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US2853747A US402502A US40250254A US2853747A US 2853747 A US2853747 A US 2853747A US 402502 A US402502 A US 402502A US 40250254 A US40250254 A US 40250254A US 2853747 A US2853747 A US 2853747A
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05DHINGES OR OTHER SUSPENSION DEVICES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS OR WINGS
    • E05D5/00Construction of single parts, e.g. the parts for attachment
    • E05D5/02Parts for attachment, e.g. flaps
    • E05D5/06Bent flaps
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05DHINGES OR OTHER SUSPENSION DEVICES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS OR WINGS
    • E05D5/00Construction of single parts, e.g. the parts for attachment
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    • E05D5/04Flat flaps
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05DHINGES OR OTHER SUSPENSION DEVICES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS OR WINGS
    • E05D5/00Construction of single parts, e.g. the parts for attachment
    • E05D5/10Pins, sockets or sleeves; Removable pins
    • E05D5/12Securing pins in sockets, movably or not
    • E05D5/128Securing pins in sockets, movably or not the pin having a recess or through-hole engaged by a securing member
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05DHINGES OR OTHER SUSPENSION DEVICES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS OR WINGS
    • E05D11/00Additional features or accessories of hinges
    • E05D11/06Devices for limiting the opening movement of hinges
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05YINDEXING SCHEME RELATING TO HINGES OR OTHER SUSPENSION DEVICES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS OR WINGS AND DEVICES FOR MOVING WINGS INTO OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION, CHECKS FOR WINGS AND WING FITTINGS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR, CONCERNED WITH THE FUNCTIONING OF THE WING
    • E05Y2900/00Application of doors, windows, wings or fittings thereof
    • E05Y2900/10Application of doors, windows, wings or fittings thereof for buildings or parts thereof
    • E05Y2900/13Application of doors, windows, wings or fittings thereof for buildings or parts thereof characterised by the type of wing
    • E05Y2900/132Doors
    • 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
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    • Y10TTECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER US CLASSIFICATION
    • Y10T16/00Miscellaneous hardware [e.g., bushing, carpet fastener, caster, door closer, panel hanger, attachable or adjunct handle, hinge, window sash balance, etc.]
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    • Y10T16/559Hinge having prongs or cooperating structure on leaf
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Sept. 30, 1958 L.. R. ANDERSON NoN-LoosENING HINGE FiledvJan. 6, 1954 Lloyd R. Anderson .INVENTOR ATTORNEY 2,853,747 NoN-LoosENnvG rnNGE Lloyd R. Anderson, Bethesda, Md.

Application January 6, 1954, Serial No. 402,502

12 Claims. (Cl.,20-16) The present invention relates to building hardware and more particularly to a hinge construction of general utility such as used on doors.

Although hinges have been used for many years and with all types of door closers, door stops, and door holders, hinges heretofore used have not been entirely satisfactory because the attaching screws have come loose, particularly the attaching screws for the jamb leaf of the top hinge. The screws for the top hinge of doors repeatedly come loose due to the tension. on the screws caused by the weight of the door as well as the reaction produced by the door stops, door holders, or door closers.

In doors equipped with a door stop or door holder reacting against the top edge of the door close to the top hinge for preventing the door from opening too far, additional strain is produced on the screws securing the jamb leaf of the top hinge to the hinge jamb of the door frame. The repeated stress and strain causes the screws to pull out resulting in sagging doors requiring much expensive maintenance to keep the door operative.

An object of the present invention is to provide a hinge structure which will overcome the problem of screws becoming loose.

Another object is to provide a hinge structure which will distribute the stress and strain suiciently to limit the stress to suiciently small'loads on each fastening element that the fastening elements will remain secure without attention.

Another object is to provide a structure which will always have some of the fastening elements in shear stress thereby reducing the tensile stress on the fastening elements.

Still another object is to provide hinge structure which receives a large part of its support from mortised mountings in the door jamb and door.

A further object of the invention is to provide attachment means for conventional hinges which will provide anchoring for the jamb leaf to the jambvand lintel of a door frame.

A further object is to provide means to positively retain the jamb leaf of the top hinge of a door against the pulling out of the fastening screws.

