US2825939A - Awning type window assembly and fixtures therefor - Google Patents

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US2825939A
US2825939A US636976A US63697657A US2825939A US 2825939 A US2825939 A US 2825939A US 636976 A US636976 A US 636976A US 63697657 A US63697657 A US 63697657A US 2825939 A US2825939 A US 2825939A
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    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
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  • This invention relates to an awningtype window assembly and fixtures therefor.
  • the principal objects of this invention are:
  • Fig. l is a fragmentaryperspective view of a window assembly embodying the invention inwhich the window is illustrated in one of its open positions, various parts being shown conventionally.
  • Fig. 2 is a fragmentary vertical section with the window omitted, the fixture being illustrated in one partially open position, on the line corresponding to 22 of Fig- 1 with all portions of the window omitted and showing the attaching screws for the fixture tothe window.
  • Fig. 3 is a side elevational view of the window with the fixture thereon removed from the casing. or prior to being installed in the casing.
  • Fig. 4 is a fragmentary View showing only a fragment of the window frame and of certain details of the slide rail and slide therein, the frame parts being conventionally shown.
  • Fig. 5 is an enlarged fragmentaryview partially in section on a line corresponding to lines '5 of Figs. 2 and 4.
  • Fig.6 is a fragmentary sectional view on a line correspondingto 6-6 of Fig. 5.
  • Fig. 7 is an. enlargedfragmentary view in vertical sec tion on a line corresponding to line 7-7 of Fig. 8.
  • Fig. 8 is a fragmentary view partially in vertical section on a linecorresponding to line 8-43 of Fig. 7.
  • FIG. 1 represents the wall of a building and 2 a window frame or casing; 3 the jambs thereof and 4 the stops. It will be understood that these parts are greatly varied in practice.
  • the Window sash 5 has rabbeted stiles 6, the rabbets facing inwardly.
  • the fixtures of my invention comprise the slide rails 7, which are of outwardly facing channeled section having angular or angled facing flanges 8. These slide members are mounted on theside members of the frame by means of screws 9 and it separate numerals being used to designate the screws for convenience in description, as the screw 10 serves the function of a removable stop as will be pointed out as the description proceeds. These rails are of substantially less length than the height of the frame side members, being desirably about one-half the length thereof as is illustrated.
  • the slides 11 are of inwardly facing channel section and are desirably formed of nylon'or like plastic material. This is for two primary purposes, one being to provide a material which has a smooth sliding noiseless'engagernent with the rail without 2,825,939 Patented Mar.
  • Expander blocks 14 of tapering section are' disposed within-the slides andare.in'ithrust engagement with the converging surfacesithereof, and are supported and adjusted by means of the'screws 15 which aredisposed through'holes 16 in the slides and have threaded en'-" This arrangement" enables the adjustment of the slides to securethe proper" frictional engagement thereof with the rails to frictionally gagement with theexpander blocks.
  • the bar-like window supporting w brackets 17 are disposed in and secured in the rabbets 6 of the sashby'means of screws 18.
  • a pair of supporting links 19 are pivotally secured'at 26 to the sash brackets and adjacent the lower
  • a second pair of relatively'shorter links 21' are secured to the sashbrackets at 22 adjacent'the Slide links 23 are pivotally secured ends thereof.
  • the links 19 am detachably mountedon thesupporting brackets 26 which have outwardly olisetportions 27 intermediate their upper and lower 'ends which receive the attaching screws 28.
  • the intermediate portions 27 have key-hole slots 29 therein disposed with the narrower ends of the slots downwardly.
  • the supporting links 19 are provided with headed studs 30 adjacent their lower end, these studs being detachably engageable with the slots 29; The studs are retained in thereof receive the partsof the fixture so that theyareconcealed by the sash and the casing stops.
  • the links 19 are oifset at '36 and the links-23' are offset at 37 to permit this collapsing ofthe parts; the portion above the offset'3t6 of the links 19 overlying the lower" ends of the sliderails and the offsets-37"providihgclear ance for the links 21.
