EP1085161B1 - Retention of single or insulating glazing - Google Patents

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EP1085161B1
EP1085161B1 EP19990118437 EP99118437A EP1085161B1 EP 1085161 B1 EP1085161 B1 EP 1085161B1 EP 19990118437 EP19990118437 EP 19990118437 EP 99118437 A EP99118437 A EP 99118437A EP 1085161 B1 EP1085161 B1 EP 1085161B1
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E06DOORS, WINDOWS, SHUTTERS, OR ROLLER BLINDS IN GENERAL; LADDERS
    • E06BFIXED OR MOVABLE CLOSURES FOR OPENINGS IN BUILDINGS, VEHICLES, FENCES OR LIKE ENCLOSURES IN GENERAL, e.g. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, GATES
    • E06B3/00Window sashes, door leaves, or like elements for closing wall or like openings; Layout of fixed or moving closures, e.g. windows in wall or like openings; Features of rigidly-mounted outer frames relating to the mounting of wing frames
    • E06B3/54Fixing of glass panes or like plates
    • E06B3/5436Fixing of glass panes or like plates involving holes or indentations in the pane
    • E06B3/5445Support arms engaging the holes or indentations
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E06DOORS, WINDOWS, SHUTTERS, OR ROLLER BLINDS IN GENERAL; LADDERS
    • E06BFIXED OR MOVABLE CLOSURES FOR OPENINGS IN BUILDINGS, VEHICLES, FENCES OR LIKE ENCLOSURES IN GENERAL, e.g. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, GATES
    • E06B3/00Window sashes, door leaves, or like elements for closing wall or like openings; Layout of fixed or moving closures, e.g. windows in wall or like openings; Features of rigidly-mounted outer frames relating to the mounting of wing frames
    • E06B3/54Fixing of glass panes or like plates
    • E06B3/5427Fixing of glass panes or like plates the panes mounted flush with the surrounding frame or with the surrounding panes
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E06DOORS, WINDOWS, SHUTTERS, OR ROLLER BLINDS IN GENERAL; LADDERS
    • E06BFIXED OR MOVABLE CLOSURES FOR OPENINGS IN BUILDINGS, VEHICLES, FENCES OR LIKE ENCLOSURES IN GENERAL, e.g. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, GATES
    • E06B3/00Window sashes, door leaves, or like elements for closing wall or like openings; Layout of fixed or moving closures, e.g. windows in wall or like openings; Features of rigidly-mounted outer frames relating to the mounting of wing frames
    • E06B3/54Fixing of glass panes or like plates
    • E06B3/5436Fixing of glass panes or like plates involving holes or indentations in the pane

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The invention relates to a system for holding arranged with joint single or insulating glass panels of a glass facade or a glass roof with on a support structure attached holders, wherein the joints delimiting plate edges in places or have continuous opposing grooves and the holder with her head within the joint with the grooves of both plates are engageable.

In glass facades point holders for the glass plates are known, the distance from the Plate edge pass through the glass plate and are connected to a support structure. The Glass plate must be pierced for the penetration of the holder. This is already with single glass panes Due to the increased risk of breakage disadvantageous; resulted in insulating glass panes through the holes a significant impairment of the case of leakage technically possible very good thermal insulation.

For the reasons mentioned glass facades are also known in which the plates bordered by rails and held by these rails. That's the way it is For example, from DE-A-37 34 576, angular on the edges of insulating glass plates Glue on support strips, the inside coupling bars for engaging Have clamping vices. This plate holder by means of glued retaining rails without positive locking of the glass panes brings with it a potential danger, since the Long-term behavior of bonds under the given environmental conditions often not is known. As a result, such glass facades without positive locking in general government not approved.

The system mentioned above is for example from GB-A-2333305 - here for Insulating glass panels - known. In such an aforementioned system for mounting of single or insulated glass panes of a glass facade or a glass roof On the one hand bores of the glass plates are avoided and on the other hand is a secure edge support of the plates achieved. In particular, this mounting system even without an outside and / or inside the glass plate edge cross frame get along to the optical screening of the glass facade only through the glass panel division in Appearance to occur and the cleaning of the outside not by protruding Hinder frame parts. Finally, the replacement of glass plates is easy to be possible. By the longitudinal grooves in the disc edge surfaces is namely the possibility created by suitably trained in the head area, bolt-like holder by engagement in these longitudinal grooves a more or less positive connection between the holder and glass plate, without any parts of the holder on the outside and / or inside of the glass plates and thereby the visual impression of the Affect the facade. The longitudinal grooves can in the disc edge surfaces of the glass panes be incorporated. In insulating glass panes, the longitudinal groove can also be reset by a Spacer web (step webs) to be formed. It is essential that in the periphery of the Glass panes continuous or non-continuous grooves and thus intervention possibilities be created so that the plate holder overlapping the plate edge and the formation of glued joints in the panel area are avoided.

