EP1429642B1 - Shelf system for storing and archiving objects - Google Patents

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EP1429642B1
EP1429642B1 EP20020772310 EP02772310A EP1429642B1 EP 1429642 B1 EP1429642 B1 EP 1429642B1 EP 20020772310 EP20020772310 EP 20020772310 EP 02772310 A EP02772310 A EP 02772310A EP 1429642 B1 EP1429642 B1 EP 1429642B1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47BTABLES; DESKS; OFFICE FURNITURE; CABINETS; DRAWERS; GENERAL DETAILS OF FURNITURE
    • A47B57/00Cabinets, racks or shelf units, characterised by features for adjusting shelves or partitions
    • A47B57/30Cabinets, racks or shelf units, characterised by features for adjusting shelves or partitions with means for adjusting the height of detachable shelf supports
    • A47B57/40Cabinets, racks or shelf units, characterised by features for adjusting shelves or partitions with means for adjusting the height of detachable shelf supports consisting of hooks coacting with openings
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47BTABLES; DESKS; OFFICE FURNITURE; CABINETS; DRAWERS; GENERAL DETAILS OF FURNITURE
    • A47B96/00Details of cabinets, racks or shelf units not covered by a single one of groups A47B43/00 - A47B95/00; General details of furniture
    • A47B96/14Bars, uprights, struts, or like supports, for cabinets, brackets, or the like
    • A47B96/1441Horizontal struts

Abstract

The invention relates to a shelf system for storing and archiving objects. The shelf system essentially consists of at least one shelf (1) having a rectangular cross-section with vertical longitudinal upright elements (2) arranged on the end points thereof. Horizontal cross beams (16,28) are disposed between two respective longitudinal upright elements (2) in order to fix bearing boards (5) respectively provided with a downward-oriented front face strip (15). The longitudinal upright elements (15) are provided with recesses (10) for receiving pairs of hooks (20,21,31), which are vertically and horizontally distanced and which are downward-oriented, on the cross elements (16,28). In order to guarantee high stability and load capacity of said bearing boards (5) with cross beams (16,28), the downward-oriented front face strip of the bearing board (5) can be clamped between the cross beam (16,28) and the supporting upright elements (2) of the shelf (1).

Description

The invention relates to a shelving system for storage and archiving of objects, essentially consisting of at least one shelf with rectangular Cross-section, at whose vertices vertical Longitudinal posts are arranged, with between each two end-facing longitudinal posts horizontal traverses for fastening with one each downwards Attached front side tab provided support boards and the longitudinal posts are recesses for receiving vertically and horizontally spaced and downwards Having pairs of hooks on the trusses.

There are a variety of shelves or shelving systems known whose items, such as posts, side ladders or trusses and support boards by different Attached types of attachment are. Such shelves usually have several longitudinal posts at the shelve points on which in certain vertical distances one or more horizontal Support boards are fixed on which objects and / or bulk material is stored. The Pads will be glued, welded or screwed to the longitudinal posts, the type of attachment is mostly made of material depends on which the shelf is made.

A disadvantage of such shelves or shelving systems, that these depend on the connection type, about no longer disassembled by welding or gluing or Needs of the user can be customized. Thereby Although these shelves or shelving systems have one high stability, however, is a variation of size and number of support boards on the shelf or shelving system strongly limited. Furthermore, these shelves or Shelving systems also due to their fixed connection required space volume difficult to transport.

In addition, a variety of connector systems for Shelves known in which the shelf parts, such as support boards, Long posts, traverses, etc. for example by Tongue and groove connections are connected. For some Systems, the support boards are easy on bars or Pens attached to the trusses. But this leads to a high instability of the shelving system. Screwed or connected by special fasteners Shelves or shelving systems are only great Effort can be assembled or disassembled, so that the so persons concerned have problems of dismantling or dismantling. Of Furthermore, often complicated designed fasteners required to connect the support board, the manufacturing technology are difficult to produce.

In almost purely by plug-mountable shelves or Shelving systems are usually only intersecting Struts between diagonally opposite vertices bolted to the back of the shelf. Thereby one obtains a longitudinal stability of the shelf. A certain side or depth stability is through in the Longitudinal pole usable trusses achieved with form the longitudinal posts side ladders. The connection Mostly done by glands and gusset plates.

