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US747173A
US747173A US17199003A US1903171990A US747173A US 747173 A US747173 A US 747173A US 17199003 A US17199003 A US 17199003A US 1903171990 A US1903171990 A US 1903171990A US 747173 A US747173 A US 747173A
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    • E06DOORS, WINDOWS, SHUTTERS, OR ROLLER BLINDS IN GENERAL; LADDERS
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PATENTED DEC. 15, 1903.
A. G. HENDRICKS.
WINDOW.
APPLICATION FILED SEPT. 4. 1903.
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No. 747,173. PATENTED DBG.15,1903, A. 0. HENDRICKS. WINDOW.-
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SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 7497,173, dated December 15, 1903.
Application filed September 4, 1908. Serial No. 171,990. (No model.) I 7 To all whom it may concern.-
Be it known that I, ADAM G. HENDRICKS, a citizen of the United States, residing at Waynesboro, in the county of Franklin and State of Pennsylvania, have invented new and useful Improvements in Windows, of which the following is a specification.
This invention relates to windows, and especially to that class in which the windowsashes are not only capable of being freely raised and lowered in the usual manner, but which may also be swung inward when it is desired to clean the. windows or when it is desired tosecure increased ventilation; and it has for its objectto simplify and improve the construction of this class of windows and render their operation more efficient and con- Venient.
To these ends myinvention consists in the features and in the construction, arrangement, and combination of parts hereinafter described, and particularly pointed out in the claims forming a part of this specification, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, forming a part of this specification, wherein- Figure-1 is aview in elevation. Fig. 2 is a vertical section'taken on the line 2 2 of Fig. 1. Fig.3 is a perspective viewshowing the upper sash lowered and both of the sashes swung inwardly. Fig. 4 is a transverse sectional view taken on the line 4 lof Fig. 1. Figs. 5 and 6 are detail views, and Fig. 7 is a detail view of a modified arrangement of the bearing for the lower sash.
Referring to the drawings, the numeral 1 indicates a window-frame, and 2 and 3, respectively, indicate the, upper and lower sashes, which are arranged to slide vertically in the frame in the usual manner, the parts being of ordinary and well-known construction.
Attached to the under side of the upper part of the frame 1 and near one end thereof is a brackedplate 4, in which is fitted the upper end of the vertical depending rod 5. The lower end of the rod 5 is fitted in a bracketarm 6, that is fastened toone side of the frame- 1 and projects laterally therefrom. The bracketsarm 6. is secured to the frame at a point approximately opposite the lower edge 1 to the side of the window-frame.
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of the upper sash 2 when the latteris raised or in its normal position, Attached to the .upper portion of the sash 2 and to one side of the latter is a sash-lock 7, which may be of any ordinary or preferred construction, but which is preferably the sash-lock shown and described in Letters Patentgranted to me on the 4th day of March, 1902, No. 694,856.
The rod 5 passes loosely through the casing of said sash-lock in such manner that the :latter may slide freely up and down on said thereof a laterally-projecting rib or feather 12, which is of such dimensions as to easily pass through the radially-projecting portion The sash-lock 7 is constructed andarranged insuch mannerthat it i will grasp the rod 5 and hold the sash in any position to which it may be adjusted, suitable releasing devices being provided to cause the lock to disengage the rod 5 and permit the window-sash to be raised and lowered. It will be apparent that by arranging the rod 5 in the manner described when the window is raised said'rod will be entirely concealed from view from the outside. The sash 2 slides vertically between the inner and outer beads of ordinary construction and indicated by the numerals 13 and 14:. The inner beads on that side of the frame opposite the lower sash may be divided or cut in two at a point slightly above the lower end of the upper sash, so that when the latter is to be swung inward, I as will be hereinafter explained, the lower portion of said beads may be detached and removed to permit of such inward-swinging movement, orthe lower portionof said beads may be omittedentirely, the lower sash 3 when it is lowered or in normal position serving the purpose of the beads. Attached to the upper and lower ends of the lower sash and at one side thereof are two bracket-plates .15, each provided with a perforated lug 16, in
which is secured a vertical rod 17. Attached to the side of the window-frame is a sash-lock 18, preferably constructed in conformity with the said Letters Patent before referred to and through which the rod 17 loosely passes. The sash-lock operates to grasp the rod and hold the lower sash in any position towhich it may be adjusted and also serves as a hinge about which the window may be swung. The lower end of the rod 17 projects a short distance below the lower bracket-arm and is adapted to enter a sliding bearing 19, said bearing comprising the perforated eye 20, formed on the end of the plate 21, which is endwise movable in the casing 22, that is attached to one side of the lower portion of the window-frame. Said plate is provided at one end with a laterally-projecting portion 33, which is adapted to be engaged by the finger when it is desired to withdraw said plate. Normally the plate is withdrawn from beneath the rod, so that the window may be lowered to its full extentthat is to say, can be lowered so that its lower edge will rest upon the sill in front of the usual ledge 24 of the sill. When it is desired to swing the window inward, the lower sash is first raised a short distance and the sliding bearing is pushed inward, so that the perforation therein will be in alinement with the rod attached to the sash. The sash is then lowered and the lower extended end of said rod will enter the perforation in the bearing, and the bracket-arm attached to the lower edge of the window-sash will rest upon the upper side of said bearing and will hold the lower edge of the sash slightly above the ledge. The window may now be swung inward and will clear the ledge. lower sash has been swung inward by lowering the upper sash the latter may also in like manner be swung inward, and when the upper sash has been swung inward in the manner described the rib of the pintle will pass above the upper side of its bearing, and it will thus be impossible to raise the upper sash until it has been swungback into its normal position. When the upper sash is swung back to its normal position, the rib or feather of the pintle will register with the radial portion of the keyhole-slot formed in its bearing and the bearing is then free to be withdrawn from the pintle.
