DE102014101451B4 - Transport container and retrofit kit - Google Patents

Transport container and retrofit kit

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DE102014101451B4
DE102014101451B4 DE102014101451.0A DE102014101451A DE102014101451B4 DE 102014101451 B4 DE102014101451 B4 DE 102014101451B4 DE 102014101451 A DE102014101451 A DE 102014101451A DE 102014101451 B4 DE102014101451 B4 DE 102014101451B4
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Manuel Fernandez GONZALEZ
Rainer Üblacker
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C13/00Details; Accessories
    • A45C13/04Frames
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C13/00Details; Accessories
    • A45C13/26Special adaptations of handles
    • A45C13/262Special adaptations of handles for wheeled luggage
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C5/00Rigid or semi-rigid luggage
    • A45C5/03Suitcases
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C5/00Rigid or semi-rigid luggage
    • A45C5/14Rigid or semi-rigid luggage with built-in rolling means
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C5/00Rigid or semi-rigid luggage
    • A45C5/14Rigid or semi-rigid luggage with built-in rolling means
    • A45C5/143Rigid or semi-rigid luggage with built-in rolling means detachable
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C13/00Details; Accessories
    • A45C13/26Special adaptations of handles
    • A45C13/262Special adaptations of handles for wheeled luggage
    • A45C2013/267Special adaptations of handles for wheeled luggage the handle being slidable, extractable and lockable in one or more positions

Abstract

Transport container having a container body (14) and a pivotally mounted on this container lid (12), with a plurality of rollers (58) on the container body (14) and one of the rollers (58) spaced handle, depending on the container lid (12 ) on the opposite side of the container body (14), characterized in that on the cuboid container body (14) fixed to a frame or in the cuboid container body (14) is integrated, which container body (14) free of receptacles or recesses (82) for rollers (82) 58) and which frame forms at least three guides (52, 54) and that the rollers (58) are mounted in or on the frame and that the handle is integrated in the frame.

Description

  • The invention relates to a transport container, according to the preamble of claim 1, and a retrofit kit according to the preamble of claim 36.
  • Such transport containers have long been known. For example, so-called suitcases are widely used by business people, but increasingly also by tourists traveling by public transport such as railways. About extendable telescopic handles, which are attached to the underside of the container or case concerned, and on rollers, which are also at the bottom of the relevant transport container, but the telescopic handle storage opposite stored, the transport container can easily pull, with a substantial part the weight of the objects received in the transport container is supported by the rollers so that the movement relative to, for example, a suitcase carried in the hand is considerably facilitated.
  • In such transport containers, the problem is that the rollers must be picked up and stored. Although it is possible to store them at the bottom of the corner of the relevant transport container, such as suitcases. This would provide the advantage that the interior of the container is free of storage facilities, so that a substantially cuboid interior could be provided.
  • However, this arrangement has the disadvantage that the rollers then clearly protrude from the otherwise cuboidal outer shape of the transport container and are prone to damage.
  • Such a transport container, for example, be specified for the inclusion of loads by 30 kg, which, on the other hand, requires that the storage and design of the rollers must be chosen to be stable in order to prevent the rollers and their storage are destroyed by overloading.
  • In practice, the rollers and their storage are exposed to significant alternating loads. For example, if the user of a loaded with 30 kg transport container quickly pulls this cobblestones, exchange loads with frequencies up to 20 Hz and pulse peaks of several hundred kilograms are applied to the rollers and their storage, but also on the attachment of the storage to the transport container.
  • The roller bearing must therefore be resistant to alternating loads.
  • Although the telescopic handle and its storage is exposed to much lower load peaks. Especially with double extendable telescopic handles, however, a stable exception of the extended telescopic handle must be ensured in the telescopic handle bearing due to the leverage also.
  • In view of these technical problems, the overwhelming majority of the transport containers used are designed so that the roller bearing and the telescopic handle bearing are integrated into the container body, and it is accepted that the interior of the container body at the bottom is rugged or by moving parts how the retractable telescopic handle is limited in its universal usability. Typically, in so-called rolling cases, the roller bearing and the telescopic handle cover is covered by a rather thin fabric cover, and it is recommended not to use the trolley up to the maximum luggage capacity, for example, to not affect the functions of the telescopic handle.
