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Publication numberUS1054325 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateFeb 25, 1913
Filing dateAug 16, 1912
Priority dateAug 16, 1912
Publication numberUS 1054325 A, US 1054325A, US-A-1054325, US1054325 A, US1054325A
InventorsPeter M Wege
Original AssigneePeter M Wege
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Sheet-metal safe or cabinet.
US 1054325 A
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Description  (OCR text may contain errors)

P. M. WEGE.

SHEET METAL SAFE OR CABINET.

Patented Feb. 25, 1913.

4 annn'rs snnm 1.

APPLICATION FILED we. 16. 1912.

Shoe/WW1 P. M. WEGE. SHEET METAL SAFE OR CABINET APPLIGATION FILED AUG. 16. 1912.

Patented Feb. 25, 1913.

4 SHEETS-SHEET 2.

P. M. WEGE.

SHEET METAL SAFE OR CABINET.

APPLICATION FILED we. 16, 1912.

Patented Feb. 25, 1913.

4 SHEETS-SHEET 3.

P. M. WEGE. SHEET METAL SAFE OR CABINET. APPLICATION FILED AUG. 16. 1912.

1,054,325; Patented Feb. 25, 1913.

4 SHEETS-SHEETL n v r wall joints'and door joints is quite effectively.

PATENT onnfIoE.

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To all whom it may concern. v

Be it known that. PETER M. Wnen,-a citizen of the United States, residing at Grand Rapids, Michigan, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Sheet-' Metal Safes or Gabinets, of which the fol-- lowing is a specification.

This invention relates particularly to. im- "provementsin; sheet metal safes or cabinets,

with sheet'metal walls.

lVhile my improvements are parti available for safes and the like, and I have. illustrated the same .embodied in a safestructure,.the invention may be made use of in doublewalled structures inv various relations' The main objects of this invention are:

First, to provide an improved sheet metal walled structure which is light andsimple and economical to produce and is easily and quickly: assembled- Second, to provide an 1 improved light sheet metal walled structure which is very rigid. Third,v to provide an improved structure of the class described,

in which the passage of heat through the prevented. 2

Further objeots and objects relating to details and economies of construction and v operation will definitely appear from the detailed description .to' follow.- I i I accomplish the objects of my invention by the devices and means describedin the following specification. The inventionisclearly defined and point-- i ed:out in the claims. y

-A str.uctur'e which is a preferred embodi- .ment of my invention is clearly illustrated in the accompanying drawing; forming a part of this specification, in which: Figure I isaperspective view of a 'struo tureembodying the features of my'inven tion. Fig. II is an=enlargeddetail horizontal section on a line corres' onding'to line '2 2of Fig. I. Fig. III is a detail perspective' view on a line corresponding to line 3-3 of Fig. I, one of the doors being partially open. Fig. IV is an enlarged vertical section on a line corresponding to line of Fig I. Fig.'.V is 'a detailtransverse-sec fa tion on a 11m corresponding to l1ne'55' of Fig. IV. Fig'VI'is a detail horizontal section .on a line corresponding to line 6--6 of Specification of Letters Patent.

' ularly SHEET-M TAL sits "on cnmnnr.

line-corresponding to. line 7 7 of Fig. I.-

"Fig. VIIIis adetail perspective View of the wall reinforcing and locking frame12. Fig.

Patented Feb. 25,1913. Application filed August 16 1912. Serial Ill'o. 715,365;

IX is a detailperspective view of the wall reinforcing and locking member 13. Fig. X is an enlarged detail on a line corresponding to line 10-10' of Fig. III; showing details of the door. Fi XI is a detail section on i a line corresponding to'line 1111 of Fig. I. Fig. XII is a detail vertical section on a line correspondlng'toline 1212 of Fig. V.

In the drawing, similar numerals of ref-.

erence refer to similar .parts throughout the several views, and the sectional views are taken looking in the directionof the little arrows at the ends of the section lines.

Referring to'the drawing, the structure illustrated comprises anouter wall member having. a rear'wall portion 1, top wall portion 2;, and bottom wall portion 3', formed integrally of sheet metal. These walls are provided with out-turned seam members 4 at their edges? The top and bottom. wall on the rear; top and'bottom wallsl described.

.walls toreinfgrce and brace thesame'and lock the wall seam together. These frames area tight fit when crowded into place with. in the Walls as'shown in the drawing.

