CN110924622A - Installation method of nail-free installed keel-containing floor system - Google Patents

Installation method of nail-free installed keel-containing floor system Download PDF

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CN110924622A
CN110924622A CN201911387870.8A CN201911387870A CN110924622A CN 110924622 A CN110924622 A CN 110924622A CN 201911387870 A CN201911387870 A CN 201911387870A CN 110924622 A CN110924622 A CN 110924622A
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赖丕韶
张伟坚
赖则干
胡凤娟
祝丽平
孙鑫凯
李翰杰
黄海涛
屠建锋
周健
周方均
吴景春
邢黎明
商圣波
竹伟江
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HUAHUI CONSTRUCTION GROUP CO Ltd
Zhejiang Huahui Decoration Engineering Co ltd
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F15/00Flooring
    • E04F15/02Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements
    • E04F15/02038Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements characterised by tongue and groove connections between neighbouring flooring elements
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F15/00Flooring
    • E04F15/02Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements
    • E04F15/02044Separate elements for fastening to an underlayer
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F15/00Flooring
    • E04F15/02Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements
    • E04F15/02044Separate elements for fastening to an underlayer
    • E04F2015/0205Separate elements for fastening to an underlayer with load-supporting elongated furring elements between the flooring elements and the underlayer
    • E04F2015/02066Separate elements for fastening to an underlayer with load-supporting elongated furring elements between the flooring elements and the underlayer with additional fastening elements between furring elements and flooring elements
    • E04F2015/02072Separate elements for fastening to an underlayer with load-supporting elongated furring elements between the flooring elements and the underlayer with additional fastening elements between furring elements and flooring elements the additional fastening elements extending into the back side of the flooring elements
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F2201/00Joining sheets or plates or panels
    • E04F2201/02Non-undercut connections, e.g. tongue and groove connections
    • E04F2201/023Non-undercut connections, e.g. tongue and groove connections with a continuous tongue or groove
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F2201/00Joining sheets or plates or panels
    • E04F2201/04Other details of tongues or grooves
    • E04F2201/043Other details of tongues or grooves with tongues and grooves being formed by projecting or recessed parts of the panel layers

Abstract

The invention relates to a method for installing a nail-free installed keel floor system, which comprises the following process steps: 1) the bolt is screwed on the keel on the floor installation site, so that the bolt is exposed out of the top surface of the keel; 2) the keels are horizontally arranged on the floor at equal intervals, and the tail ends of the keels are abutted against the wall surface; 3) auxiliary connecting rods are arranged among the keels at equal intervals; 4) the keel and the auxiliary connecting rod, the keel and the wall surface are connected by adopting a right-angle connecting piece; 5) the floor is sequentially laid on the keel, when the floor is laid, the part of the bolt, which is exposed out of the top surface of the keel, is inserted into the embedded part, and the floor are mutually overlapped through the overlapping surface to form a complete floor system. The installation method of the nail-free installation type keel-containing floor system has the advantages of convenience in transportation, convenience in disassembly and assembly, reusability of the floor and the like.

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Installation method of nail-free installed keel-containing floor system
[ technical field ] A method for producing a semiconductor device
The invention relates to a method for installing a floor, in particular to a method for installing a nail-free installed floor system with a keel, belonging to the technical field of architectural decoration engineering.
[ background of the invention ]
The floor has different materials, but the paving method mainly comprises two methods, one is provided with the keel, and the other is not provided with the keel. The floor with the keels is laid on a floor surface layer at certain intervals, then the floor is placed on the keels, and the floor is fixed on the keels through nails so as to avoid the displacement or local upwarping of the floor. The floor without keel is directly paved on the floor surface layer. The floor with the keels has advantages and disadvantages, due to the keels, the floor surface layer has certain fluctuation, the floor can be leveled by adjusting the keels, wire pipes and water pipes can be arranged under the floor, the floor is overhead, the moisture resistance is better, meanwhile, due to the spaced arrangement of the keels, the floor has certain elasticity, is comfortable to walk on and get off, and can have certain buffering when people fall down on the floor, so that the floor is safer; and the floor without the keel needs to be leveled, and the floor is tightly attached to the floor surface layer, so that the floor is not elastic and is not as comfortable as the floor with the keel.