A similar system, which does not offer all the advantages mentioned, is further known from FR-A-2652843.

[0005a] Starting from the cited prior art, it is an object of the invention develop the system mentioned in such a way that a positive and non-positive Connection between the holder and the glass plates can be made.

This object is achieved by a system mentioned in the fact that According to the invention, the holder head at least on its circumference with one of the thermal expansions the plates receiving elastic layer dressed. The elastic clothing provides the positive and non-positive connection between the holder and the glass plates ago. Since they should also absorb thermal expansion of the glass plates, their radial lies Thickness in the range of 2.5 to 7 mm, preferably in the range of 3 and 6 mm. The elastic Clothing can be vulcanised onto the holder head. A suitable shore hardness of Garment material is in the range of 70 to 100, e.g. at 90. The elastic clothing can also extend beyond the circumference of the head to the side walls of the Head extend to an elastic support of the plate even when acting on the plate To ensure normal forces.

In the preferred embodiment of the invention Mounting system, the holder is a bolt with an asymmetric Head, by axial rotation with the grooves of the plates can be brought into engagement. The bolt head has expediently a large diameter dimension and perpendicular to it a small one Diameter dimension. So the bolt head can be inserted into the plate joint if its large diameter dimension parallel to Fugue stands. After insertion into a joint the bolt can turn 90 ° be rotated, reducing the large diameter dimension of the head is aligned transversely in the joint and so the head in the Engines grooves and the positive retention of the plates is reached. The bolt head can be designed differently depending on the profile of the groove, namely whether e.g. a longitudinal groove of wedge-shaped cross-section in the edge surface of the plate or a groove of square cross section through the recessed Spacer of the insulating glass plate is formed. Conveniently, is the cross section of the bolt head the engagement profile of the groove customized.

In one embodiment of the mounting system, the asymmetric bolt head on one side on a section surface. Due to the one-sided missing head projection can with appropriate Axial rotation of the bolt engaging in one of the grooves canceled, i. after appropriate rotation of all bolts on one Glass plate can be replaced while the procedure Bolt heads are received in grooves of adjacent plates remains.

Preferably, in this system, the bolt is on the head side a diametrical slot and in the area of the slot an annular groove and contains the bolt, starting from the head side an axial bore with a rear threaded part and a conical Mouth, wherein in the axial bore for spreading the bolt head a cone head screw is screwed. By screwing in the Taper head screw, the bolt head can be spread, causing Dimensional tolerances of the glass plates or grooves can be compensated.

In insulating glass plates is the embodiment of the invention preferably such that the groove through a recessed spacer web is formed between the plates and the edge surfaces of the plates forming grout areas narrowing towards the grooves beveled and that on the outside of the head and inside on the holder in engagement with the verendenden joint areas befindlicher profile body are releasably attached, the on their surfaces facing the edge surfaces with an elastic Layer are provided. In this embodiment, the attacks Only attach the plates to the plates in the joint. Again, the holder be turned so that his head into the grooves of both insulating glass plates or only in the groove of one or the other plate engages, so that in this way both plates or only one of them held becomes. In addition, both panes of insulating glass panels still separately by means of the profile body in the narrowing joint areas held inside and out. The narrowing joint areas and the profile bodies are preferably wedge-shaped. The wedge-shaped Profile bodies extend only over one Part of the joints and have e.g. a length in the range of 3 to 10 cm, preferably from 4 to 6 cm. They will be engaged with the Keilfugen brought after the head was rotated axially so that he engages in the grooves of both insulating glass panes. The elastic Clothing of the wedge-shaped profile body ensures as well as the elastic layer of the actual holder head recording the thermal expansion of the insulating glass pane.

