CH713082A1 - Transport bag and method for filling and emptying of such a transport bag. - Google Patents

Transport bag and method for filling and emptying of such a transport bag. Download PDF

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CH713082A1
CH713082A1 CH01438/16A CH14382016A CH713082A1 CH 713082 A1 CH713082 A1 CH 713082A1 CH 01438/16 A CH01438/16 A CH 01438/16A CH 14382016 A CH14382016 A CH 14382016A CH 713082 A1 CH713082 A1 CH 713082A1
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Kälin Erich
Keller Martin
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Ferag Ag
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Priority claimed from CN201680069055.5A external-priority patent/CN108602626A/en
Priority claimed from CH00684/17A external-priority patent/CH713089A1/en
Priority claimed from EP17800406.5A external-priority patent/EP3532413A1/en
Priority claimed from PCT/EP2017/077603 external-priority patent/WO2018078098A1/en
Publication of CH713082A1 publication Critical patent/CH713082A1/en

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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65GTRANSPORT OR STORAGE DEVICES, e.g. CONVEYORS FOR LOADING OR TIPPING, SHOP CONVEYOR SYSTEMS OR PNEUMATIC TUBE CONVEYORS
    • B65G17/00Conveyors having an endless traction element, e.g. a chain, transmitting movement to a continuous or substantially-continuous load-carrying surface or to a series of individual load-carriers; Endless-chain conveyors in which the chains form the load-carrying surface
    • B65G17/20Conveyors having an endless traction element, e.g. a chain, transmitting movement to a continuous or substantially-continuous load-carrying surface or to a series of individual load-carriers; Endless-chain conveyors in which the chains form the load-carrying surface comprising load-carriers suspended from overhead traction chains
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65GTRANSPORT OR STORAGE DEVICES, e.g. CONVEYORS FOR LOADING OR TIPPING, SHOP CONVEYOR SYSTEMS OR PNEUMATIC TUBE CONVEYORS
    • B65G17/00Conveyors having an endless traction element, e.g. a chain, transmitting movement to a continuous or substantially-continuous load-carrying surface or to a series of individual load-carriers; Endless-chain conveyors in which the chains form the load-carrying surface
    • B65G17/30Details; Auxiliary devices
    • B65G17/32Individual load-carriers
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65GTRANSPORT OR STORAGE DEVICES, e.g. CONVEYORS FOR LOADING OR TIPPING, SHOP CONVEYOR SYSTEMS OR PNEUMATIC TUBE CONVEYORS
    • B65G17/00Conveyors having an endless traction element, e.g. a chain, transmitting movement to a continuous or substantially-continuous load-carrying surface or to a series of individual load-carriers; Endless-chain conveyors in which the chains form the load-carrying surface
    • B65G17/30Details; Auxiliary devices
    • B65G17/48Controlling attitudes of load-carriers during movement
    • B65G17/485Controlling attitudes of load-carriers during movement the load carriers being suspended
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65GTRANSPORT OR STORAGE DEVICES, e.g. CONVEYORS FOR LOADING OR TIPPING, SHOP CONVEYOR SYSTEMS OR PNEUMATIC TUBE CONVEYORS
    • B65G47/00Article or material-handling devices associated with conveyors; Methods employing such devices
    • B65G47/34Devices for discharging articles or materials from conveyor 
    • B65G47/38Devices for discharging articles or materials from conveyor  by dumping, tripping, or releasing load carriers
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65GTRANSPORT OR STORAGE DEVICES, e.g. CONVEYORS FOR LOADING OR TIPPING, SHOP CONVEYOR SYSTEMS OR PNEUMATIC TUBE CONVEYORS
    • B65G47/00Article or material-handling devices associated with conveyors; Methods employing such devices
    • B65G47/52Devices for transferring articles or materials between conveyors i.e. discharging or feeding devices
    • B65G47/60Devices for transferring articles or materials between conveyors i.e. discharging or feeding devices to or from conveyors of the suspended, e.g. trolley, type
    • B65G47/61Devices for transferring articles or materials between conveyors i.e. discharging or feeding devices to or from conveyors of the suspended, e.g. trolley, type for articles

