DK2985395T3 - Outer frame element, set of parts, a wall structure and method of mounting the wall structure. - Google Patents

Outer frame element, set of parts, a wall structure and method of mounting the wall structure. Download PDF

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DK2985395T3
DK2985395T3 DK14181047.3T DK14181047T DK2985395T3 DK 2985395 T3 DK2985395 T3 DK 2985395T3 DK 14181047 T DK14181047 T DK 14181047T DK 2985395 T3 DK2985395 T3 DK 2985395T3
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DESCRIPTION

Field [0001] The present invention relates in a first aspect to a set of parts comprising a fireshielding U-shaped outer frame element, in a second aspect to a wall construction comprising such set of parts, and in a third aspect to a method for mounting such wall construction.

Background [0002] The need for a good and reliable fire protection system in commercial buildings and office complexes has gained significant importance in recent years. Fire and fire-related hazards can cause heavy loss to life, property and critical data.

[0003] Modern technology permits the use of glass in walls without compromising fire safety standards, since incorporation of fire-rated glass is possible. Fire-rated glass is suitable for use for example in stairwells, computer rooms, evacuation routes in large office buildings, hospitals, shopping centres and other fire sensitive areas. Such glass walls help to prevent flames, smoke and hot gases from spreading.

[0004] When wall elements, such as glass wall elements, are assembled to form a wall construction, including partition walls, folding partitions, panel walls etc., an outer frame is used to support the wall elements, the frame being connected to the adjacent floor, ceiling and/or walls, and sometimes to each other. The outer frame may consist of a variety of materials, most common are aluminum, stainless steel or wood, depending on the desired properties of the frame.

[0005] The document US 8 056 293 B2 discloses a set of parts having all the features of the preamble of claim 1.

[0006] Unfortunately the above prior art frame elements have a number of drawbacks. During a fire these outer frames can act as a thermal bridge allowing heat to quickly spread to the other side of the wall construction potentially starting a fire on the other side of the wall, even when the wall elements are constituted by fire-rated glass. Further, heat from the fire may result in deformation of the frames and the entire wall construction may become unstable with a risk of collapsing.

[0007] Especially when it comes to the joining of the different wall elements to each other, different initiatives have been taken to try to obtain a higher fire-shielding effect. This often results in bulky and un-aesthetic solutions, which are undesirable, particularly in glass wall constructions, which are often chosen for their aesthetical properties. Further these solutions are often very complex and therefore expensive to manufacture and/or difficult to install.

[0008] Thus, it remains a problem to provide a good and reliable fire protection system for wall constructions that has improved fire-shielding properties and which is suitable for use in glass walls.

Summary of the invention [0009] With the first aspect of the invention this object is met by providing a set of parts according to claim 1 and comprising a fire-shielding U-shaped outer frame element adapted for supporting a side of at least one wall element in a wall construction, said outer frame element being elongate and comprising a bottom part and a first side flange and a second side flange extending at an angle to the bottom part, an interior surface of the first side flange being adapted for extending along a first exterior surface of the wall element and an interior surface of the second side flange being adapted for extending along a second exterior surface opposite the first exterior surface of the wall element in a mounted condition of the outer frame element so as to hold the wall element to form said wall construction, wherein the outer frame element comprises a first elongate strip and a plurality of perforations in the bottom part, first side flange and/or second side flange, said first strip comprising a material having thermal shielding properties and being arranged on an interior and/or exterior surface of the first side flange and/or second side flange of the outer frame element so as to shield the wall element from heat from a fire.

[0010] By providing a U-shaped outer frame element comprising a plurality of perforations, the outer frame element has a smaller heat transfer surface than if it was made without perforations, whereby less heat from a fire will be transferred both from one side of the wall to the other, but also from the outer frame element to the wall element itself.

[0011] Further, the plurality of perforations can absorb deformations occurring in the outer frame element during a fire. This is advantageously because the side of the outer frame element facing the fire, also referred to as the hot side, will deform more than the side of the outer frame element being farthest from the fire, also referred to as the cold side. When the outer frame element is able to absorb such deformations, the wall construction is less likely to become unstable and collapse.

[0012] The plurality of perforations may be of any desirable shape such as for example circular, rectangular, trapezoid or parallelogram. The perforations may be elongate in the longitudinal direction of the outer frame element, thereby providing a good balance between the amount of material available for heat transfer and the strength and stiffness of the outer frame element. The plurality of perforations may be arranged in at least two rows extending in a longitudinal direction of the outer frame element, perforations of one row being staggered with respect to adjacent perforations of another row. By placing the perforations of one row staggered with respect to the adjacent rows, and so on for each row, the heat from the fire has a longer route from one side of the outer frame element to the other. Thereby the time period until the heat reaches the other side of the wall is prolonged. Likewise, sound will have a longer route from one side to the other of the outer frame element.

[0013] The outer frame element may be made from a material chosen from the group consisting of aluminum, steel, alloys, composites, carbon fiber and/or glass fiber or made from a combination of such materials, but any material having a high strength and a high melting point may in principle be used. The use of materials having a low thermal conductivity may also be advantageous.