  • Furthermore, transport containers have been proposed for special purposes, which - in so far beyond rolling suitcases - are also stackable. An example of this is from the DE 195 08 826 B4 refer to. The stackability should be ensured in this solution by stacking corners that protrude minimally relative to the container body. However, the stacking security is quite limited in this solution and not ensured, for example, if more than three transport containers are stacked. In addition, this solution has the disadvantages of teilversenkten rollers.
  • An improved solution on the other hand can be the DE 20 2005 015 963 U1 remove. The lower corner profile of this transport container is designed to fit the container lid and its top, that it engages over it, so that a secure stand is guaranteed. In addition, known per se Eckvorsprünge may be formed on the container lid. The caster seat is also integrated here in the Behäterkorpus, but secured by a quarter-circle cover.
  • Another embodiment of a transport container with integrated rollers has become known by the roll box K 412 of the present applicant. This rollbox is also characterized by good stackability and has proven itself well in practice even in robust use. Again, the rollers are integrated.
  • In contrast, the invention is based on the object, an ergonomically improved transport container according to the preamble of claim 1 and a corresponding retrofit set According to the preamble of claim 36 to create, which are inexpensive to produce and provide significant added value over the previously known transport containers.
  • This object is achieved by claim 1 or 36. Advantageous developments emerge from the subclaims.
  • The transport container according to the invention is characterized in that a frame, in particular a stack frame on the underside of the container is particularly flush. This stacking frame takes all the components required for the process, so the rollers and the telescopic handle, in a very stable and thus durable way on. The flush design, the juxtaposition and stacking of transport containers is not affected, and there is also the particular advantage that neither the rollers nor the telescopic handle must project in a direction transverse to the stacking direction. The rollers may be lowered but not project. The realization of an inclined surface of for example 45 °, however, given a corresponding desired ground clearance.
  • Due to the integration of the traversing elements, that is, the rollers and the telescopic frame, in the frame according to the invention, the bearing of the rollers is possible in such a way that even alternating loads can be permanently well absorbed.
  • According to the invention, it is particularly favorable that the essentially cuboid interior of the container body can remain virtually completely free from internals or other track roller or telescope-handle-related structural units. According to the invention, the assemblies assigned to the method can be completely accommodated completely in the frame according to the invention, which is designed in particular as a stack frame, so that no impairment or even damage to the objects to be transported through a jagged interior of the container body is to be feared.
  • Particularly favorable in this context, it is also that a high tightness according to the tightness classes IP 61, IP 62 or even IP 65 or IP 67 is possible, because openings of the container body, as required in integrated in the container body casters, are dispensable according to the invention ,
  • The container body is so far from openings, free of recordings or depressions for the rollers and completely cuboid, apart from the preferred rounded corners, which give the container body a injury-resistant design, and at the same time increase the stability, even if a light metal construction is present.
  • The transport container according to the invention is therefore very stable and durable, especially in aluminum construction.
  • In accordance with the invention advantageously corner elements are provided, which are particularly designed as a stacking guides and also partly store the rollers, and take part between them the telescopic handle and its storage. The stacking frame according to the invention is preferably self-supporting and consists of the corner elements or stack guides and hollow profiles which extend between the corner elements. The realization of snap-in connectors results in the inherent rigidity, it being understood that the connectors can be designed so that the locking tongues exert a bias on the respective adjacent hollow profile.
  • In addition, the stacking frame is further stiffened by the system at the bottom of the container. It may be attached in any suitable manner to the container bottom of the container body, for example by screwing, gluing or riveting. For fixing both the container bottom is available, as well as the circumferential corner profile, in which in a known manner both the container bottom and the container side walls are securely stored. The design of the stacking frame basically follows the outer side practically exactly the configuration of this corner profile, which forms a rectangle, apart from the known per se rounded corners.
  • In accordance with the invention, the stack guides have recesses which are at least partially congruent to one another and which match the counter-stacking elements which are formed with projections on the container lids, ie at the four corners of the container lid.
