AU2015202997B2 - Window for a building - Google Patents

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AU2015202997B2
AU2015202997B2 AU2015202997A AU2015202997A AU2015202997B2 AU 2015202997 B2 AU2015202997 B2 AU 2015202997B2 AU 2015202997 A AU2015202997 A AU 2015202997A AU 2015202997 A AU2015202997 A AU 2015202997A AU 2015202997 B2 AU2015202997 B2 AU 2015202997B2
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: \tId\Interwovn\NRPortbl\DCC\TLD\7730265_l doc-28/04/2015 - 15 A window for a building, including a frame for fitting into an opening of a building; a top 5 sash and a bottom sash each being coupled between left and right jambs of the frame; a first pair of lugs extending from opposed right and left sides of a top end of the bottom sash; and a second pair of lugs extending from opposed right and left sides of a bottom end of the bottom sash, wherein the first pair of lugs are positioned to travel along respective top tracks formed in the left and right jambs of the frame as the bottom sash moves from a 10 closed position towards an open position, and the second pair of lugs are positioned to travel along respective bottom tracks formed in the left and right jambs of the frame as the bottom sash moves from a closed position towards an open position. 14c 2/9 52a 56 52b 14b 14a 40a 34a 16 500a 28b 504a 28 22 38a 28a 504b 502a 58a 36a 50b 50 24b 60a 26a 58b 604a 26b 502b 500b 38b 44a 600a 604b 602a 42a 32 22 30b 602b 4b0 442b 14d

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WINDOW FOR A BUILDING
Technical field ofthe invention [0001] The present invention relates to a window for a building.
Background of the invention [0002] Single and double hung windows have been used for buildings for a long time. Many different types and configurations exist. However, existing double and single hung windows may not flush close to single plane. Further, existing double and single hung windows may not have compression sealing.
[0003] It is generally desirable to overcome or ameliorate one or more of the above mentioned difficulties, or at least provide a useful alternative.
Summary of the invention [0004] In accordance with the invention, there is provided a window for a building, including:
(a) a frame for fitting into an opening of a building;
(b) a top sash and a bottom sash each being coupled between left and right jambs of the frame;
(c) a first pair of lugs extending from opposed right and left sides of a top end of the bottom sash; and (d) a second pair of lugs extending from opposed right and left sides of a bottom end of the bottom sash, wherein the first pair of lugs are positioned to travel along respective top tracks formed in the left and right jambs of the frame as the bottom sash moves from a closed position towards an open position, wherein, the top tracks include first sections and second sections, wherein, the first sections are in the form of a pair of left and right inserts for location in respective mid sections of the jambs of the frame, the left and right inserts respectively including mirrored left and right tracks, each track being shaped to at least partially receive a lug and extending from an upper section of the bottom sash, wherein the left and right tracks extend from terminal positions located on left and right sides of respective inserts towards exit points located on opposite right and left sides of
-22015202997 27 Nov 2019 respective inserts such that the tracks laterally displace the top end of the bottom sash as the first pair of lugs travel therealong, wherein the second sections of the top tracks vertically displace the top end of the bottom sash as the first pair of lugs travel therealong, and the second pair of lugs are positioned to travel along respective bottom tracks formed in the left and right jambs of the frame as the bottom sash moves from a closed position towards an open position.
[0005] Preferably, first sections of the top tracks laterally displace a top end of the bottom sash as the first pair of lugs travel therealong. Second sections of the top tracks vertically displace a top end of the bottom sash as the first pair of lugs travel therealong. First sections of the bottom tracks laterally displace a bottom end of the bottom sash as the second pair of lugs travel therealong. Second sections of the bottom tracks vertically displace a bottom end of the bottom sash as the second pair of lugs travel therealong.
[0006] Preferably, an inner edge of the top section of the bottom sash is superior to an outer edge of the top section of the bottom sash. An inner edge of a bottom section of the top sash is inferior to an outer edge of the bottom section of the top sash. Weight of the bottom sash creates a force in a direction defined by a direction of extent of the first sections of the bottom tracks. The force causes the top section of the bottom sash to flush close against the bottom section of the top sash. The top sash and the bottom sash flush close to single plane.
[0007] Preferably, the window includes:
(a) a first pair of lugs extending from opposed right and left sides of a top end of the top sash; and (b) a second pair of lugs extending from opposed right and left sides of a bottom end of the top sash;
wherein the first pair of lugs are positioned to travel along respective sections of additional tracks formed in the left and right jambs of the frame as the top sash moves from a closed position towards an open position, and the second pair of lugs are positioned to travel along respective sections of the additional tracks as the top sash moves from a closed position towards an open position.