Other and further objects will become apparent as the description proceeds and upon reference to the accompanying drawing wherein:

Figure 1 is a perspective of a top portion of a door and door frame equipped with a conventional overhead door stop and the non-loosening hinge of the present invention;

Figure 2 is an elevation of the hinge in closed condition as viewed from the side thereof opposite the hinge pin;

Figure 3 is an elevation with parts broken away and parts in section taken substantially on line 3-3 of Figure 2 of the hinge as viewed from the jamb side thereof;

Figure -4 is a plan view of the hinge in partially open condition with portions of the anchoring straps broken away; and,

- United' States Patent O 2,853,747 Patented Sept. 30, 1958 ICC Figure 5 is a plan view of a modified form of the hinge in which the pivot pin shown in section is located inwardly from the heel of the door and also spaced from the door face.

Upon more detailed reference to the drawing a hinge jamb 10 and a head jamb or lintel 11 of a conventional door frame support a jamb plate 12 of a butt hinge having three knuckles 13, 14, and 15. The jamb plate 12 is secured to the hinge jamb 10 by means of conventional screws 16 passing through countersunk holes 17. The jamb leaf is received in a mo-rtise recess 18 in the hinge jamb in a more or less conventional manner so that the exposed surface of the jamb leaf is substantially flush with the inner surface of the hinge jamb 10 of a door frame.

An anchoring member 19 in the form of a strap or plate is secured at o-ne end to the top end of the jamb leaf or plate 12 as by being integral therewith, attached thereto by welding or the like, or otherwise fixed. Such strap or plate extends at substantially right angles to the jamb leaf 12 and is mortised into the lintel 11 in mortised recess 20 thereby providing a flush relation between the lower surface of the anchoring plate or strap and the lower surface of the lintel so that the strap 19 is hidden when the door is closed. The strap 19 is made of sufficient length and is provided with screws 21 or other fastening means passing through countersunk holes 22 into the lintel 11 thereby securely maintaining the strap in position and preventing rocking of the jamb leaf 12 even though screws 16 become loose.

A door hinge leaf or plate 23 having two kunckles 24 and 25 is received in a mortised recess 26 in the heel or hinge edge of a door 27 and extends from the bottom of the leaf 23 to the top edge of the door. The door leaf 23 is secured by means of flat head screws 28 passing through countersunk holes 29 and screwed into the door thereby maintaining the hinge leaf 23 in xed operative position. An anchoring member 30 in the form of a strap or plate extends from the upper edge of hinge leaf or plate 23 and is received in a mortised recess 31 in the top of the door. The strap 30 is secured in position by means of screws 32 passing through countersunk holes 33 maintaining the strap in the mortised recess 31. It will be understood that the anchoring strap 30 may be of a length to extend completely from the heel or hinge edge of the door to the lock edge of the door to reinforce the entire upper portion of the door, or the strap may be made of an intermediate length for securing the hinge stile of the door to the central portion of the door. The mortised recess 31 extending to the hinge edge of the door permits Water collecting in the mortise recess to drain from the heel edge of the. door reducing danger of rotting. Since the water may drain from the hinge edge, weep holes which might mar the appearance of the door face are unnecessary.

It will be apparent that the door is supported by other hinges which may be of the conventional types located at the bottom of the door or intermediate the top and bottom or at both locations. The anchoring strap on the jamb leaf and the door leaf may be the same length if desired. For some uses the door leaf strap may be omitted entirely or may be relatively short to permit use of door stops or door holders which are mortised in the top edge of the door.