Abstract

The invention is based on a transport pocket (10.4) for the suspended transport of a transport item by means of a transport device (23 ') extending in a transport direction (26), which transport pocket (10.4) has a rear wall (11) aligned transversely to the transport direction (26) a front wall (12) oriented transversely to the transport direction (26) and movably connected to one another at an upper pocket end and a lower pocket end, such that the front wall (12) is movable relative to the rear wall (11) between a filling position in which they are seated Rear wall (11) has a first distance, and a blank position in which it has a second distance to the rear wall, which is smaller than the first distance, and which transport pocket (10.4) by means of a at the rear wall (11) above attached connecting means (13 ') Is connected to the transport device (23') hanging. An improvement of the filling and emptying operations is achieved in that the rear wall (11) in the region of the lower pocket closure laterally arranged first rolling elements (17b) for guiding the transport pocket (10.4).

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TECHNICAL FIELD The present invention relates to the field of conveyor technology. It relates to a transport bag for the hanging transport of a transport good according to the preamble of claim 1.

It also relates to a method for filling and emptying such a transport bag.

PRIOR ART Hanging conveyor systems on which transport goods are conveyed in attached transport bags have long been known from the prior art.

Document DE 10 2012 108 757 A1 describes a carrier bag for a hanging conveyor device for the hanging transport of objects, which has a holding frame, a pocket bag that hangs on the holding frame and from which objects to be transported can be received, and a hanging element that has is connected to the holding frame and by means of which the carrying bag can be attached to the overhead conveyor device in order to be transported suspended from the overhead conveyor device.

The pocket bag has a first and a second bag section, each having a first bag end section connected to the holding frame and a second bag end section facing away from the holding frame, the second bag end sections being connected to one another via an articulated mechanism which can be brought into an unloading position Is in which the second bag end sections are arranged at a distance from one another, so that the pocket bag for dispensing objects is provided with an outlet opening formed between the second bag end sections, and which can be brought into a loading position in which the second bag end sections are arranged adjacent to one another, so that the outlet opening is closed and the pocket bag can hold objects.

Document DE 10 2004 018 569 A1 discloses a collecting device for receiving objects, in particular items of clothing, when sorting collecting the objects, with a collecting pocket which essentially comprises a frame which is provided with an entrainment element which can be integrated into a conveying device and which hangs on the frame Has pocket bags, the driving element and the frame are pivotable relative to each other about an axis lying transversely to the conveying direction, and wherein the pocket bag is opened when the frame is arranged horizontally and the pocket bag is collapsed and essentially closed when the frame is arranged vertically.

Document DE 10 354 419 A1 discloses a hanging conveyor device for transporting conveyed goods, in particular items of clothing, with a plurality of conveyed goods carriers, which are attached or can be attached to a guide rail by means of a hook and can be transported along a conveyor track, at least one of which Conveyor goods carrier has at least one pocket for receiving material to be conveyed, and wherein the pocket has at least one pocket compartment, which is delimited by a front wall and a rear wall, which are adjustable relative to one another, around the pocket compartment between a closed position and at least one open position stepwise or continuously adjust, in the closed position the front wall of the rear wall is largely approximated and in the at least one open position the front wall and the rear wall are separated from one another in comparison with the closed position or possibly spread apart.

[0008] The publication DE 10 2012 018 925 A1 discloses a pocket hanging conveyor system with a hanging conveyor for transporting bags along a guide rail downstream in a conveying direction, the bags hanging vertically below the guide rail in a transport position and the pockets essentially in a loading position are aligned horizontally.

