DE10064280C1 - Panel for interior construction and method for creating new walls of a room or for cladding existing surfaces of a room - Google Patents

Panel for interior construction and method for creating new walls of a room or for cladding existing surfaces of a room

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DE10064280C1
DE10064280C1 DE10064280A DE10064280A DE10064280C1 DE 10064280 C1 DE10064280 C1 DE 10064280C1 DE 10064280 A DE10064280 A DE 10064280A DE 10064280 A DE10064280 A DE 10064280A DE 10064280 C1 DE10064280 C1 DE 10064280C1
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Richard Schwitte
Udo Tuente
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
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    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
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    • E04F13/07Coverings or linings, e.g. for walls or ceilings composed of covering or lining elements; Sub-structures therefor; Fastening means therefor
    • E04F13/08Coverings or linings, e.g. for walls or ceilings composed of covering or lining elements; Sub-structures therefor; Fastening means therefor composed of a plurality of similar covering or lining elements
    • E04F13/0801Separate fastening elements
    • E04F13/0803Separate fastening elements with load-supporting elongated furring elements between wall and covering elements
    • E04F13/081Separate fastening elements with load-supporting elongated furring elements between wall and covering elements with additional fastening elements between furring elements and covering elements
    • E04F13/0821Separate fastening elements with load-supporting elongated furring elements between wall and covering elements with additional fastening elements between furring elements and covering elements the additional fastening elements located in-between two adjacent covering elements
    • E04F13/0826Separate fastening elements with load-supporting elongated furring elements between wall and covering elements with additional fastening elements between furring elements and covering elements the additional fastening elements located in-between two adjacent covering elements engaging side grooves running along the whole length of the covering elements
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    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F13/00Coverings or linings, e.g. for walls or ceilings
    • E04F13/07Coverings or linings, e.g. for walls or ceilings composed of covering or lining elements; Sub-structures therefor; Fastening means therefor
    • E04F13/08Coverings or linings, e.g. for walls or ceilings composed of covering or lining elements; Sub-structures therefor; Fastening means therefor composed of a plurality of similar covering or lining elements
    • E04F13/0801Separate fastening elements
    • E04F13/0832Separate fastening elements without load-supporting elongated furring elements between wall and covering elements
    • E04F13/0833Separate fastening elements without load-supporting elongated furring elements between wall and covering elements not adjustable
    • E04F13/0846Separate fastening elements without load-supporting elongated furring elements between wall and covering elements not adjustable the fastening elements engaging holes or grooves in the side faces of the covering elements
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
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    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F15/00Flooring
    • E04F15/02Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements
    • E04F15/02133Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements fixed directly to an underlayer by means of magnets, hook and loop-type or similar fasteners, not necessarily involving the side faces of the flooring elements
    • E04F15/02144Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements fixed directly to an underlayer by means of magnets, hook and loop-type or similar fasteners, not necessarily involving the side faces of the flooring elements by magnets
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    • E04F15/00Flooring
    • E04F15/02Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements
    • E04F15/04Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements only of wood or with a top layer of wood, e.g. with wooden or metal connecting members
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F2201/00Joining sheets or plates or panels
    • E04F2201/01Joining sheets, plates or panels with edges in abutting relationship
    • E04F2201/0107Joining sheets, plates or panels with edges in abutting relationship by moving the sheets, plates or panels substantially in their own plane, perpendicular to the abutting edges
    • E04F2201/0115Joining sheets, plates or panels with edges in abutting relationship by moving the sheets, plates or panels substantially in their own plane, perpendicular to the abutting edges with snap action of the edge connectors
    • 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
    • E04F2201/041Tongues or grooves with slits or cuts for expansion or flexibility
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    • E04F2201/00Joining sheets or plates or panels
    • E04F2201/05Separate connectors or inserts, e.g. pegs, pins, keys or strips
    • E04F2201/0517U- or C-shaped brackets and clamps
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    • E04F2201/00Joining sheets or plates or panels
    • E04F2201/07Joining sheets or plates or panels with connections using a special adhesive material

Abstract

A panel for interior construction, in particular for creating new walls of a room or for cladding wall, ceiling or roof surfaces of a room, has connecting means provided on at least two opposite sides, in particular a tongue and groove design, for connection to other similar types Plates on, wherein the connecting means enable a snap connection with an adjacent, similar plate, and additional fastening devices are provided on the plate itself for fastening the plate to a supporting structure. DOLLAR A As part of a process for creating new walls of a room or for cladding existing wall, ceiling or roof areas of a room, a first plate is first installed, then a second plate is made with a snap connection on the adjacent side edges of these two plates connected to the first plate, and subsequently the second plate is secured by means of additional fastening devices.

Description

Technical field

The invention relates to a panel for interior construction, especially for creating new walls of a room or for covering wall, ceiling or roof surfaces of a Space, as well as an associated procedure.

State of the art

From the area of interior fittings are large format panels, for example from plasterboard, known to the appropriate Straps are attached. For example, these plates in the field of drywall to create new ones Partitions attached to metal profiles. Alternatively, you can the panels to form cladding on one with battens connected to a wall or on sloping ceilings, e.g. B. the beams of a roof truss are attached. The plates can be as tall as a man and more than 1 m wide exhibit. Such records are called "one-man records" known.  

At the abutting edges of the panels, a smooth and inconspicuous transition created become. The butt edges of the plates point for this purpose each have a groove in the joint area of two panels. The For this purpose, plates are bevelled on the edge, so that the Butt edge of two adjacent panels a comparative shallow groove results. This groove can be made with filler fill out. Then the plates are through a textile strip over the filled joint is placed, tensile connected to each other, for example later cracks in a wallpaper attached above submissions.