The PCT / EP00 / 10857 shows a shelving system of the beginning said type, in which each crossbeam prestressed, upwards has open receiving pockets and each end a downward extension is formed, the at least two vertically spaced hook-like Has structure. In the receiving pockets of the Traverse are support boards or suspension parts different Can be used, the only through the receiving pockets are held in a self-clamping manner. The support boards have this high vertical end tabs to these the receiving pockets to be able to put, with the Height of the front side tabs from the depth of the receiving pockets depends. The traverse with the extensions and the receiving pockets is very expensive to produce, so that high production costs arise. The high vertical Require front side flaps of the pad boards a large material requirement also by additional flap, around the front side flaps against bending to support.

FR 2 516 770 shows a shelving system for storage and Archiving of objects, consisting essentially from at least one shelf of rectangular cross section, at its vertices vertical longitudinal posts are arranged. Between each two frontal Long posts are horizontal traverses for attachment from each with a downward end tab provided support boards attachable. The long posts have recesses for receiving vertically and horizontally spaced and down-facing pairs of Hook on the trusses on.

Furthermore, GB 422,661 discloses a similar shelving system for storage and archiving of objects. Here is the downward front side tab of the Support boards between the traverse and the carrying them Longitudinal posts of the shelf clamped. It will the front side flap of the support board between the Traverse and this carrying longitudinal posts only hooked with game. This will create a gap between the outer surface of the front side flap of the support board and the outer surface of the longitudinal post formed.

It is an object of the invention to provide a shelving system of the beginning type mentioned for the storage and archiving of To create objects with a high stability and load capacity of the support boards with the trusses is guaranteed.

According to the invention the object is achieved in that the downward facing side flap of the support board Pressed between the crossbar and these carrying longitudinal pillar of the rack against lifting the Support boards can be clamped.

The front side flap is thus directly between the traverse and the longitudinal posts are pressed, so that Any kind of support boards can be jammed that have a front side flap. Pickup bags the trusses and additional flap in the Corner areas of the support boards are no longer required. This will result in material and manufacturing costs saved. The elimination of the receiving pockets allows also the insertion of support boards different Depth and number. The connection of Traverse and Long posts with mutual clamping of the front side flap The support board ensures a high stability the shelf or shelf system, in particular for a firm lateral stability. The support board will be stable and held tight and is jammed against lifting, as result in shorter suspension travel of the holder. By the relatively low height of the front side flap of the support board can also increase the carrying capacity of the support board and thus the shelf or shelf system can be increased. This type of connection of longitudinal posts, trusses and support boards also has an advantageous effect the reduction of the material thickness and thickness of the support boards out. This in turn allows for a larger one Usable height and a larger usable volume within the range of the shelving system.

The shelving system is preferably after a certain Raster formed the shelf width, height and Depth but also the distances of the hook pairs of the traverses and their corresponding receiving openings in the longitudinal posts.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the traverse a bearing edge extending above the upper hook for the underside of the pad on and the free edge of the front side flap of the support board runs above the suspension points of the upper hooks the crossbar in the longitudinal posts. This will be short Spring travel and close to the suspension points of the upper hook realized lying pressure points of the support board. Consequently the support board lies on the smooth support edge the traverse on.

A saving of material and manufacturing costs for the support board is achieved in particular by that the height of the front side flap of the support board about the distance between the support edge and the suspension points the upper hook of the crossbar corresponds. Here are lower heights of the front side flaps of Support boards possible.

Several designs of the traverses for the shelving system are possible, with the trusses as a roof, Used intermediate or floor crossbeams of a shelf can be.

An education of the Traverse consists in that these from a basic component with pairs of upper and lower Hook exists. The traverse can be an additional Support for the end portions of the longitudinal side walls of the Have support boards. The long sides of the support board usually have folded edges or closed edges Channels for high loads on. Their end sections are based on a further stabilization of the additional edition. The pad is preferably simply folded out of the basic component. It forms a smooth continuous bridge and can be arbitrary record wide Auflageboardumkantungen. Thus form the support edge and the additional web-like support a double storage of the support board.

Preferably, the additional support is in horizontal Alignment below the mount points of the upper Hook of the traverse is formed, so that in turn short Spring travel and close to the suspension points of the hook lying Pressure points of the support board result.

To further improve the stability of the support board suspension and beyond the aesthetic design the shelving system according to the invention has the Traverse on the side directed to the longitudinal posts In addition, an upward, pocket-shaped fold on, whose upper edge in a plane with the Support edge for the support board is located. This will the front of the support board covered and to some extent closed optically. In the Installation of several support boards will also be their transition areas concealed, the otherwise always unsightly Column would be visible.

Furthermore, the additional fold on their upper end a horizontal jetty to the full or partial overlap of the upper face of the Have longitudinal posts. By this measure, the top open profile of the longitudinal posts of the shelf closed, leaving gaps or slots invisible are. The horizontal bridge on the additional fold can also be designed such that this also the gap between longitudinal posts of two adjacent ones Shelves of the shelving system covered. Instead, you can but also adapted for this purpose Inserted parts are used.

