DE102005001629A1 - Floor panel - Google Patents

Floor panel

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DE102005001629A1
DE102005001629A1 DE200510001629 DE102005001629A DE102005001629A1 DE 102005001629 A1 DE102005001629 A1 DE 102005001629A1 DE 200510001629 DE200510001629 DE 200510001629 DE 102005001629 A DE102005001629 A DE 102005001629A DE 102005001629 A1 DE102005001629 A1 DE 102005001629A1
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Ralf Eisermann
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Akzenta Paneele and Profile GmbH
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Abstract

The invention relates to a floor panel (1) with a carrier plate (2) which is provided on a top side with a wear layer (3), which wear layer (3) is provided with a decorative image, wherein in the wear layer (3) a wear protection agent ( 66), as well as edge locking profiles (F1, F1 ', F2, F2') on at least two opposite edges of the floor panel (1), wherein at least one edge locking profile (1) at least one elastically bendable locking means (V), wherein the decorative Picture with a transparent lacquer layer (65) is coated, and that the anti-wear agent (66) in the lacquer layer (65) is provided.

Description

  • The The invention relates to a floor panel with a carrier plate, which is provided on a top with a wear layer, which Wear layer has a decorative image, wherein in the wear layer a wear protection agent is provided, and with edge locking profiles on at least two opposite Edges of the floor panel, wherein at least one edge locking profile at least one elastic having bendable locking means.
  • A generic floor panel is for example off 7 WO 01/96689 A1. The known floor panel has a tongue and groove connection with an undercut, which is intended to prevent a disassembly of connected floor panels. The groove walls of the groove protrude differently far from the edge of the floor panel. The groove wall, which protrudes farther from the edge of the floor panel, forms the elastically bendable locking means of the known floor panel.
  • Furthermore is known from WO 01/96689 A1 that this floor panel the appearance of wood imitates. For this purpose, the wear layer of the floor panel two elements, namely a paper as well as a translucent layer, commonly referred to as Overlay is called. The paper is with a decorative picture printed on a wooden surface represents. The overlay is arranged on the printed paper and is impregnated with synthetic resin. In the synthetic resin can according to the WO 01/96689 A1 a wear protection agent be protected against abrasion and cracking. The construction of the known floor panel is because of the special Construction of wood imitation by means of synthetic resin consuming and expensive to produce. This is because the synthetic resin of the translucent Overlays melted to bond with the printed paper must become. For this purpose, the printed paper should preferably also resin-soaked be. Paper and overlay are then together with the carrier plate in a hot pressing process connected with each other.
  • The Use of the resin-impregnated layers is expensive and, as is generally known, problematic because a resin impregnation of the printed paper with hot liquid Wax a length and causing latitudinal growth of the paper. This growth is a variable that depends influencing factors such as humidity, paper quality, resin quality, etc.
  • Of another requires the use of resin-impregnated layers on top the carrier plate because of different thermal expansion behavior between the carrier plate and the layers a so-called counter-pull, such as a resin-soaked Layer at the bottom of the carrier plate. In this way, a balance is created, the heat distortion of the floor panel after the hot pressing prevented.
  • The Complexity of processing of resin and paper increases the reject rate in the manufacture of the resin-impregnated printed paper. Papers that go below or below the target size, can not for the production of a floor panel be used. Besides, they are the energy and plant costs for the compression of resinous papers and a carrier plate high, because high temperatures and amounts of heat must be introduced into the layers to be joined in order melt the resin and the layers together in this way connect to.
  • One Another disadvantage is the arrangement of the wear protection agent seen. There are two alternatives known to be a particulate anti-wear agent to integrate.
  • alternative 1: The particles are provided within the overlay. you will be for example during the production of an overlay paper of the cellulose of the overlay paper added. The overlay paper is then treated with particle-free resin impregnated.
  • alternative 2: The overlay is free of particles. These will be instead mixed in a resin, however, the overlay, for example, an overlay paper, however coated on one side only with the resin / particle mixture and the opposite Side of the overlay is coated with particle-free resin.
  • Both Alternatives have the disadvantage that the top layer of a floor panel, namely that Overlay partially made of particle-free material without wear protection agent is formed. This particle-free material wears out in use of the floor panel quickly.
  • Of the Invention is based on the object, a wear-resistant floor panel to create that cost-effectively can be produced.
  • According to the invention Task solved by that the decorative figure covered with a transparent varnish layer is, and that the wear protection agent is provided in the paint layer.
  • Because the wear protection agent is housed in a paint, can be completely dispensed resin. For the attachment of the wear layer to the Carrier plate is no heat for the purpose of melting resin needed. This reduces the energy costs for the production. In addition, no heat distortion occurs when the wear layer is mounted on the support plate without significant heat input.
  • The elastically bendable locking means of the floor panel according to the invention protects that Edge locking profile before breakage. It can be within the meaning of the invention in principle be provided at various points of the edge locking profile. If it is an edge locking profile in the manner of a groove and spring connection, at least one of the groove walls can be elastic be formed bendable. Alternatively, the spring can be elastically bendable be educated. It is also possible to use both the spring, as also at least one of the groove walls elastically bendable form. The arrangement of the elastically bendable Locking means is for both edge locking profiles advantageous, which have an undercut, which a pulling apart counteracts connected floor panels, as well as for such edge locking profiles that no such undercut having a pulling apart connected floor panels counteracts.
