US2435861A - Security door holder - Google Patents

Security door holder Download PDF

Info

Publication number
US2435861A
US2435861A US610912A US61091245A US2435861A US 2435861 A US2435861 A US 2435861A US 610912 A US610912 A US 610912A US 61091245 A US61091245 A US 61091245A US 2435861 A US2435861 A US 2435861A
Authority
US
United States
Prior art keywords
door
bar
block
rod
arm
Prior art date
Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the status listed.)
Expired - Lifetime
Application number
US610912A
Inventor
Wylie S Wilkison
Current Assignee (The listed assignees may be inaccurate. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy of the list.)
Individual
Original Assignee
Individual
Priority date (The priority date is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the date listed.)
Filing date
Publication date
Application filed by Individual filed Critical Individual
Priority to US610912A priority Critical patent/US2435861A/en
Application granted granted Critical
Publication of US2435861A publication Critical patent/US2435861A/en
Anticipated expiration legal-status Critical
Expired - Lifetime legal-status Critical Current

Links

Images

Classifications

    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05CBOLTS OR FASTENING DEVICES FOR WINGS, SPECIALLY FOR DOORS OR WINDOWS
    • E05C17/00Devices for holding wings open; Devices for limiting opening of wings or for holding wings open by a movable member extending between frame and wing; Braking devices, stops or buffers, combined therewith
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y10TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC
    • Y10TTECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER US CLASSIFICATION
    • Y10T292/00Closure fasteners
    • Y10T292/68Keepers
    • Y10T292/683Segment

