CN211341682U - Lower hoisting point truss for climbing frame - Google Patents

Lower hoisting point truss for climbing frame Download PDF

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CN211341682U
CN211341682U CN201921162902.XU CN201921162902U CN211341682U CN 211341682 U CN211341682 U CN 211341682U CN 201921162902 U CN201921162902 U CN 201921162902U CN 211341682 U CN211341682 U CN 211341682U
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沈海晏
钟建都
吕光利
朱庚华
陈恒飞
谢先富
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A lower suspension point truss for a climbing frame. The lower lifting point truss is an aluminum alloy extruded section product and comprises a left arm fixedly connected with the guide rail, a right arm for mounting and fixing the lower lifting point and a middle frame connected between the left arm and the right arm; the left arm is provided with a plurality of first mounting holes penetrating through the left arm along the left-right direction; the right arm is provided with a plurality of second mounting holes penetrating through the right arm along the front-back direction; the middle frame is provided with a front panel and a rear panel which are spaced apart, and the left side and the right side of the front panel and the right side of the rear panel are respectively connected with the left arm and the right arm. The lower hoisting point truss has the advantages of stable structure, high strength, convenience in installation and lighter weight.

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Lower hoisting point truss for climbing frame
Technical Field
The utility model relates to a high-rise building construction safety protection equipment especially relates to a lower hoisting point truss for climbing frame.
Background
The climbing frame is newly developed high-rise building safety protection engineering equipment in recent years and can ascend and descend along a building. An electric hoist is usually mounted on the climbing frame to provide power for the lifting of the climbing frame. When the electric hoist lifts the guide rail of the climbing frame, the lower lifting point truss can consume part of kinetic energy provided by the electric hoist. The lower hoisting point truss of the current climbing frame is usually made of steel, and the lower hoisting point truss made of steel by welding is complex to process and low in dimensional accuracy due to high density of the steel; because the heavy installation is inconvenient, and easy corrosion later maintenance is with high costs.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
An object of the utility model is to the above-mentioned technical problem, a lower hoisting point truss for climbing frame that stable in structure, intensity are high, easy to assemble and quality are lighter is proposed.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a climbing frame with the above lower hanging point truss.
The utility model provides a technical scheme as follows: designing a lower hoisting point truss for a climbing frame, wherein the climbing frame comprises a plurality of wall attaching bases for being attached to a wall body and a guide rail in sliding connection with the wall attaching bases, and the lower hoisting point truss is used for being installed at the lower end of the guide rail; the lower lifting point truss is an aluminum alloy extruded section product and comprises a left arm fixedly connected with the guide rail, a right arm for mounting and fixing a lower lifting point and a middle frame connected between the left arm and the right arm; the left arm is provided with a plurality of first mounting holes penetrating through the left arm along the left-right direction; the right arm is provided with a plurality of second mounting holes penetrating through the right arm along the front-back direction; the middle frame is provided with a front panel and a rear panel which are spaced apart, and the left side and the right side of the front panel and the right side of the rear panel are respectively connected with the left arm and the right arm.
The utility model provides an among the lower hoisting point truss for climbing frame: a plurality of front avoidance holes penetrating through the front panel along the front-back direction are formed in one side, close to the left arm, of the front panel, and a plurality of rear avoidance holes penetrating through the rear panel along the front-back direction are formed in one side, close to the left arm, of the rear panel; the front avoidance holes are opposite to the rear avoidance holes one by one; at least one central axis of the first mounting hole penetrates through the area between the front avoidance hole and the rear avoidance hole which are opposite to each other.
The utility model provides an among the lower hoisting point truss for climbing frame: the quantity of first mounting hole is k times of the quantity of preceding dodging the hole, and k is positive integer, and every group is just right mutually preceding dodging the hole with it is just only k all to have in the region between the hole after dodging the axis of first mounting hole passes.
