JP5862122B2 - Glass panel mounting structure - Google Patents

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JP5862122B2
JP5862122B2 JP2011189766A JP2011189766A JP5862122B2 JP 5862122 B2 JP5862122 B2 JP 5862122B2 JP 2011189766 A JP2011189766 A JP 2011189766A JP 2011189766 A JP2011189766 A JP 2011189766A JP 5862122 B2 JP5862122 B2 JP 5862122B2
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  The present invention relates to a glass panel mounting structure, and more particularly to a structure in which a glass panel is attached to an upper part of a partition panel.

  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, as a structure for attaching a glass panel, a structure in which a glass panel is elastically held via a packing on a frame attached to a fixing portion by some fixing means is common. Specifically, a concave groove is formed in the inner periphery of the frame body, the periphery of the glass panel is positioned in the concave groove, and the glass panel is sandwiched and held by packing that is forcibly fitted into the concave groove from both the front and back surfaces. Structure.

  Here, when attaching a glass panel to a frame firmly connected in advance to a quadrangle, the horizontal width of the glass panel is set smaller than between the side frames of the frame, and the vertical width of the glass panel is the upper frame and the lower frame After setting the upper edge of the glass panel into the deep groove formed in the upper frame, drop the lower edge of the glass panel into the groove in the lower frame, and then into the groove formed in the side frame. A structure is adopted in which the packing is fitted, the side edges of the glass panel are held by the packing protruding inward from the side frame, and the packing is fitted and held from both the front and back sides in the concave groove of the upper frame. In this case, there is some concern about the support strength of the side of the glass panel. On the other hand, there is a structure in which the frame body is divided into a main body frame and a support frame so that a glass panel set larger than the inner periphery of the frame body can be mounted from the front surface or the rear surface of the frame body. In this case, a bulging portion is provided at the edge on one side of the main body frame, and a support frame is detachably attached to the other side, and a concave groove that holds the periphery of the glass panel between the bulging portion and the support frame is formed. It is also common to form. In any case, the periphery of the glass panel is elastically held by packing from both the front and back surfaces with respect to the concave groove.

  On the other hand, the partition panel generally has a structure in which it is connected to the side through a column erected between the top rail and the ground rail, and the lower part is a steel partition panel and the upper part is a glass panel. A split structure is also provided. In this case, a glass panel is hold | maintained in the space enclosed by the support | pillar of both sides, the upper end of a partition panel, and a top rail.

  In Patent Document 1, a bulging portion is formed downward on one side of the top rail fixed to the ceiling, and a rail piece can be fitted on the other side. The bulging portion, the rail piece, and the top rail A concave groove is formed in the main body portion, the upper edge of the glass panel is accommodated in the concave groove, and the glass panel is sandwiched and held from the front and back by fitting packing to the bulging portion and the rail piece from both the front and rear surfaces, respectively. The structure is described.

  In Patent Document 2, an upper horizontal frame having a groove that opens downward is detachably fitted to a top-opening top rail that has a substantially U-shaped cross section, and a panel such as a glass panel is inserted into the groove in the upper horizontal frame. A structure is described in which the upper edge is received and the upper and lower edges of the panel are held in pressure contact with packings fitted into the recessed grooves from both the front and back surfaces.

  However, in the conventional glass panel mounting structure, the width of the concave groove of the frame body is set to be larger than the thickness of the glass panel, and the corners need to be filled with an elastic body such as rubber packing. Further, when the glass panel is attached between the upper end of the partition panel and the top rail, the workability is not so good because it is necessary to temporarily support the glass panel on the frame. In the case of a structure in which a glass panel (glass plate) with its surroundings left alone is transported to the construction site as a single unit and a frame is attached to the surroundings, the glass panel is held in place on the partition panel. From the point of view, it was necessary for a specialized worker who could handle glass to perform assembly work, and there was a problem in workability.

