DE102014222052A1 - Heel unit for a board binding with a brake assembly - Google Patents

Heel unit for a board binding with a brake assembly

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DE102014222052A1
DE102014222052A1 DE102014222052.1A DE102014222052A DE102014222052A1 DE 102014222052 A1 DE102014222052 A1 DE 102014222052A1 DE 102014222052 A DE102014222052 A DE 102014222052A DE 102014222052 A1 DE102014222052 A1 DE 102014222052A1
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Anmelder Gleich
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Fritz Barthel
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63CSKATES; SKIS; ROLLER SKATES; DESIGN OR LAYOUT OF COURTS, RINKS OR THE LIKE
    • A63C9/00Ski bindings
    • A63C9/08Ski bindings yieldable or self-releasing in the event of an accident, i.e. safety bindings
    • A63C9/084Ski bindings yieldable or self-releasing in the event of an accident, i.e. safety bindings with heel hold-downs, e.g. swingable
    • A63C9/0844Ski bindings yieldable or self-releasing in the event of an accident, i.e. safety bindings with heel hold-downs, e.g. swingable the body pivoting about a transverse axis
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63CSKATES; SKIS; ROLLER SKATES; DESIGN OR LAYOUT OF COURTS, RINKS OR THE LIKE
    • A63C7/00Devices preventing skis from slipping back; Ski-stoppers or ski-brakes
    • A63C7/10Hinged stoppage blades attachable to the skis in such manner that these blades can be moved out of the operative position
    • A63C7/1006Ski-stoppers
    • A63C7/1046Ski-stoppers actuated by the ski-binding
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63CSKATES; SKIS; ROLLER SKATES; DESIGN OR LAYOUT OF COURTS, RINKS OR THE LIKE
    • A63C9/00Ski bindings
    • A63C9/08Ski bindings yieldable or self-releasing in the event of an accident, i.e. safety bindings
    • A63C9/0807Ski bindings yieldable or self-releasing in the event of an accident, i.e. safety bindings for both towing and downhill skiing
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63CSKATES; SKIS; ROLLER SKATES; DESIGN OR LAYOUT OF COURTS, RINKS OR THE LIKE
    • A63C9/00Ski bindings
    • A63C9/08Ski bindings yieldable or self-releasing in the event of an accident, i.e. safety bindings
    • A63C9/085Ski bindings yieldable or self-releasing in the event of an accident, i.e. safety bindings with sole hold-downs, e.g. swingable
    • A63C9/08507Ski bindings yieldable or self-releasing in the event of an accident, i.e. safety bindings with sole hold-downs, e.g. swingable with a plurality of mobile jaws
    • A63C9/08521Ski bindings yieldable or self-releasing in the event of an accident, i.e. safety bindings with sole hold-downs, e.g. swingable with a plurality of mobile jaws pivoting about a vertical axis, e.g. side release
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63CSKATES; SKIS; ROLLER SKATES; DESIGN OR LAYOUT OF COURTS, RINKS OR THE LIKE
    • A63C9/00Ski bindings
    • A63C9/08Ski bindings yieldable or self-releasing in the event of an accident, i.e. safety bindings
    • A63C9/086Ski bindings yieldable or self-releasing in the event of an accident, i.e. safety bindings using parts which are fixed on the shoe of the user and are releasable from the ski binding

Abstract

The present invention relates to a heel unit 10 for a gliding board binding, comprising: a base body 12 for attachment to a gliding board 14, a binding body 16 which is pivotally mounted about a transversely to a sliding longitudinal axis L extending transverse axis, so that it is between an engagement position for holding a heel portion 22 of a shoe 24 and a release position for releasing the heel portion 22 of the shoe 24 is adjustable, a brake assembly 28 with a brake member 30 which is movable between a braking position for deceleration of an associated sliding board 14 and a driving position without deceleration of the sliding board 14, and a Bremsarretierelement 34, which is adjustable by a user between a locking position in which the Bremsarretierelement 34 locks the brake assembly in the driving position, and a dearretierstellung in which the brake assembly is released for adjustment in the braking position.

