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UNITED STATES PATENT OETCE.

JOHN SUTTON AND JAMES GREGORY, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.

IMPROVED DECK-LIGHT FOR VESSELS.

Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. 38,342, dated April 28, 1863.

To @ZZ whom t may concern:

Be it known that we, JOHN SUTTON and JAMES GEEeoRY,of N ew York, in the county of New York, in the State of New York, have invented a new arrangement of means in Description of the side and deck light.

To enable others skilled in the art to make and use our invention-,we will proceed to describe its construction and operation, the said light being otherwise made in the usual manner.

Figure lisa view of the slotted sliding bolt within the door-lug D, for drawing the door to its seat. B is its oblong slot for permitting the bolt to partially slide out and in, c preventing its coming entirely out.

Fig. 2 is a section ofthe entire frame, glass, door, Ste., on a line through the center of the same, between the hinges. E is the hinge, showingits oblong slot A and the xed hingepin a, around which the hinge worksin closing or openin g the door. Ois the web cast with the door. The door is here shown closed,its edged seat d cl penetrating the rubber e e. bis an eye bolt or knob. -F .is the glass. G is the screw-bolt; f, hinge-bearers.

Fig. 3 is a plan of the light closed, showing the position otl the bolts G G, lugs D 1)', and hinges E E, Ste.

The hinge ofthe light E, or the bearers of the hinge f, be the size of the light what it may, contains an oblong slot, A, the center line ot' which is at right angles with the plane of the door to which it is cast, the pin or center bolt c fitting the slot closely in a lateral direction, while a space exists each side of the said pin or bolt, in a line perpendicular to the door-frame, so thatin tightening or in loosening the door the hinges may be free to act in its required direction. The pin or bolt a in this case is tightly fitted in the bearers f, but may be fitted into the hinges instead, the slot A in that case being made in the bearers f, it' required.

The screws, inclined planes, or other means for shutting the door closely, and for bringing the surfaces of contact d and etogether, if there are two only, may be placed,as in drawings,in in line at right angle with the hinges EE,Fig. 3, or, if required, may be placed in a line with the hingesthat is, v011e between the hinges and another on the same central line, but directly on the opposite side of the frame. There may be any suitable number of means (screws, &c.) that may be required, and the same may be placed at any suitable parts of the circle forming the door.

When screws are to be used for drawing and for holding the door to its seat, the screw-bolt, as shown in Fig. l, may be used. The slotB in the said bolt is prolonged, whereby the thread of each bolt maybe individually run entirely in or out ot' its base-plate g, which cannot be effected by the ordinary bolt, and which merely turns in its lu g instead of slidin g. By the use of the sliding screw-bolt Gsticking or binding of the screws isprevented.

For stiftening the door-frame and for preventing the same from springing, in the case oftightening, the frame may have a web, O, cast on its outer side, of any suitable figure, which will be found more economical in the use `of metal than were the thickness of the frame increased throughout, while having its usual gure.

We do not bind ourselves to any particular means for tightening the door, and we may use any kind that may be desirable by parties requiring the lights.

What we claim as our invention, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is

1. The combination of the slot A in the hinge E of the frame containing the glass, with the fixed pin or bolt c and the bearer f of the base-plate g, or equivalents, as and for the purpose herein fully shown.

2. The combination ot' the sliding screw-bolt G, having an oblong channel, B, with the lug D ofthe door-frame, and base-plate g, as and for the purposes herein fully shown.

3. The combination of the frame containing the glass F with the web O, as and for the purpose fully shown. l

JOHN SUTTON.

Witnesses: JAMES GREGORY.

R. M. GRAHAM,

SAM C. JOLLY.

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US2418760A (en) * 1943-05-03 1947-04-08 Ilg Electric Ventilating Compa Pivotally mounted porthole blackout ventilator including a motordriven fan
US2601148A (en) * 1947-10-30 1952-06-17 Pittsburgh Des Moines Company Wind tunnel window structure
US20090275838A1 (en) * 2008-05-05 2009-11-05 Boston Scientific Scimed, Inc. Shielding for intravascular ultrasound imaging systems and methods of making and using

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US2418760A (en) * 1943-05-03 1947-04-08 Ilg Electric Ventilating Compa Pivotally mounted porthole blackout ventilator including a motordriven fan
US2601148A (en) * 1947-10-30 1952-06-17 Pittsburgh Des Moines Company Wind tunnel window structure
US20090275838A1 (en) * 2008-05-05 2009-11-05 Boston Scientific Scimed, Inc. Shielding for intravascular ultrasound imaging systems and methods of making and using

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