DD153410A5 - ROOF bATTEN - Google Patents

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DD153410A5
DD153410A5 DD22422380A DD22422380A DD153410A5 DD 153410 A5 DD153410 A5 DD 153410A5 DD 22422380 A DD22422380 A DD 22422380A DD 22422380 A DD22422380 A DD 22422380A DD 153410 A5 DD153410 A5 DD 153410A5
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Peter Neumann
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Isopag Ag
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04BGENERAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS; WALLS, e.g. PARTITIONS; ROOFS; FLOORS; CEILINGS; INSULATION OR OTHER PROTECTION OF BUILDINGS
    • E04B7/00Roofs; Roof construction with regard to insulation
    • E04B7/20Roofs consisting of self-supporting slabs, e.g. able to be loaded
    • E04B7/22Roofs consisting of self-supporting slabs, e.g. able to be loaded the slabs having insulating properties, e.g. laminated with layers of insulating material
    • E04B7/225Roofs consisting of self-supporting slabs, e.g. able to be loaded the slabs having insulating properties, e.g. laminated with layers of insulating material the slabs having non-structural supports for roofing materials
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04DROOF COVERINGS; SKY-LIGHTS; GUTTERS; ROOF-WORKING TOOLS
    • E04D12/00Non-structural supports for roofing materials, e.g. battens, boards
    • E04D12/004Battens

Abstract

The invention relates to a roof batten for the attachment of roof tiles or roof tiles with breakthroughs, which ensure the Durchlueftung and / or the water outlet.

Description

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Batten.

Field of application of. invention

The present invention relates to a roof batten for hanging roof tiles or roof tiles.

Characteristic of the known technical solutions

In one of the usual roof coverings first be nailed to the rafters formwork boards on which then webs of roofing felt or plastic films are applied to seal against dust, moisture and snow. Subsequently, a trellis battens, also called counter battens, and finally "the roof battens themselves, then the roof tiles or roof tiles are hung.

The trellis battens, which is usually mounted perpendicular to the ridge, serves in particular for the ventilation of the roof tiles or the roof tiles. In addition, this trellis guarantees a smooth drainage of any penetrated water.

Disadvantage, however, affect not only the many different time-consuming operations in such a structure, which should also be carried out only in dry weather, but also the fact that these roofs

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have no heat or cold insulation. - · ·

Especially in recent times, therefore, efforts to install such a heat or cold insulation in addition to the roof. In addition to glass fiber insulation mats are increasingly plastic foam mats, especially those made of polyurethane or polystyrene application, where it is desirable not to install these insulating materials between the rafters, but so that the roof is thermally insulated over its entire surface. But this is a new problem, ·., Which is due to the plastic foam panels. Namely the fact that due to the spring action of the foam plates on these neither the trellis nor the roof battens can nail in the usual way. This can only be achieved by piercing the slats where they are to be nailed. In this context, it is pointed out that due to more recent regulations (see the German Thermal Insulation Ordinance, which entered into force on 1 November 1977), even rigid polyurethane foam insulation panels may have a thickness of at least 60 mm. '

Goal of. invention

It is an object of the invention to enrich the state of the art by a new practical roof batten.

Explanation of the essence of the invention

The invention has for its object to provide a roof batten available, which allows e ○ to dispense with the trellis battens, both in roofing boards and roofing felt or ". Provided with plastic films roofs as well as those in which the foam boards are laid directly on the rafters,

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This object is achieved according to the invention in that the roof batten has openings transverse to the longitudinal axis / which ensure the ventilation and / or the water outlet. , ,

The apertures are preferably located at the bottom of the roof batten, i. the side facing the rafters or the roof lining after installation, while ensuring good ventilation and easy drainage of any water that may have penetrated. If it only depends on a good ventilation, so the breakthroughs can be arranged in the middle of the slat or at the top of the roof batten. In the latter case you need the preferred embodiment according to the invention, in which the openings are located on the bottom, only to move the other way round.

The cross section of the openings is chosen so that it complies with the rules of architecture. The sum of the area cross sections of the openings should make up at least 1/3000 (one • three thousandths) of the roof surface area.

The roof batten itself may have any desired shape which allows the roof tiles to be securely hung according to the usual rules. Preferably, the roof battens according to the invention have a shape which in cross section represents a rectangle, a square, a right triangle, a right angle or a U-angle. Depending on the material from which the battens of the invention are made, they may be solid or hollow inside and either consist of a nailable material or they have at intervals holes that allow nailing. -

According to a particularly preferred embodiment of the invention, the battens have on their underside, i. the side, which after laying the rafters or the roof

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facing a lower plate, which is wider than the bar, and either flush with the one longitudinal edge of the bar completes or extends beyond both longitudinal sides of the bar. Depending on whether the lath is made of 'a solid material or, for example, an angle plate, the lower plate can simultaneously participate in the Querschnxttgestaltung the crossbar. If the slat according to the invention represents a U-angle, the lower slab may also be arranged such that it protrudes outwards only on both sides, so that a bar open at the bottom is obtained in cross-section. If the batten according to the invention is hollow and has a rectangular or rectangular triangle in cross-section, the lower plate protruding beyond the batten on one side can simultaneously form the underside of the batten according to the invention, with holes for nailing in the protruding part of the lower plate the roof batten are on the roof cladding. The roof cladding can consist of roof cladding boards, which are covered with .Dachpappe or foil or of juxtaposed foam boards ..

Of course, the lower plate can also be subsequently attached to the slat according to the invention, so that the slat according to the invention may possibly not consist of one material but also of two different materials.

