FR2940991A1 - Reinforced slab for forming flat tiled floor i.e. modular monoblock tiled floor, utilized to support heavy loads e.g. electrical cabinets, in building, has plates integrated to each other to form lug along entire or part of sides of slab - Google Patents

Reinforced slab for forming flat tiled floor i.e. modular monoblock tiled floor, utilized to support heavy loads e.g. electrical cabinets, in building, has plates integrated to each other to form lug along entire or part of sides of slab Download PDF

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FR2940991A1
FR2940991A1 FR0900179A FR0900179A FR2940991A1 FR 2940991 A1 FR2940991 A1 FR 2940991A1 FR 0900179 A FR0900179 A FR 0900179A FR 0900179 A FR0900179 A FR 0900179A FR 2940991 A1 FR2940991 A1 FR 2940991A1
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04DROOF COVERINGS; SKY-LIGHTS; GUTTERS; ROOF-WORKING TOOLS
    • E04D11/00Roof covering, as far as not restricted to features covered by only one of groups E04D1/00 - E04D9/00; Roof covering in ways not provided for by groups E04D1/00 - E04D9/00, e.g. built-up roofs, elevated load-supporting roof coverings
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E01CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS, RAILWAYS, OR BRIDGES
    • E01CCONSTRUCTION OF, OR SURFACES FOR, ROADS, SPORTS GROUNDS, OR THE LIKE; MACHINES OR AUXILIARY TOOLS FOR CONSTRUCTION OR REPAIR
    • E01C5/00Pavings made of prefabricated single units
    • E01C5/22Pavings made of prefabricated single units made of units composed of a mixture of materials covered by two or more of groups E01C5/008, E01C5/02 - E01C5/20 except embedded reinforcing materials
    • E01C5/223Pavings made of prefabricated single units made of units composed of a mixture of materials covered by two or more of groups E01C5/008, E01C5/02 - E01C5/20 except embedded reinforcing materials on prefabricated supporting or prefabricated foundation units, except coverings made of layers of similar elements
    • 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
    • E04F15/02177Floor elements for use at a specific location
    • E04F15/02183Floor elements for use at a specific location for outdoor use, e.g. in decks, patios, terraces, verandas or the like
    • 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
    • E04F15/024Sectional false floors, e.g. computer floors
    • E04F15/02405Floor panels
    • E04F15/02417Floor panels made of box-like elements
    • E04F15/02423Floor panels made of box-like elements filled with core material
    • 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
    • E04F15/024Sectional false floors, e.g. computer floors
    • E04F15/02447Supporting structures
    • E04F15/02458Framework supporting the panels
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01QANTENNAS, i.e. RADIO AERIALS
    • H01Q1/00Details of, or arrangements associated with, antennas
    • H01Q1/12Supports; Mounting means
    • H01Q1/1242Rigid masts specially adapted for supporting an aerial
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E01CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS, RAILWAYS, OR BRIDGES
    • E01CCONSTRUCTION OF, OR SURFACES FOR, ROADS, SPORTS GROUNDS, OR THE LIKE; MACHINES OR AUXILIARY TOOLS FOR CONSTRUCTION OR REPAIR
    • E01C2201/00Paving elements
    • E01C2201/12Paving elements vertically interlocking

Abstract

The subject of the invention is a reinforced slab intended to produce a flat slab characterized in that it comprises a first plate and a second plate each comprising respectively an upper face, a lower face and a peripheral face connecting said upper and lower faces, and in that the first and second plates are interconnected by being superimposed so as, on the one hand, to bring the lower face of the first plate into contact with the upper face of the second plate and, on the other hand, form a heel support along each side of the slab.

Description

The present invention relates to a reinforced slab capable of being assembled easily and securely to constitute a one-piece paving for supporting heavy structures such as electrical cabinets, radio racks, etc., as well as the associated one-piece pavement. In particular in the context of the deployment and redevelopment of their mobile sites, many contractors, such as mobile operators, impose in their specifications on radio bays, that they are installed horizontally on, for example, roof terraces and so as to have a vibrational decoupling between the radio bays and the roof. For this, it is conventionally carried out on the roof terrace concrete pads, on which there is a structure in commercial laminated metal girders for example of the IPE, HEA or HEB type. On said structure, antivibration pedestals are fixed to support and maintain in position said radio bays.