[0014] The dimensions of the outer frame element may vary according to the type of cover profiles and wall elements to be used in the wall construction. Different types of fire-rated glass used in the wall element will work differently, which may be adjusted for in the outer frame elements. The outer frame element may have a length of 0.75 to 1.25 m, preferably 0.90 to 1.10 m, more preferred approximately 1 m. The material thickness will typically be approximately 0,5-5 mm depending on the material used, typically approximately 1 mm when using steel. The height of the first and second side flanges in the direction perpendicular to the longitudinal direction, i.e. in the direction away from the bottom part will typically be approximately 10-50 mm, preferably approximately 15-30 mm. The distance between the side flanges will correspond substantially to the width of the wall elements, typically 5-100 mm and more specifically 16-50 mm.

[0015] The outer frame element may be attached to adjacent walls, ceilings and/or floors by fastening means, such as nails, screws, staples, adhesive, etc.

[0016] One outer frame element may be in contact with two or more wall elements at the same time, covering the gaps between the wall elements. The U-shaped outer frame element may further comprise a second elongate strip comprising a material having thermal shielding properties, the second strip being arranged on an interior and/or exterior surface of the bottom part of the outer frame element so as to shield the wall element from heat from a fire.

[0017] By providing an outer frame element comprising a first elongate strip and/or a second elongate strip, a desirable heat-shielding barrier is obtained, further preventing heat from the fire from spreading from one side of the wall element to the other side, and also from the outer frame element to a side of the wall element. As used herein the terms "prevent/preventing" and "shield/shielding" is intended to refer to the effect of acting as a barrier that postpones the heat from transferring from one side to another or from one element to another.

[0018] The delay in the spreading of heat/fire will depend on the material of the strips. The first and/or second elongate strip are made from a material having thermal shielding properties, such as magnesium silicate, and/or intumescent properties, such as ammonium phosphate, including mixtures thereof. The first and/or second strip may comprise additional materials such as adhesives for attaching the strip to the outer frame element or interconnecting different layers of material.

[0019] As used herein the term "intumescent" is intended to refer to the effect of swelling up when heated, thus protecting the material underneath or sealing a gap in the event of a fire.

[0020] By providing a second strip having intumescent properties on the interior and/or exterior surface of the bottom part, any gap between the outer frame element and an adjacent floor, wall or ceiling and/or between the outer frame element and the wall element(s) will be sealed during a fire. This will shield the outer frame element and help in preventing heat from the fire from reaching from one side of the wall construction to the other side.

[0021] Thermal shielding properties of the first and/or second strip may arise from a cooling effect caused primarily by the materials emission of water vapour during high temperatures.

[0022] The type of material chosen for the first and/or second strip and the position of the strip(s) will also depend on the type of material used in the wall element, since for example some types of glass may have a build-in intumescent effect in the glass edge.

[0023] The first and/or second strip may be attached to the outer frame element by means of mechanical means, such as screws, nails, staples or the like, and/or a high-temperature adhesive. By using a high-temperature resistant adhesive, the adhesive may also function as a heat-shield thereby improving the total heat-shielding properties of the strip. Further, the use of high-temperature resistant adhesive and/or mechanical means will ensure that the strip stays attached to the outer frame element during a fire.

[0024] The first strip may extend over substantially the entire interior and/or exterior surface of the first side flange and/or the second side flange of the outer frame element. By providing a strip that covers an entire surface of a side element, the heat-shielding properties of the entire outer frame element is improved.

[0025] By positioning the outer frame element comprising the first and/or second strip at desired positions, extra protections can be provided at specific areas where this protection is desired, such as corners, openings and/or wall transitions. A similar effect may also be achieved by using outer frame element(s) extending substantially along the entire side of a wall element and arranging the first and/or second strip(s) only at positions, where protection is most needed. A finishing element, such as a facing profile or list, may be arranged on the first strip and/or the exterior surface of the side flange. The finishing element may have a variety of different shapes to give the finished wall construction different expressions depending on customer desire. The invention involves a set of parts according to claim 1 having fire-shielding properties for assembly of a first and a second wall element into a wall construction, bringing the set of parts from an inactive supply condition to an active mounted condition, the set of parts comprising: a fire-shielding U-shaped outer frame element as described above, the outer frame element being adapted for supporting a side of the first and/or second wall element, and a fastening means adapted for being arranged between the first and second wall elements, so as to hold the first and second elements together to form said wall construction.

[0026] As used herein the term "inactive condition" refers to the state where the different elements are unassembled. The term "active (mounted) condition" refers to the assembled state of the different elements.

[0027] By providing fastening means for establishing support between the first and second wall elements together with the outer frame element, an even more stable wall construction is obtained, where the fastening means may provide further improved safety with regards to the heat from the fire being transferred from one side of the wall construction to the other side. The fastening means is a material having fire-shielding properties, such as an adhesive or like bonding compound, including silicone, but the fastening means may also comprise a second fire-shielding material, such as a band of magnesium silicate.