  • the slide rails are positioned: and the screws 9 inserted and also brackets 26 are mounted on the casing side members.
  • The'fixture parts :17, linksZi and 23 and slides ll. constitute an assembled unit and are attached to the stiles of the sash as units.
  • theslides are introduced into the lower ends of the rails-and the screws llti'inserted which, as stated, constitutes stops. then engaged with the supporting brackets 26* and the keepers adjusted to locking position; That completes the assembly, and the window may be manipulated as desired.
  • the frictional engagement of the slides with the rails may be varied by adjustment of the screws 15 to adapt the fixtures to adjustably support sash varying substantially in weight. This adjustment can be quickly made after the sash has been installed.
  • An awning type window assembly comprising frame side members, a sash having inwardly facing rabbeted stiles, slide rails having facing angular flanges mounted on said frame, side members with their lower ends in substantially spaced relation to the lower ends of said frame side members, removable slide stops at the lower ends of said rails, slides frictionally slidable in said rails,
  • said slides being insertable in and removable from the lower ends of said rails when said stops are removed, barlike sash brackets secured Within the rabbets of said sash stiles, a first pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets adjacent the lower ends thereof, a second pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets adjacent their upper ends, said second pair of links being relatively short as compared to the first pair of links, slide links pivotally connected to said slides and to said first pair of links in spaced relation to but adjacent their pivotal connection to said sash supporting brackets and to the swinging ends of said second pair of links, supporting brackets for said first pair of links mounted on said frame side members adjacent the lower ends thereof and having key-hole slots therein disposed with their smaller ends downwardly, said first pair of links being provided with headed studs detachably engageable with said key-hole slots, and keepers pivotally mounted on said link supporting brackets and engageable with said studs for releasably securing them in pivotal engagement with
  • An awning type window assembly comprising frame side members, a sash, slide rails having facing angular flanges mounted on said frame, side members with their lower ends in substantially spaced relation to the lower ends of said frame side members, removable slide stops at the lower ends of said rails, slides frictionally slidable in said rails, said slides being insertable in and removable from the lower ends of said rails when said stops are removed, bar-like sash brackets, a first pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets adjacent the lower ends thereof, a second pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets adjacent their upper ends, said second pair of links being relatively short as compared to the first pair of links, slide links pivotally connected to said slides and to said first pair of links in spaced relation to but adjacent their pivotal connection to said sash supporting brackets and to the swinging ends of said second pair of links, supporting brackets for said first pair of links mounted on said frame side members adjacent the lower ends thereof, said first pair of links being detachably engageable
  • An awning type window assembly comprising frame side members, a sash, slide rails mounted on said frame side members with their lower ends in substantially spaced relation to the lower ends of said frame side members, slides frictionally slidable on said rails, said slides being insertable in and removable from the lower ends of said rails, sash brackets secured to said sash, a first pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets, a second pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets in substantially spaced relation to the connection of said first pair of links thereto, said second pair of links being relatively short as compared to the first pair of links, slide links pivotally connected to said slides and to said links in spaced relation to their pivotal connections to said sash supporting brackets, supporting brackets for said first pair of links mounted on said frame side members below and in spaced relation to said slide rails and having keyhole slots therein disposed with their smaller ends downwardly, said first pair of links being provided with studs detachably engageable with said keyhole slots, and keep
  • An awning type window assembly comprising frame side members, a sash, slide rails mounted on said frame side members with their lower ends in substantially spaced relation to the lower ends of said frame side members, said slides being insertable in and removable from the lower ends of said rails, sash brackets secured to said sash, a first pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets, a second pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets in substantially spaced relation to the connection of said first pair of links thereto, said second pair of links being relatively short as compared to the first pair of links, slide links pivotally connected to said slides and to said links in spaced relation to their pivotal connections to said sash supporting brackets, supporting brackets for said first pair of links mounted on said frame side members below and in spaced relation to said slide rails, said first pair of links being provided with studs detachably engageable with said supporting brackets whereby the sash with its supporting links and said slide may be assembled as a unit and supportedly engaged with said slide rails and
  • An awning type window assembly comprising frame side members, a sash, slide rails mounted on said frame side members with their lower ends in substantially spaced relation to the lower ends of said frame side members, slides frictionally slidable on said rails, sash brackets secured to said sash, a lower pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets, an upper pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets in substantially spaced relation to the connection of said first pair of links thereto, said second pair of links being relatively short as compared to the first pair of links, slide links pivotally connected to said slides and to said links in spaced relation to their pivotal connections to said sash supporting brackets, and supporting means for said first pair of links mounted on said frame side members below said slide rails.