  • For a secure stackability is ensured, and the stacking element has a dual function for the storage of rollers on the one hand and the realization of stackability on the other hand, the stackability is readily given even at a stack height of 8 or 10 units, after the wells quite 1 cm deep and can have a length and width of significantly more than 1 cm.
  • According to the invention, it is particularly advantageous if the primary rollers are each accommodated in a corner element and supported on this and stored safely. Double-sided storage is preferred to increase the load bearing capacity of the storage. The storage is preferably carried out adjacent to an inclined surface, so that a significantly improved ground clearance guaranteed despite the non-projecting storage of the primary roller. The inclined surface may, for example, extend obliquely downwards at an angle of 45 °. The ground clearance can thus be significantly more than 20 mm, even with small rollers.
  • In an advantageous embodiment of the invention, it is provided in addition to the primary roller to offer a secondary roller, which may extend outside the container dimension and is accordingly releasably received.
  • For this purpose, associated stub axles and the two secondary rollers are added as additional elements, and make it possible to mount by snapping the connectors, the secondary casters, if - for example, in the outdoor area - significantly greater ground freedoms are desired, such as more than 40 mm or even 60 mm.
  • Again, a particularly good ground clearance is ensured by the near-axis configuration of the inclined surface, wherein the Aufeinanderreihbarkeit the container is given when removing the stacker axes and the associated secondary roles readily.
  • Conveniently, the stacking frame according to the invention may be provided as a retrofit set for forming a movable transport container based on a non-movable transport container. For this purpose, the complete stacking frame with integrated telescopic handle and the primary rollers is unceremoniously equipped and offered separately, in combination with suitable fasteners for inclusion on a non-movable transport container in the bottom area.
  • Preferably, the stack guides are designed as stack elements, for example made of plastic. These are connected to each other via suitable plug-in guides with profiles, in particular extruded profiles, and are insofar part of the stacking frame.
  • Alternatively, it is also possible to form the stack guides by abutment on a profile, preferably an extruded profile, which forms the stack frame. The Eckinnenflächen are also suitable for this purpose to lead corresponding stacking projections on the lids of the underlying transport container, thus ensuring the easiness.
  • Further advantages, details and features of the invention will become apparent from the following description of an embodiment of the invention with reference to the drawing.
  • Show it:
  • 1 a schematic side view of a transport container according to the invention;
  • 2 a perspective bottom view of a transport container according to the invention, which is already equipped with secondary rollers in a partial representation;
  • 3 a top perspective view of a transport container according to the invention, in a partial representation;
  • 4 a detailed view of a transport container according to the invention in the embodiment according to the preceding figures, wherein mainly a stack element is shown with recorded primary roller and aufgenommender secondary roller;
  • 5 a further detail of a transport container according to the invention, showing one opposite the stack according to 4 Opposite the stacking element, which is adjacent to the telescopic handle; and
  • 6 a representation of the corner element according to 5 , wherein an adjacent hollow profile is hidden.
  • The in 1 illustrated transport container 10 has a container lid 12 and a container body 14 on, which are made in a conventional manner. The container lid has counterstack elements 16 and 18 on and concludes in a known manner on a final profile 20 opposite the container body 14 from.
  • The sealing takes place via a seal, which is not shown in an upper end profile of the container body 14 is realized and against the inside of the container lid 12 suppressed. About closures 22 and 24 a secure seal is ensured, with the container lid 12 is preferably pivotally mounted on the rear side of the container body, not shown, on this.
  • handles 28 and 30 , which are designed as swivel handles and insofar the container lid 12 do not tower over, serve to improve the portability of the container, so that too large loads can be worn for example by two operators.
  • In known manner, the container body 14 a circumferential bead 32 on, and several corner beads 34 and 36 that serve the stiffening.
  • The container body 14 is formed in a conventional winding construction and therefore has rounded corners. He also has a lower corner profile 40 on, the container bottom, not shown, and the container side walls 42 collectively and connects together.
