EP2354368B1 - Fixing holder for wall insulation - Google Patents

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EP2354368B1
EP2354368B1 EP11151758.7A EP11151758A EP2354368B1 EP 2354368 B1 EP2354368 B1 EP 2354368B1 EP 11151758 A EP11151758 A EP 11151758A EP 2354368 B1 EP2354368 B1 EP 2354368B1
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F13/00Coverings or linings, e.g. for walls or ceilings
    • E04F13/07Coverings or linings, e.g. for walls or ceilings composed of covering or lining elements; Sub-structures therefor; Fastening means therefor
    • E04F13/08Coverings or linings, e.g. for walls or ceilings composed of covering or lining elements; Sub-structures therefor; Fastening means therefor composed of a plurality of similar covering or lining elements
    • E04F13/0801Separate fastening elements
    • E04F13/0803Separate fastening elements with load-supporting elongated furring elements between wall and covering elements
    • E04F13/0805Separate fastening elements with load-supporting elongated furring elements between wall and covering elements with additional fastening elements between furring elements and the wall

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  • The invention relates to a mounting bracket for wall insulation according to the preamble of claim 1.
  • In many areas it is necessary or sensible to additionally insulate the outer walls of a building. This can be done in such a way that insulating elements, which can be up to 160 mm thick, are attached to the outside of the building, whereupon a plaster layer can then be applied to these insulating elements, which are fixed to the wall.
  • It has also become known to install facade panels in front of the insulating elements arranged on the outer wall of a building, which have to be held on the wall of the building by means of corresponding holding devices. These holding devices for the facade panels are often designed in several parts and therefore require a relatively high level of storage, and handling is also difficult in use.
  • From the DE 71 07 253 U An anchoring kit for fastening facade panels is known, which are to be freely suspended in front of a building wall. For this purpose, brackets made of stainless steel are proposed, which consist of several individual parts as a welded construction.
  • From the DE 30 05 315 A1 a fastening part is known which can be fastened to a building wall and in turn is intended to carry a horizontally extending supporting element of a facade construction. Compared to simple angle profiles, a considerably more stable - e.g. B. more rigid - fastener can be created. For this purpose, a multi-cut and bent sheet steel element is proposed. Starting from an upright angle plate, the two legs of which form the holding plate and the support plate in the sense of the present proposal, a cut is provided in the support plate so that a portion of this support plate can be angled to form a horizontal support plate. A portion of the support plate remains that extends upward beyond the support plate. Two cuts are made in the horizontal support plate, and the sheet metal strip between them is corrugated in an S-shape, so that a clamping spring is created by punching and bending and the aforementioned horizontal supporting element of the facade construction can be clamped between the support plate and the clamping spring.
  • In practice, especially when retrofitting older buildings, it regularly happens that the building wall, in front of which the insulation and the new facade are to be installed, does not run exactly flat, but rather is bulbous or wavy. Depending on the materials from which the building wall is made if it is superficial, this can be quite inconspicuous. However, if the new facade follows this course of the old building wall, the bulge or undulation in the new facade can become clearly unacceptable. In practice, therefore, there is a desire to shorten the fastening elements that are attached to the existing building wall and that are all of the same length differently before installing the new facade. This can be done, for example, with the help of a commercially available laser device, e.g. B. a rotary laser. The then created ends of the fasteners lie in one plane, so that and the new facade mounted thereon also lies in a flat surface. Such cuts to be made on site by the fasteners, which are already mounted on the building wall, are not possible with steel fasteners. Steel fasteners are also good heat conductors.
  • From the DE 20 2007 009 780 U1 , which is considered to be the closest prior art, a mounting bracket is known which is made of plastic and is used to hold facade elements in ventilated facades. It is provided that insulation or thermal insulation is applied between the building wall and the facade elements after the mounting brackets have been attached to the building wall. In order to assemble the elements of the thermal insulation, the front edge of the fastening element, namely the front edge of the vertically oriented support plate, is designed as a cutting edge, so that a thermal insulation element can literally be impaled on the fastening element. Some ribs are provided over the height of the support plate, which are aligned horizontally and become wider towards the holding plate.