The invention includes the combination with a door frame having a hinge jamb 10 and-a head jamb 11 with a door 27 mounted on and received in nested position in the door frame for swinging movement from a closed nested position within the door frame to an open position as shown. A hinge comprising a jamb hinge leaf includes a jamb plate 12 received in a mortised recess in the top 'portion o-f the inner surface of thehinge jarnb 10, which mortised recess abuts the head jamb orv lintel with the exposed surface of the hinge jamb plate 12 substantially flush with the inner surface of the hinge jamb. Said jamb leaf also includes a head jamb plate 19 xed to the upper end ofthe hinge jamb plate 12 and extending at substantially the vsame angle as the Sangle `ibetw'een. `the hinge jamb and the he'ad jamb 11 of the `door f'rarne with the head jamb plate 19 received in a mortised recess in the head jamb ofthe door frame with the ,exposeds'hrface`of the head jamb plate substantially flush with `the inner surface of the head Vjamb, said jamb plates substantially abutting thev edges of the mortised recesses; A door hinge leaf includes a heel edge door "plate 23 received in a mortisedre'cess in the top portion yof the heel ed'ge of the door 27,'said door'leaf also including a top door plate 30 .received in a'mortise-d `recess inthe top edge of the door with the exposed surface of the heel edge door plate and the top door plate being substantially flush with the lheel edge and the top `door edge respectively. Said door hinge leaf` including said door plates formsa door leaf dihedral angle nested within a dihedral angle formed by s'aid janib leaf plates in the closed door position. Said door leaf is pivotally mounted on said jar'nb leaf forpivotal movement about anV axis close to the outer surface of the door and the door jamb, said pivotal mounting including a plurality of knuckles and a pivot pin. The door leaf is secured to the hinge and top edges of the door 'by screws 28'and 32 and .the jamb leaf issecured to the jamb's ofthe door frame by screws 16 and 21y whereby the vdoor 27 is supported byl said hingeand may swing fromV a nested position withinthe dihedral angle formed bythe jamb plates 12 and 19 and the jambs 10 and11 of the door frame to a'position outwardly therefrom asshown.

. It will be evident that the jamb `leaf may be provided with a single knuckle andithat the door leaf may vbe provided with a singlevknuckle and the advantages of the present invention will be obtained with a suitable connecting pivot pin.

The ja'mb hinge leaf including plates 12 and 19 which yform a dihedral anglel are pivotally connected to the door leaf including door-platesz23 and 30 which' form a dihedral angle which. is received in nestedrel'ation within the dihedral angle ofthe jamb hinge leaf and such hinge leaves are pivotally connected together'by` means 4offpivot pin 34 having an ornametalknob 35 fixed thereto and such pivot-pin may -be securedV in operative relation to the hinge knuckles 13, .14, 15, 24, and 25 by means of a set screw 36 threaded into one' of thev knuckles such'a's center knuckle 14 and extending into a recess 37 in the pin 34 thereby retaining4 the pin in operative positionand permitting the pin to be inserted from the topk or bottom of the hinge makingthe hinge adaptable lfor use where some obstruction such as conventional door trim may prevent insertion of the pin' from 'one end. The top and bottom knuckles may be internally threaded at' 38 for receiving an ornamental knob 39 which is correspondingly threaded for use either at the top or bottom of the hinge depending upon which end the pivot pin has been inserted from. The threads 38 may be omitted and the knob held in place by frictionor. other means.

The hinge described `above is particularly adaptable for use with doors equipped with upper door'sto'ps or door holders such as that shown Vin Figure 1 wherein a rod 40 pivotally connected lto a stud 41 on they lint'el at one end has its other end connected to a slide 42 mounted for movement in a guideway 43. Upon extreme opening movement of the door 27, the slide strikes a stop in the hinge end of the guideway preventing further opening movement of the door and rresulting in a severe strain on the hinge tending to pull. outscrews 16 from the hinge jamb. Door holders are also provided with means to maintain the door in open position and when the door is closed there is a reaction against the rod 40 of a door holder resulting in a 'reaction tending to pullout-'screws 28 of the door` leaf 23 and producing a shear action on screws 16 of the jamb leaf. Consequently there is a serious problem in building maintenance due to the loosening of screws in the door hinges. With the present invention the reaction which tends to pull out jamb screws 16 is received by the anchor strap 19 against the edges of the mortised recess 20 and such mortised recess and particularly the end adjacent the lock jamb will have the effect of taking the reaction and the screws 21 will also take the reaction 'inshear rather than intension. Similarly the reaction of the hinge leaf23 will be taken at least in part by Atlie's'crews 32 in shear and also by the edges ofthe mortised`r'ecess31.