I have shown and described the pintle as being attached to the lower portion of and one side of the window-sash frame and the bearing attached to the under side of the upper sash; but it will be readily apparent that these parts may be inverted, the bearing being attached, for example, to the window-sill and the pintle to the upper sash, as shown in Fig. 7. The windowframes may be used with or without sash-cords and weights, as may be preferred. If such are employed, when it is desired to swing the window-frames After theinward before doing so the cords should be disengaged from the sashes.
Having thus described my invention, what I claim is- 1. In a window, the combination with a window-frame and the upper and lowersashes slidably arranged therein, of a rod'extending to'a point substantially opposite the lower edge of the upper sash when the latter is raised, a bracket-arm attached to one side of the frame in which the lower end of said rod is fixed, a pintle and a bracket, one of said last-named parts being fixed to one end of the bottom of the upper sash approximately in alinement with said rod, and the other fixed to the frame, said sash being hinged at its upper end to the pendent rod, the pintle, when the sash is lowered, fitting in said bracket, substantially as described.
2. In a window, the combination with a window-frame and the upper and lower sashes slidably arranged therein, of a rod pendent from the under side of one end of the top of the frame and extending to a point substantially opposite the lower edge of the upper sash, a bracket-arm attached to one side of the frame in which the lower end of said rod is secured, a pintle fixed to one edge of the frame and in alinement with said rod, and a bracket fixed to the under side of the upper sash in alinement with said pintle, said sash being hinged at its upper end to the pendent rod, the pintle when the sash is lowered fitting in said bracket, substantially as described.
3. In a window, the combination with a window-frame and a sash slidably arranged therein of a rod arranged parallel to one side of the inner portion of said frame, said sash being at its upper end hinged to and slidably arranged on said rod, a bracket fixed to the bottom of said sash, and a pintle fixed to the window-frame in alinement with said bracket, said bracket when the sash is lowered rotatably resting on said pintle, substantially as described. I
4. In a window, the combination of a window-frame, of a window-sash slidably arranged therein, a rod fixed parallel to the inner face of one side of the frame and extending from the top of the latter to a point substantially opposite the bottom of said sash when the latteris raised, a bracket fixed to the bottom of the sash and in alinement with said rod, and a pintle fixed to the windowfra'me in alinement with said bracket, said bracket when the sash is lowered rotatably resting on said pintle, and the upper portion of said sash being rotatably and slidably mounted on said rod, substantially as described.
5. In a window, the combination with a window-frame and a sash slidably arranged therein, of a rod fixed parallel to the inner face of one side of the frame and extending from the top of the latter to a point substantially opposite the bottom of the said sash,
said sash being hinged and rotatably mounted at one side near its top on said rod, a bracket fixed to the bottom of the sash in alinement with said rod, a pintle fixed to the windowframe in alinement with said bracket, said bracket when the sash is lowered rotatably resting on said pintle, and means for preventing the withdrawal of the bracket from the pintle when the sash is swung inward from the frame, substantially as described.
6. In a window, the combination with a frame and a sash, of a rod arranged parallel to the upper portion of the inner face of one side of said frame, said sash being rotatably and slidably mounted on said rod at one side of its upper portion, a bracket fixed to the bottom of said sash and in alinernent with said rod, a pintle fixed to the window-frame, said pintle being provided with a laterallyprojecting feather, the said bracket being provided with a keyhole shaped aperture into which said pintle and its feather project when the sash is lowered, said feather when the sash is swung inward operating to interlock with the bearing and preventing the withdrawal of the bearing from the pintle, substantially as described.
7. In a window, the combination with the window-frame, and a sash slidably arranged therein, of a rod fixed to one side of the sash, a sash-lock fixed to one side of the frame and arranged to grasp the rod to hold the sash raised, said rod being endwise movable and rotatable in said lock, and a bearing fixed to the frame in which the lower end of the rod is arranged to rotatably fit, substantially as described.
8. In a window, the combination with the window-frame and a sash slidably arranged therein, of a rod fixed to one side of the sash, a sash-lock fixed to one side of the frame and arranged to grasp the rod to hold the sash raised, said rod being endwise movable and rotatable in said lock, and a bearing movably fixed to the frame and adapted to be projected beneath the lower end of the rod to receive the latter, substantially as described.
9. In a window, the combination with the window-frame and a sash slidably arranged therein, of brackets fixed to the upper and lower ends of one side of the sash, a rod fixed in said brackets and extending beneath the lower bracket, a sash-lock fixed to one side of the frame and arranged to grasp the rod to hold the sash raised, said rod being endwise movable and rotatable in said lock, and a sliding bearing arranged on one side of the frame and adapted to be projected beneath the lower end of the rod to receive the latter, the lower bracket being arranged to rest on said bearing and to hold the lower edge of the window above the ledge of the window-sill, substantially as described.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand in presence of two subscribing witnesses.
V ADAM O. HENDRICKS. Witnesses:
R. WILSON HOFFMAN, CHAS. B. CLAYTON.
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