  • These generic fastening brackets can be produced economically through the choice of material for an injection-moldable plastic and the associated manufacturing process. The shortening of such a mounting bracket would result in the front cutting edge being cut off. Depending on the material used for the thermal insulation, for example in the case of fiber insulation boards, there is a possibility that the insulation board cannot be impaled if the front cutting edge is missing on the mounting bracket and the insulation panel does not have the inherent stiffness required for impaling.
  • With the mounting bracket of the DE 20 2007 009 780 U1 the support plate extends over the entire height of the mounting bracket. Bores, which are used to hold a fastener and thus to fix the mounting bracket on a building wall, are arranged in pairs on both sides of the vertical support plate in the support plate facing the building, between two adjacent horizontal stiffening ribs, which prevent the vertical support plate from buckling sideways brace.
  • From the CH 539 175 A a mounting bracket is known which has a cuboid or box-shaped body, but with an open bottom. Spacers, which are similar to the back of the body facing the building, but are available in different material thicknesses, can be used to make the effective Length, how far the body extends from the building wall.
  • The invention has for its object to improve a generic mounting bracket so that a problem-free installation of the insulation is made possible.
  • This object is achieved by a mounting bracket with the features of claim 1 or claim 2. Advantageous configurations are described in the subclaims. A ventilated facade arrangement using the proposed mounting bracket is described in claim 7.
  • In other words, a fastening bracket is proposed which has a holding plate to be fastened to the actual building wall, on which a horizontal support plate and a vertical support plate are arranged using the same material. Due to the fact that the support plate is arranged on the top of the support plate, a plate made of insulating material can easily be placed on the mounting bracket
  • The holding plate has a hole for receiving a fastener, for. B. a screw. This hole is arranged in an upper region of the holding plate, which adjoins the support plate at the top. An upright supporting element of the facade, e.g. B. a roof batten, connects to the opposite end of the mounting bracket, the horizontal support plate preferably engages in the actual insulating layer and thereby supports it. This engagement of the support plate in the insulating plate or insulating mat is practical Application facilitated by cutting this insulating plate or insulating mat with a knife or the like in the area where the support plates are to engage. Since not several ribs are provided one above the other on the same fastening element, but only the one support plate, rapid work progress is possible without any problems.
  • In the fastening flange formed by a corresponding shortening of the support plate, bores can be made which serve to receive fastening screws or the like, with which the roof battens or similar vertical supporting elements are fixed to the fastening brackets. Since the mounting bracket is made of plastic, it can also be provided in a time-saving manner that when using appropriate screws, for example so-called self-tapping screws, the vertical support element is screwed onto the mounting bracket without first drilling holes in the mounting bracket.
  • In a first embodiment of the invention it is provided that the support plate extends from the support plate on both sides in such a way that both form a T-shaped cross section. In this way, a symmetrical loading of the mounting bracket is brought about by the insulation resting on the support plate.
  • Alternatively, it can be provided in a second embodiment of the invention that the support plate extends only to one side from the support plate, so that both form a cross section which is similar to an inverted L. In this way, a particularly simple configuration of the shape is made possible in which the mounting bracket is produced so that it supports the most economical possible design of the mounting bracket. In particular, it can be provided that the support plate does not connect centrally to the holding plate, but rather connects to the holding plate on one side thereof. The shape as an inverted L enables one side of this cross-section to be placed directly on an upright supporting element of the facade without - such. B. with a T-shaped cross section - there is a lateral projection on this side of the cross section, which would hinder the application of this support element to the mounting bracket. This applies in particular after a possible shortening of the mounting bracket, if a previously provided mounting flange has been omitted, which otherwise extended as an extension of the support plate in front of the T-shaped cross section, that is, in front of the support plate of the mounting bracket.
  • In both alternative configurations, the holding plate used for fastening to the building wall is formed above the supporting plate and in the area with an increased material thickness in which it has the bore for receiving a fastening means, so that the holding plate is torn out or broken in this area is prevented, while the holding plate otherwise supports the most economical design of the mounting bracket due to a lower material thickness.
  • In order to enable the insulation to be supported as widely as possible and thereby prevent the insulating plates or insulating mats from settling, the support plate is advantageously of the same width as the holding plate, so that the fastening bracket has a certain width, which is used to the maximum extent that the support plate has this maximum width.
  • In this case, it can in particular be advantageously provided that the support plate has this maximum width over its entire length, in order to support the insulation over the largest possible area.