Description

  • The present invention relates to a heel unit for a Gleitbrettbindung comprising a base body for attachment to a gliding board, a binding body which is pivotally mounted about a transversely extending to a Gleitbrettlängsachse transverse axis, so that it between an engagement position for holding a heel portion of a shoe and a release position for Release of the heel portion of the shoe is adjustable, and a brake assembly with a brake element which is movable between a braking position for deceleration of an associated sliding board and a driving position without deceleration of the sliding board. Furthermore, the present invention relates to a sliding board binding, which has a heel unit of the aforementioned type.
  • Heel units of the type described above have long been known, for example, as part of conventional alpine downhill bindings. They embrace in the engaged position a projection on the heel of the ski boot. To open the binding, the heel unit can be tilted backwards to release the shoe upwards. An example of such a heel unit is in EP 2 695 647 A1 disclosed.
  • The from the EP 2 695 647 A1 Known heel unit comprises a brake assembly, which is locked or dearretiert depending on the position of the binding body. For this purpose, a fixed projection is provided on the binding body, which in the forward tilted engagement position of the binding body the locking device dearretiert so that it is ready to brake. To adjust the binding in a tour position, in which a front portion of the shoe is pivotally mounted on a front unit of the binding and the heel portion of the shoe can lift up, the heel unit is first to tilt backwards, that is to adjust in the open position, and then the brake pedal must be depressed to push the brake assembly behind a locking projection and to lock the brake in the driving position. This has the disadvantage that two non-intuitive operations are necessary to adjust the binding in the tour position: On the one hand, tilting in the opening direction, which gives the user the feeling that the binding is open for getting in and out, but not is ready for use, and on the other hand, the depression of the brake pedal, which could possibly be forgotten. In addition, the provision of an additional climbing aid is essential in the known binding, since the tilted rear heel unit can no longer support the shoe.
  • Against this background, it is an object of the present invention to provide a heel unit for a Gleitbrettbindung and a Gleitbrettbindung, with which a simplified and intuitive adjustment is made possible in a tour position and which have a simple structure.
  • According to a first aspect of the present invention, the above object is achieved by a heel unit for a sliding board binding comprising: a base body for attachment to a gliding board, a binding body which is pivotally mounted about a transversely extending to a sliding board longitudinal axis transverse axis so that it is between a Engagement position for holding a heel portion of a shoe and a release position for releasing the heel portion of the shoe is adjustable, a brake assembly with a brake element which is movable between a braking position for braking an associated sliding board and a driving position without deceleration of the sliding board, and a Bremsarretierelement which is movable is attached to the binding body so that it is adjustable by a user between a locking position, in which the Bremsarretierelement locks the brake assembly in the driving position, and a dearretierstellung, in which the brake assembly is released for adjustment in the braking position.
  • According to an important feature of the invention, a Bremsarretierelement is provided, which is movably mounted on the binding body. The movable mounting on the binding body allows the adjustment between locking position and Dearretierstellung regardless of a pivoting movement of the binding body itself. This means that the binding body can be used in the forward pivoted engagement position both in a touring position in which the Bremsarretierelement is moved to the locked position and locks the brake assembly in the driving position, as well as can be used in a downhill position in which the Bremsarretierelement is moved to the Dearretierstellung and releases the brake assembly for adjustment in the braking position. The user can thus decide by the manual adjustment of the Bremsarretierelements whether the brake is locked or is deprived, and whether, accordingly, the heel unit to be used in the tour position or in the downhill position. This usage is simple and intuitive.
  • In addition, the heel unit according to the invention allows a functional design in the way that the tilted backward release position of the binding body is actually reserved only for the function of getting in and out, while the forward tilted engagement position only for the conditions of use of the binding is provided, namely for the downhill or for the tour position, depending on the position of the Bremsarretierelements. In this way, incorrect operation of the heel unit is largely avoided.
  • The binding body can advantageously be designed such that it forms on its side facing away from the sliding board a shoe support portion on which the sliding board shoe can be supported from above when the binding body is pivoted into the engaged position. In the tour position, in which a front portion of the shoe is pivotally mounted on a front unit, thus, the binding body can also serve as a climbing aid. Alternatively or additionally, the Bremsarretierelement can form a shoe support portion on which a heel portion of the shoe can be supported in a tour position of the heel unit. In other words, the Bremsarretierelement having a shoe support portion, which, when the Bremsarretierelement is adjusted in the locked position, facing upward.
