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Nov. 19, 1946.
A. B. ECKL
2,411,417
FRACTURE FRAME STRAP
Filed June 2l, 1945
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Patented Nov. 19,1946
UNITED STATES‘PATENT GFFICE
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FRACTURE
STR-AP
Anna B. Eckl, Quincy, Mass.
Application .lune 21, 1945, Serial No. 600,673
9 Claims. (ci. s-sm
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This invention relates to a supporting strap,
particularly one for fracture frames.
One object of my invention is to provide a sup
porting strap that is more eflicient and conven
ient to use, than those previously known. An"
other object is to provide such a strap which can
be adjusted to diiierent positions on the fracture
frame.
A further object is to provide a strap having
parts that are simple to manufacture and as
show three said openings 22 spaced apart across
said body 2| in a row, and there are three such
rows of openings 22> which rows extend longitu
dinally of said strap. These openings 22 make
semble.
are stitched as at 25 to the under surface there
of and which are looped at their free ends to hold
The foregoing and other objects which will ap~
my strap 20 adjustable in length, thus making it
possible to have the lateral center portion of my
strap half~way between said- two fracture frame
sides I2 and I3 though the Width of theV frame is
varied by operating said turnbuckle arrangement.
My strap 2|! is provided with holders 24 which
pear as the nature of the invention is better un
rings 26, preferably metal, which extend through
derstood, may be accomplished by a construc
said loops. Said holders 24 are attached to the
same half portion of said strap body 2| that said
openings 22 are located in, but farther inwardly
from an outside end of said body 2|. They also
are preferably in longitudinal alinement with said
tion, combination and arrangement of parts such
as is disclosed by the drawings and specification.
The nature of the invention is such as to render
it susceptible to various changes and modifica
tions, and, therefore, ‘I am not to be limited to
said disclosure; but am entitled to all such 20
`openings 22.
changes therefrom as fall within the scope of my
half said openings 22 are located in are buckle
claims.
1n the drawings:
extremity to the upper surface of said body 2|.
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At the half portion of said body opposite to the
holders 2l which are stitched as at 28 near an end
Figure i is a top plan View of a fracture frame
Fastening members such as buckles 29 are held
with my supporting straps attached thereto, two 25 by loops formed in the ends of said buckle holders
0f which are tightly fastened to the frame and
one of which is resting loosely on the frame.
Figure 2 is a sectional View taken on the line
2-2 of Figure l, showing a supporting strap in
2l. These buckles are at and preferably rest on
the top surface of said body 2| so they are visible
and most convenient to use at all times.
Attached to the under surface of said body 2|
near an end extremity at the half portion oppo
site that where the openings 22 are located, are
Figure 3 is a sectional view taken on the line
fastening or tightening bands 36 which are long
.3»«3 of Figure 1 showing a supporting strap in
enough to extend under said body 2| to and
loose position.
through said rings 26 and back to the top sur
Figure 4 is a top plan View of my supporting
strap, and Figure 5 is a bottom plan view there~ 35 face of said body 2| to said buckles 29 to which
they are fastened after being pulled as tightly as
of.
desired. Said bands Sil are stitched to the under
As illustrated, a fracture frame F has two sides
surface of said body by stitching 3L.
l2 and i3 and two ends ill connected together to
To attach my supporting straps 2D to a frac
form a unitary frame. Said ends Hi each are pro
vided with a turnbuckle arrangement I6 so that 40 ture frame F three of the hooks Il are inserted
through a row of three openings 22 and said
the said ends can be narrowed by screwing the
bands 30 are run forwardly under said body 2|
screw-threaded members farther into said ends
over the side frame member I3 and back through
I4, or widened by screwing in the opposite direcsaid rings 26 and then pulled back again over the
tion.
tightened position.
Said side I2 is provided with inwardly pointing 45 side frame member I3 and inserted through said
hooks |'|, spaced apart, to which my supporting
buckles 29, and drawn tight; the buckles hold said
bands 3|) in place by penetration of the buckle
straps 2i) are attached as illustrated in Figures l,
points through said bands in the usual. manner.