Furthermore, a loading station is provided which has a deflection device, the deflection device having an upstream end and a downstream end and being arranged below the guide rail of the overhead conveyor, the pockets being in contact with the deflection device during transport in the conveying direction come to rotate the pockets at least initially during continued transport in the conveying direction from the vertical transport position into the substantially horizontal loading position.

The bag has a suspension device for pivotally coupling the bag to the guide rail of the overhead conveyor, and a back, which has an upper section and a lower section in the vertical transport position, the lower section in a longitudinal direction of the back to the adjoins the upper section, as well as a cover, a front side and a base, the rear side being wider in the transverse direction than the cover, the front side and the base, so that the rear side has at least one wing area projecting laterally with respect to the front side which, during transport of the bag through the loading station for rotating the bag, abuts against the at least one swivel element, and which rests on the deflection device in the loading position.

CH 713 082 A1 [0011] Important aspects when using such transport bags are filling and emptying that is as simple and smooth as possible, which can be easily integrated into the ongoing conveying process, is not susceptible to faults and can be handled flexibly for different transport goods. The basis for this is also the design of the bags themselves.

PRESENTATION OF THE INVENTION It is therefore an object of the invention to provide a transport bag which can be filled and emptied particularly simply and safely in connection with overhead conveyors.

It is also an object of the invention to provide a method for filling and a method for emptying such a bag in connection with such a bag.

The tasks are solved by the features of claims 1, 12 and 20.

The invention relates to a transport bag for the hanging transport of goods to be transported by means of a transport device extending in a transport direction, which transport bag has a transversely to the transport direction rear wall and a transversely to the transport direction front wall, which has an upper pocket end and a lower Pocket ends are movably connected to one another, such that the front wall relative to the rear wall between a filling position in which it is at a first distance from the rear wall and an empty position in which it is at a second distance from the rear wall, which is smaller than the first distance, and which transport bag can be connected to the transport device in a hanging manner by means of a connection means attached to the top of the rear wall.

It is characterized in that the rear wall in the region of the lower pocket end has laterally arranged first rolling elements for guiding the transport pocket.

[0017] In particular, the axes of the first rolling elements can be oriented transversely to the transport direction.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the rear wall can be designed to be dimensionally stable.

The rear wall can also have a frame, which is preferably dimensionally stable.

An embodiment of the transport bag according to the invention is characterized in that a dimensionally stable upper frame is provided for the movable connection between the front wall and the rear wall at the upper pocket end, which is pivotally mounted both on the front wall and on the rear wall.

Another embodiment of the transport bag according to the invention is characterized in that a dimensionally stable lower frame and / or floor is provided for the movable connection between the front wall and the rear wall at the lower pocket end, which are pivotally mounted both on the front wall and on the rear wall ,

A further embodiment of the transport bag according to the invention is characterized in that the front wall in the area of the upper pocket end has second roller elements arranged laterally for guiding the transport bag.

[0023] In particular, the axes of the second rolling elements can be oriented transversely to the transport direction.

A still further embodiment of the transport bag according to the invention is characterized in that at least one engagement opening is provided in the front wall, through which access to the transport space located inside the transport bag is made possible.

Another embodiment of the transport bag according to the invention is characterized in that the transport bag is open on the sides.

The transport bag can also be at least partially closed on the sides.

The inventive method for filling the transport bag according to the invention is characterized in that the transport bag hanging on the transport device for opening from the freely hanging vertical position by pivoting the rear wall to reach a filling position so far in the direction of a horizontal position the rear wall is located above the front wall is moved so that the distance between the rear wall and the front wall that is established is sufficiently large for the filling of a transport good.

Another embodiment of the method according to the invention is characterized in that the first rolling elements of the rear wall are moved relative to the transport device upwards on a link guide for pivoting the transport bag.

To move the first rolling elements on the link guide, the transport bag can be moved hanging on the transport device in the transport direction.

In particular, when the filling position provided for filling the transport bag is reached, the first rolling elements can snap into a locking recess on the link guide.