JP 2003-041696 A JP 2010-106586 A

  Therefore, in view of the above-described situation, the present invention intends to solve an inexpensive glass panel mounting structure that can easily and reliably hold the glass panel in the space between the upper end of the partition panel and the top rail. Is to provide

In order to solve the above-mentioned problems, the present invention is a glass panel mounting structure for mounting a glass panel in a space between the upper end of an upright partition panel and a downwardly opened top rail having a substantially U-shaped cross section. Concave grooves for connecting the side frames upright to both ends of the lower frame joined to the upper end of the partition panel, and receiving the lower and side edges of the glass panel on the upper surface of the lower frame and the inner surface of the side frame, respectively. In the state where the lower edge and the side edge of the glass panel are inserted into the recessed grooves of the lower frame and the side frame, the upper ends of the both side frames are fitted and inserted into the support grooves of the top rail , In order to hold the upper edge of the glass panel by tightly fitting the upper holding member between the top rail and the upper edge of the glass panel, the upper holding member comprises a pair of upper and lower upper frame members, Has a substrate to be bonded to the surface of the glass panel A joining plate to be joined to the back surface of the top plate of the top rail is bent outward at a right angle at the upper edge of the substrate, and a lower plate is bent from the lower edge of the substrate in the same direction as the joining plate. Further, an engagement plate that is engaged with the inner surface of the side plate of the top rail is bent upward from the outer edge of the lower plate, and both upper frame members are formed on both sides of the glass panel from the front and back sides. The glass panel mounting structure is characterized in that the glass panel is closely fitted between the rail and the glass panel .

The upper frame member has a length that fits between the upper ends of the both side frames, and a plurality of engagement protrusions are provided in the longitudinal direction on the outer surface of the engagement plate, and the side plate of the top rail A reinforcing plate that is folded inwardly at the lower end of the reinforcing plate, and the engaging protrusion is locked to the upper edge of the reinforcing plate in a state where the upper frame member is closely fitted between the top rail and the glass panel. (Claim 2 ).

Further, the present invention provides a glass panel mounting structure for mounting a glass panel in a space between the upper end of the upright partition panel and the downwardly opened top rail having a substantially U-shaped cross section, at least at the upper end of the partition panel. Side frames are erected on both ends of the lower frame to be joined, and concave grooves for receiving the lower and side edges of the glass panel are formed on the upper surface of the lower frame and the inner surface of the side frame, respectively. With the lower and side edges of the glass panel inserted into the recessed grooves of the frame and the side frame, the upper ends of the both side frames are inserted into the support grooves of the top rail, and the top rail and the glass panel In order to tightly fit the upper holding member between the upper edge portions and hold the upper edge portion of the glass panel, the upper holding member includes an upper frame and a fitting member, and the upper frame is connected to the upper ends of the both side frames. Concave groove formed on the lower surface of the upper frame while being connected in between The upper edge of the glass panel is received, and the periphery of the glass panel is surrounded and integrated by the lower frame, both side frames, and the upper frame, and the upper frame and the upper edge of the glass panel are covered. With the fitting members attached, the upper ends of the both side frames are inserted into the support grooves of the top rails, and the fitting member with the upper frame is moved up into the support grooves. The glass panel mounting structure is characterized by being fitted and locked (claim 4).

  Here, the fitting member has a length that fits between the upper ends of the both side frames, and has a downwardly open receiving groove that receives the upper frame so as to be movable up and down at the center, and the inner side of the lower end. A pair of fittings that are in contact with the inner surfaces of the two reinforcing plates that are formed to face each other on the upper edge of the glass panel and are folded inwardly at the lower ends of both side plates of the top rail on the outside of the lower end portion. More preferably, the mating piece is formed, and an engaging claw that engages with the upper edge of the reinforcing plate is formed outwardly at the upper end of the fitting piece.

Furthermore, the upper end of the partition panel has a concave groove portion along the longitudinal direction, the lower frame is sized to be fitted in the concave groove portion in a buried state, and the side frame has the same thickness direction dimension as the partition panel. It is more preferable that a fitting portion that fits a part of a column supporting the partition panel is formed on the outside (Claims 3 and 6).