The utility model provides an among the lower hoisting point truss for climbing frame: the middle frame further comprises a plurality of reinforcing pieces extending along the vertical direction, the reinforcing pieces are parallel to each other and spaced from each other in the left-right direction, and the front side and the rear side of each reinforcing piece are respectively connected with the front panel and the rear panel.
The utility model provides an among the lower hoisting point truss for climbing frame: it is a plurality of preceding dodge the hole and a plurality of after dodge the hole and all be located closest to the left arm the left side of reinforcing plate.
The utility model provides an among the lower hoisting point truss for climbing frame: the left arm is in a hollow square tube shape and is provided with a first right wall, a first front wall and a first rear wall, a first left wall and a first rear wall, wherein the right side of the first right wall is respectively connected with the front panel and the rear panel, the first front wall and the first rear wall are connected with the first right wall, and the first left wall is opposite to the first right wall and is respectively connected with the first front wall and the first rear wall; each of the first mounting holes simultaneously penetrates the first left wall and the first right wall.
The utility model provides an among the lower hoisting point truss for climbing frame: the right arm is in a hollow square tube shape and is provided with a second left wall, a second front wall and a second rear wall, the left side of the second left wall is connected with the front panel and the rear panel respectively, the second front wall and the second rear wall are connected with the second left wall, and the second right wall is opposite to the second left wall and is connected with the second front wall and the second rear wall respectively; each of the second mounting holes extends through both the second front wall and the second rear wall.
The utility model provides an among the lower hoisting point truss for climbing frame: the spacing between the first front wall and the first rear wall is equal to the spacing between the second front wall and the second rear wall and greater than the spacing between the front panel and the rear panel.
The utility model provides an among the lower hoisting point truss for climbing frame: the lower part of the left arm is also provided with third mounting holes which simultaneously penetrate through the first front wall and the first rear wall, and one third mounting hole is aligned with one second mounting hole on the right arm in a left-right mode.
In order to solve the problems, the utility model also provides a climbing frame, which comprises a plurality of wall attaching seats attached to the wall, a guide rail connected with the wall attaching seats in a sliding way, an upper lifting point truss fixed on the guide rail, an upper lifting point arranged on the upper lifting point truss and an inverted hoist hoister with a chain wound on the upper lifting point; the lower hoisting point truss is further included; the left arm of the lower hoisting point truss is fixed at the position, below the upper hoisting point truss, of the guide rail, and the left arm and the guide rail are fixed through a plurality of bolts which respectively penetrate through the first mounting holes and the guide rail; a lower lifting point is arranged on a right arm of the lower lifting point truss, and the right arm and the lower lifting point are fixed through a plurality of bolts which respectively penetrate through the second mounting holes and the lower lifting point; and a hook of the inverted hoist hoister is connected with the lower hoisting point.
Implement the utility model provides a lower hoisting point truss can reach following beneficial effect:
1. the lower lifting point truss is an aluminum alloy extruded section product, and compared with the existing lower lifting point truss made of steel, the lower lifting point truss has the advantages of light weight and enough strength.
2. The left arm is provided with a plurality of first mounting holes which penetrate through the left arm along the left-right direction, and the lower hoisting point truss is conveniently mounted on a guide rail of the climbing frame in a bolt connection mode.
3. The right arm is provided with a plurality of second mounting holes which penetrate through the right arm along the front-back direction, so that the lower lifting point is conveniently mounted and fixed on the lower lifting point truss in a bolt connection mode.
4. The middle frame is provided with a front panel and a rear panel which are spaced apart, the left arm and the right arm are respectively connected to the left side and the right side of the front panel and the rear panel, the middle frame further comprises a plurality of reinforcing pieces which extend along the vertical direction, the reinforcing pieces are parallel to each other and spaced apart from each other in the left-right direction, and the front panel and the rear panel are respectively connected to the front side and the rear side of each reinforcing piece. And by adding a plurality of reinforcing sheets, the lower suspension point truss is provided with higher bending strength.