  • Conveniently, has the wear protection agent abrasion-resistant particles on. This may, for example, to Corundum act in powder form, which is finely distributed in the wear layer is embedded.
  • a receives special benefits one then when the decorative picture and the varnish layer on a prefabricated decorative layer are arranged. The whole, namely the make up decorative picture and the varnish layer on the decorative layer the wear layer of the floor panel. The wear layer can be produced as a precursor. This precursor is in the finished state of the floor panel with the carrier plate connected. The manufacturer of the floor panel connects the prefabricated wear layer only with a support plate, at the edge locking profiles are attached or attached.
  • easily is the painted decorative layer, which is the underside of the wear layer forms, attached to the carrier plate with an adhesive. Anyone can do this suitable cold or hot, chemically or physically setting Single or multi-component adhesives come into use.
  • One further benefit arises when the decorative figure in different Figure areas is divided. In this way, for example a floor panel be designed with a wood motif, in which in individual imaging areas the decorative illustration of individual wooden bars are shown. these can For example, as in a ship's floor in several adjacent Be arranged rows.
  • The floor panel can be further improved by using a relief with depressions and increases on the surface the wear layer is provided. The depressions and elevations may be, for example be formed so that they correspond to a wood grain or imitate them.
  • The quality of the floor panel can additionally be improved by the fact that the wells with certain Picture areas and the elevations with other picture areas of decorative picture in overlap are. In this way, a floor panel is obtained, at the optical impression and the tactile impression taken together look really real. Such a trained floor panel with wood motif points, for example, if a graphic illustration of a branch, in exact coincidence with the graphic Illustration of a relief of the surface the branch point on. Likewise, the surface of a tiled floor can be imitated Be by showing graphic illustrations of tiles with intervening Joints are provided and the relief in overlap with the graphic, for example recessed joints and raised tile surfaces imitated. Here, a joint surface sandy and rough the surface of Tiles with appropriate structure to be imitated.
  • In a preferred embodiment are the depressions of the relief in the paint layer of the wear layer generated by a chemical. By this measure, reliefs can be particularly easy and inexpensive produce. For example, the chemical can react with the paint and decompose it where it is applied.
  • A Alternative provides that the floor panel with a relief is provided, the recesses by a mechanical embossing of the lacquer layer are generated.
  • conveniently, is at least on a side edge at the top of the floor panel Material removed, thereby forming a butt edge with a protective surface, and is the protective area of the Butt edge provided with a coating.
  • Due to the removal of material at the butt edge, the edge of the floor panel has a protective surface that is less susceptible to damage than a right-angled edge without material removal. The material removal extends into the material of the carrier plate. The coating of the Protective surface serves both the appearance and the protection of the protective surface.
  • Advantageous is at least the decorative image of the wear layer on the side edge of the floor panel bent, and is the coating of the protective surface of the butt edge by the formed bent portion of the wear layer.
  • On This way two things are achieved. First, the coating the protective area be designed so that no difference in quality to the effective area the top of the floor panel it is, except that the bent part of the coating specifically with a different quality should be designed as the wear layer on top of the Floor panel. The latter would be for example then the case, if the top with a wear protection agent whereas the wear protection agent is in the range of Coating of the protective surface is saved because the abrasion is lower there. On the other hand is, instead of known from the prior art joint, a Bending edge available. At the bending edge, the wear layer goes in one piece the coating of the protective surface over.
  • By the one-piece Formation of wear layer and the coating of the protective surface is one before peeling vulnerable Shock area avoided.
  • In a particular embodiment can be provided that at least on the protective surface of a the butt edges on the side edge of the floor panel a separate Coating is provided. This can be useful if it is a protection area acts short compared to other protective surfaces on the floor panel is formed and thereby of a reduced susceptibility for one damage the coating can be assumed.
  • The mentioned separate coating can, for example, as a self-adhesive film be educated.
  • Farther may be the area of application of the floor panel be extended by providing at least one imitated intermediate joint is formed as a groove in the top of the floor panel, and by the imitated intermediate joint the decorative picture in Divided into decorative areas.
  • Industrial finished floor panels are packed and delivered in several packages. For a cost-effective production It is advantageous, packet-wise offered floor panels each with the same panel length train. The production of different length panels as well the packaging of different panel lengths in a package can by imitated intermediate joints are avoided. Different for a long time Panels are indeed on floor panels with real wood required to make good use of the natural Reaching raw materials, but in an artificial decorative picture inappropriate, because the production, storage and distribution of different sized floor panels is expensive. The production of the new floor panels, however, is cost-effective, because uniform panel lengths can be manufactured being replaced by one or more intermediate joints in the top of a Panel can still be given the impression of a laid floor covering would from different lengths of floor panels.
  • Cheap is it, if the imitated intermediate joint has the same free cross-section has, as the free space, resulting in connection of two floor panels yields edges by their adjacent stump. Through this measure is the imitated intermediate joint largely adapted to an actual Joint, which forms a connection of adjacent floor panels.
