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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E06DOORS, WINDOWS, SHUTTERS, OR ROLLER BLINDS IN GENERAL; LADDERS
    • E06BFIXED OR MOVABLE CLOSURES FOR OPENINGS IN BUILDINGS, VEHICLES, FENCES OR LIKE ENCLOSURES IN GENERAL, e.g. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, GATES
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    • E06B1/04Frames for doors, windows, or the like to be fixed in openings
    • E06B1/045Frames for doors, windows, or the like to be fixed in openings with separate wing abutment strips, e.g. adjustable; Door stops
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E06DOORS, WINDOWS, SHUTTERS, OR ROLLER BLINDS IN GENERAL; LADDERS
    • E06BFIXED OR MOVABLE CLOSURES FOR OPENINGS IN BUILDINGS, VEHICLES, FENCES OR LIKE ENCLOSURES IN GENERAL, e.g. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, GATES
    • E06B1/00Border constructions of openings in walls, floors, or ceilings; Frames to be rigidly mounted in such openings
    • E06B1/04Frames for doors, windows, or the like to be fixed in openings
    • E06B1/36Frames uniquely adapted for windows
    • E06B1/366Mullions or transoms therefor
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E06DOORS, WINDOWS, SHUTTERS, OR ROLLER BLINDS IN GENERAL; LADDERS
    • E06BFIXED OR MOVABLE CLOSURES FOR OPENINGS IN BUILDINGS, VEHICLES, FENCES OR LIKE ENCLOSURES IN GENERAL, e.g. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, GATES
    • E06B3/00Window sashes, door leaves, or like elements for closing wall or like openings; Layout of fixed or moving closures, e.g. windows in wall or like openings; Features of rigidly-mounted outer frames relating to the mounting of wing frames
    • E06B3/32Arrangements of wings characterised by the manner of movement; Arrangements of movable wings in openings; Features of wings or frames relating solely to the manner of movement of the wing
    • E06B3/325Wings opening towards the outside

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May 2, 1933. c. L. PETTIT CASEMENT WINDOW AND THE LIKE 2 Sheets-Sheet l Filed July 7, 1950 mvENToR BY'QQ ATT RNEY May 2, 1933.

CASEMENT WINDOW AND THE LIKE L. PETTIT Filed July '7, 1930 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 Mfw INVENTOR Patented May 2, 1933 enantns L.

PETTIT, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.

CASEMENT 'WINDOW AND THE LIKE Application Ied July 7, 1930. Serial No. 465,926.

This invention relates to easement windows, doors and the like, and the objects of the invention primarily are to provide praetical and eicient weathering and to simplify the mounting` orp closures of this type in the wall of a building.

rThe foregoing and other desirable objects are attained in this invention by the novel features of construction, combinations and relations of parts as hereinafter described and broadly covered in the claims.

The drawings accompanying and forming part of the specification illustrate certain practical commercial forms of the invention and it will be understood that the structure may be modified and changed as regards these particular illustrations without departure from the true spirit an-d broad scope of the invention.

Fig. 1 is an inside view of a complete casement window having features of the invention incorporated therein; Figs.` 2, 3 and 4 are enlarged cross-sectional details as on substantially the plan-es of line 2-2, 3 3, and of Fig. 1; Fig. 5 is a similar view as on line 5 5 of Fig. 1, showing only the top and bottom portions of the window structure.

The window chosen for illustration, comprises the two vertically hinged sashes 6, 7,

. and the upper horizontally pivoted sash 8,

Fig. 1` all mounted in a `special frame 9 set* directly into the masonry or structure of the building wall. r

From Figs. 4 and 5, it will be seen that this mounting frame is of hollow channel Vform open around the outside to bon-d into the'wall, consisting in substance of side flanges 10, 11, connected about the inside of the frame by the portions 12, 13, offset by the intermediate shoulder 14, which Afaces outwardly of the window to form a contact stop for the sash liange.

At the lower end of 12 may be sloped as shown at the bottom in Fig. 5 to accord with the sill structure.

The frames 'for thesash 6, 7, 8. are shown as of standard cross-section consisting of a bar portion 15 with a wide outwardly extending iange 16 at the outside of the frame and a narrower outwardly extending sealing the frame, the tabley iiange 17 at'the inside of the frame. The

This will be particularly clear from Figs. 4 and 5, the first of which shows one of the outwardly offset hinges 19 attached to the outer flange 16, of one of the side sashes at 20, and to the portion 12 of the fixed frame at 21; the second of these views showing at the top, one of the hinges 22 for the upper swinging sash, connected like the other hinges to the outer flanges 16 of the sash at 23 and tothe outer portion 'of the fixed frame 12 at 24.