In a development of the shelving system towers upwards directed, pocket-shaped fold-over of the traverse beyond its support edge. This allows for a one a divider function to divide contiguous ones Compartments in the shelving system. On the other hand fulfilled the extended fold also a holding function for Objects, such as file folders and others flat, upright storage objects against Dropping should be saved.

Furthermore, the support edge of the traverse material characteristics or additional plug-in elements, for example button-like structures or strips, for covering the transition point of adjacent support boards to improve the aesthetic appearance and / or at the same time the stability of the shelving system to increase. Of course, instead plugging parts be used.

For better stability of the support board holder further adds that the crossbar has a bead, formed in the at least the upper hook are. In addition, the crossbar between the Longitudinal posts have a reinforcing edge. Thereby the base part of the traverse becomes more stable.

In another embodiment of the traverse exists this one of a basic component with a bottom side of it articulated and attached to the basic component wall and thus forms a receiving pocket for the front side flap of the pad board. This truss is easier in the constructive training and manufacturing, with costs and material can be saved. She is not like that suitable for high loads, such as those described above Traverse, but for certain load requirements sufficiently suitable. The basic component and the it hinged and folded wall form a double wall the traverse, the bottom of the support board rests on the upper edge of the basic component and the Front side flap of the support board both between the Basic component and the hinged wall as well as the lateral longitudinal post of the shelf is jammed. A additional stiffening bead or the like not mandatory. The double walled allows also the omission of plug-in parts or similar elements, to cover the front of the support board and protect.

According to a development of this Traverse have the Basic component of the traverse upper and lower pairs of Hook and the wall applied to the base member a lower one Pair of hooks on. Last are congruent and in contact with the lower pair of hooks in the basic component. The lower pairs of hooks of the basic component and the hinged wall are close together and grab in corresponding receiving openings in the longitudinal posts of the shelf. The bottom pair of hooks of the Basic component passes through the hinged thereto Wall, allowing a jamming of the basic component and the wall is guaranteed at the longitudinal posts.

Furthermore, the voltage applied to the base member wall of Traverse in the corner areas with notches above of the lower pair of hooks releasing the upper one Pair of hooks provided in the basic component. Thus, can on the attachment of a bead or the training of Hooks with greater depth are dispensed with since the between the basic component and the wall hinged thereto used front side tab of the support board the formed by the hook pairs wall distance, the Material thickness of the traverse corresponds, compensates. The Enable notches in the corners of the wall the insertion of the upper pair of hooks in the lateral Long posts of the shelf.

To cover the front of the support board and to protect, has the basic component of the crossbar one Height up, at least the front side flap of the support board covered.

For further stabilization of the connection of support board, Traverse and longitudinal posts of the invention Shelving system points away from the longitudinal posts Side of traverse cantilevered elements for Support for end sections of the longitudinal side walls of the support board, e.g. the end portions of the longitudinal side Folds or channels, on. This will increase the carrying capacity the support boards increased.

The projecting elements can also be separate Components, preferably support bracket, be, with the Traverse are connectable. These separate components will be bolted to the crossbar or just in For example, holes used by rows of holes of Traverse. This further stabilizes the traverse. Such support angle, about by means of it formed Hook can be hooked into the holes in the rows of holes in the crossbeam are used, especially if that is Regal possesses a great depth and / or a variety of support boards in a plane next to each other on the Traverse are stored. For example, can each have a support bracket according to a grid dimension on the traverse be attached that of these two adjacent end sections the longitudinal side walls of two support boards or a very wide overlay board between it Longitudinal side walls supported.

Similar to the traverse described above the wall of the traverse at its upper end a horizontal Bridge to the complete or partial overlap of the upper face of the Longitudinal posts are used, so that additional plug-in parts can be omitted. In addition, further holding elements be provided, which the cantilevered elements, e.g. several support brackets on a crossbeam, with each other connect, so to the stability and viability of a deep shelves continue to increase and stabilize this.

To increase the variety of applications can point the hooks of the previously described trusses different Have hook depths. This is also the Consideration of different uses, Production methods and material thicknesses of the trusses and Support boards possible.

A further advantageous embodiment of the shelving system is that the basic part of the traverse is formed extended downwards. That stands out Basic component below the support board sideways in the compartment underneath. Thus, that can Basic component the function of a divider for dividing coherent compartments in the shelving system below take over the support board. On the other hand serves the downwardly extended basic component also has a holding function for example, for file folders and other areal Objects in the lower compartment against Falling over.