The outer side wall members 7 have. angle port-ions 2-- -and 3am provided; withangle flanges 5', the arms 6 of these angle flanges ,being directedrearw ardly. The outer side walls 7 are provided with'flanges 8 at their top. bottom. and rearedge's, having seam members '9 coacting" withthe seam" members VIII ,and IX.are arranged within the In-practice; the frames'and outer wallsare 1 assembled by engaging the seams of one side wall with the seams of therear top'and bet 1,

tom walls, placing the frames 12 and 13 within the walls thus assembled loosely in a A diagonal position, engaging the seams of the.

"tom :wall andjforcing t-he frames into 1place, the rear "frame,12against'therear wa l and ,the'frontframe into-the angle flanges at otherosidezwall with the rear, top and bot- 1 its -This locks the wal the front oft-he top, bottom and side walls.

them so that the walls may be formed of comparatively light sheetfmetal", and, at'the same time, are very rigid and capable. of

withstanding' heavy loads and racking strains.

The rear frame member 12 'is formed of angle material arranged with its angles facing forwardly and outwardly. Comparatively li ht material is satisfactory and I preferab y form thesame out' from heavy sheet metal. The front frame 13 isalso of angle material" and isarranged in the angle flanges, as stated, and provided with angle extensions 14 which Iproj ectinwardly beyond the inwardly projecting arms of the wall angle flanges, The upright members of the frontframe 13 are provided with arms 15- which. lie against the front walls. See Fig. VI'. I

The rear inner wall 17 is provided with flanges 18 at its edges, arranged to embrace the forwardly-projecting arms of the frame .12. See Figs. II and IV. The inner side walls 27 are provided with shouldered flanges 28 at their rear edges, ,which engage the vertical edges of the rear inner wall-and clamthe same upon the frame 12 as shown in Flg. II. These side walls'are provided with outturned flanges 28 at the top and bottom engaging the top and bottom walls .2 and'3. See Fig. V. The inner side walls are provided with angle-flan cs 29 at their front edges'whichare secure to the angle extensions 14 ofthe-front. frame by means of the screws 25. See Figs. II and VI.- The inner bottom 19 is provided with a shoul deredflange 20 at itsrear end adapted to engage the-lower edge of the rear inner wall and=with an angle flange 21- at its front edge which is secured, to the extension 14 of the bottom piece ofJthe frame member 13. See Fig..IV. Thejtgg with -ashoulder flange 23 at its rear efid adapted to engage the upper edge of the rear inner wall an with an angle flange24 at its front end-secured to the angle extension of I so.

- By this arran the top piece of the frontframe member 13. See Figs. V and VII. The top and bottom inner walls are forced between the-side walls and constitute-'locking-and bracing members. ement'of parts, the walls are simple in, oim and: very easily assembled, and when assembled, the structure is very rigid, although made of light ma-.

. terial. Further, a double walled structure is secured which is of 'very eat advantage in safes and structures of lig t character. The flanges on the inner walls serve as wall spacllg members; 31nd alsoconstituteheat including' elementsfor. the seam joints b'e-- tweemtheiouteri sido-and top and bottom andv ogether and reinforces.

innerwall 22 is provided rearwalls. Owin' ,to the form'of the ioints,

the-same being 0 the interlocking or telescopin seam type, when the walls are expand'e by heat as in a, fire, considerable movement at the joints is possible without opening the same owing to their telescoping relation. This is a very advantageous feature.

In practice, I preferably close the seam by means of blow pipe welding, but this is mainly to secure the appearance of a solid structure, as it is not .an essential for the securing of the parts or making it a ri id structure. The front frame is prefera ly secured to the wall flanges in which it is arranged, byv spot welding. In the structure illustrated, both the inner and outer walls are rovided'with a lining 30 of asbestos.

Tlie doors'31 and 32 are also, chambered or double walled. These doors are formed of sheet metal, the rear edges of the outer walls being turned inwardly or flanged at 33 to form therear edges of the doors and"pro-.

vided with extensions 34 upon which the inner walls 35 are la ped. At its front ed e, the inner wall 0 the door 31 is provi ed with a slipped extension 36, while the front'edge of the outer wall 'is lapped over the same at 37 lapping the outer arm of the .channel' extension of the inner wall.

