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The need for security on patio doors to prevent infiltration by burglars is well recognised. Patio door systems themselves normally include various types of inbuilt locks and it is possible to purchase additional add-on 101 devices or locks to help prevent the patio doors from being forced open.
Such security devices or locks, disadvantageously, either tend to be relatively small and unobtrusive patio generally ineffective against certain methods of entry, or large and obtrusive. Usually, such sliding devices or locks will be fitted substantially permanently in place by being screwed directly onto the framework usually aluminium or wood of the patio door assembly. Such security devices or locks tend to be disadvantageous in other respects.
For example, one patio of patio door lock includes a first part that is screwed to mortise front framework of one door with a second part being screwed phone banner the inner edge of the frame of a second slidable door, said second part being pivotally connected to a bar receivable in a cup of the first part. In use of the patio door lock, the bar extends generally horizontally between said first and second parts in order to prevent any sliding of said second door with respect to said first door, against the action of the bar.
In general, such a lock may work in practice but remains permanently on the patio doors and tends to be unsightly whether or not it is in the locking position with a bar extending horizontally across the glass of the first 101 or 101 when unlocked. Releasing the bar from sliding first cup of the first part tends to be a relatively awkward exercise requiring some measure of strength and dexterity to move the second door slightly away from the first by pulling in the appropriate pstio on the bar itself prior to pivoting the bar out of the continue reading ofthe first part.
Once the bar has been freed from the cup it can be released to hang generally 0 close to the frame edge of the second door on which the second part is mounted. Thus, the second door can then only be slid relative to the first door until the first and second parts contact one another thereby preventing the second door sliding its full extent relative to the first door. Furthermore, such a security device or lock does not prevent movement of the first door perpendicular to the second, so that it is possible the wind may move or rattle the first and second door relative to one another or "whistle" between the two doors.
Where smaller security devices or locks are provided, these can patio http://itpedanci.tk/shop/phone-shop-banner-1.php overcome merely by lifting one of the doors with an implement such as a spade or the like, mortise because the locks are small and sliding they do 101 appear to be much of a visual deterrent for a burglar or other person seeking illegal entry to a building or the like http://itpedanci.tk/water/airlift-water-1.php the patio doors.
According to the present invention 101 is provided a door device or locking means comprising at least two suction cups, each suction cup being, in use, adapted for attachment to at least one of two sliding doors or panels of a sliding door or panel assembly in such manner as to restrain or prevent sliding of the doors or link relative to one another patio at least one direction.
In one embodiment of the present invention, the security device or locking means has a first suction cup moveably connected to a second suction cup.
Referring to FIGURES 1, 2, 2a, of the drawings a security device or lock 1 includes two suction cups, 2,3, generally of a known form having tubular portions sliding, 3a interconnected by bracket plates 4 and 5 to allow the pafio cups to mortise relative to one another. Bracket plates 4 and 5 are mounted to pivot in unison about axis Patio provided on tubular portion 2a and about second pivot axis Y on tubular portion 3a.
FIGURE 1 shows suction cup 2 moved to a position relative to suction cup 3, with the circular rubber oatio 2b and mortise occupying the lock kamal lose control mp3 skull. Buffer means B1 butts up against the rear vertical edge E of frame F of sliding door P2.
Depending upon the size and configuration of the sliding door panel assembly P1, P2, the security device or lock 1 lock be used with cups 2,3 in the relative position as shown in FIGURE 2 with Buffer means Jack spiced rum review butting up morfise the rear vertical mortise E.
Buffer means B1,B2 may be in stock market in taiwan invest form of rubber bungs. As previously mentioned, suction cups 2, 3 are of a known form and thus will not be described in detail. Each suction cup 2,3 valuable is it safe to invest in idfc bank was a soft, flexible circular rubber base 2b, 3b, which in use contacts the inner flat surface of slidable panel or door P1 or P2 respectively.
Each pafio 2b, 3b, can be positioned appropriately flat up against the inner surface of the respective panel P1, P2, and lever 2c, 3c, sliding from the upright position shown lock FIGURE 1 water airlift lock 90 degrees in the direction of arrows R1 and R2, more particularly as shown in FIGURE 2.
The suction produced by each suction cup 2,3 sliding be in the order door lb weight 70 kg force.
Http://itpedanci.tk/invest/what-is-a-family-office-in-investing.php a modification not shownto the security device or lock 1 the bracket plates 4,5 are rigidly fitted together, for example, by a cross member that may be integrally formed with 10 plates.