[0028] By providing the fastening means with fire-shielding materials, the fire-shielding properties of the fastening means and thereby the set of parts is increased. The fire-shielding fastening means comprises a fastening element comprising: an elongate base part having a first end and a second end, a holding part connected to the first end of the base part, a fixation part connected to the second end of the base part, the fixation part comprising a first fixation arm and a second fixation arm, the base part and the fixation part extending, in the inactive condition, in the same plane, wherein the fastening element is adapted for being arranged in said active mounted condition with the base part positioned between the first and second wall elements, the holding part extending at an angle to the base part and extending along first exterior surfaces of the first and/or second wall elements, the first and second fixation arms extending at an angle to the base part and extending along a second exterior surface of the first and/or second wall element, so as to hold the first and second wall elements together to form said wall construction.

[0029] As used herein the term "extending along" is to be understood as objects being in planes that are substantially parallel and close to each other.

[0030] The base part is to be understood as the part of the fastening element that in the active mounted condition is positioned between the wall elements. An elongate slit in the fixation part may separate the fixation part into the first and the second fixation arms. The slit may continue into the base part and/or extend all the way from the fixation part to the holding part.

[0031] In some embodiments, in the inactive condition, the holding part is U-shaped comprising a head part and two arms, the head part being connected to the first end of the base part and the two arms extending along opposite sides of the base part in a longitudinal direction of the base part.

[0032] In the active mounted condition, the holding part and the base part may extend in respective planes forming a mutual angle of 80° to 100°, preferable 85 to 95°, more preferred approximately 90°, and/or the first fixation arm and the base part may extend in respective planes forming a mutual angle of 80° to 100°, preferable 85° to 95°, more preferred approximately 90°, and/or the second fixation arm and the base part may extend in respective planes forming a mutual angle of 80° to 100°, preferable 85° to 95°, more preferred approximately 90°, and/or the holding part and the first and second fixation arms may extend in parallel planes.

[0033] The fastening element being its inactive condition may for example be made by a process of punching one single work-piece out from a single sheet of plate metal (or like material) and then folding and/or bending the work-piece into the active mounted condition of the fastening element. Hereby, a time-consuming process of assembling several parts to form the fastening element is avoided. It should be noted that it is alternatively possible to for example cast or mould the fastening element in one integral piece to avoid assembly or reshaping of the fastening element.

[0034] A bendable fastening element may be made from any suitable material, with any suitable thickness as long as the material is deformable and maintains the desired strength to hold the wall elements in place. For example the fastening element may substantially be constituted by sheet metal, preferably sheet steel, but other materials having similar cold deformation properties and a high melting point may also be used.

[0035] In order to make the gap between the wall elements as small as possible and to reduce the amount of material, which may lead heat from one side of the wall to the other, the fastening element is preferably of a very slim construction, preferably plate shaped. When using steel the fastening element may be provided with a thickness of 0.3 to 11 mm, preferably 0.5 to 0.9 mm, more preferred 0.7 mm. This can also be a positive quality with regards to sound isolation. The dimensions of the fastening element may also vary according to the type of cover profiles and wall elements used.

[0036] The fastening element may also be provided with pre-tensioned fixation arms being able to snap into place when the fastening element is mounted.

[0037] The holding part of the fastening element may be provided with a rounded head resembling the head of a nail in order to allow a good load distribution on the surface(s) it abuts on. The holding part may, however, also be in the form of one of more flanges, which may possibly be bent in situ in connection with the mounting of the fastening member.

[0038] In the active mounted condition the first fixation arm and the second fixation arm may extend in mutually opposite directions in order to achieve a particularly stable connection and distribute pressure. In the active mounted condition of the fastening element, the first and second fixation arms will usually extend in the same plane.

[0039] In some embodiments the fastening means further comprises: a first and a second cover profile each comprising at least one longitudinal elongate slot, the first cover profile being adapted for extending along the first exterior surfaces of each of the first and second wall elements at the joint between them in a mounted condition, the second cover profile being adapted for extending along the second exterior surfaces opposite the first exterior surfaces of each of the first and second wall elements at the joint between them in a mounted condition, where the first end of the base part extending through the at least one slot of the first cover profile and the second end of the base part extending through the at least one slot of the second cover profile, the holding part extending at an angle to the base part and extending along an exterior surface of the first cover profile, and the first and second fixations arms extending at an angle to the base part and extending along an exterior surface of the second cover profile, so as to hold the first and second cover profiles and first and second wall elements together to form said wall construction.

[0040] By providing the cover profiles between the fastening element(s) and the wall elements a more uniform load distribution will be applied to the wall elements, thereby creating a stable wall construction with improved fire-shielding properties with a minimal use of material.

[0041] When the cover profiles cover a substantial part of the gap between neighbouring wall elements, heat it further prevented from reaching from one side of the wall construction to the other during a fire. This can also be a positive quality with regards to sound isolation.

[0042] The dimensions of the slots of the cover profiles may vary according to the size and shape of the different parts of the fastening element. By providing slots that are wider than the width of the base part of the fastening element, it is possible for the cover profile to absorb deformation of the connection and widening of the fastening element that may occur during a fire.

