Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Screen reader users: click this link for accessible mode. Accessible mode has the same essential features but works better with your reader.

Patents

  1. Advanced Patent Search
Publication numberUS947617 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 25, 1910
Filing dateDec 14, 1909
Priority dateDec 14, 1909
Publication numberUS 947617 A, US 947617A, US-A-947617, US947617 A, US947617A
InventorsThomas F Mcgann
Original AssigneeThomas F Mcgann & Sons Company
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Sash-bar.
US 947617 A
Abstract  available in
Images(1)
Previous page
Next page
Claims  available in
Description  (OCR text may contain errors)

T. F. MOGANN..

` sAsH BAR. ArPLIUATION FILED APR. 14, 1909. RENEWED DEO. 14, 1909.

mamma Jan. 25,1910.

sections of suitable length for the bers of the sash bar may be mounted on any rounded head at its outer edge, clamping suitable support, the upper ends of said parts being suitably covered and secured. The 4inner clamping members 20 may beeltset at 25` to form pnttyreceiving cavities at the inner sides of the plates 13.

' The parting member may be provided with inner clamping members 2G formed by the beveled edges of a bar orl strip 27 detachably secured to the parting member by screws 28, as shown in Fig. l, the said inner clamping members being adapted to bear on the inner sides of the plates i3 when said plates are arranged at right angles witli each other.

I t will be seen that the several parts 'of the sash bar above described, are adapted to be formed by cutting up rolled, drawn,y or pressed bars of indeterminate. length yinto particular work required.

In Fig. 5 I show a modification inl which the segmental ears 17 are arranged to bear on the inner side of a rounded head formed on ,the `outer edgeot the parting member I12, said segmental cars being provided with slots 3l which receive attaching bolts 32 provided with nuts 33. The inner edge of'the partin member'll is provided with a clamping p ate 34, the edges ot which bear on the inner sides ot the glass plates 13.

. I claim:v

l. A sash lbar lcomprising' a parting member adapted to lie interposed between adjacent edges.- of two .assembled glass plates, 35

and to support said plates. against inward sidewise displacement, and clamping miem'- bers adjustably secured to said partingmember, and adapted to prevent 'outward sidewise displacement of said plates.

2. A sash bar comprising a parting' member adapted to beinterposed between adjacent edges of two assembled glass plates, and

to support said plates against inward side- Wise displacement, said member having a rounded vhead at its outer edge, clamping 'members adapted tti-bear on the outer sides "of said plates. and ahaving segmental ears movably seated ou -said head, and. means for .said earsto the head in different positions.

3. A Asash bar comprising a parting member adapted to be interposed between adjacent edges of two assembled glass plates, and to support said plates against inward side- Wise displacement, said member having a .provided with inner clamping members l members adapted to bear on the outersidcs ol said plates, and having segmental. ears movably seated on said head, and a segmental clamping shoe adjustably 'engaged with the parting member and ada ted t0 adjustably secure the saidears an clamping members.

4. A Isash bar comprising a arting member adapted to be interposed etween adjacent edges of two assembled glass plates, and provided with vinner clamping members adapted to prevent inward sidewise displacement of said plates, and outer clamping members adjustably secured to said parting member and adapted to bear on the outer sidesl of said plates.

6. A sash bar comprisinga parting member adapted to be interposed between adjacent edges of two assembled glass plates, and provided with inner'clamping members detachably secured to the parting member, and adapted to bear on theinner sides of said plates, and outer clampin members adjustably secured to said parting member and Yadapted to bear onl the outer sides of said plates.

6. A sash bar comprising a parting member adapted to beA interposed between adjacent edges of' two assembled glass plates, and. to support said plates 'against inward sidewise displacement, and clamping membersv adjustably secured to said parting member, and adapted t0 prevent outward sidewise displacement or" said plates, said clamping members being odset at their outer edges to form putty-receiving cavities.

'7. A sash bar comprising a parting member adapted to be interposed between adjacent edges of 'two assembled glass plates, and

etachably secured to the parting member, and adapted to bear on the inner sides of said plates, and outer clamping members adjustably secured to said parting member and adapted to bear on the vouter sides of said plates, each of said clamping members being onset at its outer edge to form a putty receiving cavity.

-In testimony whereof I .have aiixed my signature, in presence of two witnesses.

THOMAS F. MCG'ANN. Witnesses:`

C. F. BROWN, P, W. PEZZETTL

Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US3222839 *Jan 13, 1961Dec 14, 1965Alfred Philpot ArthurSupporting panels in frames
US4120130 *Sep 19, 1977Oct 17, 1978Felix PuschkarskiClamping device
US4608794 *Oct 30, 1985Sep 2, 1986Lrd, IncCorner moulding and fastener
US20130308999 *May 17, 2013Nov 21, 2013Micah BlackPanel clamp apparatus and system
Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationE06B1/38