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Dec. 23, 1941. ' ' w. w. SCHUBERT ' 2,267,223 STORM WINDOW STRUCTURE Filed Feb. 20, 1940 2 Sheets—$heet 1 -/4 8 96 \ _ % ' ‘ , ' / l/ENTOB. ._ ATTORNEY. ‘ Dec. 23, 1941. 2,267,223 W. W. SCHUBERT STORM WINDOW ‘STRUCTURE Filed Feb. 20, 1940 BY 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 M714 _ ATTOB NEV Patented Dec. 23, 1941 ' 2,267,223 ‘STATES PATENT OFFICE ; UNH' 2,267,223 ‘ ' s'ronm wnmow srnucrnna Application William February W. Schubert, 20, 1940,Chicago, Serial No. 319,928 10111111]. (c1. 20-55) This invention relates to storm window struc tures for inside use, and the main object is to provide a metal combination storm window and screen assembly for inside installation and for winter and summer use. Another object is to provide a structure of the kind referred to in a ' - forcing into the channels ‘la of the rubber linings 1, thus providing tight Joints all around the frame 9. The inner margins of the upper and lower openings of the frame 9, are rolled out towards the frame 5, as shown at ill to form channels Ilia for receiving rubber beads or seal- ‘ ing strips 1 i. The free margins or edges of the rolls III are turned back again towards the plane a metal frame adapted to ?t within the window of. the frame 9', that is to say towards the com frame, from which the inside stops, beading or strips have been removed and replaced by spe 10 mon plane of the strips or webs 9a, 9b, 9c, but ' fall so far short of this plane as to provide cial strips for engaging a sponge rubber beading a slight space i8, permitting the insertion of to contact the frame, the frame being divided into glass panes l2 within the openings of_ the frame, ' upper and lower sections by a parting strip, and in the plane of thestrips 9a, 9b, 9c, with the a pair of specially constructed metal sash mount ed in the frame with the panes thereof also 15 panes having abearing back against the sealing beads II. The panes being thus mounted,- metal rubber-sealed at their margins. facing strips i3 are mounted around the margins With the foregoing objects in- view a pre of the frame openings, the same overlapping the ferred embodiment of the invention is shown in upper glass pane and being secured in place the accompanying drawings, wherein: Figure l is an inside elevation of the assem 20 by means of short set-screws l4 passedv through the strips into the webs of the frame 9. Thus bly constituting the elements of the invention, as mounted within a conventional window frame. _ an absolutely tight closure is provided at the inner side of the window, and the inclosed inner Figure 2 is a cross-section on the line 2-2 of air space between the regular window and this Figure l. ‘ ' storm window or assembly, provides effectual in-v ' Figure 3 is ‘an enlarged sectional detail of the simple, compact and efficient form, comprising base parts of the assembly. sulation against outer temperature changes. ‘ Figure 4 is an enlarged detail showing a meth od of anchoring, the assembly within the window If desired the lower pane of glass It may be set in a separate frame ill, and this frame then hinged at IE to the main frame 8, whereby the The frame and sash combination comprising 80 hinged frame may be opened as desired for ven tilation, or for summer use. Or for summer use the subject matter of the invention, is designed a screen (not shown) may be substitutedin' the for application to a conventional window A hav frame. > . frame I5. ' ' , ~ ing a frame 13 and including the inside facins The frame 8 may be locked within the window strips C,‘ from which the usual inner beading or stop-strips (not here shown) have been removed. 85 frame by means of lugs il secured to the win dow frame. The invention comprises a special stop-frame From the foregoing description the construc It made of wood or metal strips and being on a tion and use of the invention will be readily cross-section of the form of“ an inverted L, with understood, and while I have here shown and webs 5a. and 5b de?ning a right-angled notch or groove 6. This frame is permanently mounted 40 described certain structural features of the in vention, the same may be changed or modified within the facing strips C of the window frame, within the scope of the claim. - in place of the removed stop strips. The frame I claim: _ 5 is constructed with the angular groove 0 fac In. a structure of the kind described, a re ing inwardly, or towards the inner side of the window as shown, and channelled beading or 45 movable storm-frame for ?xed positioning inside a window-frame inwardly of a stop-frame, the lining ‘I of soft rubber or the like, is seated along within the groove 8 all around the frame I.‘ rails of the storm-frame‘ being right-angled in cross section. with one web of each rail having an‘ inner metal storm frame I is then pro vided, adapted to ?t within the'facing strips C, ' a free edgedirected centrally in'the plane of the ‘ 'at the inner side of the window frame. This 60 window and lyingin a common plane and the frame includes side‘strips 0a, a top strip 8b, a bottom strip 90 and a medial cross strip Id. ‘All of the outer or marginal strips comprising the frame are angular or L shaped in cross-section and include webs 0e extended perpendicularly 55 towards the groove 0 of the frame I. themargins of these webs being rolled to form beads If for margins thereof rolled openly and semi-circular ly to receive a sealing bead, and with the margins of the other outwardly directed web of each rail rolled for contact with an outwardly mounted stop-frame. - ~' WILLIAM W. SCHUBERT.