FR2712329A1 - Removable parquet element. - Google Patents

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FR2712329A1
FR2712329A1 FR9313542A FR9313542A FR2712329A1 FR 2712329 A1 FR2712329 A1 FR 2712329A1 FR 9313542 A FR9313542 A FR 9313542A FR 9313542 A FR9313542 A FR 9313542A FR 2712329 A1 FR2712329 A1 FR 2712329A1
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F15/00Flooring
    • E04F15/02Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements
    • E04F15/04Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements only of wood or with a top layer of wood, e.g. with wooden or metal connecting members
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F2201/00Joining sheets or plates or panels
    • E04F2201/01Joining sheets, plates or panels with edges in abutting relationship
    • E04F2201/0153Joining sheets, plates or panels with edges in abutting relationship by rotating the sheets, plates or panels around an axis which is parallel to the abutting edges, possibly combined with a sliding movement
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F2201/00Joining sheets or plates or panels
    • E04F2201/05Separate connectors or inserts, e.g. pegs, pins, keys or strips

Abstract

The invention relates to a dismountable parquet element consisting of a rectangular plate (1). This element comprises at least two "T" shaped connecting lugs (2) whose longitudinal branch (20) extends perpendicular to one of the banks (14) of the plate (1) and whose transverse branch (21) extends parallel to said bank (14), while it is provided under the plate, opening on the opposite side (15) and opposite said tabs (2), recesses (3) shaped in " T ", complementary to that of said tabs (2), which allows the assembly, bank against shore, two adjacent parquet elements. <BR/> Flooring. </ P>

Description

REMOVABLE PARQUET ELEMENT

  The present invention relates to a parquet element

removable.

  In many applications, removable floors are used to be placed temporarily on a floor, for example for temporary sports or cultural events, in

  sports halls or shows.

  Many types of removable floors have already been proposed. Among these, we know a parquet formed of an assembly of rectangular plates about 1.80m long and 50cm wide. On one of the large banks of these plates opens a connecting member in the form of a metal plate whose edges are raised to 90. The underside of the plates has longitudinal and transverse grooves that extend to its banks. The assembly of the parquet elements between them is effected by covering the plates, the raised edges thereof

  being housed in the grooves of the adjacent parquet floor.

  The parquet elements are intended to be arranged in staggered relation to each other, so that plates are provided

  smaller dimensions for the borders of the parquet.

  Because the grooves on the underside of the plates are open, it is necessary to provide special edge plates with not visible grooves, that is to say non-emerging. It is also possible to provide additional border elements whose function is to hide the banks of the floorboards. The object of the invention is to provide a new type of removable parquet element which, while being of a simple design and a moderate cost, does not have the disadvantage of the elements.

described above.

  This result is achieved, according to the invention, thanks to the fact that the dismountable parquet element, which consists of a rectangular plate, comprises at least two "T" -shaped connection legs whose longitudinal branch extends perpendicularly. at one of the banks of the plate and whose transverse branch extends parallel to said bank, while it is provided under the plate, opening on the opposite side and opposite said tabs, contour recesses in the form of "T", of substantially complementary shape to that of the legs, which - by interlocking tabs in the recesses - allows assembly, shore

  against the edge of two adjacent parquet elements.

  According to other advantageous features, but not limiting: - the recesses have flared entrance edges, which facilitates the establishment of tabs "T" during the nesting; - The branches of the "T" are cylindrical rods, the transverse rod, smaller diameter, passing through the longitudinal rod; - The longitudinal rod has an end portion (opposite side to the transverse rod) which is threaded, which allows to fix it by screwing to the plate; - The edge of the plate equipped with said tabs is provided with a rib which is integral with the plate, while the opposite side has a groove of complementary shape; - when the element has two fixing lugs, these

  are arranged at a quarter and three quarters of the length of the bank.

  Other features and advantages of the invention appear

  read the detailed description which will follow, made in

  reference to the accompanying drawings in which: - Figure 1 is a general view, in perspective, of a floor element; - Figure 2 is a detail view, in perspective, of a portion (torn off) of the floor element provided with a bracket; - Figure 3 is a detail view, still in perspective but from below, a portion (torn off) of the parquet element provided with a recess; FIGS. 4 and 5 are views in section along the longitudinal axis of a tab, illustrating the assembly operation of two adjacent elements; FIGS. 6 and 7 are transverse sections along planes VI-VI and respectively, VII-VII of Figure 5; FIG. 8 is a schematic top view of several

  parquet boards being assembled to each other.

  The parquet element I represented in FIG. 1 is formed of a rectangular plate composed of a set of parquet slats

  traditional juxtaposed 10, for example beech.

  As an indication, the plate 1 may have a dimension of 1m by 0.50m, and a thickness of about 20mm. One of the large banks 14 of the plate is provided with a longitudinal rib 12 which is integral with it. The opposite bank 15 is provided with a complementary groove 13, visible in FIG. 3. The other two banks of the plate comprise a

  groove 11 identical to the groove 13.

  According to an important characteristic of the invention, the plate I comprises two connecting lugs 2 which extend perpendicularly to

the bank 14.

  Each leg has the general shape of a "T".

  It is composed of two cylindrical metal rods 20, 21, which form respectively the longitudinal branch and the branch

cross-section of the "T".

  As an indication, the rod 20 has a length of the order of mm and a diameter of the order of 8 mm. The rod 21 has a length of the order of 40 mm and a diameter of about 3 mm. The rod 21 is force-fitted into a hole drilled diametrically in the end zone of the rod 20. It is arranged parallel to the plane of the

plate 1.