[0043] The cover profiles may have corner flanges which are extending at approximately 90° towards the exterior surfaces of the wall elements in the mounted condition. Thereby the cover profiles can hold a fire-shielding material between an interior surface of the cover profile and the exterior surface of the wall elements. The corner flanges may abut the exterior surface of the wall elements.

[0044] A finishing element, such as a facing profile, may be provided for covering the fastening means including the cover profiles if any. The finishing element may have a variety of different shapes to give the finished wall construction different expressions depending on customer desire.

[0045] In a second aspect the invention involves a wall construction according to claim 7 having fire-shielding properties and comprising a set of parts according to the first aspect, the wall construction further comprising at least two wall elements assembled to form a wall construction by means of the set of parts, said wall elements being held in place by the set of parts. In some embodiments the wall construction comprises at least two fastening elements mounted such that the holding part of a first fastening element is located on one side of the wall elements and the holding part of the second fastening element is located on the opposite side of the wall elements.

[0046] By providing at least two fastening elements, a more stable wall construction is obtained, the fastening elements providing a more equal pressure to the wall elements and cover profiles, if any. Having the holding parts of different fastenings elements on opposite sides of the wall construction provides symmetry to the wall construction, so that both sides of the wall construction will react substantially in the same way to a fire.

[0047] In some embodiments the wall construction comprises at least a first, a second and a third cover profile, the first and third cover profiles extending along the first exterior surfaces of the wall elements, and the second cover profile extending along the second exterior surfaces opposite the first exterior surfaces of the wall elements, the at least three cover profiles being arranged such that a first fastening element connects to the first and second cover profiles and a second fastening element connects to the second and third cover profiles.

[0048] By providing at least three cover profiles, which are staggered in relation to each other, extra stability of the wall construction is provided.

[0049] The dimensions of the cover profiles element may vary according to the type of fastening elements and wall elements. The cover profile may be provided with a length corresponding to 0.75 to 1.25 m, preferably 0.90 to 1.10 m, more preferred 1 m. Their width will depend on the size of the wall elements and the fastening means used, but will typically be 15-50 mm, preferably 25-30 mm.

[0050] Cover profiles and U-shaped outer frame elements arranged on the same side of the wall elements may be arranged at a distance from each other in the active mounted condition, so that the profiles/elements will be able to expand and to absorb the expansion of the glass, which might curve outwards during a fire putting extra pressure on the profiles and/or elements. Further, the heat transfer from one profile/element to another will be significantly reduced. When using metal profiles/element said distance may be 1 to 10 mm, preferably 3 to 7 mm, more preferred approximately 5 mm.

[0051] Alternatively, the cover profiles and/or U-shaped outer frame elements may be mounted with an overlap between edges of adjacent profiles/elements, the overlapping sections possibly having reduced thickness.

[0052] In some embodiments the wall elements are made from glass, preferably fire-rated glass. Hereby the entire thermal bridging effect of the wall construction is minimized.

[0053] In a third aspect the invention involves a method according to claim 11 for mounting a wall construction having fire-shielding properties comprising the steps of: providing a set of parts as described above for assembly of a first and a second wall element into a wall construction, arranging the U-shaped outer frame element on a side of the first and/or second wall element, positioning the fastening element being in its inactive condition such that the base part is positioned between the first and second wall elements, arranging the holding part such that it extends along a first exterior surface of each of the first and second wall elements, and bending the first and second fixations arms, so that the first and second fixations arms extend along a second exterior surface opposite the first exterior surface of each of the first and second wall elements, so as to hold the wall elements together to form said wall construction.

[0054] In some embodiments the method further comprising the steps of: arranging a first cover profile such that it extends along the first exterior surface of each of the first and second wall elements, arranging the second cover profile such that it extends along the second exterior surface of each of the first and second wall elements, positioning the fastening element being in its inactive condition such that the first end of the base part extends through the slot of the first cover profile and the second end extends through the slot of the second cover profile and the base part being positioned between the first and second wall elements, arranging the holding part such that it extends along an exterior surface of the first cover profile, and bending the first and second fixations arms, so that the first and second fixations arms extend along the exterior surface of the second cover profile, so as to hold the first and second cover profiles and wall elements together to form said wall construction.

[0055] The different aspects of the present invention can be implemented in different ways, each yielding one or more of the benefits and advantages described in connection with at least one of the aspects described above, and each having one or more preferred embodiments, including the embodiments described in connection with at least one of the aspects above and/or disclosed in the dependent claims.

Brief description of the drawings [0056] Objects, features and advantages of the present invention will be further outlined by the following illustrative and non-limiting detailed description of embodiments or parts of embodiments of the present invention, with reference to the appended drawings, wherein:

Figure 1 a shows a perspective view of an outer frame element without fire-shielding strips, Figure 1 b shows a perspective view of an outer frame element,

Figure 1c shows an end view of an outer frame element with only a second fire-shielding strip, Figure 2 shows a top view of a cover profile,

Figure 3a shows a top view of a fastening element in inactive condition,

Figure 3b shows a perspective view a fastening element in active condition,

Figure 3c shows a schematic view of a fastening element as in Fig. 3b from a different angle,

Figure 4 shows a horizontal sectional view of a set of parts in an active mounted condition,

Figure 5 shows a perspective sketch of another set of parts according to the first aspect of the invention, and

Figure 6 shows a perspective view of U-shaped outer frame elements of a wall construction. Detailed description [0057] In the following description reference is made to the accompanying figures, which show by way of illustration how the invention may be practiced. Note that for illustrative purposes the dimensions, especially thicknesses, of the different elements shown may be exaggerated.

