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Publication numberUS1809413 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJun 9, 1931
Filing dateOct 20, 1926
Priority dateOct 20, 1926
Publication numberUS 1809413 A, US 1809413A, US-A-1809413, US1809413 A, US1809413A
InventorsJoseph Hirshstein
Original AssigneeJosam Mfg Company
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Drain
US 1809413 A
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Jne 9, 1931.

DRAIN Filed Oct. 20, 1926 llllllii SM1/awa J. HlRsHs'rElN 1,809,413

Patented June 9, 1.931

j, UNHT-STTS JOSEPH I-IRSHSTEIN,

TUBING COMPANY,

OF CLEVELAND, OHIO,

OF CLEVELAND, OHIO,

A Conroe-Arion or .DELAWARE DRAIN' Application filed.l October 20, 1926.

This invention pertains to drains for roofs or ioors and more :particularly to. the prol vision of means for effecting a water tight 5.0 and the floor material.

' the enclosing material.

connection between the side of the drain and The usual practice for maintaining a water tight connection be tween the drain body and the floor or roof,

is to employ a sheet of waterprooling material which is placed beneath the floor, and is shaped to surround the drain body. form of means for securing the flashing has necessitated the drilling and tapping of the drain body at spaced points. This cannot be done in a satisfactory manner, except at the f manufacturing plant, and consequently con siderable caution must be exercised 1n preparing the proper drain for each order, since some drains do not require the clamping apparatus. l

An object of the present invention is to provide means for holding the flashing in place against the drain body, without neces sitating the use of a tapped opening in the body, and without requiring cementing material, or the making of any holes through the flashing. Thus l provide fastening means which may be readily installed on the job in an expeditious manner.

T he preferred means for carrying out my invention is shown in the drawings, wherein Fig. 1 is a plan view of a drain having my invention embodied therein; Fig. 2 is a vertical section talren through the drainon a plane indicated by the line 2--2 in Fig. l; Fig. 3 is a similar section showing one of the clamping members in position for removal; Fig. 4t is a perspective view of one of the fasteningmembers; and Fig. 5 is a perspective view of part of the drain body.

The drain illustrated is one wherein the body 1() is provided with an adjustable head 11, which is adapted to be positioned flush with the floor or roof level, and is also provided with a seepage collecting panV or receptacle 12. The pan surrounds the drain body and is adapted to discharge into the drain through openings 13, any liquid which may be collected by the pan. This pan collects liquid which may leak between the drain Consequently, in

One

Serial No. 142,983.

orderto prevent leakage from working under the floor, or'through it, a layer of water proofing material indicated at 14, extends a material distance neath the surfacing material. proofing material or flashing against the pan l provide a ring .which isV arranged to engage a horizontal seat in the bottom ofthe pan. To hold this flashing firmly in, position,

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from the drain and be This 'water-V is usually of` lead. To hold the flashing downwardly.

n employ a plurality of y spaced clamping members kpreferably three7 which are spaced equi-distantly around the body, and are providedwith means for'urging the ring downwardly into clampingk engagement with the flashing.

Each clamping member is so made that it may be readily placed intooperative ppsi. Y

tion with referenceto the-drain body',.;w1th.

out cutting into lthe drain body. As illus# trated in Figa, eachmember hasv an upwardly extending. arm 20,

whichterminates in a1 horizontally disposed pad '21. "A lug 22 eX tends laterally from each side of the arm 20 and adjacent the shoulder 23 is formed in the armabove the top surface of the lugs. Moreover, the pad bottom thereof, while a' has a threaded opening 24, through which a.

set screw 25 may extend.

To hold each clamping member in position, the drain ybody has spaced groups of lugs, there being one group member. Fig. as comprising ally from a vertical portion ofthe body, and two upwardly extending slightly greater than the thickness of the lugs 22. Moreover, the lug at a suiiicient height above the horizontal. seat 12 to permit engagement with the shoulto each clamping 5 shows one of such'groups,y a lug 30 which extends later- -V 30 is positioned Y lugs lwhich are f spaced from the wall of the body a distance,

der 23 when the clamping memberis in.

place.