If the front wall in the region of the upper pocket end has laterally arranged second rolling elements for guiding the transport pocket, the axes of which are in particular oriented transversely to the transport direction, can

CH 713 082 A1, when the position provided for filling the transport bag is reached, the front wall is fixed in position by means of the second rolling elements.

A further embodiment of the method according to the invention is characterized in that the goods to be transported are introduced into the transport bag located in the filling position.

In particular, means for introducing the transport goods into the bag can be provided.

If at least one engagement opening is provided in the front wall of the transport bag, other means for introducing the transport goods into the transport bag can also be provided.

In particular, at least one engagement opening can be provided in the front wall of the transport bag, through which access to the transport space located inside the transport bag is made possible, the means for introducing the transport goods comprising roller conveyors and for easier insertion of the transport goods into the transport bag the transport bag is lowered onto the roller conveyors in such a way that their rollers protrude into the transport space through the at least one engagement opening.

The inventive method for emptying the transport bag according to the invention is characterized in that the transport bag hanging on the transport device from the free-hanging vertical position by pivoting the rear wall to achieve an emptying position so far in the direction of a horizontal position or beyond, in which the rear wall is above the front wall, is moved so that the transport goods located in the transport bag can be transported out of the transport bag.

An embodiment of the method according to the invention is characterized in that the first rolling elements of the rear wall are moved upwards on a link guide in relation to the transport device in order to pivot the transport bag.

In particular, to move the first rolling elements on the link guide, the transport bag hanging on the transport device can be moved further in the transport direction.

[0039] When the transport bag has reached the emptying position, the first rolling elements can snap into a locking recess on the link guide.

In particular, means for emptying the transport bag can be provided.

If at least one engagement opening is provided in the front wall of the transport bag, through which access to the transport space located inside the transport bag is made possible and the means for inserting the transport goods include roller conveyors, can facilitate the unloading of the transport goods from the transport bag Transport bag are lowered on roller conveyors in such a way that their rollers protrude through the engagement openings into the transport space.

BRIEF EXPLANATION OF THE FIGURES The invention is to be explained in more detail below on the basis of exemplary embodiments in connection with the drawing. Show it:

1 shows a side view of an exemplary transport device as is suitable for transporting a bag according to the invention;

FIG. 2 seen the transport device from FIG. 1 in a transport direction;

3 seen a transport bag against the transport direction according to an embodiment of the invention;

4 shows a perspective side view of a transport bag according to another exemplary embodiment of the invention with two engagement openings in the front wall;

FIG. 5 shows, in a view comparable to FIG. 4, a transport bag according to a further exemplary embodiment of the invention with two engagement openings open at the top in the front wall;

6 shows a transport bag according to another exemplary embodiment of the invention in connection with a transport device in a view comparable to FIG. 4;

7 shows a side view of the transport bag according to the invention filled with a package;

8 shows the transport bag from FIG. 7 in the empty state;

9 shows a transport bag according to another exemplary embodiment of the invention with a shortened rear wall in a view comparable to FIG. 4;

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10 shows a first step in a possible filling process for a transport bag according to the invention;

11, following FIG. 10, shows a second step in a possible filling process for a transport bag according to the invention;

FIG. 12, following FIG. 11, a third step in a possible filling process for a transport bag according to the invention;

13 shows a first step in a possible emptying process for a transport bag according to the invention; and

FIG. 14 following FIG. 13 shows a second step in a possible emptying process for a transport bag according to the invention.

WAYS OF IMPLEMENTING THE INVENTION FIG. 1 shows a side view of an exemplary transport device 23 in the form of a hanging conveyor, as is suitable for transporting a transport bag 10 according to the invention; FIG. 2 shows the transport device 23 from FIG. 1 seen in a direction opposite to the transport direction (arrow in FIG. 1). The transport device 23 comprises carriages 25 which are movably mounted on a running rail 24 by means of rollers and which grip around the inside running rail 24 on the outside. Such a transport device is e.g. known from the publications WO 2016/030 275 A1 and WO 2016/030 274 A1. The transport bag 10 is only hinted at in the two figures.