  • The Effect of the intermediate joint can be further improved, that on the surface of the Groove the imitated intermediate joint a coating is provided. The appearance of the coating can be applied to the decorative layer of the wear layer be adjusted. A possibility, In order to achieve this, the groove is prior to attachment of the Produce decorative layer and in an additional step after installation the wear layer with the decorative layer, the wear layer in the area to insert the groove into the groove. It is helpful if the wear layer, first on the Groove runs away, to stretch, for example, to be pressed into the groove or sucked. This is possible, for example, with a foil.
  • easier Coatings of the groove can be, for example consist of a paint.
  • It is considered a further advantage when the edge locking profile at least two opposite Edges of the floor panel locking means having the form-fitting Act.
  • following the invention is exemplified in a drawing and detailed by individual figures. Show it:
  • 1 a floor panel with a decorative panel covered with a transparent layer of varnish,
  • 2 a floor panel with an imitator intermediate seam,
  • 3 a floor panel with imitated intermediate joint and different picture areas of the decorative picture,
  • 4 a floor panel with an imitated intermediate joint, which has a coating,
  • 5 an embodiment of a floor panel with mutually provided blunt edges,
  • 6 an alternative embodiment of a floor panel with all-round butt edges,
  • 7 a floor panel with truncated edges and a groove in the top,
  • 8th an alternative embodiment of a Fußpa neels with truncated edges, with a groove and with different imaging areas of the decorative illustration,
  • 9 a further alternative of a floor panel, which has both stump edges a groove in the top and different imaging areas of the decorative image,
  • 10 a partial representation of edge locking profiles of opposite edges of a floor panel,
  • 11 a partial representation of edge locking profiles of opposite edges of a floor panel with truncated edges,
  • 12 a partial view of alternative, opposite edge locking profiles of a floor panel whose edge locking profiles engage behind a form fit,
  • 13 1 is a fragmentary illustration of another embodiment of undercut edge locking profiles on opposite edges of a floor panel;
  • 14 a partial representation of opposite, undercut-free edge locking profiles of a floor panel,
  • 15 a section of a wear layer with relief.
  • In the 1 to 4 Floor panels are shown without blunt edges. The 5 to 9 show floor panels with stump edges. A butt edge is a material removal at a side edge of an upper surface of the floor panel. The material removal a protective surface is formed, which makes the side edge of the floor panel less susceptible to damage.
  • At the edges of all floor panels the 1 to 9 each edge locking profiles are shown. Corresponding edge locking profiles F1 and F1 'as well as F2 and F2' are arranged on the opposite edges. Several of these floor panels can be connected to a floor surface with the help of the edge locking profiles F1 and F1 'as well as F2 and F2' because further floor panels can be locked on all sides on a floor panel. The edge locking profiles F1 and F1 'as well as F2 and F2' are in the 1 to 9 For example, as a tongue and groove profiles indicated, which have an elastically bendable locking means V or V1 and V2. Different examples of edge locking profiles are based on 10 to 14 explained.
  • Each of the floor panels of the 1 to 9 is provided with a wear layer. This wear layer can be constructed as shown by the 15 shown and described. In this case, a decorative image of wood is provided, wherein grain lines of the wood motif are designed both graphically and by a relief in the paint layer.
  • To 1 is a rectangular floor panel 100 shown. It has a support plate 110 on. Opposite each other are two long edges and two opposite short edges of the floor panel 100 intended. Corresponding edge locking profiles F1 and F1 'as well as edge locking profiles F2 and F2' corresponding to the opposite short edges are provided on the opposite long edges. At the top of the carrier plate 110 is a wear layer 120 arranged. The wear layer 120 has a decorative illustration and a lacquer layer in which a Ver Schleißschutzmittel is included. The decorative picture represents a wood motif 130 There are grain lines 140 of the wood motif 130 to see. The structure of the wear layer 120 corresponds to the illustration and the description too 15 , where the grain lines 140 both shown graphically, as well as by a depression in the lacquer layer are designed. It is at the wear layer 120 a precursor with a relief on the surface. This precursor is adhesive to the carrier plate 110 connected. A simplified embodiment provides that the lacquer layer has a smooth surface without relief or is provided with a relief that has no match with the decorative image.
  • This in 2 illustrated embodiment of a floor panel 200 corresponds to the embodiment of 1 , There is one difference only in an imitated intermediate joint 210 in the form of a groove 211 in the top of the floor panel 200 is provided. The groove 211 cuts through a wear layer 220 and extends into the material of a carrier plate 230 into it. The surface of the groove 211 has no coating. The imitated intermediate joint 210 in 2 divides the top of the floor panel 200 or the decorative image in two imaging areas A and B. Imaging area A has a wood motif 240 and picture area B is a wood motif 250 on. In the laid state of a floor, the imitated intermediate joint acts 210 like an actual joint of separate wooden elements. To 2 go grainlines 260 of the wood motif 240 at the intermediate joint 210 fitting over into the grain lines 270 of the wood motif 250 , The wood motifs 240 and 250 each show parts of one and the same branch site. The intermediate joint 210 cuts through this branch in two parts. This gives the impression that the two imaging areas A and B are wood, which is taken from a grown wood trunk and therefore fits together. Corresponding edge locking profiles F1 and F1 'as well as edge locking profiles F2 and F2' corresponding to the opposite short edges are provided on the opposite long edges.
