DE10008370C2 - Frame construction with improved thermal insulation - Google Patents

Frame construction with improved thermal insulation

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DE10008370C2
DE10008370C2 DE10008370A DE10008370A DE10008370C2 DE 10008370 C2 DE10008370 C2 DE 10008370C2 DE 10008370 A DE10008370 A DE 10008370A DE 10008370 A DE10008370 A DE 10008370A DE 10008370 C2 DE10008370 C2 DE 10008370C2
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Bruno Deutschle
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Evg Bauprofil System Entwicklungs & Vermarktungsgesellschaft Mbh
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04BGENERAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS; WALLS, e.g. PARTITIONS; ROOFS; FLOORS; CEILINGS; INSULATION OR OTHER PROTECTION OF BUILDINGS
    • E04B2/00Walls, e.g. partitions, for buildings; Wall construction with regard to insulation; Connections specially adapted to walls
    • E04B2/88Curtain walls
    • E04B2/96Curtain walls comprising panels attached to the structure through mullions or transoms
    • E04B2/967Details of the cross-section of the mullions or transoms

Description

Field of the Invention

The invention relates to a frame construction comprising Filling elements that have external seals from one against one Base profile screwed cover strip are held, in the area between the side by side Filling elements an insulating element is arranged.

State of the art

Several solutions are known in the art to work through the Inserting an insulation body the thermal insulation from Frame constructions, in particular mullion-transom systems, to improve.

EP 0 566 070 A1 describes a thermally insulated Glazing system in which between an outer Sealing profile an insulation body is introduced, the completely outside of the facing End surface of the glass elements is located. The outer  Sealing profile and the heat insulating material are as integrally formed sealing profile.

The German utility model 296 20 467 also describes placing an insulating body between the outer Press bar and the outer seals is arranged and itself to the area of the edges of the insulating glass units extends.

Alternative solutions in technology arrange the insulation body in the Glasfalz, d. H. in the area between the facing each other End faces of the filling elements arranged next to one another. One such is in the German patent specification 196 17 182 Insulating body described, which is attached to the bracket and both on the pressure bar and on the front of the Filling elements are present.

An insulating body is also used in German Patent 195 39 244 described, both on the outer pressure bar as also on the facing end faces of the neighboring ones Filling elements are present.

DE 38 07 426 A1 describes a glazing system with a System bar and a seal in the outside area. The space in the glazing rebate area adjoining the system bar as well as the glass rebate area itself are made with one pack Insulating material, such as mineral wool, filled out. By the complete filling of the glass rebate area is one Drainage in the glass rebate area problematic.  

DE 20 23 536 B2 describes a facade construction, at a curtain wall is attached to a substructure. To thermally separate the interior and exterior from each other decouple are along the length of the mullions and transoms distributes individual cones made of heat-insulating material provided in the respective mounting screws for Bracing the pressure bar with the substructure be screwed in. In the area of the cones, a strip-shaped outer seal with openings that allow the fastening pins to pass through.

In the solutions in the prior art, in which the Insulating body on the end faces of the side by side Filling elements are present, the insulating body must be seated correctly the two discs required. In addition, additional Measures are to be taken in the glazing rebate area Drainage and a suitable vapor pressure compensation provided.

Presentation of the invention

The invention has for its object a Propose frame construction, especially in the form of a Mullion and transom facade construction that improved Offers thermal insulation properties.

This task is accomplished through a frame construction with the Features of claim 1 solved.

The invention is based on the idea of a To provide insulation strips between the External sealing strip is arranged and abuts against it and also extends into the glass rebate, but without to lie on the end faces of the filling elements. To this Way is towards the outside of the outer surface of the Filling elements arranged insulation strips Improved thermal insulation achieved, however, at the same time opposite to those on the end faces of the filling elements Insulation strips achieved a considerable simplification, because on the one hand there is no exact seat relative to the two Filling elements are required and also no difficulties due to the required drainage and Vapor pressure compensation must be overcome. In addition, the proposed solution suitable for any frame material.

Preferred embodiments of the invention are characterized by the other claims marked.

According to a preferred embodiment of the invention the insulation strip a layer with less Emissivity on the airspace in the rebate facing side of the insulation element is applied. By this measure minimizes heat losses due to radiation and the effectiveness of the air gap on the glass rebate further increased.

According to a preferred embodiment, a layer is with low emissivity on the whole, the basic profile facing surfaces of the insulation element strip applied.  

This measure enables the desired thermal insulation optimize even further.

According to a preferred embodiment of the invention, the Layer with low emissivity on the insulation element strips evaporated. The layer made of aluminum, zinc, Zinc aluminum, zinc oxide or mica exist.

