Car Screen and Window Description

Preferred Embodiment

The present invention discloses an improved car screen, adjustably mounted within the grooved window frame of a car door. The screen consists of a durable weave of vinyl-coated fiber yarn. The mesh is surrounded at its outer edge by a rigid frame of lightweight aluminum or comparable material. Unlike conventional wire mesh, this type of screen material provides protection from the sun’s heat and glare. The material also provides enhanced protection from bugs and debris without compromising visibility or ventilation.

This screen is movably mounted within grooves on the window frame of the car door, interiorly to the sliding glass portion of the automobile window. When not in use, the screen resides in the interior portion of the car’s door, as does the glass window when the same is rolled down. When needed, the screen can be pulled upwards, with its top edge fitting snugly into the upper portion of the grooved window frame. Thus, passengers can quickly access the screen to provide protected ventilation, and can slide the screen down into the door when it is not needed.

It is an object of the present invention to provide an improved screen ventilation device for automobiles.

It is an object of the present invention to provide an improved screen ventilation device for automobiles that does not require separate attachment and removal of the screen.

It is an object of the present invention to provide an improved screen for automobiles that affords protection from the sun as well as from bugs and debris, without compromising visibility and ventilation.

 

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