  • An awning type window fixture comprising a slide rail of channel section adapted to be mounted on a side member of a window frame and having facing angular flanges, said raill being open at one end, a slide frictionally engaging and slidable in said rail and insertable and removable from the open end thereof, a bar like sash bracket, a first sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket adjacent one end thereof, a second sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket adjacent its other end, said second link being relatively short as compared to said first link, a slide link pivotally connetced to said slide and to said links in spaced relation to their pivotal connection to said sash bracket, and a supporting bracket for said first link adapted to be mounted on a window frame side member and having a keyhole slot therein disposed with its small end remote from said slide rail, said first link being provided with a headed stud detachably engageable with said keyhole slot, and a keeper pivotally mounted on said supporting bracket and releasably engage
  • An awning type window fixture comprising a slide rail adapted to be mounted on a side member of a window frame, a slide frictionally engaging and slidable in said rail and engageable and removable from an end thereof, a sash bracket, 21 first sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket, a second sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket in spaced relation to the pivotal connection of the first link thereto, a slide link pivotally connected to said slide and to said links in spaced relation to their pivotal connection to said sash bracket, and a supporting bracket for said first link adapted to be mounted on a window frame side member, said first link being provided with a pivot stud detachably engageable with said supporting bracket.
  • An awning type window fixture comprising a slide rail adapted to be mounted on a side member of a window frame, a slide frictionally engaging and slidable on said rail a bracket adapted to be attached to a sash, a first sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket, a second sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket in spaced relation to the pivotal connection of the first link thereto, a slide link pivotally connected to said slide and to said links in spaced relation to their pivotal connection to said sash bracket, and a supporting bracket for said first link adapted to be mounted on a window frame side member, said bracket comprising an outwardly offset portion having a vertically disposed keyhole slot therein disposed with its smaller end downwardly, said first link having a headed pivot stud engageable with said slot, and a keeper pivotally mounted on said supporting bracket to overlie said slot when in closed position and notched on its inner edge to secure said stud and sustain the upward thrust thereof when the keeper is in closed position.
  • An awning type window fixture comprising a slide rail adapted to be mounted on a side member of a window frame, a slide frictionally engaging and slidable in said rail, a sash bracket, a first sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket, a second sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket in spaced relation to the pivotal connection of the first link thereto, a slide link pivotally connected to said slide and to said links in spaced relation to their pivotal connection to said sash bracket, and a supporting bracket for said first link adapted to be mounted on a window frame side member and keyhole slot therein, said first link having a pivot stud engageable with said slot, and a keeper adjustably mounted on said supporting bracket to overlie said slot when in closed position and recessed to receive said stud and sustain the thrust thereof in at least one direction when the keeper is in closed position.
  • a fixture of the class described comprising a slide rail of outwardly facing channel section having facing angular flanges, an elongated laterally expandable slide member of inwardly facing channel section formed of nylon or like plastic material and having longitudinal edge portions slidably fitting within said slide rail flanges in lateral frictional thrust engagement therewith and in supporting engagement with the web of said rail, the internal side channel surfaces of the said slide member being converged outwardly, an expander block of outwardly tapering cross section disposed within the channel of said slide member with its edges in thrust engagement with the said converging surfaces thereof, said expander block being disposed adjacent one end of said slide, a screw disposed through the web of said slide in threaded engagement with said expander block, and a slide link pivotally connected to the web of said slide member adjacent its other end, the web portion of said slide member being otherwise imperforate.