According to an alternative embodiment, the layer is with low emissivity in the form of a film on the Insulation element strips applied, in particular glued on. ever according to the material used for the insulation strip can thus be derived from the two alternatives for the Generation of the layer with low emissivity Select manufacturing process cheaper alternative.

According to a preferred embodiment of the invention the material of the insulation element strip has a thermal conductivity of λ ≦ 0.06 W / mK, preferably λ ≦ 0.04 W / mK, and most preferably λ ≦ 0.03 W / mK. By choosing the Insulation strip from a correspondingly bad conductive material can be the advantages discussed above increase in terms of thermal insulation.

According to a preferred embodiment of the invention Insulating element strips from individual, preferably plate-shaped strips composed. This leaves the production of the insulation strip is very easy shape.

According to preferred embodiments of the invention, the Insulation element strips made of a foamed material, especially elastomer foam, or is the Insulating element strips extruded.

According to a preferred embodiment of the invention Insulation element strips shaped so that the contact surface on the Outside the filling elements increases its width. That has as a result that the insulation element strip extends far into the Area of the outer seals extends. The seals  possess due to the commonly used Sealing materials have a significantly higher thermal conductivity than the insulation element strip, so that this Measure can further improve the insulation.

The insulation element strip preferably lies on one Inner seal of the facade construction. Through this The glazing rebate is largely made of seals enclosed, which results in improved thermal insulation can be achieved.

The frame construction preferably further comprises one Guide device on the side facing the basic profile of the insulation element strip in order to be installed with a Insulating web to make aligning contact. Through this Measure, the assembly is simplified and an im essential central alignment of the insulation element between achieved the end faces of the filling elements.

Brief description of the drawings

The invention is explained below purely by way of example with reference to attached figures, in which:

Fig. 1 shows a first embodiment of an insulating strip in a frame construction;

Fig. 2 shows an alternative embodiment of the Dämmelementstreifens with respect to the geometry and the mounting is a low emissivity layer;

Fig. 3 shows a further embodiment of the Dämmelementstreifens composed of several strips group;

Fig. 4 shows schematically the manufacture of the insulating element strip shown in Fig. 3;

Fig. 5 is an alternative embodiment of Dämmelementstreifens until the inner seal is with an extension;

Fig. 6 shows a further alternative embodiment of the Dämmelementstreifens with respect to an optimized design of the contact area between Dämmelementstreifen and outer seal; and

FIG. 7 shows an alternative embodiment of the insulation element strip similar to the insulation element strip shown in FIG. 6, the insulation element strip having a centering guide.

Ways of Carrying Out the Invention

In the figures explained in more detail below different embodiments of a Insulation element strip, hereinafter briefly as an insulation element or Insulating body referred to in one otherwise the same or very Similar facade construction shown. Therefore are in the different representations each the same components with the same reference numbers be designated.

Fig. 1 shows a facade construction in section with a basic profile 12 , which is roll-formed in the present case from tubular steel. A screw channel profile 14 is screwed onto the basic profile via fastening screws, not shown. However, the basic profile in all of the illustrated embodiments should not be limited to the geometry, choice of material and method of manufacture shown. In the same way, it is of course also possible to implement the invention with extruded aluminum profiles, one-piece roll-formed steel profiles, wood profiles, wood-aluminum systems or with plastic profiles.

The geometry of the inner seal 16 shown in the figures is also only to be understood as an example. The filling elements 18 lie on the inner seal, which are not shown in the present case, but which can be insulating glass panes, for example. The filling elements 18 are held on the outside of the facade by strip-shaped outer seals 20 , which in turn are fixed by means of a pressure bar, the geometry of which is likewise not decisive for the principles of the invention. The pressure bar is fastened by means of the fastening screw 24 to the basic profile or the screw channel fastened thereon, by screwing the fastening screw 24 into the screw channel. As is apparent from Fig. 1, a dam bar 26 is fitted onto the screw or the overlaid inner seal 16, which consists of plastic and is used in the present case the recording of the insulating body 30 having a stripe-shaped geometry and, as shown in Fig. 1 can be seen in section, is both inserted into a depression in the pressure strip 22 , and also engages in a suitable receiving geometry in the insulating web 26 .

The insulating body 30 consists of a poorly conductive material, preferably of foamed material. For example, elastomer foam such as EPDM, PUR, PVC soft, PE, PP, or hard foam such as PS, PUR can be used. The insulating body has a low thermal conductivity of λ ≦ 0.06 W / mK and preferably of λ ≦ 0.04 W / mK or λ ≦ 0.03 W / mK.

As can be seen from the illustration in FIG. 1, the strip of the insulating body 30 is so wide that it lies against the entire surface in the area of the outer seals. From a thermal point of view, small gaps between the insulating body and the outer seal would also be acceptable. In the glazing rebate area, ie in the area between the mutually facing end faces of the adjacent filler elements 18 , however, there is an air gap between the end faces of the filler elements 18 and the insulating body in the area of the end faces mentioned. The insulating body 30 extends into the area of the glass rebate, so that the glass rebate between the filling elements is also partially filled with a highly insulating part.