  • It should be noted that the groove 211 the intermediate joint 210 may also have a separate coating which is independent of the wear layer or the decorative layer.
  • The embodiment according to 3 largely corresponds to the embodiment 2 , It has a wear layer 320 on that on a backing plate 330 is arranged. In particular, the design of the intermediate joint 310 as a groove 311 corresponds to the embodiment of 2 , The only difference is a wood motif 350 an illustration area B. Its wood motif 350 does not show a branch point, whereas an imaging area A has the same wood motif 340 with a part of a branch point shows how the imaging area A in 2 , They are grain lines 360 and 370 represented, which are independent of each other; they do not overlap. Through the imitated intermediate joint 310 it seems as if it were two joined wooden elements. Corresponding edge locking profiles F1 and F1 'as well as edge locking profiles F2 and F2' corresponding to the opposite short edges are provided on the opposite long edges.
  • In 4 is an embodiment of a floor panel 400 represented, which is also an imitated intermediate joint 410 with a groove 411 having. A wear layer 420 at the top of the floor panel 400 is on a backing plate 430 arranged. The imitated intermediate joint 410 divides the top of the floor panel 400 or the decorative image in two imaging areas A and B. Imaging area A shows the wood motif 440 on and picture area B a wood motif 450 on. The wood motifs 440 and 450 correspond to the wood motifs in 2 , They have grain lines 460 and 470 on, at the intermediate joint 410 fit into each other. The wood motifs 440 and 450 each form parts of one and the same branch point. The branch is from the Zwischenfuge 410 severed. This gives the impression that the two imaging areas A and B are wood, which is taken from a grown log and therefore fits together. In the laid state of a floor, the imitated intermediate joint acts 410 like an actual joint of separate wooden elements. The only difference of the embodiment of 4 compared to the embodiment of 2 consists in the coating of the groove 411 the imitated intermediate joint 410 , The coating of the groove 411 is through the wear layer 420 formed on the surface of the groove 411 is bent over. The grain lines 460 of the wood motif 440 run over a bend edge L1 of the groove 411 to the bottom of the groove 411 , The grain lines 470 of the wood motif 450 run over the other crease edge L2 of the groove 411 also into the bottom of the groove 411 , From the top of the floor panel 400 considered, the wood motifs provide 440 and 450 as well as the intermediate joint 410 the top of the floor panel 1 a very good impression of authenticity. Corresponding edge locking profiles F1 and F1 'as well as edge locking profiles F2 and F2' corresponding to the opposite short edges are provided on the opposite long edges.
  • Another alternative of the floor panel 1 , based on the 4 is explained, points in the region of the intermediate joint 410 a bent wear layer 420 with separate imaging areas. These pictorial areas are provided with their own motifs, which differ from those motifs that are on the top of the floor panel 400 are located.
  • In the 5 to 9 are rectangular floor panels 1 shown. They have a carrier plate 2 on. Opposed to each other are two long edges and two opposite short edges. At the top of the carrier plate 2 is a wear layer 3 intended. The wear layer 3 has a decorative layer D, which is a wood motif 4 or several wood motifs 4a . 4b and 4c represents. These are the grain lines 5 . 5a . 5b and 5c the wood motifs 4 . 4a . 4b and 4c shown.
  • At the edges of the floor panels according to the 5 to 9 each edge locking profiles F1 / F1 'and F2 / F2' are shown. Corresponding edge locking profiles are respectively arranged on the opposite edges. Several of these floor panels are thus connectable to a floor surface, because on all sides on a floor panel further floor panels can be locked.
  • The edge locking profiles F1 / F1 'and F2 / F2' are in the 1 to 5 For example, shown as tongue and groove profiles, which have an elastically bendable locking means V. Each of the floor panels according to the 1 to 5 may alternatively have one of those edge locking profiles which will be described later in the description of the 10 to 14 are proposed. The 5 to 9 essentially serve alternatives to the design of the top of the floor panel and the side edges of the top of the floor panel 1 to explain.
  • To 5 indicates the top of the floor panel 1 a wear layer 3 with a decorative layer D on, whose wood motif 4 extends uninterrupted over the entire surface of the top. The wood motif 4 Among other things, it represents a branch in the wood grain. Of course, neither the branch in itself, nor the position of the branch is a necessary part of the floor panel. This applies to both 5 as well as for all other embodiments of the 1 to 9 whose decorative layer has a branch or parts of a branch.
  • At the side edges of the top of the embodiment of 5 are blunt edges 8th and 9 with protective surfaces 8a and 9a intended. These protective surfaces 8a and 9a are designed as a chamfer. A chamfer is thus an obliquely arranged flat protective surface on the edge of the floor panel.
  • All four side edges at the top of the floor panel 1 are with fasted protective surfaces 8a and 9a Mistake. All these protective surfaces have a coating. The coating comprises the decorative layer D of the wear layer 3 , The decorative layer D is for this purpose, for example, at a bending edge K on a side edge of the floorboard 1 bent and covered the protective area 9a , The same applies for the other margins.