[0008] In accordance with the invention, there is also provided a pair of left and right inserts for location in respective mid sections of jambs of a frame of a window, the left and right inserts
-32015202997 27 Nov 2019 respectively including mirrored left and right tracks, each being shaped to at least partially receive a lug extending from an upper section of a bottom sash of the window, wherein the left and right tracks extend from terminal positions located on left and right sides of respective inserts towards exit points located on opposite right and left sides of respective inserts.
[0009] In accordance with the invention, there is also provided a pair of left and right inserts for location in respective lower sections of jambs of a frame of a window, the left and right inserts respectively including mirrored left and right tracks, each being shaped to at least partially receive a lug extending from a lower section of a bottom sash of the window, wherein the left and right tracks extend from inferior terminal positions located on left and right sides of respective inserts towards superior exit points located on opposite right and left sides of respective inserts.
Brief description of the drawings [0010] Preferred embodiments of the present invention are hereafter described, by way of nonlimiting example only, with reference to the accompanying drawing in which:
[0011] Figure 1 is an inside view of a window;
[0012] Figure 2 is an exploded outside perspective view of the window shown in Figure 1;
[0013] Figures 3a to 3d are section views along the line A-A of the window shown in Figure
1, each showing the window arranged in different condition of use;
[0014] Figure 4 is an inside view of the window shown in Figure 1 with the top and bottom sashes removed;
[0015] Figure 5 is a section view along the line B-B of the window shown in Figure 4;
[0016] Figures 6a and 6b are plan views of routers of the window shown in Figure 1 arranged in different conditions of use;
[0017] Figures 6c and 6d are side views showing the router shown in Figures 6a and 6b passing along a first section of a bottom track of the window shown in Figure 1;
-42015202997 27 Nov 2019 [0018] Figures 7a and 7b show alternative first sections of the bottom track of the window shown in Figure 1; and [0019] Figures 8a and 8b show hardware of the window shown in Figure 1.
Detailed description of preferred embodiments of the invention [0020] The window 10 shown in Figures 1 and 2 is suitable for fitting to houses (not shown) and any other type of building. The window 10 includes a frame 12 for fitting into an opening (not shown) of a building. The frame 12 includes left and right jambs 14a, 14b respectively separated at the top and bottom by a head 14c and a sill 14c. The window includes a top sash 16 and a bottom sash 18 each being coupled between left and right jambs 14a, 14b of the frame 12. Each sash 16, 18 includes a pane of glass 20 supported in a frame 22. Alternatively, one or both of the sashes 16, 18 could include a pane of plastic, Perspex™ , metal panel or other suitable material.
[0021] The window 10 is preferably double hung. Alternatively, the window 10 is single hung whereby the top sash 16 is fixed and the bottom sash 18 is free to move between open and closed positions.
[0022] The window 10 also includes a first pair of lugs 24a, 24b extending from opposed left and right sides 26a, 26b of a top end 28 of the bottom sash 16. The window 10 also includes second pair of lugs 30a, 30b extending from the opposed right and left sides 26a, 26b of a bottom end 32 of the bottom sash 18. The first pair of lugs 24a, 24b are positioned to travel along respective top tracks 34a, 34b formed in the left and right jambs 14a, 14b of the frame 12 as the bottom sash 18 moves from the closed position towards the open position, in the manner shown in Figures 3a to 3d, and the second pair of lugs 30a, 30b are positioned to travel along respective bottom tracks 36a, 36b formed in the left and right jambs 14a, 14b of the frame 12 as the bottom sash 18 moves from the closed position towards the open position.
[0023] First sections 38a, 38b of the top tracks 34a, 34b laterally displace a top end 28 of the bottom sash 18 as the first pair of lugs 24a, 24b travel therealong. Second sections 40a, 30 40b of the top tracks 34a, 34b vertically displace a top 28 end of the bottom sash 18 as the first pair of lugs 24a, 24b travel therealong. The first sections 38a, 38b laterally displace the top end 28 of the bottom sash 18 by a distance G which is, for example, 5 centimetres. Of course, the distance G could be any other suitable distance.
-52015202997 27 Nov 2019 [0024] First sections 42a, 42b of the bottom tracks 36a, 36b laterally displace a bottom end 32 of the bottom sash 18 as the second pair of lugs 30a, 30b travel therealong. Second sections 44a, 44b of the bottom tracks 36a, 36b vertically displace a bottom end 32 of the bottom sash 18 as the second pair of lugs 30a, 30b travel therealong.
