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Publication numberUS1794684 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMar 3, 1931
Filing dateApr 23, 1929
Priority dateApr 23, 1929
Publication numberUS 1794684 A, US 1794684A, US-A-1794684, US1794684 A, US1794684A
InventorsHandel Charles E
Original AssigneeHandel Charles E
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Anchor for veneered concrete structures
US 1794684 A
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March 3, 1931. c. E. HANDEL ANCHOR FOR VEEERED CONCRETE STRUCTURES Filed April 23, 1929 liafented 3, 1931 rar CHARLES E. HANDEL, OF 1ll/"IN'IllllRSlElT, IOWA .ANCHOR FOR VENEER/ED CONCRETE STRUCTURES Application filed April 23,

to which the veneer is applied. l

Therobject of myinvention is tov provide .v

a simple, durable and inexpensive means wherebythe said anchor devices may be easily and quickly applied to the-'anchor'securing means, and when se applied will rigidly and firmly secure Jdiek veneer in position adjacentto the outer face of the concrete wall. i Y 1 A furthervobject is to' provideananchor securing meanswhich maybe permanently fixed in the concrete .wall and so constructed that the anchors may.be'eas'ilyrapplied. and adjusted to layers oi'veneer at various thicknesses. Y

A further 5 securing meanswhich may be permanently secured in the concrete wall and when so'Y secured lies within the outer suriace of the wall so that the veneer may b-e applied without hindrance from'said anchor device. i My invention consists in the construction',

arrangement and combination of the various 'l parts of thc device, whereby the objects contemplated yare attained, as hereinafter more fully set forth, vpointed out in my claims, and r illustrated in the accompanying drawings,

in which:

Figure 1 is a perspective view illustrating a portion of a concrete wall showing the inanner in which my improved device is applied rthereto and the manner in which the veneered wall is anchored to said concrete wall.

Figure 2 is a perspective view of a segmented port-ion of the mold or iorm in which rthe concrete wall is built, showing the man- Vner in which my improved device is applied to said wall before the concrete is poured.

Figure 3 is ak perspective view of one of the members of my improved device. i Figure Iobject is to provide an anchor i is a perspective view of another 1929. Serial No. 35"?,5'77.

one of the members of my improved device;l

and Y Figure 5 thereto.

is a detail sectional view of. the

concrete formand of my device applied rlhe numeral@v v1() indicates the inner wall e form, and 11 the outer wall-of of a concret said form, Which is spaced there-from with the usual ties 12.

and tied My improved device comprises a some-u what channel shaped form plate 13, ofsnb-vv stantially l! outer edges -shaped cross section, having its providedwith laterally project?, u ing flanges le, said flanges lyingin acoinmon.` piane ,and parallel with the lbody of the mem,- ,I

' loer 13,thev apex edge of themember 13 have ing a series of elongated openings lwhich are spaced apart a considerable distance.I

Another member ci' my device comprises 7, what l shall term anfanchor support, which.

is formed of a single piece of wire 0r-rod16, j-

plane, showing that-the Loops 17 Lmaybe inserted in the opening 15 vwiththebody por tion `16 mounted within the channel of the` in the drawings.

Spacing blocks k18 yare provided, for retaining the body member 16 at the'desiredl distance from the, memberl 13. lThe blocl{s.18- have vbeveled faces. 19 `designed to ittheinner faces of vthe the block 18 member v13, andthe lower en d of is provided with a groove 2O `for receivingene of the looped portionslof the member `16, in the, manner clearly illusy member 13, are supported in Acommon Amember 13, in themanner clearly. illustrated,

trated vin Figure 4, This provides lmeans for ietamincv the block in position while the bodyY member y i5 i the vmember 1'? mounted tlicrein,serving tol".`I

preventv the s y,eing. placedinf position within bleclr from turning, or .fr-otatingg about thefinember 16the enter face of the; blocir 18 having greove ,21 for receiving.r

the member After` thel assembled, the member 13 is then placed in an upright position adjacent to the inner tace of the form 11, and temporarily secured in positionrby means of nails or other suitable devices 22, the nails being driven through 4 1.N .L f' J. c

or adjacen-u to ene einer edges or the flanges le, with a portion oiQ trie nail heads orerlapping the said members Any number ot these members 13 may be secured to the inner 'face the Wall.

he concrete Q3 may then be poured into the space between the walls 10 and 11, portions or". which Will pass through the inwardly projec ig ends ot the loops 1'?, in the manrer illustrated in Figure, thereby providing me ns for anchoring the member 16 pernianenti y t le end t the channel or" the member 13, sai member being cast int-o the Wall 2li.

By reierrir o to Figure 5 it ivi? the members 1S mounted L, inner tace oit the ivall 11, a liile the 'nner edge ot the member 13 is supoorted Within the so that the be seen that adacent to the Wall a considerable di; f spaces are provided b- 13 d tire said member Alfter the form wall 11 has'been removed,

Vvertical groove-s 26 Will be provided'in the outer tace of the Wall 2li, in ivhich the vertical members 15 are mounted, so that anchor devices `27, which are preferably oi V -shaped 'formation and made of Wire or other suitable material, may be inserted through the openings Q5 with the body ot. the anchor 2'? resting on the top surface ot the if'eneer block or brick 28, alterl Which mortar may be covered over the anchor 27 and a new course vof block laid.

By this arrangement it will be seen that any number oic Vthe anchors 27 may be used, so that the veneer Wall may befrigidly sup,- porteo in position, the vertical members 16 providing means whereby the mason laying the veneer blocks need pay but little attention to the alineinent oit the bloclrs relative to the anchor devices, inasmuch as the anchors 27 i. are slidably mounted on the member 16 and ot simple, durable and comparatively cheap Y construction, which may be'easily and quick- 1y applied to the forms of the mold for forming the concrete Wall, and when so applied the device will be permanently and rigidly Y iredin said Wall and provide means whereby anchor devices may be quickly and easily ap-V plied as the veneer Wall is laid.

l claim as my invention: Y

1. An anchor supporting device comprising a substantially s -shaped form plate have ing a series oi openings in its apex edge, any

anchor support termed of a rod or Wire provided "with lJ-shaped and laterally extending ijioaaa bent portions projected through the openings of said plate, With the body member of said support Within the angular groove of said plate, and spacing blocks between said support and the inner tace of said plate.

2. iin anchor supporting device comprising a substantially V-shaped plate having a laterally extending flange on each ot its side edges, and a central portion providedrwith spaced and elongated openings in common alineinent and longitudinally of said plat-e, an anchor support formed of a Wire or rod provided vith a series ot U-shaped and laterally projecting loops in a common plane, the loops beingl supported Within and projecting through the openings of said plate with the body portion of said support Within the groove of said plate, so as to form spaces between the inner face of the groove of said plate and the body members of said support, said body members being supported substantially parallel With the tace of said plate, and series of anchor devices mounted on said 3. .ein anchor supporting ,devicecomprisg a substantially if-shaped plate having a terally ei;

tending on each of its side edges, and a central portion provided With with the bodyfportion otsaid support Within the groove or" said-plate, so as to term spaces `between the inner face ot the groove of said plate and the body members of said support,

v`said body members being su'pporte-d'substantially parallel with the face of said plate, a series'ot' anchor devices mounted on said body port-ions, and a .series oil' spacing blocks in unted between said body portions and sait plate. A f

' f 'CHARLES E. HANDEL.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification52/709, 52/713, 52/706, 52/379
International ClassificationE04B1/41
Cooperative ClassificationE04B1/4178
European ClassificationE04B1/41M