Referring to Figure 5, the jamb hinge leaf has a rectangular plane portion'44`a'nd acurved portion 45 extending from one long edge of rectangular portion 44 and bent from the plane of said rectangular portion to extend toward the lock jamb and terminating in knuckles and the door hinge leaf has a rectangular portion 46 and a curvedportion 47'terminatin'g' in cooperating knuckles. A A pivot pin 48 connects thehinge leaves'in pivoted relation. Anchor strap members 49' and 50 fixed to the jamb leaf and door leaf respectivelycorrespondto'straps 19 and 30 respectively ofthe first modification. The axisv of pivot pin 48 is located infront of the door and spaced vaway from the'hingejamb toward the lock jamb a suitable distance for use with hinges having-such `a locationfor the axis of pivotal movement of the door. Thisform of lhinge may be used, -for example, with`the construction in which the pivotal axisis located%*-inch from the hinge edge of the door `and 3pinch-in front of the surface of the door, and may be designedefor other offsetsras required. i p

The hinge may be of the simple type inwhich lthe abutting edges of the hinge knuckles serve as bearings, but kadditional bearings 'S1 are shown between the knuckles' for reducing friction lbetween the knuckles and such'bearings'may be of the ball bearing type or conventional oilite bearings; p Y

It vvill'be noted that the jamb leaf'plate I2 isia'ppreciably larger than the door leaf plate 23 by an amount providing fo-r the thickness of anchor plates 19 and4 30 as well as the clearance between the anchor-platesas shown" in Figs. 2' and' 3. The clearance is*V preferably the conventional clearance provided between the door and the door jamb. Regardless of whether the jamb leaf plate'lZ iscon'sidered to include as part of itsV length the thickness ofthe anchor plate'19-or not,l at least a portion Yofthe integraljamb dihedral angle member extends up vinto the head jamb or lintel of the door frame and such portion positively maintains the jamb leaf 12 of the hingein fixed relation to the door frame.

Although the hinge has beenV described: for use'atv the upper corner of a door it will be apparent that the hinge may be used at the lower corner or may be used for many other uses Where additional strength is desired and where the screws pull out. This hinge saves much expensive construction which is now considered necessary to provide door stops. struction is inadequatefor use with overhead door holders particularly Where doors aregsubject to highstresses due to winds and drafts. In some building'fconstruction architects design specially built walls to prevent doors from opening beyond approximately degrees to'rfo'restall damage to the doo-rs, hinges, door closers etc. Such construction lis extremely expensive. lByusing the anchor hinge of the presentinvention a relatively inexpensive overhead door stop andhholder vmay'fp'erforrn the function ofthe expensive specially built walls-or structural abutments.

Having thus described the invention -it willV be apparent that changes may be made within the scope and spirit of the invention in accordance with the denition of the invention as claimed.

Present conventional hinge conwww" S claimt y 1. In combination with a door franiehaving a hinge jamb and a head jamb and a door adapted to be mounted on and received in nested position in the door frame for swinging movement from a closed nested position within the door frame to an open position,` a hinge comprising a jamb hinge leaf including a hinge jamb plate received in a mortised recess in the inner surface of the hinge jamb which abuts the head jamb with the exposed surface of the hinge jamb plate substantially ush with the inner surface of the hinge jamb, said jamb hinge leaf also including a head jamb plate fixed to the head jamb end of the hinge jamb plate and extending at substantially the same angle as the angle between the hinge jamb and head jamb of the door frame and received in a mortised recess in the head jamb of the door frame with the exposed surface portion of the head jamb plate substantially ush with the inner surface of the head jamb, said jamb plates substantially abutting the edges of the mortised recesses, a door hinge leaf including a door plate pivotally mounted on said jamb hinge leaf for pivotal movement about an axis close to the outer surface of the door and door jamb, said pivotal mounting including knuckle means and a pivot pin, said door hinge leaf being secured to the hinge edge of the door, and said jamb hinge leaf being secured to the jambs of the door frame whereby the door supported by .said hinge may swing from a nested position within the dihedral angle formed by the jamb plates of the jamb hinge leaf and the jambs of the door frame to a position outwardly therefrom, the width of the door hinge leaf from the pivot axis being approximately the width of the hinge jamb plate and being of a length whereby the door leaf nests within the dihedral angle lformed by the head jamb and the hinge jamb with v the door in closed position.

2. The invention according to claim 1 in which each hinge leaf has a plurality of knuckles and a hinge pin connects the knuckles of the jamb hinge leaf to the knuckles of the door hinge leaf.

3. The invention according to claim l in which the pivot pin is removable by axial movement in aA direction substantially parallel to the hinge jamb plate and door plate in a direction away from the head jamb plate.

