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Publication numberUS1090312 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMar 17, 1914
Filing dateJan 26, 1909
Priority dateJan 26, 1909
Publication numberUS 1090312 A, US 1090312A, US-A-1090312, US1090312 A, US1090312A
InventorsMaurice Lachman
Original AssigneeUniversal Electric Welding Company
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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M. LAGHMAN.

METALLIC STRUCTURE.

APPLICATION FILED JAN.26, 1909.

1,090,312. Patented Mar.17,1914.

F F551? f f Q 'P "3 9 H v 5 WITNESSES: uvmvr'on MaumceLac/rman 7 Sr 'fi mAmu ATTORNEYS UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

MAURICE LACHMAN,

OF NEW YORK, N. Y., ASSIGNOR TO UNIVERSALELECTRIG WELDING COMPANYE; OF NEW YORK, N. Y., A. CORPORATION OF NEW YORK.

METALLIC- s'riwc'runn.

To all'whom it may concern.

- Be it known that I, lVlAtmIcn LAOHMAN, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of New York, in the county .of'Ncw York and State of New York,'have' invented a certain new and useful Metallic Structure,

'of which the following is a specification.

*My invention relates to metallic structures or fabrics such as used for reinforcement I poses and jao for concrete work, lathin and other purcomprising memdmrs crossing one another and secured together at their intersections by suitable fastenin 's.

The invention is particu arly useful in connection with metallic structures. or fabrics whichare to be used for reinforcement for concrete work, such as for joining sections of metallic fabric together or for fastening the members of the fabric or structure at their points of intersection.-

One of the objects of the invention is to operation can be quickly .and securely done by the workmen atthe place it is desired to usethe fabric. a r i Another object is to provide the members of a metallic structure with means-whereby they can be readily and quickly secured together, thesemeans being permanently located on one ofthe members "when detached, whereby they can be shipped in bundles andcan be'quickly secured-attheir intersecting points when desiredto form the fabric OIjStIllCtUlG and proper'spacing attained.

A s'till further object is to provide a bar or wire with clips welded to it at intervals apart'by means of which the bar or wire may be secured to a companion member. whereby reinforcements for use in any shaped form may be attained.

o these ends the invention consists in the improved metal fabric or structure hereinafter described and claimed.

The invention also consists in the improved manner of joining the sections of metal fabric and further consists in the improved manner offastening the members of a metallic structure to each other.

The invention consists still further in providing-tension .or similar bars or wires with Specification of Letters Patent. Patented lffll. 17, 1914. Application filed January 26, 1909. Serial No.

clips elcctricallywelded thereto and provided with ears whereby they may be secured to a' connecting bar or other companion member. i

In the accompanying drawings Figure 1 enlarged section through a tension wire and clip before welding and illustrates the preferred-method of securing the clip to the wire. F ig. 6 is a similar view after weld ing. Fig. 7 is a developed plan of the preferred formof cl ip.- Fig. 8 illustrates the manner of forming the reinforcement for a concrete column.

In the various figures of the drawings, one'of the members or tension wires of the fabricor structure is indicated at 1, while 2 indicates the distributing wires or ion members.

It "isth'e usual practice in metal fabric used for concrete reinforcen'ient to form the tension wire as a round wire or rod and the distributing wire fiat and I will herein show themes such, but I do notlimit myself to companthe same as other suitable forms might be p of my invention. Also where the term "'w1re-1s employed it will be understood thatieither a w1re rod, bar or other similar or equivalent member is meant.

employed without departing from the spirit 3 indicates clips which in the preferred form are flat strips ofmetal' and electrically welded to the surface of the tension wires 1. This electric welding of the clips and tension'wires might be effected in any suitable way, such as for instance, providing a point or projection 4 on the clip 3 as shown in Fig. 5, passing anel'ectric current through a v the wire and .clip and pressing them together in the line of the projection, the weld when finished being shown in Fig. (3. The point at which the clips are preferably welded to the tension wires is indicated at 5'. r

In the drawing Fig. 1, I'show two sections of metal fabric, the intersecting tension wires 1 and distributing wires abeing secured to each other at their inter ec- GMSIfi of the clips 3 pass' thi'ough v Hugs-18, in the connecting bars and are turned v over againsfi'thelopposite side of'the. bars 7, thusfholdin'g. the tension wiresl'to the bars ..7-,' the'clips of the tension wire of one section. wbein'g fastened to thc" jconnec'ting bars7. at v I .joiningsections said clips having-their free "ends attached I ismadefup rigid at the factory andcomplete being -preferably welded in itself, "the, tension and? distributing wires their intersections.- in anytsuitable manner;

