JP2004300731A - Wall panel connection structure - Google Patents

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JP2004300731A
JP2004300731A JP2003094062A JP2003094062A JP2004300731A JP 2004300731 A JP2004300731 A JP 2004300731A JP 2003094062 A JP2003094062 A JP 2003094062A JP 2003094062 A JP2003094062 A JP 2003094062A JP 2004300731 A JP2004300731 A JP 2004300731A
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Naoto Miura
Hitoshi Sasaki
Mitsumasa Suzuki
Masataka Wakamatsu
直人 三浦
仁 佐々木
正挙 若松
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a wall panel connection structure which exhibits excellent design, contributes to shortening of the construction period, and ensures high water cutoff performance by preventing infiltration of water caused by capillarity.
SOLUTION: The wall panel 1 connection structure is obtained by vertically abutting a plurality of wall panels 1 (1A, 1B) each having a projection 10a on one vertical end face thereof and a recess 11a in the other vertical end thereof, on each other by tongue and groove fitting. Each wall panel 1 has a step portion 10b at the tip of the projection 10a formed thereon, and a space S for eliminating the capillarity, in a tongue and groove fitting portion between the adjacent wall panels 1A, 1B. According to the wall panel connection structure, the capillarity is eliminated by the space S formed in the tongue and groove fitting portion, and therefore the high cutoff performance is ensured at the tongue and groove fitting portion between the wall panels 1A, 1B, which positively prevents water leakage to the outside of the wall panels 1A, 1B. Accordingly, water-proofing of the wall panels by using caulking materials or joint members is dispensed with, which leads to shortening of the construction period.
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【0001】 [0001]
【発明の属する技術分野】 BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
本発明は、ユニットバスの壁面等の構築に適用される壁パネルの結合構造であって、更に詳細には上下端面の一方に凸部を他方に凹部を形成して成る複数の壁パネルを凹凸嵌合によって上下方向に積み重ねて結合する壁パネルの結合構造に関するものである。 The present invention relates to a coupling structure of a wall panel applied to building such as a wall of the bathroom, more particularly uneven multiple wall panels comprising a recess a protrusion on the other one of the upper and lower end surfaces it relates coupling structure wall panels that bind stacked in the vertical direction by fitting.
【0002】 [0002]
【従来の技術】 BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
例えば、ユニットバスの壁面を構築する形態として、図6に示すように、縦長の複数の壁パネル101を左右方向に結合する方式が採用されていた。 For example, the form for constructing the walls of the bathroom, as shown in FIG. 6, a method of coupling has been employed a plurality of wall panels 101 of the longitudinal in the lateral direction. この方式では、図7に示すように、壁パネル101の裏面又は木口面に取り付けられたジョイント部品113,114を用いて、隣り合う壁パネル101同士が図8に示すように結合される。 In this method, as shown in FIG. 7, with the joint parts 113 and 114 attached to the rear surface or cut end face of the wall panel 101, wall panel 101 adjacent are coupled as shown in FIG. 尚、図7は結合前、図8は結合後の壁パネル101の部分横断面図(図6のB−B線断面図)である。 Incidentally, FIG. 7 prior to coupling, Fig 8 is a partial cross-sectional view of the wall panel 101 after bond (B-B line sectional view of FIG. 6).
【0003】 [0003]
ところが、上記方式では、図8(a)に示すように壁パネル101の厚み公差によって壁パネル101の表面に段差Δtが生じたり、同図(b)に示すようにジョイント部品113,114の取付公差によって壁パネル101の表面に段差Δaが生じるという問題があった。 However, in the above method, the attachment of the joint parts 113 and 114 as shown in or step Δt is generated on the surface of the wall panel 101 by the thickness tolerance of the wall panel 101 as shown in FIG. 8 (a), FIG. (B) there is a problem that a step Δa is generated on the surface of the wall panel 101 by the tolerance.
【0004】 [0004]
又、ジョイント部品113,114は壁パネル101の高さ方向に部分的に嵌合されるため、壁パネル101が反っている場合には、ジョイント部品113,114が無い部分では壁パネル101の表面に段差が生じていた。 Also, the joint parts 113 and 114 because they are engaged partially fit in the height direction of the wall panel 101, when the wall panel 101 is warped, the surface of the wall panel 101 at a portion joint parts 113 and 114 is not step has occurred in.
