DE102011112793A1 - Awning structure used in e.g. garden, has two slope portions that are inclined towards lateral ends of deploying profile from opening portion at middle of deploying profile - Google Patents

Awning structure used in e.g. garden, has two slope portions that are inclined towards lateral ends of deploying profile from opening portion at middle of deploying profile Download PDF

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DE102011112793A1
DE102011112793A1 DE201110112793 DE102011112793A DE102011112793A1 DE 102011112793 A1 DE102011112793 A1 DE 102011112793A1 DE 201110112793 DE201110112793 DE 201110112793 DE 102011112793 A DE102011112793 A DE 102011112793A DE 102011112793 A1 DE102011112793 A1 DE 102011112793A1
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Karl-Heinz Stawski
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
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    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F10/00Sunshades, e.g. Florentine blinds or jalousies; Outside screens; Awnings or baldachins
    • E04F10/02Sunshades, e.g. Florentine blinds or jalousies; Outside screens; Awnings or baldachins of flexible canopy materials, e.g. canvas ; Baldachins
    • E04F10/06Sunshades, e.g. Florentine blinds or jalousies; Outside screens; Awnings or baldachins of flexible canopy materials, e.g. canvas ; Baldachins comprising a roller-blind with means for holding the end away from a building
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Abstract

The invention relates to an awning with a rotatably mounted fabric shaft from which a cloth (2) is unwound, the front end of which is attached to an extension profile (3), wherein in the Ausfahrprofil (3) a rain drain is integrated over the cloth ( 2) in the rain run of the Ausfahrprofils (3) running rainwater through a lateral end or both lateral ends (8, 9) of the Ausfahrprofils (3) is derived, the rain run in the Ausfahrprofil (3) by a channel with a slope in the direction on a lateral end of the Ausfahrprofils or by two sections (6, 7) of grooves in particular starting from the center of the Ausfahrprofils (3), each having a slope in the direction of the lateral end (8, 9) of the Ausfahrprofils (3) is formed.