Preferably, in this embodiment, the head is made an inner part arranged on a bolt and one on the inner part detachably mounted outer part. Both parts are e.g. by several screws connected. The distance between the outside and Inner part is therefore changeable, so that an adjustment of the head to different groove widths (plate spacing of the insulating glass panes) is possible. Essential reason for the bipartite of the head is the mutual distance of inner and outer part, whereby a heat-insulating layer is formed between them. This layer can be an air layer. To prevent condensation in this space, this is preferably filled with a heat-insulating material. The one on the outside wedge-shaped fugue attacking profile body is in the two-piece Head screwed onto the outer part, while on the inner part wedge-shaped fugue attacking profile body by means of a on the Threaded bolt, which adjoins the inner part of the head, screwed screw pressed into engagement with the wedge joint surface becomes. An advantage of this assembly is that not only thermal Strains can be absorbed by the elastic layers, but manufacturing tolerances of the wedge joint width thereby can be compensated that the wedge-shaped profile body in the Keilfugen be positioned axially differently.

The mounting system preferably also includes one on one supporting structure to be installed with four, three or two arms at the ends of which the holders are attached. These multi-arm device is expedient behind a joint crossing attached so that the holder at a distance from the joint cross in the Can intervene joints.

Two embodiments of the mounting system according to the invention are described below with reference to the drawings. Show it

  • 1 shows the view of a model facade of only six square glass plates, which are held by the support system according to the invention;
  • Figure 2 shows a first embodiment of the mounting system for single glass plates, partially in section;
  • FIG. 3 is a side view of the holder used in the holder system shown in FIG. 2;
  • Figure 4 shows the side view of the holder shown in Figure 3 after an axial rotation of 90 °, partially in section;
  • Figure 5 shows the front view of the holder shown in Figure 3 with screwed cone head screw in the joint between two glass plates in such a rotational position that the upper disc is removable and the lower disc is locked;
  • Figure 6 is a view as in Figure 5, but in a rotational position that both discs are locked;
  • Figure 7 is a view corresponding to Figure 5, but in a rotational position, so that the lower disc is removable and the upper disc is locked;
  • Figure 8 is a representation as Figure 4, but with screwed into the holder cone head screw and engagement of the head in the joints of both glass plates according to Figure 6;
  • Figure 9 is a representation corresponding to Figure 8, but with further screwed cone head screw;
  • Figure 10 is the end view of the holder shown in Figure 9 with locked plates;
  • Figure 11 shows different cross sections of plate edges with different groove cross sections;
  • Figure 12 shows a second embodiment of the support system for insulating glass panels, partly in section;
  • Figure 13 is a side view of the holder used in the system of Figure 12 without its outer part, partly in section;
  • Figure 14 is a view as in Figure 13, but rotated axially by 90 °;
  • Figure 15 shows the external view of the holder shown in Figure 12 in a rotational position in which both plates are locked, with outer profile body.
  • Figure 16 shows the external view of the holder in a rotational position in which only the lower plate is blocked, wherein the wedge-shaped profile body is omitted;
  • FIG. 17 shows the outside view in the rotational position of the holder shown in FIG. 15, but without the profile body;
  • Figure 18 is a view corresponding to Figure 16, but with only the upper plate is blocked;
  • Figure 19 shows the outside view of the outer wedge-shaped profile body;
  • Figure 20 is a section along the line XX-XX of Figure 19;
  • Figure 21 is the view of the inner wedge-shaped profile body;
  • Figure 22 is a section along the line XXII-XXII of Figure 21; and
  • FIG. 23 shows a detailed representation of FIG. 12 on an enlarged scale.
  • Figure 1 shows the model of a glass facade using the glass plate holder according to the invention. The glass plates 1 have for example, a dimension of 2.5 m x 2.5 m. As can be seen, The panels are attacked by in the joints or on the edge Holder 2 held. The holders removed from the plate corners are directly connected to the support structure (not shown). The holders adjacent to the plate corners, on the other hand, are or two-armed devices 3 and 3 'and 3 ", respectively mounted on the vertices of the grid on the supporting structure are. In this way, facades and roofs can be made from one Any number of glass plates can be constructed. The facade has no holding parts projecting beyond their outside. It corresponds also aesthetic point of view, because the framing of the individual Plates and thus the outer screening of the facade is inconspicuous.

    In the embodiment shown in FIGS. 2 to 10, holders 4 are attached to the four arms 3 a of the carrier device 3, as known in principle from DE-A-197 13 337, of which only three are visible in FIG. Instead of the four-armed carrying device 3, the holder 4 can also be attached to three- or two-armed devices 3 'and 3 ", or they can be mounted directly on the supporting structure (not shown).