The uppercross-bar of the frame, indicated generally at 25 and shown in detail in Fig.,2, is constructed in general like the body of the frame, that is at the top with a sill portion 12a, and aftable by sto-p shoulder 14a substantially parallel portions 12?), 13b connected by shoulder 145; similarly as regards the upright intermediate bar 26 of the frame, this having the portions 120, 130, connected by the shoulders providing stops for the outer sash flanges 16.

rlhe frame and sash sections are usually of rolled, pressed, drawn, or extruded material and so in the final form have somewhat portion 13a connected and at the bottom with roughened surfaces, preventing air or weather tight vcontact at metal-to-metal oints, such as between sash lianges 16 and the frame shoulders 14.

feather tight and .dust excluding betweensash and mounting frame areprovided in the present invention byv a'weathering or stop frame set in the mounting frame and adapted to be adjusted to bring a strip of packing material into proper sealing engagement with the sash frame. y

This adjustable weathering lis shown in each instance as a lightv frame 27, `secured to the inner portion 13 of the main frame bv lscrews 28 passing through slots 29 inthe fasi i tening flanges 30 into screw seats 31 in the main frame. These adjustable weathering frames are sho-wn as having open packing channels 3Q opening outwardly of the window and carrying strips 33 of felt or other suitable packing material in position for engagement with the packingextensions 17 of the sash frame.

To provide a greater degree of resiliency, facilitate renewal of the packing, etc., the packing strips are shown as elastically and removably held in their channels by spring sheet metal clips or ianges 3a having base portions caught beneath the hea-ds of screws 28 and having inwardly angled portions 35 holding the packing strip over in the corner of the packing groove and inclined as indicated to form a dove tail or undercut groove which locks the packing in place. If desired, the packing may be secured in place by glue, cement or other securing medium.

By placing the hinges ou the inside, the sash may be made to open inwardly, in which event, it will be understood the parts will be reversed, the weathering frame carrying the packingbeing then at the outside of the window and the sash swinging inwardly away from the same.

With this invention, employ special sub frames it is not necessary to .to provide mounting connections between window frames carrying the sash and the building structure.

The present mounting frames 9 serve both assash framing and as the equivalent of what have been known as the sub frames for bonding the window structure in the building wall. Thus, the hollow window frames 9 can be sent out from the factory either with or without the weather stops in place and be set up directly in the building walls ready to receive the hinged sash as soon as building operations have progressed far enough for the hanging of the sash. If any adjustment of the weather stops is necessary to make the packing properly meet the sash, this can be readily accomplished by loosening one or more of the screws 28 and shifting the weather frames until they properly matchlthe sash,

after which they are secured in such adjusted relation in the main frame. If the packing becomes worn, the old packing may be readily removed and new packing inserted. The Vmounting anges 3() for the weather stops areshown as extending outwardly, so as to be concealed by the sash frame, but it will be understood, that, if desired, these mounting flanges might be reversed, that is extended inwardly of the window, so as to leave the adjustable fastenings 28V exposed with the sash in closed position, enabling adjustment of the stops against the sash while the sash is closed. The location of the packing material in a stationary stop frame is preferable to structures where packing inaterial is mounted in the edge of the swinging sash, because when such windows are opened, thel packing material swings out with the window and is thereby exposed to sun and weather conditions. Another important advantage in providing the weathering in a stop frame separate from the sash is that the sash frame can be made of relatively light section with the fullest area exposed to glazing. rIhe overlap for packing provided by the extension 17 is outside of the glazed portion of the frame and so does not cut down the glazed area.

What is claimed is:

1. In window and door structures, a hollow mounting frame open about the outside for bonding in a wall, said frame having side flanges connected by oiset portions which are in turn connected by an intermediate shoulder which is substantially parallel with the side flanges, sash frame or the like having a hinged mounting on one of said relatively offset frame portions and provided with flanges meeting said shoulder part of the frame, weathering interposed between the sash frame and the other relatively offset portion of the mounting frame and means for adj ustably mounting said weathering relatively to said offset portion to meet the sash when the flanges of the sash are engaged with said shouldered part ofthe frame.