Is the invention lath batten of sheet metal, e.g. a galvanized sheet iron, they are preferably so'her so that a sheet metal strip continuously or discontinuously ausstanzt so as to obtain at the desired locations, the circular, - semicircular, rectangular or otherwise shaped openings, wherein simultaneously or in a subsequent operation in the outstanding lower plate attaches the holes necessary for nailing. When this is done, the sheet metal strip is bent into the desired cross-sectional shape. "Of course

Such profiles can also be continuously extruded, e.g. corresponding aluminum alloys or of plastics, which may be reinforced by »addition of fillers, such as glass fibers. The apertures and nailing holes are then removed by known techniques, e.g. by drilling and / or milling, attached. "

According to a particularly preferred embodiment of the invention, the batten according to the invention is used for producing the roof elements described in German Laid-Open Publication 25 32 853, which consists essentially of a board-shaped body, in particular one made of rigid polyurethane foam, and one over the entire longitudinal side of the body erstrek-. kenden support strip for the roof tiles or roof tiles, wherein the support strip is located on the draufseitigen edge of the body and cantilevers over this. The support bar represents the batten of the invention. In order to have a better grip with the body, the bottom plate is angled at the end and perforated and protrudes into the foam body inside. The protruding lower plate comes under the lamination, e.g. To lie a lamination of aluminum foil, so that the water can flow, without it comes into contact with the foam plastic.

Of course you can of course use the batten of the invention also in conjunction with other board-shaped bodies. In this context, it is once again expressly pointed to the above disclosure document, which forms part of the disclosure of the invention.

The invention will be further explained with reference to FIGS. 1 to 8, without, however, limiting it thereto.

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.Fig. 1 shows a perspective view of the beginning of a roof batten according to the invention with rectangular openings, wherein the roof batten can be made of any material, for example of Ho'lz or plastic. The apertures 1 can either be milled out of the bar or else the bar according to the invention can be formed by arranging strips at intervals on a board-shaped main body transversely to the longitudinal direction, which then result in the apertures 1.

Fig. 2 also shows a perspective view of the beginning of a batten according to the invention, in which the apertures 1 are semicircular in cross-section or, if they lie in the middle of the crossbar, form a tubular channel la. Both the bar according to FIG. 1 and according to FIG. 2 represents a rectangle in cross-section.

Fig. 3 shows a perspective view of the beginning of a batten according to the invention with the openings 1, which shows a right-angled triangle in cross-section.

4 shows the beginning of a batten according to the invention,

which shows a right angle in cross section and may for example consist of an angle iron, which was optionally coated with plastic. Man -recognizes turn the breakthroughs 1 and the holes for nailing 4. The bottom of this bar is practically equal to the bottom plate.

Fig. 5 also shows a perspective view of the beginning of a batten according to the invention, which is a hollow rectangular triangle in cross section, wherein the underside is elongated and forms the protruding on one side of the lower plate. Also here are again the holes for nailing and the openings 1 visible.

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, Fig. 6 shows the beginning of a batten according to the invention, which may have been formed, for example, that a bottom plate was attached to a roof batten of FIG. 1 and FIG. Of course, this embodiment may also consist of one piece, for example of an extruded plastic material, in which then the. Breakthroughs 1 were attached.

Fig. 7 shows a perspective view of a slat according to the invention, which is hollow and open at the bottom and the lower plate 2 are arranged on both sides of the underside of the roof batten. This bar, as well as the bar of FIG. 5 can be prepared by punching out a correspondingly wide sheet metal strip so that you get the openings 1 and then brings the sheet by bending into the desired Dachlattenform.

Fig. 8 shows a roof slat shape according to the invention, which by bending over a corresponding. Sheet was obtained after prior punching out of the apertures 1, wherein the lower plate protrudes only on one side over the longitudinal edge of the slat and is additionally angled and in the angled side strips 7 holes 6, through which the plastic can penetrate to a firm grip between the lower plate and foam sheet. At the same time Fig. 8 shows a preferred form of use of the slat according to the invention for the production of the roof elements described in German Laid-Open Application No. 25 32 853, in which the roof batten (there called support strip) , over the. on the long side of the board-shaped main body, which preferably consists of rigid polyurethane foam,

.auskragt. Instead of the roof batten shown in Fig. 8 "can also be used with advantage a batten of FIG. 3, which is angled accordingly.

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The roof battens according to the invention may have any desired length, as well as the roof elements which are formed from the battens of the invention and the board-shaped body length In practice, lengths of 4 meters have proven particularly useful. sometimes, depending on the size of the noses of the bricks or battens, it is sufficient if the height is 1.5 to 2.5 cm.

In addition to the described embodiments, there are of course still a variety of ways that offer the skilled person if he wants to take advantage of the teaching of the invention. ,

Claims (6)

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1. batten for hanging roof tiles or roof tiles, characterized in that the roof batten openings (1), which ensure the ventilation and / or the water drainage.
2. batten according to item 1, characterized in that its cross section is a rectangle, a square, a right triangle, a U-angle or a right angle.
3 '. Roof batten according to points 1 and 2, characterized in that it is solid or hollow inside and either consists of * a nailable material or has holes for nailing at intervals.
4. batten according to items 1 to 3, characterized in that it faces on the side facing the rafters or the roof lining after laying, a lower plate (2) which is wider than the crossbar and'die either flush with the one longitudinal edge of the bar completes or protrudes over both longitudinal sides of the bar.
5. batten according to item 1 to 4, characterized in that it has the shape shown in Fig. 5 or 8. , ·
6. Use of the batten according to claim 1 to 5, in particular according to claim 5, for the production of roof elements with integrated batten according to the DDR patent 125 090.
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