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  • The invention relates to an awning with a rotatably mounted fabric shaft from which a cloth is unwound, the front end is attached to an extension profile.
  • Such awnings are known. A distinction is made between the types of articulated awnings and conservatory awnings.
  • Both in Gelenkarmmarkisen in which the Ausfahrprofil is articulated at the front ends of articulated arms, as well as conservatory awnings, in which the Ausfahrprofil is mounted movably in the extension direction extending guide rails, the problem arises that the Ausfahrprofil due to the fabric tension in the direction the canvas wave bends. Furthermore, the extension profile bends downwards due to its own weight between the articulated arms at a Gelenkarmwnise or between the guide rails in a conservatory awning.
  • A particular disadvantage here is that this effect is reinforced when rainwater strikes the awning and forms a water sack in front of the extension profile, so that rainwater from the awning can not run off and the awning or the awning fabric bends further.
  • The object of the invention is to develop an awning of the type mentioned in such a way that the formation of a siphon is reliably prevented by the impact of rainwater and a discharge of rainwater is made possible.
  • This object is achieved by an awning according to claim 1. Advantageous developments of the invention are specified in the subclaims.
  • Particularly advantageous in the awning with a rotatably mounted cloth shaft from which a cloth is unwound, the front end is attached to an extension profile, it is that in the Ausfahrprofil a rain drain is integrated, on the running of the cloth in the rain run of the Ausfahrprofils rainwater is derived via a lateral end or both lateral ends of the Ausfahrprofils, wherein the rain run is formed in the Ausfahrprofil by a groove with a slope towards a lateral end of the Ausfahrprofils, or wherein the rain run in the Ausfahrprofil by two sections of grooves, in particular starting from the center of the Ausfahrprofils, each having a slope in the direction of the lateral end of the Ausfahrprofils is formed.
  • According to the invention, a rain run is integrated into the extension profile, over which rainwater from the cloth in the rain run of the Ausfahrprofils rainwater is discharged via a lateral end of the Ausfahrprofils, wherein the rain run in the Ausfahrprofil formed by a groove with a slope in the direction of this lateral end of the Ausfahrprofils is.
  • There is also the possibility that the rain drain in the Ausfahrprofil by two sections of gutters, in particular starting from the center of the Ausfahrprofils, each having a slope in the direction of the lateral end of the Ausfahrprofils formed, so that the cloth in the rain run of Extension profile running rainwater is discharged over both lateral ends of the extension profile.
  • By integrating a rain run with a slope in the direction of one or both lateral ends of the extension profile, it is ensured that rainwater, which impinges on the awning fabric, flow from the awning fabric into the integrated into the extension profile and this rainfall over the sides or over one side of the extension profile is derived.
  • The essence of the invention is thus the arrangement of a gradient within the Ausfahrprofils over which the incoming rainwater is derived. The slope is chosen so large that even with deflections of the extension profile due to the weight and / or due to the fabric tension in the direction of the fabric shaft, the remaining slope is still so large that rainwater can flow smoothly to the side.
  • By the term of the lateral end of the Ausfahrprofils so that the head of the Ausfahrprofils is meant, which is located in relation to the extension direction of the awning on the side, since the Ausfahrprofil runs parallel to the fabric shaft.
  • Usually, extruded profiles are used in awning construction, which have over their entire length an identical cross-sectional profile. Nevertheless, in order to realize a gradient within a gutter integrated in the extension profile, it is possible to clip such a gutter with a gradient in the form of a second component, for example of plastic, into the extension profile, which itself may be formed as an extruded aluminum profile.
  • In the event that the rain run is formed by two sections of gutters, each having a slope towards the outer head end of the Ausfahrprofils formed is, two such gutter components can be used in the extension profile.
  • However, the extension profile of the awning according to the invention can also be made in one piece by the slope are introduced directly into the Ausfahrprofil.
  • Particularly preferred is a mirror-symmetrical structure with two outgoing from the center of the Ausfahrprofile slope profiles that form the processes to both sides of the Ausfahrprofils within the Ausfahrprofils. This design makes it possible to produce the Ausfahrprofil in a basic shape and adapt it by cutting to length on both sides of the desired awning width corresponding to the remaining length of the Ausfahrprofils.
  • By installing or integrating such gradient profiles in the extension profile, it is thus possible rainwater, which impinges on the awning fabric, first in the integrated into the Ausfahrprofil rainfall and then on the rainfall and thus on the Ausfahrprofil to one or both lateral head ends derive the Ausfahrprofils, so that on the one hand the covered by the awning terrace area is protected from rain and also a water bag formation on the awning is prevented by an expiration of the incident rainwater.
  • Preferably, the Ausfahrprofil on one or more inlet openings through which rainwater from the cloth can flow into the Ausfahrprofil.
  • Usually, the awning fabric is attached by means of a welt on the extension profile. Preferably, one or more inlet openings are then provided in the Ausfahrprofil, which are positioned so that the rainwater is not stopped in front of the piping, but can enter via these inlet openings in the integrated into the Ausfahrprofil rainfall for further derivation.
  • Preferably, in the center of the Ausfahrprofils a gargoyle is arranged to the front, over which the rainwater flows from the Ausfahrprofil. The term front refers to the side pointing in the direction of extension of the awning.
  • In a preferred embodiment, gargoyles are arranged at one or both lateral ends of the Ausfahrprofile over which the rainwater flows from the Ausfahrprofil.
  • Such gargoyles may provide controlled drainage and controlled dripping of rainwater at the forward end of the extended awning to the sides, so that this will not be annoying to persons below the awnings.
  • Preferably, the awning is an articulated arm awning, wherein the Ausfahrprofil is hinged to the front ends of two or more articulated arms.
  • However, the invention is not limited to articulated arm awnings. Alternatively, it can also be a conservatory awning, in which the extension profile is arranged to be movable on guide rails in the extension direction.
  • Preferably, one or more in the extension direction of the awning rainwater guide / s are incorporated, in particular sewn and / or glued is / are, the empties in a rain run in the Ausfahrprofil / lead and derive the incident on the cloth rainwater in the rain flow in Ausfahrprofil ,
  • The fact that the awning in the extension direction has a slope, rainwater flowing onto the cloth rainwater flows through the rainwater flow integrated into the cloth in the rain run, which is integrated into the Ausfahrprofil, so that the incident on the awning rainwater is dissipated. Here, the rainwater channels open into the rain run in the Ausfahrprofil and incident on the cloth rainwater is discharged into the rain flow in the Ausfahrprofil.
  • Such rainwater guidance is particularly preferably formed in the cloth by a plastic strip, in particular by a plastic strip sewn between and / or glued in between two cloth sections, wherein this plastic strip may in particular have a slight curvature for forming a channel extending in the extension direction.
  • Typically, awning cloths are composed of several sections of fabric, these sections of fabric are sewn slightly overlapping, so that the awning fabric has extending in the extension direction cloth seams.
  • In such a region, in which two tissue sections abut one another, in this preferred embodiment, a plastic strip extending in the direction of extension is inserted into the tissue, so that this plastic strip forms a rainwater guide extending in the extension direction.
  • In a mirror-symmetrical structure can thus in the middle of the awning fabric in the extension direction, d. H. be incorporated into the cloth perpendicular to the fabric shaft and the Ausfahrprofil rainwater run, this rainwater is used to collect incident on the cloth rainwater and dissipate towards the Ausfahrprofil. This rainwater discharge opens into an inlet opening in the extension profile, wherein this inlet opening is arranged in a symmetrical structure in the middle of the extension profile. Starting from the middle of the Ausfahrprofils then two gradient profiles are arranged towards each head end of the Ausfahrprofils on the side of the awning to derive the incoming rainwater over this rain run.
  • The extension profile preferably has one or more inlet openings through which rainwater from the cloth can flow into the rain outlet of the extension profile. The inlet openings are preferably arranged in the areas in which the rainwater guide / s of the cloth open into the rain outlet in the extension profile.
  • In a preferred embodiment, the awning on a deviated in or on the extension profile valance shaft, from which a valance is developed vertically downwards.
  • By means of such a valance that can be developed vertically downwards, an optically advantageous front closure of the terrace area covered by the awning can be created. Furthermore, such a valance can also serve as a further weather protection against rain, so that the terrace area can continue to be used in a rain shower and the awning does not have to be retracted, since a water bag formation is reliably counteracted and incident rainwater can be derived by the rainfall according to the invention.
  • An embodiment of the invention is illustrated in the figures and will be explained below. Show it:
  • 1 a plan view of an embodiment of the invention;
  • 2 the section AA after 1 ,
  • In 1 illustrated a plan view of an awning according to the invention in the extended state. In the awning housing 1 is rotatably mounted a cloth shaft with the cloth bale, from which the cloth 2 is developable.
  • The front end of the cloth 2 is on the extension profile 3 attached.
  • In the extension direction is in the middle of the cloth 2 incorporated a rainwater run 4 , which is formed by a plastic strip, which is in the middle of the cloth 2 sewn between two tissue sections.
  • On the cloth 2 incident rainwater is over this rainwater 4 in the direction of the extension profile 3 derived to the front, as the awning altogether a slight slope of the awning housing 1 in the direction of the extension profile 3 in the extended state.
  • On the cloth 2 incident rainwater collects thus in a gutter forming rainwater 4 and becomes the extension profile 3 derived to the front.
  • The section AA after 1 shows 2 ,
  • The extension profile 3 has a feed opening in the middle 5 on. The rainwater management 4 of the cloth 2 opens into this inlet opening 5 and directs the rainwater from the cloth 2 in the extension profile 3 one.
  • Starting from this in the middle of the extension profile 3 arranged rain inlet 5 extend two gradient profiles 6 . 7 in the direction of the two lateral head ends 8th . 9 of the extension profile 3 ,
  • The extension profile 3 has a game symmetric structure in this embodiment.
  • The left slope profile 7 ie the rain gutter integrated into the extension profile with the slope profile 7 , flows at the left head end 9 of the extension profile 3 , In the headstock at the head end 9 is a breakthrough arranged. Through this breakthrough that comes over the gutter 7 drained rainwater and gets over the water drain 11 derived.
  • The right side of the extension profile 3 has a mirror-symmetrical structure, in which case over the slope profile 6 the rainwater to the right head end 8th of the extension profile 3 is derived. In the top plate of the right headboard 8th is also provided a recess through which the over the gutter 6 derived rainwater passes through and over the water drain 10 is derived in a controlled manner.