Presentation of the invention

The invention has for its object a plate for the To create interior design that with little effort together with further, similar plates to form a suitable for a new wall or cladding that also while avoiding additional effort, a has an attractive surface. Furthermore, one should do this suitable process can be created.

This task is solved on the one hand by the im Claim 1 described disk.

As a result, there are at least two opposite sides the plate connecting means available, which at Connection with other, similar plates one snap-in connection with the adjacent plate enable. These connecting means can, for example, in Form of a tongue and groove configuration can be provided. In particular, the connecting means are on two opposite sides complementary to each other so that the Side edge of a plate with the opposite side edge a similar plate engages or locks  can be connected. The distance, measured parallel to the surface of the plate, between a butt edge on the top of the panels and the flank the rib at which the contact point is located, larger than the distance between the abutting edge and the contact point in the holding channel, so that on the engaged connection between two neighboring, similar Plates results in a press fit. In this way a connection is formed between two plates, which the two plates in all directions perpendicular to the considered side edge connects. In other words, you can the two plates are not in one direction with respect to each other perpendicular to their surface. Can also they are not readily parallel to their direction Surface are separated from each other. This is through the locking connecting means prevented. This Locking applies at least for the time during the Use, so long as the panels are a partition or Form cladding. However, the connecting means can be designed by suitable loosening of the plates the plates separated from each other and in another Way can be used again.

The plate according to the invention stands out for the creation of new walls or for covering existing surfaces of a room in that additional Fastening devices on the plate itself are that attach to a supporting structure enable. As will be explained in more detail below, can these additional fasteners such be provided that a respective attachment Plate on a supporting structure using suitable clamps, Screws or nails. Furthermore, a liability or Adhesive attachment to a supporting structure possible. This advantageously ensures that two plates are not only reliably attached to each other, but also on a supporting structure underneath. This can be formed, for example, by the roof beams be, so that the plate according to the invention used plasterboard can replace.

It should be noted that for the plate according to the invention currently dimensions of, for example, 2.60 m × 40 cm or 62.5 cm are intended. Furthermore, a so-called  "Short length" of the plate have a length of 1.3 m. By the latching trained connection means ensures that the joint between two neighboring Plates is largely unremarkable and especially for the Viewer is no more striking than the joints, for example of wallpaper strips glued together. This can especially the previously required filling of joints and there is no need to attach a textile strip. This means a lot of work and hires satisfactory and visually appealing work result for sure. Furthermore, these connecting means ensure that two adjacent plates in terms of their surface are aligned to the same level. Would only Attachment to a supporting structure underneath used would not necessarily guarantee that the plates are at the same level and it could disruptive steps arise on the surface. The Andes However, plate-shaped connecting means can be designed precisely that the surfaces are adjacent Place the panels exactly flush against each other.

Preferred developments of the invention are in the others Described claims.

It has to fasten the plate to a supporting structure turned out to be advantageous, at least one groove train who is recording a section of a Fastening bracket is used. Such a groove extends from the edge of the plate into the material of the plate, and a corresponding leg of a mounting bracket can in engage this groove so that the plate on the Supporting structure is held.

Alternatively or in addition, good experiences were made with made at least one recess in the edge area of the plate, which serves to accommodate screw or nail heads. This Recesses can each be on the head of a single one  Screw or a single nail. The However, recess can also be used as a groove over a certain length be formed along the edge of the plate so that the Number of fasteners, i.e. screws or nails, that can be used is freely selectable.

The additional fastening devices of the plate according to the invention for attachment to a Support structure can also by a self-adhesive layer are formed, at least on a back of the plate is provided in sections. Such Self-adhesive layer can be applied through a film or the like are protected so that the adhesive only activated after peeling off the film and subsequently when pressed against a supporting structure for a fastening the plate on it.

In certain applications, it offers an alternative an advantage if the plate of the invention suitable adapter for attachment to a section or has an element of the supporting structure. In this Context should be mentioned that the supporting structure is not must necessarily have separate elements that the Attachment of the plate according to the invention serve. Much more can with the plate fasteners interacting elements also in one piece on the Support structure may be provided. For example, a bracket explained in more detail below as an integrated bracket Component, in particular as an extruded profile on the support or Substructure to be formed. In this respect they have to the plate provided fasteners and the cooperating fasteners of the Substructure is not necessarily separate from the Plate or the substructure may be provided. Furthermore The invention also extends to a combination of plate according to the invention with a lower or Support structure attachable, attached or attached  integrated provided fasteners because by such a combination in an advantageous manner particularly easy way to create partitions create or clad interior spaces.

As a further preferred embodiment of the Fastening device provided according to the invention be at least one recess, for example a milling or at least called a hole with an element or a section attached to the lower or Supporting structure interacts in such a way that the plate according to the invention safely on this construction is held. For example, the milling could be one Form locking channel or several locking openings into which a suitable section snaps onto the substructure and sort of like a push button plate according to the invention fastened to the substructure.

With regard to the appearance of the plate according to the invention offers it benefits if the additional fasteners are designed in such a way that they are interconnected Condition of two plates are hidden. For example, on the plate a strip of material can be provided, which over the protrudes at the front of the panel, so that here the plate is nailed to a supporting structure or can be screwed tight. This strip of material can through the corresponding edge of an adjacent plate be covered.

Although it is for a reliable connection of two plates depends on each other that they are locking or takes place snappingly, it is provided according to the invention that the corresponding lanyards are designed so that one between two interconnected plates Press fit is formed. Accordingly, there are two adjacent plates under tension against each other, and it  there is no risk of an unsightly joint between forms the two plates.