In the glass panel mounting structure according to the first aspect of the present invention, the glass panel mounting structure for mounting the glass panel in the space between the upper end of the upright partition panel and the downwardly opened ceiling rail having a substantially U-shaped cross section is provided. A side frame is connected in an upright state to both ends of a lower frame joined to at least an upper end of the partition panel, and a lower edge and a side of the glass panel are connected to an upper surface of the lower frame and an inner surface of the side frame. Grooves for receiving the edges are formed, and the upper and lower edges of the both side frames are inserted into the support rails of the top rail in the state where the lower and side edges of the glass panel are inserted into the recessed grooves of the lower and side frames. in addition to fitted, to hold the upper edge of the glass panel to close fit the upper holding member between the upper edge of the top rail and the glass panel, the upper retaining member from the pair of front and back upper frame member The upper frame member is a glass panel A substrate to be bonded to the front surface is formed, and a bonding plate to be bonded to the back surface of the top plate of the top rail is bent outward at a right angle at the upper edge of the substrate, and the same as the bonding plate from the lower edge of the substrate The lower plate is bent in the direction, and the engagement plate that is engaged with the inner surface of the side plate of the top rail is bent upward from the outer edge of the lower plate. Since it is closely fitted between the top rail and the glass panel from both the front and back sides of the glass panel, the lower edge of the glass panel is inserted into the groove of the lower frame and the side frame with the side frame connected to both ends of the lower frame. In this state, the lower frame is joined to the upper end of the partition panel, and the upper end portions of the both side frames are inserted into the support grooves of the top rail, and then the upper edge portion of the glass panel is held. The upper holding member is tightly fitted between the top rail and the upper edge of the glass panel. Therefore, the glass panel can be easily and reliably held in the space between the upper end of the partition panel and the top rail, and the concave grooves of the lower frame and the both side frames can be set even if the groove width of the concave groove is set to a minimum. The bottom edge and both side edges of the glass panel can be inserted and held easily, and the edge of the glass panel can be held with less backlash, without using packing as in the past, thus reducing costs. It can be achieved. Furthermore, in a state where the substrate of the upper frame member is in contact with one side surface of the glass panel, it is inserted from the joining plate into the support groove between one side plate of the top rail, and then the engagement plate is placed on the side of the top rail. Inserting while pressing the inner surface of the face plate while pressing until the joining plate is joined to the back surface of the top plate of the top rail, structural elasticity in the out-of-plane direction of the engaging plate of the upper frame member and the side plate of the top rail The glass panel can be held without shakiness by force. Further, since the substrate of the upper frame member and the glass panel are in surface contact, even if the upper frame member is strongly pressed into the support groove of the top rail, the glass panel is not damaged.

According to a second aspect of the present invention, the upper frame member has a length that fits between upper ends of the both side frames, and a plurality of engagement protrusions project in the longitudinal direction on the outer surface of the engagement plate. A reinforcing plate which is folded inwardly at the lower end of the side plate of the top rail is formed, and the engaging projection is formed on the upper edge of the reinforcing plate in a state where the upper frame member is closely fitted between the top rail and the glass panel. Since both ends of the upper frame member can regulate the inward displacement of both side frames, the glass panel can be kept in a fixed state and formed on the side plate of the top rail. The engaging protrusion of the engaging plate of the upper frame member is locked to the upper edge of the goby-folded reinforcing plate, so that the mounting state of the upper frame member to the top rail can be reliably maintained, and the structure is simple. Therefore, the cost increase is small.

The glass panel mounting structure of the invention according to claim 4 is a glass panel mounting structure for mounting the glass panel in a space between the upper end of the upright partition panel and the downwardly opened ceiling rail having a substantially U-shaped cross section. , At least both ends of the lower frame joined to the upper end of the partition panel are connected in a standing manner, and the lower and side edges of the glass panel are received on the upper surface of the lower frame and the inner surface of the side frame, respectively. A concave groove is formed, and with the lower and side edges of the glass panel inserted into the concave grooves of the lower frame and the side frame, the upper ends of the both side frames are inserted into the support grooves of the top rail. In addition, the upper holding member includes an upper frame and a fitting member to tightly fit the upper holding member between the top rail and the upper edge of the glass panel to hold the upper edge of the glass panel , The upper frame is connected between the upper ends of both side frames. The upper edge of the glass panel is received in a concave groove formed on the lower surface of the upper frame, and the periphery of the glass panel is surrounded by the lower frame, both side frames, and the upper frame, and is integrated with the upper frame. In the state where the fitting member is mounted so as to cover the upper edge of the glass panel, the upper ends of the both side frames are fitted and inserted into the support grooves of the top rail, and the upper frame is internally fitted. Since the joint member is moved upward and fitted and locked in the support groove, the lower edge and both sides of the glass panel are inserted into the groove of the lower frame and the side frame with the side frame connected to both ends of the lower frame. Fit the edges, and join the lower frame to the upper end of the partition panel in that state, and insert the upper ends of the side frames into the support groove of the top rail, and then hold the upper edge of the glass panel By closely fitting the member between the top rail and the upper edge of the glass panel, The glass panel can be easily and securely held in the space between the upper end of the partition panel and the top rail, and even if the groove width of the concave groove is set to a minimum, the concave groove of the lower frame and the both side frames The lower edge and both side edges of the glass panel can be inserted and held easily, and the edge of the glass panel can be held with less rattling without using packing as in the past, thus reducing costs. Can be achieved. Furthermore, at the time of shipment from the factory, the periphery of the glass panel can be surrounded by the lower frame, both side frames, and the upper frame so as to be integrated, and it is easy to handle and assemble even if you are not a specialized glass worker. The work efficiency is remarkably increased, the upper frame is concealed by the fitting member, and the upper frame and the upper edge of the glass panel can be held with respect to the top rail.