【0005】 [0005]
更に、壁パネル101間の目地の幅が広いために意匠性が悪いという問題があった。 Furthermore, there is a problem of poor design properties for the width of the joint between the wall panels 101 is wide.
【0006】 [0006]
又、図8に示すように、壁パネル101間の目地部をコーキング材115や目地材等で止水処理しているが、見え掛かり面にパネル意匠とは別の意匠であるコーキング材115が存在するために意匠性が損なわれる他、コーキング材115や目地材等による止水処理を要するため、コーキング材115の塗布、目地材の嵌め込み等の作業が必要となり、施工時間が長くなるという問題があった。 Further, as shown in FIG. 8, although the joints between the wall panels 101 are waterproofing treated with caulk 115 and joint fillers and the like, is caulking material 115 is another design the panel design in the apparent surface Our design is impaired to present, it takes a waterproofing treatment with caulk 115 and joint fillers and the like, application of caulking material 115, the work of fitting such grouting is required, the construction that the time is prolonged problem was there.
【0007】 [0007]
そこで、図9に示すように、上下端面の一方に凸部210aを他方に凹部211aを形成して成る複数の壁パネル201を凹凸嵌合によって上下方向に積み重ねて結合する方式が提案されている(例えば、特開平10−311111号、特開平6−42075号公報参照)。 Therefore, as shown in FIG. 9, a method of binding stacked vertically a plurality of wall panels 201 a protrusion 210a formed by forming the other in the recess 211a on one of the upper and lower end surface by the recess-projection fitting is proposed (e.g., JP-A-10-311111, see JP Hei 6-42075).
【0008】 [0008]
【発明が解決しようとする課題】 [Problems that the Invention is to Solve
しかしながら、上記提案に係る壁パネル結合構造においては、隣り合う壁パネル201の凹凸嵌合部の隙間から水が毛細管現象によって浸入するために止水性が悪く、壁パネル201外部への漏水が発生するという問題があった。 However, in the wall panel connection structure according to the above proposal, the water-blocking for water from the gap between the concave and convex engaging portions of the adjacent wall panel 201 from entering the capillary phenomenon is poor, water leakage to the wall panel 201 outside is generated there is a problem in that.
【0009】 [0009]
本発明は上記問題に鑑みてなされたもので、その目的とする処は、高い意匠性の確保と施工時間の短縮を図りつつ、毛細管現象による水の浸入を防いで高い止水性を確保することができる壁パネルの結合構造を提供することにある。 The present invention has been made in view of the above problems, treatment is while shortening the construction time and ensuring a high design property, to ensure high water-blocking to prevent ingress of water by capillary action and its object and to provide a coupling structure of a wall panel that can.
【0010】 [0010]
【課題を解決するための手段】 In order to solve the problems]
上記目的を達成するため、請求項1記載の発明は、上下端面の一方に凸部を他方に凹部を形成して成る複数の壁パネルを凹凸嵌合によって上下方向に積み重ねて結合する壁パネルの結合構造において、前記各壁パネルに形成された凸部の頂部に段部を形成し、隣り合う壁パネルの凹凸嵌合部内に、毛細管現象をカットするための空間を形成したことを特徴とする。 To achieve the above object, according to claim 1 invention, the wall panels to combine multiple wall panels comprising a protrusion on one of the upper and lower end faces to form a recess on the other by a recess-projection fitting stacked vertically in the coupling structure, the step portion is formed on top of the convex portion formed on each wall panel, in the convex-concave engagement portion of the adjacent wall panel, characterized in that to form a space for cutting the capillary action .