Definitions

  • This invention relates to a door holder and it is one object of the invention to provide a door holder adapted to be applied to a door and a door frame and by means of which a door may be held open various degrees and prevented from being blown shut r open out'of the desired position.
  • Another object of the invention is to provide a door holder so formed that it may be actuated with one hand and readily moved to secure or release the door.
  • Another object of the invention is to provide a door holder which, when applied to a door and a door frame for use, will not detract from the appearance of the door.
  • Another object of the invention is to provide a door holder which consists of a small number of parts and is quite simple in construction and may be manufactured at small cost.
  • Figure 1 is a view in elevation showing the improved door holder applied to a door and a door frame in position for use.
  • Figure 2 is a top plan view of Figure 1.
  • Figure 3 is a view taken along line 3-3 of Figure 1.
  • Figure 4 is a fragmentary sectional View taken along line 4-4 of Figure 1.
  • Figure 5 is a fragmentary top plan view of the door holder, an opened position of the door being indicated by dotted lines.
  • Figure 6 is a View in elevation of Figure 5.
  • Figure 7 is a fragmentary sectional View taken along the line I-'I of Figure 6.
  • This improved door holder is applied to a door I and the upper portion of a door frame 2 and when so applied constitutes means for holding the door opened as far as desired and preventing the door from blowing shut.
  • a bearing bracket 3 is attached to the upper portion of the door frame S and has an ear 4 to which an arm or bar 5 is connected by a bolt B.
  • the arm or bar 5 projects from the door frame and through its outer end passes a bolt I 'carrying a circular block 8 having teeth about its peripheral edge face.
  • the bolt I not only connects the block with the arm but also prevents the block from turning relative to the arm.
  • the lower portion of the bolt projects downwardly from the block and passes through a slot 9 formed in a bar I0 longitudinally thereof.
  • the bar I Il may therefore have sliding movement radially of the block and also pivotal movement about the bolt.
  • the bar I0 is shifted longitudinally in order to move the tooth II of a latch I2 into and out of engagement with the toothed block or disc 8. This is accomplished by door-carried mechanism including rods. I3 and I4.
  • the shaft or rod I3 extends across the upper end of the door and slidably mounted through a bracket I5 carried by the door, the front end of rod I3 being pivoted to an arm I 6 projecting outwardly from the upper end of shaft I4.
  • the shaft or rod I4 extends vertically adjacent the free side edge of the door and has its lower portion rotatably mounted through a bracket I'I and terminating in a crank handle I8 by means of which it may be rotated and impart swinging movement to arm I6 for shifting the rod I3 longitudinally.
  • a curved plate or strip I9 is secured to the door and extends transversely of rod I4 between the rod and the door and serves as a wear plate for the rod and also as a brake for preventing too free turning of the rod.
  • the inner end of rod I3 is pivoted to the inner end of a link or lever 20 pivotally mounted between ears 2l of a bracket 22 by a pin 23, and this lever 20 carries an upstanding block or post 24 carrying an arm 25 at its upper end.
  • the arm 25 projects outwardly from the block 24 and its outer end is pivotally connected with the inner or rear end of rod I3 by a pin 26.
  • the device may be applied to doors having glass panels, and this arrangement of rods also disposes the rods and mechanism controlled thereby in such position that they will be inconspicuous and not detract from the appearance of the door.
  • a do'or holder comprising a mounting adapted to be mounted on a door frame above a door hinged at one side edge to the frame for swinging movement to opened and closed positions, an arm carried by said mounting and extending outwardly therefrom, a circular toothed block, a bar having a front end portion formed with a longitudinally extending slot and disposed across said block diametrically thereof, a
  • a door holder comprising a mounting adapted' tobe mounted on a door frame-above ⁇ a door hinged vat onelside edge-to the frame for swinging movement to opened and olosedpositions, an arm carried by'said'mounting and extending outwardly therefrom, a circular toothed block, a bar having ⁇ a front endportion formed with a longitudinally extending slot and disposed across said block diametrically thereof, :a pin passing through the arm and the block' and throughfthe slot of said bar to slidably and pivotally-mount the bar, -a 'latch :carried by said bar for vengaging the teeth of said block, a bearing bracket adapted ⁇ to be mounted on the door adjacent the Vhinged side thereof, a lever pivoted intermediate :its length to said bracket and having its outer end connected ⁇ with the rear end of said Abar for shiftingthe bar longitudinally and moving its latch into and out of engagement with the toothed'block, a rod extending horizontally and pivoted at
  • a door holder comprising a Ymounting adapted to be ymounted on a door fra-me above a door-'hingedat one side edgeto the'frame -for swinging movement to opened 4and closed positions, -an arm carried by saidmountingand extendingfoutwardly therefrom, a circular toothed block, a bar 'having la front ⁇ end portion Vformed with a ⁇ longitudinally extending slot and disposed across vsaid block diametrically thereof, a pin -passing -through the arm and -the block and through the slot ofsaid bar -to-slidably and pivotally mount-the bar, a latch carried by said bar for engaging-the teeth ⁇ oi said block, a bearing bracket adapted to be mountedon the door adn jacent ⁇ the hinged side '-edgethereof, a lever pivoted 'intermediate-its ylength to -said bracket and having its outer end connected with the rear end of said bar for
  • latch carried by said bar for engaging teeth of the block, a bearing bracket adapted to be mounted on the door, a lever pivoted to said bearing bracket, an upright member carried by said lever and having an arm at its upper end pivoted to said bar for shifting the bar longitudinally when the lever is swung about its pivot, a horizontal longitudinally shiftable rod pivoted at one end to said lever, and a vertically disposed rotatable rod having a turning handle'at one end and 'its other end connected with the horizontal rod for shifting the same longitudinally when the Vertical rod ⁇ is'turned.
  • a door holder comprising a mounting adapted to be mounted on a door frame over a door hinged for opening and closing movement
  • a toothed block carried by said mounting, a bar extending across the block slidably and pivotally mounted and carrying a latch for engaging the toothed block, a pin for mounting said block on said mounting and received in an elongated slot in said bar, a bearing bracket adapted to be mounted on the door, a member turnably carried by said ⁇ bearing bracket rand connected with the rear vend of said bar for shifting the bar longitudinally when turned, and actuating means adapted to be mounted on the door and connected with the turnable member for .turning the same and effecting shifting of the bar to move the latch into and out of engagement with said block.
  • a door holder comprising Aa 'mounting' adapted to be mounted on a door frame overa door hinged for opening and closing movement, a toothed block carried ⁇ by said mounting,fabar extending'across the block slidably andpivotally mounted and carrying a latch'forengaging the toothed block, a pin for mounting 'said block ion said mounting and received in an elongated slot in said bar; a bearing bracket adapted tcbe mounted on 'the door, a lever pivoted to the bearing bracket and connectedwith -said bar -for shifting the bar longitudinally and moving .the latch into and out of engagement with teethcoi the block, a'horizontal rod having its rear-,end
  • a door holder comprising a mounting adapted to be mounted on a door frame oversa door hinged for openingand closing movement, a toothed block carried -by said'mounting, awbar extending across the 'block 4'slidably .and lpivotally mounted and carrying a latch 'for ⁇ engaging the toothed block, a'pin for mounting said block on said mounting and received in 4anelong-ated slot in said bar; a bearing bracket adapted to be mounted against the door,.a .member rturnably carried by said bearing'bracketand :connected with the rear end. of said bar -for shitting the bar longitudinally whenturned, and actuating means for said turnable member.

