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JP4400171B2
JP4400171B2 JP2003362398A JP2003362398A JP4400171B2 JP 4400171 B2 JP4400171 B2 JP 4400171B2 JP 2003362398 A JP2003362398 A JP 2003362398A JP 2003362398 A JP2003362398 A JP 2003362398A JP 4400171 B2 JP4400171 B2 JP 4400171B2
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  The present invention relates to storage furniture for storing a tray unit in a storage space such as a shelf.

  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, in storage furniture such as a shelf, the mainstream is a mode in which the storage space can be appropriately partitioned in the horizontal direction by appropriately changing the position of the shelf board.

  On the other hand, a rail unit having a plurality of protrusions in the depth direction is formed on the side wall of the storage space without having a shelf plate, and the tray is slidably engaged with the rail surface, so that the entire storage space is a tray unit. Some of them are

Furthermore, as in Patent Document 1, a tray unit having a bottom plate having a structure substantially similar to that of a shelf plate is installed between side plates, thereby realizing the above functions and diversifying the layout pattern of the storage space. The storage furniture that is going to be made is also considered.
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  However, with the recent diversification of office forms, storage furniture such as shelves is also required to be able to change the layout of the storage space in accordance with it. While there is such a demand, layout change by selecting the position of the shelf board in the storage furniture equipped with the shelf board, and layout change by selecting the shape and position of the tray in the storage furniture equipped with the tray unit as in the past. Then, it is hard to say that the above-mentioned demand is sufficiently met. In such cases, if both shelves and tray units are required in the office, both storage furniture must be prepared.

  Therefore, the shelf board and the tray can be installed in the same storage space, and if the storage furniture as in Patent Document 1 is used, the above-mentioned request will be met to some extent. In the storage furniture, a tray unit in which the shape and number of trays are determined in advance is installed in the storage space. Therefore, the manner in which the tray is installed is limited, and the degree of freedom in layout is limited accordingly.

  The present invention has been made paying attention to such problems, and in the storage furniture such as a shelf, the present invention provides a layout of a storage space by installing a shelf board and a tray so as to be selectable at an arbitrary position. The object is to provide storage furniture that improves performance.

In order to achieve such an object, the present invention takes the following measures. That is, storage furniture according to the present invention, a shelf board for selectably partition the storage space in the vertical direction, Ri can der be attached to the vertical partition selectably partition the storage space in the width direction, the storage space a storage furniture you includes a tray mounting member having the other plate surface having a rail extending in one plate surface and the depth direction to be spliced to the elevation of the inner pair of elevation facing the receiving space The shelf mounting holes arranged at a predetermined pitch are provided with the same phase, and the other plate surface has the shelf mounting hole engaged with the engaging portion of one plate surface of the tray mounting member. The tray is mounted so that the position of the tray can be selected using rails extending in the depth direction, the other plate surface has rails over a plurality of stages, and the interval between the rails is equal to the predetermined pitch. Said Leh is the predetermined pitch size or are set height based on a multiple of the height dimension is characterized by be attached mix different trays.

  If it is such, while it is possible to partition a space into various aspects by a shelf board and a vertical partition, by installing a tray in arbitrary shelf space, for example, the whole surface is a tray unit, and some desired Open storage space, such as trays, can be tailored to a variety of storage furniture as needed.

  Further, as a specific embodiment of the storage furniture according to the present invention, a shelf board that partitions the storage space in a vertical direction and a vertical partition that partitions the storage space in a width direction can be attached. The shelf mounting holes arranged at a predetermined pitch are provided on the pair of elevations facing each other in the storage space with the same phase, and the shelf board and the tray are made using the shelf mounting holes. Can be attached so that the position can be selected.

  If it is such, a tray can be attached using the shelf attachment hole for attaching a shelf board, without performing separately processing for attaching a tray unit to storage furniture. By doing so, it becomes possible to attach the tray to an arbitrary location, so that variations in layout in the storage space can be improved.