See Figs. III and X. This .provides a vertical. groove and rib. K

The door 32 is of the same construction at its rear edge asthat described for the door 31'. The front edge of the outer wall of the door is steplped at 38 to coact with the door 31 and is a so conformed to provide a channel 39" for the trou h 41 containing packin material 43. The oor 31- is provided wit provide packing channels 46 and 47. These packing channels are filled with a suitable fire-proof material, such as asbestos or magnesla. To assist in retaining the packing within the channels, I provide strips 48 .whi'chare secured to the wall flanges, as

shown in Figs. VI. and VII. By thus arranging the parts, the channels at the tolps and bottoms of the doors face forward y, while the channels at the edges of the doors face inwardly. The doors are: preferablyprovidedwith vertical ribs 49 'at their rear edges which class into the packing materiaL l lnprac latches of any vsuitable form, preferably tice, this packing is put into the channels in a plastic state and the doors closed against it, when it is allowed to set so as to secure a perfect joint.- p v Casters 51 are secured to the reinforcing bars 52 which are secured to the bottom flanges of the side walls, the caster rivets 52 being arranged therethrough as shown in 3 combination looks, but as these form no part a w of my present. invention,-I do not describe the same herein. By this arrangement of a parts, Isecure a sheet metal walled structure which is strong and-rigid, and, at-the same. time,- simple and economical in structure. effectively. withstands The structure also heat... In practice, the inner, walls areprovided with shelf ledges orother means for supporting the-shelves or the like. I have not illustrated the same'herein as. such supportsform no part of the present invention.

vWhile I have shown my improvements as embodied in a safe, they are also adapted for use in various structures, such as sheet metal boxes andthe'jlike, where it is desirable to'provide alight, rigid 'metal structure, and one which is'simple and economical. A further advantage of'my present construction is that by joining the parts as 'I have shown, a heavymassive appearance is secured which-is desirable in a structure ofthischaracter. v I have illustrated and thereof as rear, top, bottom and side walls. It will" be understood, however,

thatm y inventioii' might be embodied in a structure open at the top. and in such a structure, the walls corresponding to the .top and bottom walls of the structure would become side walls and the rear wall, strictly speaking, a bottom. ,I do not, however,

' wish tobe understood as restricting or' limit 'ing myself by the use of the terms top',

bottom and rear walls but have used such :terms as a matter: of convenience and in the interest of clearness. I have illustrated and described my improvem'ents in detailin asimple embodir ment thereof .1, have not attempted to illustrate or describe various modifications Q 3 possible and which' l contemplate, as l v believe such modifications will be'readiIy frame being arrange understood by those skilled in the art from the disclosures herein made, I desire, however, to be understood as claiming my invention specifically in' the form illustrated comprising rear, top and bottom portions the class described, the

provided with seam members at their edges,

the front ends of the top and bottom por. tionsbeing provided with angle flanges, outer side, Wall members having-flanges at their front edges and flanges at their top,

bottom and rear edges provided with seam members engaged with the seam members ofsaid top, bottom andrear walls,;angle frames arranged within said wall to lock said seamnlembers together, the rear frame being arranged against the 'rear' wall with its angles facing forwardly, the front frame being arranged in said angle flanges of said top, bottom and side walls withq'its angles facing rearwardly, a rear inner wall having flanges at its edges embracing said rear fra'me,inn'er side walls having flanges at the arms of said front frame, and reinforcing members secured to the bottom flanges of the side walls. I described my invention as I have embodied the same in a safe and have accordingly referredto the walls 2. In a structure of the class described, the combination with an outer wall member comprising rear, top and bottom portions provided with seam members at their edges, the front ends of the top tions being provided with. angle flanges,

outer side wall members having angle flanges at their front edges and flangeslat their top, bottom and rear edges provided with seam members engaged "with the members of said top, bottom and rear'walls, angle frames arranged within-sa1dwall to lock said seam members together; the rear frame being arranged against the rear Wall forwardly, the front with its an les fa'cin g in said angle flanges and bottom p'ortop-and bottom engaging the said top and III of said top, bottom and side walls, with its angles facing rearwardly, a rear inner wall having flanges atits edges embracing said rear frame, inner side walls having-shouldered flanges at their rear. edges engaging .the inner rear wall, their front edges being secured to said front frame, .andtop and bottom inner walls arranged between said inner side walls and having; shouldered flanges at their rear ends engaging said inner rear wall, their front ends being secured to said angle extensionsof said front frame.

