close

Вход

Забыли?

вход по аккаунту

?

код для вставки
Dec. 3,1946.
-
'H-. G. WOMACjK'
.
wINDow FRAME PARTINGr` STOP
Filed sept. 22, 1944
5,6/Í,/V
A ¿A
f2
`
.20.
2,412,190
l
2,412,190
Patented Dec. 3, 1946
«UNITED ’STATES PATENT `-ÀÍOF-P' ICEv`
,'
"
n
y
12,412,1*9o~
`
'l
f
’
"f
QWINDOW'ERAME PARTING s'ror
.'¿Harry î`G.`«'Womack, Atlanta, ' Ga.
Apprenti@ `septßmber> 2z, 1944,':fseria1'No:5555313
2
1
Figure 3 is ya’partial section on --an enlarged
This inventionxelates generally to ‘improve
ments in'building construction and ‘pertainsïpar
scaletaken on the‘line 3-3 of Figure 1.
ticularly to improvements in >parting stopsíîor ,
window frames.
parting stop, in side VAelevatioirand'inoperative
-A principal Yobject 'of vthe vpresent invention '
is to provide‘an improved .parting stop construc
tion for window frames, wherein the parting stop
„
Figure 4 is a view ofthe two sections zof'a
relation.
Figure 5 4is a"detail‘view>looking into> aggpor
tion lof a parting'stop"channel'and showing a -
partingstop spring mounted therein.
is supportedin such a manner withinïtheì'jamb
Referring now more particularly' to the'Vv draw
ashto‘have‘slight osciilatory‘movement with re
ing,
the numeralV I0 generally designates a vwin
10
jspect‘tothe-face .of >an> adjacent stile of a sash,
dow irameof the usual construction or'design
Whereby‘altight ’contact ismaintained at all times
in that it comprises the top or .head jamb 1|,
between‘ithe' parting stop and the sash stile, the
the `jambs or side jambs‘ I2 and the sill :'I`3. 'The
oscillatoryîm'ovement ofi’the parting stop being
numerals
l-i and l5 designate respectively Vîthe
leffected-"fluya resilient element supported'in the
stopfgroove and " having ’engagement with the .15 blind stop which is at the ’outer side ofthe
frame, and the' inside stop and centrallyv between
stop.
these stops the jambs'lZ are provided wíth'the
t «f-*Anóther volojectrof"the 'invention is to provide,
'usual `centrally located `.longitudinally extending
in-'a‘window sash,- an improved ’parting stop con
channels I6: in which arelocated the-hereinafter
struction# in'fwhich‘each parting stop is formed
in two’sections disposed inlend engagement, one 20 described parting stops which separateçthe Ain
‘above the~other,‘each of the >stop sections being ' ner .and >outer or lower and upper, ,sash 'Hand
I8 respectively. The side stiles ofthe lower and
so designedthatas a‘ sash’is` shifted from closed
uppersash
are, respectively, designated‘läïand
to opened position' it will have continually de
creasing ~‘ contact with the stop >sections 4adjacent
The parting stoplocated in each .channel l,I6
thereto »an‘dwilr run freeof connection with the 25 and
~ Iconstructed >in accordance I with. the„._present
vstopï section ofi` the vadjacent Hsash,v thereby facili
20.
tating the free movement ofthe sash. e
ing stop is formedk inv two sections designated Í.22
and 23, `for the `upper »and >lower‘fsectionsire
provide, »in a window frame construction, im
spectively.` " These sections are disposed one above
proved pressure parting stops which are >designed>
ing to makelany changeV or alteration in the con-struction -of -the'frarneV or sashes other than to
t
invention ,is generally designatedfZ I.V lEach part
'
1A~stillrfurther object‘ofV the invention is to
`toïloe installed’in a window frame without hav
t
vtheqother and in endabutting relation finjthe
' .plane 'ofthe sash check rails 24. '
" lThe parting stop sections `are...of»„materially
`greater Width than thickness asisfclearly shown
increase>slightly the depth of thefparting _stop
grooves inthe jambs, in which the improved
in the,horizontalsectionalyiews.
,
~
,
Each parting stopfsection Ahasa {groove rL25
formed llongitudinallyv in Íone side. vface `sit-the
edge of the sectionïl'ying" within the channel „I6
parting -stops :are positioned and in >which they
-function in cooperation'with the adjacent’sashes
for" the attainment; of the-desiredV results.
and the opposite face has that
A .portionjlyi-ng
y op- u
" The? invention> will bexbest'understood from a
posite
from
thev
grooveiâ‘âv`
bevelled
kslightly’.„to
40
-consideration of ` the \ following detailed descrip
l formV the'substantially :centrally »locatedllongi
tion-taken inrconnection‘with thel accompanying '
tudinally extending fulcrum rib ¿2t 'which bears
drawing forming »a vpart off this specification,r`
I
ï
against the adjacent'side of the channel adjacent
v.with the understanding, however, ‘that the inven
outer side or. longitudinal cornerthei‘eof.`
tion is :notconiined to a strict conformity with Y thesecureuto
Vthe innerv or' bottomjwan 'ofthe
the showing of the »drawing but may be changed
channel
adjacent
to each parting ßstop section,
-for« modified so long as such changes orA modif
`by‘thescrews 21 or other ,suitable meansvarethe
ñcations mark no materialy departure from the`
spring’ñngers V28` each of which rests in a“ groove ' _
salient-features of the invention> as expressed» in
“25 andexerts pressure „transversely of the part- A
the'append'ed claims.
"
'
`
'
.50, ingfstop~ section which it engages',` tending to
the drawing:
cause the sectionto rock' on the ‘fulcruin’ 26.1 " A'
» A"Figure-'1 is` a vertical> sectional View through ‘
Y The outer half> of `eachfpartingnetopvseetion
