AU2018203634A1 - Improved Structure of a Ventilated Roof - Google Patents

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AU2018203634A1
AU2018203634A1 AU2018203634A AU2018203634A AU2018203634A1 AU 2018203634 A1 AU2018203634 A1 AU 2018203634A1 AU 2018203634 A AU2018203634 A AU 2018203634A AU 2018203634 A AU2018203634 A AU 2018203634A AU 2018203634 A1 AU2018203634 A1 AU 2018203634A1
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F17/00Vertical ducts; Channels, e.g. for drainage
    • E04F17/04Air-ducts or air channels
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04DROOF COVERINGS; SKY-LIGHTS; GUTTERS; ROOF-WORKING TOOLS
    • E04D13/00Special arrangements or devices in connection with roof coverings; Protection against birds; Roof drainage; Sky-lights
    • E04D13/17Ventilation of roof coverings not otherwise provided for
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04DROOF COVERINGS; SKY-LIGHTS; GUTTERS; ROOF-WORKING TOOLS
    • E04D13/00Special arrangements or devices in connection with roof coverings; Protection against birds; Roof drainage; Sky-lights
    • E04D13/17Ventilation of roof coverings not otherwise provided for
    • E04D13/174Ventilation of roof coverings not otherwise provided for on the ridge of the roof
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F7/00Ventilation, e.g. by means of wall-ducts or systems using window or roof apertures
    • F24F7/02Roof ventilation
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04DROOF COVERINGS; SKY-LIGHTS; GUTTERS; ROOF-WORKING TOOLS
    • E04D3/00Roof covering by making use of flat or curved slabs or stiff sheets
    • E04D3/24Roof covering by making use of flat or curved slabs or stiff sheets with special cross-section, e.g. with corrugations on both sides, with ribs, flanges, or the like
    • E04D3/30Roof covering by making use of flat or curved slabs or stiff sheets with special cross-section, e.g. with corrugations on both sides, with ribs, flanges, or the like of metal

Abstract

An improved structure of a ventilated roof includes at least one frame and at least one shielding plate. The at least one frame includes a top portion, a bottom portion, a hollow portion, and at least one vent. The at least one vent 5 intercommunicates with the hollow portion. The top portion includes a top board having a side with an upper through-hole. The bottom portion includes a lower through-hole. The upper and lower through-holes intercommunicate with the hollow portion. The top board includes a stop portion and two protruding members on an inner side thereof. A water channel is formed between the two protruding members and 10 includes at least one drain hole extending through the top board and intercommunicating with the hollow portion. The at least one shielding plate includes an end resting on the two protruding members of the at least one frame. 141 4 44 b4 -17

Description

IMPROVED STRUCTURE OF A VENTILATED ROOF

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

The present invention relates to an improved structure of a ventilated roof and, more particularly, to an improved structure of a ventilated roof for solving leakage 5 problem after long-term use.

FIG. 1 shows a conventional ventilated roof disclosed in U.S. Patent No.

9,772,114 B2. The conventional ventilated roof includes two frames 9 (only one frame 9 is shown). The frame 9 has an upper end having a ledge 91. After a shielding plate 92 is placed on the ledge 91, a gap 93 is formed between the shielding plate 92 and the 10 frame 9 and is sealed by a silicon glue 94 such as epoxy resin, preventing water from leaking into the inside of the house via the gap 93.

After long-term exposure to the sun, the silicon glue 94 ages and deteriorates and thus, cannot seal the gap 93, such that rainwater leaks into the inside of the house along the ledge 91. Thus, a need exists for an improvement to the conventional 15 ventilated roof structure.

BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

To solve the above problem, an objective of the present invention is to provide an improved structure of a ventilated roof that still can prevent rainwater from leaking into the interior of the house even though the silicon glue for sealing the gap has aged 20 and deteriorated after long-term use.

Another objective of the present invention is to provide an improved structure of a ventilated roof that includes a protective member to prevent falling of installation tools, alien objects, or a worker while proceeding with installation or maintenance.

An improved structure of a ventilated roof according to the present invention 25 includes at least one frame and at least one shielding plate. The at least one frame

2018203634 23 May 2018 includes a top portion, a bottom portion, a hollow portion, and at least one vent. The at least one vent intercommunicates with the hollow portion. The top portion includes a top board having a side with an upper through-hole. The bottom portion includes a lower through-hole. The upper and lower through-holes intercommunicate with the 5 hollow portion. The top board includes a stop portion and two protruding members on an inner side thereof. A water channel is formed between the two protruding members and includes at least one drain hole extending through the top board and intercommunicating with the hollow portion. The at least one shielding plate includes an end resting on the two protruding members of the at least one frame.