  • a fixture of the class described comprising a slide rail of outwardly facing channel section having facing angular flanges, an elongated laterally expandable slide member of inwardly facing channel section formed of nylon or like plastic material and having longitudinal edge portions slidably fitting within said slide rail flanges in lateral frictional thrust engagement therewith and in supporting engagement with the web of said rail, the internal side channel surfaces of the said slide member being converged outwardly, an expander block of outwardly tapering cross section disposed within the channel of said slide member with its edges in thrust engagement with the said converging surfaces thereof, a screw disposed through the web of said slide in threaded engagement with said expander block, and a slide link pivotally connected to the web of said slide member.
  • a fixture of the class described comprising a slide rail of outwardly facing channel section having facing angular flanges, an elongated laterally expandable slide member of inwardly facing channel section having longitudinal edge portions slidably fitting within said slide rail flanges in lateral frictional thrust engagement therewith and in supporting engagement with the web of said rail, the internal side channel surfaces of the said slide member being converged outwardly, an expander block of outwardly tapering cross section disposed within the channel of said slide member with its edges in thrust engagement with the said converging surfaces thereof, a screw disposed through the web of said slide in threaded engagement with said expander block, and a slide link pivotally connected to the web of said slide member.
  • a fixture of the class described comprising a slide rail of outwardly facing channel section having facing angular flanges, an elongated laterally expandable slide member of inwardly facing channel section formed of nylon or like plastic material and having longitudinal edge portions slidably fitting within said slide rail flanges in lateral frictional thrust engagement therewith and in supporting engagement with the web of said rail, the internal side channel surfaces of the said slide member being converged outwardly, an expander block of outwardly tapering cross section disposed within the channel of said slide member with its edges in thrust engagement with the said converging surfaces thereof, and a screw disposed through the web of said slide in threaded engagement with said expander block.
  • a fixture of the class described comprising a slide rail of outwardly facing channel section having facing angular flanges, an elongated laterally expandable slide member of inwardly facing channel section having longitudinal edge portions slidably fitting within said slide rail flanges in lateral frictional thrust engagement therewith and in supporting engagement with the web of said rail, the internal side channel surfaces of the said slide member being converged outwardly, an expander block of outwardly tapering cross section disposed within the channel of said slide member with its edges in thrust engagement with the said converging surfaces thereof, and a screw disposed through the web of said slide in threaded engagement with said expander block.

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March 11, I958 c. J. TEGGELAAR 2,325,939
AWNING TYPE'WINDOW ASSEMBLY ANQ FIXTURES THEREFOR Filed Jan. 29, 1957 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 IN V EN TOR.
'March 11, 1958 c. J. TEGGELAAR 2,825,939
AWNING TYPE WINDOW ASSEMBLY AND FIXTURES THEREFOR INVENTOR.
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1 2,825,939 AWNINGTYPE WHNDQW ASSEMBLY AND FIXTURES THEREFUR Claude]. T eggeiaar, Grandliapirls, Mich, assiguor to Grand Rapids Hardware" Company, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Applibationzlanuary 29, 1957, Serial No. 636,976 14 Claims. (Cl. 2ll--42) This invention relates to an awningtype window assembly and fixtures therefor. The principal objects of this invention are:
First, to provide an awningtype window assemblyin which the window has a substantial range of adjustment and is effectively supported in its adjusted positions.
Second, to provide an awning type window assembly in which the sash may be quickly and easily removed from theframe or casing and with removable portions of the fixtures assembled therewith, can be quickly and easily replaced.
Third, to provide an awning type window-assembly having these advantages in which the parts may be economically produced, various parts being formed. of strip stock.
Objects relating to details and economies of the invention will. appear from the description to follow. The invention is defined and pointed out in the claims.
A preferred embodiment of the invention is illustrated in the accompanying drawing, in which:
Fig. l is a fragmentaryperspective view of a window assembly embodying the invention inwhich the window is illustrated in one of its open positions, various parts being shown conventionally.