[0058] Figure 1 a shows a fire-shielding U-shaped outer frame element 1 adapted for supporting a side of at least one wall element in a wall construction. The outer frame element 1 comprising a bottom part 12, a first side flange 13 and a second side flange 14. The first side flange 13 and the second side flange 14 extending at an angle to the bottom part 12.

[0059] The first side flange 13 comprises an interior 131 and an exterior 132 surface and the second side flange 14 comprises an interior 141 and an exterior 142 surface, the interior surfaces 131, 141 being arranged opposite each other. The outer frame element 1 is elongate and the side flanges extend in a longitudinal direction A of the outer frame element along the longest side of the bottom part 12. The interior surfaces 131, 141 of the side flanges 13, 14 are adapted for extending along opposite exterior surfaces of the wall element(s) (not shown) in a mounted condition of the outer frame element 1.

[0060] The first side flange 13 and the bottom part 12 extend in respective planes forming a mutual angle of approximately 90° and the same applies to the second side flange 14 with respect to the bottom part. Here the first side flange 13 and second side flange 14 extends in parallel planes, but the side flanges may also the extend at an angle of less than approximately 90° to the bottom part in an inactive condition so as to project towards each other. If the opening between the side flanges has a width smaller than the thickness of the wall element, the side flanges will be forced away from each other during mounting of the wall construction, preferably to extend at an angle of approximately 90° with the bottom part in an active mounted condition. This will result in the side flanges applying pressure on the wall element(s) in the mounted condition, whereby the outer frame element may fixate itself to the wall element(s).

[0061] The outer frame element 1 comprises a plurality of perforations 15 arranged in a plurality of rows extending in the longitudinal direction A of the outer frame element 1. The perforations of one row, exemplified by perforation 151, being staggered with respect to the perforations of the adjacent row, exemplified by perforation 152.

[0062] In this outer frame element the perforations 15 are elongate and having rounded shapes, but is will be understood that other shapes are also possible. Likewise, the perforations need not be evenly distributed over the entire outer frame element, but may, for example, be left in the bottom part or in one or both of the first and second side flanges. Moreover, the outer frame element may include perforations of different sizes and/or shapes.

[0063] Figure 1b shows fire-shielding U-shaped outer frame element 1 as described with reference to figure 1 a where the outer frame element 1 comprises two first elongate strips 16a, 16b.

[0064] The first strips 16a, 16b are arranged on the exterior surfaces 132,142 of the first side flange 13 and the second side flange 14, respectively. The first strips 16a, 16b shield the wall element from heat from a fire.

[0065] In figure 1 b an end of the outer frame element is shown without the strips, but it will be understood that the first strips 16a, 16b may extend over substantially an entirety of the exterior surfaces 132,142 of the side flanges 13,14.

[0066] Figure 1c shows the fire-shielding U-shaped outer frame element 1 as described with reference to figure 1 a where the outer frame element 1 comprises a second elongate strip 17.

[0067] The bottom part 12 comprising an interior surface 121 and an exterior surface 122, the second strip 17 being arranged on the interior surface 121 of the bottom part 12 to shield the wall element (not shown) from heat from a fire.

[0068] Here the second strip 17 is arranged with a small distance to the side flanges 13, 14, but it may also arranged so that it abuts the interior surfaces 131,141 of the side flanges.

[0069] As described with reference to the first strips 16a, 16b, the second strip 17 may extend over substantially the entire length of the bottom part 12.

[0070] First and the second strips may be arranged at varying positions on the outer frame element, also in combination with each other. For example, the second strip 17 may be arranged on the exterior surface of the bottom part 12, possibly formed in one with the first strips 16a, 16b, or the first strips may be arranged on the interior sides of the side flanges 13, 14.

[0071] Here the first and second strips 16a, 16b, 17 are attached to the outer frame element 1 by means of a high-temperature resistant adhesive (not shown), but the strips may also be attached to the outer frame element 1 by mechanical means such as screws, nails, rivets, studs, staples or the like.

[0072] The first and second strips 16a, 16b, 17 preferably comprise material having thermal shielding properties, such as magnesium silicate, and/or intumescent properties, such as ammonium phosphate.

[0073] Figure 3a shows a top view of a fastening element 4 in an inactive condition. The fastening element comprises an elongate base part 41 having a first end 411 and a second end 412 and two opposite sides 413, 414 extending in the longitudinal direction B.

[0074] The fastening element 4 further comprises a holding part 42 comprising a head part 421 and two arms 422, 423 extending in the same plane as the base part 41. The head part 421 is connected to the first end 411 of the base part 41. The one arm 422 extends along one side 413. The other arm 423 extends along the other side 414.

