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July 16, 1946.
w_ KUMMER'OW
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WINDOW STRUCTURE
Filed June 50, 1945
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Patented July 16, 1946
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WYINDOW STRUCTURE
William Kummcrow, Chicago, Ill.
Application June 30, 1943, Serial No. 492,842
3 Claims.
(Cl. 160-207)
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This invention relates to window constructions
and more particularly to a window construction
having a storm window and has for its principal
object the provision of an improved construction
which will be highly e?icient in use and economi
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tion and arrangement of parts to be hereinafter
described and claimed.
The invention will be best understood by refer
ence to the accompanying drawing showing the
preferred form of construction, and in which:
cal in manufacture.
Fig. l is an inside elevational View of my im
An object of this invention is to provide a storm
proved window construction;
window arranged in a manner with respect to
Fig. 2 is a vertical sectional detail View of the
the remaining portion of the window construc
‘same taken on line 2--2 of Fig. 1;
tion such as will permit the window section there l0
Fig. 3 is a vertical sectional detail view of the
of to move into the interior of the room for clean
window construction embodied in my invention
ing and Washing purposes without removal of the
storm window from its mounting and without
- interference with the permanent slidable win
dows.
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showing the upper storm sash lowered;
FigJl is a vertical sectional detail view similar
to that shown in Fig, 3 but showing the lower
15 storm sash in open position;
A still further object of this invention is to
Fig. 5 is a sectional detail view taken substan
provide, in a window construction, storm Win
tially on line 5-5 of Fig. 1;
dows, the mountings of which require the mini
Fig. 6 is a sectional detail view: similar to Fig. 5
mum amount of carpenter work for installation
showing the upper storm sash in open position;
purposes and which when mounted in place are 20
Fig. 7 is a fragmentary sectional detail view
?ush with the frames of the window construction.
taken on line l--l of Fig. 8 ; and
A still further object of this invention is the
Fig. ‘8 is a fragmentary sectional detail view
provision of a window construction having a
taken on line 8—8 of Fig. 1.
storm window the window sections of which are
The drawing illustrates the preferred form of
both hingedly and slidably mounted in the frame, 25 construction of my invention. The several ob
thus permitting either sash to be suspended in
jects of my invention are preferably accomplished
a position when‘ eased, and convenient access
by the following construction.
may be had thereto.
The usual and standard window construction
A still further object of this invention is the
best known to the builder and carpenter, consists
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provision of a storm window which when mounted
of a head jamb IO, comprising a trim II and an
in place is substantially weatherproof for the
outside head casing 12. This window construc
intended purpose.
tion further includes an outside side casing 13, a
A still further object of my invention will be
“stool” I 4 and an outside sill l5 usually sloped
found to reside in the fact that the window sec
outwardly and downwardly for drainage purpose.
tion of the storm window is mounted in place by 35 The side jambs I6 provide the usual sash runs
means which facilitates removal of the storm
l7 and I8 for the window sash l9 and 20, each
window section without the use of tools.
balanced in the usual manner.
Another object of this invention is the provi
It is with this standard window construction
sion of a storm window which may be conven
40 that I associate my storm window 2| now to be
iently and expeditiously associated with the
standard window construction and one wherein
the sash may be cleaned on both sides Without re
moval of such sash or any part of the storm win
dow.
A still further object of this invention is the
provision of a storm sash that can be installed
from the inside of the building by one other than
a mechanic skilled in such work.
described in detail.
This storm window 2| comprises a frame 22.
The bottom rail 23 of the frame is tapered to cor
respond to the slope of the outside sill I5. This
frame is securely positioned in the window con
struction as shown. The manner of securing the
same in place may vary but it is desirable that it
be such that results in a substantially water
As will be ap
‘ proof enclosure.
parent, the removal of the storm sash requires 60
Mounted in the frame 22 are upper and lower
no removal of the frame which is mounted per
storm sash 24 and 25. The contacting edges of
manently in place as will be more apparent here
the sash 24 and 25 and those of the frame 22 are
inafter.
Other objects will appear hereinafter.
The invention consists in the novel combina
rabbettedto provide substantial seals when the
sashes are in place‘ whereby to keep out rain,
55 snow, dust and other foreign matter.
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The meeting rails 26 and 21 of the sash 24 and‘
25 are hinged together by means of hinges 28.
These hinges 28 each comprise a pair of hinge
leaves 29 and 30. One hinge leaf carries a pintle
3! which ?ts in a knuckle 32 provided by the
other leaf, whereby to separate the sash. All that
is necessary is to move one sash in a lateral di
rection with respect to the other sash to effect
removal of the pintle 3| from theknuckle. This
may be done without the use of any tools what
soever.