Even in a state where shelves and trays are mixed in the storage space, the storage furniture according to the present embodiment is arranged based on the size of the predetermined pitch or a multiple thereof in order to arrange them regularly in the storage space. It is desirable that trays having different height dimensions can be mixed and installed with height dimensions set. By doing so, the storage efficiency of the storage space can be increased and the design effect of the appearance can be improved.

  Further, the storage furniture according to the present invention has an effective height dimension of the storage space, a height dimension of the vertical partition, an effective height dimension of the shelf space defined in the vertical direction of the storage space, and a height dimension of the tray. It is desirable that it is set based on a predetermined pitch dimension or a multiple thereof. In such a case, even if shelves and trays are arbitrarily mixed and arranged in the storage space, they can be regularly arranged without generating a useless gap space, so that the storage efficiency of the storage space is further improved. be able to.

  “Based on” of the above-mentioned “based on a predetermined pitch dimension or a multiple thereof” means not only indicating those dimensions but also including dimensions that take into account design convenience. .

  In order to make it possible to easily attach a tray to a desired location, the storage furniture according to the present embodiment has one plate surface attached to a vertical surface in the storage space and the other rail having a rail extending in the depth direction. And a tray mounting member having a plate surface, and the tray may be attached to the storage space via the tray mounting member. In order to attach the tray in a selectable manner, it is preferable that the one plate surface has an engaging portion that can engage with the shelf attaching hole.

  In addition, the storage furniture according to the present invention is configured such that when the rail is provided on the other plate surface in a plurality of stages, the interval between the rails is equal to the interval between the shelf mounting holes. It is desirable. In such a case, if the trays are arranged according to the intervals between the plurality of rails, the trays can be arranged based on the intervals between the shelf mounting holes, so the shelf plates and the trays are mixed in the storage space. Even in such a state, it can be arranged regularly without creating a useless space. By doing so, the design effect can be improved and the storage efficiency of the storage space can be increased.

Furthermore, the storage furniture according to the present invention has a breakage inducing portion capable of dividing the tray mounting member in a direction parallel to the rail between the rail and the rail provided over a plurality of stages ,該破sectional inducing section is characterized in that provided in the possible locations be divided rail units. If this is the case, tray mounting members with a small number of rails can be attached, so that the degree of freedom in layout of the storage space can be further increased and the rails can be divided one by one. Therefore, the number of rails that the tray mounting member has can be adjusted in units of one, and the rails can be provided only at the locations where the trays are mounted. By doing so, the tray mounting member and the shelf board can be suitably arranged without interfering with each other, and as a result, variations in the layout of the storage space can be further expanded.

  According to the present invention described in detail above, in the storage furniture such as a shelf, the layout performance of the storage furniture is improved by installing the shelf board and the tray in the same storage space so as to be selectable at an arbitrary location. As a result, it is possible to sufficiently cope with the diversification of office forms.

  Hereinafter, an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

    As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2A, the storage furniture 1 according to this embodiment includes a storage furniture body 10 having a storage space S opened on the front surface, and a shelf board that partitions the storage space S in the vertical direction. A plurality of shelf spaces R are formed by dividing the storage space S in the vertical direction and the width direction by appropriately using P, P1, P2 (broken lines), P3 and the vertical partitions 2 and 20 that partition the storage space S in the width direction. Is forming.

    In this shelf space R, trays 41, 42, 43, and 44 having different widths and depths (heights) are arranged. The trays 41, 42, 43, 44 function as so-called drawers having end plates 410, 420, 430, 440 on the front surface and openings on the top surface. The trays 41, 42, and 43 substantially correspond to the width dimension of the shelf space R obtained by dividing the storage space S into three equal parts, and substantially correspond to the effective height dimensions that are twice, four times, and six times the predetermined pitch, respectively. The tray 44 corresponds to a width of two-thirds of the storage space S and substantially corresponds to an effective height of twice the predetermined pitch. Further, from the side surfaces of the trays 41, 42, 43, and 44, two protrusions t1 and t2 that respectively extend in the depth direction and are parallel to each other in the vertical direction protrude (FIG. 13).