A particular advantage of the shelving system according to the invention is further that the traverse from a single blank part is that with few manufacturing operations can be produced inexpensively.

According to another embodiment of the shelving system exists the traverse of a basic component with a lower side hinged to it and adjacent to the basic component Wall, thus forming a storage bag for the Front side flap of the support board, with the downwards directed front side flap of the pad board between from the basic component and the adjacent wall consist receiving pocket of Traverse is clamped.

Through this training of Traverse material and Saved manufacturing costs. Thus, the Traverse easier in constructive training and manufacturing. The front side flap of the support board both between the base member and the hinged wall as also jammed the lateral longitudinal post of the shelf. Also possible is the jamming of the front side flap of the support board only between the basic component and the hinged wall.

According to a development of the invention, the basic component the traverse has a pair of upper hooks and a pair lower pairs of hooks and the ones attached to the basic component Wall to the hook has congruent recesses. In the mounted on the shelf state the attack upper and lower hook of the basic component the recesses in the adjoining wall.

In another embodiment, the traverse is the on the basic component fitting wall of the cross member in the upper and / or lower corner areas with notches with release of the upper and lower hooks in the basic component Mistake. In particular, the notches in the lower corner areas of the basic component adjacent Wall facilitate the manufacture of the traverse. By the hinging of the wall formed on the base member folded edge can thus by a suitable pressing tool firmly pressed together without the pressing tool act on the hook formed on the base member and can damage them.

According to a further advantageous embodiment of the invention the crossbar has at least one horizontal one Row of holes for attaching goods carrier elements. The perforations of the row of holes, for example, a have square shape. Thus, there is also a pleasant aesthetic design effect of the traverse, which is further enhanced when e.g. two rows of holes with each other are formed on the crossbar and the Perforations arranged according to a specific grid are.

It is understood that the above and hereinafter to be explained features not only in the specified combination, but also in other combinations or alone usable are without the scope of the present invention leave.

The idea underlying the invention will be described in more detail in the following description with reference to exemplary embodiments which are illustrated in the drawings. Show it:

Fig.1
a perspective view of a shelf in the basic form of the shelving system according to the invention,
Fig. 2
a partial front view II of a longitudinal post of the shelf of FIG. 1,
Fig. 3
a side view of the longitudinal post of Fig. 2,
Fig. 4
a rear view of the longitudinal post of Fig. 2,
Fig. 5
a cross-sectional view along the line VV of the longitudinal post of Fig. 4,
Fig. 6
1 is a perspective side view of a shelf for a shelf according to FIG. 1, FIG.
Fig. 7
a perspective end view of the support board of FIG. 6,
Fig. 8
6 is a perspective end view of the support board according to FIG. 6 in a modified embodiment,
Fig. 9
1 is a schematic side view of a cross member for a shelf according to FIG. 1 in a first embodiment,
Fig. 10
a schematic side view of the traverse of FIG. 9 with inserted support board,
Fig. 11
9 is a schematic side view of the crossmember according to FIG. 9 with the support board inserted and fastened to a longitudinal post, FIG.
Fig. 11a
an enlarged partial view of the upper portion of the clamping connection of FIG. 11,
Fig. 12
a front view of the Traverse of FIG. 9,
Fig. 13
a schematic side view of a modified embodiment of the traverse of Fig. 9,
Fig. 14
a schematic side view of the traverse of FIG. 13 with inserted support board,
Fig. 15
13 is a schematic side view of the traverse of FIG. With inserted support board and attachment to a longitudinal post,
Fig. 16
a schematic side view of a further modified embodiment of the traverse of Fig. 9,
Fig. 17
a schematic side view of the traverse of FIG. 16 with inserted support board,
Fig. 18
16 is a schematic side view of the traverse according to FIG. 16 with inserted support board and attachment to a longitudinal post, FIG.
Fig. 19
1 is a schematic side view of a cross member for a shelf according to FIG. 1 in a second embodiment,
Fig. 20
a schematic side view of the traverse of FIG. 19 with inserted support board,
Fig. 21
a schematic side view of the traverse of FIG. 19 with inserted support board and attachment to a longitudinal post,
Fig. 21a
an enlarged partial view of the upper portion of the clamping connection of Fig. 21,
Fig. 22
a front view of the Traverse of FIG. 19,
Fig. 23
a schematic side view of a cross member for a shelving system in another embodiment,
Fig. 24
a schematic side view of the traverse of FIG. 23 with inserted support board,
Fig. 25
a schematic side view of the crossmember of FIG. 23 with inserted support board and attachment to a longitudinal post,
Fig. 25a
an enlarged partial view of the upper portion of the clamping connection of FIG. 25,
Fig. 26
a front view of the Traverse of FIG. 23,
Fig. 27
a front view of the traverse in a further embodiment and
Fig. 28
a perspective front view of the support board.