A particularly advantageous embodiment of the plate according to the invention is that this is designed as a facing or partition that one or two surfaces suitable as interior surfaces having. This allows a Partition can be created for a room. As a carrier or Substructure in the sense of the invention on which in one in such a case, the plate according to the invention in addition to the latching Connection between two adjacent plates attached be the ceiling or the floor as well as in any one So called adjusted stand profiles on which the plate can be attached by suitable connecting means.

In this case, the plate according to the invention can also be one have a multilayer structure and an intermediate layer exhibit. Such an intermediate layer can, for example formed by a preferably 40 mm thick clamping plate be on both sides instead of the previously known Plasterboard is covered with the plate according to the invention. By means of the connecting means which snap in according to the invention a partition in this way much easier be trained than is currently in the state of the Technology is possible in a complex manner Stand and the attachment of plasterboard to it Partitions are created. It should be noted that in this Case the locking lanyards both on the Liner as well as the at least one available Can be formed top layer. The attachment without Use of stands can, as mentioned, for example provided by the customer at the top and bottom edge Moldings can be realized, dowelled on the floor and ceiling become.  

The interior panel according to the invention advantageously has a surface on that with the typical Surface structure of a handcrafted wall covering, in particular provided with its projections and depressions is. As examples of such a handcrafted Wall covering, on the interior panel according to the invention is already trained at the factory, be a wallpaper, one Plaster surface or one by a painting technique created surface or called a plaster surface. How is readily apparent, such surfaces, on existing walls or cladding, for example from plasterboard, are to be formed by means of a Variety of individual processing steps become. The creation of such a wall covering is also with considerable pollution and with the necessary Disposal of numerous different individual materials connected.

Such a surface structure is already advantageous a plate for the interior. To a partition or a panel with a corresponding look create, just have several plates together be attached adjacent. It’s not rework, in particular a filler, a plastering or the Operations in the context of wallpapering and painting required.

In addition, it should be noted that the surface of the Plate designed according to the invention in an advantageous manner may be that they are painted with a common color can be. Thus, if necessary, a later When, if desired by the user, such as this is customary for handcrafted wallpaper coverings, one other colors can be made. As Surface structures on the plate according to the invention all structures are conceivable, that are possible and customary for the inside of rooms.  

For example, optics can be created using a suitable structure be trained that of plastered walls equivalent. Furthermore, any structures can be provided that are known from wallpaper. For example a woodchip optics are formed. Furthermore, as Wallpaper fiberglass mats known to be essentially through a comparatively coarse tissue can be formed. Also the resulting structure can on the surface of the plate according to the invention may be provided. This applies in same way for fiber optic networks. Independent of concrete design of the surface results from the plate according to the invention a significant simplification of Interior construction in that by attaching the plate according to the invention numerous previously necessary Steps to form the final wall covering can be omitted. It is also considered to be handcrafted Surface imitated by the plate according to the invention a tiled surface can be mentioned.

A particularly appealing look of the invention Plate results if it has a coloring that also a handcrafted coloring equivalent. Here is particularly an irregular Color scheme thought, such as in the context of a Wiping, roller or sponge technology is created. With others Words can be complex and manual in this way created coloring of interior walls by a according to the factory-provided coloring on the plate according to the invention to be replaced. The creation of a Partition wall or the lining of interior surfaces of a room is consequently much less for the user Effort, especially a time and cost advantage, and less pollution.

For the optics of the plate according to the invention and in particular it provides for the look of several neighboring panels Advantages if the surface structure at least over the  entire area of a plate and preferably over the area of several similar plates is irregular. this includes it is understood that the surface of the invention Do not just join the plate together several times a certain, small format surface structure arises. This would, even for the inexperienced viewer recognizable, lead to a "repeat-like" look. in the In contrast, for the plate according to the invention preferred that the surface structure at least over the entire surface of a plate is irregular and therefore at most repeated on a neighboring plate. Prefers However, the surface structure is also over several neighboring plates irregularly, for example, by suitable large-sized press plates in the course of production the plate of the invention, as detailed below described, can be guaranteed. In this case the surface structure is repeated after a sufficient distance so that the Impression of a repeat can arise. Rather, the Impression of an irregular, handcrafted Surface structure. Alternatively or in addition to this, can the front of the plate can also be colored differently. For example, in addition to the surface structure appropriate color may be provided, for. B. one Tile pattern, a wood decor or the like. If necessary, however, only a colored one Design of the front can be provided without a three-dimensional structuring. In this case, the colored design either the play of light and shadow reproduce a three-dimensional structuring or it can be the color of an already smooth wall covering imitate, for example the pattern of a decorative wallpaper.

For the susceptibility of the plate according to the invention to Soiling and for the versatile use of plate according to the invention, it has proven to be advantageous proven to face the front of the plate with one  Moisture resistant surface sealing too Mistake. The front can advantageously be a moisture-repellent surface coating or Have surface sealing, so that a special easy-care surface is created with damp Detergents can be easily maintained.

It is also preferred for the plate to be made from a Wood-based material, in particular MDF or HDF board, or, alternatively, is made of plastic. In these materials those contours can be made with the necessary precision train for the attachment of two neighboring Plates with each other as well as for fastening the individual Plate on a supporting structure are required. Further can on a wood material on its surface by the Pressing a paper or foil using melamine resin the surface structure according to the invention in particular be trained appropriately. That way On the one hand, inexpensive manufacturability is guaranteed and on the other hand an easy way to do such Fasten plates. In addition, are for such Wood-based materials realistically reproduced surfaces known for example in the form of laminate layers. Finally, such plates are highly resilient because Similar laminate panels, for example as flooring be used so that there is a possibility that Sheets without further protective post-treatment as long-lasting Use wall or ceiling cladding.