    In the single glass plates 1 shown in Figure 2 is edge a keyway 5 incorporated, e.g. milled in particular can be seen from Figure 8. These Längskeilnuten extend over the entire length of the plate edge or only over a limited distance, as shown in Figure 2 at the two outer Heads is apparent. The keyway shown here can also have a different cross-sectional shape. Possible cross-sectional shapes are apparent from Figure 11. The wedge angle of the selected here Groove is e.g. 20 °.

    The holder 4 carries a head 6, on which a rubber layer 7 is vulcanized. The rubber layer in the outer region according to Figure 4 also has a wedge-shaped contour, wherein the wedge angle of the groove is adapted. As can be seen from Figures 3 and 5 to 7, the head 6 is milled off on one side to form the flat surface 6 b . By an axial rotation of the holder 4, for example by means of a key (not shown) in the key receptacle 4 a , the holder 4 and thus the head 6 are rotated so that it is unlike shown in Figure 2, on one of the grooves 5 is disengaged, as shown in Figure 5 for the upper plate. Then the holder of this (upper) glass plate is released. If all the holders 4 on this plate are disengaged in this way, this glass plate 1 can be removed from the facade and replaced by another. Figure 6 shows the rotational position of the holder 4 upon engagement of the head 6,7 in the grooves 5 of the two adjacent plates 1. Figure 7 shows the rotational position of the holder 4, in which the head 6 is engaged only with the upper glass plate and the lower Glass plate is released.

    As can be seen from Figures 3 and 4, the bolt-shaped holder 4 has an outgoing from the head side 6 a blind hole 8, in the rear part of an internal thread 8 a and front has a conical mouth 8 b . Figures 4 to 7 also show that the holder 4 has a starting from the top 6 a diametral slot 9. The holder 4 further has a circumferential groove 10 approximately at the distance from the head side 6 a , where the slot 9 ends. In the bore 8, a cone head screw 11 can be screwed, as shown in Figures 8 to 10. When doing the conical head of the screw 11 with the conical mouth 8 b of the bore 8 is engaged, the head 6,7 is spread with further screwing the screw 11, whereby tolerances of the glass plates 1 and thereby due to the joint 12 can be compensated.

    In FIG. 11, a) and b) show wedge-shaped groove cross-sections with a wedge angle of 90 or 60 °. c) shows an orthogonal Groove with parallel side walls. d) shows an orthogonal groove at an angle of about 20 ° slanted sidewalls, such as they are used in the embodiment according to FIGS. 2 to 10 comes. e) and f) show grooves of circular segment-shaped cross section; at e) the center of the circle lies on the glass edge, at f) above the Glass edge. g) shows a groove of hyperbolic cross section and h) a groove of parabolic cross section. All these cross-sectional shapes can be used in the invention.

    The embodiment of the plate mounting system according to the invention shown in Figures 12 to 23 serves to hold insulating glass panes 1 ', which are connected by recessed spacer webs 13 with silicone layer or 13 a or the like. Between the plates 1 ', for example, a metallized film 14 is tensioned, which contributes to the high thermal insulation of this insulating glass pane. The discs 1 'have a 60 ° bevel 20, so that there is a wedge joint on the outside and inside. Moreover, in this insulating glass pane between the plates 1 'by the recessed spacer webs 13, a groove 5, in which the head 6 engages.

    The head 6 consists in the illustrated embodiment of an integrally formed on the threaded bolt 4 b of the holder inner part 15 and a screwed by a plurality of screws 16 with the inner part outer part 17, see also FIG. 23. The head 6 is, as from the left part of Figure 12 can be seen, with respect to its axis 6 'constructed asymmetrically, so that it engages depending on the rotational position of the threaded bolt 4 b in the grooves 5 both insulating glass panes or the groove only one disc. The inner part 15 is clad at the periphery with an elastic layer 18 which extends in the axial direction via the outer part 17. The elastic clothing 18 may be vulcanized onto the inner part 15, or it may be inserted as a separate part. Between the inner part 15 and the outer part 17 is a gap 19, which is filled with a heat-insulating material, eg Delrin. As a result, a thermal separation within the head 6 is achieved.

