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Publication numberUS1759457 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMay 20, 1930
Filing dateSep 7, 1928
Priority dateSep 7, 1928
Publication numberUS 1759457 A, US 1759457A, US-A-1759457, US1759457 A, US1759457A
InventorsKamin Albert A
Original AssigneeKamin Albert A
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Screen slide
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A. A. KAMlN SCREEN SLIDE May 20, 1930 Filed Sept. '7, 1928 [70 2/612 far.-

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Patented May'20, 1930 ALBERT A. KAMIN, OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS SCREEN SLIDE Application filed September 7,1928. Serial No. 304,402. g

This invention relates to an improvement in screen slides, and relates particularly to a metallic screen slide adapted to be attached to the blind stop at each side of a window frame, and an object of the invention is the provision of a metal slide of this nature constructed so as to have no exposed sharp edges, and also provided with improved means for attachment in the form-of slight depressions and partial perforations to permit the convenient penetration of small screws or brads.

A further object is the provision of an air space between the engaging sides of the screen slide and the'screen adapted to beinserted therein.

Other objects will appear hereinafter.

The present application constitutes a substitute application for applicants previously filed application Serial No. 120,278, filed July 2 3, 1926, entitled Window slide.

The invention consists in the combination and arrangement of parts hereinafter described and claimed.

The invention will be best understood by reference to the accompanying drawings forming a part of this specification, in which:

Fig.1 is a front elevational view of the device of the invention, secured upon each side of a window frame of a type ordinarily used so in frame house construction, with a half screen held in place by the slides;

Fig. 2 is an enlarged section taken upon the line 22 of Fig. 1;

Fig. 3 is a perspective view of the device of the invention secured to the blind stop of window frame construction such as is ordinarily employed in brick buildings;

Fig. 4 is a sectional view of the construction shown in Fig. 3;

Fig. 5 is a perspective view of the upper portion of the screen slide of the present invention.

The manner of attachment of the slide of the invention is the same whether used in connection with the frame type of window casing or the type used in brick building construction, as in either type the slide is preferably attached to the blind stop which extends vertically upon each side of the casing.

As illustrated in the drawings, a pulley stile 8 is disposed upon theside of the window frame and is provided with the usual parting stop 9. The'device of the invention, which is adapted to be attached to the blind stop 10 comprisesa rear fiat'portion 11 and side po'r 'tions 12 which are preferably angles to the rear portion 11.

C3 bent at right For the purpose of avoiding exposed sharp edges, each the parallel lateral pro]ections 12 is preferably bent upon itself to form a bead 13, and as thisbead is preferably inwardly as shown in Fig. 5, an air space is provided at thecorner edges of the screen 14: whichfits intothe slide, and this construction facilitates the evaporation of moisture which accumulates in damp or rainy weather, having the o5 effect ofprolonging the life of the wooden screen.

As illustrated in the drawings, the pre-' ferred embodiment contemplates use in connection with half screens-o ployed, and for thispurpose rdinarily em it 15 but necessary to extend the slides approximately half the distance between the window silland the head of the window, and tate insertion and removal 0 the outer flange of each slide also to facilif the screens, is preferably cut away. adjacent the top as shown at 15 for a short distance and at the base of the cut away portion the outer flan erably inclined downwardlyl' The slides of the invention ge is also prefg so may be composed of any suitable-metal or metal alloy,

and greater durability may be" obtained by using non-ferric materials such as copper or bronze. ment, the rear portion 11 0f As an aid to convenient attacheach. slide is provided atsuitablyspaced intervals, preferably, five or six inches apart, with an indentation 16 which partly perforates the metal so as to permit ready penetration of the brad or screw in attaching the window frame. The channel shaped cross slide upon the sectional conit to be used the oldertypes of retaining means, although as new screens aresubstituted they may be less expensive construction.

supplied with fiat edges, which affords a The slides of 0 the invention are economical to manufacture,

durable in use,and extremely convenient to attach. Further, the bead provided upon the V inner sideofeach slide flange acts as a reinforcement of .theedge portion and'also adds to the ease with which the screen may be inserted orwithdrawn. Also, the provision of iangair-space v permits relatively rapid.

evaporation of moisture. that usually accu- 10 mulates along the screen edges in' damp or rainy weather. After attachmentptheslides.

constitute apermanent part of the window frames and are of relatively small dimension whereby they are inconspicuous when the screens are removed.

W'hilelhave illustratedand describedthe preferred form of construction for carrying my, inventionuinto effect, it ,is capable of Va .Vriation; and modification without departing go'fi 'om the spirit of-the invention. Therefore,

I ;do, not;wish:to be limited tolthe precise' details of constructionnset forth, but desire to avail myself of such variations andamodi- V ficationsascOme Within the scope of the ap- 25 pended claims. 1 r 7 Having thus'described my invention, what I claimas new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent-isgg i V i V 1.,A; screen slide adapted .tobe attached 39 tothegblind stop of a window frame forengaging the edgeofra screen, comprising a channelshaped member. having a fiat-portion adapted to be disposed against said blind stop, and two parallel lateral sidefiange por- 3 5 tions, each,.o f said flange portions being bent channel-shaped member havinga flat por+ .tion adapted tobe disposed against .saidblind stop, and twoparallel lateral side flange por- 50, tions,-each of; said flange. portions being bient inwardly uponitself for; a short: distance, said entire channel shaped member .ada ted to, extend substantially half the distance roni thegwindow sill to the, Window head, and the 55;, upper portion gofonejof said side flange por-v tions being cut awayatthenpperend thereof to facilitate insertion and removal of a screen Z flat portion provi ded with a plurality of spaced indentations for the receptuition of fastening elements, substantially as de cr bed- Intestimony-whereof I have signed my name to this specification; 7

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US5954111 *Jul 16, 1998Sep 21, 1999Ochoa; Carlos M.Overhead door track structure
US6082429 *Mar 5, 1999Jul 4, 2000Ochoa; Carlos M.Stiffeners for sectional overhead doors
US6250361Sep 2, 1999Jun 26, 2001Icom Engineering IncorporatedStiffeners for sectional overhead doors
Classifications
U.S. Classification49/440, 16/96.00R
International ClassificationE06B9/52
Cooperative ClassificationE06B9/52
European ClassificationE06B9/52