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Publication numberUS872694 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateDec 3, 1907
Filing dateAug 1, 1907
Priority dateAug 1, 1907
Publication numberUS 872694 A, US 872694A, US-A-872694, US872694 A, US872694A
InventorsJames Eudy Thiem
Original AssigneeJames Eudy Thiem
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Stove-door.
US 872694 A
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No. 872,694. PATENTED 11:0. 3, 1907.

J. E. THIEM.

STOVE DOOR. I

APPLICATION FILED AUG-1. 1907.

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10 allzblw'znit may] concern. Be it known'thet 1, JAMES. EUDY THIBIJM', a citizen of the United States; residing it Raleigl 1,.in the coui ityof Wake and State of North Caroline, have invented certain new and nseful ln'ipro'venients in Stove-Doors;

' .of which thefollowing' 1s a specification.

vertical well-ss horizontal hin e con-' nectionso that :1- combined drop and swing ldoor'isihsd. The invention comprises a novel hinge I construction to be hereinafterdescribed and claimed, reference being had to the drawing -heretoennexed, in which- I 'on of the door-in 'closed'po'sition. 'Fig. 2 is an elevation show- I 'i'n'g th'e doorswungopensidewise. Fig.3 shows the-gdoor swung open downwardly or Fi 4-is a. section on the line 14 of 1. Fig.5 is a section on the line 5-"5-o' fFig. 1'. t t d a in s frame cf e' 'stove,. 'ov'en, or the like. The door 11"is formed at its bottom corners with win drop position;

, sidewisje andhoriz'onte'lly presented pintles] '12, and l3; :res pectively, and stone of the top corners of the-dooris'e'n outwardly and verticallypresented pintle 14. T The'b eri'ng-ior'the pintl'e 121s a, bracket 15 the feceof which is a recess 16 to re ceives'aid pintle. The pintle lS works in an cqiening formed. in the head 17 of a stem 18 which 1s swiveled' vertically in 'a bracket 19 on-v the door-frame. The} hearing for the pintle =14 isfa bracket 20. having in its time s.

' jre'cess2 1to receive 'seidpintle.

' f 1 fTheentrence to the recess 16 1s contriicted,

and the thc idt of'its short 'side'being slightly less,

vand the width of its long side being greater than. that-"of. said entrance. The .pintle' g therefore cannot-{pass out of the recess until itsfshort side is bifpught'in line with the en-; tranceLend-the parts are "so arrangedxthat Q they ess'ume this positiononly when the door isf. oiosedfl Y By reason of this the'pintle is retained in therecess when the, door is f "5.0

swnngl 'opendownwardly so that it cannot drop off its supporthccidentelly, and the I pintle'cen beremoved only when the doorisclosed. 'flhe pintle 14 endthe'recess 21ers arranged in the same manner.

The doorhesii handle 22 and a,

i Snecificet'ion or etters Patent. hnplicationliiled.lhugust11907- Sal-iii K433861140. I

, This invention relates to stovedoor s,- endhas for its ob e :t to provide a door having a." '10.

I 1) intl'e '12 is oblong in cross. 'settion;

Patented. Dec. s, 1907.

handle 23 at the side. On the door-frame are stops 2%. on whichthe door is supported when it is open in drop position. v

In the recess 16 is e. spring-finger 25 which en%eges the pintle-12 so that it will work tig it in the recess'when door is being opened to drop position whereby it is prevented from. falling heavilyr line with the entrance to the recess 16 so that it may pass out of the same. b The door then swings open, the pintle 14' turning inthe recess 21, andthe stern 18 turning in its silg r porting-bracket 19. Toopen the 'doort 10 denotes the door drop position the door is pulled forwardly by the handle 22 to remove the piritle-Mfrom pintles 12 and 13, the latter turning head 17 of the stem 18. Q

The bearing-brackets of the door ciin be When the door is. closed its weight binds the intle '14 against The hinge construction herein described I the recess 21. i The door then swings on the in 1? 1 is intended principally for the doors of stoves,

ovens or the'like, but it can also be 'agplied to other structuresin which a combine and swing door is desirable.

I claim?- I 1. The combination-with a door-frame; of a. door having a horizontal and a. vertical hingeconnect1on therewith. 2. The combination with a door-frame; of a door having pintles at itslower corners and e, pintle stone of its 11 per corners, a. swiveled bearing for one 0ft e lower pintles and a bearing for the other pintles in which they are reinoveblysupported. I

The combination with a, door-frame,lof a door having pintlcseit its-lower corners and e-pintle at one of itsn'pper corners, a'swiveled bearing for one ofthe-lower pintles, and sup iorti-ngjbfiekgts'; for the,.- other intles, sei brackets havingreeesses'in their aces in which the last mentionedpintles are removeblyf seated. l

drop 4. The combination with a doorframe, of a door having pintles at its lower corners and a. pintle at one of its upper corners, e swiveled bearing for one of the lower pintles, suporting brackets for the other pintles, said brackets having recesses in their "faces in which the last mentioned pintles are removably seated, and a spring-finger in the recess of the lower bearing bracket enga-geeble with the pintle.

5. The combination With a, door-frame, of a door having pintles at its lower corners and a pintle at one of its upper corners, :1. swiveled bearing for one of the lower pintles, sup

15 porting brackets for the other pintles, said brackets having recesses in their faces in which the last mentioned pintles are removehl seeted, the entrance to the recesses being contracted, and the cross section of-the pintles being oblong, seid pintles being movable into and out of the recesses by their short sides and their long sides being wider than the entrances.

In testimony -whereof I ailix my signature in presence of two witnesses.

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Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationF24C15/023