As can be seen in FIG. 1, a layer with low emissivity is applied to those surfaces of the insulating body 30 which face the air gap 34 between the filling elements and the basic profile. This layer 32 of low emissivity, which will be referred to below as an LE layer, consists of aluminum, zinc, zinc-aluminum, zinc oxide or mica and is applied by vapor deposition of the insulating body 30 . Alternatively, the LE layer can also be applied in the form of a coating or glued on as a film. For example, aluminum foil can be used here. The LE layer has the task of significantly reducing the heat radiation through the air gap 34 in the main heat flow direction.

The insulating body 30 can be produced by extrusion, the foaming of a shape, the cutting out of plates or, as will be explained with the aid of an embodiment described below, under certain circumstances also by the assembly from plate strips or a combination of the possibilities mentioned. It is essential for the geometry of the insulating body that it basically engages in the glass rebate and thus extends into the glass rebate from the outside of the facade beyond the outer surface of the filling elements. In addition, the insulation body extends from outer seal to outer seal. Because of the air gap 34 between the insulating body 30 and the filling elements 18 , a precise fit to the two filling elements is not required. In addition, by leaving an air gap, the drainage of the water-bearing glass rebate and a suitable vapor pressure compensation can be provided.

FIG. 2 shows an alternative embodiment of the invention, which differs from the embodiment shown in FIG. 1 only with regard to the geometry of the insulating body 30 and, as a result, the insulating web 26 . In addition, an L-E layer 32 a is not only applied to the sides of the insulating body 30 facing the air gap 34 and facing the basic profile 12 , but rather on all sides of the insulating body 30 which face the basic profile 12 . That surface of the insulating body 30 which faces the insulating web 26 is thus also provided with an LE layer which is applied in the manner described above.

As can be seen from FIG. 2, the insulating body 30 extends further into the glass rebate area than the insulating body 30 according to the embodiment according to FIG. 1. This measure allows the thermal insulation to be further improved compared to the embodiment shown in FIG. 1. The contact of the insulating body 30 on the pressure bar 22 and on the outer seals 20 corresponds to the embodiment according to FIG. 1.

In Fig. 3, another embodiment of the invention is illustrated. The insulation body 30 described herein consists of two plate-shaped sections 30 a and 30 b, which are glued together. The strip-shaped portion 30 a is located on the two outer seals 20 to flush while it is extending, unlike the embodiments of FIGS. 1 and Fig. 2, not shown in the recess of the press strip 22. The geometry of the pressure bar is of course only to be understood as an exemplary embodiment, but this embodiment is intended to make it clear that in the area between the insulating body 30 and the pressure bar 22 there can be an air gap 36 which only penetrates through the fastening screw 24 in the area of the screw connections becomes. The section 30 b of the insulating body 30 is located completely in the glass rebate region in the present example and in each case leaves an air gap 34 between the end faces of the filling elements 18 and the insulating body. In addition, in the manner already described with reference to the preceding embodiments, the insulating body is in contact with an insulating web 26 , which is located above the screw channel and the inner seal 16 . The insulating body according to the embodiment according to FIG. 3 also has a LE layer 32 on the side of the first section 30 a facing the basic profile.

The manufacture of a composite insulating body 30 , as was also shown in FIG. 3, is explained in FIG. 4 using a slightly modified example. As can be seen from the combination of the partial sections 30 a and 30 b, the geometries are different and, in particular, a more complex geometry is provided on the insulating body section 30 a than the rectangular geometry provided in FIG. 3. The two portions 30 a, 30 b are glued together, being first applied to the Dämmkörperabschnitt 30 a the LE layer 32 by an aluminum foil is adhered, for example. Then the insulating body section 30 b is placed in the direction of arrow A on the section 30 a provided with aluminum foil and also glued.

In the embodiment of the invention shown in FIG. 5, which is similar to the embodiment according to FIG. 2 in terms of the geometry of the insulating body 30 , the insulating body 30 extends so far into the glass rebate that the insulating body 30 rests on the inner seal 16 . When using this embodiment, the provision of an insulating web can be dispensed with entirely. The insulating web shown in FIG. 5 also has an LE layer in order to optimize the air gaps 34 remaining between the end faces of the filling elements 18 in the main heat flow direction with respect to the heat losses due to radiation. The insulating body 30 in turn extends into contact with the outer seals 20 and completely fills the geometry of the pressure strip 22 , which is given as an example in the present case.