a-jwindow Vframe-showing the present »invention
appliedthereto.
t
'i
_
`f
Figure `2 isa horizontal section ï-'talçenjsub
Stantially ontheïlinëïZ-LZ »of Figure 1. ' ‘
upon the sideface opposite fromethetfulcrumjrib
l‘26' has‘the outset orxoutwardly~` projecting y»rela- _
155
2,412,190
4
against the adjacent face of the adjacent sashl
stile. In the upper section of the parting stop
this outset bearing flange is directed toward the
`
_
form to the shape of the sill, forming a tight seal
without interfering with drainage of the sill.
The head jamb is provided with two parallel
outside of the window and engages the inner
grooves 35 and 36 and an intervening tongue 31. y
side of the stile of the top sash while in the lower ci The top rail of the top sash is longitudinallyV
section of the parting stop, designated 23, this
grooved as indicated at 38. The outer side of>
bearing flange faces inwardly and engages the
this groove is bevelled as indicated at 39 to allowV
outer face of the side stile of the lower or bot
for any variation between the head jamb and the
tom sash.
top rail of the sash. As will be'readily apparent
The portion of the side face of each parting 10 the bevelled side of the groove 38 Vbears against
stopsection directly opposite from the bearing
a Acorrespondingly bevelled inner side 400i the
flange,V is inset or recessed as indicated at 30.
groove 35 thereby establishing a tight joint.
Since the parting stop sections are urgedrto os- -
. _ From the foregoing, it will bev readily appar
cillate in opposite directions by their respective
springs 218 and the space between the check rails
of the upper and lower sash is slightly greater
ent that a window constructed with parting stops
of the design herein disclosed and with the Ijoints
than the over-all width of each parting stop sec
tion in the portion between the face of the bear
ing flange and the surface of the recess 33, it
will be seen that a clearance is provided between 20
_ between the top rail of the top sash and the head
jamb and between the bottom rail of the bottom
sash and the sill, constructed as illustrated and
described, will be air and water tight. At the
same time, by reason of the novel formation of
the side of each p-arting stop section opposite the
bearing flange and the sash stile opposite from
that against which the bearing flange engages,
the parting stop sections, the upper and lower
sash maybe easily shifted withra minimum of
so that when either sash is shift-ed to open posi
tion it will be free of frictional contact with the
Y It is also to be'understood that the stops here
in described may be used horizontally on or in
friction.
parting stop section of the other sash.
The inner edge surfaces of the parting stop
sections are likewise provided. through the parts
thereof which position in the r-abbets at the Vends
of the check rail when the sashes are in closed
position, with 'outset portions as indicated at 3|
and such outset portion of each parting stop sec
tion engages the adjacent end 'of the check Vrail
when the sashes are closed. However, when
either sash is opened a clearance is provided be
_
`
_
Q
,
I claim:
_
l
l. A window frame and sash construction, a
frame having side jambs each having a» parting
stop channel formed longitudinally thereinand
-»
sash inthe frame between. the jambs; a parting
stop in each channel formed of two independent.
sections disposed in end abutting
relation,. _each *Y '
section having a portion extending
outwardly
from the channel to position between adjacent
sash, each section having a longitudinalribfäon
one side face engaging and rocking uponwthe _
the sashes with respect to the parting stop.
,
'I’hese wide or outset portions 3| form a tight
adjacent side of Ythe channel, spring means
housed entirely within the channel adjacent lto
_
theY side faces of the sections opposite from; the
rib and engaging- the section to rock the same
on the ribs, the portion of each parting stop sec
The parting stops are of a width which allows
for a clearance 33 between the inner edges _of th-e
strip sections and the bottoms of the channels
in which they are positioned. _The springs are
- 45
width of the sash is taken care of by this clear
ance between the back edge ofîthe parting stop
sections and the bottom of the channel in the
jamb in which, the parting stop> is set.
J
_ The action of the springs is to force the part
ing ' stops or theV fulcrum ribs thereof` A'tightly
against’the sides of the channel I3 and the slight
rocking movement which would be imparted to
the parting stop sections from this action of' the
>spring, forces'the bearing flangeof eachi sec
tion slightly against the adjacent sash stile.: ‘
_
connectionv with :horizontal sliding windows> toY
the adjacent parting stop section as indicated at
32, thereby providing for the free movement of
sufficiently flexible so that any expansion in Ythe
_.
prevent rattle and inñltration of air.
Y tween thevend of the check railV and the edge of
seal‘ at the check rails.r
'
_
The top parting >stops _contact the bottom sash
only at'the check rail, and the bottom stopsvcon- `
"tact'the top sash only atvthe check rail. It will
thus be seen upon reference to the drawing that
the bottom and top stops or parting stop sections