  • It is of course possible to coat with this decorative layer D areas of the edge of the floor panel, extending over the protective surface 9a extend beyond. An edge of the floor panel 1 For example, it can be completely or partially coated with the bent decorative layer D.
  • At the protection area 9a The long edge of the floor panel is a line of grain M shown, extending from the solid protective surface 9a over the bend edge K in the wear layer 3 the top of the floor panel 1 extends.
  • The floor panel after 6 differs from the floor panel 5 solely by the design of the protective surface / chamfer, which is provided at the short edge. There is a coating on the protective surface 8a has been dispensed with. The surface of the protective surface 8a consists simply of the surface produced by material removal. The surface obtained consists in part of the processed wear layer 3 and partly from the material of the carrier plate 2 , A more expensive alternative to a floor panel can be a protective surface 8a have the short edge of the floor panel, which is provided with a separate coating, such as a paint or a film.
  • The floor panel after 7 largely matches the floor panel 6 , wherein there is a difference in the top of the floor panel, because there is an imitated intermediate joint 10 is provided. This intermediate joint 10 is as a groove 10a educated. The groove 10a cuts through the wear layer 3 and extends into the material of the carrier plate 2 into it. The surface of the groove 10a has no coating. The cross section of the groove 10a corresponds to the free space, which by connecting two short edges of such floor panels as a free space between the butt edges 8th results. The long edges of the floor panel 1 wise, as in the 1 and 2 to see a coating on which the bent decor layer D of the wear layer 3 includes.
  • The imitated intermediate joint in 7 subdivides the upper side of the floor panel or the decorative layer D into two imaging areas A and B. The imaging area A has a wood motif 4a and picture area B is a wood motif 4b on. In the laid state of a floor, the imitated intermediate joint acts 10 like an actual joint of separate wooden elements.
  • To 7 go the grain lines 5a of the wood motif 4a at the intermediate joint suitable over in the grain lines 5b of the wood motif 4b , The wood motifs 4a and 4b each show parts of one and the same branch site. The intermediate joint 10 cuts through this branch in two parts. This gives the impression that the two décor areas are wood, which is made from a grown wood stem and therefore fits together.
  • It should be noted that the groove 10a the intermediate joint 10 may also have a separate coating which is independent of the wear layer or the decorative layer.
  • The embodiment according to 8th largely corresponds to the embodiment 7 , In particular, the Gestal direction of the butt edges 8th and 9 with their protective surfaces 8a and 9a as well as the design of the intermediate joint 10 corresponds to the embodiment of 7 , The only difference is in the wood motif of the imaging area B. This imaging area B has a wood motif 4c on, which does not show a branch point, whereas the imaging area A the same wood motif 4a with a part of a branch point shows how the imaging area A in 7 , The grain lines 5a and 5c are independent of each other; they do not overlap. Through the imitated intermediate joint 10 it seems as if it were two joined wooden elements.
  • In 9 an embodiment is shown, which is also an imitated intermediate joint 10 with a groove 10a having. The wear layer 3 at the top of the floor panel 1 has the same wood motifs 4a and 4c on, like in 8th shown. The only difference of the embodiment of 9 compared to the embodiment of 8th consists in the coating of the designed as a chamfer protective surface 8a on the short edge of the floor panel 1 as well as in the coating of the groove 10a the imitated intermediate joint 10 , The protective area 8a is provided with a coating. The coating comprises the decorative layer D of the wear layer 3 , The decorative layer D is bent over and extends over the protective surface 8a , This is easy to see because of the grain lines 5a the decorative layer D of the wear layer 3 coming into the coating of the protective surface 8a pass.
  • The groove 10a the imitated intermediate joint 10 also has a coating. This also includes the decorative layer D of the wear layer 3 pointing to the surface of the groove 10a is bent over. The grain lines 5a of the wood motif 4a run over a bend edge L1 of the groove 10a to the bottom of the groove 10a , The grain lines 5c of the wood motif 4c run over the other crease edge L2 of the groove 10a also into the bottom of the groove 10a , From the top of the floor panel 1 considered, the wood motifs provide 4a and 4c as well as the intermediate joint 10 and the protective surfaces 8a and 9a the top of the floor panel 1 a very good impression of authenticity.
  • Another alternative of the floor panel 1 , which is not shown here, points in the area of the intermediate joint 10 a bent decorative layer D with separate imaging areas. These pictorial areas are provided with their own motifs, which differ from those motifs that are on the top of the floor panel 1 are located. The same may apply to one or more of the protective surfaces 8a respectively 9a apply, which can also be coated with a bent decorative layer D, which in turn with separate imaging areas for the protective surfaces 8a respectively 9a Is provided.
  • This way, for example, for the top 3 of the floor panel 1 the motif of a longitudinal section be provided by a log, as in the 1 to 5 whereas the bent parts of the decorative layer D are shown on the corresponding protective surfaces 8a respectively 9a and the intermediate joint 10 have such motifs that depict a section across a log.
  • In the following 10 to 14 each two floor panels are shown cut-out. The cutouts show edge locking profiles in the connected state. Each of the floor panels shown always has both edge locking profiles, namely one with a groove and one with a spring. Tongue and groove are each arranged on opposite edges of the floor panel.