Fig. 2 is a fragmentary vertical section with the window omitted, the fixture being illustrated in one partially open position, on the line corresponding to 22 of Fig- 1 with all portions of the window omitted and showing the attaching screws for the fixture tothe window.
Fig. 3 is a side elevational view of the window with the fixture thereon removed from the casing. or prior to being installed in the casing.
Fig. 4 is a fragmentary View showing only a fragment of the window frame and of certain details of the slide rail and slide therein, the frame parts being conventionally shown.
Fig. 5 is an enlarged fragmentaryview partially in section on a line corresponding to lines '5 of Figs. 2 and 4.
Fig.6 is a fragmentary sectional view on a line correspondingto 6-6 of Fig. 5.
Fig. 7 is an. enlargedfragmentary view in vertical sec tion on a line corresponding to line 7-7 of Fig. 8.
Fig. 8 is a fragmentary view partially in vertical section on a linecorresponding to line 8-43 of Fig. 7.
In the accompanying drawing 1 represents the wall of a building and 2 a window frame or casing; 3 the jambs thereof and 4 the stops. It will be understood that these parts are greatly varied in practice. The Window sash 5 has rabbeted stiles 6, the rabbets facing inwardly.
The fixtures of my invention comprise the slide rails 7, which are of outwardly facing channeled section having angular or angled facing flanges 8. These slide members are mounted on theside members of the frame by means of screws 9 and it separate numerals being used to designate the screws for convenience in description, as the screw 10 serves the function of a removable stop as will be pointed out as the description proceeds. These rails are of substantially less length than the height of the frame side members, being desirably about one-half the length thereof as is illustrated. The slides 11 are of inwardly facing channel section and are desirably formed of nylon'or like plastic material. This is for two primary purposes, one being to provide a material which has a smooth sliding noiseless'engagernent with the rail without 2,825,939 Patented Mar. 11, 1958 the use of lubricant, and theother a material whichcan be expanded into frictional engagement with the-slide rails to support the window sash? in its various adjusted positions. which slidably fit within the slide rail flanges in retaining and lateral thrust engagementtherewith. The internalside channel surfaces 13 of the slide members converg'e outwardly. Expander blocks 14 of tapering section are' disposed within-the slides andare.in'ithrust engagement with the converging surfacesithereof, and are supported and adjusted by means of the'screws 15 which aredisposed through'holes 16 in the slides and have threaded en'-" This arrangement" enables the adjustment of the slides to securethe proper" frictional engagement thereof with the rails to frictionally gagement with theexpander blocks.
support the particular sash, theslidesbeing expandable so that their edges are laterally thrust against the flanges of the rails.
The bar-like window supporting w brackets 17 are disposed in and secured in the rabbets 6 of the sashby'means of screws 18. A pair of supporting links 19 are pivotally secured'at 26 to the sash brackets and adjacent the lower A second pair of relatively'shorter links 21' are secured to the sashbrackets at 22 adjacent'the Slide links 23 are pivotally secured ends thereof.
upper ends thereof. to the slides at 24' and to the supporting links 19 at 25. The links 19am detachably mountedon thesupporting brackets 26 which have outwardly olisetportions 27 intermediate their upper and lower 'ends which receive the attaching screws 28. The intermediate portions 27 have key-hole slots 29 therein disposed with the narrower ends of the slots downwardly.
The supporting links 19 are provided with headed studs 30 adjacent their lower end, these studs being detachably engageable with the slots 29; The studs are retained in thereof receive the partsof the fixture so that theyareconcealed by the sash and the casing stops.
The links 19 are oifset at '36 and the links-23' are offset at 37 to permit this collapsing ofthe parts; the portion above the offset'3t6 of the links 19 overlying the lower" ends of the sliderails and the offsets-37"providihgclear ance for the links 21.
engage-the keepers 39.- This relation of the part's insures that the sash will close-tightly against the stops. In assembling, the slide rails are positioned: and the screws 9 inserted and also brackets 26 are mounted on the casing side members. The'fixture parts :17, linksZi and 23 and slides ll. constitute an assembled unit and are attached to the stiles of the sash as units. To assemble in the casing, theslides are introduced into the lower ends of the rails-and the screws llti'inserted which, as stated, constitutes stops. then engaged with the supporting brackets 26* and the keepers adjusted to locking position; That completes the assembly, and the window may be manipulated as desired.
