FR2922248A1 - Sliding joinery device - Google Patents

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FR2922248A1
FR2922248A1 FR0758266A FR0758266A FR2922248A1 FR 2922248 A1 FR2922248 A1 FR 2922248A1 FR 0758266 A FR0758266 A FR 0758266A FR 0758266 A FR0758266 A FR 0758266A FR 2922248 A1 FR2922248 A1 FR 2922248A1
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Christophe Derre
Aymeric Reinert
Frederic Esclapez
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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
    • E06B3/04Wing frames not characterised by the manner of movement
    • E06B3/263Frames with special provision for insulation
    • E06B3/26347Frames with special provision for insulation specially adapted for sliding doors or windows

Abstract

The invention relates to a sliding carpentry device of the type of which the frame (100) is broken down into two connected parts (300 and 400) by strips (510 and 520) thermal break and forming a central inner portion a recess (600) adopting a U-shaped profile, notable in that the frame (100) accommodates a thermal insulation profile (700) consisting of at least two parts (710 and 720) interconnected, a first part (710) ) providing support and maintenance in position in the frame (100) and a second portion (720) substantially parallel to the bottom of the U and being positioned closer to the ends (210) of the profile of the openings (200) entering into the central recess (600), the connection between the two parts (710 and 720) being elastic while allowing the second (720) part to move towards the first part (710) and return it to its position.Applications: sliding joinery.

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SLIDING JOINERY DEVICE
FIELD OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to the field of sliding carpentry devices such as sliding windows and patio doors. DESCRIPTION OF THE PRIOR ART Conventionally, the sliding joineries are constituted by leaves or sliding glass panels 10 called opening in a fixed frame called a frame which delimits an opening closed or opened by the sliding of the opening. Said frame notably accommodates means for supporting and guiding the openings and is constituted by the mounting of a plurality of sections connected by bars of a different material in order to ensure a break in the thermal bridge likely to be constituted. by such carpentry. The frame has a central recess separating in particular the profiles 20 supporting the paths of displacement of the openings, recess which, with the connection zone between the profiles adopts the general shape of a U. This U-shape of the profile of the central recess is adopted by the entire sleeping frame. This recess, which is a zone of exchange between the profiles of the sleeping frame and between the openings, has been the subject of numerous changes in order to optimize the following functions in particular. the thermal insulation between the frame part in contact with the outside and the frame part in contact with the interior, the mounting of the openings inside the chassis, the flow of the infiltration water at the low horizontal part of the chassis. The implementations of these functions can, depending on the part of the dormant concerned, lead to contradictory characteristics. - 2 Indeed, the operation of mounting the doors in the frame requires that the opening can enjoy freedom of movement in the upper cross member of the frame to allow a movement of engagement to the top of the opening to allow its removal on the slides provided for this purpose on the bottom rail. This freedom of movement is particularly given by the dimensions of said recess which must be filled after assembly to provide insulation and to prevent disengagement. The thermal insulation and generally the protection against the external environment (dust, water, etc ...) requires the presence of a barrier or means of filling avoiding the communication between the volumes separated by the openings to insulation purposes. These barriers are conventionally implemented by sealing means capable of coming into contact with the different constituent elements to be separated. However, these barriers are likely to hinder the installation of openings in high cross or their sliding on the lower cross of the frame. Indeed, the ends of the profiles of the openings, cooperate with that of the frame and in particular partially fill the central recess U. Any barrier in the recess of the lower crossbar is likely to hinder the movement of said openings. These different functions to implement depending on the part of the frame concerned have led the designers of such facilities to offer different sealing solutions depending on the part of the frame, which has the consequence of increasing the installation time and making more complex and more expensive the device. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION The applicant has conducted research aimed at optimizing the implementation of these functions. This research has led to the design of a sliding carpentry device meeting the objectives of the invention by proposing an insulation solution that can be used on the various parts of the frame and coming into adequacy, while providing optimizing, with the above functions. According to the invention, the sliding carpentry device is remarkable in that the frame accommodates a thermal insulation profile consisting of at least two interconnected parts, a first part ensuring the support and the holding in position in the frame and a second portion substantially parallel to the bottom of the U and being positioned closer to the ends of the profile of the openings entering the central recess, the connection between the two parts being elastic by allowing the movement of the second part towards the first part and his return to position. This feature is particularly advantageous in that it is proposed with a single profile to ensure the insulation of the entire frame. Indeed, the elasticity will allow the freedom of movement necessary for the engagement of the opening in the high cross. Under the action of the profile of the opening, the second part will move closer to the first and allow the passage of said profile. Returning to the starting position not only ensures good insulation after the assembly operation is completed, but also good insulation in the other parts of the frame, such as uprights and crosspieces. Similarly, although the second part of the insulation profile is not intended to come into rest position in contact with the profiles of the openings, the elasticity will prevent the insulation profile is a drag brake if it contact occurs. This insulating profile can cover the entire length of the frame element in which it is integrated. In addition, in accordance with the objectives of the invention, the 35 - 4 insulation profile will ensure its function both in the amounts that in sleepers forming the frame. According to a particularly advantageous characteristic, the connection between the first and second parts is formed by two walls. This characteristic contributes to the partitioning of the recess and consequently to the optimization of the thermal barrier role of such a profile. According to another characteristic, said first portion is constituted by a horizontal wall bearing on the bottom of said U and whose edges form wings tending at a determined angle to approach the branches of the U in which the profile is registered. By adopting this form, the first part also participates in the partitioning of the recess. According to a particularly advantageous characteristic, the connection between the first and second parts of the profile is formed by at least one wall of elastic material. According to a preferred embodiment, the two walls are made of elastic material. According to a particularly advantageous characteristic, said second part essentially consists of a wall substantially parallel to the bottom of said U and whose edges tend to abut the branches of said U. According to other features, the sliding carpentry device is remarkable in that it adopts one or more of the following characteristics: - said connecting walls adopt at least one fold line facilitating the approach of the second part with the bottom of the U, - said second part comprises two outer projections tending to join the ends of the sliding doors in the sleeping frame. said second part and the connecting walls are made of a flexible material adopting a hardness of between 65 and 95 Shore A. The first and second parts and the connecting walls are bonded because they are produced in one and the same operation coextrusion. - The first and second parts are PVC. - The U-shaped profile formed by the frame has on its branches, an inner projection whose distance relative to the bottom of the U ensures the maintenance position of the first part by retaining its lateral branches. said thermal insulation profile is fixed on the thermal bridge breaking strip forming part of the U, this fixing is made by clipping, said thermal insulation profile forms a single piece with the rupture bar of thermal bridge forming part of the U. The basic concepts of the invention just to be exposed above in their most basic form, other details and characteristics will emerge more clearly on reading the following description and facing annexed drawings, giving by way of non-limiting example, an embodiment of a sliding carpentry frame according to the invention.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS Fig. 1 is a perspective view of an embodiment of an embodiment of a sliding opening carpentry device according to the invention, Fig. 2 is a view of a cross section. the profiles forming the upper part of the sliding door joinery of Figure 1, Figure 3 is a view of a cross section of the profiles forming the upper part of the joinery in a position illustrating the establishment of the sliding frame. DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS The drawing of FIG. 1 shows a carpentry frame ensuring the control of the opening of a window or of a French window and composed of a fixed frame 100 in which a or more glazed sliding frames 200 to move the window from a closed position to an open position and vice versa. The lower cross member 110 of the fixed frame 100 comprises slides 111 on which the sliders 200 move in translation. The drawing of FIG. 2 shows a cross section of the sections forming the upper part of the joinery of FIG. 1. This upper part comprises an upper cross member 120 of the fixed frame 100 with which cooperate the upper sections 210 of the sliding frames 200. This cross member 120 is broken down into two parts 300 and 400 connected by strips 510 and 520 of thermal break. These two parts 300 and 400 have projections 310 and 410 in the vertical plane and directed towards the center of the frame. These projections are those which, on the lower cross member of the fixed frame 100, support the slides 111 on which the sliding frames 200 move.