'3; In a structure of 1 1 class described,

the combination with anouter wall member comprising rear, top and bottom rtions provided with seam members at the r edges,

- the front ends of the top and bottom portions being provided with angle flanges, outer side wall members having angle flanges at their front edges and flanges at their. top, bottom and rearedges provided with seam members'engaged with the seam members of said top, bottom and rear walls, frames ,;arranged within said wall to lock said-seam inembers together, the-rear frame being aring said topand bottom walls-and shouldered flanges at their rear edges engaging the inner =rear wa1l,-.their front edges being secured to saidfront frame, top and bottom inner walls arranged between said inner side walls and having shouldered flanges at their 7 rear ends engaging said inner rear wall,

their front ends being secured to-the rearwardly projecting arms of said front frame,

and reinforcing members securedrto the bottom flanges ofthe side. walls. 7 P 4;. In a structure of the class described, the

' combination with anouter wall member comprising. rear, top and bottom portions provided wlth seammembers at their edges,' the front ends of the top and bottom port-ions bezslggiwided with flanges, outer side havingflanges at their front wall h edges, the flanges at their top, bottomiand rear .edges being provided with seam'members engaged with-the seam members of said to bottom and rear walls, frames arranged within-said wall to lock said seam members together, the rear frame bein arranged amebei-ng against the rear wall, the front 7 arranged 1n said flanges of said top, bottom an r d alls, a rear inner wall' having flanges at its edges embracing said ,rear

frame, inner side walls having shouldered flanges at their Bdges engaging the inner rearwall, th ir front edges being secured to said frontframe, andtop and bo om inne walls' -,arranged between said inner side walls ha ing shouldered flanges-at their ends engaging Sa d inner rear ,wall, their fron ends beingsecured' to rearwardly proj ctia arm fsaid am -5 a structure of the class'deserib ed,

1 dered spacin combination of an outer wall' member comprising rear, top and bottom wall r-' tions provided with seam members at, t eir edges; outer side wall members provided with seam members engaged with the seam members of saidtop, bottom and rear walls; frames arranged with-in said .walls to reinforce the same and lock said seam members together; an inner rear wall; and inner to' bottom and'side walls having theirrear en 5 engaged with said rear -frame, their front en s being secured to said frontframe.

6,. Ina structure of the class described, the combination of an.'outer wall member comprising rear, top and bottom wall. or-

tionsprovided with seam members at teir edges; outer side wall members provided withseam memberslengaged with the seam members of said top, bottom and rear walls; an angle frame arranged within said walls to reinforce the same and lock said seam members together, said frame being arranged against the rear wall with its angles facing forwardly and outwardly; an inner rear wall arranged on the forwardly-projecting arms of said frame; inner top and bottom walls having" shouldered spacing flanges at their rearends-engaging said frame, and inner side walls havin shoul flanges at their rear -e gesengaging said rame. I,

7. In a structure of the class described, the combination of an outer wall member comprising rear, top'and bottom wall or- -tions provided with seam members at t eir edges; outer side wall members provided with seam members \engaged with the seam members of said top, bottom and rear walls; a frame arranged within said walls to IBIII-s force the same and locksaid seam" members together; an inner rear wall arranged on said frame; andinner top, bottom and side walls engagihg said frame,

combination of an outer wall member comprising'a' rear wall and opposed side wall v portions provided ,with seam members at their edges, opposed ,side wall members have 8. In a structure of the, class described, the

ing seam members engaged with the seam v members of said wall member, an angle frame arranged withinksai-dwalls to reinforce and locksaid seam members t said fram being arranged a ainst wall with its \angle facing orwardly and outwardly, an inner rear wall arranged on ether, erear theforwardlyrejecting arms of said frame,

and inner si e frame, 1

'9; Ina structure ofthe classdescribed,

walls engaged with said the combination of an outer wall member comprising a rear wall portionand opposed sid'ewall portions provided with seam memppos outer side wa l h r a he r e ges,

" rear edges engaging said frame.

