AT386858B - Handle for releasably covering an orifice in a wall - Google Patents

Handle for releasably covering an orifice in a wall

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Publication number
AT386858B
AT386858B AT57487A AT57487A AT386858B AT 386858 B AT386858 B AT 386858B AT 57487 A AT57487 A AT 57487A AT 57487 A AT57487 A AT 57487A AT 386858 B AT386858 B AT 386858B
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Austria
Prior art keywords
cover
orifice
handle
small leaf
tongue
Prior art date
Application number
AT57487A
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German (de)
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ATA57487A (en
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Sperling Karl Heinz
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Priority to AT57487A priority Critical patent/AT386858B/en
Priority claimed from AT87890282T external-priority patent/AT70105T/en
Publication of ATA57487A publication Critical patent/ATA57487A/en
Application granted granted Critical
Publication of AT386858B publication Critical patent/AT386858B/en

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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F19/00Other details of constructional parts for finishing work on buildings
    • E04F19/08Built-in cupboards; Masks of niches; Covers of holes enabling access to installations

Abstract

To close an orifice 2 in a tiled wall 1, a cover 3 is provided, which is introduced into the orifice obliquely in such a way that a strip 11 fastened to the edge of the orifice 2 is pushed into a groove 12 of the cover 3. The cover 3 is then pivoted into the orifice 2, until a roller 8 comes behind an elevation 18, a catch 7 connected to the cover 3 coming to bear against a web 17. For the simple and reliable opening of the cover 3 without the risk of damage to the latter, a handle is provided, which consists of a small leaf 20. This small leaf has a resilient tongue 21 which is stamped and bent out of the small leaf. When the small leaf is pushed into the edge gap 19 between the cover 3 and the tiled wall 1, the tongue 21 first springs back and is then laid against the rear side of the cover 3. By a pull on the small leaf 20, the cover 3 is pivoted out of the orifice 2. <IMAGE>

Description


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   The invention relates to a handle for the releasable covering of an opening in a wall which, when the cover is opened, projects through the joint between the wall and the cover and engages on the rear of the cover.



   Covers of the type mentioned are held by magnets or resilient snaps.



   The latter have the essential advantage over the mounts with permanent magnets that even with a somewhat less precise installation, a secure attachment is achieved because, due to the resilient effect of the catch, a sufficiently large holding force is achieved even if this catch does not close exactly in the center of the counter element come to lie.



   It is known to use suction cups to open or release the cover. However, due to their sensitivity to dust, such vacuum cleaners are not very reliable in their effect and therefore also quite impractical to use.



   It has also been proposed to design the handle as a piece of wire attached to the back of the cover. With the cover closed, this wire can be moved from a position of use protruding from the edge joint between the cover and the adjacent wall into a rest position extending within the edge joint. However, such a wire is relatively cumbersome to press into the edge joint and a pointed tool is required for removing it from the joint into the position of use, so that removal is tedious and there is also a risk of damage to the z. B. is covered with tiles or wallpaper cover.



   The invention has set itself the goal of designing a handle of the type mentioned in such a way that the cover can be opened simply and securely without the risk of damaging it. is possible. This is achieved in that the part protruding through the joint between the wall and the cover has a resilient tongue. In the case of a handle according to the invention, when the tongue is pushed into the edge joint, the tongue is initially pressed back and then lies against the back of the cover, so that the cover can be pulled out of the opening by pulling on the handle.



   In a particularly simple embodiment of the handle according to the invention, it is designed as a plate from which the tongue is punched out and bent out. This plate can consist of all materials that have suspension properties. It is particularly useful if the plate consists of plastic.



   The invention is described in more detail below on the basis of an exemplary embodiment shown in the drawings. 1 shows the top view of the part of a tiled wall with an inserted cover, and FIG. 2 shows, on a greatly enlarged scale, a section along the line II-II in FIG. 1, the handle being pushed into the edge joint. 3 and 4 show the handle according to the invention in two mutually perpendicular views.