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  1. Awning with a rotatably mounted canvas shaft from which a cloth ( 2 ) is unwound, the front end of an extension profile ( 3 ), characterized in that in the Ausfahrprofil ( 3 ) a rain drain is integrated, over which from the cloth ( 2 ) in the rain run of the Ausfahrprofils ( 3 ) running rainwater over one side or both ends ( 8th . 9 ) of the extension profile ( 3 ) is derived, with the rain drain in the Ausfahrprofil ( 3 ) by a channel with a slope towards a lateral end of the extension profile or through two sections ( 6 . 7 ) of gutters, in particular starting from the middle of the extension profile ( 3 ), each one a slope towards the lateral end ( 8th . 9 ) of the extension profile ( 3 ) is formed.
  2. Awning according to claim 1, characterized in that the extension profile ( 3 ) one or more inlet openings ( 5 ) through which rainwater from the cloth ( 2 ) in the extension profile ( 3 ) can flow.
  3. Awning according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that in the middle of the Ausfahrprofils ( 3 ) a gargoyle is arranged to the front, over which the rainwater from the Ausfahrprofil ( 3 ) drains off.
  4. Awning according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that at one or both lateral ends ( 8th . 9 ) of the extension profile ( 3 ) Gargoyles ( 10 . 11 ), over which the rainwater from the Ausfahrprofil ( 3 ) drains off.
  5. Awning according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the awning is an articulated arm awning in which the extension profile ( 3 ) is hinged to the front ends of two or more articulated arms.
  6. Awning according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that in the cloth ( 2 ) one or more in the extension direction of the awning rainwater run / en ( 4 ), in particular sewn and / or glued is / are, in the rain run in the Ausfahrprofil ( 3 ), and that on the cloth ( 2 ) incident rainwater in the rain drain in the extension profile ( 3 ).
  7. Awning according to claim 5, characterized in that the rainwater management / en ( 4 ) in the cloth ( 2 ) are formed by plastic strips, in particular by sewn between two tissue sections and / or glued plastic strips.
  8. Awning according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the awning one or in the Ausfahrprofil ( 3 ) arranged Volantwelle, from which a valance is developed vertically downwards.
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