【0011】 [0011]
従って、請求項1記載の発明によれば、隣り合う壁パネルの凹凸嵌合部内に形成された空間によって毛細管現象がカットされるため、壁パネルの凹凸嵌合部に高い止水性が確保され、壁パネル外部への漏水が確実に防がれる。 Therefore, according to the first aspect of the invention, since the capillary is cut by being formed in the concave and convex engaging portions of the adjacent wall panel space, high water cut in the convex-concave engagement portion of the wall panel is secured, leakage to the wall outside of the panel is reliably prevented. 従って、コーキング材や目地材を用いた止水処理が不要となり、施工時間を短縮することができるとともに、壁パネルの目地部にコーキング材や目地材等が存在せず、更に凹凸嵌合によって壁パネルに段差が発生しないため、見た目に美しく、高い意匠性が確保される。 Therefore, water shut-off process using a caulk or joint material is not required, the wall it is possible to shorten the construction time, there is no caulking material or joint materials such as joints of the wall panels, by further projection fitting since a step in the panel is not generated, beautifully pleasing, high design property is ensured.
【0012】 [0012]
又、複数の壁パネルが凹凸嵌合によって上下方向に積み重ねて結合されるため、壁パネル間の目地幅が小さく抑えられて清掃性が高められるとともに、目地部をコーキングしないためにカビの発生が抑えられる。 Further, since a plurality of wall panels are coupled stacked in the vertical direction by the recess-projection fitting, with cleanability joint width is suppressed to be small between the wall panels is increased, the occurrence of mold in order not to caulk the joints It is suppressed.
【0013】 [0013]
更に、壁パネルに反りがあっても、凹凸嵌合によって反りが矯正されるため、壁パネル間の段差が解消されて高い意匠性が確保される。 Moreover, even if there is warping in the wall panels, since warpage is corrected by the recess-projection fitting, high design property level difference between the wall panels is eliminated is ensured.
【0014】 [0014]
請求項2記載の発明は、請求項1記載の発明において、前記各壁パネルの上端面に凸部を、下端面に凹部を形成したことを特徴とする。 According to a second aspect of the present invention, in the first aspect, the convex portion on the upper end face of the respective wall panels, characterized in that a recess on the lower end surface.
【0015】 [0015]
従って、請求項2記載の発明によれば、壁パネルの凹凸嵌合部での止水効果が更に高められる。 Therefore, according to the second aspect of the invention, water stopping effect of the concavo-convex fitting portion of the wall panel is further improved.
【0016】 [0016]
請求項3記載の発明は、請求項1又は2記載の発明において、前記凸部と凹部を壁パネルの表面を基準として形成したことを特徴とする。 According to a third aspect, the invention of claim 1 or 2 wherein, characterized in that the projections and recesses formed on the basis of the surface of the wall panel.
【0017】 [0017]
従って、請求項3記載の発明によれば、凸部と凹部が壁パネルの表面を基準として形成されるため、壁パネルの厚み公差等とは無関係に、隣り合う壁パネルの段差が解消されて高い意匠性が確保される。 Therefore, according to the third aspect of the present invention, since the projections and recesses are formed with reference to the surface of the wall panel, irrespective of the thickness tolerances of the wall panels, is eliminated stepped adjacent wall panels high design is ensured.
【0018】 [0018]
請求項4記載の発明は、請求項1〜3の何れかに記載の発明において、前記各壁パネルに形成された凸部の高さを凹部の深さよりも小さく設定したことを特徴とする。 The invention of claim 4, wherein, in the invention according to claim 1, wherein said set smaller than the depth of the height recess of the convex portion formed on each wall panel.
【0019】 [0019]
従って、請求項4記載の発明によれば、隣り合う壁パネル同士が上下方向に密着するため、両者間の目地幅が最小限に抑えられ、高い意匠性と止水性及び清掃性が確保される。 Therefore, according to the fourth aspect of the present invention, since the wall panels adjacent to each other in close contact in the vertical direction, joint width between them is minimized, a high design property and water cut and cleaning is ensured .
【0020】 [0020]
請求項5記載の発明は、請求項4記載の発明において、隣り合う壁パネルの凹凸嵌合部の凹部と凸部との間に止水材を介設したことを特徴とする。 According to a fifth aspect, in the invention of claim 4, characterized in that it interposed a water stopping material between the concave portion and the convex portion of the uneven fitting portions of adjacent wall panels.