  According to claim 5, the fitting member has a length that fits between the upper ends of the both side frames, and has a downwardly open receiving groove that receives the upper frame in a vertically movable manner at the center portion. A holding piece that is in contact with the upper edge of the glass panel is formed on the inner side of the lower end, and the inner side of the two reinforcing plates that are formed inwardly on the lower ends of both side plates of the ceiling rail are formed on the outer side of the lower end. A pair of fitting pieces that come into contact with each other and an engaging claw that engages with the upper edge of the reinforcing plate are formed outwardly at the upper end portion of the fitting piece. It can be concealed, and both the fitting pieces fit tightly between the two reinforcing plates of the top rail by simply moving the fitting member upward, and the locking claw locks to the upper edge of the reinforcing plate and fits Since both holding pieces abut against the upper edge of the glass panel from both the front and back sides, the glass panel It may be held without rattling.

According to Claims 3 and 6, the partition panel has a recessed groove portion along the longitudinal direction at the upper end thereof, the lower frame is sized to be fitted in the recessed groove portion, and the side frame is the partition panel. And a fitting part that fits a part of the column supporting the partition panel on the outside is formed, so that the lower frame fits into the concave groove part at the upper end of the partition panel. Because the fitting part on the outside of both side frames fits to the columns on both sides for connecting the partition panel, the support strength is very high even if it is not connected to the lower frame or side frame and other members in particular. Also, it is easy to install the glass panel in the space between the upper end of the partition panel and the top rail.

It is a simplified front view which shows the use condition of the partition apparatus which combined the glass panel and partition panel which concern on this invention. FIG. 2 is an enlarged sectional view taken along line XX in FIG. 1. It is the YY line expanded sectional view of FIG. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS It is the longitudinal cross-sectional view of the state which showed 1st Embodiment of this invention and supported the partition panel and the glass panel between the ground rail and the top rail, (a) is a ZZ line expanded sectional view of FIG. ) Is a cross-sectional view at the end face position of the side panel of the partition panel and the glass panel in a state in which the support is removed. It is a partial expansion longitudinal cross-sectional view which shows the attachment structure of the glass panel of 1st Embodiment. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the attachment structure of the glass panel of 1st Embodiment. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the attachment procedure of the glass panel of 1st Embodiment. It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view of the state which showed 2nd Embodiment of this invention and supported the partition panel and the glass panel between the ground rail and the top rail, (a) is a ZZ line expanded sectional view of FIG. ) Is a cross-sectional view at the end face position of the side panel of the partition panel and the glass panel in a state in which the support is removed. It is a partial expanded longitudinal cross-sectional view which shows the attachment structure of the glass panel of 2nd Embodiment, (a) is the state before fitting a fitting member to a top rail, (b) is fitting a fitting member to a top rail. It is in the state after joining. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the attachment structure of the glass panel of 2nd Embodiment. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the attachment procedure of the glass panel of 2nd Embodiment. It is a simplified front view of the partition device when the vertical dimension of the glass panel is large. It is a disassembled perspective view of the partition panel of this embodiment. A reinforcing metal fitting is shown, (a) is a front view, (b) is a right side view, (c) is a plan view, and (d) is a perspective view. It is a simplified front view of the partition device of the embodiment in which a panel panel is provided instead of the glass panel. FIG. 16 is an enlarged sectional view taken along line Z1-Z1 of FIG. It is a simplified front view of the partition device of the embodiment which provided the open panel instead of the glass panel. It is the Z2-Z2 line expanded sectional view of FIG. It is the Y1-Y1 line expanded sectional view of FIG.

