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April 23, 1963
J. D. FULLER
3,086,258
WEATHER STRIPPING
Filed March s1, 1961
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IN VEN TOR.
J. aFuLLE/a
United States Patent
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ice
3,086,258
Patented Apr. 23, 1963
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ment between fully closed and open positions by lfriction
3,086,258
WEATHER STRII’PING
James D. Fuller, 3635 16th Ave. W., Seattle, Wash.
Filed Mar. 31, 1961, Ser. No'. 99,788
1 Claim. (Cl. 20--42)
This invention relates to weather stripping and an im
proved method of its -application about hinged window
sash and .other similarly applied closures, as -a means for
sealing the joint between the closure `and its :frame .against 10
wind and `other inclemencies of weather.
More specifically stated, the present invention pertains
to the weather stripping of wooden frames that .are litted
with easement, hopper or awning types of windows or
other similar closures mounted by foldable friction hinges. 15
In the past it has Ibeen quite diñicult to satisfactorily
weather strip windows which are equipped with those
types of foldable hinges which are gained into .the sash
and which comprise a plurality of pivotally joined links
designed to support the window sash in different positions 20
of open .adjustment and which links are adapted to fold
into side ‘by side relationship with the closing of the Win
dow; this joint sealing diiticulty being lespecially diiiicult
hinges ofthe type shown in FIG. 7.
In FIG. 4, 10 `designates the horizontal head jamb of
a wooden window frame las mounted in «a wall opening
of a Wooden building of typical construction and 1‘1
designates the corresponding top member of -a window
sash v12 that is mounted inthe frame as a closure for the
frame opening. The window of this vieW of the drawing
is, by reason of the particular manner of its hinged mount~
ing for lateral outward opening, designated -or known as
a “easement window.” The sash 12. of this view, and
also Ithose similarly designated in FIGS'. 2 and 3, is
mounted at opposite sides by hinges 15 of the kind shown
in FIG. 7; these being gained into the sash, in the manner
illustrated at 16 in FIG. 5.
The weather stripping of this invention is so applied
as to provide a tightly sealed joint between trame and
sash to the full perimeter of the sash when it is closed.
It comprises wooden strips 20 `and neoprene rubber strips
21. The Wooden strips 20 are rectangular in cross-section
and are applied entirely about the window opening except
where the folded hinge is located. They vare seated and
secured, »as best shown in FIG. 4, in the right angle corner
as formed by the frame j ambs and window stop `as applied
thereto; the strips 20 being set ilatwise against the janrbs
and all 4are formed lengthwise thereof, along their outer
when metal weather stripping is employed for that pur
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pose in association with such hinges.
In view of this above mentioned difticulty and for
corners with concave seats, as at 25, »against which .the
various other reasons, it has fbeen the principal object of
neoprene rubber strips, ‘as applied to the sash, engage in
the present invention to provide Weather stripping that is
joint sealing Contact.
formed by the use, in combination, of neoprene rubber
strips or like conformative material and lwooden strips; 30 The neoprene or rubber strips are applied to the sash
in the manner best understood by reference to FIGS. 4,
the `latter being so shaped as to seat the neoprene strips
5 and 6. Preferably these strips are of tubular forma
therein Aand are applied continuously about the sash open
tion, about 1A” in diameter and- formed to «their full
ing except where the hinges occur to coact with the
lengths along one edge with a thin projecting flange 26.
neoprene strips upon closing the Window to Iseal the joint
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The presently preferred manner [of applying the neo
between frame Vand sash -to its full perimeter including the
prene rubber strips to a sash requires the rabbeting of the
joint across the lfolded hinges so .that the usual -diñiculties
inside corner edges of the sash entirely about its periph
of Weather stripping across them are eliminated.
ery, as shown at 30; the rabbeted channel 30 being to
Further objects of the present invention reside in the
such depth and 'width as to receive the wooden strips
various details of construction of parts «and in their coact
therein as in FIG. 4 when the sash is closed. The sash
ing relationship in use, as will hereinafter be fully de
also is formed with a continuous channel 32 iiush with
scribed.
the outer Wall surface of the rabbeted channel 3l); this
In accomplishing the above mentioned .and .other ob
channel 32 being of such Width and depth as to receive
jects of this invention, I have provided the improved
the ilange 26 of the neoprene strip therein, for functional
details of strip construction, the preferred forms of which 45 securement of the strip for joint sealing. With the wo-oden
'are illustrated in the 'accompanying drawings, Iwherein:
and neoprene strips so applied, with the closing of the
FIG. l, FIG. 2 and FIG. 3, respectively, are outside
sash, the tubular neoprene strips are compressed tirmly
elevational views of a easement Window; an awning type
window and la hopper type window, each of which has its
against the concaved seats 25 as formed in the wooden
strips, and also are somewhat ‘flattened against the folded
sash pivotally mounted in its trame by a pair of fol'dable 50 links of the hinges as in FIG. 5, thus to most eiîectively
friction hinges.
and eiiiciently seal the joint entirely about the window.