[0025] As shown, the second sections 40a, 40b, 44a, 44b of the top 34a, 34b and bottom 36a, 36b tracks are parallel. Further, second sections 40a, 44a of the top 34a and bottom 36a tracks of the left jamb 14a are collinear and second sections 40b, 44b of the top 34b and bottom 36b tracks of the right jamb 14b are collinear.
[0026] As particularly shown in Figure 5, first sections 38a, 38b of the top tracks 34a, 34b are generally perpendicular to respective second sections 40a, 40b of the top tracks 34a, 34b. First sections 42a, 42b of the bottom tracks 36a, 36b extend between 30 degrees and 60 degrees to respective second sections 44a, 44b of the bottom tracks 36a, 36b.
[0027] As particularly shown in Figure 6a to 6d, the second pair of lugs 30a, 30b include coupled thereto routing blocks 46 adapted to retard movement of the lugs 30a, 30b along respective bottom tracks 36a, 36b. The routing blocks 46 are Schlegel routing blocks. As sliding block 46 turns through profile the internal lock springs 48 will engage.
[0028] In an alternative embodiment, the spring from the Schlegel block is removed.
[0029] The Schlegel system assists in allowing the sash 18 to be removed, for example. Each sash 16, 18 has four points. The bottom two point/lugs are located in the blocks 46. The top two can be disengaged from the jambs. This allows the sash 18 to rotate toward the user allowing the lugs to rotate and engage the lock springs in the block. The sash 18 can be lifted off the blocks and removed. As the blocks are locked in position, the relocation of the sash 18 is a simple reversal of this operation. This can only be done in a vertical axis.
[0030] As particularly shown in Figure 3a, a bottom section 50 of the top sash 16 overlies and abuts the top section 28 of the bottom sash 18 when arranged in a closed position. An inner edge 28a of the top section 28 of the bottom sash 18 is superior to an outer edge 28b of the top section 28 of the bottom sash 18. As shown, the bottom end section 50 of the top sash 16 has a complementary shape. To this end, an inner edge 50a of the bottom section 50 of the top sash 16 is inferior to an outer edge 50b of the bottom section 50 of the top sash 16. The angled face
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-6of the top end section 28 of the bottom sash 18 inhibits ingress of dust and moisture into the building through the window.
[0031] Weight of the bottom sash 18 creates a force in a direction D defined by a direction of extent of the first sections 42a, 42b of the bottom tracks 36a, 36b. The force causes the top section 28 of the bottom sash 18 to flush close against the bottom section 50 of the top sash 16. The top sash 16 and the bottom sash 18 flush close to single plane.
[0032] The window 10 also includes a first pair of lugs 52a, 52b extending from opposed left and right sides 54a, 54b of a top end 56 of the top sash 16; and a second pair of lugs 58a, 58b extending from opposed right and left sides 54a, 54b of the bottom end 50 of the top sash 16. The first and second pair of lugs 52a, 52b, 58a, 58b are positioned to travel along respective sections of additional tracks 60a, 60b formed in the left and right jambs 14a, 14b of the frame 12 as the top sash 16 moves from the closed position shown in Figure 3a towards an open position shown in Figure 3d.
[0033] As shown in Figures 3a to 3d, the top sash 16 is adapted to move from the closed position to an open position after the bottom sash 18 has moved from the closed position towards the open position. The top sash 16 and the bottom sash 18 are coplanar when arranged in the closed position.
[0034] The window 10 has a unique close action. To this end, as shown in Figure 3a, the window 10 has a flush close to single plane. The window 10 also has a compression sealing on meeting tracks 34a, 34b, 36a, 36b. The window 10 has continuous face sealing.
[0035] Alternative configurations for the first sections 42a, 42b of the bottom tracks 36a, 36b are shown in Figures 7a and 7b.
[0036] The window 10 also includes integral sash locks and sash release hardware 62 arranged in the manner shown in Figures 8a and 8b. The hardware 62 is arranged to move laterally with respect to the jambs 14a, 14b so as to retract or insert the lugs 24a, 24b from or into respective tracks 34a, 34b. The hardware 62 preferably includes a spring bias so that the lugs 24a, 24b are resiliently located in the tracks 34a, 34b.