  Next, the present invention will be described in more detail based on the embodiments shown in the accompanying drawings. FIG. 1 shows a use state in which a partition panel and a glass panel are constructed between a floor surface F and a ceiling S to constitute a partition device. FIGS. 2 to 7 show the details, and reference numeral 1 in the figure denotes a partition panel. 2 is a glass panel, 3 is a ground rail, 4 is a top rail, 5 is a support, and 6 is a glass support frame.

  As shown in FIGS. 1 to 4, the partition device according to the present embodiment has support columns 5, standing upright at predetermined intervals between the ground rail 3 fixed to the floor surface F and the top rail 4 fixed to the ceiling S. The partition panel 1 is held upright between the adjacent columns 5 and 5, and the glass panel 2 is held by the glass support frame 6 in the space between the upper end of the partition panel 1 and the ceiling rail 4. Divide the space. Specifically, the ground rail 3 is an approximately U-shaped member opened upward, and the top rail 4 is an approximately U-shaped member opened downward and fixed to face the floor F and the ceiling S, respectively. ing. Then, the lower end of the partition panel 1 is fitted to a baseboard 8 that is externally fitted to the ground rail 3 via an adjuster 7 so that the height can be adjusted, and the lower end of the glass support frame 6 is attached to the upper end of the partition panel 1. The glass support frame body 6 is fitted to the support columns 5 and 5 at both sides and the upper part is fitted into the support groove 9 of the top rail 4 and supported.

  As shown in FIGS. 3, 4, 7, and 13, the partition panel 1 is formed by integrating a core material 10 between steel front and back panel plates 11 and 11. As the core material 10, a paper honeycomb or a paper honeycomb that has been subjected to non-combustible treatment can be used. On both end faces of the partition panel 1 are formed fitting recesses 12 and 12 for receiving and fitting a part of the column 5 along the longitudinal direction at the center in the thickness direction, and on the upper end face and the lower end face. Are formed with concave grooves 13 and 14 along the longitudinal direction at the center in the thickness direction. As shown in FIG. 4 (a), the lower end of the glass support frame 6 is fitted in the recessed groove portion 13 at the upper end of the partition panel 1, and the section opened downward in the recessed groove portion 14 at the lower end. The upper end of the substantially U-shaped baseboard 8 is fitted, and the lower part of the baseboard 8 is externally fitted to the ground rail 3. Further, an adjuster receiver 15 is fitted and installed in the groove of the ground rail 3, and the top plate in the groove of the baseboard 8 is installed at the head of the vertical adjuster bolt 16 screwed into the adjuster receiver 15. Is supported. The lower end of the column 5 is fixed to the baseboard 8 and the upper end is fixed by a ceiling fixing bracket 17 inside the ceiling rail 4 as shown in FIG.

  A glass panel mounting structure according to a first embodiment of the present invention will be described below in detail with reference to FIGS. The glass support frame 6 includes a steel lower frame 18, side frames 19, 19 and a pair of front and back upper frame members 20, 20 as upper holding members. Side frames 19 and 19 are connected to both ends of the lower frame 18 in an upright state, and recessed grooves for receiving the lower and side edges of the glass panel 2 on the upper surface of the lower frame 18 and the inner surface of the side frame 19, respectively. 21 and 22 are formed. As shown in FIG. 7, both side edges of the glass panel 2 are inserted into the concave grooves 22, 22 of the both side frames 19, 19 from above, and the lower edge of the glass panel 2 is inserted into the concave grooves 21 of the lower frame 18. insert. In this state, the upper ends of the side frames 19, 19 are inserted into the support grooves 9 of the ceiling rail 4, and the lower frame 18 is fitted into the recessed groove 13 at the upper end of the partition panel 1. The upper frame members 20, 20 are tightly fitted between the top rail 4 and the glass panel 2 from both the front and back sides of the glass panel 2. Here, since the fitting part 23 which fits a part of the support | pillar 5 which supports the said partition panel 1 in the outer side of the both-sides frames 19 and 19 is formed, this fitting part 23 is fitted to the support | pillar 5. Hold both sides. The glass panel 2 has a lower edge fitted into the recessed groove 21 of the lower frame 18, and both side edges fitted into the recessed grooves 22, 22 of the both side frames 19, 19, and the upper part from both the front and back surfaces of the upper frame. The surroundings are held elastically by the members 20 and 20, thereby holding the periphery. Here, the lower frame 18, the side frame 19, and the upper frame member 20 can be made of an aluminum extrusion mold material or a synthetic resin extrusion material in addition to those made of steel and sheet-metal processed.