【0021】 [0021]
従って、請求項5記載の発明によれば、壁パネルの凹凸嵌合部に形成された空間による毛細管現象のカットによる止水効果に、止水材による2次的な止水効果が加えられるため、水の浸入が一層確実に防がれる。 Therefore, according to the invention of claim 5, since the water stopping effect of the space which is formed in an uneven fitting portions of the wall panels by cut capillarity, secondary water stopping effect of the water stopping material is added , ingress of water is prevented more reliably.
【0022】 [0022]
【発明の実施の形態】 DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
以下に本発明の実施の形態を添付図面に基づいて説明する。 It is described with reference to embodiments of the present invention in the accompanying drawings.
【0023】 [0023]
図1は本発明に係る壁パネルの結合構造を備えるユニットバスルームの斜視図である。 Figure 1 is a perspective view of the unit bathroom with a coupling structure of a wall panel according to the present invention.
【0024】 [0024]
図1に示すユニットバスルームにおいては、横長の複数の壁パネル1を本発明に係る結合構造によって上下方向に積み重ねて結合することによって側壁が構成されている。 In unit bathroom shown in FIG. 1 is configured sidewall by binding stacked vertically by a coupling structure according to the present invention a plurality of wall panels 1 horizontally long.
【0025】 [0025]
又、ユニットバスルームには、洗い場を構成する床面パネル2の長手方向に沿って浴槽3が配置され、床面パネル2には、不図示の排水口を覆う着脱可能な蓋4が設けられている。 Also, the unit bathrooms, is disposed tub 3 along the longitudinal direction of the floor panel 2 constituting the washing area, the floor panel 2, detachable lid 4 covering the drainage port (not shown) is provided ing. 尚、浴槽3には水栓金具5が付属しており、側壁の一部には手摺6が縦方向に長く取り付けられている。 Note that the bathtub 3 comes with faucets 5, the portion of the sidewall is attached a long handrail 6 in the longitudinal direction.
【0026】 [0026]
次に、本発明に係る壁パネルの結合構造を図2〜図4に基づいて説明する。 Next, a description will be given of a coupling structure of a wall panel according to the present invention in FIGS. 尚、図2〜図4は隣り合う壁パネルの嵌合端部の部分縦断面図であり、図2は結合前の状態、図3は結合中の状態、図4は結合後の状態(図1のA−A線断面図)をそれぞれ示す。 Incidentally, a partial longitudinal sectional view of the mating end of the wall panel adjacent FIGS. 2-4, FIG. 2 prior to bonding state, Fig 3 is in the coupling state, FIG. 4 is a state after binding (Fig. It shows first sectional view taken along line a-a), respectively.
【0027】 [0027]
図2において、1(1A),1(1B)は厚さ約20mm程度の前記壁パネルであって、各壁パネル1は、矩形板状の保温材7の両面を厚さ3〜5mmの薄い矩形板状の表面化粧板8と裏面板9でサンドイッチ状に挟み込んで接着し、その上下端部の表面化粧板8と裏面板9の間(保温材7が無い部分)に芯材10,11を挟み込んで接着することによって構成されている。 In FIG. 2, 1 (1A), 1 (1B) is a said wall panel having a thickness of about about 20 mm, the wall panel 1, thin thickness 3~5mm both sides of the rectangular plate-shaped heat insulating material 7 bonded is sandwiched in sandwiched by a rectangular plate-like surface veneer 8 and the back plate 9, the core on its upper and lower end portions between the decorative plate 8 and the back plate 9 surface (part no heat insulating material 7) 10,11 is constructed by bonding sandwich the. ここで、保温材7は発泡スチロール(高発泡PS材)等で構成され、バスルーム側(表面側)に位置する表面化粧板8は化粧樹脂板や化粧鋼板等で構成され、外面側の裏面板9は樹脂板や鋼板等で構成され、芯材10,11はアルミニウム押出材や樹脂等で構成されている。 Here, a heat insulating material 7 is composed of expanded polystyrene (high foam PS material) or the like, surface decorative plate 8 located in the bathroom side (surface side) is formed of a decorative resin plate or decorative steel plate, the outer surface the back surface plate 9 is composed of a resin plate or steel plate, the core material 10, 11 are made of aluminum extrusions, resin, or the like.