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Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a first view of a lower suspension point truss according to a first embodiment;
fig. 2 is a perspective view of a lower suspension point truss according to a second perspective view provided in the first embodiment;
FIG. 3 is a bottom view of a lower suspension point truss provided in accordance with one embodiment;
FIG. 4 is a schematic cross-sectional view of a lower suspension point truss provided in accordance with an exemplary embodiment;
fig. 5 is a schematic perspective view of the climbing frame according to the second embodiment.
The reference numerals in the detailed description illustrate:
lower hoisting point truss 1 Left arm 11
Right arm 12 Middle frame 13
First mounting hole 111 Second mounting hole 121
Front panel 131 Rear panel 132
First right wall 112 First front wall 114
First rear wall 115 First left wall 113
Second right wall 122 Second front wall 124
Second rear wall 125 Second left wall 123
Front avoiding hole 1311 Rear avoiding hole 1321
Reinforcing sheet 133 Third mounting hole 116
Wall-attached seat 2 Guide rail 3
Upper hanging point truss 4 Upper hanging point 5
Hoist with inverted hoist 6 Lower hanging point 7
Detailed Description
In order to facilitate understanding of the present invention, the present invention will be described more fully hereinafter with reference to the accompanying drawings. Exemplary embodiments of the present invention are shown in the drawings. The invention may, however, be embodied in many different forms and should not be construed as limited to the embodiments set forth herein. Rather, these embodiments are provided so that this disclosure will be thorough and complete.
It will be understood that when an element is referred to as being "secured to" another element, it can be directly on the other element or intervening elements may also be present. When an element is referred to as being "connected" to another element, it can be directly connected to the other element or intervening elements may also be present. The terms "vertical," "horizontal," "left," "right," and the like as used herein are for illustrative purposes only.
Unless defined otherwise, all technical and scientific terms used herein have the same meaning as commonly understood by one of ordinary skill in the art to which this invention belongs. The terminology used in the description of the invention herein is for the purpose of describing particular embodiments only and is not intended to be limiting of the invention.
The terms including ordinal numbers such as "first", "second", and the like used in the present specification may be used to describe various components, but the components are not limited by the terms. These terms are used only for the purpose of distinguishing one constituent element from other constituent elements. For example, a first component may be named a second component, and similarly, a second component may also be named a first component, without departing from the scope of the present invention.
The utility model discloses general thinking is: the lower lifting point truss 1 is an aluminum alloy extruded section product and comprises a left arm 11 fixedly connected with the guide rail 3, a right arm 12 fixedly installed on the lower lifting point 7, and a middle frame 13 connected between the left arm 11 and the right arm 12; the left arm 11 is provided with N first mounting holes 111 penetrating through the left arm 11 along the left-right direction, wherein N is a positive integer; the right arm 12 is provided with L second mounting holes 121 penetrating through the right arm 12 along the front-back direction, wherein L is a positive integer; the middle frame 13 has a front panel 131 and a rear panel 132 spaced apart from each other, and both left and right sides of the front panel 131 and the rear panel 132 are connected to the left arm 11 and the right arm 12, respectively. So, act as through the aluminium alloy that the selection quality is stronger and intensity is enough lower hoisting point truss 1's raw and other materials, in addition reasonable neotype structural design makes the utility model provides a lower hoisting point truss 1 possesses stable in structure, intensity height, easy to assemble and the lighter advantage of quality.
In order to better understand the technical solutions, the technical solutions will be described in detail below with reference to the drawings and the specific embodiments of the specification, and it should be understood that the specific features in the embodiments and examples of the present invention are detailed descriptions of the technical solutions of the present application, but not limitations of the technical solutions of the present application, and the technical features in the embodiments and examples of the present invention can be combined with each other without conflict.