  • The horizontal support plate and / or the vertical support plate can advantageously, where it connects to the holding plate, with a greater material thickness than in the rest of its area, so that the required strength is achieved in this particularly highly stressed area, while otherwise the most economical design of the mounting bracket is supported by a lower material thickness.
  • At the front end of the mounting bracket opposite the mounting plate, the mounting plate can advantageously be longer than the mounting plate, so that it forms a mounting flange there. The mounting flange is used to hold and to abut a vertical support element, roof battens being mentioned as examples of such support elements only in the following. The roof battens preferably extend over the entire height of the facade to be erected. The roof battens connect to the mounting flange and can be attached to it, for. B. be screwed to it. In both a T-shaped and an L-shaped cross-sectional contour of the support and support plate, the forwardly protruding mounting flange of the mounting bracket allows the roof batten to be easily fitted either on the right or on the left side of the mounting bracket.
  • Fastening bores can advantageously be provided in the fastening flange. The holes are used to hold fasteners such. B. screws for holding the vertical supporting elements of the facade, eg. B. the roof battens mentioned. In most applications, if the mounting bracket does not have to be shortened, these holes can be used to make the roof batten particularly fast and easy to screw with the mounting bracket. Since the mounting bracket is made of plastic, new mounting holes can be easily provided on site by shortened mounting brackets, in which the factory provided mounting holes can no longer be used, z. B. by means of a cordless drill. Depending on the screws used, they can also be screwed directly through the material of the mounting flange into the vertical support element of the facade without first having to create a new hole in the mounting bracket.
  • The proposed mounting bracket has a stability that enables a rear-ventilated facade arrangement, in which the facade is not supported on the floor, but ends above the floor, i.e. is freely suspended in front of the building wall, so that only the mounting bracket bear the weight of the facade . Thus, the facade panels used protect the insulation from precipitation, keep the insulation dry and thus ensure its thermal insulation properties.
  • An air layer is provided between the facade panels and the insulation to ensure that moisture generated by condensation or other influences can be reliably removed through the ventilation. The upright supporting elements of the facade can be provided in the area of this air layer. They form a kind of fence with a multitude of upright struts, behind which the insulation is arranged. Since the insulation or insulation panels are wider than the distance between the upright support elements, the support elements ensure that the insulation panels or insulation mats remain in their specified arrangement on the building wall.
  • Embodiments of the invention are explained below with reference to the drawings and the description. The drawings show in
  • Fig. 1
    a mounting bracket, the support plate and support plate form a T in section, in
    Fig. 2
    a mounting bracket, which is reverse L-shaped with respect to the support plate and support plate in the
    3 and 4
    the arrangement of the mounting bracket on a building wall, in
    Fig. 5
    the arrangement of the mounting bracket on the actual building wall and the arrangement of the roof battens on the mounting bracket and finally in
    Fig. 6
    the overall arrangement, ie the mounting of the insulating plates by the mounting bracket.
  • In the drawings, a mounting bracket is shown in each case, which has a holding plate 1 to which a support plate 2 and a support plate 3 or 3a are connected in the same material. The support plate 3 forms a T with the support plate 2, while the support plate 3a forms an inverted L with the support plate 2.
  • In the holding plate 1, a bore 4 is provided, which for receiving one in the 3 and 4 shown mounting bracket is used, for. B. a screw 5, with which the mounting bracket can be attached to a wall part 9 of a building.
  • The actual holding plate 1 consists of an upper area 10 and a lower area 11, the support plate 3 or 3a connecting to the transition between the upper and lower areas. In this way, the required strength of the mounting bracket is achieved.
  • The mounting bracket is made of plastic, so that the entire length of the mounting bracket can be easily cut to length, as a result of which unevenness in the building wall 9 can be compensated for. At the same time can be created by machining the mounting bracket on the front of the support plate, a mounting flange 6, the holes 7, 8 for fixing the in the 5 and 6 Roof battens 12 shown, which in turn for fastening the in Fig. 6 facade panels 15 shown can be used.
    Corresponding bores 7 and 8 are provided in the mounting flange 6 or are introduced there, which is possible without any problems since the mounting bracket consists of plastic.
  • In the 5 and 6 a section of a building wall 9 to be insulated or insulated can be seen. On the building wall 9, which is formed, for example, of stones, the fastening bracket is fixed with the holding plate 1, then cut to the appropriate length in order to compensate for any unevenness in the building wall 9.