But the floor with the keel has more relative construction processes and high requirement on construction quality, and once the wood floor is nailed by the nail, the wood floor is easy to damage during subsequent removal and can not be reused.
Therefore, there is a need to provide an innovative installation method of nailless installed keel flooring system to overcome the above-mentioned drawbacks of the prior art.
[ summary of the invention ]
In order to solve the problems, the invention aims to provide a mounting method of a nail-free mounting keel-containing floor system, which is convenient to transport and mount and disassemble and the floor can be reused.
In order to achieve the purpose, the invention adopts the technical scheme that: a method for installing a nail-free installed keel floor system comprises a floor, a keel, a bolt, an auxiliary connecting rod and a right-angle connecting piece; the floor is rectangular, and four edges of the floor extend outwards to form overlapping surfaces with equal width; the lap surfaces of two opposite edges on the floor are staggered up and down; an embedded part is embedded in the bottom surface of the floor; the keels are laid at equal intervals, and bolt holes are formed in the keels at equal intervals; the bolt is in threaded connection with the bolt hole of the keel, penetrates out of the top surface of the keel and is inserted into the embedded part, so that the keel is combined with the floor; the auxiliary connecting rods are arranged between the adjacent keels at equal intervals; the right-angle connecting piece is connected with the keel and the auxiliary connecting rod through screws;
the installation method of the floor system comprises the following process steps:
1) the bolt is screwed on the keel on the floor installation site, so that the bolt is exposed out of the top surface of the keel;
2) the keels are horizontally arranged on the floor at equal intervals, and the tail ends of the keels are abutted against the wall surface;
3) auxiliary connecting rods are arranged among the keels at equal intervals;
4) the keel and the auxiliary connecting rod, the keel and the wall surface are connected by adopting a right-angle connecting piece;
5) the floor is sequentially laid on the keel, when the floor is laid, the part of the bolt, which is exposed out of the top surface of the keel, is inserted into the embedded part, and the floor are mutually overlapped through the overlapping surface to form a complete floor system.
The installation method of the nail-free installed keel floor system further comprises the following steps: the floor boards are mutually lapped through the lapping surface; the thickness of the lap joint surface is half of that of the floor.
The installation method of the nail-free installed keel floor system further comprises the following steps: the embedded parts are cylindrical bodies with holes and are positioned on the central line of the narrow edge of the floor, and the distance between the embedded parts is the distance between adjacent keels.
The installation method of the nail-free installed keel floor system further comprises the following steps: the embedded part is specifically an embedded nut which is embedded in the floor and does not protrude out of the floor.
The installation method of the nail-free installed keel floor system further comprises the following steps: the bolt consists of a cylindrical screw and a flat nut.
The installation method of the nail-free installed keel floor system further comprises the following steps: the bolt and the embedded part are in interference fit.
The installation method of the nail-free installed keel floor system further comprises the following steps: the right angle connecting piece is the L type, and both ends respectively have a screw hole.
The installation method of the nail-free installed keel floor system further comprises the following steps: the length of the auxiliary connecting rod is equal to the distance between the adjacent keels.
The installation method of the nail-free installation keel floor system further comprises the following steps: the tail end of the keel is abutted against the wall surface, and the keel is connected with the wall surface through a right-angle connecting piece.
Compared with the prior art, the invention has the following beneficial effects:
1. the installation method of the nail-free installation keel-containing floor system realizes the purpose of fixing the floor and the keel through the embedded parts and the bolts, and the floor is very convenient to dismantle and cannot be damaged, so that the floor can be reused after being dismantled.
2. The installation method of the nail-free installation type keel-containing floor system does not adopt the original connection mode of arranging the mortise-tenon edges, the floors are directly connected in a mutual lap joint mode through the lap joint surfaces, the construction is simple, and the dismounting is convenient.
3. The keel of the installation method of the nail-free installation keel floor system does not need to be nailed together with the floor, so the installation method can not only use wood, but also have diversified selections.