The main disadvantage of this type of installation is the weight and / or the implementation of the various components of the laying plan radio bays. Indeed, on roofs generally located in height, the use of construction equipment and handling, to achieve the concrete pads and route the beams and other materials on said roofs, can take time and be particularly expensive. In addition, the realization of the pads requires partially cutting and then reconstructing the roof sealing generally obtained by welding bituminous sheets between them and the roof. This sealing operation around the pads is always delicate. Finally, if it is desired to dismantle the installation, the concrete pads remain permanently on the roof DEOLI1-FR-2 CONTINUED NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES.RG / CD - 2 - may generate a risk of accident. The present invention aims to overcome these various disadvantages by providing a reinforced slab, lightweight, inexpensive and easy to implement to form a flat monobloc pavement. In this respect, the subject of the present invention is a reinforced slab intended to produce a flat slab capable of supporting heavy loads that is remarkable in that it comprises a first plate and a second plate, said first and second plates respectively comprising an upper face, a lower face parallel to said upper face and a peripheral face connecting said upper and lower faces to each other, said upper and lower faces being in the general quadrilateral shape, and in that the first and second plates are joined to one another by being superimposed on each other; on the one hand, to bring the lower face of the first plate into contact with the upper face of the second plate and, on the other hand, to form a bearing heel along all or part of each of the sides of the plate. the slab. The present invention also relates to a monoblock pavement, removable, modular remarkable in that it comprises slabs, such as those described above, fixed securely to each other non-permanently by means of assembly. Another characteristic of the one-piece paving, according to the invention, is that it can receive on its underside an antivibratile resilient to obtain an antivibration decoupling. A final feature of the one-piece paving is that it is completely removable and therefore non-permanent and can easily adapt to specific environments such as roofs with chimneys.

DEOLI1-FR-2_SUITE NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES_RG / CD - 3 - We will describe hereinafter by way of non-limiting example, an embodiment of the present invention, with reference to the accompanying drawing in which: - Figure 1 is a view 2 is a vertical sectional view of the first variant slab along the axis II-II 'of FIG. 1; FIG. 3 is a plan view of a first variant of a slab according to the invention; 1 is a top view of a first pavement variant according to the invention; FIG. 1 is a vertical sectional view of the pavement along the axis IV-IV 'of the east; a view from above of a second variant of a slab according to the invention, 6 - the second variant figure 5, - the figure is a vertical sectional view of the slab along the axis VI-VI ' 7 is a top view of a second variant of pavement according to the invention; FIG. 8 is a perspective view of a first element; of the assembly means of the second variant of paving, - Figure 9 is a perspective view of a second element of the assembly means of the second pavement variant, - Figure 10 is a vertical sectional view of a first variant of the assembly means of the second pavement variant along the axis XX 'of FIG. 7; FIG. 11 is a vertical sectional view of a second variant of the assembly means of the second paving variant along the axis XX 'of Figure 7. Hereinafter will be described use in a horizontal position on a roof terrace of the reinforced slab.

DEOLI1-EN-2_SUITE NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES_RG / CD - 4 - It goes without saying that this slab can also be used on other surfaces than terrace roofs. With reference to FIGS. 1 to 2, the first variant of reinforced slab 1, according to the invention, comprises a first plate 2 and a second plate 3, said first and second plates 2, 3, whose horizontal section is in general shape. of quadrilateral, are secured and superimposed so as, on the one hand, have the first plate 2 located above the second plate 3 and, on the other hand, form a support heel 4 along all or part each of the sides of the assembly consisting of said first and second plates 2, 3. The first plate 2 is a horizontal plate having an upper face 21, a lower face 22 parallel to said upper face 21 and a peripheral face 23 connecting said upper and lower faces 21, 22 between them. The upper and lower faces 21, 22 preferably have a general shape of square. In addition, the first plate 2 comprises at least one orifice 24 with an axis generally perpendicular to its upper face 21 and situated in the vicinity of each of the edges of said upper face 21, said orifice 24 passing through said first plate 2 from one side to the other. The orifice 24 is preferably a generally cylindrical hole having a milling on the upper face 21 of the first plate 2. In a preferred embodiment, the first plate 2 has 2 orifices 24 along each edge of its upper face. 21. The second plate 3 is similar to the first plate 2. Thus, it is a horizontal plate having an upper face 31, a lower face 32 parallel to said upper face 31 and a peripheral face 33 connecting said upper and lower faces 31, 32 between them. The upper and lower faces 31, 32 have

DEOLI1-FR-2 _SUITE NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES_RG / CD - 5 - preferably a general form of square. However, the second plate 3 is of smaller size than the first plate 2, so that, when the latter are secured together by being superimposed, the peripheral face 33 of the second plate 3 is set back relative to the peripheral face 23 of the first plate 2 to form a support heel 4 along each of the edges of the assembly constituted by the first and second plates 2, 3.