【0028】 [0028]
而して、各壁パネル1(芯材10)の上端面の幅方向中央には凸部10aが長さ方向(横方向)全長に亘って一体に形成されており、同壁パネル1(芯材11)の下端面の幅方向中央には矩形溝状の凹部11aが長さ方向(横方向)全長に亘って形成されている。 And Thus, the width direction in the center is formed integrally convex portion 10a over the length direction (lateral direction) the entire length, the wall panel 1 (core upper end surface of each wall panel 1 (core material 10) the widthwise center of the lower end surface of the timber 11) are formed over the rectangular groove-like recess 11a in length direction (lateral direction) length. この場合、凸部10aと凹部11aは壁パネル1の表面(バスルーム側の化粧面)を基準として加工することによって形成されている。 In this case, the convex portion 10a and the recess 11a are formed by processing the surface of the wall panel 1 (the decorative surface of the bathroom side) as a reference.
【0029】 [0029]
ここで、上記凸部10aの頂部の表面側(バスルーム側)の隅部には矩形状の段部10bが形成されており、凸部10aの高さh(本実施の形態では10mm)は凹部11aの深さd(本実施の形態では15mm)よりも小さく設定されている(h<d)。 Here, the surface side of the top portion of the convex portion 10a corners and a rectangular-shaped step portion 10b is formed in the portion, the height h (10 mm in this embodiment) of the projections 10a of the (bathroom side) (in this embodiment 15 mm) depth d of the recess 11a is set smaller than (h <d). 又、凹部11aの幅Bは凸部10aの幅bよりも僅か(本実施の形態では0.1〜0.3mm程度。即ち、B−b=0.1〜0.3mm)大きく設定されている(B>b)。 The width B of the recess 11a is (about 0.1 to 0.3 mm in this embodiment. That is, B-b = 0.1 to 0.3 mm) slightly larger than the width b of the protrusion 10a larger set are (B> b).
【0030】 [0030]
更に、各壁パネル1の下端面の凹部11aを挟む部分において、裏面側の下端面aは表面側の下端面bよりも僅かに上方に位置しており、両者の間にはΔh(本実施の形態では0.2mm)の段差が形成されている。 Further, in a portion sandwiching the recess 11a of the lower end surface of each wall panel 1, the lower end face a of the rear side is positioned slightly above the lower end surface b of the front side, between the two Delta] h (present the form is formed a step of 0.2 mm). これに対して、各壁パネル1の上端面の凸部10aを挟む表面側と裏面側の端面c,dは同一高さ(つまり、面一)とされており、両者間に段差は設けられていない。 In contrast, the end face c of the front and rear sides sandwiching the convex portion 10a of the upper end surface of each wall panel 1, d is the same height (i.e., flush) are a level difference between both provided not.
【0031】 [0031]
次に、本発明に係る結合構造によって壁パネルを組み付ける要領について説明する。 It will now be described procedure of assembling the wall panels by coupling structure according to the present invention.
【0032】 [0032]
本発明に係る結合構造においては、下方の壁パネルの上に壁パネルが凹凸嵌合によって積み重ねられて結合される。 In the coupling structure according to the present invention, the wall panels on the lower wall panels are joined stacked by recess-projection fitting. 即ち、図2〜図4に示す例について説明すると、既に結合された下方の壁パネル1Aの上端面には凸部10aが突出しており、この壁パネル1Aの上に壁パネル1Bを積み重ねて結合する際、図3に示すように、壁パネル1Bの下端面に形成された凹部11aに弾性材から成る止水材12が全幅に亘って嵌め込まれて貼り付けられる。 That is, when described examples shown in FIGS. 2-4, are already on the upper end face of the wall panel 1A of the lower bound and the convex portion 10a is protruded, stacked wall panels 1B on the wall panel 1A binding to time, as shown in FIG. 3, the water stopping material 12 made of an elastic material in a recess 11a formed in the lower end face of the wall panel 1B is bonded is fitted over the entire width. 尚、本実施の形態では、止水材12として厚さ10mmのゴム系のパッキンが用いられている。 In the present embodiment, a rubber packing with a thickness of 10mm as water stopping material 12 is used.