[0037] The first sections 38a, 38b of the top tracks 34a, 34b and the first sections 42a, 42b of the bottom tacks 36a, 36b are preferably formed separately to the respective jambs 14a, 14b
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-7and can be swapped and interchanged for maintenance and/or to provide different closing patterns. In such an arrangement, the first sections 38a, 38b of the top tracks form a pair of left and right inserts for location in respective mid sections of jambs 14a, 14b of the frame 12. As particularly shown in Figure 2, the left and right inserts 38a, 38b respectively include mirrored left and right tracks 500a, 500b, each being shaped to at least partially receive a lug 24a, 24b extending from an upper section 28 of the bottom sash 18. The left and right tracks 500a, 500b extend from terminal positions 502a, 502b located on left and right sides of respective inserts 38a, 38b towards exit points 504a, 504b located on opposite right and left sides of respective inserts 38a, 38b.
[0038] The tracks 500a, 500b laterally displace the upper section 28 of the bottom sash 18 of the window 10 as the lugs 24a, 24b travel from the terminal positions 502a, 502b towards the exit points 504a, 504b. As shown, the tracks 500a, 500b include lateral sections and vertical sections. However, any other suitable combination of tracks 500a, 500b can be used to laterally displace the upper section 28 bottom sash 18.
[0039] The bottom sash 18 is coplanar with the corresponding upper sash 16 when the lugs 24a, 24b are seated in the terminal positions 502a, 502b.
[0040] In the above described arrangement, the first sections 42a, 42b of the bottom tracks 36a, 36b form a pair of left and right inserts 42a, 42b shaped for location in respective lower sections of jambs 14a, 14b of the frame 12. The left and right inserts 42a, 42b respectively include mirrored left and right tracks 600a, 600b, each being shaped to at least partially receive a lug 30a, 30b extending from a lower section 32 ofthe bottom sash 18. The left and right tracks 600a, 600b extend from inferior terminal positions 602a, 602b located on left and right sides of respective inserts 42a, 42b towards superior exit points 604a, 604b located on opposite right and left sides of respective inserts 42a, 42b.
[0041] The tracks 600a, 600b laterally displace the lower section 32 ofthe bottom sash 18 as the lugs 30a, 30b travel from the terminal positions 602a, 603b towards the exit points 604a, 604b. The tracks 600a, 600b include diagonal sections and vertical sections.
[0042] The bottom sash 18 is coplanar with a corresponding upper sash when the lugs 30a, 30b are seated in the terminal positions 602a, 602b.
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-8[0043] Many modifications will be apparent to those skilled in the art without departing from the scope of the present invention.
[0044] Throughout this specification, unless the context requires otherwise, the word comprise, and variations such as comprises and comprising, will be understood to imply the inclusion of a stated integer or step or group of integers or steps but not the exclusion of any other integer or step or group of integers or steps.
[0045] The reference to any prior art in this specification is not, and should not be taken as, an acknowledgment or any form of suggestion that the prior art forms part of the common general knowledge in Australia.
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List of parts
10 Window
12 Frame
14a, 14b Left and right jambs of the frame
14c Head
14d Sill
16 Top sash
18 Bottom sash
20 Pane of glass
22 Frame for sash
24a,24b First pair of lugs
26a,26b Left and right sides of the bottom sash
28 Top end of bottom sash
28a Internal edge of top end section of the bottom sash
28b External edge of top end section of the bottom sash
30a,30b Second pair of lugs
32 Bottom end of bottom sash
34a,34b Top tracks
36a,36b Bottom tracks
38a, 38b First sections of top tracks
40a,40b Second sections of top tracks
42a,42b First sections of bottom tracks
44a,44b Second sections of bottom tracks
46 Routing block
48 Spring
50 Bottom end section of top sash
50a Internal edge of bottom end section of the top sash
50b External edge of bottom end section of the top sash
52a, 52b First pair of lugs
54a,54b Left and right sides of the top sash
56 Top end of the top sash
58a, 58b Second pair of lugs
60a,60b Additional tracks
62 Hardware
500a, 500b left and right inserts
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502a, 502b Terminal positions
504a, 504b Exit points
600a, 600b left and right inserts
602a, 602b Terminal positions
604a, 604b Exit points

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1. A window for a building, including:
(a) a frame for fitting into an opening of a building;
(b) a top sash and a bottom sash each being coupled between left and right jambs of the frame;
(c) a first pair of lugs extending from opposed right and left sides of a top end of the bottom sash; and (d) a second pair of lugs extending from opposed right and left sides of a bottom end of the bottom sash, wherein, the first pair of lugs are positioned to travel along respective top tracks formed in the left and right jambs of the frame as the bottom sash moves from a closed position towards an open position wherein, the top tracks include first sections and second sections, wherein, the first sections are in the form of a pair of left and right inserts for location in respective mid sections of the jambs of the frame, the left and right inserts respectively including mirrored left and right tracks, each track being shaped to at least partially receive a lug and extending from an upper section of the bottom sash, wherein the left and right tracks extend from terminal positions located on left and right sides of respective inserts towards exit points located on opposite right and left sides of respective inserts such that the tracks laterally displace the top end of the bottom sash as the first pair of lugs travel therealong, wherein the second sections of the top tracks vertically displace the top end of the bottom sash as the first pair of lugs travel therealong, and the second pair of lugs are positioned to travel along respective bottom tracks formed in the left and right jambs of the frame as the bottom sash moves from a closed position towards an open position.
