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Norberto Manzalini: Device for the sutter-like and tilt-down opening of a window or door-window. Otlav S p A, Guido Modiano, Albert Josif, December 31, 1991: US05076015 (41 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a device for the shutter-like and tilt-down opening, with respect to a fixed frame, of a window or door-window composed of an upper cross-member and a lower cross-member connected by a pair of uprights on one of which handle is rotatably associated. The peculiarity o ...


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Brand Horst: Connection device for actuating bars, espcially for fittings of tilting and pivoting wings such as windows, doors or the like.. Fuhr Carl & Co, December 11, 1985: EP0163816-A2 (35 worldwide citation)

1. A device for interconnecting positioning-bar parts (7, 20) of a positioning-bar fitting, more particularly a turn-tilt fitting, for windows or doors or the like, the device comprising a covering (11) which overlaps the spaced-apart ends of the cover bars and below which the connection zone betwee ...


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Carl W E Cobb: Automatically operable automotive vehicle gate apparatus provided with self protection and automotive protection. Kettering Medical Center, Jacox & Meckstroth, December 21, 1982: US04364200 (34 worldwide citation)

Automatically operable automotive vehicle gate apparatus provided with self protection and automotive protection. The gate apparatus includes operational mechanism which moves a gate member within a gateway between a closed position and an open position. The gate apparatus also includes structure wh ...


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Todd A Barvinek, James W Jensen: Railroad crossing gate. General Signals, James C Nemmers, February 6, 1990: US04897960 (32 worldwide citation)

An improved crossing gate for railroad grade crossings. The gate is constructed of an impact-resistant material, and the crossing arm is mounted so that it will swing out of the way and return to its original position if struck by a moving vehicle from either direction. The crossing arm also contain ...


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Wayne C Bates: Hardware for mounting a window sash. Amerock Corporation, Leydig Voit & Mayer, July 14, 1987: US04679352 (25 worldwide citation)

A window sash in mounted in a window frame by hardware which permits the sash to swing open (1) in an egress mode about an upright axis located closely adjacent one upright side of the frame (2) in a wash mode about an upright axis located near the lateral center of the frame or (3) in an awning mod ...


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Armin Tonsmann, Rudiger Schmidt: Deviating device of a locking bar brace for a window or a door. Schuco Heinz Schurmann & Co, Erwin S Teltscher, April 26, 1988: US04739583 (23 worldwide citation)

A corner deviating device for a locking bar brace supported in a casement frame of window or a door has a one-piece housing which is provided in a corner region with a mounting opening for a spring band having drivers at its ends, the mounting opening being closable by an angular cover. One leg of t ...


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Ulrich Kreusel: Window fitting for single handed swinging and tilting of the window. Collard Roe & Galgano, July 29, 1986: US04602457 (21 worldwide citation)

There is provided a fitting for a window for single-handedly swinging and tilting such window, said fitting being arranged, with the exception of the operating handle provided with a position-arresting facility, concealed between the frame and casement of the window, with at least one lock facility ...


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McHeffey Murray Parker: Multi-purpose window. Extrudart Metal Products, Berger Peter L, October 14, 1975: US3911621 (20 worldwide citation)

A multi-position window capable of being either in a locked position with the window closed, a tilt-in position, with the top portion of the window open for ventilation purposes and the like, and in a swung-open position to permit the window to be easily cleaned. The position of the window is select ...


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Frank A Holmes: Concealed self-closing hinge for panel door cabinet structure. Jaybee Manufacturing Corporation, Flam & Flam, April 11, 1978: US04083082 (19 worldwide citation)

A cabinet structure has side-by-side slab cabinet doors that nearly abut each other. Linkage elements, mounted on the inside, support the doors for a compound pivotal movement whereby the initial opening movement of the door includes a shifting component so that the door does not invade the space oc ...


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Siegfried Mayer, Paul Greisner: Window with sash capable of pivoting movement about two perpendicular axes. Aug Winkhaus, Hans Berman, November 30, 1976: US03994093 (18 worldwide citation)

In a window whose sash may be swung in the window frame about hinges having a vertical axis or tilted in bearings about a horizontal axis, the sash and frame have dovetail grooves in which the hinge and bearing elements and other fittings can be installed by means of conforming mounting portions wit ...