The plates can advantageously be rectangular. On a long edge or on a long and a short one Edge a sealing material can be arranged so that an elastic attachment to the neighboring panel is made possible, both in the longitudinal direction and in Crossing adjacent plate. In this way are slight movements, for example due to Material expansion, compensated by the elastic  Sealing material deforms or relaxes without it open, clearly visible joints between neighboring Plates can come. It should be mentioned that it is alternative it is conceivable to allow a joint at this point or even to emphasize. For example, such a joint with a Optics are approved, the look of a wallpaper pile corresponds so that this can be accepted and the Supports impression that it is a craft created wallpaper surface. Alternatively, the edges of the plate according to the invention may even be bevelled, so that in the area of the joint a stressed joint, for example a V-shaped channel is created, into which, for example, a colored jointing material can be introduced so that the Joints are emphasized and a correspondingly desired one Surface optics is generated.

Instead of the sealing material mentioned, provision can be made be to provide glue on the plate so that a secure bond with the neighboring panels is achieved and gaping joints can be reliably avoided. to advantageous, problem-free handling of the Adhesive can be provided with an adhesive To provide cover strips which shortly before the assembly of the Plate can be removed, or a two component Use glue with opposite edges each of the plate a component of this adhesive is arranged. Only when connecting two panels, if these are assembled to abut each other, connect the two components of the adhesive and cause the Bonding.

Although the tight and seamless connection between two neighboring panels with suitable locking contours can be guaranteed, it offers in certain Use cases Advantages if two adjacent panels alternatively or additionally by means of an adhesive be connected to each other. In this case it offers  Advantages if in the area of the adjacent edges a glue receiving channel is provided which is connected in the Condition filled with adhesive.

For an attractive look, it also offers advantages if on the surface at least along edges the adjacent panels are put on, a protective strip, in particular there is a self-adhesive protective strip that then can be removed when the connection between two adjacent plates is formed. Especially at Using glue will so the surfaces of the Plates protected from contamination.

A further simplification for the user can by the preferred embodiment can be achieved in which the Back of the plate according to the invention with an insulating material is provided so that such a material is not separate must be attached. This can be both a Trade thermal insulation and soundproofing material. For example, one can be found on the back of the panel Acoustic or sound insulation mat with advantageous Sound insulation properties are attached to the Reduction of structure-borne noise is usually only a few Must be millimeters thick. Furthermore, for an advantageous Lowering the passage of sound and for thermal insulation Insulating mat, for example made of polystyrene or polyurethane a thickness of 60 mm to 80 mm, for example. This allows the thermal and acoustic insulation properties of the plate according to the invention are influenced.

A shrinkage within the panels or the supporting structure, for example due to moisture and / or Temperature changes can occur. It can therefore be advantageously provided, the individual plates movable to fix on their supporting structure, i.e. a floating one Laying so that, for example Material expansion of the supporting structure itself or the  Plates can take place without warping or Ripple of the plates is coming. The plates with each other are, on the other hand, advantageously firmly connected to one another, for example by the mentioned locking connections or Adhesions.

Is such a firm and play-free connection Plates not provided, so there can be a play of the plates mutually advantageous through those already mentioned Sealing materials can be compensated. That way maintain a smooth, closed surface without gaping of joints can occur.

While from the bottom area the width of each Panel elements is a maximum of about 30 cm, the According to the invention provided one-man panels widths of have over 60 cm. For example, you can customize be measured to the usual size of wallpaper strips, so that - As already mentioned - the design of the edges and any unevenness present there, the same optical Effect like the visible edges from impact glued wallpaper strips.

A can be used for the plates provided according to the invention comparatively low gloss level of the surface provided his. This can be done by designing the Laminates, for example through the use of appropriate Press plates, achieve. With such press plates is in known to be the top layer of the laminate coined so that the surface design and in particular the surface roughness with the help of such press plates can be influenced. Aside from the design of the Press plates can increase the surface roughness of the plates and thus the surface roughness of the laminate layers for example by the types of paper used, Resin levels or, if necessary, through liquid or solid Additives are influenced. For example  coarse paper can be used or the additives in the Resin or added to the resin.

Such a, compared to the floor coverings higher Surface roughness does not only result in an optical desired matt surface of the plates, but allows especially better adhesion of paints or Colours. In this way, the individual plates or the entire ceiling or wall covering created paintable, be it about the color immediately Influencing creation of wall and ceiling cladding be it to the wall or ceiling covering after some time optically change the use.

For the panels or wall and Ceiling panels can optionally be provided for the panels breathable. For this purpose for example in the production of the laminate layers be provided a decorative paper with the desired To use color, which with z. B. melamine resin is coated. The decorative paper can be used with a desired pattern of visible or invisible substance be printed, which is then carried out Melamine resin repels, so that at these points one through the Melamine resin otherwise creates an airtight seal is interrupted. Because the panels in the wall or ceiling area usually not as heavy moisture loads exposed as in the floor area, such Interruption of the sealing can be provided without the Longevity of the panels or the wall and To adversely affect ceiling cladding. In this way becomes a vapor-permeable wall and ceiling covering allows.

To achieve the largest possible, uniform Optics are gaping joints between adjacent panels to avoid. It can advantageously be provided both  Use glue as well as an edge design that in turn a locking of adjacent panel elements allows. The latching can be comparatively weak be pronounced so that the plates in a simple manner can be connected to each other without excessive press forces to have to overcome. The locking must, if additional Adhesive is provided, namely the adjacent plates just hold together until the glue is dried and the final connection of the two Plates takes over. The use of lashing straps like this when gluing panel elements z. B. on floors from the Practice is known is unnecessary in this way, so rapid work progress is encouraged.