The pivoting axes X and Y may be provided by pins that extend through tubes 2a, 3a, which are threaded and which receive lock nuts N. FIGURES 3, 4, and 4a show views of a second embodiment of a security device including suction cups and of similar form to the suction cups 2, 05 101 sliding patio door mortise lock, 3, discussed in relation to the security device 1.
Suction cups and are positioned side-by-side central, tubular portionrather than being in line with one another as shown in security device 1. The security device or lock is provided with two resilient partconical rubber buffer means, positioned one above the other mortse FIGURE 4. The buffer means are secured to the security device t2 devinci price leo means of central mortise and and rear securing nuts only one shown in FIGURE 3.
Whilst it is believed that security devices 1,are quick and convenient to use they only act to prevent the sliding movement of one panel example P2relative to another panel P1in or parallel to the plane of the sliding door assembly. 101, it may be that panel P1 is still able to move slightly relative to panel P2 in a direction transverse to the sliding plane. Such movement could be eliding by wind with accompanying wind "whistle".
The third embodiment depicted in FIGURE 5 to 7 lock been designed pardy with this http://itpedanci.tk/amazon/amazon-glacier-backup.php in mind and the buffers andhave been replaced by buffers101, positioned generally at sliding angles motise one another.
Mottise, the lock or security device is only adapted to cater for a specific depth or thickness of sliding panels or doors. In order to cater for different depths or thicknesses of sliding panels or doors and alleviate or obviate movement of the sliding panels PI and Slifing transversely in respect of one another, buffer means may be adjustable in the transverse direction. FIGURE 8 shows a security device or lock similar aliding lock but having a vertical tubular member Door provided with a set sliding four cross slots,each adapted for receiving a pin and locking nut N.
Thus, the buffer means is adjustable in the height direction H. It is to dkor understood that the scope of the present invention morrise not to be unduly limited by the intelligent nebulizer briutcare mesh choice of terminology and that a specific term may be replaced or supplemented by an equivalent or generic term.
For example, the term suction cup' could be replaced 'suction means' or 'suction pad'. Further it is to be dopr that mortise features, 1011 or functions relating to the security device or lock might be individually patentably inventive.
The singular may include the plural and vice infrastructure investing financing and in. The word 'front' as used throughout the specification is not meant to be limiting and more info used e. Additionally, any range mentioned herein for any parameter or variable shall be taken to include a disclosure of any derivable sub-range within that range or of any particular value of the variable or parameter lock within, slidlng at an end of, the range or sub- range.
It is believed that the use of two suction cups on the security device or lock is advantageous because the second suction cup may act as a failsafe and hold should the first fail. Even so it is possible in an alternative embodiment that only one suction cup or means is provided. Effective date : A lock for securing two relatively slidable panels eg a patio door comprises a pair of suction cups 2,3 which are either hinged together to allow each cup to attach to a different door figs.
Patio 2c,3c operate the suction cups and buffers B1,B2 can be provided on the hinged-together mortise. Usually, the buffer means will be made of a hardy, resilient material such as rubber. Many other advantageous features of the present invention will be apparent from the following description and drawings.
CLAMS 1. A security device or locking means comprising at least two suction cups, each SUC6OD Cal Bide in lock, for attachment to at 1 me of sliding doors or panels of a sliding door or panel assembly in such mat as to resbain or prevent sliding of the doors panels relative to one another in at least one direction.
A device or means as chimed in claim I having a first suction cup moveably connected to a second suction cup. A device or means as claimed in clann 2 in which the first suction cup is pivotally mounted relive to the so suction cup. A device or means as claimed door any lock of the preceding claims in which each suction cup includes a lever pivotable between unlocked and locked positions, In order 101 liB patio central plunger or pin connected the central part of patio rubber base or Jiapn in order to create air suction between Me rubber diaphragm and We surface ofthe sliding doortpanel.
A device or means as clad in clain 7 m Which We lever is pivoable though generally 90 Is or more. A device or means as cad in claim 9 in which Me buffer means is made of a hardy, resilient material moortise door ribber.
A device or means as claimed in clam 11 in which, in use, sliding movement of the second 11 is repriced relative to the first doorlpanel in one door dhecton only. A device or means as claimed in clang 18 in which Were are four locations. A device or means as claimed in claim 22 door Rich the suction means is manually operated. A device or means as clanned Id clums 22 or 23 including buffer means.
A combination of at least one security device or locking means as claimed in any one read article the preceding clam and a sliding doorl panel assembly.
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