2. A easement window, comprising a channel frame for direct mounting in a building wall, said channel frame having side flanges connected by generally parallel portions ofl'set by an intermediate shoulder, a sash frame hinged directly to said mounting frame and having a flange at the outside to engage said shoulder, mounting frame adjustable to meet the hinged sash frame, said weather stop including achanneled support, packing material in the channel of said support and a spring holding strip resiliently conning said packing in said channel.

3." In a easement window, the combination comprising a shouldered frame, a casement window sash hinged tosaid frame and having an outer shoulder of the mounting'frame, a channeled member adjustably secured inthe mounting frame, packing material inthev channel of said adjustable member for engagement with the sash frame of the wind ow and spring clip l means for removably and resiliently securing said packing in the channel of the adjustable member.

4. A easement window, comprising a channeled frame having side flanges connected by portions oiilset by an intermediate shoulder, a windowA sash hinged in said frame and having an outwardly extending 'flange for engagement with said shoulder, an inwardly extending glazing flange and a stop flange forming an outwardly projecting continuaa weather stop on'the fr its tion of the glazing ange, a member adjustably secured in the mounting frame and having a channel in back of said stop flange eX- tension and packing in said channel for engagement with said stop flange extension.

5. A Casement window, comprising a mounting frame, a sash frame hinged therein, said mounting frame and sash frame having relatively overlapping flange and shoulder portions, a frame adjustably secured in the mounting frame in back or" the sash, packmaterial carried by said adjustably secured trame for engagement with the closed sash :trame and screw fastening means between the mounting frame and adjustable packing frame, said screw means being covered by the sash frame when the latter is in closed relation in the mounting frame.

6. A easement window or the like, comprisingamountingframe having a stop shoulder, a sash frame hinged in said mounting frame and having an outstanding iiange for engagement with said stop shoulder, a weather stop adjustably secured in the mounting frame, packing material carried by said adjustable weather stop Jfor engagement with the sash frame when the latter is in closed relation with the flange ofthe same in engagement with the stop shoulder of the mounting frame and yieldable means for resiliently and removably securing said packing in position in the adjustable weather stop.

7. A Casement window or the like, comprising a mounting frame having a stop shoulder, a sash frame hinged in said mounting frame and having an outstanding flange for engagement with said stop shoulder, a weathed stop adjustably secured in the mounting frame, packing material carried by said adjustable weather stop for engagement with the sash frame when the latter is in closed relation with the flange of the same in engagement with the stop shoulder and means for securing said weather stop, said securing` means being disposed in position covered bv the sash frame when the latter is in the closed relation.

8. A Casement window or the like, cfmprising a mounting frame having a stop shoulder. a sash frame hinged in said mounting frame and having an outstanding flange for engagement with said stop shoulder, a weather stop adiustablv secured in the mounting frame, packing material carried by said adjustable Weather stop for engagement with the sash frame when the latter is in closed relation with the flange of the same in engagement with the stop shoulder. said weather stop being in the form of a frame shiftable transversely in the mounting frame ,i provided with a transversely slotted securin s: flange and securing screws engaged with said transversely slotted portions of the weather stop frame.

9. A Casement window or the like, comprising in combination, a mounting :trame having a shoulder and a sash frame hinged in thermounting frame and having an outstanding lange opposed to the shoulder of the mounting frame in the closed position of the sash, a channel forming member'on the mounting frame in back of the outstanding flange of the sash `frame and covered by the latter when the sash is closed, securing means for said channel-forming member, said securing means being covered b y the sash frame and outstanding flange ofthe latter when the sash is closed and thereby concealed and protected in the closed position of the sash and packing material held in the channel provided by said channel-forming member in position for sealing engagement with the sash frame in the closed position of the latter.

10. A easement window or the like, comprising in combination, a mounting frame having a shoulder and a sash framehinged in the mounting frame and having an outstanding flange opposed to the shoulder of the mounting frame in the closed position of the sash, a channel forming member on the f mounting frame in back of thel outstanding flange of the sash frame and covered by the latter when the sash is closed, securing means for said channel-forming member, said securing means beingcovered by the sash frame and outstanding flange of the latter when the sash is closed and thereby concealed and protected in the closed position of the sash and packing material held in the channel provided by said channel-forming member in position for sealing engagement wit the sash framein the closed position ot the latter, said channel-forming member comprising a strip having an angularly bent edge portion'opposed to a part of the mounting frame and cooperating therewith to form the channel undercut to hold the packing material in place.