2. The window claimed in claim 1, wherein first sections of the bottom tracks laterally displace a bottom end of the bottom sash as the second pair of lugs travel therealong.
3. The window claimed in claim 2, wherein the first sections of the bottom tracks are in the form of a pair of left and right inserts for location in respective lower sections of the jambs of the frame.
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4. The window claimed in claim 2 or claim 3, wherein second sections of the bottom tracks vertically displace a bottom end of the bottom sash as the second pair of lugs travel therealong.
5. The window claimed in claim 4, wherein second sections of the top and bottom tracks of the left jamb are collinear and second sections of the top and bottom tracks of the right jamb are collinear.
6. The window claimed in any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein first sections of the top tracks are generally perpendicular to respective second sections of the top tracks.
7. The window claimed in any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein first sections of the bottom tracks extend between 30 and 60 degrees to respective second sections of the bottom tracks.
8. The window claimed in any one of claims 1 to 7, wherein the second pair of lugs include coupled thereto routing blocks adapted to retard movement of the lugs along respective bottom tracks.
9. The window claimed in any one of claims 1 to 8, wherein a bottom section of the top sash overlies and abuts a top section of the bottom sash when arranged in a closed position.
10. The window claimed in any one of claims 1 to 9, wherein an inner edge of the top section of the bottom sash is superior to an outer edge of the top section of the bottom sash.
11. The window claimed in claim 10, wherein an inner edge of a bottom section of the top sash is superior to an outer edge of the bottom section of the top sash.
12. The window claimed claim 11, wherein weight of the bottom sash creates a force in a direction defined by a direction of extent of the first sections of the bottom tracks.
13. The window claimed in claim 12, wherein said force causes the top section of the bottom sash to flush close against the bottom section of the top sash.
14. The window claimed in any one of claims 1 to 13, wherein the top sash and the bottom sash flush close to single plane.
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15. The window claimed in any one of claims 1 to 14, including:
(a) a first pair of lugs extending from opposed right and left sides of a top end of the top sash; and (b) a second pair of lugs extending from opposed right and left sides of a bottom end of the top sash;
wherein the first pair of lugs are positioned to travel along respective sections of additional tracks formed in the left and right jambs of the frame as the top sash moves from a closed position towards an open position, and the second pair of lugs are positioned to travel along respective sections of the additional tracks as the top sash moves from a closed position towards an open position.
16. The window claimed in claim 15, wherein the top sash is adapted to move from the closed position to an open position after the bottom sash has moved from the closed position towards the open position.
17. A pair of left and right inserts for location in respective mid sections of jambs of a frame of a window, the left and right inserts respectively including mirrored left and right tracks, each being shaped to at least partially receive a lug extending from an upper section of a bottom sash of the window, wherein the left and right tracks extend from terminal positions located on left and right sides of respective inserts towards exit points located on opposite right and left sides of respective inserts.
18. The pair of left and right inserts claimed in claim 17, wherein the tracks laterally displace said upper section of the bottom sash of the window as the lugs travel from the terminal positions towards the exit points.
19. The pair of left and right inserts claimed in claim 18, wherein the tracks include lateral sections and vertical sections.
20. The pair of left and right inserts claimed in claim 18 or claim 19, wherein the bottom sash is coplanar with a corresponding upper sash when the lugs are seated in the terminal positions.
21. A pair of left and right inserts for location in respective lower sections of jambs of a frame of a window, the left and right inserts respectively including mirrored left and right tracks, each being shaped to at least partially receive a lug extending from a lower section of a bottom
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- 14 sash of the window, wherein the left and right tracks extend from inferior terminal positions located on left and right sides of respective inserts towards superior exit points located on opposite right and left sides of respective inserts.
22. The pair of left and right inserts claimed in claim 21, wherein the tracks laterally displace said lower section of the bottom sash of the window as the lugs travel from the terminal positions towards the exit points.
23. The pair of left and right inserts claimed in claim 22, wherein the tracks include diagonal sections and vertical sections.
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