Description

Feb. 1o, 1948."
w. s. wlLKlsoN SECURITY DOOR HOLDER Filed Aug. 1'?, 1945 2 Sheets-sheet 1 ZJIIZIZW" IN VEN TOR.
ATI'D RN EYB Feb. 1o, 194s. w s, VWLK'ISQN` 2,435,861
SECURITY POOR HOLDER Filed Aug. 17, 1945 2 Sheets-Sheet? IN VEN TOR.
Patented Feb. 1o, 1948 UNITED STATES PATENT GFFICE 2,435,861 SECURITY noon HOLDER Wylie S. Wlkison, Bayard, N. Mex. Application August 17, 1945, Serial No. 610,912 7 Claims. (Cl. 292-341) This invention relates to a door holder and it is one object of the invention to provide a door holder adapted to be applied to a door and a door frame and by means of which a door may be held open various degrees and prevented from being blown shut r open out'of the desired position.
Another object of the invention is to provide a door holder so formed that it may be actuated with one hand and readily moved to secure or release the door.
Another object of the invention is to provide a door holder which, when applied to a door and a door frame for use, will not detract from the appearance of the door.
Another object of the invention is to provide a door holder which consists of a small number of parts and is quite simple in construction and may be manufactured at small cost.
The invention is illustrated in the accompanying drawings wherein:
Figure 1 is a view in elevation showing the improved door holder applied to a door and a door frame in position for use.
Figure 2 is a top plan view of Figure 1.
Figure 3 is a view taken along line 3-3 of Figure 1.
Figure 4 is a fragmentary sectional View taken along line 4-4 of Figure 1. y
Figure 5 is a fragmentary top plan view of the door holder, an opened position of the door being indicated by dotted lines.
Figure 6 is a View in elevation of Figure 5.
Figure 7 is a fragmentary sectional View taken along the line I-'I of Figure 6.
This improved door holder is applied to a door I and the upper portion of a door frame 2 and when so applied constitutes means for holding the door opened as far as desired and preventing the door from blowing shut.
A bearing bracket 3 is attached to the upper portion of the door frame S and has an ear 4 to which an arm or bar 5 is connected by a bolt B. The arm or bar 5 projects from the door frame and through its outer end passes a bolt I 'carrying a circular block 8 having teeth about its peripheral edge face. The bolt I not only connects the block with the arm but also prevents the block from turning relative to the arm. The lower portion of the bolt projects downwardly from the block and passes through a slot 9 formed in a bar I0 longitudinally thereof. The bar I Il may therefore have sliding movement radially of the block and also pivotal movement about the bolt.
The bar I0 is shifted longitudinally in order to move the tooth II of a latch I2 into and out of engagement with the toothed block or disc 8. This is accomplished by door-carried mechanism including rods. I3 and I4. The shaft or rod I3 extends across the upper end of the door and slidably mounted through a bracket I5 carried by the door, the front end of rod I3 being pivoted to an arm I 6 projecting outwardly from the upper end of shaft I4. The shaft or rod I4 extends vertically adjacent the free side edge of the door and has its lower portion rotatably mounted through a bracket I'I and terminating in a crank handle I8 by means of which it may be rotated and impart swinging movement to arm I6 for shifting the rod I3 longitudinally. A curved plate or strip I9 is secured to the door and extends transversely of rod I4 between the rod and the door and serves as a wear plate for the rod and also as a brake for preventing too free turning of the rod. The inner end of rod I3 is pivoted to the inner end of a link or lever 20 pivotally mounted between ears 2l of a bracket 22 by a pin 23, and this lever 20 carries an upstanding block or post 24 carrying an arm 25 at its upper end. The arm 25 projects outwardly from the block 24 and its outer end is pivotally connected with the inner or rear end of rod I3 by a pin 26. Shifting of the rod I3 longitudinally In one direction will cause the bar I0 l-o be shifted longitudinally in a direction to move the latch I2 away from the disc 8 and permit free opening or closing movement of the door. After the door has been moved to the desired position. the rod I4 will be turned by its handle I8 to shift the rod I3 longitudinally in the opposite direction and the latch will be moved into engagement with the toothed disc or keeper and the door will be securely held against movement out of the desired position of adjustment. Since the rods I3 and I4 extend parallel to and close to the marginal edges of the door, the device may be applied to doors having glass panels, and this arrangement of rods also disposes the rods and mechanism controlled thereby in such position that they will be inconspicuous and not detract from the appearance of the door.
What is claimed is:
1. A do'or holder comprising a mounting adapted to be mounted on a door frame above a door hinged at one side edge to the frame for swinging movement to opened and closed positions, an arm carried by said mounting and extending outwardly therefrom, a circular toothed block, a bar having a front end portion formed with a longitudinally extending slot and disposed across said block diametrically thereof, a
pin passing thr-ough the arm and the block and through the slot of said bar to slidably and pivotally mount the bar, a latch carried by said bar for engaging the teeth of said block, a bearing bracket adapted to be mounted on the door adjacent the hinged side edge thereof, a lever pivoted intermediate its length to said bracket, an upright member carried by the outer end of said lever, an arm extending outwardly from the upper end of the :upright member and pivoted to the rear end of said "bar, a rod pvoted'at its rear end to the inner end of said lever, a bearing bracket for slidably mounting said rod horizontally across the upper portion of the-door, an actuating rod disposed vertically and having an arm at its upper end pivoted to the front end of the first rod and a crank -handle Vat vits lower end, and a bearing bracket for rotatably mounting the actuating rod vertically along-'the the free side edge portion of the door.