Fig. 1 shows a shelf 1 of a shelving system, which has a rectangular plan and preferably completely made of a metallic sheet material. Located at each of the corner points of the shelf 1 a vertical Längspfosten 2 with a foot 3 at its lower end. The rear two longitudinal posts 2 are crossed by two, diagonally running Struts 4 connected together, so that the shelf 1 has a length stability.

Furthermore, the respective frontal pairs from longitudinal posts 2 by several horizontally to each other spaced support boards 5 connected to each other, on stored not shown objects of all kinds become. The upper support board 5 forms a roof board, while under board 5 in compliance with a certain ground clearance forms the ground board.

Figs. 2 to 5 show an enlarged view of Area II of Fig. 1 of a longitudinal post 2. This has on its front side according to FIG. 2 to each other spaced pairs of recesses 6, which as Slits 7 are formed. In the slots 7 can not shown hanger parts are introduced, For example, paneling or special brackets for certain storage objects. Furthermore are provided spaced holes 8. At the Rear side of the longitudinal post 2 according to FIG. 4 is a further hole 9 is provided, the bore 8 at the Front of the longitudinal post 2 is aligned. These holes 8 and 9 can be screwed to any Splitting and / or fixing the longitudinal post 2 be provided on a wall.

Furthermore, the longitudinal post has 2 on its side walls a plurality of spaced apart recesses 10 on, which essentially provided the weight of the longitudinal post 2 by reducing material to reduce as well as to be described parts take. Further, as shown in FIGS. 4 and 5 can be seen is, the longitudinal post 2 as a flat band material formed rolled hollow profile, so that the finished longitudinal post 2 on its back a Gap 11 forms. The longitudinal post 2 thus has in Cross section according to FIG. 5 a substantially T-shape on.

Fig. 6 shows a perspective side view and Figs. 7 and 8 show two differently shaped Perspective frontal views of a support board 5. At each of its long sides is one down projecting longitudinal side wall 12 hinged. The lower free End of the longitudinal side wall 12 has a channel-shaped Edge 13, as shown in Fig. 7, or a longitudinally closed channel 14 of FIG. 8.

At the front sides of the support board 5 is one each downwardly projecting front side flap 15 hinged whose Height about half the height of the longitudinal side wall 12th equivalent. The support board 5 is for clamping attachment its end faces between the longitudinal posts 2 of the shelf 1 and trusses provided below to be discribed.

Figs. 9 to 12 show a different views a cross member 16 for a shelf 1 in a first embodiment, between two spaced longitudinal posts 2, which are arranged on the front side of the shelf 1, is used.

The cross member 16 has a base member 17 with a upper horizontal bearing edge 18, on the inserted Condition of the support board 5 whose underside rests. Furthermore, in the basic component 17 of the traverse 16 a bead 19 introduced. This has about the same height as the front side flap 15 of the support board 5 and but is in the inserted state of the support board 5 below the front side flap 15, wherein the End side flap 15 as shown in FIG. 10, the support edge 18th and the upper portion of the base member 17 above surrounds the bead 19.

In the area of the bead 19 is in the edge sections of Traverse 16 a pair of horizontally spaced apart formed upper hook 20, as in Fig. 12 is shown. Furthermore, at the bottom of the Basic component 17 of the cross member 16 in its edge portions another pair of lower hooks 21 formed. The upper and lower hooks 20,21 protrude according to Fig. 11 to the longitudinal posts 2 of the shelf 1. It grab the upper and lower hooks 20, 21 into those in FIG. 3 shown recesses 10 of the longitudinal posts 2 a. Thereby is the front side flap 15 of the support board. 5 between the Traverse 16 and the longitudinal posts 2 safely jammed, with the lower and upper hooks 20,21 the Traverse 16 for a firm contact pressure on the longitudinal post 2 worry. This is in the enlarged partial view as shown in Fig. 11a of the upper portion of the clamping connection shown in FIG. 11. The free runs Edge of the front side flap 15 of the support board 5 above the suspension points 22 of the upper hook 20 of the Traverse 16 in the longitudinal posts 2.