Thus, in the improved structure of the ventilated roof, since the top portion of the at least one frame includes at least one drain hole extending through the top portion and intercommunicating with the hollow portion, such that water enters the hollow portion via the at least one drain hole and is then discharged to the wavy plate via the at least one lower through-hole. Thus, water flows downward along the channels between the ribs of the wavy plate, preventing water from entering the inside of the house.

In an example, the at least one frame includes two frames located opposite to each other. The at least one shielding plates includes two ends. Each of the two ends of the at least one shielding plate rests on the two protruding members of one of the two frames. Thus, the ventilation roof so constructed provides a symmetric effect.

In an example, the improved structure of the ventilated roof further includes a plurality of connecting beams. Each of the plurality of connecting beams includes two ends. Each of the two ends of each of the plurality of connecting beams has a connecting portion connected to one of the two frames. Thus, the at least one shielding plate is more securely mounted to the frames.

In an example, each of the plurality of connecting beams includes a top portion having at least two ridges. At least one guiding groove is defined between the at least

2018203634 23 May 2018 two ridges and a corresponding one of the plurality of connecting beams having the at least two ridges. Each of the two protruding members of each of the two frames includes at least one through-hole intercommunicating with the at least one drain hole and aligned with the at least one guiding groove. Thus, even if water leaks into the at 5 least one guiding groove, the water can be discharged via the at least one drain hole.

In an example, a top of each of the at least two ridges is flush with a top of each of the two protruding members. Thus, the at least one shielding plate can be evenly mounted on the two frames.

In an example, a plurality of supporting members is disposed on each of an inner face of each of the two frames. The inner faces of the two frames face each other.

The plurality of supporting members is coupled to a protective member. Thus, when a worker is proceeding with installation or maintenance of the ventilated roof, the protective member prevents falling of installation tools, alien objects, or the worker.

In an example, a net is mounted on top of the upper through-hole to prevent 15 alien objects from entering the hollow portion of the at least one frame.

In an example, the bottom portion includes a side having a first insertion groove and an extension plate. Thus, the at least one frame can be easily fixed to the wavy plate.

In an example, the improved structure of the ventilated roof further includes a bottom board having an engaging portion. The engaging portion engages with the first insertion groove. The bottom board is fixed to a rib on a wavy plate by a plurality of fasteners. Thus, the at least one frame can be more securely fixed to the wavy plate.

In an example, an inner wall of the at least one frame delimiting the hollow portion includes a plurality of second insertion grooves. A plurality of baffles is 25 coupled with the plurality of second insertion grooves and is alternately disposed. Thus,

2018203634 23 May 2018 a zigzag passageway is formed in the hollow portion to prevent water entering the upper through-hole from splashing into the air passage.

In an example, the improved structure of the ventilated roof further includes a decorative plate having a top portion with a coupling portion. The coupling portion 5 abuts an edge of the extension plate. The decorative plate includes a plurality of notches matched with a plurality of ribs on a wavy plate and is fixed to the wavy plate by a plurality of fasteners. Thus, the at least one frame can be securely mounted on the ventilated roof.

In an example, the improved structure of the ventilated roof further includes a sideboard fixed by a plurality of fasteners to two ends of the at least one frame. The sideboard seals two ends of an air passage formed by the at least one frame and the at least one shielding plate. Thus, the ventilated roof so constructed has a better appearance.

The present invention will become clearer in light of the following detailed description of illustrative embodiments of this invention described in connection with the drawings.

DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1 is a partial, cross sectional view of a conventional ventilated roof.

FIG. 2 is an exploded, perspective view of an improved structure of a ventilated roof of a first embodiment according to the present invention.

FIG. 3 is a cross sectional view of the improved structure of the ventilated roof of the first embodiment according to the present invention.

FIG. 4 is a partial, top view of the improved structure of the ventilated roof of the first embodiment according to the present invention.

FIG. 5 is an exploded, perspective view of an improved structure of a ventilated roof of a second embodiment according to the present invention.

2018203634 23 May 2018

FIG. 6 is a cross sectional view of the improved structure of the ventilated roof of the second embodiment according to the present invention.