2. A door holder comprising a mounting adapted' tobe mounted on a door frame-above `a door hinged vat onelside edge-to the frame for swinging movement to opened and olosedpositions, an arm carried by'said'mounting and extending outwardly therefrom, a circular toothed block, a bar having `a front endportion formed with a longitudinally extending slot and disposed across said block diametrically thereof, :a pin passing through the arm and the block' and throughfthe slot of said bar to slidably and pivotally-mount the bar, -a 'latch :carried by said bar for vengaging the teeth of said block, a bearing bracket adapted `to be mounted on the door adjacent the Vhinged side thereof, a lever pivoted intermediate :its length to said bracket and having its outer end connected `with the rear end of said Abar for shiftingthe bar longitudinally and moving its latch into and out of engagement with the toothed'block, a rod extending horizontally and pivoted at its rear end to the inner end of `said lever, and a vertically-disposed rotatable -rod having an arm connected with the front end -of the -horizontal rodfor shifting thesame longitudinally 'when `the vertical yrod is turned.
3. A door holder -comprising a Ymounting adapted to be ymounted on a door fra-me above a door-'hingedat one side edgeto the'frame -for swinging movement to opened 4and closed positions, -an arm carried by saidmountingand extendingfoutwardly therefrom, a circular toothed block, a bar 'having la front `end portion Vformed with a `longitudinally extending slot and disposed across vsaid block diametrically thereof, a pin -passing -through the arm and -the block and through the slot ofsaid bar -to-slidably and pivotally mount-the bar, a latch carried by said bar for engaging-the teeth `oi said block, a bearing bracket adapted to be mountedon the door adn jacent `the hinged side '-edgethereof, a lever pivoted 'intermediate-its ylength to -said bracket and having its outer end connected with the rear end of said bar for shifting the bar longitudinally and moving its .latch into and outvof engagement with the toothed block, and actuating means Vfor said lever adapted to be mounted :on the ydoor and-including a 4rod 'connected with the lever for imparting pivotal-movement to the lever.
l4:. A-door holder comprising a bracket adapted to be mounted upon a door frame over la door hinged to the frame `for :opening and closing movement, an=arm extending outwardly from said bracket, a blockv carried by said arm and having teeth, `a :bar extending :across the block and mounted for sliding :and lpivotal moi/ement, a
latch carried by said bar for engaging teeth of the block, a bearing bracket adapted to be mounted on the door, a lever pivoted to said bearing bracket, an upright member carried by said lever and having an arm at its upper end pivoted to said bar for shifting the bar longitudinally when the lever is swung about its pivot, a horizontal longitudinally shiftable rod pivoted at one end to said lever, and a vertically disposed rotatable rod having a turning handle'at one end and 'its other end connected with the horizontal rod for shifting the same longitudinally when the Vertical rod `is'turned.
5. A door holder comprising a mounting adapted to be mounted on a door frame over a door hinged for opening and closing movement,
a toothed block carried by said mounting, a bar extending across the block slidably and pivotally mounted and carrying a latch for engaging the toothed block, a pin for mounting said block on said mounting and received in an elongated slot in said bar, a bearing bracket adapted to be mounted on the door, a member turnably carried by said `bearing bracket rand connected with the rear vend of said bar for shifting the bar longitudinally when turned, and actuating means adapted to be mounted on the door and connected with the turnable member for .turning the same and effecting shifting of the bar to move the latch into and out of engagement with said block.
6. A door holder comprising Aa 'mounting' adapted to be mounted on a door frame overa door hinged for opening and closing movement, a toothed block carried `by said mounting,fabar extending'across the block slidably andpivotally mounted and carrying a latch'forengaging the toothed block, a pin for mounting 'said block ion said mounting and received in an elongated slot in said bar; a bearing bracket adapted tcbe mounted on 'the door, a lever pivoted to the bearing bracket and connectedwith -said bar -for shifting the bar longitudinally and moving .the latch into and out of engagement with teethcoi the block, a'horizontal rod having its rear-,end
pivoted to said lever, means for slidably mounting the horizontal rod, a 'vertically'disposedfrod having turning means at its-lowernend and an arm connecting its upper end 4with the front end of the horizontal rod, `andmea-ns-for rotatably mounting the vertical rod. Y
7. A door holder comprising a mounting adapted to be mounted on a door frame oversa door hinged for openingand closing movement, a toothed block carried -by said'mounting, awbar extending across the 'block 4'slidably .and lpivotally mounted and carrying a latch 'for `engaging the toothed block, a'pin for mounting said block on said mounting and received in 4anelong-ated slot in said bar; a bearing bracket adapted to be mounted against the door,.a .member rturnably carried by said bearing'bracketand :connected with the rear end. of said bar -for shitting the bar longitudinally whenturned, and actuating means for said turnable member.
S. WILKISON.
REFERENCES .CITED The following references-fare of .record in the Y i'lle of this patent:
UNITED STATES PATENTS
US610912A 1945-08-17 1945-08-17 Security door holder Expired - Lifetime US2435861A (en)