[0075] The fastening element 4 further comprises an elongate fixation part 43 connected to the second end 412 of the base part 41. The fixation part 43 comprises an elongate slot defining a first fixation arm 431 and a second fixation arm 432, said fixations arms extending in the same plane and in the longitudinal direction B. Here the length of the first 431 and second 432 fixations arms are the same, but the length may be different from each other.

[0076] In this fastening element the base part 41, the U-shaped holding part 42 and the fixation part 43 extends in the same plane in order to be obtainable by a process of punching one single work-piece 4 out from a single sheet of plate metal. The work-piece 4 is subsequently folded or bent into the active mounted condition of the fastening element 4 shown in figure 3b. The folding lines a and b are perpendicular to the longitudinal direction B as shown with dashed lines. All foldings are by approximately 90°. The folding line b defines the transition between the base part and the fixation part. The elongate slot of the fixation part may extend to into the base part or extend all the way from the fixation part to the holding part.

[0077] The distance between the folding line a and folding line b corresponds approximately to the wall thickness of the wall elements. The fold lines a and/or b may be indicated by means, such as colouring or mechanical marking, to indicate when the fastening element has pushed far enough through the gap between the wall elements. A weakening of the material at the folding line b may be applied to make the bending easier, said weakening potentially also serving as a bending indication.

[0078] Figures 3b and 3c show fastening elements 4, 8 in an active condition. The holding parts 42, 82 and the base parts 41, 81 extend in respective planes forming a mutual angle of approximately 90°. The first fixation arms 431, 831, 432, 832 and the base part 41, 81 extend in respective planes forming mutual angles of approximately 90°. The first 431, 831 and second 432, 832 fixations arms extend in opposite directions in the same plane. The holding part 42, 82 and the first 431,831 and second 432, 832 fixations arms extend in parallel planes.

[0079] Figure 2 shows a top view of a cover profile 2 comprising an interior surface 23 (not visible) and an exterior surface 22 and at least one longitudinal elongate slot 21, which is wider than the fixation part and base part of the fastening element. The cover profile 2 is adapted for extending along a first exterior surface of each of the first and second wall elements in a mounted condition.

[0080] Figure 4 shows a horizontal sectional view of a fire-shielding fastening means 200 in an active mounted condition. The fastening means 200 comprises a first 2 and a second 3 cover profile as described with reference to Fig. 2 and a fastening element 4 as described with reference to Figs 3a-3c. The fastening means 200 is arranged between a first 6 and a second 7 wall element, so as to hold the first 6 and second 7 elements together.

[0081] The first cover profile 2 extends along a first exterior surface 61, 71 of each of the first 6 and second 7 wall elements. The second cover profile 3 extends along a second exterior surface 62, 72 opposite the first exterior surface 61, 71 of each of the first 6 and second 7 wall elements.

[0082] A first fire-shielding material 10 is position between the first and second cover profiles 2, 3 and the wall elements 6, 7. The fire-shielding material 10 is abutting the interior surfaces 23, 33 of the cover profiles 2, 3 and the exterior surfaces 61, 71, 62, 72 of the first 6 and second 7 wall elements.

[0083] The base part 41 of the fastening element is positioned between the first 6 and second 7 wall elements. The first end 411 extends through a slot 21 in the first cover profile 2 and the second end 412 extends through a corresponding slot 31 in the second cover profile 3. The holding part 42 is bent approximately 90° with regards to the base part 41 and abuts an exterior surface 22 of the first cover profile 2.

[0084] The first 431 and second 432 fixations arms are bent approximately 90° with regards to the base part 41. The fixations arms 431, 432 extend in opposite directions away from the base part 41 and abut an exterior surface 32 of the second cover profile 3.

[0085] A second fire-shielding material 11 is positioned between the wall elements 6, 7 and the base part 41.

[0086] The purpose of both the first fire-shielding material 10 and the second fire-shielding material 11 is to prevent fire from spreading via the gap between the wall elements 6, 7 and to protect the edges of the wall elements in the same way as the fire-shielding strips attached to the outer frame element(s) as described above. The first and second fire-shielding material 10, 11 can be made from the same material(s) as the fire-shielding strips 16a, 16b, 17 on the outer frame element(s).

[0087] First and second fire-shielding materials may be provided in varying combinations between and/or on the wall elements and cover profiles.

[0088] Figure 5 shows a perspective sketch of a wall construction made with a set of parts 100 in an active mounted condition. The set of parts 100 comprises a first fire-shielding U-shaped outer frame element 1 and a second outer frame element 5 supporting a side of the second wall element 7, and a fire-shielding fastening means 200 arranged between the first 6 and second 7 wall elements, so as to hold the first 6 and second 7 elements together.

[0089] An interior surface 131 of the first side flange 13 of the first outer frame element 1 abuts a first exterior surface 71 of the second wall element 7, and an interior surface 141 of the second side flange 14 abuts a second exterior surface 72 opposite the first exterior surface 71 of the second wall element 7. The same applies to the second outer frame element 5.

[0090] Cover profiles 2, 3 extend along the exterior surfaces 61, 71, 62, 72 of the first 6 and second 7 wall elements in the same way as described with reference to Fig. 4.