The number of holders, bands and Openings
crosswise of said fracture frame F and are corn 50 provided may be more or less than those shown
depending upon the width of said body 2|.
monly made of stout canvas, although other ma*
What I claim is:
terials, preferably flexible, could be used. Said
strap 26 consists of a body portion 2| having
1. A fracture frame strap comprising a body
openings 22 at one end portion which are prefer
having an opening at one end portion thereof,
ably strengthened by metal rings or grommets. I 55 a holder attached to the under surface of said
2 and 3 of the drawings.
My supporting straps 2D ordinarily extend
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body, a fastening member attached to said body
surface of and attached to said Vbody adjacent
at the upper surface thereof, and a band attached
to the under surface of said body and being of .
an end thereof in the half portion thereof oppo
site the first-mentioned half portion, and a band
sufñcient length to extend therefrom to said
holder and back to said fastening member.
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2. A fracture frame strap comprising a body
having a plurality of openings therein which are
spaced apart longitudinally between the ends of
attached to the latter half portion adjacent said
latter-mentioned end, said band being of suiii
cient length to extend therefrom to said holder
and back to said fastening means.
7. A fracture frame strap comprising a body
said body, a holder attached to said body, a fas
having provision at one end portion to attach it
tening member attached to said body at a point 10 to a fracture frame, a holder attached to said
spaced apart from said holder, and a band at
body at the under surface thereof at a point
tached to said body and being of sufficient length
spaced inwardly from said provision but in the
to extend therefrom to said holder and back to
same half portion of said body as said provision,
said fastening member.
.
fastening means attached to the upper surface
3. A fracture frame strap comprising a body 15 of said body adjacent an end thereof in the half
having a plurality of openings therein at one
portion thereof opposite the first-mentioned half
end portion thereof, a plurality of holders at
. portion, and a band attached to the under sur
tached to the under surface of said body, a plu
face of the latter half portion `adjacent said lat
rality of fastening members attached to said
ter-mentioned end, said band being of suñicient
body at the upper surface thereof, and a plural 20 length to extend therefrom to said holder and
ity of bands attached to the under surface of
back to said fastening means.
said body and being of sufñcient length to extend
8. A fracture frame strap comprising a body
therefrom to said holders and back to said fas
having a plurality of openings spaced apart there
tening member.
in in an end portion thereof, a plurality of hold
4. A fracture frame strap comprising a body 25 ers attachedto said body at the under surface
having provision at one half portion to attach
thereof at a point spaced inwardly from said
it to a fracture frame, a holder attached to said
openings, said holders having ring members at
body at a point spaced inwardly from said pro~
one end thereof, a plurality of fastening mem
vision, fastening means attached to said body in
bers attached to the upper surface of said body
the half portion thereof opposite the first-men 30 adjacent an outside end thereof, a plurality of
tioned half portion, >and a band attached to the
bands attached to the under surface of said body
latter half portion and being of sufficient length
adjacent the latter-mentioned outside end, said
to extend therefrom to said holder and back to
band being of sufficient length to extend there
said fastening means.
from to said ring members and back to said fas
5. A fracture frame strap comprising a body 35 tening members.
having provision at one half portion adjacent an
9. A fracture frame strap comprising a body
outside end to attach it to a fracture frame, a
having a plurality of rows of openings therein
holder attached to said body at a point spaced
spaced apart laterally and longitudinally in a
inwardly from said provision but in the same half
half portion thereof, a plurality of holders at
portion of said body as said provision, fastening 40 tached to said body at the under surface thereof
means attached to said body in the half portion
at a point spaced inwardly from and in a sub
thereof opposite the first-mentioned half portion
stantial alinement with the longitudinal rows of
and adjacent the other outside end, and a band
said openings, said holders having ring members
attached to the latter half portion and being of
at one end thereof, a plurality of fastening mem
suiñcient length to extend therefrom to said 45 bers attached to and resting upon the upper sur
holder and back to said fastening means.
. face of said body adjacent an outside end thereof,
6. A fracture frame strap-comprising a body
a plurality of bands attached to the under sur
having provision at one half portion to attach
it to a fracture frame, a holder attached to said
face of said body adjacent the latter-mentioned
outside end, said band being of sufficient length
body at a point spaced inwardly from said pro 50 to extend therefrom to said ring members and
vision but in the same half portion of said body
back to said fastening members.
as said provision, fastening means at the upper
VANNA B. ECKL.
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