    The storage furniture main body 10, the shelf boards P, P1, P2, and P3 and the vertical partitions 2 and 20 are each formed by bending a metal plate or the like.

  As shown in FIGS. 1 to 6, the storage furniture 1 according to the present embodiment can constitute a variety of layouts.

  The layout pattern is roughly divided into a layout in which the entire storage space S is partitioned by a shelf board P as shown in FIG. 1 and further divided by a vertical partition 2, and the entire storage space S as shown in FIG. 2 (A). Is divided by the vertical partition 20 and further divided by the shelf boards P1, P2 or P3. Of course, a layout in which the entire storage space S is defined only by the shelf board P or the vertical partition 20 is also possible.

  Other layout patterns of the storage furniture 1 are exemplarily shown in FIGS. As shown in FIGS. 3 to 5, the storage furniture 1 is arranged without generating a useless gap space in the vertical direction even when the trays 41, 42, 43, 44 and the shelf boards P, P1, P3 are arranged appropriately. Can do. Of course, by setting the trays 41, 42, 43, and 44 and the shelf boards P, P1, P2, and P3 to desired heights, various layouts other than those shown in FIGS. 1 to 5 can be configured. It is. Furthermore, it is also possible to fill the trays 41, 42 and 43 over the entire storage space S as shown in FIG.

  Next, the structure of the storage furniture 1 according to the present embodiment will be specifically described.

  The storage furniture body 10 includes a top plate 11 positioned on the upper side, a bottom plate 12 positioned on the lower side, a pair of side plates 13 and 14 standing on both sides, and a back plate 15 that closes the rear of the storage furniture 1. .

  The top plate 11 located at the upper end of the storage space S is connected to a pair of side plates 13 and 14 at both ends and to a back plate 15 at the rear end. The top surface of the top plate 11 bears a design element as a flat decorative surface as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2A, and the bottom surface (not shown) has a rectangular parallelepiped shape extending in the width direction by appropriately bending the metal plate. By forming the crosspiece u together with the upper surface, the deflection strength of the entire top plate 11 is improved. Further, an upper wall described later is provided on the lower surface by providing a screw hole N as a fixing portion for connecting a vertical partition 2 described later at a position where the storage space S is divided into two equal parts in the width direction and a part divided into three equal parts. Playing the role of U.

  The bottom plate 12 positioned at the lower end of the storage space S has a pair of side plates 13 and 14 standing upright from both side ends thereof, and a rear end connected to the back plate 15. On the upper surface of the bottom plate 12, circular half punches hp are provided at two locations near the front end and near the rear end, respectively, at locations where the storage space S is divided into two equal parts in the width direction and into three equal parts. It plays the role of the lower wall D.

  The pair of side plates 13 and 14 are erected substantially symmetrically with the upper end connected to the top plate 11, the lower end connected to the bottom plate 12, and the rear end connected to the back plate 15, respectively. As the decorative surface, the shelf mounting holes h for mounting the shelf boards P are provided on the inner surface facing the storage space S.

  The shelf mounting hole h is a slit-like hole extending in the front-rear direction provided at two positions in the back and front of the elevation surface at the same height, and both ends of the hole are processed in a semicircular shape. The shelf mounting holes h are arranged at a predetermined pitch from the vicinity of the upper ends of the side plates 13 and 14 to the vicinity of the lower ends thereof. The pitch width of the shelf mounting school h is set to 23.4 mm, and the position of the shelf mounting hole h is set so that the phases of the side plates 13 and 14 are equal. The effective height dimension of the storage space S is also set to a dimension based on the predetermined pitch.

  The back plate 15 is connected to the rear end of the top plate 11, the bottom plate 12 and the pair of side plates 13 and 14, thereby closing the back surface of the storage space S and improving the strength of the storage furniture 1 as a whole.