Each clamping member has bottom por,-rv 20 rounded, as at 27, to permit turning of the arm with'reference tothe tion of the arm body, whereby the clamping member may be inserted into place or removed from the,

be accomplished leo drain. Such operation may by loosening the set screw, and then lowervfor clamping ing the pad 2l until the shoulder 23 clears the lug 30 as shown in Fig. 3. The clamping` member may then be lifted out of place. Conversely, the member may be inserted into position by placing the lugs 22 between the lugs 3l` and the body, and then raising the arm until the shoulder23 engages beneath the lug 30. Thereupon the set screw tightened untilV the lower end thereof engagesthe clamping ring. Thereafter, each set screw may be selectively adjusted to attain the desired clamping pressure.

A clamping device made in accordance with my invention is advantageous, in that the flashing may be satisfactorily held in position against the drain without requiring theV use of a threaded connection with the drain. bodyl Consequently, all drain bodiesmay be .made in Athe saine. wa i and: Ithen those Whichareintended'for use with waterproofV` ing. material maybe` furnished withV additional clamping. members..

1'. In. combination, a drain having an up- Wardlyextending portion and a. laterally eX- tendingportion, an arm provided with a T- shapedl head portion adapted to engage the outwardly and laterally extending portions of said bodylatv the juncture ofsaid portions.

with each. other, a lugonsaid upwardly'eX- tendine portion overlying andfcontacting with. the upper side of saidk headv portion and lugs on said laterally extendingy por: tion radially abutting the outside verticalA surfaces 'of said `Tshaped head portion offsaid arm whereby. the arinf is held against. movement in one. direction. with referenceto. the drain body, a sheet oi waterproofing. material disposed abovethe later.- portion of said drain, and.

ally extending means. associated with saidv arm for urging the.waterproofing.materialinto clamping en# fageinent with the horizontal portion of said Idrain.

2. In combination, a orain having a hori- Zontalbasin integrally termed therewith, a sheet of water-proofing mate-rial andv means for clampingihe water-proofing materialto the wallo'fthe basin, said ineans'gcomprising 'a ring vdisposed above said water-profiling! an arm having an endY thereof* the wall of the drain and material, adapt-edto engage basin wall at their juncture, the basin wall being providedkwith means to engage the end-y ofthe arm opposite the drain wall, whereby any movement o'f` the end of the arm away from said basin beyond a pre-determined point is prevented, and a Ciampino` screw asf' sociated-with the end of the arm ror engaging the'ring and forcing engagement with said material.

In a drain in combination, a drain body having an outwardly sheet of water-proofing material and means the waternroofing material t-o may be.

it into clamping extending flange, aA

said flange, said means comprising a ring dis` posed above said material, aremovable arm having a head depending therefrom, said head being adapted to engage the drain body wall and outwardly extending flange at their juncture, a lug extending. outwardly from the drain bodywall adapted to engage'the Itop of the head of the arm, a plurality of lugs extending upwardly from the outwardly eX- tending flange, being adapted'to engage the head-of the arm opposite4 the drain body wall, whereby any movement of the arm away from the outwardly extending ila-nge, beyond-a predetermined point, is prevented, and a ring screw'associ'ated with the arm for engaging the ring and torcingit into clamping engagement with said material.

In testimony whereof, l hereunto ailix my

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US2490075 *Apr 24, 1946Dec 6, 1949Josam Mfg CompanyFloor drain fixture
US2695073 *May 22, 1953Nov 23, 1954Martin A SiskSurface drain
US2777532 *May 22, 1953Jan 15, 1957Martin A SiskSurface drains
US2779430 *May 22, 1953Jan 29, 1957Martin A SiskSurface drains
US2889928 *Jul 30, 1954Jun 9, 1959Lulu E SiskFinish rims for surface drains
US2898129 *May 23, 1956Aug 4, 1959Lulu E SiskClamping device for floor drains with removable clamps
US4264079 *Nov 17, 1978Apr 28, 1981Gambro AbAssembly for the transfer of a fluid between a duct and a space between two thin sheets
US6416084 *Aug 3, 2000Jul 9, 2002Canplas Industries Ltd.Replacement flange
US7784242 *May 5, 2005Aug 31, 2010Zurn Industries, LlcDrain support plate/under-deck clamp
US7997038 *Dec 15, 2004Aug 16, 2011Zurn Industries, LlcFloor drain support plate
US8146308Oct 14, 2010Apr 3, 2012Zurn Industries, LlcFloor drain support plate
Classifications
U.S. Classification285/42, 285/14, 210/165, 285/420, 285/200, 4/650
International ClassificationE04D13/04
Cooperative ClassificationE04D2013/0436, E04D13/0409
European ClassificationE04D13/04B20