  • In a preferred embodiment of the invention it is provided that the Bremsarretierelement on a side facing away from the binding body has a first locking portion which abuts in the locking position on a second locking portion which is formed on the brake assembly, wherein the second locking portion at a transition of the brake assembly moved from the driving position to the braking position in a direction away from the sliding board. Such locking by striking the first locking portion on the second locking portion can mechanically realize the locking device according to the invention in a particularly simple manner. Since parts of the brake assembly are advantageously arranged below the heel portion of the shoe and move upwards in the transition from the driving position to the braking position, this portion of the brake assembly can be advantageously exploited for locking by the Bremsarretierelement.
  • If the brake locking element is held pivotably on the binding body, advantageously the direction of movement of the second locking section away from the sliding board can at least in a movement-wise manner extend to a pivot axis of the brake locking element. As a result, the movement of the second locking portion (usually spring-biased toward the braking position) exerts no torque on the Bremsarretierelement, so that the Bremsarretierelement remains in the locked position.
  • The above-described second locking portion may advantageously be formed on a known per se pedal assembly of the brake assembly, wherein the pedal assembly comprises a pedal for the heel portion of the shoe, and wherein the pedal assembly is formed such that depression of the pedal in a direction towards the sliding board out Movement of the brake assembly causes from the braking position to the driving position. Such a pedal assembly has the advantage that a held on the heel unit shoe depresses the pedal and thus holds the brake assembly in the driving position, in the event of a fall trigger the heel unit and a detachment of the shoe, the pedal is released and adjust the brake assembly in the braking position can to prevent accidental sliding away of the sliding board down the valley. Thus, in the embodiment described above, the pedal assembly may have a dual function of preventing loss of the sliding board on the one hand and providing the second locking portion on the other hand.
  • Advantageously, the brake assembly is biased by a spring means in the braking position, wherein the locking element is held in the locked position by the tension of the spring means in this position. In this way, the Bremsarretierelement is reliably held in the locked position.
  • Another spring means may be provided to bias the brake locking member into the dearlock position. This may be advantageous if the Bremsarretierelement is released from engagement with the brake assembly, so is dearretiert. Then, the additional spring means ensures a defined dearretierposition of Bremsarretierelements and prevents accidental locking of the brake.
  • In a technically particularly simple variant of the present invention, the Bremsarretierelement may be a hinged to the binding body lever. Such a lever is easy and intuitive for the user between the two positions, locking position and Dearretierstellung adjustable. In question advantageously comes to a pivotable about an axis transverse to Gleitbrettlängsachse axis lever so that the lever can be folded to save space forward or backward. In particular, it is contemplated that the lever in the locking position obliquely in the forward direction and the sliding board has and is pivoted away in the Dearretierstellung in the reverse direction. In the locked position, the lever can thus advantageously be directed against an upward movement of the second locking portion (for example the pedal assembly) and block it, while it is pivoted away in the Dearretierstellung in the reverse direction from the range of movement of the second locking portion or the shoe.
  • In a further preferred embodiment of the invention it is provided that in the release position of the binding body, the Bremsarretierelement is adjustable by the user between an inactive and an active position, wherein when the Bremsarretierelement is set in the active position and the brake assembly placed in the braking position is an adjustment of the binding body in the engaged position causes an adjustment of the brake assembly from the braking position to the driving position and a locking of the brake assembly in the driving position. In this way, the adjusting movement for adjusting the brake assembly in the driving position in a common movement together with the adjustment of the binding body from the release position to the engaged position. This operating step is then identical for the adjustment in the downhill position as well as for the adjustment in the tour position, so that the user only by the upstream step of the adjustment of the Bremsarretierelements in the active position or in the inactive position determines whether the heel unit at the end in the tour position or in the downhill position should be. This upstream movement can be smooth or against a lower spring force than the adjustment of the binding body and coupled thereto adjustment of the brake assembly.
  • In a heel unit of the variant described above, preferably a brake arrangement locked by the brake locking element can be released by adjusting the binding body from the engagement position to the release position. Thus, the brake assembly is switched ready for braking as soon as the user switches the binding body in the release position, so that the risk that the user forgets the Dearretierung the brake when getting out of the binding is minimized.
  • As already mentioned above, an upper side of the binding body in the engaged position can provide a shoe support section and thus a climbing aid for the touring mode. Regardless, the heel unit of the present invention may alternatively or additionally comprise a separate climbing aid which is adjustable to an active position in which it supports a heel portion of a shoe at a predetermined height above a sliding board plane. In particular, the predetermined height may be greater than the height of the top of the binding body in the engaged position, so that an additional climbing aid for walking in the steeper terrain is provided.