   1, an opening --2-- is arranged in a tiled wall --1--, which can be closed by a cover --3--. In the example shown, the cover --3-consists of a plastic plate --4--, to which tiles --5-- are glued.



   On the upper side of the cover --3-- is a U-shaped piece of sheet metal --6-- pushed, with which a standard snapper --7-- is screwed, which has a roller --8--, which is on arms --9-- is mounted, which can be moved inwards against the force of a spring.



   Opposite the snapper --7--, a groove-shaped profile --10-- is formed on the plate --4--, which extends --4- essentially over the entire width of the plate. A ledge --11-- is attached to the underside of the opening one, which engages in the groove --12-- of the profile --10--. As can be seen from Fig. 2, the strip --11-forms the web of a T-shaped profile --13--, the flange --14-- of which is attached to the edge of the opening --2--.



   To interact with the roller --8-- of the snapper --7--, a profile --15-- is attached to the upper edge of the opening --2--, the web of which --16-- is cut out in the area of the snapper-7 is.



   If the opening --2-- is to be closed with the cover --3--, the latter becomes like this

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 Inserted diagonally into the opening so that the strip --11-- is pushed into the channel --12--. Then the cover --3-- is pivoted into the opening --2-- until the roller - in the position shown in FIG. 2 - reaches behind the elevation --18-- of the profile --15--, whereby the catch rests on a web --17-- of this profile.



   To open the cover --3--, a handle is provided according to the invention, which consists of a plate --20--. This plate has a resilient tongue --21--, which is punched out of the plate and bent out. The material of the plate --20-- and especially the tongue --21-- has spring properties and is expediently plastic. But it could also be a metal plate.



   If the tile is inserted into the edge joint --19-- between the cover --3-- and the tiled wall --1--, the tongue --21-- springs back for the time being and then lies against the back of the cover --3--. This state is shown in Fig. 2. It is therefore very easy to swivel the cover --3-- counterclockwise out of the opening --2-- by pulling on the plate --20--, whereby the roller --8-- slides over the elevation.



   Numerous modifications are possible within the scope of the invention. Thus, the use of the handle according to the invention is not limited to covers with a snapper, but could also be used for covers held differently, for example those with magnets. Also, the handle need not be designed as a plate, it would rather be possible to fasten an insertable part with a resilient tongue to a handle.



    PATENT CLAIMS:
1. Handle for the releasable covering of an opening in a wall which, when the cover is opened, projects through the joint between the wall and the cover and engages on the rear of the cover, characterized in that the through the joint (19) between the wall (1) and cover (3) projecting part has a resilient tongue (21).

Claims (1)

  1.  2. Handle according to claim 1, characterized in that the handle is designed as a plate (20) from which the tongue (21) is punched out and bent out.
     3. Handle according to claim 2, characterized in that the plate (20) consists of plastic.
AT57487A 1987-03-11 1987-03-11 Handle for releasably covering an orifice in a wall AT386858B (en)

Priority Applications (1)

Application Number Priority Date Filing Date Title
AT57487A AT386858B (en) 1987-03-11 1987-03-11 Handle for releasably covering an orifice in a wall

Applications Claiming Priority (4)

Application Number Priority Date Filing Date Title
AT57487A AT386858B (en) 1987-03-11 1987-03-11 Handle for releasably covering an orifice in a wall
AT87890282T AT70105T (en) 1986-12-10 1987-12-09 Bracket for the detachable cover of an opening in a tile wall.
DE8787890282T DE3775014D1 (en) 1986-12-10 1987-12-09 BRACKET FOR THE DETACHABLE COVER OF AN OPENING IN A TILE WALL.
EP19870890282 EP0271482B1 (en) 1986-12-10 1987-12-09 Support for a removable cover of an opening in a tiled wall

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ATA57487A ATA57487A (en) 1988-03-15
AT386858B true AT386858B (en) 1988-10-25

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