【0033】 [0033]
上述のように、結合すべき壁パネル1Bの凹部11aに止水材12を貼り付けると、図4に示すように、結合すべき壁パネル1Bの凹部11aを下方の壁パネル1Aの凸部10aに上方から嵌合すると、壁パネル1Bが凹凸嵌合によって下方の壁パネル1A上に積み重ねられて結合される。 As described above, when pasting the water stopping member 12 into the recess 11a of the wall panel 1B to be bonded, as shown in FIG. 4, the recess 11a of the wall panel 1B to be bonded of the lower wall panel 1A protrusion 10a When fitted from above, the wall panel 1B is bonded stacked on the lower wall panel 1A by recess-projection fitting. すると、止水材12が壁パネル1Aの凸部10aによって圧縮されて変形し、壁パネル1Bの凹部11a内で壁パネル1Aの凸部10aとの空間を全幅に亘って埋めて止水機能を果たす。 Then, the water stopping member 12 is deformed is compressed by the convex portion 10a of the wall panels 1A, a water stop function fills the space between the convex portion 10a of the wall panel 1A in the recess 11a of the wall panel 1B over the entire width play. 又、壁パネル1Aの凸部10aの頂部には段部10bを形成したため、凹部11a内には毛細管現象をカットするための空間Sが長さ方向(横方向)全長に亘って形成される。 Further, the top portion of the convex portion 10a of the wall panel 1A for the formation of the step portion 10b, is in the recess 11a is formed across the space S length direction (lateral direction) total length for cutting capillarity.
【0034】 [0034]
ところで、前述のように凸部10aの高さh(=10mm)は凹部11aの深さd(=15mm)よりも小さく設定されており、壁パネル1Bの下端面の凹部11aを挟む端面a,bの間にはΔh(=0.2mm)の段差が形成されているため、壁パネル1Bの下端面と壁パネル1Aの上端面とは表面側(バスルーム側)においては密着し、裏面側には段差Δh分のガタが発生する。 Incidentally, the height h (= 10 mm) of the protrusion 10a as described above is set smaller than the depth d (= 15 mm) of the concave portion 11a, the end surface sandwiching the recess 11a of the lower end surface of the wall panel 1B a, since the level difference Delta] h (= 0.2 mm) between the b is formed, and the lower end surface and the upper end face of the wall panel 1A of the wall panel 1B in close contact on the surface side (bathroom side), the back side looseness of the step Δh fraction occurs in. この結果、結合された壁パネル1A,1B間の目地幅が最小限に抑えられ、高い止水性及び清掃性が確保されるとともに、コーキング材や目地材を用いた止水処理が不要となるため、施工時間が短縮される。 As a result, the combined wall panels 1A, joint width between 1B is minimized, high with water-blocking and cleaning is ensured, since the water stop treatment with caulk or joint material is not required , it is shortened construction time. 又、壁パネル1A,1Bの目地部にコーキング材や目地材等が存在しないため、カビの発生が抑えられる。 Further, since the wall panels 1A, caulk or joint compound or the like to the joint section of 1B is absent, generation of mold is suppressed.
【0035】 [0035]
又、前述のように、各壁パネル1において凹部11aの幅Bは凸部10aの幅bよりも僅か(0.1〜0.3mm程度)に大きく設定されているため、壁パネル1Bの凹部11aの壁パネル1Aの凸部10aへの嵌合が容易になされ、嵌合後の凹部11aと凸部10a間には図4に示すガタΔb(=0.1〜0.3mm)が発生する。 Further, since it is largely set slightly (about 0.1 to 0.3 mm) than the width b of the width B is convex portion 10a of the recess 11a in as described above, each wall panel 1, the recess of the wall panel 1B fitting 11a to the protrusion 10a of the wall panel 1A of readily be made, between the recess 11a and the protrusion 10a after fitting play [Delta] b (= 0.1 to 0.3 mm) is produced as shown in FIG. 4 .