  In addition, the storage furniture 1 according to the present embodiment is provided with a shelf plate P that divides the entire width of the storage space S by being laid between a pair of side plates 13 and 14 as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2A. In addition, as shown in FIG. 2 (A), a storage space S defined between the side plates 13 and 14 and a vertical partition 20 to be described later can be formed between the side plates 13 and 14, respectively. Shelf plates P1, P2, and P3 for partitioning can be provided.

  As with the bottom plate 12 described above, the shelf plate P that partitions the entire width of the storage space S has two circular half punches hp at the front and rear portions at a position that divides the storage space S into two equal parts and a part that divides the storage space S into three equal parts. Are provided respectively. Further, the lower surface is formed by forming a rectangular parallelepiped bar u extending in the width direction by bending the metal plate as appropriate together with the upper surface, thereby improving the flexural strength and corresponding to the location where the half punch hp is provided. The lower surface is provided with a screw hole N for connecting the vertical partitions 2 and 20. That is, the shelf board P in this embodiment can play both the roles of the upper wall U and the lower wall D.

  In FIG. 2A, a shelf board P1 and a shelf board P3 are installed between the side plate 13 and a vertical partition 20 described later, and the width shown by the broken line is changed by changing the position of the vertical partition 20. It is also possible to attach a shelf board P2 of different dimensions. These shelf plates P1, P2, and P3 are not provided with the half punch hp like the above-described shelf plate P, but other basic structures are the same as those of the above-described shelf plate P.

  As a mode of attaching the above-described shelf plates P, P1, P2, and P3 to the shelf mounting hole h, the shelf claw Q shown in FIG. 2 (B) and the upper q1 thereof as shown in FIG. Of the notch p provided on the side edge of the shelf board (shelf board P3 in the figure) shown in FIG. 2 (D) at the position of the lower part q2 protruding in the horizontal direction from the shelf attachment hole h at that time. It is supposed to be placed together. Thus, not only can the shelf board P3 be installed at an appropriate position by providing the cuts p on the side edges of the shelf board P3, but the cuts p prevent the shelf board P3 from moving back and forth. It plays a role as a stopper.

  The vertical partition 2 in FIG. 1 can be arranged to partition the storage space S divided into three in the vertical direction by the shelf plate P in the width direction. Moreover, the vertical partition 20 in FIG. 2A can be arranged to partition the entire length from the top plate 11 to the bottom plate 12 of the storage space S in the width direction.

  As shown in FIG. 7, the vertical partition 2 has a fixed piece 21 attached to the upper end, and two columnar protrusions 22 provided near the front end and near the rear end at the lower end. The fixed piece 21 is formed by bending a metal plate at a right angle. The base 211 is fixed to the front side of the upper end portion of the vertical partition 2 by welding, and the fixed portion 212 stands vertically from the base 211. The fixing part 212 is a plate-like member orthogonal to the vertical surface of the vertical partition 2, and the fixing part 212 is provided with a screw insertion hole 213 so that the fixing part 212 can be fixed to the screw hole N provided in the crosspiece u. Shelf mounting holes h similar to the side plates 13 and 14 are provided on both side surfaces of the vertical partition 2 at a pitch of 23.4 mm. The vertical partition 20 shown in FIG. 2A has a fixed piece 21, a cylindrical protrusion 22, and a shelf mounting hole h (not shown) like the vertical partition 2, but the vertical dimension is the full length of the storage space S. It corresponds. The positions of the shelf mounting holes h provided in the vertical partitions 2 and 20 are set so as to have the same phase as the shelf mounting holes h provided in the opposing elevation when mounted in the storage space S.