As stated, the frictional engagement of the slides with the rails may be varied by adjustment of the screws 15 to adapt the fixtures to adjustably support sash varying substantially in weight. This adjustment can be quickly made after the sash has been installed.
While I have illustrated conventional glazing, it should be understood that in modern practice the window panes are quite frequently designed to be installed on the job, and this ready attachment and detachment of the sash The slides have longitudinaledge portions 12 When the window is in closed position, the rabbets in the stiles" At their upper'ends, the sash brackets have upwardly facing notchesfidtherein which" The studs of the links are enables the assembling of the parts on the sash by one workman and the mounting thereof in the window frames. The sash may be quickly and easily removed by another workman for installing the glazing and then replaced.
I have illustrated and described my invention in a very practical embodiment thereof. I have not attempted to illustrate or describe other adaptations or modifications, as it is believed that this disclosure Will enable those skilled in the art to embody or adapt my invention as may be desired.
Having thus described the invention, what is claimed as new and is desired to be secured by Letters Patent is:
1. An awning type window assembly comprising frame side members, a sash having inwardly facing rabbeted stiles, slide rails having facing angular flanges mounted on said frame, side members with their lower ends in substantially spaced relation to the lower ends of said frame side members, removable slide stops at the lower ends of said rails, slides frictionally slidable in said rails,
said slides being insertable in and removable from the lower ends of said rails when said stops are removed, barlike sash brackets secured Within the rabbets of said sash stiles, a first pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets adjacent the lower ends thereof, a second pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets adjacent their upper ends, said second pair of links being relatively short as compared to the first pair of links, slide links pivotally connected to said slides and to said first pair of links in spaced relation to but adjacent their pivotal connection to said sash supporting brackets and to the swinging ends of said second pair of links, supporting brackets for said first pair of links mounted on said frame side members adjacent the lower ends thereof and having key-hole slots therein disposed with their smaller ends downwardly, said first pair of links being provided with headed studs detachably engageable with said key-hole slots, and keepers pivotally mounted on said link supporting brackets and engageable with said studs for releasably securing them in pivotal engagement with said supporting brackets whereby the sash with its supporting links and said slide may be assembled as a unit and supportedly engaged with said slide rails and supporting brackets or removed therefrom as an assembled unit, said rabbets in said sash stiles being adapted to receive said supporting parts when the window frame is in closed position.
2. An awning type window assembly comprising frame side members, a sash, slide rails having facing angular flanges mounted on said frame, side members with their lower ends in substantially spaced relation to the lower ends of said frame side members, removable slide stops at the lower ends of said rails, slides frictionally slidable in said rails, said slides being insertable in and removable from the lower ends of said rails when said stops are removed, bar-like sash brackets, a first pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets adjacent the lower ends thereof, a second pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets adjacent their upper ends, said second pair of links being relatively short as compared to the first pair of links, slide links pivotally connected to said slides and to said first pair of links in spaced relation to but adjacent their pivotal connection to said sash supporting brackets and to the swinging ends of said second pair of links, supporting brackets for said first pair of links mounted on said frame side members adjacent the lower ends thereof, said first pair of links being detachably engageable with said brackets, whereby the sash with its supporting links and said slide may be assembled as a unit and supportedly engaged with said slide rails and supporting brackets or removed therefrom as an assembled unit.