The support heel 4 is thus formed by the peripheral portion of the first plate 2 protruding from the second plate 3. The orifices 24 are formed in the peripheral portion of the first plate 2 protruding from the second plate 3 and therefore in the heel 4. For reasons of lightness and mechanical strength, the first and second plates 2, 3 are advantageously made of composite material. Thus, in a preferred embodiment, the interior of each of the first and second plates 2, 3 is a preferably honeycomb reinforced structure; its vertical peripheral edges comprise a layer of resin and the assembly thus obtained is preferably covered by a binder material such as structuring glue and / or a fibrous fabric, for example glass fabric. The edges provided with the resin layer make it possible to produce the smooth orifices 24 without altering the reinforced structural plate. To constitute the slab 1, the lower face 22 of the first plate 2 is placed on the upper face 31 of the second plate 3. In order to secure the first and second plates 2, 3, structuring glue will have been advantageously deposited beforehand. between said first and second plates 2, 3.

DEOLI1-FR-2 CONTINUED NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES_RG / CD - 6 - To obtain the same support heel 4 all around the slab 1, advantageously place the lower face 22 of the first plate 2 on the upper face 31 of the second plate 3 so that the centers of said faces are merged. The center of the faces is the intersection of the diagonals. Any other means may be used to secure the first and second plates 2, 3, such as for example bolts, without departing from the scope of the present invention. This first variant of the reinforced slab 1, according to the invention, is intended to be assembled with the like to form a first version of flat monoblock pavement 5 can withstand heavy loads such as electrical cabinets or radio racks. With reference to FIGS. 3 and 4, in order to constitute the first variant of paving 5, a plurality of slabs 1 such as those previously described by means of assembly means 6 must be securely and non-permanently assembled. The assembly means 6 consist of a grid of profiles 7 and fastening means 8. The grid of profiles 7 is such that it allows to fix the slabs 1 on said grid bearing on their support heels 4 so as to have their second plate 3 between the sections 7 and 1a portion of the lower face 22 of their first plate 2 located around their second plate 3 resting on the top of the profiles 7.

Each profile 7 is preferably a rectangular section tube made of light alloy of aluminum type and adapted to receive the portion of the lower face 22 of the first plate 2 of the two slabs 1 disposed on either side of said profile 7.

DEOLI1-ER-2_SUITE NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES RG / CD - 7 - The fastening means 8 are preferably composed of threaded inserts 9 fixed in the profiles 7 and screws (not shown), advantageously countersunk, suitable for insertion into each of the orifices 24 of the first plate 2 of each slab 1 and to cooperate with the inserts 9 to securely hold each slab 1 on the cross section of profiles 7 and thus form a tiling 5 integral and resistant. With reference to FIGS. 5 to 6, a second variant of reinforced slab 11 according to the invention will now be described. This second variant slab 11 also comprises a first plate 12 and a second plate 13. Said first and second plates 12, 13, whose horizontal section is in the general shape of a quadrilateral, are secured and superimposed so as to on the other hand, have the first plate 12 situated above the second plate 13 and, on the other hand, form a support heel 14 along all or part of each of the sides of the slab 11. However, in this second Alternatively, the first plate 12 and the second plate 13 are identical and are horizontal plates respectively having an upper face 121, 131, a lower face 122, 132 parallel to said upper face 121, 131 and a peripheral face 123, 133 connecting said upper and lower faces 121, 122; 131, 132 between them. The upper and lower faces 121, 122; 131, 132 are preferably a general form of rectangle. In addition, each of the first and second plates 12, 13 respectively comprise at least one orifice 124, 134 of axis generally perpendicular to their upper face 121, 131 and situated in the vicinity of each of the vertices of said upper faces 121, 131, orifice 124 passing through said first and second

