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Publication numberUS2329550 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateSep 14, 1943
Filing dateApr 23, 1942
Priority dateApr 23, 1942
Publication numberUS 2329550 A, US 2329550A, US-A-2329550, US2329550 A, US2329550A
InventorsAnthony Giordano, Philip Mentesana
Original AssigneeAnthony Giordano, Philip Mentesana
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Wall form tie
US 2329550 A
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vSiept. 14, 1943. P. MENTESANA ET AL 2,329,550

' WALL FORM 'TI'E Filed April 23, 1942 ENTES/M/A Patented Sept. 14, 1943 l WAIJLFO'RM TIE" '3 .h-y Philip Menteshna and An -antennae?" WBmoklmNfyrnw i Y Q Application April 23, 1942, seen nell itlz it 1 Claim. (01. 25-431) This invention'relates to a wall tie for use in joint extends around the abutting ends of one securing forms in assembled relation, when castof the strands and the parallel strands of the ing concrete structures and the like. tie intermediate the ends of the tie, as shown One important object of the present invention in detail in Figure 3, to brace the tie at its is the production of a simple and efficient wall center.

tie which is made of a single length of suitable I The tie I3 is extended transversely of the gauge metal rod which is bent'back upon itself form and the eye-portions It at the respective to provide an elongated narrow loop, the ends ends of the tie extend-betweenand beyond the of the rod being welded together. spaced walers l2, as shown in Figure 1. Ver- A further object of the present invention is tically extending wedges ll'are inserted through the production of a simple and efficient wall tie the eye-portions or loops [Sand engage the outer comprising an elongatednarrow loop, the ends faces of the walers 12 for tightening'the tie l3 of which receive tightening wedges which 00- upon the form. Cupped washers I8 are carried operate with spacing washers for firmly holdby the tie l3 at properly spaced intervals, as ing the spaced walls of a form in definite spaced shown in Figures 1, 3 and 4, and these washers and braced relation. [8 abut against the inner faces of the sheeting Other objects and advantages of the present II, as shown in Figure 1. The cupped side of invention will appear throughout the following the washer I8 in each instance preferably faces specification and claim. away from the sheeting II,, to present the flat In the drawing: face of the washer against the sheeting. A

Figure 1 is a side elevational view of the wall welded spot I9 is formed upon the tie l3 adjatie in position for holding the walls of a form cent each washer l8 to provide an abutment in spaced relation, certain parts of the form befor the washer I 8, within the cupped side of the ing shown in section; iwasher in a manner whereby the welded spot Figure 2 is a front elevational view of a poror joint l9 will be shielded by the cupped washer tion of a form, showing several wall ties in posi- 18. It shouldbe noted that the metal used in tion; making or forming the welded spot or joint I9 Figure 3 is a top plan view of one of the wall also extends around the parallel strands of the t the central We J t being Shown 1n tie to bind the strands together at the point of section; contact with the washer l8. This construction Figure 4 e a perspeetlve e 0f the l greatly reinforces andstrengthensthe tie in-' Figure 5 IS a Perspeetlve V1eW of one of the termediate the eye-portions requiring only a spacing washers of the wall t1e; I inimum amount f material, 1

Fi ure 6 i a Pl e f modlfied y O It should be understood that by driving the tie which is used for fastening columns,l girders, 5 wedges downwardly through the eye portions beams, p [6 and against the members 12, the tie I3 will be By referring to the drawing will be Seen tightened upon the form, and the washers I8 that I!) designates the verticalstuds of the form against the inner faces which abut the sheets z f gg fi i zi g 2 22 335335 1% i:

ing H of any Suitable type known to'the trade 40 form will be efficiently braced and properly held Spaced walers 12 extend longitudinally of the wall, as shown, and at suitable intervals through out the hei hth of a wall or form.

The impioved Wan tie I3 may be used in any the invention in the nature of a tie which may desired number to properly brace'the form and be used for fasEnmgwmmnS' gmders' beams this wall tie is preferably formed from a circular 9 In thls Structure F Wahers are rod or length of material, both ends of which ehmmated and. the me comlmses a s1Kelli-length rod 20 preferably circular in cross section bent are bent back upon itself to provide an elon- I gated narrow loop at each end thereof, and a back upon ltself to provlde elongated pairof intermediate parallel strands. The ends row 100p having its abutting terminals 2| of the length of material are brought together cured by Welded joint to constitute abutting ends or terminals l4 From t e foregoing descript o it ill be which are welded, as at I5, to provide a welded noted t a Simple a d economical Wall tie has joint preferably at the center of the tie l3. The been produced which may be quickly and efmetal used in making or forming this welded ficiently secured to a wall form for bracing in selected spaced relation, as shown in Figure 1.

In Figure 6, there is shown a modified form of the form and also for holding the sections of the form in proper spaced relation.

It should be understood that certain detail changes in construction may be employed without departing from the spirit of the invention, so long as such changes fall within the scope of the appended claim.

Having described the claimed as new is:

invention, what is A wall tie of; the class described; cc iiltprising a-f length of material looped upon itself to provide a Wedge-receiving loop at each end thereof and having a plurality of parallel strands interme diate the wedge-receiving loops, strands having adjacent terminals, metal form-,

ing a welded joint rigidly connecting one of the terminals of the strands together and the one of the.

sides of said Washers thereby reinforcing and I strengthening the tie intermediate the wedgereceiving loops thereof, the washers constituting metal used in forming thewelded; joint Washers.

shields for the welded joint adjacent the PHILIP MENTESANA. ANTHONY GIORDANO

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US2989794 *Jun 20, 1956Jun 27, 1961Franz BittnerShuttering system for cast concrete walls
US3011242 *Mar 9, 1960Dec 5, 1961James C MathesonMold form clamp
US3745620 *Aug 31, 1971Jul 17, 1973Metallgesellschaft AgMethod of making corona-discharge electrode structures and assembly therefore
US6536180 *Oct 12, 2001Mar 25, 2003Msr Manufacturing Ltd..Twisted wire tie
US8209934 *Feb 20, 2009Jul 3, 2012Alan PettingaleWall tie and method of using and making same
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Classifications
U.S. Classification52/703, 254/29.00A, 52/712
International ClassificationE04G17/07, E04G17/06
Cooperative ClassificationE04G17/0721
European ClassificationE04G17/07B4