|Publication number||US1444376 A|
|Publication date||Feb 6, 1923|
|Filing date||Sep 13, 1921|
|Priority date||Sep 13, 1921|
|Publication number||US 1444376 A, US 1444376A, US-A-1444376, US1444376 A, US1444376A|
|Inventors||Guyse Harry H, Guyse William M|
|Original Assignee||Guyse Harry H, Guyse William M|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (3), Classifications (7)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
Feb. 6, 1923. 4,444,474.
W. M. GUYSE ET AL.
METAL BUILDING LATH. 'HLED sEPT.13.1921.
WILLIAM i. G-UYSE AND HARRY H. GUYSE, F BILLINGS, IIEONTANA.
METAL BUILDING LATE-I.
Application led September 13, 1921. Serial No. 500,294.
To all w/Lom-z'tmag/ concern: cordance with this invention will produce Be it known that we, WILLIAM M. GUYSE satisfactory results. and Hmm: H. GUYsn, citizens of the United Each lath has a plurality of oblong sta-g- States, residing at Billings, in the county of gered openings 7 punched therethrough in 55 Yellowstone and State of Montana, have a manner which will provide a smooth front invented certain new and useful Improveface against which the plastic material is ments in Metal Building Laths, of which engaoed. Inclined lianges 8 project rearthe following is a specification. wardly from each of the openings as illus- The present invention relates to metal trated to advantage in Fig. 3 of the draw- 60 10r building laths and has primarily for an obings. Furthermore as shown in Figs. 3 and ject the production of a lath simple in con- 5 of the drawings thel openings 7 are of a struction and easy of application. substantially truncated cone shape in cross A co-ordinate object of the invention is section to provide relativeljT large openings to provide an inexpensive metal lath with in the front for the plastic material to en- 65 which the plastic material may be quickly gage, whereas the rear end of each opening and conveniently engaged and in view of is constricted to limit the volume of plasthe peculiar formation of the lath will be tic material passed therethrough. Conselocked from displacement or disintegration. quently, the plastic material, indicated in The above and other objects of this inthe drawings at 9 presents a smooth finished 70 2O vention will be in part described and in face on `the front of the lath and permits part understood from the present preferred an overflow of the plastic material through embodiment of the invention taken in con the flanges or lips 8 on the back of the nection with the accompanying drawings lath serving to unite or bond the plastic wherein material to the lath. It is of course apparent 75 Fig. l is a fragmentary front elevational that when the plastic material hardens it view of laths constructed in accordance with will be as a unit with the lath 6 thereby rethis invention; ducing possibility of breakage or disinte- Fig. 2 is a similar view showing the plastic gration to a minimum. material and woodwork applied to the lath; The use of a lath 'constructed in accord- 80 Fig. 3 is a vertical sectional view of the ance with this invention will enable a same; plasterer to scratch-coat five hundred yards Fig. 4 is a detail fragmentary rear elevaof lath per day whereas it is recognized in tional view illustrating the manner in which use of laths at lthe present time that it is the plastic material projects therethrough; diflicult for a plasterer to scratch-coat more S5 and j than three hundred yards per day. Also Fig. 5 is a fragmentary vertical sectional the amount of plastic material used to cover view of o-ne of the laths per se showing to this surface is materially reduced since it advantage one of the punched out openis possible to use a thinner' coat of the plasings of the lath. tic material in view of the peculiar manner 90 A single lath constructed in accordance of bonding the latter to the lath. Also the with the present invention consists of .a lath can be .made relatively larger than metal sheet 6 which in the present instance standard lathe to reduce the amount of is shown to be of an oblong configuration `trame work used to which the lath secured` and is relatively thin. lt is of course to be Various changes may he made iu this de- 95 understood that the lath vmay be made in vice especially in the details ot construction,
any desired size, of any preferred conproportion and arrangement of parts withiiguration and of any suitable gauge metal out departing from the spirit and scope of in order that the best results might be obthe invention as covered by the appended tained for the particular work undertaken. claim. 4 100 so It has been found from experiment, however, What is claimed is that a lath constructed substantially in ac- A metal lath for plastic walls including an integra-l metal body provided. with openings punched through from the plastic receiving side of the body to provide a lip on each side of each opening through which the plastic material is forced from the plastic receiving side of the lath substantially as described.
In testimony whereof We uix our sigmatures in presence of two witnesses.
. 'WLLIAM M. GUYSE.
HARRY H. GUYSE. Witnesses i J. M. V. Gooi-IRAN, DOMENIK DESENTZ.
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|U.S. Classification||52/675, D05/2, D25/142|
|International Classification||E04F13/04, E04F13/02|