Alternatively, press plates can be used if necessary profiled rollers are used. The corresponding To achieve a roughness depth in the surface of the board material, can, for example, when using a laminate as Plate surface favored by appropriate paper be, for example, by paper with a higher grammage than the usual weight per unit area of about 70-80 g Square meters, which is common for a plain base paper are. In addition, additional layers can be called "Underlays" are used to show the compressibility of the To increase the surface layer of a laminate and thus to enable particularly large roughness depths.

A plate according to the invention can be particularly advantageous be produced inexpensively in that, on the one hand, the different laminate layers of the known laminate Surface on the one hand as well as the core on the other hand, the for example, can consist of a wood material, such as thirdly, a backing material like that known per se Backing paper, connected to a workpiece at the same time become. This can be particularly cheap and energetically accordingly also inexpensive with a pressure of about 40 kp / qcm can be achieved, so that the production of such  Laminate panels can be made significantly cheaper than at the known production of HPL or CPL plates, in which the laminate is first manufactured, and then under considerably higher pressure of about 70 kp / qcm with the core and the backing material, so in a second Work step, is connected.

The object of the invention is also achieved by the method described in claim 21 for creating new walls of a room or to cover existing ones Areas of a room.

As a result, a first plate is first assembled. Then a second plate is made to produce a Snap connection on the adjacent side edges of the two considered plates, preferably on their longitudinal edges, with the first plate connected. Below is the second plate secured by means of additional fastening devices. How explained above, the second plate is hereby preferably attached to a separate support structure. With the method according to the invention, little can be done Effortable fastening of interior panels for Creation of new walls, especially partitions or for Cladding of wall, ceiling or roof surfaces of a room getting produced. As a result of the invention The process also creates an attractive appearance, since none Reworking required with regard to the surface are. It also ensures that there are joints do not form steps between two adjacent plates, because of the snap connection according to the invention an arrangement on the same level is guaranteed.

Preferred developments of the method according to the invention are described in the further claims.

The plates can advantageously be pivoted laid and locked in place. Especially in  unfavorable working posture, e.g. B. for overhead work, can be an easy to use and quick installation of the plates and at the same time a secure, firm connection of the interconnected plates can be achieved. there z. B first laid a first board. A second With its tongue, the plate is slanted to the one with a groove provided side edge of the first plate and thereby the tongue is inserted as far as possible into the groove. By a subsequent pivoting movement will turn the second plate in brought the common plane with the first plate, being a real locking can take place. Of course it is Laying procedures can also be reversed in principle by the second plate with its groove on the tongue of the first Plate is placed and then pivoted.

Alternatively, however, the two plates can be provided even before they are connected on a common level to arrange and by a purely lateral displacement to connect the two plates together. A resting one Connection can be achieved, for example, by appropriate edge profiling of the panel elements, whereby this edge profiling advantageous in favor of one easier pushing together of the two plates with resistance forces are designed to be as low as possible, so that when pushed together over the entire length of 260 cm the user the sufficient pressing forces easily can muster.

As before in connection with the invention Plate executed, can be used as fastening devices for example mounting brackets and accordingly intended grooves on the plate can be used. alternative can the attachment by means of self-adhesive layers or Screws or nails are carried out in a suitable manner the plate provided recesses are combined.  

As a further alternative, higher ones can be provided Holding forces and higher locking forces of neighboring panel elements enable by appropriate edge profiles and in this case the panel elements do not cover their entire Length of 260 cm to slide into each other at the same time, but these two panel elements initially in one Align the level, but to place it diagonally so that there is a v-shaped gap between the two plates. By pivoting the second plate, this can Gap should be closed so that there is only one each there is a point of contact where, due to the Locking of the two plates comparatively high forces must be applied. Because of this only about selective contact of the two plates results about zipper-like joining of the two plates, so that only at the corresponding point Range of locking forces for the two plates are to be applied. In this way, the assembly of the Plates simplified and the forces to be applied reduced while maintaining high holding forces can be ensured.

The installation methods described above can be carried out on two opposite sides of the plate are performed z. B. on the two long sides. If a tongue and groove Profiling also on the other two sides, e.g. B. the is provided on both ends, this can be advantageous enabling a pure sliding movement of two plates be designed so that the aforementioned second plate first with the first plate on the common longitudinal edges is connected and then by longitudinal displacement with a third plate on the common front edges.

If edge profiling is provided for the panels is, this can be directly from the plate material itself are produced, for example milled. It can however, it can also be provided to special profile strips  use that on the edges of the actual panel be attached. For example, such profile strips inexpensive as prefabricated, semi-finished products already provided with the final profile to use and connect to the actual plate.

However, it can also be provided that profile strips from one To use material that z. B. in favor of one better dimensional accuracy better suited for edge profiling than the actual plate material. In this case be provided, the strips first on the plate to attach and then the plate through the Profiling process, for example by a milling machine to lead.

It can also be provided that the profile strip from one to produce freely deformable material, for example from a liquid plastic or a plastic foam and this Glue the strip to the plate during its shaping. In in such a case the plate can be along a be guided according to the contoured hollow shape, the Hollow mold filled with the plastic or the plastic foam and where the foam or plastic with the remaining plate glued. Especially when applying one appropriate pressure, for example by the Expansion behavior of a plastic foam can be an intimate one Achieved bond of this material with the plate material if the plate material is porous, for example in Form of a wood material. Possibly. can also be provided such a bar as a semi-finished product on the actual plate to form and in a second machining process, for example by milling, this semi-finished product with the to provide the desired profile contour.