  • According to the invention, the transport container 10 with a stacking frame 50 provided below the corner profile 40 and the container bottom extends and is securely attached to these two. He is basically intrinsically stiff, but by the flat attachment he can be kept comparatively flat. For example, its height may only be about 10% of the container height, it being understood that this value is container size dependent.
  • The stacking frame according to the invention 50 has stacking elements, two of which stack elements 52 and 54 out 1 can be seen. Between the stack elements 52 and 54 extends the longitudinal side of the container following a hollow profile 56 that has connections with the stacking elements 52 and 54 securely connected.
  • The stacking element 52 takes a caster 58 on. The storage takes place in a special way, namely on an inclined surface 60 , The axis 62 the roller 58 is the slanted surface 60 stored immediately adjacent. Accordingly, the projection size of the roller 58 opposite the inclined surface 60 as big as possible, which benefits a correspondingly large ground clearance.
  • The stacking element 52 is via connectors on the hollow profile 56 stored in a conventional manner. The hollow profile may be formed comparatively thin, with a wall thickness of, for example, 1.5 mm and yet has a considerable inherent rigidity. For example, it is stiffer than a single profile with a wall thickness of 3 mm.
  • According to the invention, it is favorable if the stacking elements 52 and 54 have inwardly facing recesses for the provision of stackability. This does not affect the ground clearance, so this is maximum. They match the counter-stack elements 16 attached to the container lid 12 are formed.
  • A further increase in ground clearance is possible when replacing the straight through axles 62 cranked axes are used, which are mounted against rotation in the stack elements. This allows a further increase in ground clearance by, for example, 2 mm.
  • Between the stacking element 54 and the stacking element, not shown, on the same end side of the transport container 10 is a telescopic handle 64 added. The telescopic handle 64 is slidably mounted in a conventional manner and completely in the stack frame 50 retractable. The stack elements and hollow sections are formed symmetrical to each other side, so that in this respect the description made here of the stack elements 52 and 54 and the hollow profile 56 also the design of the opposite and not shown stacking elements reproduces.
  • The stacking element 54 is with the storage of the telescopic handle 64 also securely connected via connectors, the further embodiment is apparent from the following figures.
  • From the illustration according to 2 the design of the underside of a transport container according to the invention can be seen. Like reference numerals here as well as in the other figures to the same or corresponding parts.
  • The telescopic handle 64 is in a telescope handle storage 66 supported and in addition to the container bottom 68 in a support camp 70 , In known manner, the telescopic handle in the area of the support bearing 70 on train, so away from the tank bottom 68 , charged, for which appropriate suitable fasteners are realized, such as rivets or an adhesive bond.
  • As an alternative to this attachment to the container bottom, it is also possible, the support bearing on the hollow sections 56 laterally support and thus also to ensure a secure attachment. This solution has the advantage that then the container bottom 68 can be completely rietenkopffrei.
  • The telescopic handle 64 is in a known manner telescopically extendable twice. The telescopic handle bearing 66 is laterally supported on the stack elements 54 , In addition, quite short hollow profiles 72 provided, of which a hollow profile 72 in 2 is apparent.
  • The embodiment of the two stack elements 52 that the rollers 58 record is out 2 but better yet 4 and will be described with reference to this figure. But it's already over 2 it can be seen that in the illustrated embodiment, a secondary roller 74 is provided, which is outside the container body 14 and the corner profile 40 extends and releasably on the stacking element 52 is stored.
  • Out 3 can be seen in what way the stackability of the transport container 10 is provided. The counter-stack elements 16 have in the illustrated embodiment circular segment-shaped projections 80 on. The wells 82 in the stack elements 52 and 54 are designed so that they have the projections 80 can completely absorb. In addition, they are designed so that they can also accommodate circular projections. Both negative forms overlap, leaving for the deepening 82 which are out 5 apparent embodiment results.
  • The shapes of the counter-stack elements 16 on the one hand and the staples 52 and 54 On the other hand, each is congruent to each other, so that the same shape, so that a conversion at an angle of 180 ° when stacking readily possible.
  • Out 4 it can be seen that the rollers 58 on a caster axle 86 near both the beveled surface 60 as well as the bottom 88 each stack element 52 is stored. This results in the greatest possible ground clearance of the four-wheeled transport container.