Fig. 3 shows a first embodiment of a transport bag according to the invention. The illustrated transport bag 10.1 has a (raised) rear wall 11 and a front wall 12, both of which are oriented transversely to the rail or conveying direction. The terms “front wall” and “rear wall” refer to the transport direction, the front wall 12 being arranged in front of the rear wall 11 in the transport direction. A connecting means 13 is inserted into the rear wall 11 in the upper region, which enables the transport bag 10.1 to be permanently or detachably attached to a carriage 25 of the transport device. In the example of FIG. 3, the connecting means 13 comprises a crossbar running across the entire width of the rear wall 11, from which two vertical connecting elements to the carriage 25 extend in the central region.

The actual transport volume of the transport bag 10.1 corresponds to the height of the front wall 12 and extends between an upper pocket end 14 and a lower pocket end 16. In the lower pocket end 16, two rolling elements 17a and 17b are laterally opposite on the lower edge of the rear wall 11 arranged, the axes of rotation are preferably oriented horizontally and transversely to the transport direction. The rolling elements 17a and 17b can in particular be rollers or wheels.

In the upper pocket end 14 on the upper edge of the front wall 12 laterally opposite two rolling elements 15a and 15b are arranged, whose axes of rotation are also preferably oriented horizontally and transversely to the direction of transport. The rolling elements 15a and 15b can in particular be rollers or wheels. The arrangement of the rolling elements 15a, 15b and 17a, 17b is the same in the exemplary embodiment in FIG. 4.

So that the transport bag 10.1 for filling and emptying in the intended, explained later in a simple and reliable manner in a certain position and can be held there, it is appropriate with respect to the front and rear walls 12 and 11 and their Complying with each other under certain conditions. The rear wall 11 can e.g. be dimensionally stable. In this context, “dimensionally stable” means that the rear wall 11 retains its plate-like wall character even when the position of the transport bag changes. This can be achieved, for example, in that the rear wall is formed as a dimensionally stable plate at least partially from plastic, metal or a wood material. However, it is also conceivable that the rear wall only has a dimensionally stable frame which is covered with a fabric or a simple or laminated film. The same also applies to the front wall 12 of the transport bag 10.1.

Front wall 12 and rear wall 11 are now to be movably connected to one another in the region of the upper pocket end 14 and in the region of the lower pocket end 16. As can be seen better in the embodiment of the transport bag 10.2 shown in FIG. 4 because of the perspective view, a dimensionally stable, preferably rectangular upper frame 18 can be provided for the movable connection between the front wall 12 and the rear wall 11, which frame is attached to both the front wall 12 and on the rear wall 11 is pivotally mounted. Likewise, a dimensionally stable, preferably rectangular lower frame 19 and / or a corresponding dimensionally stable bottom 19a can be provided for the movable connection between the front wall 12 and the rear wall 11, which is pivotably mounted both on the front wall 12 and on the rear wall 11 are. While the upper frame 18 for filling and emptying the transport bag 10.1 or 10.2 is empty through the upper pocket end 14, the lower frame 19 can be covered with a fabric or a simple or laminated film, especially if no separate bottom 19a is provided. If front wall 12 and / or rear wall 11 are inherently stable, instead of the full frame 18 and 19 above

CH 713 082 A1 and below also only laterally arranged swivel arms are provided as a connection between the walls. Corresponding pivot bearings or hinges are not shown in the figures.