Furthermore, on the base member 17 of the cross member 16 a additional support 23 for the end portions of the longitudinal side walls 12 of the support board 5 formed in horizontal alignment below the mount points 22 of the upper hook 20 of the cross member 16 is arranged. To form the additional support 23 is the basic component 17 folded in this area. As in Figs. 10 and 11, the end portions of the longitudinal side walls are located 12 of the support board 5 in the inserted Condition on the overlay 23, leaving the support board 5 is additionally supported. Furthermore, the middle section of the base member 17 of the crossbar 16th cut out between the pair of lower hooks 21, so that these hooks 21 projecting downwards Fortsätze 24 of Traverse 16 are located. Between these extensions 24 is a horizontally extending and folded reinforcing edge 25 formed, which the crossbar 16 on stabilized.

The modified embodiment of the traverse 16 according to Figs. 13 to 15 differs from that in the Fig. 9 to 12 Traverse 16 shown in that this on the side directed towards the longitudinal posts 2 in addition an upward, pocket-shaped fold 26 has. This is hinged to the base member 17. The upper edge of the pocket-shaped folded edge 26 lies here in a plane with the support edge 18 for the support board 5. It covers the front side flap 15 of the support board 5 and simultaneously reinforces the traverse 16.

Furthermore, the formation of the bead 19 was omitted, which is not essential. Instead can e.g. the pair of upper hooks 20 a larger hook depth than the pair of lower ones Hook 21, as in the gap between the pocket-shaped folded edge 26 and the base member 17, the front side flap 15 of the support board 5 is added.

The pocket-shaped folded edge 26 can at its upper Edge area to be formed extended upward or Holes for receiving plastic plugs or spacer elements which project upwards, for example File folders and other flat, upright Storage objects, in the overlying compartment against falling over to secure.

A further modification of that shown in FIGS. 9 to 12 Traverse 16 forms the in Figs. 16 to 18 Traverse shown 16. Here, the additional Folded edge 26 at its upper end a horizontal Bridge 27 on. This serves the complete or partial Covering the upper end face of the longitudinal posts 2, around this e.g. from contamination or Protect moisture access and an aesthetic To give appearance.

Another embodiment of a traverse 28 for the Shelf 1 is shown in FIGS. 19 to 22. So far same reference numerals with respect to the previously described Traverse 16 are present, meet the associated Description parts also on the Traverse 28 too, so that repetitions are avoided.

The traverse 28 has a base member 17 with a hinged on the underside and on the basic component 17 adjoining wall 29. This creates a receiving pocket 30 formed in the assembled state shown in FIG. 20 the front side flap 15 of the support board 5 engages. The traverse 28 has, analogous to the cross member 16 according to FIGS. 9 to 18 on the base component 17 an upper one Pair of hooks 20 and a lower pair of hooks 21, which fulfill the same function as on the traverse 16. In addition, the basic component in the 17th adjacent wall 29 an additional lower pair of Hook 31, the congruent and in abutment with the lower Pairs of hooks 21 in the base member 17 are. The both pairs of lower hooks 21 and 31 engage in common in the formed in the longitudinal posts 2 recesses 10 one adapted to the shape of the hooks 20,21,31 are. To the engagement of the upper pair of hooks 20 with the longitudinal posts 2 on the wall 29 out too allow is the voltage applied to the base member 17 wall 29 of the traverse 28 in their corners with notches 32 provided above the lower pair of hooks 31. Thereby, the upper pair of hooks 20 in Basic component 17 released. For better clarity is the area visible through the notches 32 the basic component 17 shown by dashed lines. Consequently This view shows the view of the wall 29, the partially covers the base member 17.

Fig. 21a shows an enlarged partial view of the upper Section of the clamp connection of Fig. 21. In the composite Clamping connection of support board 5, traverse 28 and 2 longitudinal posts are thereby the basic component 17 and the hinged wall 29 compressed. In this case, the front side flap 15 of the support board 5 in the receiving pocket 30 of the traverse 28th taken and so between the traverse 28 and the Long posts 2 jammed and held securely. Also at In this embodiment, the free edge of the End side flap 15 of the support board 5 above the Einhängepunkte 22 of the upper hook 20 of the traverse 28th into the longitudinal posts 2.

From the base member 17 of the traverse 28 is at the of the Längspfosten 2 directed away side a projection 33 formed. On this lie the end sections of the Longitudinal side walls 12 of the support board 5 and become supported by the projection 33.

The hinged to the base member 17 wall 29 of the traverse 28 can be extended upwards at its upper edge area be formed or holes for receiving Plastic plug or spacer elements have, the stand up, for example, file folders and others flat, upright storage objects, in the overlying Secure tray against falling.