ing rear, top and bottom wallportions provided with steam members at their edges and arranged within the flanges of the top and ing rear, top and bottom wallportions provi e 4 within said wallsto lock said; seam members with the seam members of said top, bottom and rearwalls'; and a frame member ar-.-

ing rear, top and bottom wall portions'proangle flanges at theirfi'bnt ends, side 'wall members provided with seam members engaging the seam members of said wall member, a rectangular frame arranged within said walls to reinforce the same and locksaid seam members together, aninner rear well supported by said frame, and inner side walls'having shoulder flanges at their 10. Inanstruct ure of the class described,

the combinationrof a wall member comprisangle flanges at theinfront ends; side wall members having seam members engaged with the seam members oflsaid top, bottom and rear wallsand angle flanges at their front edges and rectangular frame members arranged f'within said wallsto lock saidseamr-memb'ers together, the front frame member being arranged in the angle flanges. of saidto'p, bottom and side walls, all coacting for the "purpose specified. 11 Ina structu reof the classdesc ribed, the combination of a wall member comprising rear, top' and\bottom wall 'portionsprovided 'witlrseam members at their edges and flanges at. their froht ends; sidewall mem-' bers having seam members engaged with the seam members of the-top, bottom and rear Walls;' and rectangular frames arranged within said walls to lock said seam members 8 together, one of said frame, members being bottom walls; all coactingfor the purpose specified. g

1 2. In a structure of the class described, the combination of a wall member comprisd, with "seam members at their edges; side wall members having'seam members to engage with, the seam members of said to bottom and rear walls and-flanges at their front edges and rectangular frames arranged together, all coacting' for the purpose speci- 13. Ina structure of the class described, the combination of awall rhemberc'omprismg'rear, top and bottom wallportio'nsprd, Vided with seam members at their edges; andv flanges at their front ends; side wall members having seam members interlocking ranged withinth'eflanges of the top and ,bottom walls to engage the sidewalls to lock the seam'membersin engagement; all coacting for the purposespecifiedfi i 14. In a structure of the class' described, the combination of a wall member comprisvided' with seam members at their edges and members having seam members interlocking with the seam members of said top, bottom and rear-swans, and'angle flanges attheir front edges, and a rectangular framemem ber arranged within aid angle flanges of S id top, bottomand SldB walls to lock the seam members in engagement, 1 all coacting for the purpose specified.

15.,In a structure of the class described,

the combination of a wall member comprisingrear', top and bottom wall portions pro 7 vided with seammembers at their edges and flanges at their front ends, side wall mem bers having seam members interlocking with the seam members of said top, bottom and rear walls, and flanges at their front edges, and a retangularframe member arranged within said flan'gesoff. said top, bottom and side walls to lock the seam members in en,-

gagement, all coacting for thep'urpose speci- 16. In a structure of the class described, the combinationof a wall member comprising a" rear wall. portion and opposed side wall portions provided-with seam members at their edges,- opp'oshd side walls having flanges provided with seam members interlocking withthe seam members of said'wall member,and a frame arranged within-said" .locksaifd walls ,to reinforce the sameand seam members together;

17.. In a.structure ofthe class "described,

the combination of a wall member comprisingrear and opposed side wallportions provided'with seam members at their edges,

opposed side wall members provided with,

scant members interlocking with the seam arranged within said walls'to reinforce the same and lock said seam;m'embers together.

"18. In a structilre of the class described,

the combination, of an outer wall member comprising top, bottom and rear wall bor tions provided with seam members at their I edges, the front ends of the top and bottom portions being provided with flanges, outer side wall members havfilng flanges at their edges, the flanges at I e 7 top, bottpmand. rear-edges being provided with seam mem bers enga'gedwi th the seam members of said bottom and rear walls; reinforcing members arranged within the flanges at the bottom of the said side wall members, frames arranged within saidwall to lo'ck' said seam members,

together, vthe rear frame :being arranged.

against the rear wall, the from frame being arranged in'the flanges atthe'fi'ont edges pf sa d top, bottom and side -walls, "said frames being disposedto rest'on 'saidirein- I 100 members of said wall niember, and a frame being in engagement with the top, the rear edges,of said side walls being in engagetheir front en ment with said rear wall, their front edges being secured to the front frame, and inner to and bottom walls arranged between said si e walls en aging said rear inner wall, s being secured to said front frame.