Example one
The present embodiment provides a lower suspension point truss 1. The lower lifting point truss 1 is an aluminum alloy extruded section product, and it needs to be explained that the lower lifting point truss 1 has a simple structure and small size, so that the lower lifting point truss can be selected as the aluminum alloy extruded section product, and the extruded section can be formed into a required shape through blanking and cutting.
As shown in fig. 1, the lower suspension point truss 1 comprises a left arm 11 fixedly connected with the guide rail 3, a right arm 12 fixedly installed on the lower suspension point 7, and a middle frame 13 connected between the left arm 11 and the right arm 12; the left arm 11 is provided with N first mounting holes 111 penetrating through the left arm 11 along the left-right direction, N is a positive integer, and the N first mounting holes 111 are arranged at intervals along the up-down direction and are mutually aligned up and down; the right arm 12 is provided with L second mounting holes 121 penetrating through the right arm 12 in the front-back direction, L is a positive integer, and the L second mounting holes 121 are arranged at equal intervals in the vertical direction and are aligned vertically with each other; the middle frame 13 has a front panel 131 and a rear panel 132 spaced apart from each other, and both left and right sides of the front panel 131 and the rear panel 132 are connected to the left arm 11 and the right arm 12, respectively. Specifically, the left arm 11 is hollow and square-tubular, and has a first right wall 112 connected to the front panel 131 and the rear panel 132 on the right side, a first front wall 114 and a first rear wall 115 connected to the first right wall 112, and a first left wall 113 connected to the first front wall 114 and the first rear wall 115, respectively, opposite to the first right wall 112; each of the first mounting holes 111 penetrates the first left wall 113 and the first right wall 112 at the same time. The right arm 12 has a hollow square tube shape, and has a second left wall 123 connected to the front panel 131 and the rear panel 132 on the left side, a second front wall 124 and a second rear wall 125 connected to the second left wall 123, and a second right wall 122 connected to the second front wall 124 and the second rear wall 125, respectively, opposite to the second left wall 123; each of the second mounting holes 121 extends through both the second front wall 124 and the second rear wall 125. As can be seen from the above, since the lower suspension point truss 1 is an aluminum alloy extruded sectional material, it has advantages of light weight and sufficient strength compared to the existing lower suspension point truss 1 made of steel. In addition, since the left arm 11 is provided with N first mounting holes 111 penetrating the left arm 11 in the left-right direction, we can quickly mount the lower suspension point truss 1 on the rail 3 of the climbing frame in a bolt connection manner. Similarly, since the right arm 12 is provided with L second mounting holes 121 penetrating through the right arm 12 in the front-rear direction, we can mount and fix the lower suspension point 7 on the lower suspension point truss 1 in a quick manner by means of bolts, and in summary, the lower suspension point truss 1 is convenient to mount and use.
Further, one side of the front panel 131 close to the left arm 11 is provided with M front avoidance holes 1311 penetrating through the front panel 131 in the front-back direction, one side of the rear panel 132 close to the left arm 11 is provided with M rear avoidance holes 1321 penetrating through the rear panel 132 in the front-back direction, and M is a positive integer less than or equal to N; the M front avoidance holes 1311 are opposite to the M rear avoidance holes 1321 one by one; at least one central axis of the first mounting hole 111 passes through the region between the front avoidance hole 1311 and the rear avoidance hole 1321 which are opposite to each other. Preferably, N is k times of M, k is a positive integer, and only k central axes of the first mounting holes 111 pass through the region between the front avoidance hole 1311 and the rear avoidance hole 1321, which are opposite to each other, in each group. Specifically, N is 8, k is 2, and M is 4, that is, each group of the front avoidance hole 1311 and the rear avoidance hole 1321, which are opposite to each other, have only 2 central axes of the first mounting holes 111 passing through. The advantage of this design is that when we use bolts to install the lower suspension point truss 1 on the rail, the front avoidance hole 1311 and the rear avoidance hole 1321 can provide enough view and operation space for us, and it is convenient for us to screw the nut to see whether we are installed in place.