    In the wedge joints 12 inside and outside a wedge-shaped profile body 21 are each used. The outer profile body is releasably secured by means of screw 22 on the outer part 17 of the head. The inner wedge-shaped profile body 21 is pressed by means of a screwed onto the bolt 4 b screw 23 in the wedge joint. As can be seen, the profile body 21 can come to rest depending on the width of the wedge joint at a smaller or greater distance from the head to the chamfer 20. In FIG. 23, for example, a middle position of the profiled bodies 21 with respect to the plates 1 'is shown, whereas in FIG. 12 the profiled bodies are displaced axially almost completely inwards for engagement with the chamfers 20. In this way, manufacturing tolerances of the insulating glass panes can be compensated. Thermal expansions of the insulating glass panes are reversibly absorbed by the elastic garments 18,24.

    FIGS. 13 and 14 correspond to FIGS. 3 and 4 and show the holder with the inner part 15 of the head and the elastic Clothing 18. From Figure 13 is the asymmetric training the head visible; Figure 14 shows the head after an axial rotation around 90 °.

    Figure 15 shows the outside view of the holder in the joint with the externally screwed wedge-shaped profile body 21. Die Figures 16 to 18 correspond to Figures 5 to 7 in single glass plates. Figures 19 and 20 show the outer wedge-shaped Profile body in the view or in section. The profile body 21, made of metal, e.g. Alloy exists, has a countersunk hole 25 for receiving the head of the screw 22 for mounting on the Outer part 17 of the head. The inner wedge-shaped profile body 21 is formed similar to the outer according to Figures 21 and 22 Profile body. Instead of the countersunk bore, however, he has a cylindrical Through hole 26, since he means of the nut 23 and a washer is pressed into the wedge joint, see FIG. 23.

    The mounting system according to the invention for glass facades and -dächer renounces the construction of structural parts at the Outside or inside of the glass plates. The framing of the glass plates therefore falls only slightly in the eye, so that the facade the Impression of great ease. The remaining gap 12 can with a silicone profile band or the like. Outer and inside flush be closed so that contamination of the joint avoided and the cleaning of the outside of the facade can be facilitated.

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    1. A system for retaining abutment-jointed single glass panes or double glazing units of a glass facade or a glass roof comprising retainers mounted on a supporting structure, wherein the pane edges delimiting the joint (12) have opposing grooves (5) at certain points of, or continuously along, said edges, and said retainers (4) can be caused to engage said grooves (5) of opposing panes (1, 1') by means of the retainer head (6) disposed inside said joint (12),
      characterized in that said retainer head (6) is covered, at least around its circumference, with a resilient layer (7, 18) accommodating the thermal expansion of said panes (1, 1').
    2. A system as defined in claim 1, characterized in that said grooves (5) are disposed directly in a single pane of glass or said grooves are directly delimited by the panes of glass (1') forming said double-glazing unit.
    3. A system as defined in claim 1 or claim 2, characterized in that said retainer (4) is a bolt (4b) with an asymmetrical head (6; 15, 17) and can be caused to engage said grooves (5) by axial rotation.
    4. A system as defined in claim 3, characterized in that the cross-section of said head (6; 15, 17) matches the profile of engagement of said grooves.
    5. A system as defined in any one of claims 3 to 4, characterized in that said bolt has a diametric slot (9) at its head end and an annular groove (10) in the vicinity of said slot and that it contains, as regarded from the head end (6a), an axial bore (8) having a rear threaded portion (8a) and a cone-shaped front portion (8b), into which a pan head screw (11) can be screwed for the purpose of expanding said head (6).
    6. A system as defined in any one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that said grooves (5) have an orthogonal, wedge-shaped, circular, hyperbolic, or parabolic cross-section.
    7. A system as defined in any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that said groove (5) is formed, in the case of double-glazing units, by back-spaced distance pieces (13) located between said panes (1'), and the edge surfaces (20) of panes (1') are chamfered continuously or in certain regions thereof so as to form joint regions which narrow toward said grooves (5), and that profiled elements (21) are releasably attached on the outside of said head (6) and on the inside of said retainer (4) to engage said joint regions, which profiled elements are provided with a resilient layer (24) on their surfaces facing said edge surfaces (20).
    8. A system as defined in claim 7, characterized in that the head consists of a core (15) disposed on a bolt (4b) and an outer part (17) releasably mounted thereon.
    9. A system as defined in claim 8, characterized in that the distance between said outer part (17) and said core (15) can be modified, and a thermal insulating layer (19) is disposed therebetween.
    10. A system as defined in any one of claims 1 to 9, characterized by a jig (3, 3', 3") for mounting on a supporting structure and having four, three or two arms (3a), on the ends of which said retainers (4) are mounted.
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