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Feb. 19, 1952
E. D. LAVE
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2,586,672 '
COMBINATION SASH HOLDER AND WEATHER SEAL
Filed May 27, 1949
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Patented Feb. 19, 1952
2,586,672
UNITED ‘STATES PATENT OFFICE
COIWBINATIQN‘SASH HOLDER»
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WEATHER TSEAL ‘
' Edward D.‘ Lave, Chicago, Ill.
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ApplicationMay 27, 1949, Serial message. 1
2‘Cl'aims. (0!..20-69) ;
The present invention relates to friction-type
sash holders for vertically liftable and lowerable
double-hung window sashes and hasmore par
narily, I employ‘ twosof :the attachments which
are‘ represented in the-drawings, but I am show
ing only one for simpli?cation. As a matter of
ticular reference to .a sash holder which .also.
fact, the description of both devices vwould be
functions as a weather seal.
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More speci?cally, the invention relates .toa
the: same,;and a "description ofv one will suffice
for both. To this end, the principal attachment
is denoted. by the numeral I0 and this is formed
one for attachment to the sash and the other for
from a strip of spring steel=of appropriate gauge
spring sliding contactwith the ?xedframe, said
which is bent between its longitudinal edges, as
metal strip being of a length commensurate with 10 at II, to de?ne a substantially _V—shaped mem
the sash rail to which it is attached and said
ber embodying a relatively narrow attaching
?anges being so constructed and sufficiently
?ange I2 and a wider friction and retention
spring metal strip having complemental ?anges,
spaced as to accommodate a complementalfelt
?ange l3. The attaching w?ange I2 is provided
?ller which, combined with thestripbprovides
with screw holesto accommodate wood screws I4
the combination friction-binding sash holderand 15 and said ?angeis 'fastened'to» the rail 9 so» that
weather seal.
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the bend I5 is slightly inward of the surface 8.
In carrying out the principles of the invention,
The ?ange I2 is approximately one-half, more
I takea strip of spring metal of appropriate re
siliency, gauge and strength which is bent longi
tudinally between its longitudinal edges to-de?ne
or less, in width compared to the :crossesection-of
the rails ‘I. The ?ange I3, which is of the de
sired retentive- resiliency-thought to be approxi
mately equal to the cross-section of the sash
rail 1, as shown in the-drawings. This ?ange,
the stated ?anges, the attaching‘ flange 'being
relatively narrow and the friction retention and
holding ?ange being 'of a width corresponding to
the cross-section of the sash rail, thefelt'i?lle‘r
being properly cut and having a portion ?tting
between the stated ?anges, said‘ portionv being
compressed when the ?anges are together ‘to‘add
to the desired sealing. properties ofthe overall
device.
Qther objects and advantages will become more
sometimes referred toas-a friction shoe, is, like
the ?ange I2, of a length commensurate with
the length of the rail 1. Said flange I3 has
screw holes therein. at [5. These holes or open
ings are primarily adaptedtopermit the screws
to be inserted, by the user's :?ngers, therethrough
and then into the screw holesinto the ?ange I2.
Said holes I5 give-access of a screwdriver to the
readily apparent from the following description
and the accompanying illustrative drawings.
In the accompanyingsheet of drawings:
screws I 4 to allow same to ‘be driven in.
The attachment
Figure 1 is a fragmentary perspective view of
a conventional slidable window sash equipped :
I0 characterized ‘by the
?anges I2 and I3 serves-asa sash holder. That
is to say, the ?ange I 3 is possessed of inherent
resiliency and springs ,out against the coacting
with the attachment means constituting the sub
surface ofthe channelway I6 in thewindow
ject matter of my invention.
frame IT, as shown toadvantagein Fig. .2.
Figure 2 is a fragmentary horizontal section
To add tothe utility ofv thev device and to
showing. the sash in its frame and illustrating
give it the. double-function. of a sash holding
the v‘manner in which the invention functions- in 40 shoe and. weather strip or weather seal com
relation to the sash and ‘frame.
bined, I provide a filler .of. felt or equivalent
Figure 3 is a view like Fig. :in fragmentary
packing material which is denotedby the numeral
horizontal section which .may'be'said tobetaken
I8. This?ller?has a ‘relatively thick portion
on-the- approximate line,3--3 of Fig. 1, looking
which is gluedor otherwise fastened to the sash
rail .1, as-shown in. Fig. 3...- It has a narrower
Referring now to the drawings by distinguish
tapering adapter .-or insert. I9 which is ?tted in
ing reference numerals, the window sash, a slid
between ‘the ?xed andmovable ?anges I2 and
ing type, which is a common type, is denoted by
I3. When; the ?angel3. is in friction-retaining
the numeral 5 and includesa glass panel yon-win
position, as shown in Fig. 2, the felt material is
dow 6 mounted in a surrounding woodenaor 50 compressed ?rmly-betweenthe two ?anges and
equivalent frame. Usually, my devices are at
this adds to the effective “sealing” properties of
tached to the vertical rails of the ‘sash frame, that
the felt ?ller. It will be noted that the portion
is, the rails which may be identi?ed at 'I in the
of the felt ?ller which is secured in place is
drawings. The outside surface of the sash is
directly attached to the wooden rail 1 in order
in the direction of the arrows.
denoted at 8 and the inside surface at vv9. Ordi
55
to provide a weather-tight joint between itself,
2,586,672
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l8, the rail 1 and the screw-attached ?ange I2.