According to the preferred embodiment illustrated, this crosspiece 120 and generally the frame 100 adopt a symmetrical structure in a vertical plane passing through the middle of the bars 510 and 520. These vertical projections 310 and 410 towards the inside of the frame associated with the connecting zone between the two parts form a recess 600 adopting a U-shaped profile. This recess is partially filled by the branches of the profiles 210 forming the upper parts of the sliding frames 200.
According to the preferred embodiment, the sections constituting the upper cross-members of the sliding frames adopt a U-shaped profile whose branches are arranged on either side of the projections 310 and 410 formed by the profiles 300 and 400 of the frame 100. Thus, one of the branches of said U is positioned between the two projections and partially fills the recess 600. In accordance with the invention, an insulation profile 700 is inserted into this recess 600. This insulation profile 700 is constituted a first rigid portion 710 participating in its positioning and its holding in position inside the U-shaped profile and a second flexible portion 720 to fill the recess formed by said U and tending to join the ends of the branches profiles of the upper rails of the sliding frames. This second portion 720 is substantially parallel to the bottom of the U. As illustrated in the drawing of Figure 3, the insulation section 700 is remarkable in that the connection between the two parts 710 and 720 is elastic and allows the approximation of the latter thus allowing the opening engagement operation in the frame during their installation. Similarly, this elasticity allows the return to position of the second part. According to the invention, two walls 721 and 722 provide the connection between the first and second parts. In addition, the first portion 710 consists of a flat portion substantially parallel to the bottom of the U and two lateral branches 711 and 712 tending to flare to come close to the two branches of the U formed by the frame 100. According to a characteristic particularly advantageous, the two connecting walls 721 and 722 adopt a fold line L facilitating the approximation of the two parts 710 and 720 of the section 700, approximation illustrated in Figure 3 by the arrow F1. As illustrated, the second portion 720 has the shape of a convex vault whose edges 723 and 724 tend to join the branches of the U. The two lateral branches 711 and 712 of the first part 710 positioned at the bottom of the U associated with the two connecting walls 721 and 722 with the second portion 720 whose edges adjoin the branches of the U implements a partition allowing the creation of five compartments C in the U-shaped recess which optimizes the thermal insulation function of this section 700. The face of the second portion 720 facing the bottom of the U is connected to the two connecting walls 721 and 722. The opposite face has two external protrusions 725 and 726 tending to join the ends 211 of the openings 210 sliding in the frame 100 and partially filling the recess U. This feature has the advantage of reducing to a linear support the possible contact that could have place between the second part 720 and the opening. According to a preferred embodiment, said second portion and the two connecting walls are made of a flexible material adopting a hardness of between 65 and 95 shore A. Such hardness associated with a suitable profile thickness on the one hand, and fold lines and connection points judiciously positioned on the other hand, allows to achieve the desired elasticity for the insulation profile of the invention. According to a particularly advantageous embodiment, the first rigid part and the second flexible part as well as the connecting walls are linked because they are produced in one and the same coextrusion operation. Thus not only the insulation profile of the invention can be positioned in all parts of the frame, but it is also realized in one and the same manufacturing operation. The carpentry device of the invention offers a gain in both simplicity of installation and cost of manufacture. According to a preferred embodiment, the rigid portion and the flexible portion are made of PVC. According to another preferred embodiment, the profiles are made of aluminum. In order to facilitate said installation operation, the U-shaped recess formed by the frame 100 has, on its branches 310 and 410, an internal projection 311 and 411 whose distance relative to the bottom of the U ensures the holding in position of the first part 710 by retaining its lateral branches 711 and 712. Thus, during installation, these branches 711 and 712 will retract to allow the insertion of the profile 700 into the bottom of the U and then deploy to keep it in position. being in abutment against said projections thus forming a "clipping" type connection. According to a non-illustrated embodiment, said thermal insulation profile is fixed on the thermal break bar forming a portion of the U. This attachment can be made by clipping. According to another embodiment not illustrated, said thermal insulation profile forms one and the same piece with the thermal break bar forming a portion of the U. According to a particularly advantageous feature not shown, the good flow of water arriving in this area is ensured by notches of 5x60 mm made every 200 mm in said profile. It is understood that the sliding carpentry device, which has just been described above and shown, has been for the purpose of disclosure rather than limitation. Of course, various arrangements, modifications and improvements may be made to the example above, without departing from the scope of the invention as defined in the claims. For example, for reasons of tolerancing, the ribs of the various components of the thermal insulation profile are defined so that they do not come into contact with the parts of the joinery. Nevertheless, most parts of the profile can be in contact with the parts of the joinery to which it tends, without preventing their function.