The transport bag 10.2 of FIG. 4 has some deviations from the transport bag 10.1 of FIG. 3: On the one hand, a connecting means 13 'is provided, which also has a crossbar, but only at two edge points by means of fastening elements 13'a and 13'b (rivets, screw connections with washers, etc.) is attached to the rear wall 11. On the other hand, the front wall 11 is dimensionally stable, in particular as a plate, and has two vertical engagement openings 20a and 20b in the form of wide slots, through which, for certain purposes, which will be discussed in more detail later, from the outside to the interior or transport space 21 of the transport bag 10.2 can be accessed; in the case of FIG. 4, the engagement openings 20a and 20b end at the upper (closed) frame 18 of the transport bag 10.2. However, as in the case of the transport bag 10.3 of FIG. 5, they can also be continuous, which in certain cases makes the intervention easier. The upper frame 18 'is interrupted in this case.

In Fig. 6, the orientation of the bag with respect to the transport direction 26 in the transport device 23 'is clearly visible for the transport bag 10.4. In this case, the transport device 23 'has carriages or running elements which are movably mounted inside a running rail. Such devices are e.g. known from EP 1 693 322 A1. In this context, it should be pointed out that the carriages or running elements of the transport devices or overhead conveyors 23, 23 'can be moved individually, but can also be connected to one another in the running direction.

7 and 8 show in a side view how a transport bag 10.4 according to FIG. 6 changes its shape, depending on whether the bag is filled (FIG. 7) or empty (FIG. 8). In the filled state, when the transport ash 10.4 contains a cargo 22, e.g. in the form of a cuboid-shaped package, the front wall 12 assumes a position relative to the rear wall 11 by corresponding pivoting, in which - depending on the thickness of the goods to be transported 22 - it has a more or less large distance d1 from the rear wall 11. This distance dl becomes maximum when the upper and lower frames 18 and 19 are horizontal. In the empty state (FIG. 8), the front wall 12 folds down by pivoting the frames 18 and 19 due to the force of gravity in a parallelogram configuration and thus takes up little space when the empty pockets are kept in a warehouse or a parking position for further transport tasks , The distance between the front wall 12 and the rear wall 11 then takes its minimum value with d2.

While in the previous exemplary embodiments of the transport bags according to the invention the rear wall 11 regularly protruded considerably from the front wall 12, in the exemplary embodiment according to FIG. 9 the rear wall 11 of the transport bag 10.5 ends at the same height as the front wall 12. The connecting means 13 is also in this case changed somewhat by having three fastening elements distributed across the width. Of course, additional fastening points and fastening elements can be provided, in particular with higher transport loads.

10 to 12, an embodiment of the inventive method for filling a transport bag 10 of the type described is shown schematically simplified in several steps. In the first step according to FIG. 10, the transport bag is tilted from the hanging vertical position into a filling position by moving the bag with the rolling elements 17a and 17b at the lower end of the rear wall 11 on an ascending sliding guide 27 opposite the transport device 23 until move the rolling elements 17a and 17b into corresponding locking recesses 28 on the link guide 27 and lock the transport bag 10 in this position if further transport is interrupted at the same time. Tilting is e.g. made possible by an articulated connection 36 between the connecting means and the carriage 25.

In this configuration, if corresponding engagement openings 20a and 20b are present in the front wall 11 below, as shown in FIG. 4 or 5, a correspondingly configured roller conveyor 30 with its rollers can be inserted into the interior of the pocket through the engagement openings 20a and 20b in order to enable a goods 22 to be easily pushed in on the rollers. So that the front wall 12 also remains stable in its position in this configuration, a fixing device 29 can fix the front wall 12 on its rolling elements 15a and 15b beforehand.

The goods to be transported 22 can be e.g. horizontally (Fig. 10) and then, e.g. by means of a sliding mechanism 32, are inserted into the lying, open transport bag 10. However, it is also conceivable to provide motor-driven rollers in the roller tracks 30 and / or 31 for insertion.