An alternative embodiment of the insulating body 30 is shown in FIG. 6. The insulating body 30 differs from the embodiments according to the preceding exemplary embodiments by the presence of a cavity 38 in the insulating body. The insulating body also has a rounded end surface on the end facing the insulating web 26 , as a result of which the insulating body 30 can be aligned with respect to the insulating web 26 by appropriate shaping of the insulating web 26 . In addition, in the embodiment according to FIG. 6, the geometry of the outer seals 20 is changed in relation to the contact surface on the insulating body 30 such that the insulating body can engage laterally in the sealing area. This measure increases the thermal insulation since the sealing materials have a significantly higher thermal conductivity in the range of λ = 0.2 to 0.6 W / mK in relation to the preferred materials for the insulating body. By engaging far into the sealing area, the area portion of the highly insulating insulating body can be increased compared to the area portion of the outer seal. The engagement in the sealing area can be carried out by the outer seals being shaped such that their mutually facing surfaces in the area between the pressure bar and the outer surfaces of the filling elements on the outer surfaces of the filling elements are spaced further apart than in the area of the pressure bar. This measure increases the width of the insulating body increasingly from the pressure bar to the contact surface on the outer surface of the filling elements.

The embodiment according to FIG. 7 also essentially follows the geometry of the insulating body according to FIG. 6, the insulating body 30 according to FIG. 7 extending further into the glass rebate region and also having a concave contact surface 40 with the inner seal 16 . By providing the concave contact surface, the largest possible area of the glass rebate between the filling elements 18 is covered by the insulating body 30 . In the embodiment according to FIG. 7, the insulating body 30 extends far into the area of the outer seals 20 and lies in some areas on the outer surface of the filling elements 18 . In this area, an LE layer can also be applied to the insulating body 30 ; however, this is not necessarily the case and is less dependent on thermal considerations than on manufacturing considerations.

All of the illustrated embodiments have in common that an insulating body is provided which extends into direct contact with the outer seals and the inner rebate space in order to be able to bring about the best possible thermal insulation. In addition, the insulating body does not abut the mutually facing end faces of the adjacent filling elements, but instead leaves an air gap 34 in each case with the filling elements 34 , as a result of which water drainage and vapor pressure compensation are possible. The insulating body preferably extends as far as possible into the glass rebate and, as has been illustrated with the aid of some explanations, can extend into the area in contact with the inner seal 16 .

Claims (13)

1. Frame construction, comprising:
Filling elements ( 18 ) which are held by means of outer sealing strips ( 20 ) by a pressure bar ( 22 ) screwed ( 24 ) against a basic profile; in which
there is a glass rebate between the end faces of the filling elements ( 18 ) arranged next to one another;
an insulation element ( 30 ) is arranged on the pressure strip ( 22 ) between the outer sealing strips ( 20 ) and bears against the outer sealing strip ( 20 ); and
the insulating element is an insulating element strip ( 30 ) which is spaced from the end faces of the filling elements ( 18 ) and has dimensions so that it extends into the glass rebate.
2. Frame construction according to claim 1, characterized in that the insulating element strip ( 30 ) has a layer ( 32 ) with low emissivity, which is applied to a side of the insulating element strip facing the air space in the glass rebate.
3. Frame construction according to claim 1, characterized in that the insulating element strip has a layer ( 32 a, 32 b) with low emissivity, which is applied to the entire surfaces of the insulating element strip ( 30 ) facing the basic profile.
4. Frame construction according to claim 2 or claim 3, characterized in that the layer with less Emissivity is evaporated on the insulation element strips.
5. Frame construction according to claim 2 or claim 3, characterized in that the layer ( 32 ) with low emissivity in the form of a film is applied, in particular glued, to the insulating element strips ( 30 ).
6. Frame construction according to claim 2 or claim 3, characterized in that the layer ( 32 ) with low emissivity is present in the form of a coating on the insulating element strip.
7. Frame construction according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the insulating element strip ( 30 ) consists of a material which has a thermal conductivity of λ ≦ 0.06 W / mK, preferably λ ≦ 0.04 W / mK, and most preferably λ ≦ 0.03 W / mK.
8. Frame construction according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the insulating element strip ( 30 ) from individual, preferably plate-shaped strips ( 30 a, 30 b) is composed.
9. Frame construction according to one of claims 1 to 7, characterized in that the insulating element strip ( 30 ) consists of a foamed material, in particular elastomer foam or rigid foam.
10. Frame construction according to one of claims 1 to 7, characterized in that the insulation element strip is extruded.
11. Frame construction according to one of the preceding Claims, characterized in that the Insulation element strips is shaped so that Contact surface on the outside of the filling elements its width increases.
12. Frame construction according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the insulating element strip bears against an inner sealing strip ( 16 ) of the facade construction.
13. Frame construction according to one of the preceding claims, further comprising a guide device on the side of the insulating element strip facing the basic profile, in order to make aligning contact with an insulating web ( 26 ) during assembly.
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