  As shown in Figure 4, the rod 20 is extended on the side opposite the branch 21, by a threaded portion, by which it is screwed into a hole formed in the plate 1. Its thread is advantageously of

  self-tapping type, which allows it to be screwed into a smooth hole.

  Preferably the rod 20 is centered in the thickness of the plate. On the edge 15 of the plate open recesses 3

arranged opposite the legs 2.

  Each recess 3 is intended to receive, by interlocking, and to retain the lug 2 located vis-à-vis and carried by a plate 1

  adjacent during the installation of the parquet.

  The recess 3, clearly visible in FIG. 3, is a cavity hollowed out by milling in the underside of the plate 1. It has a contour in "T" conformed to the tab 2, and a depth sufficient to allow the interlocking of this paw, and to hold it without play, or practically

without play

  The longitudinal part of the recess, which receives the branch 20, and the reference 31, its transverse part, which receives the branch 21, are designated by the reference 30. They both have flared (tuliped) entrance edges. , respectively 310, which facilitate the operation

  interlocking by centering and guiding the rods.

  In the embodiment of FIG. 1, the tabs 2 and the recesses 3 are arranged at about a quarter and three quarters of the length

banks 14 and 15.

  Referring to Figures 4 to 8, we will now explain how is the assembly of a floor element

  with other elements already laid.

  As seen in Figure 8, the different elements are placed in staggered rows. The element Id to put in place is intended to position itself, by one of its long sides, astride two adjacent elements la and lb of a row of elements already laid, and by one of its

  small sides against an element lc of the current row.

  The transport and handling of the plates, for their implementation, are easy because the "T" shape of the tabs 20 allows the operator to easily grasp. They play somehow the

role (annex) of handles.

  On the left side of Figures 4 and 5, there is shown the edge of the element la already placed on the floor 100, this floor being for example a concrete surface. On the right side of these figures, the

  corresponding edge of the element I d to put in place.

  The operator grasps the element 1d and brings it closer to the elements 1a and 1b already laid while sliding its edge 16 against the corresponding edge 17 of the element 1c. It performs this operation by manipulating the plate while it is inclined with respect to

  horizontal, as shown in Figure 4.

  The element lId being laterally in abutment against the element lc already laid, the recesses 3 are in front of the legs 2 of the elements

  la and lb, during this operation.

  The element ld is close to the elements la, lb, as

symbolized by the arrow f.

  When the element 1d comes into contact with the element 1a, the groove 13 of the element 1d engages against the rib 12 of the element 1a. It is then sufficient to place the element ld on the ground, in the direction of the arrow g. In

  performing this operation, the recess 3 comes to take place automatically.

  only on the leg 2 of the element Id since these are arranged opposite each other. The tulip 300, 310 provided at the entrance of the walls of the cavities 30 and 31 facilitates this interlocking, achieving self-centering

legs in their accommodation.

  Once the installation is done, the elements la and ld

  occupy the positions illustrated in Figures 5 to 7.

  It should be noted that when two elements of one and the same row have been laid, for example the elements lc and ld, a false tongue known per se is introduced, the space generated by the grooves presented by the small banks 16 and 17 of the elements. of parquet. The function - well known - of this false tongue is to maintain exactly bordering adjacent elements so that there is no solution of continuity in the surface of the floor and the weight solicitations

  acting on an element are transmitted to neighboring elements.

  Of course, the operation described above is repeated for

  cover the entire ground to be equipped.

  The parquet elements being staggered, it is necessary to provide small elements in the row ends. These elements have a single leg and a corresponding recess, since their length is half that of the elements.

which have just been described.

  It goes without saying that the choice of dimensions and materials of the parquet element according to the invention will be made according to the different constraints to which the floor will be subjected. Once the floor is completely laid, the connecting elements are perfectly invisible. The cohesion of the parquet elements between them is perfect, both horizontally and vertically.

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  1. demountable parquet element, which consists of a rectangular plate (1), characterized in that it comprises at least two connecting legs (2) in the form of "T", the longitudinal branch (20) extends perpendicular to one of the banks (14) of the plate (1) and whose transverse branch (21) extends parallel to said bank (14), while it is provided under the plate, opening on the opposite bank (15) and opposite said tabs (2), recesses (3) of contour in the form of "T", of a shape substantially complementary to that of the tabs, which - by fitting tabs (2) in the recesses (3) - allows assembly,
  bank against shore, two adjacent parquet elements.
  2. floor element according to claim 1, characterized by
  the fact that said recesses (3) have flared entrance edges (300, 310).
  3. Parquet element according to claim I or 2, characterized in that said longitudinal branch (20) is a cylindrical rod which is traversed by the transverse branch (21), the latter
  being also a cylindrical rod, of smaller diameter.
  4. Parquet element according to claim 3, characterized in that the cylindrical rod (20) constituting the longitudinal branch has a threaded end portion (22) for fixing it by
screwing to the plate (1).
  Parquet element according to one of Claims 1 to 4,
  characterized in that the edge (14) of the plate equipped with said legs, is provided with a rib (12) which is integral with the plate, while the shore
  opposite has a groove (13) of complementary shape.
  6. Parquet element according to one of claims I to 5 which
  has two legs (2), characterized in that they are arranged at a quarter and three quarters of the length of the side (14)
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