  • Since, according to the present invention, the heel unit can be used in a touring position when the binding body is adjusted to the engaged position, in contrast to the prior art, for example EP 2 695 647 A1 , A climbing aid are attached directly to the binding body, without the risk that a force applied to the climbing aid shoe causes an adjustment of the binding body by tilting in the forward direction. The climbing aid can thus be made mechanically simple and compact.
  • According to a second aspect of the present invention, the above-mentioned object of the invention is achieved by a gliding board binding comprising a heel unit of the above-described type of the first aspect of the invention and a front unit comprising a toe holder assembly adapted for a shoe or a shoe for receiving a shoe equipped shoe holder to pivot about an axis extending transversely to Gleitbrettlängsachse axis. A gliding board binding of this type achieves the effects and advantages described above in relation to the first aspect and is particularly adapted for use in downhill and touring positions.
  • In a preferred embodiment of the invention of the second aspect, it is provided that the front unit further comprises a downhill holding arrangement adapted to hold a shoe in the front shoe portion, the downhill holding arrangement being formed separately from the touring holding arrangement, such that a shoe held by the downhill holding arrangement is not effectively held by the touring support assembly and a shoe held by the touring support assembly is not effectively held by the downhill suspension assembly. The provision of a separate departure holding arrangement as well as a separate tour holding arrangement enables superior binding performance in downhill or touring mode through the use of specialized binding systems, in particular using holding means specialized and proven for the respective functions (downhill mode or touring mode). A front unit of this kind is for example from the EP 2 626 116 known.
  • The invention will be explained in more detail below with reference to a preferred embodiment with reference to the accompanying drawings. Show it:
  • 1 FIG. 3: a side view of a heel unit of the exemplary embodiment of the invention in a release position, FIG.
  • 2 FIG. 2: a side view of the heel unit of the embodiment in a downhill position, FIG.
  • 3 a side view of the heel unit of the embodiment in a transition position between the release position and tour position,
  • 4 a side view of the heel unit of the embodiment in a tour position, and
  • 5 FIG. 4 is a perspective view of a front unit of a gliding board binding according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG.
  • A heel unit according to the embodiment of the present invention is shown in FIGS 1 to 4 generally with 10 denotes and comprises a base 12 with a fastening arrangement, not shown, for fastening the base 12 on a sliding board, for example on a ski. In particular, the attachment arrangement may be an array of holes over which the base 12 by means of screws on the sliding board 14 can be mounted. The base 12 and in particular the mounting arrangement thus defines a sliding board plane E, a sliding board longitudinal axis L, a vertical axis V and a lateral direction transverse to the sliding board longitudinal axis L. Position and direction indications such as "up", "down", "forward direction", "backward direction", "lateral Direction "and the like refer to one on the sliding board 14 Confronted heel unit 10 in a state in which the sliding board 14 resting on a horizontal surface.
  • The heel unit 10 further comprises a binding body 16 , which on a pivot axis 18 is pivotally mounted. The pivot axis 18 is preferably in the lateral direction, that is orthogonal to the Gleitbrettlängsachse L and the vertical axis V. The pivot axis 18 can with the base 12 be firmly connected or on a sledge 20 be appropriate in relation to the base 12 is mobile. In particular, here is a movable in Gleitbrettlängsrichtung L carriage 20 thought of an adjustment of the heel unit 10 for adaptation to a shoe size and / or a dynamic yielding of the binding body 16 allowed in the reverse direction against the force of a pressure spring.
  • As in the 1 and 2 can be seen, the binding body can be 16 by the pivoting movement about the axis 18 adjust in a known manner between a release position ( 1 ), in which a heel section 22 a shoe 24 out of engagement with the binding body 16 is released, and an engaged position ( 2 ), in which the heel section 22 from a retaining projection 26 of the binding body 16 is overstretched and held down, so the shoe 24 firmly on the sliding board 14 is held. Accordingly, the binding body 16 pivoted in the engaged position so forward or tilted that the retaining projection 26 is lowered relative to the release position. Release position and engagement position are preferably each stable positions, which are biased by a spring, wherein the transition between the release position and engagement position, a dead center position is overcome. For adjustment of the binding body 16 between the release position and engaged position, a handle portion 27 be operated by the user's hand, a shoe or ski pole.