3. An awning type window assembly comprising frame side members, a sash, slide rails mounted on said frame side members with their lower ends in substantially spaced relation to the lower ends of said frame side members, slides frictionally slidable on said rails, said slides being insertable in and removable from the lower ends of said rails, sash brackets secured to said sash, a first pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets, a second pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets in substantially spaced relation to the connection of said first pair of links thereto, said second pair of links being relatively short as compared to the first pair of links, slide links pivotally connected to said slides and to said links in spaced relation to their pivotal connections to said sash supporting brackets, supporting brackets for said first pair of links mounted on said frame side members below and in spaced relation to said slide rails and having keyhole slots therein disposed with their smaller ends downwardly, said first pair of links being provided with studs detachably engageable with said keyhole slots, and keepers pivotally mounted on said link supporting brackets and engageable with said studs for releasably securing them in pivotal engagement with said supporting brackets whereby the sash with its supporting links and said slide may be assembled as a unit and supportedly engaged with said slide rails and supporting brackets or removed therefrom as an assembled unit.
4. An awning type window assembly comprising frame side members, a sash, slide rails mounted on said frame side members with their lower ends in substantially spaced relation to the lower ends of said frame side members, said slides being insertable in and removable from the lower ends of said rails, sash brackets secured to said sash, a first pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets, a second pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets in substantially spaced relation to the connection of said first pair of links thereto, said second pair of links being relatively short as compared to the first pair of links, slide links pivotally connected to said slides and to said links in spaced relation to their pivotal connections to said sash supporting brackets, supporting brackets for said first pair of links mounted on said frame side members below and in spaced relation to said slide rails, said first pair of links being provided with studs detachably engageable with said supporting brackets whereby the sash with its supporting links and said slide may be assembled as a unit and supportedly engaged with said slide rails and supporting brackets or removed therefrom as an assembled unit.
5. An awning type window assembly comprising frame side members, a sash, slide rails mounted on said frame side members with their lower ends in substantially spaced relation to the lower ends of said frame side members, slides frictionally slidable on said rails, sash brackets secured to said sash, a lower pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets, an upper pair of sash supporting links pivotally connected to said brackets in substantially spaced relation to the connection of said first pair of links thereto, said second pair of links being relatively short as compared to the first pair of links, slide links pivotally connected to said slides and to said links in spaced relation to their pivotal connections to said sash supporting brackets, and supporting means for said first pair of links mounted on said frame side members below said slide rails.
6. An awning type window fixture comprising a slide rail of channel section adapted to be mounted on a side member of a window frame and having facing angular flanges, said raill being open at one end, a slide frictionally engaging and slidable in said rail and insertable and removable from the open end thereof, a bar like sash bracket, a first sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket adjacent one end thereof, a second sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket adjacent its other end, said second link being relatively short as compared to said first link, a slide link pivotally connetced to said slide and to said links in spaced relation to their pivotal connection to said sash bracket, and a supporting bracket for said first link adapted to be mounted on a window frame side member and having a keyhole slot therein disposed with its small end remote from said slide rail, said first link being provided with a headed stud detachably engageable with said keyhole slot, and a keeper pivotally mounted on said supporting bracket and releasably engageable with said stud for releasably securing it in pivotal engagement with said supporting bracket.
7. An awning type window fixture comprising a slide rail adapted to be mounted on a side member of a window frame, a slide frictionally engaging and slidable in said rail and engageable and removable from an end thereof, a sash bracket, 21 first sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket, a second sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket in spaced relation to the pivotal connection of the first link thereto, a slide link pivotally connected to said slide and to said links in spaced relation to their pivotal connection to said sash bracket, and a supporting bracket for said first link adapted to be mounted on a window frame side member, said first link being provided with a pivot stud detachably engageable with said supporting bracket.
8. An awning type window fixture comprising a slide rail adapted to be mounted on a side member of a window frame, a slide frictionally engaging and slidable on said rail a bracket adapted to be attached to a sash, a first sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket, a second sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket in spaced relation to the pivotal connection of the first link thereto, a slide link pivotally connected to said slide and to said links in spaced relation to their pivotal connection to said sash bracket, and a supporting bracket for said first link adapted to be mounted on a window frame side member, said bracket comprising an outwardly offset portion having a vertically disposed keyhole slot therein disposed with its smaller end downwardly, said first link having a headed pivot stud engageable with said slot, and a keeper pivotally mounted on said supporting bracket to overlie said slot when in closed position and notched on its inner edge to secure said stud and sustain the upward thrust thereof when the keeper is in closed position.