  Next, the aspect which attaches the vertical partition 2 to the storage space S divided up and down by the upper wall U and the lower wall D is demonstrated based on the typical side view and front view of FIG.8 and FIG.9. As shown in FIG. 9 (A), two half punches hp located near the front end and the rear end of the lower wall D are punched in advance using a handy tool or the like, and then a cylindrical protrusion 22 is shown in the punched hole. The vertical partition 2 is positioned with respect to the lower wall D side by being inserted in an oblique direction. From this state, the vertical partition 2 is raised vertically so that the screw insertion hole 213 provided in the fixing portion 212 matches the screw hole N provided in the crosspiece u, and then the screw insertion hole 213 and the screw hole N are used. By fixing with the screw B, positioning and fixing to the upper wall U are performed. By doing so, the vertical partition 2 is positioned at two locations on the lower wall D, so that it is prohibited to turn about one location as a fulcrum, and at the same time, the vertical partition 2 is positioned at one location on the upper wall U. The standing state is maintained, and the vertical partition 2 is easily and reliably fixed between the upper wall U and the lower wall D in three places in total.

  For the storage furniture 1 as described above, in this embodiment, the tray 41, 42, 43, or 44 is installed at a position where the shelf mounting hole h is provided. It is possible to attach 3a and 3b. The tray attachment members 3a and 3b are a pair of plate-like members having a symmetrical shape so that they can be brought into contact with respective opposing elevations in the storage space S, and the side plates 13 and 14 having shelf attachment holes h and It can be arranged by attaching to the vertical partitions 2 and 20 respectively. Further, the tray mounting members 3a and 3b are integrally formed of resin in order to enable production at a low cost.

  Further, in the tray mounting members 3a and 3b, one plate surface contacting the side plates 13 and 14 and the vertical partitions 2 and 20 is set as the contact surfaces 31a and 31b, and the other plate surface is set as the rail surfaces 33a and 33b. Further, the tray mounting member 3a is attached to the left elevation of the shelf space R, and the tray attachment member 3b is attached to the right elevation of the shelf space R.

  As shown in FIG. 10, engaging portions 32a and 32b projecting toward the contact surfaces 31a and 31b project from the contact surfaces 31a and 31b at locations corresponding to the shelf mounting holes h. The shape of the engaging portions 32a and 32b is such that the tip portion is extended in the depth direction from the rising portion so as to be closely engaged with the shelf mounting hole h by being inserted into the shelf mounting hole h and sliding. It has a shape, and is formed as a sandwiching portion x that sandwiches the plate members s constituting the side plates 13 and 14 and the vertical partitions 2 and 20 through a gap between the tip portion and the contact surfaces 31a and 31b. In this embodiment, the gap between the clamping portions x is set to 0.6 mm, and the effective depth is set to about 5 mm (FIG. 12).

  On the other hand, the rail surfaces 33a and 33b are provided with a plurality of rails 34a and 34b extending over almost the entire width in the depth direction. The rails 34a and 34b are protrusions having a fixed protrusion height, and the tray stoppers 35a and 35b are formed by causing the protrusions to protrude higher on the front end side.

  The engaging portions 32a and 32b and the rails 34a and 34b are provided at a pitch of 23.4 mm, similar to the pitch at which the shelf mounting holes h are provided in the vertical direction.

  Next, a mode in which the tray attaching members 3a and 3b are attached to the storage space S will be described with reference to FIGS.

  First, FIG. 11 illustrates a mode in which the tray mounting members 3a and 3b are attached to the storage space S partitioned in the vertical direction and the width direction by using the shelf board P and the vertical partition 2 on the storage furniture body 10. In this way, the tray mounting members 3 a and 3 b are carried in from the front surface of the storage space S, and the tray mounting member 3 a is attached to the right side surface of the vertical partition 2 and the tray mounting member 3 b is attached to the left side surface of the side plate 14.

  FIG. 12 shows the principle that the engaging portion 32a is fixed to the plate material s using the shelf mounting hole h. This figure is a schematic cross-sectional view in the vicinity of the tray stopper 35a located at the front end of the rail 34a. First, the engaging portions 32a are positioned in the vicinity of the shelf mounting holes h (FIG. 12A), and the engaging portions 32a are inserted into the shelf mounting holes h (FIG. 12B). And it slides to the back until the end point x1 of the clamping part x contact | abuts to the board | plate material s (FIG.12 (C)). At this position, the clamping portion x securely clamps the plate material s, so that the tray mounting member 3a is securely fixed to the plate material s.

