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Publication numberUS1883508 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateOct 18, 1932
Filing dateFeb 6, 1930
Priority dateFeb 6, 1930
Publication numberUS 1883508 A, US 1883508A, US-A-1883508, US1883508 A, US1883508A
InventorsBonday Frederick W
Original AssigneeBonday Frederick W
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Aerial support
US 1883508 A
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F. W. BON DAY AERIAL SUPPORT Oct. 18, 1932.

Filed Feb. 6, 1930 415 Fig. 1 is a perspective view showing the provided for aerialpoles, flagepoles, or the 6 25 being mounted either on the side or at the sci-veto fasten the support securely in place. I

Patented Oct. 18, 1932 I 1 5 v UNITED 'srATEs PATENT ounce measures w. Bonner. or reunions. MARYLAND I i Applicatign filed February 6, 1930. Serial No. 426,362. This invention relates to an improvement the surface of the roof as by countersunk nails in aerial supports or the like and is adapted or screws or the like. v to be used either to support a radio aerial, A cover 10 should be fitted over the support flagpole, or wherever it may be found suit.- about the socket 5, as shown Fig. 4;, and is 5 bl of suiiicient size to extend over the entire 5! The object of the invention is to simplify outer surface of the plates 7 with its inner the construction of supports of this character, edge soldered or otherwise secured to. the to adapt them for mounting upon any type of socket 5 and roof or plates in order to sealthe roof or any portion of the roof, and at varispace therearound, and to prevent a leaking ous'angles, and also to eliminate the use of. of water through the support at this point, 90 guy wires which have 7 heretofore been reand it also protects the parts of the support quired by reason of the unstableness of the from injury by corrosion, rusting or other. support or the like. Wise.

In the accompanying drawing: In this way; a secure and rigid support is support applied to one portion of a gablelike; securely fastening them in a position in root; a roof, making it unnccessaryto use guy-wires Fig. 2 is a top plan view thereof; or other means of lateral bracing, since the Fig. 3 is a vertical section through the supsupport is sufiiciently strong and the parts are port; and 7 do disposed as to brace the pole .efli'ectively.

Fig. l is a similar view showing the sup- By reason of the plates 7 being hinged to port applied to the peak of the roof. gether, they may be used on different por- The roof is designated generally by the nutions of'a roof, as'for instance on the sloping meral 1, and may be of any type, the support side, the peak, or other points where they peak of the roof as may be found desirable. The simplicity of the construction enables An opening 2 is formed through the roof in the parts to be taken apart or initially packed which is secured a bracket or holder 3, the in a small carrier for shipment .or otherwise. upper arms 4 of which are bent laterally in I claim I g 30 opposite directions and secured to the roof. 1. A mast-holder comprising a socket I This holder is intended to support the lower which is adapted to extend a suitable distance end of a socket 5 which is inserted through below and above its support and plates hinged the opening 2, and rests at its lower end in the togeth and embracing said b k tio difholder 3. The socket 5 receives the lower end ferent sides and above the support for hold.-

0 the aerial-suppor r g-p the ing thesame securely in position on the sup 1 re. port."

Fitted over the flanges l ofthe support, 3 A masbsupport Comprising a socketior and about the socket 5 are plates 7 formed receiving amast or the like Said Socket being with lnterfittlng eyes 8 through which bolts adapted to extend a suitable distance below 9 the mner ends of these .bolts bell-1g and above its support and hinged plates dis! siirewed threaded opemngs opPoslte posed on opposite sides of said socket and emsides of the socket 5, as shown in Fi 2. bracing th Same Said plates being disposed hi forms a hin ed oint between the two c olat es 7 that enab les tliem to be adjusted to Para-116130 the surface oi the SuPPOr-t various positions relative to each other to fit 9% h Socket m P i 95 different shaped roofs. It W111 be noted um A -arr w .p g a s c et this hinged joint is disposed approximately at ap t e fl p m a h le formed in a right-angles to the flanges 4 of the support roof, plates hing-ed tog ther nd em racing 59 3 which serves to brace the support for difieu the socket for holding the same 111 place, said 1 ent directions. The plates 7 are secured to plates being secured to the surfa e f. the

roof and arranged approximately parallel therewith for holding the socket in place.

4. A mast-support comprising a socket adapted to be disposed in a hole formed in a roof, plates hinged together and embracing the socket for holding the same in place, said plates being secured to the surface of the roof and arranged approximately parallel therewith for holding the socket in place, eyes formed between the plates, and bolts extending through the eyes and into the socket forming the hinged joint for the plates. 7

5. A mast support comprising a socket for receiving a mast or the like, and adapted to be disposed in a hole formed in a roof, a supporting bracket disposed beneath and embracing the lower end of the socket and having outturned arms secured to the roof, plates extending on opposite sides of the socket, and embracing the same, said plates having hinged joint-stherebetween arranged approximately at right angles to the flanges of the supporting brace.

6. A mast support comprising a socket for receiving a mast of the like, and adapted to be disposed in a hole formed in a roof, a supporting bracket disposed beneath and embracing the lower end of the socket and having outturned arms secured to the roof, plates extending on opposite sides of the socket, and embracing the same, said plates having hinged joints therebetween arranged approximately at right-angles to the flanges of the supporting brace, and a cover fitted over the plates and about the socket secured thereto to protect the parts of the mastsupport. 7 A mast support of the character described comprising a socket inserted in a hole in a support and extending above and below the support, and plates hinged to the sides of said socket and movable in planes extending laterally therefrom to fasten the sock et to supporting surfaces at different angles thereto.

order to seal the space therearound and prevent leakage through the hole.

10. A mast support comprising a socket for receiving a mast or the like and adapted to be secured to a support, a supporting bracket disposed beneath and embracing the lower end of the socket and having outt-urned arms secured to the support, plates extending on opposite sides of the socket, said plates having hinged joints therebetween arranged approximately at right angles to the flanges of the supporting brace.

11. A mast support comprising a socket for receiving a mast or the like, plates extending on opposite sides of the socket and embracing the same, and means connected with the plates providing hinged joints therebetween.

12. A mast support comprising a socket for receiving a mast or the like, plates extending on opposite sides of the socket and embracing the same, and means connected with the plates providing hinged joints therebetween, the axis of said hinged joints being approximately in a plane passing vertically through the center of the socket.

In testimony whereof I afiix my signature.

FREDERICK XV. BONDAY.

8. The combination of a suitable support having a vertically disposed hole therein, a holder extending through the hole in the su port'and having means thereon by which it is secured to the support, a socket fitted to the holder to receive a mast, plates hinged to the socket and adapted for adjustment to the support and to be secured thereto.

e combination of a suitable support havinga vertically disposed hole therein, a holder extending through the hole in the support and having means thereon by which it is secured to the support, a socket fitted to the holder to receive a mast, plates hinged to the socket and adapted for adjustment to the support and to be secured thereto, and a cover tted around the socket above the support and covering the entire surface of the plates and adapted to be soldered or otherwise secured to the socket and support or plates in

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Classifications
U.S. Classification248/536, 248/314, 248/237, 285/43, 248/534, 52/58, 248/539
International ClassificationE04D13/147, E04D13/14, H01Q1/12
Cooperative ClassificationH01Q1/1221, E04D13/1471
European ClassificationE04D13/147A, H01Q1/12B2