Priority Applications (1)

Application Number Priority Date Filing Date Title
US610912A US2435861A (en) 1945-08-17 1945-08-17 Security door holder

Applications Claiming Priority (1)

Application Number Priority Date Filing Date Title
US610912A US2435861A (en) 1945-08-17 1945-08-17 Security door holder

Publications (1)

Publication Number Publication Date
US2435861A true US2435861A (en) 1948-02-10

Family

ID=24446900

Family Applications (1)

Application Number Title Priority Date Filing Date
US610912A Expired - Lifetime US2435861A (en) 1945-08-17 1945-08-17 Security door holder

Country Status (1)

Country Link
US (1) US2435861A (en)

Citations (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US178976A (en) * 1876-06-20 Improvement in door-checks
US280055A (en) * 1883-06-26 Door-check

Patent Citations (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US178976A (en) * 1876-06-20 Improvement in door-checks
US280055A (en) * 1883-06-26 Door-check

Similar Documents

Publication Publication Date Title
SE8902843L (en) WITH SPARER FITTED SWING ARM FITTINGS FOR WINDOWS, CLOSE O. DYL.
US2036151A (en) Window sash lock
US4116166A (en) Automatic cattle gate assembly
US2435861A (en) Security door holder
US4387916A (en) Gate latch assembly
GB900677A (en) Door control mechanism
US2091388A (en) Swinging door operating means
US1600796A (en) Casement window
US1992099A (en) Door operating device
US1504967A (en) Latch
US2075015A (en) Automatic chain lock
US1615864A (en) Latch for windows
US1704730A (en) Door latch
US2557541A (en) Gate or door latch
US2670980A (en) Pickup truck endgate fastener
US1551102A (en) Latch
JPH0643424Y2 (en) Casement device
US2229088A (en) Door check
GB988191A (en) Improvements relating to windows
US1221186A (en) Window structure.
US1574388A (en) Window opening and closing apparatus
FR2163026A5 (en)
US1609019A (en) Door holder
US1524556A (en) Latch mechanism for closures
US1931812A (en) Door opener