If the goods to be transported 22 are completely accommodated by the transport bag 10 - although it may well protrude from the bag at the top - the transport bag according to FIG. 12 is brought back into the hanging vertical position away from the roller conveyors, e.g. the sliding mechanism 32 is withdrawn, the transport device 23 is moved upwards and at the same time the carrying bag 10 is moved upwards on the guide link 27 and is lifted off the roller conveyor 30.

13 and 14, the hanging on the transport device 23, filled transport bag 10 from the free-hanging vertical position by pivoting the rear wall 11 to achieve an emptying position so far in the direction of a horizontal position, in which the the rear wall 11 is located above the front wall 12, moves that the transport goods 22 located in the transport bag 10, for example diagonally down from the

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Transport bag 10 can be transported out (Fig. 14). For this purpose, the rolling elements 17a and 17b of the rear wall 11 are moved upwards on a link guide 27 'relative to the transport device 23, the transport bag 10 being moved on the transport device 23 in the transport direction. When the emptying position provided for emptying the transport bag 10 has been reached, the rolling elements 17a, 17b snap into a locking recess 28 'on the link guide 27' (FIG. 13). Then, by lowering the transport device 23, the transport bag 10 is tilted further downward with the upper opening and at the same time brought through the engagement openings 20a and 20b into engagement with a first roller conveyor of a series of roller conveyors 33, 34 and 35, on which the goods to be transported 22 are then placed roll out of the transport bag 10 and can be transported to an output location.