DEOLI1-FR-2_SUITE NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES_RG / CD - 8 - plates 12, 13 from one side to the other. In addition, each of the longitudinal portions of the respective peripheral faces 123, 133 of the first and second plates 12, 13 comprises a notch 125, 135 centered generally rectangular whose length is slightly greater than the width of said first and second plates 12, 13. the same reasons for lightness and mechanical strength, the first and second plates 12, 13 are advantageously made of composite material and in a similar manner to that described above. To constitute the slab 11, the lower face 122 of the first plate 12 is concentrically placed on the upper face 131 of the second plate 13 and by orienting said first and second plates 12, 13 so that their respective longitudinal edges are perpendicular. To secure the first and second plates 2, 3, it will be advantageously deposited beforehand structuring adhesive between said first and second plates 12, 13 on the surfaces in contact. Thus constituted, the slab 11 comprises a heel 14 formed by the free portions of the first and second plates 12, 13, that is to say the lateral portions of the first and second plates 12, 13 which respectively protrude from the second and first plates 13, 12. In this configuration, the support heel 14 is not continuous and is part of the first plate 12 and the second plate 13, which allows to come abut the slab 11 with a similar. The respective orifices 124, 134 of the first and second plates 12, 13 are therefore located in the free portions of said first and second plates 12, 13. Referring to FIG.

DEOLII-FR-2_SUITE NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES_RG / CD - 9 - first variant of paving 15 a plurality of slabs 11 such as those previously described must be securely assembled by means of assembly means 16. To assemble two slabs 11, a first slab 11 on a flat surface, for example a roof terrace, then presents a second by rotating it by 90 ° and so as to bring into contact the lower face of one of the portions of the support heel 14 of the first plate 12 of the second slab 11 on the upper face of one of the portions of the bearing heel 14 of the second plate 13 of the first slab 11 and by embedding the ends of said heel portions 14 in the notches 125, 135 associated . Thus, the end of the heel portion 14 of the first plate 12 of the second slab 11 will be embedded in one of the notches 125 of the first plate 12 of the first slab 11 and the end of the portion of the slab 11. heel 14 of the second plate 13 of the first slab 11 will be embedded in one of the notches 135 of the second plate 12 of the second slab 11. It is likewise to position the slabs 11 adjacent, knowing that each slab 11 is rotated 900 relative to the adjacent slab 11. Thus, each slab 11 is rotated 90 ° relative to the adjacent slabs 11 and is positioned to bring the lower face of the portions of the support heel 14 of its first plate 12 and the upper face of the portions of the heel d support 14 of its second plate 13 with respectively the upper face of the portions of the support heel 14 of the second plate 13 and the lower face of the portions of the support heel 14 of the first plate 12 of adjacent slabs 11 and recess the ends of said heel portions 14 in the notches 125, 135 associated.

DEOLI1-FR-2_SUITE NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES_RG / CD - 10 - Given the shape of the slabs 11 and their method of assembly, it is understood that once the slabs 11 in position, there is an empty space 17 of horizontal section overall square at each corner of said slabs 11 With reference to Figures 7 to 11, after positioning 4 slabs 11 having a corner in common, we can block the assembly constituted by an assembly means 16 disposed in said common corner. The assembly means 16 comprises a first element 161 and a second element 162 and a plurality of fasteners (not shown) of said first and second elements 161, 162 between them. According to a first embodiment shown in FIG. 8 of the assembly means 16, the first element 161 advantageously comprises a horizontal plate 163, a central tube 164 perpendicularly derived from the vicinity of the middle of the upper face of said plate 163 and four tubes. 165 issuing perpendicularly from the upper face of said plate 163 and disposed at each vertex of a square. The plate 163 is advantageously a metal plate of square horizontal section. The central tube 164 is advantageously a hollow metal tube of square section adapted to cooperate with the empty space 17 located in the common corner of the slabs 11 and whose length is at most equal to the thickness of said slabs 11. The tubes 165 are advantageously cylindrical tubes having a longitudinal thread and being able to cooperate with the orifices 124, 134 respective adjacent slabs 11. The length of the tubes 165 is at most equal to the thickness of said slabs 11 The plate 163, the central tube 164 and the tubes 165 are preferably assembled by welding.

DEOLII-FR-2_SUITE NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES_RG / CD - 11 - The second element 162 (shown in Figure 9) of the assembly means 16 comprises a plate 166 horizontal, a central tube 167 perpendicularly derived from the vicinity of the middle of the upper face of said platinum 166.

The plate 166 is preferably a metal plate of square horizontal section having in the vicinity of each of its apices an opening 168 opening. For economic reasons, the plates 163, 166 of the first and second elements 161, 162 have the same dimensions. The central tube 167 is advantageously a hollow metal tube of square section adapted to cooperate with the central tube 164 of the first element 161 and its length is strictly less than that of said central tube 164.