    Subsequently, insulating panels 14 are attached, leaning against the building wall 9, the inserts in the 3, 4 and 5 recognizable support plates 3 and 3a support and support the insulating plates 14 or engage in these insulating plates 14 by the insulating plates 14 can be cut into the corresponding area with a knife. This enables, among other things, a good mounting of the insulating plate 14 on the front of the building wall 9.
  • Finally, roof battens 12 are connected to the mounting brackets, specifically to the mounting flanges 6, which fix the insulating plates and, at the same time, serve to fix facade panels 15 which in Fig. 6 are partially shown. The roof battens thus define the ventilation distance between the insulation and the facade panels.
  • The facade arrangement described is self-supporting in front of the building wall 9 without being supported on the floor. The lower end of the rear-ventilated facade arrangement is formed by a perforated strip 16, which allows ventilation of the space between the rear of the facade panels 15 and the front of the insulating panels 14, and which is arranged at a distance above the floor, so that air enters the holes in the perforated strip from below 16 can occur and can vent the back of the facade panels 15 and the insulating panels 14.
  • The mounting bracket consists of only a single component, and the combination with standard roof battens 12 can be produced inexpensively. The mounting bracket allows length compensation for building inaccuracies and is ideally suited for large insulation thicknesses. Due to the fact that the fastening bracket is made of plastic, thermal bridges are avoided, the preferred procedure being that the fastening bracket is generally somewhat longer than necessary on the thickness of the insulation panels provided, in order to be able to compensate for masonry inaccuracies and to provide enough material before the insulation that enables the roof battens to be attached.

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  1. Fixing bracket for wall insulation, having at one end a vertical fixing plate (1) that can be placed against a building wall (9) and has a hole (4) in it to receive a fixing means (5), a likewise vertically oriented bearing plate (2) that extends at right angles to the fixing plate (1) and having a horizontally oriented support plate (3, 3a), wherein the fixing plate (1), the bearing plate (2) and the support plate (3, 3a) are made from plastic and are constructed as a single piece from one material, characterised in that the support plate (3, 3a) is disposed on top of the bearing plate (2), the support plate (3) extends on both sides of the bearing plate (2) in such a way that both the support plate (3) and the bearing plate (2) form a T-shaped cross-section, the fixing plate (1) is constructed thicker in the area (10) above than in the area below the support plate (3a), and the fixing plate (1) is constructed with an increased material thickness in the area in which it incorporates a hole (4) to receive a fixing means.
  2. Fixing bracket in accordance with the preamble of claim 1, characterised in that the support plate (3, 3a) is disposed on top of the bearing plate (2), the support plate (3a) extends only to one side of the bearing plate (2) in such a way that both the support plate (3a) and the bearing plate (2) form an inverted-L-shaped cross section, the fixing plate (1) is constructed thicker in the area (10) above than in the area below the support plate (3a), and the fixing plate (1) is constructed with an increased material thickness in the area in which it incorporates a hole (4) to receive a fixing means.
  3. Fixing bracket in accordance with claim 2, characterised in that the support plate (3a) and the bearing plate (2) are constructed reinforced in such a way that their walls increase in thickness towards the fixing plate (1).
  4. Fixing bracket in accordance with one or more of the foregoing claims, characterised in that the bearing plate (2) is constructed longer than the support plate (3, 3a) and with its section that projects beyond the support plate (3, 3a) forms a fixing flange (6).
  5. Fixing bracket in accordance with claim 4, characterised by fixing holes (7, 8) disposed in the fixing flange (6).
  6. Fixing bracket in accordance with any one of the foregoing claims, characterised in that the support plate (3, 3a) extends as far as the fixing plate (1) and in that the fixing bracket - with the exception of the fixing plate - is free of panels or panel sections above the support plate (3, 3a).
  7. Rear-ventilated facade assembly, having a building wall (9), a large number of facade panels (15) that are disposed at a distance in front of the building wall (9) and have their bottom edge disposed at a distance above the ground, and having a number of fixing brackets that are fastened to the building wall (9) and hold the façade panels (15) at a distance in front of the building wall (9), characterised in that the fixing brackets are constructed in accordance with any one of the foregoing claims.
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