  • Furthermore, the heel unit comprises 10 a brake assembly 28 with a brake element 30 which is in the release position ( 1 ) below the gliding board 14 is lowered, so that it engages braking in the ground, while it is in the engaged position ( 2 ) above the tread of the sliding board 14 is raised so that it does not get in contact with the ground and the sliding board is ready for a downhill run. Motion coupled with the brake element 30 is a pedal assembly with a pedal 32 which is movable at the base 12 or another component fixed to the sliding board, in such a way that it lifts up when the braking element 30 lowers, or lowers, when the brake element 30 raising. The pedal assembly is biased by a brake spring (not shown) in the upward direction, so that the brake element 30 biased towards the ground and thus the brake assembly 28 is biased in a braking position.
  • In a conventional manner holds a in the downhill position by the binding body 16 held on shoe 24 the pedal 32 the brake assembly 28 in the lowered position, whereby the brake assembly 28 is fixed in the driving position. Once the shoe 24 be it when getting off the heel unit 10 after opening the binding body 16 or due to a fall release of the heel unit 10 , from engagement with the binding body 16 is released, the pedal lifts 32 by the force of the brake spring and the brake assembly 28 is automatically adjusted to the braking position to prevent inadvertent Davongleiten the sliding board.
  • The binding principle described above is basically known for alpine downhill bindings.
  • According to the invention, the heel unit of the illustrated embodiment comprises a brake locking element 34 on to the brake assembly 28 even in the driving position to lock when the heel section 22 of the shoe 24 not engaged with the binding body 16 located. In the illustrated embodiment, the Bremsarretierelement 34 designed by a lever, which is about an axis 36 pivotable on the binding body 16 is stored. The axis 36 preferably runs in the transverse direction, that is orthogonal to the Gleitbrettlängsachse L and to the vertical axis V. In particular, the axis 36 the Bremsarretierelements 34 in an upper, front portion of the binding body 16 be arranged.
  • If the binding is to be used in a downhill mode, then the Bremsarretierelement 34 pivoted back to an inactive position ( 1 and 2 ), so that it is the well-known function of the brake assembly 28 unaffected. To the heel unit 10 However, to adjust in a tour position, the Bremsarretierelement 34 around the axis 36 be pivoted forward until one of the axle 36 remote first locking section 38 the Bremsarretierelements 34 a second locking portion 40 the brake assembly 28 contacted. In the illustrated embodiment, the second locking portion 40 formed on the pedal assembly and can in particular on a strut 42 be configured, which on the one hand pivotally to the base 12 and on the other hand pivotable on the pedal 32 is stored, Alternatively, the second locking portion 40 on the pedal 32 be educated yourself.
  • Preferably, the shape of the first locking portion 38 and the second locking portion 40 adapted to each other, that a certain positive engagement is possible, which allows a stable contact, so that the locking sections 38 . 40 even when exposed to stress forces and during the adjusting movement to be described yet do not slip off each other. For example, the first locking portion 38 have a groove or a notch into which the strut 42 or the pedal 32 intervenes.
  • As in 3 compared to 1 can also be seen, the length of the Bremsarretierelements 34 be sized so that the pedal 32 for the preparation of the engagement between Bremsarretierelement 34 and brake assembly 28 is to be adjusted a little way against the force of the brake spring in the direction of driving position. This can be done manually by the user. An advantage of this solution is that the engagement between the first locking portion 38 and second locking portion 40 is already stabilized in an early phase of the adjustment of release position to tour position, namely by the force of the brake assembly 28 preloading brake spring.
  • 3 further shows that a through the brake spring of the brake assembly 28 preloaded movement of the pedal assembly and in particular a movement of the second locking portion 40 approximately in a direction to the pivot axis 36 the Bremsarretierelements 34 goes. The tension of the brake spring is thus in the axis of rotation 36 initiated and the engagement between the locking portions 38 . 40 remains stable.