4. In combination with a door frame having a hinge jamb and a head jamb and a door adapted to be mounted on and received in nested position in the door frame for swinging movement from a closed nested position within the door frame to an open position, a hinge comprising a jamb hinge leaf including a hinge jamb plate received in a mortised recess in the inner surface of the hinge jamb which abuts the head jamb with the exposed surface of the hinge jamb plate substantially flush with the inner surface of the hinge jamb, said jamb hinge leaf also including a head jamb plate fixed to the head jamb end of the hinge jamb plate and extending at substantially `the same angle as the angle between the hinge jamb and head jamb of the door frame and received in Y a mortised recess in the head jamb of a door frame with the exposed surface portion of the head jamb plate substantially ush with the inner surface of the head jamb, said jamb plates substantially abutting the edges of the mortised recesses, a door hinge leaf including a door plate pivotally mounted on said jamb hinge leaf for pivotal movement about an axis close to the outer surface of the door and door jamb, the pivotal connection between the jamb hinge leaf and the door leaf being located inwardly from the hinge jamb and the hinge jamb plate in a direction toward the free end of the head jamb plate to thereby offset the pivotal connection toward the lock edge of the door, said pivotal mounting including knuckle means and a pivot pin, said door hinge leaf being secured to the hinge edge of the door, and said jamb hinge leaf being secured to the jambs of the door frame whereby the door supported by said hinge may swing from a nested position Within the dihedral angle formed by the jamb plates and the jambs of the door frame to a position outwardly therefrom, the width of the door hinge leaf from the pivot axis being approximately the Width of the hinge jamb plate and being of a length whereby the door leaf nests within the dihedral 4angle formed by the head jamb and the hinge jamb with the door in closed position.

5. The invention according to claim 4 in which each hinge leaf has a plurality of knuckles and a hinge pin connects the knuckles of the jamb hinge leaf to the knuckles of the door hinge leaf.

6. The invention according to claim 4 in whichl the door hinge leaf includes a heel door plate secured to the heel edge of the door, and a head door plate fixed to the head end of the heel door plate and secured to the head end of the door, the dihedral angle formed by the heel door plate and the head door plate corresponding to the angle between the heel edge of the door and the head end of the door.

7. The invention according to claim 6 in which the door hinge leaf isv received in a mortised recess in the door.

8. The invention according to claim 4 in which the pivot pin is removable by axial movement in a direction substantially parallel to the hinge jamb plate and door plate in a direction away .from the head jamb plate.

9. In combination with a door frame having a hinge jamb and a head jamb and a door adapted to be mounted on and received in nested position in the door frame for swinging movement from a closed nested position within the door frame to an open position, a hinge comprising a jamb hinge leaf including a hinge jamb plate received in a mortised recess in the inner surface of the hinge jamb which abuts the head jamb with the exposed surface of the hinge jamb plate substantially flush with the inner surface of the hinge jamb, said jamb leaf also including a head jamb plate xed to the head jamb end -of the hinge jamb plate and extending at substantially the same angle as the angle between the hinge jamb and head jamb of the door frame land received in a mortised recess in the head jamb of a door frame with the exposed surface portion of the head jamb plate substantially ush with the inner surface of the head jamb, said jamb plates substantially abutting the edges of the mortised recesses, a door hinge leaf including a heel edge door plate for securement against the heel edge of a door, said door leaf also including a head door plate for securement on the head edge of the door, said door hinge leaf including said door plates forming a door hinge leaf dihedral angle nested within the dihedral angle formed by said jamb plates in the closed door position, said door hinge leaf being pivotally mounted on said jamb hinge leaf for pivotal movement about an axis close to the `outer surface of the door and door jamb, said pivotal mounting including knuckle means and a pivot pin, said door leaf being secured tothe heel and head edges of the door, and said jamb hinge leaf being secured to the jambs of the door frame whereby the door supported by said hinge may swing from a nested position within the dihedral angle formed by the jamb plates and the jambs of the door frame to a position outwardly therefrom.

l0. The invention according to claim 9 in which each hinge leaf has a plurality of knuckles and a hinge pin connects the knuckles -of the jamb hinge leaf to the knuckles of the door hinge leaf.

1l. The invention according to claim 9 in which the door leaf is received in a mortised recess in the door.

l2. The invention according to claim 9 in which the pivot pin is removable by axial movement in a direction substantially parallel to the hinge jamb plate and the heel edge door plate in a direction away from the head lamb plate and the head door plate.

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