I {Thegend tension wires of each" section are iprovidedwith f ed'thereto as oreviously described, the clips I being r prefer the 1 clips 3 electrically weldly; located between the dis tributing wires of the section,

part of the wires.1 These sections. are shipped in this way, that iswith "the clips secured to 'the end-tension wires} Eachclip I is provided with; a pair :ofprojectingearsfi, -whi h arepref'erably the free ends 'ofth'e' stiipffOImifigthecl-iptSJ-f I v er r f- I fabric than isilobtained*byfany" one 'section,'-.

two or more sections maybefj oinedtogether,- in .the following. -manner, -11? indicates" con-[- neeting bars preferably formed-"of flat ma} 3 I teri al similar to the distributing wires 2,1and r 8- indicates openings suitably -.forn1ed in'said :bars near either endithe'reofl; as shown The When it is. desiredtofhave the openone; end andthe clipssecured to the tension rod of another se-ctionzbeing fastened {to the spaced apart the" proper distributing-"wires o be. I II I wires are preferably provided with Openings;

- gba rsT'siiitablyxlocated to receive the ears -6. 'j Thus itfwill be seen that by so preparing the tension and distr buting wires ,,the same can -be" easily, a'ndquickly fastened together at sionr and distributing wires over each other the-twosections togeth connecting bar at the other-end, thusjoining' .35 i i lVhe n' it is desired toprovi distributing wires-of-s'uch size that .it would 7 be-im'practical to ship them securely fastened v I I together. 'as' a fabric, the tension wires .are

each provided with clips; 3 electrically weld- .cd thereto =as ,f previously described. and

The distributing similar to the openings 8 in the; connecting their intersectionsjby merely'laying theten+ I in\ -'suchposition that the ears 6 Will'pass through-the openings 8 after which ablow so preparing the wires, the workman from aihainrner Will bend them over. and clench "them against the distributing Wire.

does nothave toproperly spacethe wires as-the clips 3 are securely fastened to'the to for convenience in. shipping, the ears 6 might be bent against the'periphery' of the wire 1 and readily opened out when desired tension wires and the-openings are definitely located in the distributing wires.- Obviously tojforin theifabric. The fabric is illustrat d "in-Fig.4.1 v j -Ire'ferably the clip 31 is formed as shown" to each other .at-inore'clearly'in Fig, 7 from'apiecejofiflat v I I although they might, -ifdesired,:bc secured to-some other able op'e'nin of the exact the end members de. tension and sections by said 'c1i; s..-;

' with.

distance for the .ing c ia plingbats." I 4. In ametallic fabric, the combination ably of smaller width than the body of the stock and provided withthe-ea rs- 6 formed on the free ends thereof. The cars Gare prefer: I 7

clip so as to form-shoulders 10 which limit the extent that the earsproject through the- 8 and also for1n-abutments against connecting bars-- -I'n FigQS I is illustrated the 'lnannerbf I formingthe reinforcement for-a concrete openings I I which the ears Gfclamp the 7 ordistributingwires 2.

column in which the'rods 9 corresponding-to the tension wires ;1 are each provided with gs in the bands. 7 a manner as" described and which in this case. I

clips .B'the ears of which are secured suitpreviously I I n acl'rcular form 'asshown'. 4

are bent I form shoWn' enemy use other forms WillCll convenience" may; d ctate with- Y Amtamc mr ms m mas-1,

' flout departing QErOm thQ spirit of the invens'ections, each made -"up of intersecting member's, fastening-clips electrically welded to to, said coupling bar.

ofeaChSe'ct ion", and a coil-Q pling bar extending between the'cllps of a'd I I a In ametal-fabric,'the combination'with intersecting .members, of clipselectrically a number of sections of fabric consisting of;

and connec'tin; g-v bars secured to adjoining In .v

number of sect-ions I of .fabri cIfconsistin'tersecting members, of clips eleca metal fabricg the combination" tricallyweld'ed to the end members of each s section and-couplingbars joining the sec:

tions together; said cli s being-,providedf with means for fastenin ,hemfto said couwith a number of sectionsof fabric consisting-of intersecting members,v of clips electrically welded to. the section, connecting, rods or bars provided with openings-therein,

to said clips adapted- .connecting bars through" said openings.

Y Signed at New York in the county of New York and State'of New York, this 25th day end members of each and free ndsfseeured to be clamped to. said

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Classifications
U.S. Classification52/649.1, 52/660
Cooperative ClassificationE04C5/06