  • In the subsequent pivotal movement of the binding body 16 in the forward direction, that is in the sense of lowering the retaining projection 26 , finally pushes the Bremsarretierelement 34 over the first locking portion 38 and the second locking portion 40 the pedal assembly continues to the sliding board 14 causing the brake assembly 28 is forced into the driving position ( 4 ). The binding body 16 is then in relation to its rotation about the axis 18 in the same position as in the downhill position; However, unlike the downhill position is now the brake assembly 28 through the brake locking element 34 locked in the driving position. The heel unit 10 can then be used for a touring mode, that is, the position thus set forms a tour position of the heel unit 10 ( 4 ).
  • In particular, a gliding board binding may include a front unit that is adapted to a front portion (not shown) of the shoe 24 or a shoe 24 supporting plate to pivot about an orthogonal to Gleitbrettlängsachse L extending pivot axis, so that a walking movement is possible. This raises the heel section 22 of the shoe 24 every step of the sliding board 14 and finally sinks back to the sliding board 14 down. The downward movement of the heel section 22 can through a top 44 of the binding body 16 be stopped, which forms in this way a shoe support section. Depending on the configuration of the front unit and associated position of the heel unit 22 Alternatively, with respect to the longitudinal axis L, a shoe support portion may be attached to another portion of the binding body 16 and in particular also on the brake locking element 34 be educated.
  • Furthermore, the provision of a separate climbing aid (not shown) is conceivable, which at the binding body 16 , on the sledge 20 , at the base 12 or directly on the sliding board 14 is mounted and which is movable between an intact position, in which they from the pivoting portion of the heel section 22 is removed, and an active position in which they in the swivel range of the heel section 22 is arranged and the heel section 22 at a predetermined height above the gliding board 14 can support.
  • 4 illustrates the advantage of the variant of the invention chosen here, according to which the heel section 22 in a front upper area of the binding body 16 or on the Bremsarretierelement 34 can settle and also when exerting a compressive force from the shoe 24 in the downward direction due to the weight of the user is not the danger an unintentional adjustment of the binding body 16 consists. In particular, the shoe support portion is preferably arranged with respect to a front unit of the binding such that a load of the shoe support portion from above through the shoe 24 loads the binding body in the direction of the engagement position or holds in the engaged position.
  • With particular advantage, the heel unit 10 of the embodiment of the invention with a front unit 50 interact as they do in 5 is shown. The front unit 50 and their possible variants are in the EP 2 626 116 A1 described in detail, the relevant disclosure to be included in the present description. In particular, the front unit has 50 One Base 52 for attachment to the sliding board 14 , first holding means 54 for holding a front portion of the shoe 24 in a downhill position, as well as second holding means 56 for storing the front portion of the shoe 24 around a transversely extending in the transverse direction Q (orthogonal to Gleitbrettlängsachse L) transverse axis in a tour position. The storage of the shoe 24 in the tour position is done on trunnions 58 , The departure binding is through a recording 60 for the front section of the shoe 24 is formed and in particular with roles 62 equipped, which allow a defined tripping behavior. In this way, the first holding means 54 spatially and functionally separate from the second holding means 56 although both holding means 54 . 56 Part of a common front unit 50 are. That means one of the first holding means 54 Shoe held in a downhill position 24 not effective from the second holding means 56 is held and, conversely, in the tour position of the second holding means 56 held shoe 24 not simultaneously effective from the first holding means 54 is held.
  • In a preferred variant, the first holding means comprise 54 at least one left roll 60l and at least one right-hand role 60r and the second holding means 56 include at least one left journal 58l and a right journal 58r , where the left roll 60l and the left journal 58l on a common left engaging element 62l are attached and the right roll 60r and the right journal 58r together on a right engagement element 62r are attached. Left and right engagement element 62l . 62r are separate from each other on different axes S 1 and S 2 with respect to the base 52 pivotally mounted and are preferably by a clamping device 64 biased towards each other in an engaged position.
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  • Cited patent literature
    • EP 2695647 A1 [0002, 0003, 0018]
    • EP 2626116 [0020]
    • EP 2626116 A1 [0042]

Claims (13)

  1. Heel unit ( 10 ) for a slide board binding, comprising: a base body ( 12 ) for attachment to a sliding board ( 14 ), a binding body ( 16 ) which is pivotably mounted about a transversely to a Gleitbrettlängsachse (L) extending transverse axis, so that it between an engagement position for holding a heel portion ( 22 ) of a shoe ( 24 ) and a release position for releasing the heel section ( 22 ) of the shoe ( 24 ) is adjustable, a brake assembly ( 28 ) with a braking element ( 30 ), which between a braking position to decelerate an associated sliding board ( 14 ) and a driving position without deceleration of the sliding board ( 14 ) is movable, characterized by a Bremsarretierelement ( 34 ) which is movable on the binding body ( 16 ) is mounted so that it is adjustable by a user between a locking position in which the Bremsarretierelement ( 34 ) locks the brake assembly in the driving position, and a dearretierstellung in which the brake assembly is released for adjustment to the braking position.