When the terms “front”, “rear”, “left”, “right”, “up”, “down”, “top”, “bottom”, “inner”, “outer”, “side”, and similar terms are used herein, it should be understood that these terms have reference only to the structure shown in the drawings as it would appear to a person viewing the drawings and are utilized only to facilitate describing the invention, rather than restricting the invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

FIGS. 2 and 3 show an improved structure of a ventilated roof of a first embodiment according to the present invention. The improved structure of the ventilated roof includes at least one frame 1 and at least one shielding plate 2. The at least one frame 1 includes a ledge 14 for supporting an end of the at least one shielding plate 2. In this embodiment, the improved structure of the ventilated roof includes two frames 1 located opposite to each other. Each of two ends of the at least one shielding plate 2 rests on the ledge 14 of one of the two frames 1. The frame 1 and the at least one shielding plate 2 can be mounted on a wavy plate 3 to form an air passage 30 in the ventilated roof.

The frame 1 can be integrally formed by extrusion and includes a top portion la, a bottom portion lb, a hollow portion H, and at least one vent A. The hollow portion H 20 is formed between the top portion la and the bottom portion lb. The at least one vent A is aligned with the air passage 30 and intercommunicates with the hollow portion H. The top portion la includes a top board 14 having at least one upper through-hole 11. The bottom portion lb includes at least one lower through-hole 12. The at least one upper through-hole 11 and the at least one lower through-hole 12 intercommunicate with 25 the hollow portion H. Thus, indoor hot air can be discharged via the at least one vent A, the hollow portion H and the at least one upper through-hole 11. Furthermore, when

2018203634 23 May 2018 water enters the hollow portion H via the at least one upper through-hole 11, the water can be discharged to the wavy plate 3 via the at least one lower through-hole 12. The at least one upper through-hole 11 is located on a first side of the top board 14. Furthermore, a net 13 is mounted on top of the at least one upper through-hole 11 to 5 prevent alien objects from falling into the hollow portion H.

The top board 14 includes a stop portion 141 and two protruding members 142.

An end of the at least one shielding plate 2 abuts the stop portion 141. The two protruding members 142 are located on a second side of the stop portion 141. A water channel 15 is formed between the two protruding members 142 and includes at least one 10 drain hole 151 extending from an upper surface through a lower surface of the top board and intercommunicating with the hollow portion H, such that water can enter the hollow portion H via the at least one drain hole 151 and can be discharged to the wavy plate 3 via the at least one lower through-hole 12. An end of the at least one shielding plate 2 rests on the two protruding members 142 of one of the two frames 1, such that 15 the at least one drain hole 151 is not blocked by the at least one shielding plate 2. Each of the two protruding members 142 can be comprised of a plurality of protrusions, and a water passageway is formed between two adjacent protrusions. In an alternative example, each of the two protruding members 142 is an elongated member having at least one through-hole 152. Thus, water falling through the gap between the at least 20 one shielding plate 2 and the stop portion 141 can enter the hollow portion H via the at least one drain hole 151. Furthermore, the bottom portion lb includes a side having a first insertion groove 16 and an extension plate 161.

Furthermore, an inner wall of the frame 1 delimiting the hollow portion H includes a plurality of second insertion grooves 17. A plurality of baffles 18 is coupled 25 with the plurality of second insertion grooves 17 and is alternately disposed, such that a zigzag passageway is formed in the hollow portion H. Thus, the indoor hot air can be

2018203634 23 May 2018 discharged via the at least on upper through-hole 11. Furthermore, the zigzag passageway prevents water from splashing into the air passage 30 via the at least one through-hole 11. The plurality of baffles 18 can include a plurality of holes 19 to rapidly discharge a portion of the hot air.

The at least one shielding plate 2 can be any conventional plates, including but not limited to metal plates, glass plates, transparent plates, etc. Each of the two ends of the at least one shielding plate 2 is placed on the two protruding members 142 of one of the two frames 1. Furthermore, a gap between each of the two ends of the at least one shielding plate 2 and the stop portion 141 is sealed by a sealing glue S such as epoxy resin, preventing water from leaking into the inside of a house.

With reference to FIG. 3, in this embodiment, a bottom board 31 includes an engaging portion 32 engaged with the first insertion groove 16 of the at least one frame 1. The bottom board 31 is fixed to a rib 34 on the wavy plate 3 by a plurality of fasteners 33. Thus, the at least one frame 1 can be securely fixed on the wavy plate 3.