【0036】 [0036]
以上と同様の要領によって複数の壁パネル1を凹凸嵌合によって上下方向に積み重ねて結合する作業を繰り返すことによって、図1に示すユニットバスルームの側壁が構築されるが、本発明によれば、上下の壁パネル1の凹凸嵌合部内に形成された空間Sによって毛細管現象がカットされるため、壁パネル1の凹凸嵌合部に高い止水性が確保され、壁パネル1外部への漏水が確実に防がれる。 By repeating the work of binding a stack of a plurality of wall panels 1 in the vertical direction by the recess-projection fitting in the same manner as above, the side walls of the unit bathroom shown in FIG. 1 is constructed, according to the present invention, because capillarity is cut by the upper and lower spaces formed in the concave and convex engaging portion of the wall panel 1 S, high water cut in the convex-concave engagement portion of the wall panel 1 is ensured, ensure water leakage into the wall panels 1 external It is prevented in. 又、各壁パネル1の上端面に凸部10aを、下端面に凹部11aを形成したため、壁パネル1の凹凸嵌合部での止水効果が更に高められる。 Further, a convex portion 10a on the upper end surface of each wall panel 1, because of a recess 11a in the lower end surface, the water stopping effect of the concavo-convex fitting portion of the wall panel 1 is further enhanced.
【0037】 [0037]
更に、上下の壁パネル1の凹凸嵌合部の凹部11aと凸部10aとの間に止水材12を介設したため、壁パネル1の凹凸嵌合部に形成された空間Sによる毛細管現象のカットによる前記止水効果に、止水材12による2次的な止水効果が加えられ、これによって水の浸入が一層確実に防がれる。 Furthermore, because of the interposed water stopping material 12 between the recess 11a and the convex portion 10a of the convex-concave engagement portion of the upper and lower wall panels 1, by the space S which is formed in an uneven fitting portion of the wall panel 1 of capillarity the waterproofing effect by cutting, added the secondary water shut-off effect by the water stopping member 12, whereby entry of water is prevented more reliably.
【0038】 [0038]
又、各壁パネル1において、前述のように凸部10aと凹部11aを表面を基準として形成したため、壁パネル1の厚み公差等とは無関係に、上下の壁パネル1の段差が解消され、更に、壁パネル1に反りがあっても、凹凸嵌合によってその反りが矯正されるため、壁パネル1間の段差が解消されて高い意匠性が確保される。 Further, in each wall panel 1, because of the formation relative to the surface protrusion 10a and the recess 11a, as described above, irrespective of the thickness tolerances of the wall panel 1, a step of the upper and lower wall panels 1 is eliminated, further , even if warpage in the wall panel 1, since the warp is corrected by the recess-projection fitting, level difference between the wall panel 1 is high design properties are eliminated is ensured.
【0039】 [0039]
尚、以上の実施の形態では、止水材12を壁パネル1の凹部11a内に全幅に亘って貼り付けたが、図5に示すように、止水材12'を壁パネル1の凹部11a内に部分的貼り付けて凹凸嵌合部内に毛細管現象をカットするための大きな空間S'を確保するようにしても良い。 Incidentally, the above embodiment has been stuck over the entire width of the water stopping member 12 in the recess 11a of the wall panel 1, as shown in FIG. 5, the recess 11a of the wall panel 1 the water stopping material 12 ' it may be secured a large space S 'for cutting the capillary phenomenon partially pasted in concave and convex engaging part within.
【0040】 [0040]
【発明の効果】 【Effect of the invention】
以上の説明で明らかなように、本発明によれば、上下端面の一方に凸部を他方に凹部を形成して成る複数の壁パネルを凹凸嵌合によって上下方向に積み重ねて結合する壁パネルの結合構造において、前記各壁パネルに形成された凸部の頂部に段部を形成し、隣り合う壁パネルの凹凸嵌合部内に、毛細管現象をカットするための空間を形成したため、高い意匠性の確保と施工時間の短縮を図りつつ、毛細管現象による水の浸入を防いで高い止水性を確保することができるという効果が得られる。 As apparent from the above description, according to the present invention, the wall panels to combine multiple wall panels comprising a protrusion on one of the upper and lower end faces to form a recess on the other by a recess-projection fitting stacked vertically in the coupling structure, the step portion is formed on top of the convex portion formed on each wall panel, in the convex-concave engagement portion of the adjacent wall panel, for forming a space for cutting the capillary phenomenon, a high design property while shortening of securing the construction time, there is an advantage that it is possible to secure high water-blocking to prevent the ingress of water by capillary action.