Further, the middle frame 13 further includes a plurality of reinforcing pieces 133 extending along the up-down direction, the plurality of reinforcing pieces 133 are parallel to each other and spaced apart from each other, and front and rear edges of each reinforcing piece 133 are respectively connected to the front panel 131 and the rear panel 132. The 4 front avoidance holes 1311 and 4 rear avoidance holes 1321 are located on the left side of the reinforcing sheet 133 closest to the left arm 11. Specifically, the number of the reinforcing pieces 133 is 2, and the reinforcing pieces 133 are respectively vertically connected to the front panel 131 and the rear panel 132. The reinforcing sheet 133 is additionally provided between the front panel 131 and the rear panel 132 to improve the bending resistance of the lower suspension point truss 1.
Further, the spacing between the first front wall 114 and the first rear wall 115 is equal to the spacing between the second front wall 124 and the second rear wall 125 and is greater than the spacing between the front panel 131 and the rear panel 132. In this way, the joint of the left arm 11 and the middle frame 13 and the joint of the right arm 12 and the middle frame 13 form a right-angle bend, which can also improve the bending strength of the lower suspension point truss 1.
Further, the lower portion of the left arm 11 is provided with third mounting holes 116 simultaneously penetrating through the first front wall 114 and the first rear wall 115, and one of the third mounting holes 116 is aligned with one of the second mounting holes 121 of the right arm 12. Specifically, the third mounting hole 116 at the lower part of the left arm 11 and the second mounting hole 121 at the lowest side of the right arm 12 are aligned left and right, so that a connecting piece for connecting a scaffold is installed at the lower end of the lower suspension point truss 1 in a bolt connection manner.
Example two
The embodiment provides a climbing frame. As shown in the figure, the climbing frame comprises a plurality of wall attaching bases 2 used for being attached to a wall body, a plurality of guide rails 3 connected with the wall attaching bases 2 in a sliding mode, an upper lifting point truss 4 fixed on the guide rails 3, an upper lifting point 5 installed on the upper lifting point truss 4, and an inverted hoist hoister 6 with a chain wound on the upper lifting point 5. The climbing frame further comprises a lower lifting point truss 1 provided by the embodiment; a left arm 11 of the lower hoisting point truss 1 is fixed at a position of the guide rail 3 below the upper hoisting point truss 4, and the left arm 11 and the guide rail 3 are fixed through 8 bolts respectively passing through 8 first mounting holes 111 and the guide rail 3; a lower lifting point 7 is mounted on a right arm 12 of the lower lifting point truss 1, the right arm 12 and the lower lifting point 7 are fixed through P bolts respectively penetrating through the P second mounting holes 121 and the lower lifting point 7, and P is a positive integer less than or equal to L; and a hook of the inverted hoist hoister 6 is connected with the lower hoisting point 7.
The right arm 12 and the lower suspension point 7 are fixed by P bolts penetrating through the P second mounting holes 121 and the lower suspension point 7, respectively, where P is a positive integer equal to or less than L. Therefore, in the process of installing the lower hanging point 7, P consecutive second installation holes 121 can be arbitrarily selected from the L second installation holes 121 to connect and fix the lower hanging point 7, so that the up-and-down position of the lower hanging point 7 relative to the lower hanging point truss 1 can be adjusted.
While the embodiments of the present invention have been described with reference to the accompanying drawings, the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, which are merely illustrative and not restrictive, and many modifications may be made by one skilled in the art without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention as defined in the appended claims.

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1. A lower hoisting point truss for a climbing frame comprises a plurality of wall attaching bases for being attached to a wall body and a guide rail in sliding connection with the wall attaching bases, wherein the lower hoisting point truss is used for being installed at the lower end of the guide rail; the method is characterized in that: the lower lifting point truss is an aluminum alloy extruded section product and comprises a left arm fixedly connected with the guide rail, a right arm for mounting and fixing a lower lifting point and a middle frame connected between the left arm and the right arm; the left arm is provided with a first mounting hole penetrating through the left arm; the right arm is provided with a second mounting hole which penetrates through the right arm along the front-back direction; the middle frame is provided with a front panel and a rear panel which are spaced apart, and the left side and the right side of the front panel and the right side of the rear panel are respectively connected with the left arm and the right arm.