  • Based on 10 to 14 On the one hand, different designs of edge locking profiles are explained. On the other hand, different shapes of butt edges are shown and described on an upper surface of a floor panel. The shape of the butt edges is independent of the Gestal direction of the edge locking profiles. Therefore, a floor panel with a stump edge can be after 10 or 11 with each of the edge locking profiles of the 12 to 14 be combined. The shape of the stump edge after 12 Can with any edge locking profile of 10 to 14 be combined. The same applies to the butt edges in the 13 and 14 , These can also be used with any edge locking profile according to 10 to 14 be combined. In addition, each of the edge locking profiles of the 10 to 14 on each of the floor panels 1 to 9 be provided. The edge locking profiles are always arranged in pairs on opposite edges of the floor panel. It can be opposite short edges of the floor panels after the 1 to 9 Either the same or a different type of edge locking profiles according to 10 to 14 have, which is provided on the long edges of the floor panel see is.
  • The floor panels 11 and 12 in 10 have wear layers on their topsides 13 and 14 on that on a backing plate 15 respectively 16 are attached. Each wear layer 13 respectively 14 is flat and extends to the side edges of the top of each floor panel 11 respectively 12 , At the joint of the two floor panels 11 and 12 bump the wear layers 13 and 14 dull against each other and form at the transition a nearly flat floor surface without an intermediate groove.
  • This in 10 shown edge locking profile 17 has a spring 26 on, which is designed as elastically bendable locking means V. An edge locking profile 18 is with a groove 27 provided, which has a curved cross-section. Due to the elastic bendability of the spring 26 the edge locking profile is protected against breakage. Before another part of one of the edge locking profiles 15 or 16 breaks, takes the spring 26 a bend on. In the unlocked state is the spring 26 while, in the illustrated locked state, the curvature of the groove 27 following towards the bottom of the floor panel 11 is bent. It is not a tongue and groove profile, which has an undercut, because the spring 26 is not curved in the relaxed state.
  • The embodiment according to 11 largely corresponds to the embodiment according to 10 , The edge locking profiles are identical. The only difference is a butt edge on a top of the floor panel 20 as well as the floor panel 21 , Each of the truncated edges forms a protective surface in the form of a 45 ° bevel 22 respectively 23 , The 45 ° bevel 22 of the floor panel 20 is an inclined plane caused by a material removal at the top edge of a support plate 24 of the floor panel 20 is made. On the carrier plate 24 is a wear layer 25 provided with a decorative layer D. The wear layer 25 is at a bend edge N on the 45 ° bevel 22 bent. Therefore, the coating of the 45 ° bevel 22 the same material quality as the wear layer at the top of the floor panel 20 , The 45 ° bevel 23 of the floor panel 21 has the same coating as the floor panel 20 ,
  • 12 shows a top of floor panels 30 and 31 , which are each provided with a truncated edge with a protective surface, each protective surface having the shape of a curve. The rounding 32 of the floor panel 30 is slightly shorter in cross section than a quarter circle arc. The rounding 32 is due to a material removal at the top edge of a support plate 33 of the floor panel 30 produced.
  • On the carrier plate 33 is a wear layer 34 provided with a decorative layer D. The wear layer 34 is including the decorative layer D around the curve 32 bent the butt edge and forms their coating. However, the coating extends beyond the top of a spring 35 the edge locking profile and extends to the end of the spring top. The rounded shape of the protective surface of the floor panel 31 corresponds to the rounding 32 of the floor panel 30 , A wear layer 37 is including a decorative layer D around this curve 36 the stump edge is bent and extends to a front edge of an upper groove wall of the groove profile of the floor panel 31 ,
  • The coating of the protective surfaces has the same material quality as the wear layers 34 and 37 at the top of the floor panels 30 and 31 ,
  • The edge locking profiles after 12 are equipped with such tongue and groove profiles, which have an undercut. The undercut acts to pull the floor panels apart 30 and 31 opposite. There are two elastically bendable locking means V1 and V2 are provided. One of the locking means V1 forms the spring 35 and the other elastically bendable locking means V2 is a lower groove wall 38 the groove profile, which is longer, or further protrudes from the edge of the panel, as an upper groove wall 39 ,
  • Another design of the top of floor panels 40 and 41 is in 13 to see. These floor panels 40 and 41 each have a butt edge with a protective surface in the form of a curve 42 respectively 43 on. The geometry of the rounding 42 corresponds to the in 12 shown rounding of the floor panel 30 , The rounding 42 is also by a material removal at a top edge of a support plate 43 of the floor panel 40 produced. The coating of the rounding 42 again consists of a wear layer 44 the top of the floor panel 40 , including a decor layer D in one piece around the curve 42 the stump edge is bent. In the present embodiment, however, the coating ends at the end of the rounding and is not performed over the edge on the edge locking profile.
  • The edge locking profiles are with groove 45 and spring 46 equipped, with an undercut between groove 45 and spring 46 is provided, which is a pulling apart of the floor panels 40 and 41 counteracts. It is provided an elastically bendable locking means V, näm Lich an elastically bendable lower groove wall 47 the groove 45 that is longer than the upper groove wall 48 the groove 45 , The lower groove wall 47 is free of bending in the illustrated locked position. However, their elastic flexibility is effective when an external load on the connection of tongue and groove. The elastically formed lower groove wall 47 protects the remaining areas of the connection from breakage.