9. An awning type window fixture comprising a slide rail adapted to be mounted on a side member of a window frame, a slide frictionally engaging and slidable in said rail, a sash bracket, a first sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket, a second sash supporting link pivotally connected to said bracket in spaced relation to the pivotal connection of the first link thereto, a slide link pivotally connected to said slide and to said links in spaced relation to their pivotal connection to said sash bracket, and a supporting bracket for said first link adapted to be mounted on a window frame side member and keyhole slot therein, said first link having a pivot stud engageable with said slot, and a keeper adjustably mounted on said supporting bracket to overlie said slot when in closed position and recessed to receive said stud and sustain the thrust thereof in at least one direction when the keeper is in closed position.
10. A fixture of the class described comprising a slide rail of outwardly facing channel section having facing angular flanges, an elongated laterally expandable slide member of inwardly facing channel section formed of nylon or like plastic material and having longitudinal edge portions slidably fitting within said slide rail flanges in lateral frictional thrust engagement therewith and in supporting engagement with the web of said rail, the internal side channel surfaces of the said slide member being converged outwardly, an expander block of outwardly tapering cross section disposed within the channel of said slide member with its edges in thrust engagement with the said converging surfaces thereof, said expander block being disposed adjacent one end of said slide, a screw disposed through the web of said slide in threaded engagement with said expander block, and a slide link pivotally connected to the web of said slide member adjacent its other end, the web portion of said slide member being otherwise imperforate.
11. A fixture of the class described comprising a slide rail of outwardly facing channel section having facing angular flanges, an elongated laterally expandable slide member of inwardly facing channel section formed of nylon or like plastic material and having longitudinal edge portions slidably fitting within said slide rail flanges in lateral frictional thrust engagement therewith and in supporting engagement with the web of said rail, the internal side channel surfaces of the said slide member being converged outwardly, an expander block of outwardly tapering cross section disposed within the channel of said slide member with its edges in thrust engagement with the said converging surfaces thereof, a screw disposed through the web of said slide in threaded engagement with said expander block, and a slide link pivotally connected to the web of said slide member.
12. A fixture of the class described comprising a slide rail of outwardly facing channel section having facing angular flanges, an elongated laterally expandable slide member of inwardly facing channel section having longitudinal edge portions slidably fitting within said slide rail flanges in lateral frictional thrust engagement therewith and in supporting engagement with the web of said rail, the internal side channel surfaces of the said slide member being converged outwardly, an expander block of outwardly tapering cross section disposed within the channel of said slide member with its edges in thrust engagement with the said converging surfaces thereof, a screw disposed through the web of said slide in threaded engagement with said expander block, and a slide link pivotally connected to the web of said slide member.
13. A fixture of the class described comprising a slide rail of outwardly facing channel section having facing angular flanges, an elongated laterally expandable slide member of inwardly facing channel section formed of nylon or like plastic material and having longitudinal edge portions slidably fitting within said slide rail flanges in lateral frictional thrust engagement therewith and in supporting engagement with the web of said rail, the internal side channel surfaces of the said slide member being converged outwardly, an expander block of outwardly tapering cross section disposed within the channel of said slide member with its edges in thrust engagement with the said converging surfaces thereof, and a screw disposed through the web of said slide in threaded engagement with said expander block.
14. A fixture of the class described comprising a slide rail of outwardly facing channel section having facing angular flanges, an elongated laterally expandable slide member of inwardly facing channel section having longitudinal edge portions slidably fitting within said slide rail flanges in lateral frictional thrust engagement therewith and in supporting engagement with the web of said rail, the internal side channel surfaces of the said slide member being converged outwardly, an expander block of outwardly tapering cross section disposed within the channel of said slide member with its edges in thrust engagement with the said converging surfaces thereof, and a screw disposed through the web of said slide in threaded engagement with said expander block.
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