Finally, the fastening means of the assembly means 16 are advantageously a screw capable of cooperating with the tapping of the tubes 165, said screw being preferably with a domed head to avoid forming too much roughness on the surface of the pavement 15 and risk to hurt the operators. The plate 166 and the central tube 167 are preferably assembled by welding. Then to block the slabs 11 between them, is introduced from below the slabs 11 the first element 161 simultaneously in the empty space 17 and the orifices 124, 134 respective slabs 11 adjacent. Next, the second element 162 is placed opposite the other side of the slabs 11, introducing the central tube 167 into the central tube 164 of the first element 161. Finally, to block the slabs 11 between them, a fixing member in each orifice 168 of the second member 162 and are screwed into the tapping of the tubes 165 of the first member 161 to clamp said first and second members 161, 162 together and so

DEOLII-EN-2_SUITE NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES_RG / CD - 12 - block the slabs 11 in relation to each other. For paving 15, at each corner of the slabs 11, there is preferably an assembly means 16. According to a second embodiment of the assembly means 16 and with reference to FIG. 11, the central tube 164 of the first element 161 has a length much greater than the thickness of the slabs 11 and serves as a post that can be used for a railing, for example. In this configuration, the second element 162 is positioned in the other direction and the second central tube 167 has a larger section to allow the introduction of the first central tube 164. Thus, one obtains, thanks to the embedding of slabs 11 between them and their blocking with the assembly means 16, a tiling 5 integral and resistant. The pavement 5, 15, according to the invention, can make it possible to obtain an antivibration decoupling between the charges that it supports and the surface on which it is arranged by placing on its underside an antivibratile resilient. The two pavement variants 5, 15 are mainly of interest because, on the one hand, they provide a great degree of modularity, for example by making it possible to modify at any time the dimension of said pavements 5, 15 or to easily bypass existing obstacles such as pylons. or other chimneys and, secondly, they are completely removable and leave no residue after disassembly, such as concrete pads, for example. The two variants of pavements 5, 15 are mainly intended to be placed on a roof terrace but they can also be used for other purposes. Thus, to achieve a flat pavement likely to receive equipment such as type, we can have one of the two variants on a bed of

DEOLI1-FR-2_SUITE NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES_RG / CD - 13 - Sand instead of a slab made of concrete with reinforcement. Finally, the slabs 1, 11 are, in order not to increase their weight, preferably of dimensions of the order of 500 mm by 500 mm. However, these dimensions can be modified without departing from the scope of the present invention. Finally, it goes without saying that the present invention is not limited to the embodiments described; but it can be modified or adapted according to the needs or special requirements, without departing from the scope of the invention. DEOLI1-FR-2 CONTINUED NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES_RG / CD