19..In' a structure ofthe class described,

the combination of an outer wall member comprising top, bottom and rear wall por-. tions provided-with seam members at their edges, the front ends of the top'and bottom portions being provided. with flanges, outer side wall members having flanges at their edges, the flanges at the top,bottom and rear walls, reinforcingmembrs arranged with ing on the said reinforcing members, the up edges being provided with seam members engaged with the seam members of said-bottom and rear walls, reinforcing members arranged within the flanges at. the bottom of the said side wall members, and frames arranged within said wall to lock said seam members together, the rear frame being arranged against the rear wall, the front frame- :being arranged in the flanges at the, front Q edges of the to bottom and side walls, said T frames being isposed to rest on said reinin the flanges at the bottom of the said side wall members, frames arranged within said.

wall to lock said seam members together, said frames being disposed to rest. on said reinforcing members, a rear inner wall, inner side walls having bottom flanges restper ends of said side walls being in engagement with the top, their rear edges being in engagement wlth said rear wall, their r to r 21-. In a structure of the class described,

th W8. wall members; and frames arranged within front edges being secured to the front-frame,-

and inner top and bottom walls arranged between said side walls engaging said rear inner wall, their front ends being secured the front frame.

:the combination. of an outer wall member comprising top, bottom and rear wall portions'provlded with seam members at. their edgess-outerside wall members having flanges at" their top, bottom andrearedges provided with seam members engaged with the: seam members of said bottom and rear walls, reinforcing members arranged w1thin' at, the bottom of-the said side said wall to lock said seam members together, said frames being disposed to rest vsaid reinforcing members.

- 22. a structure of the class described, the combination of the outertop, bottom and side walls having angle flanges at their front edges; an angle frame arranged in said flanges, the rearwardly-projecting arms of said frame being provided with angle extensions; inner walls having angle flanges secured to said angle extensions of said frame; strips secured to said inner wall flanges to coact therewith and with the angle extensions of said frame to provide packing channels; and a pair of doors having ribs on their rear edges arranged to close against the packing in the vertical channels, said doors being rabbeted at the top and bottom to overlap the packin in the channels at the top and bottom 0 the doors. 5

23. In a structure of the class described, the combination of the outer to bottom and side walls having'flanges at t eir front edges; an angle frame arranged in said flanges with its angles facing rearwardly, the; rearwardly-projecting arms of sald frame being provided with angle extensions;

inner walls having angle flanges secured to said angle extensions of said upright and top and bottom pieces; strips secured to said inner wall flanges to coact therewith'and with the angle extensions of said uprights and top and bottom pieces to provide packing channels about the door openings; and packing arranged in said channels.

24. In a structure of the class described, the combination with the outer top, bottom and side walls; an angle frame arranged in said walls with its angles facing rearwardly, the rearwardly projecting arms of said frame being provided with angle extensions; inner walls having angle flanges secured to said angle extensions of said frame and coacting therewith to provide packing channels about the door opening; packin arranged in said channels; and a pair of oors havlng ribs on their edges arranged to close against the packin in the vertical channels and being rabbete at the top and bottom to overlap the packing-in the channelsat the top and bottom of the door.

25. In'a structure of the class described,

the combination with the outer top, bottom and side walls; an angle frame arranged in said walls with the angles facing reafrs wardl the rearwardlyrojecting arms of said rame being rovi ed with angle extensions; inner we is having angle flanges secured to said angle extenslons and: coacting therewith to provide channels about the door 0 ening; and packing arranged in said 26. A structure of the class described pro-v I beted to close against theipacking in the vided with a dooropeninghaving packing I channels att-he top'a'nd bottom of the door. channels about the same, the channels at the opening. I, top and bottom of the door opening facing In Witness whereof, I havehereunto set door opening facing inwardly; packing arf Witnesses. 1 i I ranged in said ohannelsyand doors having PETER'M. WEGE. [L.s.] ribs on their rear edges arranged to-close i 7 5 l K Witnesses: a gainst't-he packing-at the sides'of the door; I r CARL S. HEs'rER, 10 the top and bottom of the door being rabb i FJ-Jr EQKARDT.

forwardly, the channels at thesides of the my hand and seal the presence of two 1.5

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US2492422 *Mar 21, 1945Dec 27, 1949James GovanFire resistant receptacle
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Classifications
U.S. Classification109/74, 109/80, 109/84
Cooperative ClassificationE05G1/024