CN110725635A - Heat-insulating bridge-cut-off aluminum door and window - Google Patents

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CN110725635A
CN110725635A CN201911128253.6A CN201911128253A CN110725635A CN 110725635 A CN110725635 A CN 110725635A CN 201911128253 A CN201911128253 A CN 201911128253A CN 110725635 A CN110725635 A CN 110725635A
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Abstract

A heat insulation bridge-cut-off aluminum door and window comprises an inner aluminum alloy section and an outer aluminum alloy section, wherein the inner aluminum alloy section and the outer aluminum alloy section are connected into a whole through a heat insulation bridge cut-off; a cavity is formed between the heat insulation bridge cut-off and the inner aluminum alloy section bar and between the heat insulation bridge cut-off and the outer aluminum alloy section bar; the cavity is internally provided with a support body, and the upper surface and the lower surface of the support body are planes. The invention can greatly improve the flatness between the inner aluminum alloy section and the outer aluminum alloy section and improve the strength of the cavity.

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Heat-insulating bridge-cut-off aluminum door and window
Technical Field
The invention relates to the technical field of doors and windows, in particular to a heat-insulation bridge-cut-off aluminum door and window.
Background
As shown in fig. 1: the window frame of the existing heat-insulation bridge-cut-off aluminum door window usually comprises an inner aluminum alloy section bar 1 (namely an inner window frame) and an outer aluminum alloy section bar 2 (namely an outer window frame), and the two groups of aluminum alloy section bars are butted to form an integral structure. The existing butt joint mode is that a heat insulation broken bridge 3 is usually arranged between an inner aluminum alloy profile 1 and an outer aluminum alloy profile 2, the heat insulation broken bridge 3 usually comprises two groups of heat insulation strips, an upper group of heat insulation strips and a lower group of heat insulation strips are inserted into notches of the upper group of heat insulation strips and the lower group of heat insulation strips to realize connection, and a cavity 4 is formed between the two groups of heat insulation strips. However, the heat insulating strips are low in hardness and prone to bending and unevenness, so that the joints of the inner aluminum alloy profiles and the outer aluminum alloy profiles are uneven, the flatness of the window frame is poor, and the joints are hollow and poor in strength.
Disclosure of Invention
The invention aims to overcome the defects in the prior art and provide the heat-insulation bridge-cutoff aluminum door and window with high flatness and high strength.
The technical scheme of the invention is as follows: a heat insulation bridge-cut-off aluminum door and window comprises an inner aluminum alloy section and an outer aluminum alloy section, wherein the inner aluminum alloy section and the outer aluminum alloy section are connected into a whole through a heat insulation bridge cut-off; a cavity is formed between the heat insulation bridge cut-off and the inner aluminum alloy section bar and between the heat insulation bridge cut-off and the outer aluminum alloy section bar; the cavity is internally provided with a support body, and the upper surface and the lower surface of the support body are planes.
Further, the heat insulation bridge cut-off comprises two groups of heat insulation strips, and the cavity is formed between the two groups of heat insulation strips and the inner aluminum alloy section and between the two groups of heat insulation strips and the outer aluminum alloy section.
Further, the shape of the support body is matched with the cross-sectional shape of the cavity.
Further, the support body is made of plastic.
Further, the support body is of a frame-shaped structure.
Furthermore, grooves are formed in the inner aluminum alloy section and the outer aluminum alloy section.
Furthermore, the support body is provided with a bulge at a position corresponding to the groove, and the bulge can be embedded into the groove for fixation.
Further, the support body is in contact with the heat insulation broken bridge in a fitting mode.
Furthermore, notches are formed in the inner aluminum alloy section and the outer aluminum alloy section, clamping strips are arranged at positions of the supporting body corresponding to the notches, and the clamping strips are fixedly hooked with the notches.
The invention has the beneficial effects that: through setting up the supporter, can improve the roughness between interior aluminum alloy ex-trusions and the outer aluminum alloy ex-trusions greatly to improve the intensity of cavity department.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic diagram of a prior art configuration;
FIG. 2 is a schematic structural diagram of an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 3 is a schematic structural view of the support body of the embodiment shown in FIG. 1;
fig. 4 is an enlarged schematic view of the structure of the portion I of the embodiment shown in fig. 3.
The attached drawings indicate the following: 1. an inner aluminum alloy profile; 2. an outer aluminum alloy profile; 3. insulating heat and breaking a bridge; 4. a cavity; 5. a support body; 6. a notch; 51. and (6) clamping the strip.
Detailed Description
The invention will be described in further detail below with reference to the drawings and specific examples.
As shown in fig. 2 and 3: a heat insulation bridge-cut-off aluminum door and window comprises an inner aluminum alloy section bar 1 and an outer aluminum alloy section bar 2, wherein the inner aluminum alloy section bar 1 and the outer aluminum alloy section bar 2 are connected into a whole through a heat insulation bridge-cut-off 3, and the heat insulation bridge-cut-off 3 comprises an upper group of heat insulation strips and a lower group of heat insulation strips; a cavity 4 is formed between the two groups of heat insulation strips and the inner aluminum alloy section 1 and the outer aluminum alloy section 2; a support body 5 is arranged in the cavity 4, and the upper surface and the lower surface of the support body 5 are planes.
The scheme has the following advantages: through set up the supporter in the cavity, and the upper surface and the lower surface of supporter are the plane, on the one hand, can effectively improve in the roughness between aluminium alloy ex-trusions and the outer aluminium alloy ex-trusions, on the other hand, can improve the intensity of cavity department.
In this embodiment, the shape of the support body 5 is adapted to the cross-sectional shape of the cavity 4, so as to improve flatness. The support body 5 is made of plastic, and the plastic needs to have certain hardness so as to meet the requirement of flatness, and the hardness of the plastic is preferably shore hardness 90.
In the present embodiment, the support body 5 is preferably a frame-shaped structure. The support body 5 is respectively attached to and closely contacted with the upper and lower groups of heat insulation strips so as to improve the flatness. In addition, reinforcing ribs can be arranged in the frame-shaped structure, for example, the reinforcing ribs are arranged between the top wall and the bottom wall of the frame-shaped structure, so that the strength of the supporting body is improved. Or, the supporting body is a solid frame structure.
In this embodiment, there are two ways for the connection structure between the support body 5 and the inner aluminum alloy profile 1 and the outer aluminum alloy profile 2.
In the first mode, grooves are formed in the inner aluminum alloy section and the outer aluminum alloy section, and bulges are arranged on the side wall of the supporting body at positions corresponding to the grooves and can be embedded into the grooves for fixing. When the supporting body is installed, the bulge on the supporting body can be matched and connected with the groove, and then the heat insulation strip is inserted; the heat insulating strips can also be inserted first, and then the support body is inserted into the cavity from one side.
And the second method comprises the following steps: as shown in fig. 4: the inner aluminum alloy profile 1 and the outer aluminum alloy profile 2 are provided with notches 6, the side wall of the support body 5 is provided with clamping strips 51 at positions corresponding to the notches 6, and the clamping strips 51 are fixedly hooked with the notches 6. When the supporting body 5 is installed, the clip strips 51 on the supporting body 5 need to be hooked out of the notches 6 on both sides for fixing, and then the heat insulating strips need to be inserted.
In conclusion, the support body is arranged, so that the flatness between the inner aluminum alloy section and the outer aluminum alloy section can be greatly improved, and the strength of the cavity is improved.