When the plate is concealed attached to a Supporting structure using appropriate aids, for example using fastening clips, screws or  Nailing is particularly beneficial when the panels are one enable direct bumping of adjacent panels, for example either by means of plate material or by means of an intermediate adhesive or sealant, so that a particularly uniform, consistent design of the Wall or ceiling covering can be achieved as they are for example with a wallpapered or plastered surface achievable and known.

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The following are examples in the drawings illustrated embodiments of the invention explained in more detail. Show it:

Fig. 1 to 7 each in a cross-sectional view of the connection area of two interconnected plates.

In the purely schematic FIG. 1, 1 denotes two plates of the same type for interior construction, one plate 1 having a groove 2 and the other plate 1 a tongue 3 , which extends into the groove 2 of the adjacent plate 1 . The combination of tongue and groove secures the two plates 1 against forces that act transversely to the plane of the plate and the plates are striving to lift off a supporting structure. In the opposite direction, the plates 1 are secured by the system on the support structure (not shown in FIG. 1).

1 against the plates apart withdrawing separating forces which act transversely to the longitudinal edges of the plates 1, the plates 1 are secured by a contact surface. 4 Along this contact surface 4 there is a rib 5 , which is formed on the underside of the spring 3 , against the side wall of a holding channel 6 , so that the two plates 1 are locked.

The forces acting in opposition to these separating forces, which the two plates 1 aim to push against one another, are absorbed by a contact surface 7 on which the two plates 1 abut one another and which extend from the front, that is to say the surface of the two plates facing the interior 1 , extends backwards towards the supporting structure.

In the visible in FIG. 1 laid state, in which the two plates form a portion of a wall or ceiling panel, there are four contact points 8a to 8d, wherein the contact point 8 c with the contact surface 4 is identical. These four linear or planar contact points 8 a to 8 d fix the two plates 1 with regard to separating or angling forces, so that only a parallel displacement of the two plates 1 in their longitudinal direction is possible without overcoming additional holding forces - apart from frictional forces to have to. In particular, the profiles of the designed together to form locking edges of the plates 1 so that four defined contact points 8 a arise to 8 d. Here, two separate contact points 8 c and 8 d are formed in the front region of the groove cheek which has the holding channel 6 . The contact point 8 d ensures exact positioning of the plates in a direction perpendicular to their surface. In the same way, the contact point 8 c ensures exact positioning in a direction parallel to the surface. Here, the distance, measured parallel to the surface of the plate, between the abutting edge 7 and the inner (according to FIG. 1 the right) flank of the rib 5 may be greater than the distance between the abutting edge 7 and the point of contact 8 c in the Holding channel 6 , so that there is an interference fit here in an advantageous manner. In addition, the transition between the holding channel 6 and the front edge of the associated groove cheek is rounded with a comparatively large radius in such a way that the rib 5 engages gently but noticeably in the holding channel 6 .

In Fig. 1, a glue-free connection of the two plates 1 is shown. A recess 9 above the spring 3 and below the upper contact surface 7 can, however, serve as a glue receiving channel in order to absorb excess glue if the two plates 1 are to be permanently bonded to one another with the aid of glue.

The plates 1 can be installed by means of a swiveling movement and locked in place. Here, for. B the left plate 1 , from which the groove 2 is visible, first laid. The second panel 1 is set with its spring 3 inclined to the side edge of the first plate 1 and thereby the spring 3 is inserted far as possible into the groove. 2 This is facilitated by the fact that the groove 2 has an upper edge 10 which rises towards the mouth of the groove 2 and in this way forms an insertion channel 11 which can be seen in particular in FIG. 1.

Likewise, the tongue 3 has an underside 12 which is beveled towards the free end of the tongue 3 , that is to say it rises, so that the right plate 1 can be inserted as far as possible into the groove 2 in the above-mentioned inclined position. This insertion movement is limited on the one hand by the contact of the spring 3 with the upper and lower boundary edges of the groove 2 and on the other hand by a contact of the two plates 1 in the area of their upper contact surface 7 . The subsequent swiveling of the right-hand plate 1 causes the spring 3 , which can be seen in FIG. 1, to be completely immersed in the groove 2 and locked in place on the contact surface 4 .

FIG. 2 shows a second exemplary embodiment with a fundamentally similar, namely lockable edge geometry of the two plates 2 , this geometry, however, causing the two plates 1 to be latched to a lesser extent. In view of the considerably larger dimensions of the panels for the interior and the correspondingly larger edge lengths of the panels compared to conventional floor panels, it can be advantageous to create a weaker locking resistance, so that the laying of the panels is simplified. Optionally, it can also be provided to provide different edge geometries on different sections of the peripheral edge of the plate, for. B. in a rectangular plate on the longitudinal edges of a different edge geometry than on the front edges. It should be noted that the groove-and-groove design is created with the recognizable retaining rib on the side facing to the supporting structure 15 side of the spring 3 and a recess in the corresponding groove cheek, so that the two adjacent plates by means of a largely planar sliding can be connected. In other words, the plate to be seen on the left in FIG. 2 is first assembled, additionally by means of the fastening clip 16 . It should be noted that, although this is not indicated in the drawing, the fastening clip 16 is of course fastened to the supporting structure. This can be accomplished, for example, in an advantageous manner by flat-head screws which do not protrude beyond the surfaces of the fastening clip and thus do not hinder the attachment of the plates according to the invention. Alternatively, the head of a different type of screw can also be received in the cavity that can be seen between the web 18 and the edge of the plate. After the assembly of the first plate, which can be seen on the left in FIG. 2, the second plate 1 , which can be seen on the right, is placed laterally and placed on the supporting structure. By moving parallel to the surfaces of the plates, the tongue penetrates into the groove and, due to the interaction between the holding rib and the receiving channel for the holding rib, results in a snap-in connection.