4. The bolt of the installation method of the nail-free installation keel floor system is not directly embedded in the keel, but is installed later, so that the production and transportation of the keel are facilitated, and the embedded part is embedded in the floor, does not protrude out of the floor, and does not influence the packing and transportation of the floor.
5. The installation method of the nail-free installation type keel floor system does not need to punch holes on the surface layer of the floor slab, so that the main structure of the floor slab cannot be damaged. The fossil fragments pass through right angle connecting piece and link to each other with the wall to through right angle connecting piece, supplementary connecting rod contact and fixed adjacent fossil fragments, so can not only prevent that the fossil fragments from shifting, also can increase fossil fragments rigidity and wholeness.
[ description of the drawings ]
Figure 1 is a schematic view of the nailed installed keel flooring system of the present invention.
Fig. 2 is a front view of the floor panel of fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is a side view along a-a in fig. 2.
Figure 4 is a front view of the keel of figure 1.
Figure 5 is an assembly view of the floor, keel and bolts of figure 1.
Fig. 6 is a front view of the right angle connector of fig. 1.
Fig. 7 is a side view taken along B-B in fig. 6.
[ detailed description ] embodiments
Referring to the attached drawings 1 to 7 in the specification, the nail-free installed keel floor system of the invention is formed by assembling a floor 1, a keel 3, a bolt 4, an auxiliary connecting rod 6, a right-angle connecting piece 5 and the like.
The floor 1 is rectangular, and four edges of the floor extend outwards to form overlapping surfaces 11 with equal width. The overlapping surfaces 11 of two opposite edges of the floor panel 1 are offset in the vertical direction. The floor 1 is mutually lapped through the lapping surfaces 11, so that a complete floor system is spliced, the original connection mode of establishing the mortise and tenon joint edges is not adopted, the floor 1 is directly lapped and connected through the lapping surfaces 11, the construction is simple, and the dismounting is also convenient. In the present embodiment, the thickness of the faying surface 11 is half of the thickness of the floor panel 1.
Further, embedded parts 2 are embedded in the bottom surface of the floor 1. The embedded part 2 is a cylindrical body with a hole and is positioned on the center line of the narrow edge of the floor 1. The distance between the embedded parts 2 is the distance between the adjacent keels 3, so that the embedded parts are convenient to install with the keels 3. In this embodiment, the embedded part 2 is specifically an embedded nut. The embedded parts 2 are embedded in the floor 1, do not protrude out of the floor 1, and do not affect the packing and transportation of the floor 1.
The keels 3 are laid at equal intervals, and bolt holes 31 are formed in the keels at equal intervals. The keel 3 of the present embodiment does not need to be nailed to the floor 1, and thus it can be made of wood and can be variously selected.
The bolt 4 is screwed on the bolt hole 41 of the keel 3 and consists of a screw rod 41 and a nut 42, wherein the screw rod 41 is cylindrical, and the nut 42 is flat. The bolt 4 penetrates out of the top surface of the keel 3 and is inserted into the embedded part 2, so that the keel 3 is combined with the floor 1. In the embodiment, the bolts 4 and the embedded parts 2 are in interference fit, so that the keel 3 and the floor 1 can be firmly combined and are not easy to separate, the floor 1 is also convenient to remove, the floor 1 cannot be damaged, and the floor 1 can be reused after being removed. The bolt 4 is not directly embedded on the keel 3, but is installed later, so that the production and the transportation of the keel 3 are facilitated.
The auxiliary connecting rods 6 are arranged between the adjacent keels 3 at equal intervals, and the length of each auxiliary connecting rod is equal to the interval between the adjacent keels 3.
The right-angle connecting piece 5 is connected with the keel 3 and the auxiliary connecting rod 6 through screws 7. The tail end of the keel 3 is abutted against the wall surface 8, and the keel 3 and the wall surface 8 are also connected through a right-angle connecting piece 5. The right-angle connector 5 is L-shaped and has screw holes 51 at both ends thereof to facilitate installation of the screws 7.
