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Deane Andrew Colin: An egress hinge.. Securistyle, June 16, 1993: GB2262308-A (21 worldwide citation)

An egress hinge for supporting a vent between a closed position in which it lies within a fixed frame and an open position in which it extends substantially perpendicularly to the fixed frame comprises a first slider 3 and a second slider 5 mounted in a support track 1, a vent arm 7 attached to the ...


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Improvements in friction supporting stays for windows. Securistyle, November 26, 1980: GB2047309-A (18 worldwide citation)

A friction supporting stay, for a window, comprises a track 10, a slider 15 movable along the track, a strut 16 pivotally connected to the track, a brace 18 pivotally connected between the slider and the strut 16, a link 21 pivotally connected to the slider, and a bar 24 pivotally connected to the l ...


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John E Buckley: Friction supported stays for windows. Securistyle, Jerry W Mills, Gregory M Howison, September 1, 1987: US04689852 (15 worldwide citation)

A friction supported stay comprising a track (10) secured vertically to a window frame with a slider (15) connected by link (18) to a strut (16) in turn connected to bar (24) which is also connected to slider (15) by a link (21). The bar, which is normally connected to the window has a nose member ( ...


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Improvements in friction supporting stays for windows. Securistyle, February 24, 1982: GB2081803-A (14 worldwide citation)

A friction supporting stay for windows comprises a track 10, a slider 15 movable along the track, a strut 16 pivotally connected to the track, a brace 18 pivotally connected between the slider and the strut, a link 21 pivotally connected to the slider, and a bar 24 pivotally connected to the link an ...


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John E Buckley: Friction supported stays for windows. Securistyle, Jerry W Mills, Gregory M Howison, January 12, 1988: US04718144 (13 worldwide citation)

A friction supporting stay comprises a channel section track (10) and a slider (15) linked to a strut (24). At the upper and of track (10) is a cap (14) with internal surfaces (36) (37) engageable by one end of strut (24). A plastic nose member (35) is riveted to the end of strut (24) and is formed ...


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Emerson Ben John: A window restricting device. Securistyle, January 29, 1992: GB2246393-A (13 worldwide citation)

A window restricting device slidably received in a channel 17 of a hinge/stay system comprises a body portion 7 and means 5, 13 for releasably locking the body portion in a desired position in the channel 17. The device enables the opening of a window to be restricted, but on release of the device t ...


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Buckley John Edward: Improvement in friction supporting stays.. Securistyle, July 4, 1984: EP0112681-A1 (13 worldwide citation)

A friction supporting stay comprising a channel section track 10 and a slider 15 linked to a strut 24. At the upper end of track 10 is a cap 14 with internal surfaces 36, 37 engageable by one end of strut 24. A plastics nose member 35 is riveted to the end of strut 24 and is formed with surfaces 39, ...


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John E Buckley: Friction supporting stays for windows. Securistyle, Jerry W Mills, Gregory M Howison, November 18, 1986: US04622715 (11 worldwide citation)

A friction stay includes a track 10 for attachment to a window frame. The track 10 has a nose portion 14 with a curved inner surface which receives the nose portion 28 of a bar 24. Bar 24 is pivotally attached to the track 10, by a link 16 joined to the bar 24 at rivet 25 and to track 10 at rivet 17 ...


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Fairless Michael John: Locking device. Securistyle, May 20, 1987: GB2182706-A (10 worldwide citation)

A barrel lock 10 is attached to a sleeve by a bayonet joint held in position by a locking tab 18. Externally the sleeve has a spiral rib engaged in a groove in a plunger 22. As the barrel lock 10 is rotated by a key the plunger is moved downwardly so that a locking extension 23 of the plunger engage ...


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Improvements in friction supporting stays for windows. Securistyle, March 17, 1982: GB2083131-A (10 worldwide citation)

A friction supporting stay for windows comprises a track 10, a slider 15 movable along the track, a strut 16 pivotally connected to the track, a brace 18 pivotally connected between the slider and the strut, a link 21 pivotally connected to the slider 15, and a bar 24 pivotally connected to the link ...