FIG. 4 is an enlarged cross-sectional View, taken on
'It is preferred that the »ilanges Z6 of the neoprene strips
line 4_4 in FIG. 1.
be pressed into their channels after having a suitable
FIG. 5 is an enlarged cross-sectional View taken on
glue or adhesive applied thereto so as to prevent any pos
55 sible displacement of the neoprene strip incident to nor
line 5_5 in FIG. 1.
mal use of the window.
FIG. 6 is an enlarged cross-sectional view taken verti
IIt is to be understood that details of construction .of
cally through the sill portion of a window equipped with
the parts as used in combination herein may be altered or
an awning type sash, on line 6--6 in FIG. 3.
changed to suit special forms of parts of sash and frame
FIG. 7 is a cross-sectional detail of the sealing joint
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members to conform to certain requirements. :For ex
taken on line 7»-7 of the hopper type window ot FIG. 2,.
ample, the wooden strip 2t), as applied across and to the
FIG. 8 is a cross-sectional view of »one of »the wooden
window sill in FIG. 6 slightly ditîers from the strip as
strips used in conjunction with the neoprene rubber strips
shown in FIG. 4 but performs the same function in the
for weather stripping.
same way. It is also understood that the specific form or
FIG. 9 is a sectional detail illustrating a sash yas 65 type of hinge employed may be somewhat varied without
mounted by a friction hinge of the type previously re
departing from the spirit of the invention so long as the
ferred to -for the mounting of the sashes of the present
neoprene strip effects the same joint sealing function.
iFIG. 7 illustrates a form of wooden strip 20x that is
invention.
Referring more in detail to the drawings:
applied across the sill of the hopper type of sash to ac
FIGS. 1, Zand 3 have been sho-Wn only for explanatory 70 commodate the particular downward closing movement of
the lower rail of the sash. Note that this particular strip
purposes; to illustrate different sash mountings, and in
is formed with an upwardly projecting bead 26y and a
each of which the sash is mounted Afor swinging `adjust~
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longitudinal seat Zílz against which the strip 21 engages
as the window closes.
It is also anticipated that joint sealing strips of con~
formative material other than neoprene might be success
fully applied and secured in place by other manner of
means. However, I have found that by using 50 Shore
neoprene with tube walls 1,@2” thick a most satisfactory
seal is obtained. Neoprene rubber is an excellent insu
lating material, it does not frost and will not get hard in
a temperature of 40° below zero. Such weather stripping
is especially desirable for use in cold countries such as
Alaska.
What I claim as new is:
A window structure comprising a frame providing an
opening, a sash mounted in the said opening for adjust 15
ment between open and closed positions, stop strips ap
plied to the frame within the opening thereof against
which said sash is adapted to close; said sash being formed
entirely about its peripheral edge with a continuous rab
beted channel that receives said stop strips therein upon
the closing of the sash and which provides a peripheral
shoulder about the sash in opposed relationship to said
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stop strips, said stop strips providing hinge spaces there
in at opposite sides of the sash opening, a pair of friction
hinges gained into the sash at opposite sides thereof in
positions to be received within the open spaces in the
stop strips upon closing the sash, and a compressible strip
of conformative weather stripping material fixed to and
extending entirely about the sash in position for its coin
pression between said peripheral shoulder at the outside
and said stop strips and hinges at the inside upon the
closing of the sash thus to seal the joint entirely about the
sash.
References Cited in the file of this patent
UNITED STATES PATENTS
1,904,910
Wideman et al _________ __ Apr. 18, 1933
2,180,177
2,793,723
Ternstrom ___________ __ Nov. 14, ‘1939
Martin ______________ __ May 28, 1957
2,888,721
2,949,651
Hagerty _____________ __ June 2, 1959
Hill _________________ __ Aug. 23, 1960
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France ______________ __ Jan. 2, 1936
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