In the embodiment of FIG. 2, a seal between the two plates 1 is provided in the area of the contact surface 7 . For this purpose, an additional strip made of a sealing material 14 is used , for example a silicone strip, which can be molded onto one of the two plates 1 at the factory for the purpose of quick installation, or which the user can attach to one of the plates 1 as desired.

The two plates 1 are fastened to a schematically indicated supporting structure 15 by means of fastening clips 16 . These consist of a base plate 17 which can be glued, nailed, screwed or similarly connected to the supporting structure 15 . A web 18 extends from the base plate 17 and from this an angled wing 19 into a groove 20 of the plate 1 shown on the left. As can be seen in FIG. 2, the fastening clip 16 has a comparatively wide base plate 17 . This base plate, like the rest of the fastening clip 16, can have a certain extent in a direction perpendicular to the plane of the drawing in FIG. 2, so that a largely strip-shaped fastening clip 16 is produced. In the case shown, the web 18 extends largely vertically from the base plate 17 , and the angled wing 19 in turn extends largely perpendicular to the web 18 and thus largely parallel to the base plate 17 . However, the wing 19 can also extend at a certain angle, so that a certain clamping effect is brought about in cooperation with a correspondingly aligned groove 20 in the plate 1 . It is shown purely schematically that the plate 1 does not extend behind the groove 20 up to the web 18 . The alignment of the two plates 1 , e.g. B. a vertical alignment of elongated, rectangular plates 1 is achieved in that the adjacent plates 1 are each supported in the area of their contact surface 7 .

However, it can also be provided that either the plate shown on the right in FIG. 2 extends with its section behind the tongue 3 or the left plate 1 with its section behind the groove 20 on the web 18 of the fastening clip 16 , so that thereby a Plant of the plate 1 causes and the desired, for. B. vertical, alignment of the plate 1 is ensured and is avoided that the plates 1 can tilt. In any case, however, it is provided that both plates 1 do not extend to the web 18 , but rather that there is a free space which allows the plates to expand, e.g. B. due to moisture and / or temperature differences. In this way, a floating laying of the panels 1 is made possible, so that they can "work" in a material-specific manner without the tensile forces leading to cracks or the undulations of the wall or ceiling cladding due to compressive forces.

FIG. 3 shows an embodiment similar to FIG. 2, but no strip of sealing material 14 is provided, but rather a gluing of the two plates 1 by means of an adhesive 21 . The recess 9 is filled here with the adhesive 21 as a glue receiving channel. Adhesive 21 emerging from the surface of the plates 1 can be removed with a schematically indicated tool 22 .

The tool 22 can e.g. B. be a knife with which the adhesive 21 can preferably be removed after it is partially or largely set. The tool 22 can e.g. B. be a spatula with which the adhesive 21 can preferably be removed as long as it is not yet set but is soft or pasty.

In order to avoid injury (knife) or contamination (spatula) of the surfaces of the plates 1 when using the tool 22 , there is a self-adhesive protective strip 23 on the surface along the longitudinal edges, which can be removed after the excess of adhesive has been removed.

In the exemplary embodiment shown in FIG. 3, provision is made purely by way of example to create an optical emphasis on the interface between the two plates 1 . For this purpose, the two edges of the plate 1 are chamfered and take up the adhesive 21 in this V-shaped joint. A chamfer-free edge design similar to that in FIG. 2, where the adhesive 21 would then be provided instead of the sealing material 14 , is however also possible.

Fig. 4 shows an exemplary embodiment is provided in which no locking of the boards 1, but here the fixed connection of the two plates 1 takes place together only by adhesive 21st This extends far into the edge area of the plates 1 and can, for example, already be attached at the factory:
For example, a one-component adhesive can be provided, which is initially protected from setting by means of a protective strip. After the protective strip has been removed, the two plates 1 can be connected to one another so that the adhesive can then set and the two plates 1 can be connected to one another.

As an alternative to this, provision can be made to coat the two interacting edge sections of both plates with one component of a two-component adhesive 21 , so that the adhesive reacts when the two plates are connected and the adhesive is activated.

In the exemplary embodiment of FIG. 4, purely by way of example, a visible groove 24 is provided in the region of the contact surface 7 in order to deliberately achieve an optical structuring of the wall and ceiling cladding.

FIG. 5 shows an exemplary embodiment similar to FIG. 2, but in which the plates 1 abut one another directly in the region of their contact surface 7 , without a sealing material located in between. The snap connection, in particular the position of the contact surface 4 , causes an interference fit between the two plates 1 , so that a firm contact of the two plates in the region of the contact surface 7 is ensured.

In this embodiment according to FIG. 5, a particularly inconspicuous seam between the two panels 1 is made possible, so that a particularly large-area impression of the entire wall or ceiling covering is achieved, for example similar to the flat impression of a wallpaper, in which the individual strips of wallpaper collide contiguous.