Traverse 28 according to FIGS. 23 to 27 has a basic component 17 with a hinged by folding on the underside of it and on the base member 17 adjacent wall 29th Thereby, a receiving pocket 30 is formed, in the assembled state of FIG. 24, the front side flap 15 of the support board 5 engages. The Traverse 28 has on the base member 17, an upper pair of hooks 20 as well a lower pair of hooks 31, each in horizontal as well as vertically from each other are spaced.

The hinged to the base member 17 wall 29 has recesses 34, which coincide with the basic component 17 trained hooks 20,31 are arranged. The vertical one Distance between the hooks 20,31 on the base member and the congruent recesses 34 on the wall 29th is determined by the distance of the recesses 10 to the Longitudinal posts 2 of the shelf determined.

The two pairs of upper and lower hooks 20 and 31 of the basic component 17 engage according to FIGS. 23 to 26 in the recesses 34 on the wall 29 and in the longitudinal posts 2 trained recesses 10 a.

For material savings and for the sake of better Manufacturability of the fold between the basic component 17 and hinged thereto wall 29 has the am Basic component 17 adjacent wall 29 of the traverse 28 according to Fig. 27 in its upper and lower corners Notches 32 on. The between the notches 32nd remaining portions of the wall 29 are for receipt the stiffness of the traverse 28.

Fig. 25a shows an enlarged partial view of the upper Section of the clamping connection of Fig. 25. In the state the clamping connection of support board 5, Traverse 28 and Longitudinal posts 2 are doing the basic component 17 and the it hinged wall 29 pressed together. It will the front side flap 15 of the support board 5 in the Receiving pocket 30 of the crossbar 28 and so on jammed between the traverse 28 and the longitudinal posts 2 and kept safe. The free edge of the front side flap 15 of the support board 5 runs above the Einhängepunkte 22 of the upper hook 20 of the traverse 28 in the longitudinal posts 2.

The cross member 28 is on the base member 17 with a upper horizontal support edge 18 provided, on in the inserted state of the support board 5 whose Bottom rests.

At the upper edge of the hinged to the base member 17 Wall 29 is a horizontal web 27 is provided. This serves the complete or partial coverage of the upper end face of the longitudinal posts 2, around which e.g. to protect against dirt or moisture and to give an aesthetic appearance. In these Bridge 27 can not shown openings introduced be in the e.g. Rubber plugs, plastic plugs, Spacers or other plug-in elements used that can stand up, for example File folders and other flat, upright Storage objects, in the overlying compartment against falling over to secure.

The Traverse still has two parallel horizontal rows of square holes 36, in which goods carrier elements not shown, such as hooks, Bearing plates, support bracket and the like mounted can be.

The support board 5 of FIG. 28 has at its End tabs 15 notches 35. The remaining Section of each end face tab 15 stores in the assembled Condition of the traverse 28 between the base member 17 and the hinged wall 29. It is true the front side flap 15 in the corner areas not clamped directly to the longitudinal post 2, nevertheless just made this clamp connection between the crossbar 28 and the longitudinal post 2.

List of reference numbers

1
shelf
2
longitudinal pole
3
foot
4
strut
5
supporting board
6
recess
7
slot
8th
drilling
9
drilling
10
recess
11
gap
12
Longitudinal side wall
13
fold back
14
channel
15
Front side flap
16
traverse
17
basic component
18
supporting edge
19
Beading
20
upper hook
21
lower hook
22
mount point
23
additional edition
24
extension
25
reinforcing edge
26
pocket-shaped fold
27
web
28
traverse
29
wall
30
receiving pocket
31
lower hook
32
notch
33
projection
34
recess
35
notch
36
hole

Claims (24)