  • This in 14 illustrated embodiment has the same design of the top of floor panels 50 and 51 on, like in 13 to see. On a carrier plate 50a with a wear layer 50b is a dull edge with a protective surface in the form of a curve 52 intended. The same applies to the floor panel 51 that a rounding 53 having. Both the geometry of the curves 52 and 53 as well as their coatings correspond to the execution of the rounding 42 in 13 ,
  • The provided edge locking profiles are with groove 54 and spring 55 equipped, which have no undercut. A positive effect against pulling apart the floor panels 50 and 51 as they are in the 12 and 13 is recognizable, missing in the embodiment according to 14 , Both the spring 55 as well as the groove 54 have trapezoidal cross sections. A thinner lower groove wall 56 the groove 54 forms an elastically bendable locking means V, which yields at an external load on the connection before elsewhere in the groove 54 or spring 55 a break arises.
  • Of course you can also a conventional groove and Fe derprofil, the joining surfaces of the Groove, which are arranged parallel to the top of the floor panel as well as with joining surfaces of the Spring, which is also parallel to the top of the floor panel are arranged to an elastically bendable locking means added be. In this case protects the elastically bendable locking means the remaining areas of groove and Spring against breakage when a load on the tongue and groove joint acts. It is sufficient, if, for example, the spring or one of the groove walls is made elastically bendable.
  • For explanation of the structure of a wear layer is shown in FIG 15 a section of a wear layer shown schematically. The floor panels according to the 1 to 9 For example, a wear layer with the in 15 have shown construction. The same applies to the wear layers in the 10 to 14 ,
  • To 15 the wear layer has a paper 61 on top, that with a decorative graphic 62 is printed. The graphic 62 is with different colored zones 63 and 64 Mistake. To protect the graphics 62 it is coated with a transparent varnish before abrasion. The thickness of the paint layer 65 as well as the thickness of the paper 61 are in 10 shown without proportionality. The paint is transparent and for the purpose of high wear resistance with an abrasion-resistant wear protection agent 66 mixed. The wear protection agent 66 has particles that reach the surface of the paint layer 65 come close. The surface of the paint also has a relief 67 on, that exactly to the pictured graphic 62 fits. wells 67a and raises 67b of the relief 67 are each with specific zones 63 respectively 64 the graphic 62 in surplus. The wells 67a of the relief 67 have been produced by a chemical applied before the lacquer coating, which reacts with the lacquer after application. In 10 is the paint layer 65 in the area of the depressions 67a thin, whereas the lacquer layer 65 in the area of elevations 67b is thicker. The Vertiefun conditions 67a of the relief 67 are with the zones 63 the graphic 62 in surplus. In this way, the tactile as well as the visual impression complement each other and it results in an excellent imitation of a floor surface made of real wood. A deepening 67a in the paint layer 65 can be up to the printed paper 61 come close. Such a deepening 67a the protective lacquer layer is missing. Such wells 67a should preferably have a small area, so that they are well protected from surrounding raised areas against wear.
  • A wear layer according to 15 is prefabricated. To produce a floor panel, the prefabricated wear layer is attached to a support plate, for example by means of an adhesive.
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    grain line
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    Edge locking profile
    F1
    Edge locking profile
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    Edge locking profile
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    short obtuse edge
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    protection area
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    short obtuse edge
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    protection area
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    intermediate joint
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    groove
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    floor panel
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    floor panel
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    45 ° chamfer
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    45 ° chamfer
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    support plate
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    wear layer
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    feather
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    groove
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    floor panel
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    floor panel
    32
    curve
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    support plate
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    wear layer
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    feather
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    curve
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    wear layer
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    floor panel
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    floor panel
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    curve
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    support plate
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    wear layer
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    groove
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    feather
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    Lower groove wall
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    Upper groove wall
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    floor panel
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    support plate
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    wear layer
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    floor panel
    52
    curve
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    curve
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    groove
    55
    feather
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    Lower groove wall
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    paper
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    graphic
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    Zone
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    Zone
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    paint layer
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    Wear agents
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    relief
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    deepening
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    increase
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    imaging area
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    decorative sheet
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    bend edge
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    floor panel
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    support plate
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    wear layer
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    grain line
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    floor panel
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    intermediate joint
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    groove
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    wear layer
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    support plate
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    wood motif
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    grain line
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    floor panel
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    groove
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    wear layer
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    support plate
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    wood motif
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    floor panel
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    groove
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    support plate
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    Edge locking profile
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Claims (17)

  1. Floor panel ( 1 . 11 . 12 . 20 . 21 . 30 . 31 . 40 . 41 . 50 . 51 . 100 . 200 . 300 . 400 ) with a carrier plate ( 2 . 24 . 33 . 43 . 50a . 110 . 230 . 330 . 430 ), which on an upper side with a wear layer ( 3 . 25 . 34 . 44 . 120 . 220 . 320 . 420 ), which wear layer ( 3 . 25 . 34 . 44 . 120 . 220 . 320 . 420 ) is provided with a decorative image, wherein in the wear layer ( 3 . 25 . 34 . 44 . 120 . 220 . 320 . 420 ) a wear protection agent ( 66 ) and with edge locking profiles (F1, F1 ', F2, F2') on at least two opposite edges of the floor panel (US Pat. 1 . 11 . 12 . 20 . 21 . 30 . 31 . 40 . 41 . 50 . 51 . 100 . 200 . 300 . 400 ), wherein at least one edge locking profile ( 1 . 20 . 21 . 30 . 31 . 40 . 41 . 50 . 51 . 100 . 200 . 300 . 400 ) has at least one elastically bendable locking means (V, V1, V2), characterized in that the decorative image with a transparent lacquer layer ( 65 ) and that the wear protection agent ( 66 ) in the paint layer ( 65 ) is provided.