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    1. Transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) for the hanging transport of a transport good (22) by means of a transport device (23, 23 ') extending in a transport direction (26), which transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) a transversely to the transport direction (26) aligned rear wall (11) and a transverse to the transport direction (26) aligned front wall (12), which are movably connected to each other at an upper pocket end (14) and a lower pocket end (16), such that the front wall (12 ) relative to the rear wall (11) between a filling position, in which it has a first distance (dl) from the rear wall (11), and an empty position, in which it has a second distance (d2) from the rear wall (11), which is smaller than the first distance (dl), and which transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) can be connected to the transport device (23, 23 ') in a hanging manner by means of a connecting means (13, 13', 13) attached to the rear wall (11), characterized thereby hnet that the rear wall (11) in the region of the lower pocket end (16) laterally arranged first rolling elements (17a, 17b) for guiding the transport pocket (10; 10.1-10.5).
  2. 2. Transport bag according to claim 1, characterized in that the axes of the first rolling elements (17a, 17b) are oriented transversely to the transport direction (26).
  3. 3. Transport bag according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the rear wall (11) is dimensionally stable.
  4. 4. Transport bag according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the rear wall (11) has a frame which is preferably dimensionally stable.
  5. 5. Transport bag according to one of claims 1 to 4, characterized in that for the movable connection between the front wall (12) and the rear wall (11) on the upper pocket end (14) a dimensionally stable upper frame (18) is provided, which on both Front wall (12) and on the rear wall (11) is pivotally mounted.
  6. 6. Transport bag according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that for the movable connection between the front wall (12) and the rear wall (11) at the lower pocket end (16) a dimensionally stable lower frame (19) and / or bottom (19a) It is provided which is pivotably mounted both on the front wall (12) and on the rear wall (11).
  7. 7. Transport bag according to one of claims 1 to 6, characterized in that the front wall (12) in the region of the upper pocket end (14) has laterally arranged second rolling elements (15a, 15b) for guiding the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5).
  8. 8. Transport bag according to claim 7, characterized in that the axes of the second rolling elements (15a, 15b) are oriented transversely to the transport direction (26).
  9. 9. Transport bag according to one of claims 1 to 8, characterized in that in the front wall (12) at least one engagement opening (20a, 20b) is provided, through which access to the inside of the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) located transport space (21) is made possible.
  10. 10. Transport bag according to one of claims 1 to 9, characterized in that the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) is open on the sides.
  11. 11. Transport bag according to one of claims 1 to 10, characterized in that the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) is at least partially closed on the sides.
  12. 12. The method for filling the transport bag according to one of claims 1 to 11, characterized in that the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) hanging on the transport device (23, 23 ') for opening from the freely hanging vertical position by pivoting the rear wall (11) to reach a filling position so far in the direction of a horizontal position, in which the rear wall (11) is located above the front wall (12), that the resulting distance between the rear wall (11) and front wall (12) is sufficiently large for the filling of a transport good (22).
  13. 13. The method according to claim 12, characterized in that for pivoting the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5), the first rolling elements (17a, 17b) of the rear wall (11) on a link guide (27) relative to the transport device (23, 23 ') be moved upwards.
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  14. 14. The method according to claim 13, characterized in that for moving the first rolling elements (17a, 17b) on the link guide (27), the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) on the transport device (23, 23 ') hanging in the transport direction (26th ) is moved on.
  15. 15. The method according to claim 13, characterized in that the first rolling elements (17a, 17b) when reaching the filling position provided for filling the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) enter into a locking recess (28) on the link guide (27) ,
  16. 16. The method according to claim 15, characterized in that the front wall (12) in the region of the upper pocket end (14) has laterally arranged second rolling elements (15a, b) for guiding the transport pocket (10; 10.1-10.5), the axes of which are in particular transverse are oriented to the transport direction (26), and that when the position provided for filling the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) is reached, the position of the front wall (12) is fixed by means of the second rolling elements (15a, b).
  17. 17. The method according to claim 12, characterized in that the goods to be transported (22) are introduced into the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) located in the filling position.
  18. 18. The method according to claim 17, characterized in that means (30, 31, 32) for introducing the transport goods (22) into the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) are provided.
  19. 19. The method according to claim 18, characterized in that in the front wall (12) of the transport bag (10;
    10.1-10.5) at least one engagement opening (20a, 20b) is provided, through which access to the transport space (21) located inside the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) is made possible that the means for introducing the transport goods (22 ) Include roller conveyors (30), and that for easier insertion of the goods to be transported (22) into the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) is lowered onto the roller conveyors (30) in such a way that they can be moved with their Rollers protrude through the at least one engagement opening (20a, 20b) into the transport space (21).
  20. 20. The method for emptying the transport bag according to one of claims 1 to 11, characterized in that the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) hanging on the transport device (23, 23 ') from the freely hanging vertical position by pivoting the rear wall (11 ) to reach an emptying position so far in the direction of a horizontal position or beyond, in which the rear wall (11) is located above the front wall (12), that the transported goods in the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) are moved (22) from the transport bag (10;
    10.1-10.5) can be transported out.
  21. 21. The method according to claim 20, characterized in that for pivoting the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5), the first rolling elements (17a, 17b) of the rear wall (11) on a link guide (27 ') relative to the transport device (23, 23' ) are moved upwards.
  22. 22. The method according to claim 21, characterized in that for moving the first rolling elements (17a, 17b) on the link guide (27 ') the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) hanging on the transport device (23, 23') in the transport direction ( 26) is moved on.
  23. 23. The method according to claim 21, characterized in that the first rolling elements (17a, 17b) engage when they reach the emptying position of the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) in a latching recess (28 ') on the link guide (27').
  24. 24. The method according to claim 20, characterized in that means (30) for emptying the transport bag (10;
    10.1-10.5) are provided.
  25. 25. The method according to claim 24, characterized in that in the front wall (12) of the transport bag (10;
    10.1-10.5) at least one engagement opening (20a, 20b) is provided, through which access to the transport space (21) located inside the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) is made possible that the means for emptying the transport bag (10 ; 10.1-10.5) include roller conveyors (30), and that the transport bag (10; 10.1-10.5) is lowered onto the roller conveyors (30) in such a way that the transport goods (22) can be unloaded from the transport pocket (10; 10.1-10.5), that these protrude with their roles through the engagement openings (20a, 20b) into the transport space (21).
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