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Harry M Riegelman: Latch for tilt window. Pomeroy, Robert A Seemann, November 24, 1992: US05165737 (69 worldwide citation)

A housing with a top wall, upstanding parallel walls and two upstanding posts between the upstanding walls on a line parallel with the walls. Each post extends through an elongated opening in a first bolt which is mounted slidingly in the housing for reciprocation toward first and second ends of the ...


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Harry M Riegelman, Anthony C Paganelli, John A Walker, Norris Borden, Stephen A Lawhead, Harry M Umann: Bidet system and water tank therein. Rusco, Perry E Turner, December 9, 1980: US04237560 (30 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a bidet seat housing in which are front and rear water jet nozzles and director members through which to pass water one or the other of the nozzles via a solenoid-operated diverter valve connected to the outlet fitting on top of an elongated horizontal water tank adjacent one end ...


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Harry M Riegelman: Casement window. M & G Manufacturing Company, G Brian Pingel, September 21, 1993: US05245788 (23 worldwide citation)

An improved tip-in casement window has an outer frame, an inner sash, and elongated gasket strips. When the sash is assembled in the outer frame, an operatively continuous seal around the sash is created through the use of a downward facing gasket strip, thereby greatly increasing the insulative cap ...


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Harry M Riegelman: Locking pivot shoe. Robert A Seemann, January 3, 1995: US05377384 (20 worldwide citation)

A pivot shoe that includes a rotary barrel cam mounted in the body of the shoe, and a brake in the opening that is urged axially rearward by the barrel cam, has a radial protuberance and an axial slot with radial wall operating in interference between the brake and an inward facing wall of the openi ...


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Harry M Riegelman, Melvin J Stern: Window screen frame. Harmel Automation, Robert A Seemann, March 16, 1999: US05881525 (15 worldwide citation)

A screen frame formed from a metal sheet in a single unit folds and locks on V-cuts in a tube by a locking mechanism that is configured to engage in crossed directions by the folding.


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Harry M Riegelman, Steven P Davis: Frame and muntin assembly. Oltman and Flynn, August 21, 1990: US04949521 (15 worldwide citation)

A frame and muntin assembly for use in a window or with another thin panel for a building structure. In a window the frame has interconnected frame members extending along the periphery of the window pane and each having an elongated outwardly protruding segment located outside the periphery of the ...


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Francis Manzella, Harry M Riegelman: Two part window and door assembly and coupling for interconnecting components thereof. Francis Manzella, Gerald T Bodner, June 27, 2006: US07065929 (13 worldwide citation)

A two part window and door assembly includes a sill, head and jambs for the window or door frame and stiles and rails for a window sash. Each of the sill, head, jambs, stiles and rails is formed in two parts, that is, an interior part and an exterior part. A coupling is used to join together the int ...


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Harry M Riegelman: Composite framing member construction for windows and doors. Robert A Seemann, June 3, 1997: US05634306 (12 worldwide citation)

A unitary composite frame member of two or more structural elements. A first and a second of the elements each contributes strength to the member. The second element, a plastic, encloses the first element on essentially all surfaces along the length of the first element, and is molded to itself thro ...


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Harry M Riegelman: Composite framing member construction for windows and doors. Robert A Seemann, February 20, 1996: US05491951 (11 worldwide citation)

A unitary composite frame member of two or more structural elements. A first and a second of the elements each contributes strength to the member. The second element which is preferably a plastic, has a conductivity not exceeding 5% of that of the first element, and covers the first element, contrib ...


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Harry M Riegelman: Insulating glass spacer channel seal. Robert A Seemann, June 18, 2002: US06405498 (10 worldwide citation)

A cutout is made on the front wall of a substantially straight portion of spacer frame channel, having an apex at the axis of bend of the channel for making a corner of the frame, the edges of the cutout being angled so that they close down to a slot of at least 4 degrees opening when the channel be ...