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  1. CLAIMS1 - Reinforced slab (1, 11) intended to produce a flat slab capable of withstanding heavy loads, characterized in that it comprises a first plate (2, 12) and a second plate (3, 13), said first and second plates (2, 3) (12, 13) having respectively an upper face (21, 31) (121, 131), a lower face (22, 32) (122, 132) parallel to said upper face (21, 31) (121, 131) and a peripheral face (23, 33) (123, 133) connecting said upper and lower faces (21, 31, 22, 32) (121, 131, 122, 132) to one another, said upper faces (21, 31) (121, 131) and lower (22, 32) (122, 132) being generally quadrilateral in shape, and in that the first and second plates (2, 3) (12, 13) are interconnected by being superimposed so as, firstly, to bring into contact the lower face (22, 122) of the first plate (2, 12) and the upper face (31, 131) of the second plate (3, 13) and, on the other hand, form a bearing heel 20 (4, 14) along all or part of each side of the slab (1, 11).
  2. 2 - Slab (1) according to the preceding claim, characterized in that the first and second plates (2,
  3. 3) are made of composite material. 3 - slab (1) according to any one of claims 1 or 2, characterized in that the first and second plates (2, 3) are of square section and in that the second plate (3) is smaller dimension that the first plate (2), so that when the latter are secured to each other by being superimposed, the peripheral face (33) of the second DEOLII-FR-2_SUITE NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES_RG / CD-15 - plate (3) ) is recessed relative to the peripheral face (23) of the first plate (2) to form the support heel (4) along each edge of the slab (1).
  4. 4 - Slab (1) according to the preceding claim, characterized in that it comprises at least one orifice (24) of axis generally perpendicular to the upper face (21) of its first plate (2) and located in the vicinity of each edges of said upper face (21) and therefore in the support heel (4), said orifices (24) passing through said first plate (2) from one side to the other.
  5. 5 - Slab (11) according to any one of claims 1 or 2, characterized in that the first and second plates (12, 13) are identical rectangular section and in that each of the longitudinal portions of their peripheral faces (123, 133) comprises a notch (125, 135) centered, generally rectangular, whose length is slightly greater than the width of said first and second plates (12, 13).
  6. 6 - Slab (11) according to the preceding claim, characterized in that the first and second plates (12, 13) are interconnected by being superimposed concentrically and so that their respective longitudinal edges are perpendicular and that the first and second plates (12, 13) comprise free portions respectively protruding from the second and first plates (13, 12).
  7. 7 - slab (1) according to the preceding claim, characterized in that the heel (14) is formed by the free portions of the first and second plates (12, 13).
  8. 8 - Slab (11) according to any one of claims 5 to 7, characterized in that each of the first and second plates (12, 13) respectively comprise at least one orifice (124, 134) of axis generally perpendicular to their upper face (121, 131) and located adjacent each of the vertices of said upper faces (121, 131), said orifice (124, 134) passing through said first and second plates (12, 13) from one side to the other.
  9. 9 - Paving (5) monobloc modular designed to withstand heavy loads, characterized in that it comprises slabs (1), according to any one of claims 1 to 4, fixed securely to each other non-permanently by means assembly (6).
  10. 10 - Paving (5) according to the preceding claim, 20 characterized in that the connecting means (6) consist of a grid of profiles (7) and fastening means (8).
  11. 11 - Tile (5) according to the preceding claim, 25 characterized in that the grid of profiles (7) is such that it allows to fix the slabs (1) on said grid bearing on their support heels 4 so to have their second plate (3) between the profiles (7). 30
  12. 12 - Paving (5) according to any one of claims 10 to 11, characterized in that the fastening means (8) are preferably composed of threaded inserts (9) fixed in the profiles (7) and suitable screws to be introduced into each of the orifices (24) of the first DEOLI1-FR-2 SUITE NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES_RG / CD- 17 - plate of each slab (1) and to cooperate with the inserts (9) to securely hold each slab (1) on the grid of sections (7).
  13. 13 - pavement (15) monobloc modular designed to withstand heavy loads, characterized in that it comprises slabs (11), according to any one of claims 5 to 8, fixed securely to each other non-permanently by means assembly (16) disposed at each corner of the slabs (11).
  14. 14 - Paving (15) according to the preceding claim, characterized in that each slab (11) is rotated by 900 relative to the slabs (11) adjacent and is positioned to bring into contact the lower face of the portions of the heel of support (14) of its first plate (12) and the upper face of the portions of the bearing heel (14) of its second plate (13) with respectively the upper face of the portions of the support heel (14) of the second plate (13) and the lower face of the portions of the bearing heel (14) of the first plate (12) of adjacent slabs (11) and to embed the ends of said heel portions (14) in the notches (125, 135 ) associated.
  15. 15 - Tile (15) according to the preceding claim, characterized in that it determines a void space (17) at each corner of the slabs (11).
  16. 16 - Tile (15) according to any one of claims 13 to 15, characterized in that the connecting means (16) comprises a first member (161) and a second member (162) and a plurality of members of attaching said first and second elements (161, 162) to each other.
  17. 17 - Paving (15) according to the preceding claim, characterized in that the first element (161) advantageously comprises a plate (163) horizontal, a central tube (164) perpendicularly derived from the vicinity of the middle of the upper face of said plate ( 163) and adapted to cooperate with the empty space (17), and four tubes 165 perpendicularly derived from the upper face of said plate 163, having a longitudinal thread and being able to cooperate with the orifices (124, 134) respective slabs (11) adjacent.
  18. 18 - Tile (15) according to the preceding claim characterized in that the second element (162) comprises a plate (166) of horizontal horizontal square section having in the vicinity of each of its apices an orifice (168), a central tube (167). ) derived perpendicularly from the vicinity of the middle of the upper face of said plate (166) and adapted to cooperate with the central tube (164) of the first element (161).
  19. 19 - Tile (15) according to the preceding claim characterized in that the fasteners are adapted to cooperate with the tapping of the tubes (165) of the first element (161) passing through an orifice (168) of the second element (162) for clamping said first and second members (161, 162) together and thereby blocking the slabs (11) relative to one another.
  20. 20 - Paving (15) according to any one of claims 17 to 19, characterized in that the central tube (164) of the first element (161) can serve as a post. DEOLII-EN-2_SUITE NOTIFICATION IRREGULARITES_RG / CD
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