tion lyingoutside the channel r’and Valong-'the side
face thereof opposite from¿the rib being formed
to provide an outstanding bearing flange having
contact with the adjacent- sash.
, _
~ '_y ,A ; '
2. A window frame andsash constructionas
set forth in claim l, in which'rthe side/«face of
each parting stop sectionopposite from the ¿bear
`
clearance`v spaceV
ing flange, is recessed to 'form a'
between Ythexsectio'n and the other-sash. _
»
3. In a window frame and sash construction',a`
framezhaving
side
K
_
n
jambs each havingïa‘parting `
stop channel formed longitudinally therein ¿andf
sash/inthe frame between theljambs; a »parting
f stop strip .in-each vchannel and divided intoftwoy
sections having _end abutting relation',Y each ^ sec__-
tionïbeing disposed adjacent to a vertical stile of `
lone sash,ineans forming a fulcrum upon one'side
race »of eachA parting stopls’ection and bearing
are completely independent of each other.` ‘_W’hen , ' ` v against the adjacent sideî of the channel, agbearè
the bottom sash is raised, VVthereis. aspace or
clearance'at 3l) between theY bottom sash andthe
top sections of the parting stops. This clearance
progressively lessens the pressure of the bottom
_» parting stop sections on’the sash as it is raised
making foreasier opening Vofthe same. "When
Ving ,iiange'formed along thefside face of eajch>
'section' opposite from, the f_ulcrum forming means
tact
and with
disposedoutside’the
the adjacent sash
channel‘for
stile, each bearingcon'.
parting stopV ' n
section having a groove formedinthe sideiface
Vopposite from the fulcrurn `Vforming >means'and
disposed in thechannel, and a spring member'sef
the bottom sash is completely raised, or«_thef'upperV`
sash' is completely lowered, onlya small portion 70 cured inthe channel and engaged in the, adjacent
of one of the parting A'stop sections is‘in contact V
with thesash.d
‘A
_
_
_-
ì
y
d
The sill I3 has a bevelled rabbet 34 andA the
`bottom rail ofthe bottom sash is rabbeted to y_con 75
groove and constantly urging Yoscillationofgr the
l section upon the fulcrum means to maintaintight
contact between the flange and,_-the¿sash vstile
engaged thereby.
‘
¿__
‘
c;
>
4. In awindow‘framefandßsasn:constructiony'a
2,412,190
5
6
stop section being formed to provide a longitudi
frame having side jambs each having a parting
stop channel formed longitudinally therein, and
sash in the frame between the jambs; a parting
nally extending fulcrum rib disposed substan
tially midway between the inner and outer edge
stop in each channel formed in two sections hav
ing end abutting relation, each parting stop sec
tion being constructed for oscillation on a center
extending lengthwise thereof to effect engage
ment between one side face of the section and an
adjacent side oi the channel, a bearing iiange
formed along the side face of each section oppo
faces and having rocking `bearing against the
' site from the fulcrum forming rib and disposed
adjacent sash stile, means within the channel
and engaging each section for eñ'ecting the oscil- f 'ï
lation thereof, and each parting stop section
being shaped to provide an outset portion adja
cent to the abutting ends oi" the sections, uponk
the outer edge face thereof and extending in a
lengthwise direction, for engagement with an
adjacent portion of the check rail of a sash when
'the sashes are in closed position.
5. A window frame and sash construction as
set forth in claim 4, wherein the said means for
effecting oscillation of each parting stop section .
outside the channel for bearing contact with the
adjacent sash stile, each parting stop section
having a groove formed in the side faceopposite
from the fulcrum forming rib and disposed Within
the channel inwardly from the rib, said groove
further opening at one side toward the bottom
of the channel, and a spring member secured
within the channel and engaged in the adjacent
groove and constantly imposing a thrust against
the engaged section tending to rock the section
upon the fulcrum rib _to maintain a tight contact
between the iiange and the sash stile engaged
thereby.
7. A structure as set forth in claim 6, wherein _
is positioned upon the bottom of the channel and
maintains the section in a position in the channel
in which the inner edge face of the section is in
spaced relation with the bottom of the channel.
said spring member comprises a portion disposed
against and secured tothe bottom surface of the
including a frame having side jambs each having
a parting stop channel formed longitudinally
therein and sash in the frame between the jambs;
a parting stop strip in each channel and divided
into two sections having end abutting relation, 30
each section being disposed adjacent to a vertical
stile of one sash, one side face of each parting
having a second terminal part directed across the
channel and a free portion having a part directed
outwardly from the bottom of the channel and
6. In a window frame and sash construction 25
channel’for engagement in the adjacent-groove,
whereby the engaged portion is yieldingly'held
against movement into and toward the bottom ,
of the channel.
HARRY G. wor/LACK.
Документ
Категория
Без категории
Просмотров
0
Размер файла
561 Кб
Теги
1/--страниц
Пожаловаться на содержимое документа