[0091] First 4 and second 8 fastening elements are mounted between the first 6 and second 7 wall elements and interconnecting covering profiles 2, 3, 9 in the way described with reference to Fig. 4. Holding parts 42 of first fastening elements 4 abut a first cover profile 2 and fixation parts (not shown) of the first fastening elements 4 abut a second cover profile 3. Holding parts (not shown) of second fastening elements 8 abut the second cover profile 3 and fixation parts 83 of the second fastening elements 8 abut a third cover profile 9 arranged in continuation of the first cover profile 2 along the first exterior surfaces 61,71 of the wall elements 6, 7.

[0092] Here the first cover profile 2 and the third cover profile 9 are mounted at a distance from each, said distance being approximately 5 mm, in order to allow thermal expansion of the cover profiles but alternative they might overlap. The first 1 and second 5 outer frame elements are arranged with a similar distance for the same purpose.

[0093] The staggered position of the cover profiles contributes to a wall construction which is both very stable and with excellent fire-shielding properties due to the absence of parallel horizontal joints between the cover profiles on the two sides of the wall.

[0094] The fastening elements 4, 8 may be positioned in any desired direction, so that the holding parts 42, 82 and fixation parts 43, 83 abuts either of the at least three cover profiles 2, 3, 9, but arranging the holding parts on opposite sides of the wall contributes to a symmetrical and hence stable wall construction.

[0095] Figure 6 shows a perspective view of a wall construction 300 mounted by means of U-shaped outer frame elements 1.

[0096] Finishing elements 18 are mounted on the exterior sides of the outer frame elements 1 to give a pleasing aesthetic look. The finishing elements may be of any design and any materials, such as aluminium or polymers. The finishing elements may be mounted with any non-fire-resistant fastening means, so that they will fall off during a fire. Similar finishing elements may be provided on the cover profiles described with reference to Figs 4 and 5.

[0097] The wall elements 6, 7 shown in Figs 4-6 are made from fire-rated glass, but the invention also applies to wall constructions with other types of wall elements.

[0098] Although some embodiments have been described and shown in detail herein, the invention is not restricted to them, but may also be embodied in other ways within the scope of the subject matter defined in the following claims. In particular, it is to be understood that other embodiments may be utilised and structural and functional modifications may be made without departing from the scope of the present invention.

[0099] In device claims enumerating several means, several of these means can be embodied by one and the same item of hardware. The mere fact that certain measures are recited in mutually different dependent claims or described in different embodiments does not indicate that a combination of these measures cannot be used to advantage.

[0100] It should be emphasized that the term "comprises/comprising" when used in this specification is taken to specify the presence of stated features, integers, steps or components but does not preclude the presence or addition of one or more other features, integers, steps, components or groups thereof.

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This list of references cited by the applicant is for the reader's convenience only. It does not form part of the European patent document. Even though great care has been taken in compiling the references, errors or omissions cannot be excluded and the EPO disclaims all liability in this regard.

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Claims (12)