  • The stacking element 16 At least partially overlaps the corner profile 40 and rests flat on the tank bottom 68 from. For this purpose, a projecting to the container center flange 90 provided, if necessary, via additional fastening means on the container bottom 68 is attached. Preferably, however, the main attachment takes place via the positive connection between the corner profile 40 and the stacking element 52 ,
  • The secondary role 74 is via a not shown thru axle on the stack element 52 stored. This thru-axle locks on the stacking element 52 one. By pressing a release button 92 the catch is released and the thru axle can be together with the secondary role 74 from the plug-axle receptacle of the stacking element 52 remove.
  • Out 4 is also erischtlich that the stacking element 52 via a latching tongue 94 with the hollow profile 56 for forming the stack frame 50 connected is. Corresponding connections always result between the profiles and the adjacent stack elements.
  • Out 5 It can be seen that a corresponding snap / locking connection also on the hollow profile 72 is realized. Corresponding latching connections, which are preferably under prestress, serve for the secure stiffening of the stacking frame 50 ,
  • How out 6 it can be seen, are the stacking element 54 and the telescope storage 66 additionally via stacking elements and positive locking elements 96 connected to each other.
  • Even if here is a realization of a telescopic handle 64 is described as preferred, it is understood that in large transport containers this can also be dispensable. According to the invention is then on the support frame 50 or at the appropriate end side of the container body 14 or this adjacent to the side wall 42 at least one carrying handle according to the carrying handle 30 provided close to the ground. This allows the transport container according to the invention 10 raise and move, if necessary, after lifting the handle 30 according to 1 ,
  • A corresponding additional carrying handle, which is preferably also designed as a pivoting handle, may also preferably be provided on both sides in order to enable both the right-handed and the left-handed operation of the transport container according to the invention.

Claims (36)

  1. Transport container with a container body ( 14 ) and a pivotally mounted on this container lid ( 12 ), with a plurality of rollers ( 58 ) on the container body ( 14 ) and one of the rollers ( 58 ) spaced handle, depending on the container lid ( 12 ) opposite side of the container body ( 14 ), characterized in that on the cuboid container body ( 14 ) mounted a frame or in the cuboid container body ( 14 ), which container body ( 14 ) free of recordings or recesses ( 82 ) for casters ( 58 ) and which frame at least three guides ( 52 . 54 ) and that the rollers ( 58 ) are mounted in or on the frame, and that the handle is integrated into the frame.
  2. Transport container according to claim 1, characterized in that the handle on the container body ( 14 ) is mounted as a pivoting handle and container floor close.
  3. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that two handles both Stirnseitenecken the container body ( 14 ) are adjacent.
  4. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the handle as a telescopic handle ( 64 ) is trained.
  5. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the frame is a stacking frame ( 50 ).
  6. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the guides ( 52 . 54 ) for guiding the stacking of the transport containers ( 10 ) as stack guides ( 52 . 54 ) serve.
  7. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that each roller ( 58 ) a stacking element ( 52 . 54 ) is adjacent.
  8. Transport container according to claim 7, characterized in that the guides ( 52 . 54 ) are designed as stacking elements.
  9. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the frame has two guides ( 52 . 54 ) at an end face of the container, each of which has an axis ( 62 ) for a roller ( 58 ), or the two together have a common axis ( 62 ) for the rollers ( 58 ) wear.
  10. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that as rollers ( 58 ) Primary rollers are provided whose axis ( 62 ) at the guides ( 52 . 54 ) is supported on both sides.
  11. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the guides ( 52 . 54 ) Wells ( 82 ), which are suitable for the positive reception of counterstack elements ( 16 . 18 ) on container lids ( 12 ) are designed to match these.
  12. Transport container according to claim 10, characterized in that primary rollers on the two guides ( 52 . 54 ) are mounted offset inwardly towards the latter towards the center of the container.
  13. Transport container according to one of claims 10 to 12, characterized in that a stacking element a receptacle for a secondary roller ( 74 ), whose diameter is greater than that of the primary roller and which is mounted detachably via a secondary axis on the stack element.