【図面の簡単な説明】 BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
【図1】本発明に係る壁パネルの結合構造を備えるユニットバスルームの斜視図である。 It is a perspective view of the unit bathroom with a coupling structure of a wall panel according to the present invention; FIG.
【図2】結合前の隣り合う壁パネルの嵌合端部の部分縦断面図である。 2 is a partial longitudinal sectional view of the mating end of the wall panel adjacent the front binding.
【図3】結合中の隣り合う壁パネルの嵌合端部の部分縦断面図である。 3 is a partial longitudinal sectional view of the mating end of the wall panel adjacent in the binding.
【図4】結合後の隣り合う壁パネルの嵌合端部の部分縦断面図(図1のA−A線断面図)である。 4 is a partial longitudinal sectional view of the mating end of the wall panel adjacent the rear binding (A-A line sectional view of FIG. 1).
【図5】本発明に係る壁パネルの結合構造の別形態を示す隣り合う壁パネルの嵌合端部の部分縦断面図である。 5 is a partial longitudinal sectional view of the mating end of the wall panel adjacent illustrating another form of the coupling structure of a wall panel according to the present invention.
【図6】従来の壁パネルの結合構造を備えるユニットバスルームの斜視図である。 6 is a perspective view of the unit bathroom with a coupling structure of a conventional wall panel.
【図7】結合前の壁パネルの部分横断面図である。 7 is a partial cross-sectional view of the coupling before the wall panels.
【図8】結合後の壁パネルの部分横断面図(図6のB−B線断面図)である。 8 is a partial cross-sectional view of the wall panel after binding (B-B line sectional view of FIG. 6).
【図9】壁パネルの結合構造の従来例を示す部分縦断面図である。 9 is a partial longitudinal sectional view showing a conventional example of a coupling structure of the wall panel.
【符号の説明】 DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS
1 壁パネル7 保温材8 表面化粧板9 裏面板10 芯材10a 凸部10b 段部11 芯材11a 凹部12,12' 止水材S,S' 空間 1 wall panel 7 a heat insulating material 8 surface decorative plate 9 back surface plate 10 core 10a protrusion 10b stepped portion 11 the core member 11a recesses 12, 12 'water stopping material S, S' space

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  1. 上下端面の一方に凸部を他方に凹部を形成して成る複数の壁パネルを凹凸嵌合によって上下方向に積み重ねて結合する壁パネルの結合構造において、 In the coupling structure of the wall panels that bind stacked vertically a plurality of wall panels made in one of the upper and lower end surfaces form a concave convex portions on the other by a recess-projection fitting,
    前記各壁パネルに形成された凸部の頂部に段部を形成し、隣り合う壁パネルの凹凸嵌合部内に、毛細管現象をカットするための空間を形成したことを特徴とする壁パネルの結合構造。 Binding of said step portion is formed on top of the convex portion formed on each wall panel, in the convex-concave engagement portion of the adjacent wall panel, wall panel, characterized in that it has a space for cutting the capillary action Construction.
  2. 前記各壁パネルの上端面に凸部を、下端面に凹部を形成したことを特徴とする請求項1記載の壁パネルの結合構造。 Coupling structure of the wall panel according to claim 1, wherein the convex portion on the upper end surface of each wall panel to form a recess on the lower end surface.
  3. 前記凸部と凹部を壁パネルの表面を基準として形成したことを特徴とする請求項1又は2記載の壁パネルの結合構造。 Coupling structure of the wall panel according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the projections and recesses formed on the basis of the surface of the wall panel.
  4. 前記各壁パネルに形成された凸部の高さを凹部の深さよりも小さく設定したことを特徴とする請求項1〜3の何れかに記載の壁パネルの結合構造。 Coupling structure wall panel according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that said set smaller than the depth of the height recess of the convex portion formed on each wall panel.
  5. 隣り合う壁パネルの凹凸嵌合部の凹部と凸部との間に止水材を介設したことを特徴とする請求項4記載の壁パネルの結合構造。 Coupling structure of the wall panel according to claim 4, characterized in that interposed a water stopping material between the concave portion and the convex portion of the uneven fitting portions of adjacent wall panels.
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