With reference to FIGS. 2 and 4, the improved structure of the ventilated roof further includes a plurality of connecting beams 4 connected between the two frames 1. Each of two ends of each of the plurality of connecting beams 4 has a connecting portion 41 connected to one of the two frames 1. In this embodiment, the connecting portion 41 is a positioning hole, and fasteners 42 are used to fix the two ends of each of the plurality of connecting beams 4 to the two frames 1. Furthermore, each of the plurality of connecting beams 4 includes a top portion having at least two ridges 43 and a vertical plate 46. At least one guiding groove 44 is defined between the at least two ridges 43 and a corresponding one of the plurality of connecting beams 4 having the at least two ridges 43. A top of each of the at least two ridges 43 is flush with a top of each of the two protruding members 142. In this embodiment, the top portion of each of the plurality of connecting beams 4 has two guiding grooves 44. Each of the two guiding

2018203634 23 May 2018 grooves 44 is aligned with one of the through-holes 152. The height of the vertical plate 46 is higher than a height of the at least two ridges 43. A protective cover 45 is coupled to the vertical plate 46. When the connecting portions 41 at two ends of each of the plurality of connecting beams 4 are connected to the two frames 1, an edge of the at least one shielding plate 2 rests on the at least two ridges 43, and a side of the at least one shielding plate 2 abuts a side of the protective cover 45. A gap between the side of the at least one shielding plate 2 and the plurality of connecting beams 4 can be sealed by a sealing glue S, such as epoxy resin, preventing water from leaking into the inside of the house via the gap. Furthermore, each of the two guiding grooves 44 is aligned with a corresponding through-hole 152. Thus, when the sealing glue S has aged and deteriorated after long-term use and, thus, cannot seal the gap, even if water leaks into the guiding grooves 44, the water is discharged through the at least one drain hole 151, flows through the hollow portion H of the frame 1, and is discharged to the wavy plate 3 via the at least one lower through-hole 12.

With reference to FIGS. 2 and 4, the improved structure of the ventilated roof further includes a sideboard 5 fixed by a plurality of fasteners 51 to two ends of the at least one frame 1. The sideboard 5 seals two ends of an air passage 30 formed by the at least one frame 1 and the at least one shielding plate 2, providing a better appearance.

With reference to FIG. 2, in this embodiment, the ventilated roof is comprised of two frames 1 and at least one shielding plate 2. For each of the two frames 1, an engaging portion 32 of a bottom board 31 engages with the first insertion groove 16 of the frame 1. The bottom boards 31 are fixed to the ribs 34 on the wavy plate 3 by a plurality of fasteners 33. Thus, the frames 1 can be securely fixed on the wavy plate 3. Each of the two ends of the at least one shielding plate 2 is placed on the two protruding members 142 of one of the two frames 1. Furthermore, the gap between each of the two ends of the at least one shielding plate 2 and the two frames 1 is sealed by the

2018203634 23 May 2018 sealing glue S such as epoxy resin. Thus, the two frames 1 and the at least one shielding plate 2 form an air passage 30. As a result, the indoor hot air can pass through the at least one vent A into the hollow portion H of each of the two frames 1 and can be discharged via the upper through-holes 11 of the two frames 1. The nets 13 on top of the upper through-holes 11 of the two frames 1 prevent alien objects from falling into the hollow portions H. Water falling through the upper through-holes 11 into the hollow portions H can be discharged to the wavy plate 3 via the lower through-holes 12 and can fall downward along the channels between the ribs 33 of the wavy plate 3 without the risks of entering the inside of the house. Thus, although the sealing glue S has aged and deteriorated due to long-term use and, thus, fails to seal the gap, the water leaking downward through the gap still can enter the hollow portion H via the at least one drain hole 151 and can be discharged to the wavy plate 3 via the at least one lower hole 12, such that water can fall downward via the channels between the ribs 34 of the wavy plate 3, preventing water from entering the inside of the house.

FIGS. 5 and 6 show an improved structure of a ventilated roof of a second embodiment according to the present invention. In a case that the improved structure of the ventilated roof is used on a roof ridge using two wavy plates 3 that incline downward. An edge of the extension plate 161 of each of the two frames 1 abut the coupling portion 61 at a top portion of a decorative plate 6. Each decorative plate 6 is 20 arcuate and includes a plurality of notches 62 matched with ribs 34 on the corresponding wavy plate 3. Each decorative plate 6 can be fixed to the corresponding wavy plate 3 by a plurality of fasteners 63. Then, each frame 1 is fixed by fasteners 162 to the corresponding decorative plate 6 and the corresponding wavy plate 3. Thus, after the frames 1 are coupled to the wavy plates 3, the bottom surface of each arcuate decorative 25 plate 6 abuts the ribs 34 of the corresponding wavy plate 3 and the channels between the ribs 34. As a result, the frames 1 and the wavy plates 3 have a better appearance after

2018203634 23 May 2018 coupling while preventing water from entering the inside of the house via the channels of the wavy plates 3.

Furthermore, a protective member 7 is mounted between the two frames 1.