  Next, a mode in which the tray 41 is attached to the tray attaching members 3a and 3b will be described with reference to FIG. This figure is a schematic sectional view of the vicinity of the rail 34a in the mounted state. The vicinity of the rail 34b is symmetrical to that of FIG. 13 and, of course, the same applies to the case where other trays 42, 43 or 44 are stored.

  First, in a state where the pair of tray attaching members 3a and 3b are attached as described above, the tray 41 is put into a space between the rail surfaces 33a and 33b. Here, as shown in FIG. 13, since the outer dimensions of the upper and lower two protrusions t1 and t2 of the tray 41 are set slightly smaller than the inner dimension between the rails 34a and 34a, the upper and lower two protrusions t1. , T2 is sandwiched between the upper and lower rails 34a, 34a, whereby the tray 41 is restricted in the vertical direction and can slide in the depth direction. At this time, of the protrusions t1 and t2 of the tray 41, only the lower protrusion t2 supports the tray 41. However, when the tray 41 is moved, the upper protrusion t1 becomes the upper rail 34a. If necessary, the vertical movement of the tray 41 is restricted, and rattling during sliding movement is suppressed. Further, when the tray stopper 35a comes into contact with the end plate 410 of the tray 41, the tray 41 is not mistakenly moved too far and the tray 41 is positioned. By doing so, even in the state where a plurality of trays 41 are arranged, the front end surface of the end plate 410 is flush without being moved back and forth, so that the design effect as a tray unit can be maintained.

  Further, the sliding force of the tray mounting members 3a and 3b with respect to the plate material s slightly acts due to the friction between the tray mounting members 3a and 3b and the tray 41 accompanying the sliding of the tray 41. Therefore, the frictional force is slightly applied also in the direction in which the clamping part x and the plate material s are separated from each other, but the tray mounting members 3a and 3b have the clamping force of the clamping part x and the plate material s and the contact surfaces 31a and 31b. Since the tray 41 slides smoothly along the rails 34a and 34b, the friction force applied by the tray 41 to the tray mounting members 3a and 3b is relatively small. Yes, the frictional force does not cause the tray mounting members 3a and 3b to slide out of the shelf mounting hole h. This is especially true with other trays 41, 42 or 43 attached.

  With the configuration described above, the storage furniture 1 according to the present embodiment can fill the trays 41, 42, 43, and 44 into any shelf space R among the shelf spaces R that define the storage space S. Therefore, for example, the open storage space S can be tailored to a variety of storage furniture 1 as required, for example, the entire surface is a tray unit and some desired positions are trays 41, 42, 43 or 44. A layout suitable for a floor plan in an office can be constructed.

  Further, as a specific configuration of the storage furniture 1, shelf mounting holes h are provided on the pair of facing surfaces facing each other at equal intervals of 23.4 mm each having a predetermined pitch, and the shelf mounting holes h are used. Shelf plates P, P1, P2, and P3 and trays 41, 42, 43, and 44 are attached so as to be selectable. By doing so, the trays 41, 42, 43, 44 can be attached without separately performing processing for attaching the tray unit to the storage furniture 1, thereby improving the layout variation in the storage space S. In addition, it is possible to save labor by increasing the number of tray units and rearranging the tray units.

  Further, in order to arrange each of the trays P, P1, P2, P3 and the trays 41, 42, 43, 44 regularly in the storage space S, the trays 41, 42, 43, 44 are The effective height dimension is set based on the dimension of the predetermined pitch or a multiple thereof. By doing so, the storage efficiency of the storage space S can be increased and the design effect can be improved. In addition, the user can easily change the arrangement of the tray units.