  1. Shelf system for storage and filing of objects, essentially consisting of at least one shelf (1) with rectangular cross-section, at whose corners vertical longitudinal poles (2) are disposed, and between two front side longitudinal poles (2), horizontal girders (16,28) may be attached for retention of supporting boards (5), formed with descending front side flaps (15), and the longitudinal poles (15) feature gaps (10) for inserting vertically and horizontally distanced and descending pairs of hooks (20,21,31) at said girders (16,28), characterized in that said descending front side flap (15) of the supporting board (5) is firmly jammed between said girder (16,28) and its supporting longitudinal pole (2) of the shelf (1) or parts (26,29) of the girder (16,28), against suspension of the supporting board (5), whereby the basic structural component (17) of said girder (28) has a height which overlaps at least the front side flap (15) of said supporting board (5).
  2. Shelf system according to claim 1, characterized in that said girder (16,28) features a supporting edge (18) above the upper hooks (20), designed for the lower section of the supporting board (5), and the free edge of the front side flap (15) of the supporting boards (5) extends itself into the longitudinal pole (2) above the suspension points (22) of the upper hooks (20) of said girder (16,28).
  3. Shelf system according to claim 2, characterized in that the height of the front side flap (15) of said supporting board (5) corresponds approximately to the distance between the supporting edge (18) and the suspension points (22) of the upper hooks (20) of said girder (16,28).
  4. Shelf system according to the claims 1 to 3, characterized in that said girder (16) consists of a basic structural component (17) and has an additional support (23) for the end sections of the lateral walls (12) of the supporting board (5).
  5. Shelf system according to claim 4, characterized in that the additional support (23) is horizontally formed, preferentially below the insertion points (22) of the upper hooks (20) of said girder (16).
  6. Shelf system according to the claims 1 to 5, characterized in that at the side towards the longitudinal pole (2), said girder (16) features additionally an ascending pocket-like folded edge (26), whose upper edge is in a plane with the supporting edge (18) for the supporting board (5).
  7. Shelf system according to claim 6, characterized in that said additional folded edge (26) has a horizontal leg (27) at its upper end to overlap wholly or partially the upper front face of the longitudinal poles (2).
  8. Shelf system according to claim 6, characterized in that said ascending, pocket-like folded edge (26) of said girder (16) surpasses its supporting edge (18).
  9. Shelf system according to claim 2, characterized in that said supporting edge (18) of said girder (16) features stamped material sections or additional insertion elements to overlap the transition point of adjacent supporting boards (5).
  10. Shelf system according to the claims 1 to 9, characterized in that said girder (16) has a bead (19), in which at least the upper hooks (20) are formed.
  11. Shelf system according to the claims 1 to 10, characterized in that the girder (16) features a reinforcing edge (25) between the longitudinal poles (2).
  12. Shelf system according to the claims 1 to 3, characterized in that said girder (28) consists of a basic structural component (17) with a wall (29) linked onto its lower section and propped up against the basic structural component (17), thus forming an insertion pocket (30) for the front side flap (15) of said supporting board (5).
  13. Shelf system according to claim 12, characterized in that the basic structural component (17) of said girder (28) has upper and lower pairs of hooks (20,21) and the wall (29), propped up against the basic structural component (17), has a lower pair of hooks (31), which are congruent and are propped up with the lower pair of hooks (21) in the basic structural component (17).
  14. Shelf system according to claim 12 and 13, characterized in that the wall (29) of the girder (28), propped up against the basic structural component (17), features releases (32) in the corner sections above the lower pair of hooks (31), with liberation of the upper pair of hooks (20) in the basic structural component (17).
  15. Shelf system according to the claims 12 to 14, characterized in that the side of said girder (28), distant from the longitudinal poles (2), features protuberances (33) as supports for the end sections of the side walls (12) of said supporting board (5).
  16. Shelf system according to claim 15, characterized in that said protuberances (33) are separate structural components, preferably thrust blocks, which may be joined with said girder (28).
  17. Shelf system according to the claims 12 to 16, characterized in that wall (29) of said girder (28) has a horizontal leg (27) at its upper end, to overlap wholly or partially the upper front face of the longitudinal poles (2).
  18. Shelf system according to the claims 1 to 17, characterized in that said hooks (20,21,31) of said girder (16,28) have different hook depths.
  19. Shelf system according to the claims 1 to 18, characterized in that the basic structural component (17) of said girder (16,28) is formed extended in descending direction.
  20. Shelf system, according to the claims 1 to 19, characterized in that said girder (16,28) consists of a cutout.
  21. Shelf system according to claim 1, characterized in that said girder (28) consists of a basic structural component (17) with a lower, thereto articulate wall (29), propped up against the basic structural component (17), thus forming an insertion pocket (30) for the front side flap (15) of said supporting board (5), and the descending front side flap (15) of said supporting board (5) may be jammed between the insertion pocket (30) of said girder (28), composed of the basic structural component (17) and the wall(29) propped up against it.
  22. Shelf system according to claim 21, characterized in that said basic structural component (17) of said girder (28) features a pair of upper hooks (20) and a pair of lower hooks (31), and the wall (29), propped up against the basic structural component (17), has congruent gaps (34) in relation to hooks (20,31).
  23. Shelf system, according to claim 21, characterized in that wall (29) of said girder (28), propped up against the basic structural component (17), features releases (32) in the upper and/or lower corner sections, freeing said upper and lower hooks (20,31) in the basic structural component (17).
  24. Shelf system according to the claims 1 to 23, characterized in that the girder has at least one horizontal section of orifices (36) for insertion of product supporting elements.
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