The protective member 7 can be a protective net or a protective board. A plurality of supporting members 71 is disposed on each of an inner face of each of the two frames 1, with the inner faces of the two frames 1 facing each other. The plurality of supporting members 71 is fixed to the two frames 1 and is coupled to the protective member 7. Thus, when a worker is proceeding with installation or maintenance of the ventilated roof, the protective member 7 prevents falling of installation tools, alien objects, or the 10 worker.

In view of the foregoing, in the improved structure of the ventilated roof, since the top portion la of the at least one frame 1 includes at least one drain hole 151 extending through the top portion la and intercommunicating with the hollow portion H, such that water enters the hollow portion H via the at least one drain hole 151 and is then 15 discharged to the wavy plate 3 via the at least one lower through-hole 12. Thus, water flows downward along the channels between the ribs 34 of the wavy plate 3, preventing water from entering the inside of the house. Furthermore, the ventilated roof can include the protective member 7 to prevent falling of installation tools, alien objects, or the worker when the worker is proceeding with installation or maintenance.

Although specific embodiments have been illustrated and described, numerous modifications and variations are still possible without departing from the scope of the invention. The scope of the invention is limited by the accompanying claims.

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1. An improved structure of a ventilated roof comprising:
at least one frame including a top portion, a bottom portion, a hollow portion, and at least one vent, wherein the at least one vent intercommunicates with the hollow portion, wherein the top portion includes a top board having a side with an upper through-hole, wherein the bottom portion includes a lower through-hole, wherein the upper and lower through-holes intercommunicate with the hollow portion, wherein the top board includes a stop portion and two protruding members on an inner side thereof, wherein a water channel is formed between the two protruding members and includes at least one drain hole extending through the top board and intercommunicating with the hollow portion; and at least one shielding plate including an end resting on the two protruding members of the at least one frame.
2. The improved structure of the ventilated roof as claimed in Claim 1, wherein the at least one frame includes two frames located opposite to each other, wherein the at least one shielding plates includes two ends, and wherein each of the two ends of the at least one shielding plate rests on the two protruding members of one of the two frames.
3. The improved structure of the ventilated roof as claimed in Claim 2, further comprising a plurality of connecting beams, wherein each of the plurality of connecting beams includes two ends, and wherein each of the two ends of each of the plurality of connecting beams has a connecting portion connected to one of the two frames.
4. The improved structure of the ventilated roof as claimed in Claim 3, wherein each of the plurality of connecting beams includes a top portion having at least
2018203634 23 May 2018 two ridges, wherein at least one guiding groove is defined between the at least two ridges and a corresponding one of the plurality of connecting beams having the at least two ridges, wherein each of the two protruding members of each of the two frames includes at least one through-hole intercommunicating with the at least one drain hole and aligned with the at least one guiding groove.
5. The improved structure of the ventilated roof as claimed in Claim 4, wherein a top of each of the at least two ridges is flush with a top of each of the two protruding members.
6. The improved structure of the ventilated roof as claimed in Claim 2, wherein a plurality of supporting members is disposed on each of an inner face of each of the two frames, wherein the inner faces of the two frames face each other, and wherein the plurality of supporting members is coupled to a protective member.
7. The improved structure of the ventilated roof as claimed in Claim 1 or 2, further comprising a net mounted on top of the upper through-hole.
8. The improved structure of the ventilated roof as claimed in Claim 1 or 2, wherein the bottom portion includes a side having a first insertion groove and an extension plate.
9. The improved structure of the ventilated roof as claimed in Claim 8, further comprising a bottom board including an engaging portion, wherein the engaging portion engages with the first insertion groove, and wherein the bottom board is fixed to a rib on a wavy plate by a plurality of fasteners.
10. The improved structure of the ventilated roof as claimed in Claim 1 or
2, wherein an inner wall of the at least one frame delimiting the hollow portion includes a plurality of second insertion grooves, and wherein a plurality of baffles is coupled with the plurality of second insertion grooves and is alternately disposed.
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11. The improved structure of the ventilated roof as claimed in Claim 1 or
2, further comprising a decorative plate having a top portion with a coupling portion, wherein the coupling portion abuts an edge of the extension plate, and wherein the decorative plate includes a plurality of notches matched with a plurality of ribs on a wavy plate and is fixed to the wavy plate by a plurality of fasteners.
12. The improved structure of the ventilated roof as claimed in any of Claims 1 to 6, further comprising a sideboard fixed by a plurality of fasteners to two ends of the at least one frame, wherein the sideboard seals two ends of an air passage formed by the at least one frame and the at least one shielding plate.
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