  2. Floor panel according to claim 1, characterized in that the wear protection agent ( 66 ) has abrasion resistant particles.
  3. Floor panel according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the decorative illustration and the lacquer layer ( 65 ) are formed as a prefabricated decorative layer, and that the decorative layer at least a portion of the wear layer ( 3 . 25 . 34 . 44 . 120 . 220 . 320 . 420 ), which in the finished state with the support plate ( 2 . 24 . 33 . 43 . 50a . 110 . 230 . 330 . 430 ) connected is.
  4. Floor panel according to claim 3, characterized in that the painted decorative layer with an adhesive to the support plate ( 2 . 24 . 33 . 43 . 50a . 110 . 230 . 330 . 430 ) is attached.
  5. floor panel according to one of the claims 1 to 4, characterized in that the decorative illustration in different imaging areas (A, B) is divided.
  6. Floor panel according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the surface of the wear layer ( 3 . 25 . 34 . 44 . 120 . 220 . 320 . 420 ) a relief ( 67 ) with depressions ( 67a ) and increases ( 67b ) having.
  7. Floor panel according to claim 6, characterized in that the depressions ( 67a ) with certain zones ( 63 ) and the elevations ( 67b ) with other zones ( 64 ) of the decorative image are in overlap.
  8. Floor panel according to claim 6 or 7, characterized in that the depressions ( 67a ) of the relief ( 67 ) are produced by a chemical reacting with the paint.
  9. Floor panel according to one of claims 6 to 7, characterized in that the depressions ( 67b ) of the relief ( 67 ) are produced by a mechanical stamping.
  10. Floor panel according to one of claims 1 to 9, characterized in that at least at one side edge at the top of the floor panel ( 1 . 20 . 21 . 30 . 31 . 40 . 41 . 50 . 51 ) Material and thereby a butt edge ( 8th . 9 ) with a protective surface ( 8a . 9a . 22 . 23 . 32 . 36 . 42 . 52 . 53 ) is formed, and wherein the protective surface ( 8a . 9a . 22 . 23 . 32 . 36 . 42 . 52 . 53 ) of the stump edge ( 8th . 9 ) is provided with a coating.
  11. Floor panel according to claim 10, characterized in that the decorative image of the wear layer ( 3 . 25 . 34 . 44 . 120 . 220 . 320 . 420 ) on the side edge of the floor panel ( 1 . 20 . 21 . 30 . 31 . 40 . 41 . 50 . 51 ) is bent over, and that the coating of the protective surface ( 8a . 9a . 22 . 23 . 32 . 36 . 42 . 52 . 53 ) of the stump edge ( 8th . 9 ) by the bent portion of the wear layer ( 3 . 25 . 34 . 44 . 120 . 220 . 320 . 420 ) is formed.
  12. Floor panel according to claim 10 or 11, characterized in that at least on the protective surface protection area ( 8a ) one of the truncated edges ( 8th ) on the side edge of the floor panel ( 1 . 20 . 21 . 30 . 31 . 40 . 41 . 50 . 51 ) a separate coating is provided.
  13. floor panel according to claim 12, characterized in that the separate coating is designed as a self-adhesive film.
  14. Floor panel according to one of claims 5 to 13, characterized in that at least one imitated intermediate joint ( 10 . 210 . 310 . 410 ) provided as groove ( 10a . 211 . 311 . 411 ) in the top of the floor panel ( 1 . 200 . 300 . 400 ) is formed, and that the imitated intermediate joint ( 10 . 210 . 310 . 410 ) divides the decorative image into the different imaging areas (A, B).
  15. Floor panel according to claim 14, characterized in that the imitated intermediate joint ( 10 . 210 . 310 . 410 ) has the same free cross section as the free space which results when connecting two floor panels ( 1 . 20 . 21 . 30 . 31 . 40 . 41 . 50 . 51 ) by their adjoining butt edges ( 8th . 9 ).
  16. Floor panel according to claim 14 or 15, characterized in that on the surface of the groove ( 10a . 211 . 311 . 411 ) of the imitated intermediate joint ( 10 . 210 . 310 . 410 ) A coating is provided.
  17. Floor panel according to one of claims 1 to 16, characterized in that the edge locking profile (F1, F1 ', F2, F2') at least two opposite edges of the floor panel ( 1 . 30 . 31 . 40 . 41 . 100 . 200 . 300 . 400 ) positively locking means ( 35 . 38 . 46 . 47 ) having.
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