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1. Sliding carpentry device of the type whose frame (100) is broken down into two connected parts (300 and 400) by thermal bridge breakage bars (510 and 520) and forming a recess (600 ) adopting a U-shaped profile, CHARACTERIZED BY THE FACT THAT the frame (100) accommodates a thermal insulation profile (700) consisting of at least two parts (710 and 720) interconnected, a first part (710) ensuring supporting and maintaining in position in the frame (100) and a second portion (720) substantially parallel to the bottom of the U and being positioned closer to the ends (210) of the profile of the openings (200) entering into the central recess (600), the connection between the two parts (710 and 720) being resilient by allowing the second (720) portion to move to the first portion (710) and return to position.
2. Device according to claim 1, CHARACTERIZED BY THE FACT THAT the connection between the first (710) and second (720) parts is formed by two walls (721 and 722).
3. Device according to claim 1, CHARACTERIZED BY THE FACT THAT said first part (710) is constituted by a horizontal wall bearing on the bottom of said U and whose edges form lateral branches (711 and 712) tending at an angle determined to approach the branches of the U in which the section (700) fits.
4. Device according to claim 2, characterized by the fact that said connecting walls (721 and 722) adopt at least one fold line (L) facilitating the approximation of the second portion (720) with the bottom of the U.
5. Device according to claim 1, CHARACTERIZED BY THE FACT THAT the connection between the first and second portions (710 and 720) of the profile (700) is formed by at least one wall of material elastic (721 and 722).
6. Device according to claim 1, CHARACTERIZED BY THE FACT THAT said second portion (720) comprises two outer projections (725 and 726) tending to join the ends (211) of the opening (200) sliding in the frame (100).
7. Device according to claim 2 and / or 5, CHARACTERIZED BY THE FACT THAT said second part (720) and the connecting walls (721 and 722) are made of a flexible material adopting a hardness of between 65 and 95 shore A hardness less than that of the first part (710).
8. Device according to claim 7, CHARACTERIZED BY THE FACT THAT the first and second parts (710 and 720) and the connecting walls (721 and 722) are connected because performed in one and the same coextrusion operation.
9. Device according to claim 8, CHARACTERIZED BY THE FACT THAT the first and second parts (710 and 720) are PVC.
10. Device according to claim 3, CHARACTERIZED BY THE FACT THAT the U-shaped section formed by the frame has on its branches (410 and 310) an inner projection (311 and 411) whose distance relative to the bottom of the U ensures the maintenance in position of the first part (710) by retaining its lateral branches (711 and 712).
11. Device according to claim 1, CHARACTERIZED BY THE FACT THAT said heat insulating section (700) is fixed on the bar (520) thermal break forming part of the U.
12. Device according to claim 1, CHARACTERIZED BY THE FACT THAT said heat insulating section (700) forms a single piece with the strip (520) thermal break forming part of the U.
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AT08017787T AT458117T (en) 2007-10-12 2008-10-10 Movable tabler element
PL08017787T PL2048315T5 (en) 2007-10-12 2008-10-10 Sliding joinery device
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