  In particular, the storage furniture 1 according to the present invention includes an effective height dimension of the storage space S, height dimensions of the vertical partitions 2 and 20, an effective height dimension of the shelf space R defined in the vertical direction and the tray. The height dimensions of 41, 42, 43 and 44 are set based on a multiple of 23.4 mm which is the predetermined pitch. With this setting, even if the shelves P, P1, P2, and P3 and the trays 41, 42, 43, and 44 are arbitrarily mixed and arranged in the storage space S, there is no useless gap space. The storage space S can be arranged regularly, and the storage efficiency of the storage space S can be further improved. In addition, the tray unit can be suitably arranged in the storage space S.

  Here, “based on” means not only indicating those dimensions, but also including dimensions that take into account design convenience. For example, the height dimensions of the trays 41, 42, 43, and 44 are set by subtracting the gap dimension from the multiple dimension of the predetermined pitch, and such a dimension is also “based on” the multiple dimension of the predetermined pitch. Yes.

  And in order to make it easy to attach the trays 41, 42, 43, 44 to a desired location, the storage furniture 1 according to the present embodiment is one plate attached to the elevation in the storage space S. There are provided tray mounting members 3a and 3b having contact surfaces 31a and 31b as surfaces and rail surfaces 33a and 33b as other plate surfaces having rails 34a and 34b extending in the depth direction, and the tray mounting members 3a and 3b are provided. Trays 41, 42, 43, and 44 are attached to the storage space S.

  The shelves P, P1, P2, P3 and the trays 41, 42, 43, 44 can be selected and easily attached without separately performing processing for attaching the trays 41, 42, 43, 44 to the storage furniture 1. For this reason, the engaging surfaces 32a and 32b which can engage with the shelf mounting hole h are provided on the contact surfaces 31a and 31b which are one plate surfaces of the tray mounting members 3a and 3b.

  Furthermore, rails 34a and 34b are provided in a plurality of stages on the rail surfaces 33a and 33b, which are the other plate surfaces, and the distance between the rails 34a and 34b is 23.4 mm, which is the predetermined pitch. In such a case, if the trays 41, 42, 43, 44 are arranged according to the intervals between the plurality of rails 34a, 34b, the trays 41, 42, 43, 44 are arranged based on the intervals between the shelf mounting holes h. Therefore, even when the shelves P, P1, P2, and P3 and the trays 41, 42, 43, and 44 are mixed in the storage space S, they can be regularly arranged without creating a useless gap space. It becomes possible. By doing so, the design effect can be improved and the storage efficiency of the storage space S can be increased.

  The present invention is not limited to the above embodiment.

  For example, FIG. 14 shows a tray mounting member 3c according to another embodiment of the present invention. The basic configuration of the tray mounting member 3c is substantially the same as that of the tray mounting members 3a and 3b in the above embodiment, but the groove-shaped breakage inducing portion 36 is provided in a direction parallel to the rail 34c, and the tray mounting member 3c is provided. Can be appropriately divided. The breakage inducing portions 36 are provided at a 23.4 mm pitch, like the rails 34c, and can be divided for each rail 34c.

    If it is such, for example, even if the vertical dimension of the storage space S divided up and down is shorter than the tray mounting member c, it can be appropriately broken and attached at the position of the breakage inducing portion 36, The degree of freedom of laying out the trays 41, 42, 43, or 44 and the shelf boards P, P1, P2, or P3 in the storage space S can be improved. Further, since the breakage inducing portions 36 are provided at the same pitch as the shelf mounting holes h and the rails 34c, the number of steps of the rails 34c can be changed by one unit. If this is the case, for example, it is possible to provide the rail 34c only at the place to be attached, including the case where only one tray 41, 42, 43 or 44 is to be attached. Will be further expanded.

  Note that the specific configuration of each part, such as the dimensions of the predetermined pitch, the shape of the shelf claws, and the size and shape of the notches provided on the shelf board, is not limited to the above-described embodiment, and is the gist of the present invention. Various modifications can be made without departing from the scope.