  14. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the secondary roller ( 74 ) is detachably mounted on a secondary axis outside the recess.
  15. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the secondary roller ( 74 ) detachable via a secondary axis outside the stacking frame ( 50 ) is stored.
  16. Transport container according to one of claims 10 to 15, characterized in that the primary roller over more than 30% of its diameter relative to the stack element otherwise protrudes downwards.
  17. Transport container according to one of claims 10 to 16, characterized in that the primary roller over 38% to 42% of its diameter relative to the stack element otherwise protrudes downwards.
  18. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the roller ( 58 ) carrying stack element an inclined surface ( 60 ), the normal of which extends at an angle of approximately 45 ° to the surface normals of the adjacent container surface of the substantially parallelepiped container, and in that the roller ( 58 ) also opposite this inclined surface ( 60 ) protrudes by more than 45% of its diameter.
  19. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the roller ( 58 ) opposite this inclined surface ( 60 ) projects between 38% and 42% of its diameter.
  20. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the transport container ( 10 ) is cuboid and the stack frame ( 50 ) over at least three sides over the underside ( 88 ) of the container, two of the sides being the longitudinal sides.
  21. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the frame is flush with the container body ( 14 ), and the handle and its handle bearing ( 66 ) in the retracted state of the handle completely absorbs.
  22. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the frame is flush with the container body ( 14 ) extends with its lower connection profile.
  23. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the frame has profiles extending between the guides ( 52 . 54 ).
  24. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the frame hollow profiles ( 56 . 72 ) made of light metal extending between the guides ( 52 . 54 ).
  25. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the frame consists of guides ( 52 . 54 ) and hollow profiles ( 56 . 72 ) is formed, which are interconnected via connectors.
  26. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the frame consists of guides ( 52 . 54 ) and hollow profiles ( 56 . 72 ) is formed, which are connected to each other via snap-in connectors.
  27. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that also the guides adjacent to the handle ( 52 . 54 ) Wells ( 82 ) for receiving counterstack elements ( 16 . 18 ) on the container lid ( 12 ) of the transport container to be stacked thereunder ( 10 ), and that the depressions ( 82 ) with the depressions ( 82 ) in the guides ( 52 . 54 ) of the rollers ( 58 ) are congruent.
  28. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the handle has a support element which is spaced from the frame at the bottom of the transport container ( 10 ) And that the handle in a conventional manner is extendable.
  29. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the interior of the container body ( 14 ) - apart from heads of fasteners for the frame - is free of casters and handle-related units and is insofar cuboid and that the transport container ( 10 ) with closed container lid ( 12 ) tight to IP 61 or IP 65 or even IP 67 with rounded corners.
  30. Transport container according to one of claims 10 to 29, characterized in that the frame including the rollers ( 58 ), - as far as the primary rolls are concerned, the outer dimensions of the transport container ( 10 ) in the horizontal direction at any point increased.
  31. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that profiles of the frame made of the same light metal as the container body ( 14 ) and the container lid ( 12 ) and that the guides ( 52 . 54 ) made of the same material as the counter-stack elements ( 16 . 18 ) on the container lid ( 12 ) are made of impact resistant plastic.
  32. Transport container according to one of claims 13 to 26, characterized in that the secondary roller can be inserted together with its associated thru-axle into a Sekundärrollenausnehmung of the associated stack element from the outside and is attached to the container as an additional kit.
  33. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the guides ( 52 . 54 ) are formed by contact surfaces on the frame, which has a profile.
  34. Transport container according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the guides ( 52 . 54 ) are formed by contact surfaces on the frame, which has an extruded profile.
  35. Transport container according to one of claims 10 to 34, characterized in that the primary rollers ( 58 ) have a ground clearance of more than 23 mm, and the secondary rollers ( 74 ) a ground clearance of at least 40 mm.
  36. Retrofit kit for forming a transport container, characterized by a stacking frame ( 50 ), in which a telescopic handle ( 64 ) and with stacking guides ( 52 . 54 ) with primary rollers ( 58 ), which retrofit set at the bottom ( 88 ) of the container body ( 14 ) is attachable.
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