  2. Heel unit ( 10 ) according to claim 1, characterized in that the Bremsarretierelement ( 34 ) on a binding body ( 16 ) facing away from a first locking portion ( 38 ), which in the locking position at a second locking portion ( 40 ) abuts the brake assembly ( 28 ) is formed, wherein the second locking portion ( 40 ) at a transition of the brake assembly ( 28 ) from the driving position to the braking position in a direction from the sliding board ( 14 ) moved away.
  3. Heel unit ( 10 ) according to claim 2, characterized in that the direction of movement of the second locking portion ( 40 ) away from the sliding board, at least in a movement-wise manner to a pivot axis ( 36 ) extends, on which the Bremsarretierelement ( 34 ) pivotable on the binding body ( 16 ) is held.
  4. Heel unit ( 10 ) according to claim 2 or claim 3, characterized in that the second locking portion ( 40 ) on a pedal assembly of the brake assembly ( 28 ), wherein the pedal assembly is a pedal ( 32 ) for the heel section ( 22 ) of the shoe ( 24 ), and wherein the pedal assembly is formed such that a depression of the pedal ( 32 ) in one direction to the sliding board ( 14 ) a movement of the brake assembly ( 28 ) causes from the braking position to the driving position.
  5. Heel unit ( 10 ) according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the brake arrangement ( 28 ) a spring means for biasing the brake assembly ( 28 ) in the braking position, wherein the Bremsarretierelement ( 34 ) is held in the locked position by the tension of the spring means in this position.
  6. Heel unit ( 10 ) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the Bremsarretierelement ( 34 ) is biased by a spring means in the Dearretierstellung.
  7. Heel unit ( 10 ) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the Bremsarretierelement ( 34 ) on the binding body ( 16 ) hinged lever, preferably about a transversely to the sliding board longitudinal axis extending lever is pivotable lever.
  8. Heel unit ( 10 ) according to claim 7, characterized in that the lever in the locking position obliquely in the forward direction and the sliding board ( 14 ) and pivoted away in the Dearretierstellung in the reverse direction.
  9. Heel unit ( 10 ) according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that in the release position of the binding body ( 16 ) the brake locking element ( 34 ) is adjustable by the user between an inactive and an active position, wherein when the Bremsarretierelement ( 34 ) is set in the active position and the brake assembly ( 28 ) is placed in the braking position, an adjustment of the binding body ( 16 ) in the engaged position an adjustment of the brake assembly ( 28 ) of the braking position in the driving position and a locking of the brake assembly ( 28 ) in the driving position causes.
  10. Heel unit ( 10 ) according to claim 9, characterized in that a through the Bremsarretierelement ( 34 ) locked brake assembly ( 28 ) by adjustment of the binding body ( 16 ) is released from the engaged position to the release position.
  11. Heel unit according to one of the preceding claims, further characterized by a separate from the Bremsarretierelement climbing aid which is adjustable in an active position in which it supports a heel portion of a shoe at a predetermined height above a Gleitbrettebene.
  12. Gliding board binding comprising a heel unit ( 10 ) according to one of the preceding claims and a front unit ( 50 ) with a tour holding arrangement ( 56 ), which is adapted to a shoe ( 24 ) or a shoe mount equipped for receiving a shoe around a transverse to Gleitboardlängsachse extending axis (Q) pivotally hold.
  13. Gliding board binding according to claim 12, characterized in that the front unit ( 50 ) a departure holding arrangement ( 54 ), which is adapted to a shoe ( 24 ) in the front shoe section, the downhill suspension arrangement ( 54 ) separately from the tour holding arrangement ( 56 ) is formed so that one of the departure holding arrangement ( 54 ) held shoe is not effective from the tour holding arrangement ( 56 ) and one of the tour holding arrangement ( 56 ) held by the downhill holding arrangement ( 54 ) is held.
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