On the inner vertical edges 33 of the side
members of the frame 22 are provided longitu
dinally extending grooves 34. The sash stile
35 of each sash 2d and 25 carries a set of slid
ably mounted latch bolts 36 each comprising a
?nger plate 31 and a latch head 38. These bolts
each have an elongated slot 39 formed therein '
and are movably secured to the sash by a screw
element 40 having its shank projected through
the slot 39.
to be limited to the precise details of construc
tion set forth, but desire to avail myself of such
variations and modi?cations as come within the
scope of the appended claims.
Having thus‘ described my invention, what I
claim as new and desire to protect by Letters Pat
ent is:
l. A window construction comprising a frame,
a pair of aligned sash members arranged in said
frame, means for mounting said sash members
in said frame for vertical slidable movement with
respect to the frame, means connecting said sash
members together for swinging movement with
respect to each other whereby either of said sash
members may be swung from a vertical position
in said frame, and means for releasably latching
said sash members against slidable movement
relative to the frame when one of said sash mem
bers is swung from said position within said
frame.
A storm window for a window construc
tion having a pair of vertically arranged slidable
sash elements, said storm window comprising a
frame mounted in said window construction, an
upper and lower sash member mounted in aligned
relation with respect to each other in said frame,
means
for mounting said sash members in said
keeper notch 45’ formed in the side stile of the .
frame
for
vertical slidable movement, means con
frame 22 at a proper place for the stated pur
necting said sash members together for swing
pose.
Normally the sash are in the position shown in 3 0 ing movement with respect to each other where
by when the lower of said sash members is in
Fig. 1. To clean the lower sash the ends of the
vertical position within said frame, the upper
iatch bolts 3% thereof are withdrawn from the
of said sash members may be swung over the
grooves 35 and the upper sash moved downwardly
sash elements of said window construction when
until the latch bolts 36 thereof engage in ad
said sash elements are both in a lowered po
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jacent keeper notches :30’. This positions the
sition with respect to said window construction
sash 2t and 25 in a position with respect to sash
and whereby when the upper of said sash mem
i9 and 23 in a manner such as will permit the
bers is in a vertical position within said frame
lower storm sasli 25 to be pivoted into the posi
the lower of said sash members may be swung
tion shown in‘Fig. 4 without interference by the
40 beneath the said sash elements of said window
meeting rails of the sash l9 and 23.
construction when said sash elements are both
To move the upper storm sash 24 in the posi
in an upper position with respect to said win
tion shown in Fig. 3 the latch bolts 315 thereof are
dow construction, means for releasably latch
disengaged from the grooves 34 and the lower
ing said lower of the sash members in said ver
sash 25 raised to the position shown where the
tical position with respect to the frame when
upper sash 24 may be pivoted to the position illus
said upper sash member is swung relative there
trated in Fig. 4 in which position the sash may be
to, and means for releasably latching the upper
cleaned both inside and outside or repaired as
of said sash members in its vertical position with
the case may require all without removing the
respect to said frame when the lower of said
storm sash from the frame or detaching one
sash members is swung relative thereto.
from the other.
When the sash 2-’! and 25 are moved relative
to the frame 22 the latch heads 38 of the latch
bolts 35 work in the grooves 34. To hold the
sash 2.4 and 25 in either the position shown in 2 5
Figs. 3 and 4, the latch head is projected into a
The meeting rails iii of the storm sash are
rabbeted for weather insulating purposes.
From the above it is obvious that the several
objects of my invention are accomplished by a
structure which is simple and inexpensive yet
highly e?icient in use.
As seen in the drawing when the storm sash
are in closed position the meeting rails thereof
are directly opposite the meeting rails of the
slidable sash l9 and 29. Thus it is apparent that
no part of the storm sash when in this position
will obstruct any area of the sash l9 and it, a
factor w ich is of importance in window con
struction.
From the description herein set forth it is ap
parent that a window screen may be used in
3. A storm window comprising a frame hav
ing vertical grooves formed in the opposing edges
of the side members of said frame with the
grooves extending the full length of said op
posing edges and keeper notches communicating
with said grooves and formed in said side mem
bers, a pair of vertically aligned sash members
arranged in said frame, means connecting said
sash members together for swinging movement
0 with respect to each other, latch members car
ried by said sash members and engaging said
grooves for guiding said sash members in ver
tical slidable movement with respect to said
frame, when one of said sash members is swung
(A from a vertical position with respect to said
/ frame, the latch members of said other of the
sash members being adapted to engage in cer
tain of the keeper notches to releasably latch
the operation or installation of the storm sash.
said other of the sash members against slidable
While I have illustrated and described the pre
0 movement within said frame while said one of
ferred- form of construction for carrying my in
said sash members is swung from vertical posi
vention into effect, this is capable of variation
tion with respect to said frame.
and modi?cation without departing from. the
WILLIAM KUMMEROW.
spirit of the invention. 1, therefore, do not wish
any well known manner with no interference to
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