The exemplary embodiments of FIGS. 6 and 7 essentially correspond to the embodiments of FIGS. 4 and 5, but the plates 1 are not fastened to the supporting structure 15 by means of fastening clips 16 , but by means of screws 25 which, as a whole, the representations of FIGS . are purely schematically indicated - 1 to 7. The plates 1 shown on the left each have behind their groove 2 a groove lip 26 projecting beyond the plate edge visible from the front, the screws 25 extending through this groove lip 26 . In order not to create an obstructive projection of the screw heads and to ensure problem-free insertion of the springs 3 into the groove 2 , recesses 27 are provided in the groove lips 26 , which can accommodate the screw head completely or, as in the exemplary embodiments shown, for the most part.

These recesses 27 can be provided as selective depressions in the groove lips 26 , so that, for. B. the user can hereby be given an indication of the locations and the number of screws 25 to be used for fastening the plates 1 . The recesses 27 can, however, also be designed as a groove, which extends over the entire length of the groove lip 26 , so that the user can choose the appropriate fastening point depending on the design of the supporting structure 15 .

All of the exemplary embodiments shown have in common that the plates 1 are shown purely schematically. Deviating from this purely schematic representation, they preferably consist of two or more different layers or materials: firstly from a core material, for example from wood-based material, and secondly from a surface, for example from a laminate, the laminate itself being able to consist of layers of different materials , In particular, this surface can be structured three-dimensionally, ie have depressions and / or projections.

Likewise, the support structure 15 is only shown schematically in FIGS. 2 to 7. It can be an aluminum profile, for example, as is customary for drywall construction. However, the supporting structure 15 can also be a wooden slatted structure or existing ceiling or wall elements, such as masonry, roof beams or the like, which are to be clad with the panels 1 .

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1. Panel ( 1 ) for interior construction, in particular for creating new walls in a room or for cladding wall, ceiling or roof surfaces of a room, with:
  • - On at least two opposite sides provided connecting means with a groove ( 2 ) and a spring ( 3 ), wherein in the groove ( 2 ) a holding channel ( 6 ), and on the spring ( 3 ) a rib ( 5 ) is formed, the in the connected state of two adjacent, similar plates are in contact with each other at a contact point ( 8 c), and the distance, measured parallel to the surface of the plate ( 1 ), between a butt edge ( 7 ) on the top of the plates and the flank of the Rib ( 5 ), on which the contact point ( 8 c) is located, is greater than the distance between the abutting edge ( 7 ) and the contact point ( 8 c) in the holding channel ( 6 ), so that there is a snap connection between two adjacent, similar plates ( 1 ) gives a press fit, and
  • - Additional fastening devices ( 20 , 27 ), which are provided on the plate ( 1 ) itself, for fastening the plate ( 1 ) to a supporting structure ( 15 ).
2. Plate according to claim 1, characterized in that the fastening devices have at least one groove ( 20 ) for receiving a portion ( 19 ) of a fastening clip ( 16 ).
3. Plate according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the fastening devices have at least one recess ( 27 ) for receiving a screw or nail head.
4. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that on a back at least in sections is provided with a self-adhesive layer.
5. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that this on a back a suitable adapter for has the attachment to a supporting structure.
6. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that this at least one recess, for example one Milling or at least one hole for receiving a Has section of the supporting structure.
7. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the plate made of a wooden material or plastic consists.
8. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that on at least a portion of the around the plate circumferential edge an elastic sealing material is arranged.
9. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that this designed as a facing or partition is that they have one or two as interior surfaces has suitable surfaces.  
10. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that it has an intermediate layer, and the latching connecting means ( 2 , 3 ) are formed on the intermediate layer or one of the top layers.
11. Plate according to one of the preceding claims characterized in that the front of the plate has a surface that a typical surface structure of a craft created wall covering with its projections and Wells, especially a wallpaper or a plaster Surface or one by a painting technique created surface.
12. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that this has a coloring that one of craftsmanship created coloring, especially an irregular one Coloring and preferably one by wiping, sponge or roller technology corresponds to the coloring.
13. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the surface structure and possibly coloring at least over the entire surface of the plate, preferred over the total area of several similar plates is irregular.
14. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the front of the plate with one opposite Moisture resistant surface sealing is provided.  
15. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the plate made of a wooden material or plastic consists.
16. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that on at least a portion of the around the plate circumferential edge an elastic sealing material is arranged.
17. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that on at least a portion of the around the plate circumferential edge an adhesive is arranged.
18. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that in the area of an edge of the plate that is attached several plates a joint to neighboring plates forms, a glue receiving channel is provided.
19. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that at least along two opposite edges a removable protective strip is provided.
20. Plate according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that this on its back a heat and / or Has soundproofing material.  
21. A method for creating new walls of a room or for cladding existing wall, ceiling or roof surfaces of a room with plates according to one of claims 1 to 20, in which a first plate ( 1 ) is first mounted, and then a second The plate ( 1 ) is connected to the first plate ( 1 ) with a snap connection and a press fit on adjacent side edges of these two plates ( 1 ), in particular on their long sides, and the second plate ( 1 ) is subsequently secured by means of additional fastening devices.
22. The method according to claim 21, characterized in that the second plate (1) under the formation of a locking connection obliquely to the first plate (1) set and the first plate (1) is by a pivoting movement in the plane in which , is moved.
23. The method according to claim 21, characterized in that the second plate ( 1 ) in the context of the formation of the latching connection in the plane in which the first plate ( 1 ) is located, is attached to the first plate ( 1 ) and subsequently by means of a largely flat sliding movement a connection is formed on the adjacent side edges of these two plates ( 1 ).
24. The method according to any one of claims 21 to 23, characterized in that at least one fastening clip ( 16 ) and at least one groove ( 20 ) for receiving a section ( 19 ) of the fastening clip ( 16 ) and / or several screws or nails as well as fastening devices at least one recess ( 27 ) can be used to receive the screw or nail heads.
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