3 of Figure 2.
Figure 3.
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Figure 4 is an enlarged fragmentary vertical
One end of the plate 20 has an elongated sheet
sectional view taken substantially on line 4_4 of . metal strap 2| secured thereto and this strap ex
Figure 3.
tends under the trough 5 and up over the rolled
Figure 5 is a top plan view of a modified trough edge 6 thereof. A substantially heavy dove-tailed
clamp and also shows the suspending member in tongue 22 extends from the opposite end of the
. plate 20 and is bent over the free end of the
30 transverse section.
Figure 6 is a fragmentary vtop plan view of the strap 2|, thus holding the clamp 'I firmly to the
anchor in blank form.
trough 5.
Referring to the drawings wherein like numer
A modified form of clamp is shown in Figure 5
als designate like parts, it can be seen that nu
and generally referred to by reference charac
ter la. This clamp consists of the elongated
35 meral >5 represents the conventional form of
trough having the rolled edge 6. Numeral l gen
plate 20a provided with a wide end portion Zlib
erally refers to the clamp while numeral 8 gen# which has a slot 20c therein for receiving the free
erally refers to the suspending element. The end of the elongated strap-like extension 2 Ia
anchoring means is generally referred to
which extends from the opposite end of the plate
numeral 9.
20a. Obviously, this strap 2Ia. is disposed around
40
The anchoring means consists of the elongated the trough 5 and its end inserted through the slot
plate ID bent on the longitudinally extending line 20c and bent downwardly.
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I4 to provide the vertical flange I3 and the front
While the foregoing specification sets forth the
end of the plate forms a lip II which is bent on invention in specific terms, it is to be under
45 the transverse line I5 to a perpendicular position stood that numerous changes in the shape, size,
as shown in Figure 1. This slip is separated and materials may be resorted to without depart
from the front end I2 of the vertical flange I3 ing from the spirit and scope of the invention as
by a slit I0 which forms a continuation of the claimed hereinafter.
.
bend line I4 and said end I2 has its front edge
Having described the invention, what is claimed
50 sloping as at I1 so that this edge will also be
perpendicular, or substantially so, when the plate
is attached to a sloping roof as shown in Figure
2 which also shows the front end of the verti
cal flange I3 projecting from the lower edge of
55 the roof and beyond the bent down lip I I. A saw
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as new is:
l. An eaves trough hanger comprising an an
chor including a plate having a depending ñange,
means for attaching the plate to a roof, the lower
end of the plate being bent downwardly to pro
vide a lip and said lip being separated from the
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lower end of the flange which extends outwardly
beyond the lip and said plate having a hole
therein spaced inwardly from the lip, a suspen
sion element formed of bendable material and
having its upper end passing upwardly in rear of
the lip through the opening in the plate and then
brought downwardly in front of the lip and
fastened to another portion of the element under
the lip and a trough engaging clamp connected
10 with the lower end of the suspending element.
2. An eaves trough hanger comprising an an
chor including a plate adapted to be connected
to a roof part and a depending lip at the outer
end of the plate located in front of the eaves of
15 the roof and said plate having a hole therein
slightly in rear of the lip, a suspending element
including a pair of wires having their upper ends
passing in rear of the lip through the hole and
then bent downwardly over the front of the lip
and having their ends connected with the rest
of the wires under the lip, the lower portions of
the wires being twisted together and a trough
engaging clamp having holes therein, through
the center one of which the wires pass with one
Wire extending toward one end of the clamp and
upwardly through a hole therein with the ter- 10
minal bent over the clamp and the other wire
extending under the clamp toward the other
end thereof and through another hole With its
terminal bent over the top of the clamp.
FRANK R. PAYNE.
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