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1. A heat insulation bridge-cut-off aluminum door and window comprises an inner aluminum alloy section and an outer aluminum alloy section, wherein the inner aluminum alloy section and the outer aluminum alloy section are connected into a whole through a heat insulation bridge cut-off; a cavity is formed between the heat insulation bridge cut-off and the inner aluminum alloy section bar and between the heat insulation bridge cut-off and the outer aluminum alloy section bar; the hollow cavity is characterized in that a supporting body is arranged in the hollow cavity, and the upper surface and the lower surface of the supporting body are planes.
2. The insulated bridge-cut-off aluminum door window as claimed in claim 1, wherein the insulated bridge-cut-off comprises two sets of insulating strips, and the two sets of insulating strips form the cavity with the inner aluminum alloy profile and the outer aluminum alloy profile.
3. The heat-insulating bridge-cut-off aluminum door window as claimed in claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the shape of the support body is adapted to the cross-sectional shape of the cavity.
4. The heat-insulating bridge-cut-off aluminum door window as claimed in claim 1 or 2, wherein the support body is made of plastic.
5. The insulated bridge-cut-off aluminum door window according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the support body is of a frame-shaped structure.
6. The heat-insulating bridge-cut-off aluminum door window as claimed in claim 1 or 2, wherein the inner aluminum alloy section and the outer aluminum alloy section are provided with grooves.
7. The heat-insulating bridge-cut-off aluminum door window as claimed in claim 6, wherein the support body is provided with a protrusion at a position corresponding to the groove, and the protrusion can be embedded into the groove for fixation.
8. The insulated bridge-cut aluminum door window according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the support body is in abutting contact with the insulated bridge cut.
9. The heat-insulating bridge-cut-off aluminum door and window as claimed in claim 1 or 2, wherein the inner aluminum alloy section and the outer aluminum alloy section are provided with notches, the support body is provided with clamping strips at positions corresponding to the notches, and the clamping strips and the notches are hooked and fixed.
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