  1. A set of parts (100) having fire retardant properties for assembling a first and second wall members for a wall structure, the set of parts (100) comprising: a fire retardant U-shaped outer frame member (1) adapted for supporting a side of at least one wall element in a wall structure, wherein the outer frame element (1) is elongated and comprises a bottom portion (12) and a first side flange (13) and a second side flange (14), the first and second side flanges extending away from the bottom part (12), an inner surface (131) of the first side flange (13) adapted to extend along a first outer surface of the wall element, and an inner surface (141) of the second side flange (14) arranged to extend along a second exterior surface which is opposed to the first exterior surface of the wall element when the outer frame element (1) is in a mounted state, so as to hold the wall element to form the wall structure, wherein the outer frame element (1) comprises a first elongated band (16) and a plurality of perforations (15) in the bottom portion, the first side flange and / or the second side flange, the first band (16) comprising a material having heat shielding properties and disposed on an interior (131, 141) and / or exterior (132, 142) surface of the first side flange (13) and / or second side flange (14) of the outer frame member (1), wherein the outer frame member (1) is adapted to support one side of the first and / or second wall member, when in an active mounted state, characterized in that the set of parts further comprises a fire retardant fastener (200) arranged to be disposed between the first and second wall members to hold the first and second element together, wherein the fire retardant fastener (200) comprises a fastener (4) which comprises: an elongated base member (41) a retaining member (42) connected to a first end (411) of the base member (41); where fastening member the member (4) is arranged to be placed in said mounted state with the base member (41) located between the first and second wall members, the holding member (42) extending at an angle to the base member (41) and extending along the first exterior surfaces (61, 71) of the first (6) and / or second (7) wall element, the fastening element (4) further comprising: a fastening part (43) which is connected to a second end (412) of the base part (41) wherein the attachment member (43) comprises a first attachment arm (431) and a second attachment arm (432), the base member (41) and the attachment member (43) extending in the same plane when in an inactive state, and the attachment member (4). ) is arranged to be placed in said active mounted state with the first (431) and second (432) fastening arms extending at an angle to the base (41) and extending along a second outer surface (62, 72) of the first (6) and / or an the (7) wall element so as to hold the first (6) and second (7) wall elements together.
  2. A set of parts (100) according to claim 1, wherein the fire retardant fastener (200) further comprises: a first (2) and a second (3) cover profile, each comprising at least one elongated slot (21, 31), wherein the first cover profile (2) is arranged to extend along the first outer surfaces (61, 71) of each of the first (6) and second (7) wall members at the junction between them in a mounted state, and wherein the second cover profile ( 3) is arranged to extend along the second outer surfaces (62, 72) opposite the first outer surface of each of the first (6) and second (7) wall elements at the junction between them in a mounted state and wherein the first end (411) of the base member is arranged to extend through the at least one slot (21) of the first cover profile (2), and the second end (412) of the base member is arranged to extend through the at least one slot (31). ) of the second cover profile (3) so that the holding portion (42) of the m undressed condition extends at an angle to the base plate (41) and extends along an outer surface (22) of the first cover profile (2) and the first (431) and second (432) attachment arms extending at an angle relative to the base portion (41) and extending along an outer surface (32) of the second cover profile (3) to hold the first (2) and second (3) cover profiles and the first and second wall members together.
  3. A set of parts (100) according to any one of claims 1-2, comprising at least two U-shaped outer frame elements (1, 5), wherein the outer frame elements (1, 5) are arranged to be mounted in the active mounted spaced apart on one side of the first and / or second wall member, the distance being 1 to 10 mm, preferably 3 to 7 mm, and preferably about 5 mm.
  4. A set of parts (100) according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the first (431) and second (432) fastening arms in the active mounted state extend in opposite directions in the same plane.
  5. A set of parts (100) according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the holding part (42) in the inactive state is U-shaped and comprises a main part (421) and two arms (422, 423), wherein the main part ( 421) is connected to the first end (411) of the base part (41) and the two arms (422, 423) extend along opposite sides (413, 414) of the base part (41) in a longitudinal direction (B) of the base part (41).
  6. A set of parts (100) according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the fastening element (4) in its inactive state is a single blank punched out by a single sheet of sheet metal and arranged to be brought into the active mounted condition by folding and / or bending.
  7. A wall structure (300) having fire retardant properties and comprising a set of parts (100) according to any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein the wall structure (300) further comprises: at least two wall elements (6, 7) which are assembled by means of the set of parts (100), the wall elements (6, 7) being held in place by the set of parts (100).
  8. The wall structure (300) of claim 7, comprising at least two fasteners (4, 8) mounted such that a holding portion (42) of a first fastener (4) is disposed on one side of the wall members (6, 7). ), and a holding portion (82) of another fastener (8) is disposed on the opposite side of the wall elements (6, 7).
  9. A wall structure (300) according to claim 7 or 8, comprising at least a first (2), a second (3) and a third (9) covering profile, wherein the first (2) and third (9) covering profiles extend along the the first exterior surfaces (61, 71) of the wall elements (6, 7), and the second (3) covering profile extending along the second exterior surfaces (62, 72) which are opposed to the first exterior surfaces (61, 71), of the wall elements (6, 7), and wherein the at least three cover profiles (2, 3, 9) are arranged such that a first fastening element (4) is associated with the first (2) and second (3) cover profiles, and a second fastening element (8) is in connection with the second (3) and third (9) cover profile.
  10. The wall structure (300) according to any one of claims 7 to 9, wherein the wall elements (6, 7) are essentially made of glass and preferably fire-resistant glass.
  11. A method of mounting a wall structure (300) having fire retardant properties comprising the steps of: providing a set of parts (100) according to any one of claims 1 to 6 for assembly of a first (6) and second (7) positioning the wall element for a wall structure, positioning the U-shaped outer frame element (1) on one side of the first (6) and / or second (7) wall element, positioning the fastening element (4) which is in its inactive state, positioning the holding member (41) between the first (6) and the second (7) wall member so as to extend along a first outer surface (61, 71) of each of the first (6) and second (7) wall element, to bend the first (431) and second (432) securing arms so that the first (431) and second (432) securing arms extend along a second outer surface (62, 72) which is opposed to the first exterior surface (61, 71) of each of the first (6) and second (7) wall elements, so that holding the wall elements (6, 7) together.
  12. A method of mounting a wall structure (300) according to claim 11, wherein the method further comprises the steps of: applying a first cover profile (2) so as to extend along the first outer surface (61, 71) of each of the first (6) and second (7) wall element, positioning the second (3) cover profile so as to extend along the second outer surface (62, 72) of each of the first (6) and second (7) wall elements, that positioning the fastener (4) which is in its inactive state so that the first end (411) of the base member (41) extends through a slot (21) in the first cover profile (2) and that the second end (412) ) extends through a slot (22) in the second cover profile (3) and the base member is located between the first (6) and second (7) wall members, to position the retaining member (41) so that it extends along an exterior surface (22) of the first cover profile (2), and bending it f upper (431) and second (432) securing arms such that the first (431) and second (432) securing arms extend along the outer surface (32) of the second cover profile (3) to hold the first (2) and second (3) the cover profile and the wall elements (6, 7) together.
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