2. The lower suspension point truss for a climbing frame according to claim 1, wherein: a plurality of front avoidance holes penetrating through the front panel along the front-back direction are formed in one side, close to the left arm, of the front panel, and a plurality of rear avoidance holes penetrating through the rear panel along the front-back direction are formed in one side, close to the left arm, of the rear panel; the front avoidance holes are opposite to the rear avoidance holes one by one; at least one central axis of the first mounting hole penetrates through the area between the front avoidance hole and the rear avoidance hole which are opposite to each other.
3. The lower suspension point truss for a climbing frame according to claim 2, wherein: the quantity of first mounting hole is k times of the quantity of preceding dodging the hole, and k is positive integer, and every group is just right mutually preceding dodging the hole with it is just only k all to have in the region between the hole after dodging the axis of first mounting hole passes.
4. The lower suspension point truss for a climbing frame according to claim 2, wherein: the middle frame further comprises a plurality of reinforcing pieces extending along the vertical direction, the reinforcing pieces are parallel to each other and spaced from each other in the left-right direction, and the front side and the rear side of each reinforcing piece are respectively connected with the front panel and the rear panel.
5. The lower suspension point truss for a climbing frame according to claim 4, wherein: it is a plurality of preceding dodge the hole and a plurality of after dodge the hole and all be located closest to the left arm the left side of reinforcing plate.
6. The lower suspension point truss for a climbing frame according to claim 1, wherein: the left arm is in a hollow square tube shape and is provided with a first right wall, a first front wall and a first rear wall, a first left wall and a first rear wall, wherein the right side of the first right wall is respectively connected with the front panel and the rear panel, the first front wall and the first rear wall are connected with the first right wall, and the first left wall is opposite to the first right wall and is respectively connected with the first front wall and the first rear wall; each of the first mounting holes simultaneously penetrates the first left wall and the first right wall.
7. The lower suspension point truss for a creeper of claim 6, wherein: the right arm is in a hollow square tube shape and is provided with a second left wall, a second front wall and a second rear wall, the left side of the second left wall is connected with the front panel and the rear panel respectively, the second front wall and the second rear wall are connected with the second left wall, and the second right wall is opposite to the second left wall and is connected with the second front wall and the second rear wall respectively; each of the second mounting holes extends through both the second front wall and the second rear wall.
8. The lower suspension point truss for a creeper of claim 7, wherein: the spacing between the first front wall and the first rear wall is equal to the spacing between the second front wall and the second rear wall and greater than the spacing between the front panel and the rear panel.
9. The lower suspension point truss for a creeper of claim 6, wherein: the lower part of the left arm is also provided with third mounting holes which simultaneously penetrate through the first front wall and the first rear wall, and one third mounting hole is aligned with one second mounting hole on the right arm in a left-right mode.
10. A climbing frame comprises a plurality of wall attaching seats, a guide rail, an upper lifting point truss, an upper lifting point and an inverted hoist hoister, wherein the wall attaching seats are used for being attached to a wall body; characterized in that it further comprises a lower suspension point truss according to any one of claims 1-9; the left arm of the lower hoisting point truss is fixed at the position, below the upper hoisting point truss, of the guide rail, and the left arm and the guide rail are fixed through a plurality of bolts which respectively penetrate through the first mounting holes and the guide rail; a lower lifting point is arranged on a right arm of the lower lifting point truss, and the right arm and the lower lifting point are fixed through a plurality of bolts which respectively penetrate through the second mounting holes and the lower lifting point; and a hook of the inverted hoist hoister is connected with the lower hoisting point.
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