1l. A Casement window or the like, comprising in combination, a mounting. frame having a shoulder and a sash frame hinged in the mounting Jframe and having an outstanding flange overlying the shoulder of the mounting frame in the closed position ot the sash, the two frames being arranged with a space between the mounting frame and sash frame in back of said outstanding flange and weathering mounted in said space in back of said sash flange and covered and protectedby the latter when the sash is closed, said weathering including a supporting strip and packing medium positioned thereby to form a seal between the mounting frame and sash frame when the latter is in the closed position.

12. A easement window or the like, comprising in combination, a mounting frame having a shoulder and a sash frame hinged in the mounting frame and having an outstanding flange overlying the shoulder 0ithe mounting frame in the cio-sed position of the sash, the two frames being arranged with a space between the mounting frame and sash frame in back of said outstand- Y ing flange and weathering mounted in said C5 space in back of said sash flange and covered and protected by the latter when the sash is Closed, said weathering including a supporting strip and packing medium posin tioned thereby to form a seal between the L mounting trame and sash frame when the latter is in the closed position and screw means for adjustably securing said strip to the mounting trame and positioned to be r covered bythe sash frame and outstanding 'I5 iiange of the latter when the sash is closed.

13. A easement window or the like, comprising in combination, a hollow mounting frame open about the outside for bonding` Y in a wall, said trame having side flanges conneoted by offset portions which are in turn connected by an intermediate shoulder, sash frame hinged on one of said relative y oliset portions of the mountingframe and provided f p with an outstanding flange for meeting the '25 shouldered portion of the mounting trame, a weathering support mounted on said mounting frame in back of the stop lange of the sash frame when the latter is closed and p weathering medium Car ied by said weathering support in position to engage the sash trame when the latter is in the Closed position.

14. A easement window or the like, comprising in combination, a hollow mounting frame open about the outside for bonding inl a wall, said Jframe having side ianges conneoted by otiiset portions which are in turn connected by an intermediate shoulder, sash trame having a hinged mounting on one of said relatively offset portions of the mounting frame and provided with an outstanding flange for meeting said intermediate shoulder of the mounting frame, weathering for sealing the sash frame, a frame structure Jor supporting said weathering in engagement with an inner portion of the sash frame when the outstanding flange of the latter is engaged with the intermediate shoulder of the u mounting trame and means for securing said D0 weathering support to the mounting frame,

as aforesaid. y

In testimony whereof aliix my signature.

CHARLES L. PETTIT.

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US2554880A (en) * 1945-09-10 1951-05-29 Detroit Steel Products Co Window construction
US2613406A (en) * 1949-01-08 1952-10-14 Budd Co Closure and frame construction
US2843233A (en) * 1955-02-25 1958-07-15 S H Pomeroy Company Inc Window structures
US3035316A (en) * 1959-10-20 1962-05-22 Reynolds Metals Co Elongated casement window
US3130977A (en) * 1959-12-10 1964-04-28 A V R Achat Ventes Representat Sealing devices between fixed parts of metal constructions such as walls, screen-walls, curtain-walls, and suchlike
US5038537A (en) * 1989-02-21 1991-08-13 Harry Frambach Window system and structure
US5103592A (en) * 1987-06-16 1992-04-14 Manfred Janitzky Protective device for anti-aircraft installations and nuclear power stations
US5410846A (en) * 1993-08-20 1995-05-02 Frambach; Harry Window structure

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US2554880A (en) * 1945-09-10 1951-05-29 Detroit Steel Products Co Window construction
US2613406A (en) * 1949-01-08 1952-10-14 Budd Co Closure and frame construction
US2843233A (en) * 1955-02-25 1958-07-15 S H Pomeroy Company Inc Window structures
US3035316A (en) * 1959-10-20 1962-05-22 Reynolds Metals Co Elongated casement window
US3130977A (en) * 1959-12-10 1964-04-28 A V R Achat Ventes Representat Sealing devices between fixed parts of metal constructions such as walls, screen-walls, curtain-walls, and suchlike
US5103592A (en) * 1987-06-16 1992-04-14 Manfred Janitzky Protective device for anti-aircraft installations and nuclear power stations
US5038537A (en) * 1989-02-21 1991-08-13 Harry Frambach Window system and structure
US5410846A (en) * 1993-08-20 1995-05-02 Frambach; Harry Window structure

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