The installation method of the nail-free installation keel floor system comprises the following steps:
1) in the floor installation site, the bolt 4 is screwed on the keel 3, so that the bolt 4 is exposed out of the top surface of the keel 3;
2) the keels 3 are horizontally arranged on the floor at equal intervals, and the tail ends of the keels 3 are abutted against the wall surface 8;
3) auxiliary connecting rods 6 are arranged among the keels 3 at equal intervals;
4) a right-angle connecting piece 5 is adopted to connect the keel 3, the auxiliary connecting rod 6, the keel 3 and the wall surface 8;
5) the floor 1 is sequentially laid on the keels 3, when the floor is laid, the parts of the bolts 4, which are exposed out of the top surfaces of the keels 3, are inserted into the embedded parts 2, and the floor 1 are mutually overlapped through the overlapping surfaces 11 to form a complete floor system.
The installation method of the nail-free installation type keel floor system does not need to punch holes on the surface layer of the floor slab during installation, so that the main structure of the floor slab cannot be damaged. Fossil fragments 3 link to each other with wall 8 through right angle connecting piece 5 to link to each other and fixed adjacent fossil fragments 3 through right angle connecting piece 5, auxiliary connecting rod 6, so can not only prevent that fossil fragments 3 from shifting, also can increase 3 rigidity of fossil fragments and wholeness.
The above embodiments are merely preferred embodiments of the present disclosure, which are not intended to limit the present disclosure, and any modifications, equivalents, improvements and the like, which are within the spirit and principle of the present disclosure, should be included in the scope of the present disclosure.

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1. A method for installing a nail-free installed keel floor system is characterized in that: the floor system comprises a floor, a keel, a bolt, an auxiliary connecting rod and a right-angle connecting piece; the floor is rectangular, and four edges of the floor extend outwards to form overlapping surfaces with equal width; the lap surfaces of two opposite edges on the floor are staggered up and down; an embedded part is embedded in the bottom surface of the floor; the keels are laid at equal intervals, and bolt holes are formed in the keels at equal intervals; the bolt is in threaded connection with the bolt hole of the keel, penetrates out of the top surface of the keel and is inserted into the embedded part, so that the keel is combined with the floor; the auxiliary connecting rods are arranged between the adjacent keels at equal intervals; the right-angle connecting piece is connected with the keel and the auxiliary connecting rod through screws;
the installation method of the floor system comprises the following process steps:
1) the bolt is screwed on the keel on the floor installation site, so that the bolt is exposed out of the top surface of the keel;
2) the keels are horizontally arranged on the floor at equal intervals, and the tail ends of the keels are abutted against the wall surface;
3) auxiliary connecting rods are arranged among the keels at equal intervals;
4) the keel and the auxiliary connecting rod, the keel and the wall surface are connected by adopting a right-angle connecting piece;
5) the floor is sequentially laid on the keel, when the floor is laid, the part of the bolt, which is exposed out of the top surface of the keel, is inserted into the embedded part, and the floor are mutually overlapped through the overlapping surface to form a complete floor system.
2. The method of installing a nailed, installed, keel flooring system of claim 1, wherein: the floor boards are mutually lapped through the lapping surface; the thickness of the lap joint surface is half of that of the floor.
3. The method of installing a nailed, installed, keel flooring system of claim 1, wherein: the embedded parts are cylindrical bodies with holes and are positioned on the central line of the narrow edge of the floor, and the distance between the embedded parts is the distance between adjacent keels.
4. The method of installing a nailed, installed, keel flooring system of claim 1, wherein: the embedded part is specifically an embedded nut which is embedded in the floor and does not protrude out of the floor.
5. The method of installing a nailed, installed, keel flooring system of claim 1, wherein: the bolt consists of a cylindrical screw and a flat nut.
6. The method of installing a nailed, installed, keel flooring system of claim 1, wherein: the bolt and the embedded part are in interference fit.
7. The method of installing a nailed, installed, keel flooring system of claim 1, wherein: the right angle connecting piece is the L type, and both ends respectively have a screw hole.
8. The method of installing a nailed, installed, keel flooring system of claim 1, wherein: the length of the auxiliary connecting rod is equal to the distance between the adjacent keels.
9. The method of installing a nailed, installed, keel flooring system of claim 1, wherein: the tail end of the keel is abutted against the wall surface, and the keel is connected with the wall surface through a right-angle connecting piece.
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