a cross-section substantially equal to the cross
The overall invention or attachment comprises
two main parts, a ?ller of felt or equivalent
section of said one rail and substantially cor
responding in width to the cross-sectional width
of said friction ?ange and reduced in thickness
stock, and a bent metal strip constituting the
attachment proper, the part denoted by the
numeral (0. More speci?cally, novelty is pred
to provide a wedge-shaped adapter, the latter
overlying said attaching ?ange and thus pro
jecting snugly into and ?lling the crotch of said
V-shaped member, the inner longitudinal edge
portion of said strip of felt projecting beyond the
corresponding inner longitudinal edge of said
icated upon the narrow and wide ?anges I2 and
13, the ?ange [3 being} a heavy, springy element
suf?cient to provide the friction-retention re
sults wanted. In addition, the felt strip coacts
intimately with the ?ange l2 and the rail 1
and, by having the tapered insert 19, is com
pressed nicely between the two ?anges l2 and
attaching ?ange and being superimposed against
and glued to the coacting edge surface of said
one rail, said inner longitudinal edge being ?ush
with the inwardly facing ?at surface of said
15 one rail, said friction ?ange being normally
weather seal is had.
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Although the drawings show the attachment
sprung, through the medium of its inherent resil
I3. Thus, an effective two-way sash holder and
ient properties into spaced divergent relation
ship with the coacting surface of said felt strip
applicable directly to the window sash, it is
obvious that such attachments may also be used
by connecting one to the top member of the
window frame (not shown) and another to the
window frame sill (not shown). As a matter
of fact, I contemplate using the invention even
between the meeting rails of upper and lower
sliding sashes. Primarily, however, I am in
and being adapted, when in use, to be forcibly
pressed into ?rm direct contact with said coacting
surface, whereby said felt strip shall be clamped
between said one rail and said ?anges.
2. A sash frame attachment of the class shown
‘comprising an elongated weather strip of general
terested in the simple adaptation illustrated in
the drawings.
By way of summation, it is to be pointed out
that the principal novelty in‘ the invention at
hand is predicated on a metal weather strip
V-shaped form embodying a relatively narrow
attaching and anchoring ?ange adapted to be
secured to an edge of one of the vertical rails
of a sash frame and a correspondingly elongated
but wider resilient ?ange opposed to the attach~
which is of general V-shaped form in cross sec
tion with the narrower ?ange providing the at
taching and anchoring ?ange and the wider one
ing ?ange and diverging therefrom and con
stituting a friction shoe, and a felt ?ller of a
providing the resilient friction shoe, in conjunc
tion with a strip of complemental felt which
is interposed between the ?anges, is of a width
corresponding to the wider ?ange and has one
of its longitudinal edge portions seated in the
crotch formed by the bend at the longitudinal
center of the metal strip.
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In view of the foregoing description taken in
conjunction with the accompanying drawings, it
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length corresponding to the lengths of said
?anges, said ?ller being of a width approxi
mately the same as the width of the friction shoe
and having a relatively thick longitudinal edge
portion which is adapted to be glued or fastened to
the stated rail and having a thinner wedge-shaped
adapter portion ?tting into the crotch of the V
shaped weather strip and interposed between the
stated ?anges, said V-shaped weather strip and
felt filler when combined therewith providing
is believed that a clear understanding of the de
a unit which is substantially of a cross-section
vice will be quite apparent to those skilled in
corresponding approximately to the cross-sec
this art. A more detailed description is accord
tion of the sash rail on which the unit is adapted
ingly deemed unnecessary.
45 to be"'mounted, and the relatively thick longi
It is to be understood, however, that even
tudinal‘edge portion of said ?ller being ?ush
though there is herein shown and described a
with the corresponding free edge portion of said
preferred embodiment of the invention, the same
wider ?ange when the latter is forcibly pressed
is susceptible to certain changes fully compre
into contact with said ?ller.
hended by the spirit of the invention as herein 50
described and within the scope of the appended
EDWARD D, LAVE.
claims.
REFERENCES CITED
Having described the invention, what is claimed
as new is:
The following references are of record in the
1. In a structure of the class described, in 55 ?le of this patent:
combination, a conventional-type slidable win
dow sash including a sash frame and a win
UNITED STATES PATENTS
dow panel, a metal strip of a length correspond
‘Number
Name
Date
ing to the length of one of the vertical rails
399,414
Jones ____________ __ Mar. 12, 1889
of the sash frame, said strip being bent inter 60
435,841
Jones ____________ __ Sept. 2, 1890
mediate its respective longitudinal edges to pro
vide a member of V-shaped cross-section em
bodying an attaching ?ange and a complemental
friction ?ange, said friction ?ange being resil
ient, constituting a retention shoe and being of
a width substantially equal to the cross-sectional
thickness of said one vertical rail, said ?anges
being provided with coacting screw holes, said
attaching ?ange being narrower than the fric
tion ?ange, and a strip of compressible felt of
_
530,660
769,626
984,232
Schairer _________ __ Dec. 11, 1894
Peace ____________ __ Sept. 6, 1904
Monroe __________ __ Feb. 14, 1911
1,052,576
Fauner __l _______ __ Feb. 11, 1913
Number
211,412
384,238
FOREIGN PATENTS
Country
Date
Switzerland ______ __ Nov. 18, 1940
Great Britain _____ __ Dec. 1, 1932
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