The perspective view which shows the storage furniture which concerns on embodiment of this invention. The perspective view which shows the storage furniture in another layout pattern. The perspective view which shows the shelf nail | claw which concerns on the same embodiment. Sectional drawing which shows the attachment aspect of the shelf board which concerns on the same embodiment. The schematic diagram which shows the shelf board which concerns on the same embodiment. The schematic diagram which shows the storage furniture which concerns on the same embodiment. The schematic diagram which shows the storage furniture which concerns on the same embodiment. The schematic diagram which shows the storage furniture which concerns on the same embodiment. The schematic diagram which shows the storage furniture which concerns on the same embodiment. The perspective view which shows the vertical partition which concerns on the same embodiment. The schematic diagram which shows the attachment structure of the vertical partition which concerns on the same embodiment. The schematic diagram which shows the attachment structure of the vertical partition which concerns on the same embodiment. The perspective view which shows the tray attachment member which concerns on the same embodiment. The perspective view which concerns on the same embodiment. The cross-sectional schematic diagram which shows the tray attachment member which concerns on the same embodiment. The cross-sectional schematic diagram which shows the tray attachment member which concerns on the same embodiment. The perspective view which concerns on other embodiment in this invention.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Storage furniture 10 ... Storage furniture main body 11 ... Top plate 12 ... Bottom plate 13, 14 ... Side plate 2, 20 ... Vertical partition 21 ... Fixed piece 22 ... Cylindrical protrusion 3a, 3b, 3c ... Tray attachment member 31a, 31b ... Attachment Surface 32a, 32b ... engaging portion 33a, 33b ... rail surface 34a, 34b, 34c ... rail 35a, 35b ... tray stop 36 ... breakage inducing portion 41, 42, 43, 44 ... tray 410, 420, 430, 440 ... end plate P, P1, P2, P3 ... shelf plate R ... shelf space S ... storage space U ... upper wall D ... lower wall h ... shelf mounting hole hp ... half punch

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  1. A shelf board that divides the storage space in a vertically selectable manner,
    Housing space Ri can der be attached to the vertical partition selectably partitioned in the width direction, the other plate surface having a rail extending in one plate surface and the depth direction to be spliced to the elevation in the storage space Storage furniture comprising a tray mounting member having
    Shelf mounting holes arranged at a predetermined pitch are provided on a pair of elevations facing each other in the storage space with the same phase, and an engaging portion of one plate surface of the tray mounting member is engaged with the shelf mounting holes. The tray is mounted so that the position of the tray can be selected using a rail extending in the depth direction of the other plate surface ,
    The other plate surface has rails over a plurality of steps, and the interval between the rails is equal to the predetermined pitch.
    A storage furniture characterized in that the tray has a height dimension set based on the dimension of the predetermined pitch or a multiple thereof, and trays having different height dimensions can be mixed and attached.
  2. A shelf board that divides the storage space in a vertically selectable manner,
    It is possible to attach a vertical partition that partitions the storage space so that it can be selected in the width direction, and is provided across one plate surface that is attached to the vertical surface in the storage space and a plurality of steps extending in the depth direction. Storage furniture comprising a tray mounting member having the other plate surface having rails,
    Shelf mounting holes arranged at a predetermined pitch are provided in a pair of elevations facing each other in the storage space, and the positions of the shelf plates and trays can be selected using the shelf mounting holes and the tray mounting member. To be installed,
    As for the tray, a height dimension is set based on the dimension of the predetermined pitch or a multiple thereof, and a tray with different height dimensions can be mixed and attached,
    The storage furniture , wherein the tray attaching member has a breakage inducing portion capable of dividing a rail between the rails provided in a plurality of stages in a direction parallel to the rail .
  3. The storage furniture according to claim 2, wherein the breakage inducing portion is provided at a position where the break inducing portion can be divided in units of rails .
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