  More specifically, as shown in FIGS. 5 and 6, the lower frame 18 is sized to be fitted in the recessed groove portion 13 provided at the upper end of the partition panel 1 in a buried state, and the side frames 19 are connected to both ends. The connecting metal fittings 24, 24 are fixed. As shown in FIGS. 2 and 6, the side frame 19 has the same dimension in the thickness direction as that of the partition panel 1, and the front plate is formed so that both side edges of the inner plate 25 in which the concave grooves 22 are formed are perpendicular to the outside. 26, 26 are formed, and the outer edges of the front plates 26, 26 are bent in opposite directions to form edge plates 27, 27. From the inner edges of the edge plates 27, 27 toward the inner plate 25. Concave portions 28, 28 having a substantially L-shaped cross section are formed by bending, and the concave portions 28, 28 constitute the fitting portion 23. Then, as shown in FIGS. 2, 4 (a), and 5, an elastic sheet 29 is attached to the bottom surfaces of the concave grooves 21, 22 of the lower frame 18 and the side frames 19, 19, The lower edge and both side edges are in contact with the elastic sheet 29. As the elastic sheet 29, an elastic rubber-like material or a porous sponge-like material can be used, and an adhesive surface is preferably formed on one surface.

  As shown in FIGS. 4 to 7, the upper frame member 20 has a length that fits between the upper ends of the side frames 19, 19, and has a substrate 30 that is bonded to the surface of the glass panel 2. Then, a joining plate 32 to be joined to the upper surface of the upper rail 31 of the top rail 4 is bent outward at a right angle at the upper edge of the substrate 30, and in the same direction as the joining plate 32 from the lower edge of the substrate 30. The lower plate 33 is bent, and the engagement plate 35 is further bent from the outer edge of the lower plate 33 and engaged with the inner surface of the side plate 34 of the top rail 4 in pressure contact. Further, the upper frame member 20 is provided with a plurality of engaging protrusions 36 in the longitudinal direction on the outer surface of the engaging plate 35. A reinforcing plate 37 that is folded inward is formed at the lower end of the side plate 34 of the top rail 4, and the top frame member 20 is tightly fitted between the top rail 4 and the glass panel 2 and the reinforcing plate 37. The engaging projections 36 are locked to the upper edge of the upper frame member 20 so that the upper frame member 20 does not fall off. Here, the upper frame members 20, 20 provided on both the front and back surfaces of the glass panel 2 are the same members, and are used in the direction in which the substrate 30 is bonded to the surface of the glass panel 2 by being reversed horizontally.

  As shown in FIG. 6, connecting pieces 25A formed by extending the inner plate 25 to the lower ends of the side frames 19 and 19 on the connecting brackets 24 and 24 provided in advance at both ends of the lower frame 18 from the side. It fastens with screws 25B and 25B, and it is set as the glass support frame 6 of a front view fallen U shape. The glass support frame 6 is connected only to the lower frame 18 and the side frames 19 and 19 and is not connected to the upper frame member 20, but constitutes a frame as a whole.

  Next, a procedure for holding the glass panel 2 in the space between the support columns 5 and 5 on both sides between the upper end of the partition panel 1 and the top rail 4 using the glass support frame 6 will be described. As described above, the lower and both side edges of the glass panel 2 are fitted into the concave groove 21 and the concave grooves 22 and 22 with both side frames 19 and 19 being connected to both ends of the lower frame 18. Are prepared by abutting against an elastic sheet 29 attached to the bottom of the grooves 21 and 22. A fitting recess 12 on one side of the partition panel 1 is fitted to the side of the support column 5 erected between the ground rail 3 or the baseboard 8 and the top rail 4, and at the lower end of the partition panel 1. The concave groove portion 14 is temporarily held by being fitted to the upper end of the baseboard 8. Therefore, the lower frame 18 and the side frames 19 and 19 on which the glass panel 2 is mounted are mounted between the upper end of the partition panel 1 and the top rail 4. For this purpose, the upper portions of both side frames 19, 19 are inserted deeply into the support groove 9 of the top rail 4, and then the lower frame 18 is dropped into the recessed groove portion 13 at the upper end of the partition panel 1 and fitted. Then, the frame body is moved toward the column 5 already standing, and the fitting portion 23 of one side frame 19 is fitted to the column 5. Then, the other support column 5 is fitted into the fitting recess 12 of the partition panel 1 and the fitting portion 23 of the side frame 19 and is fixed in an upright state between the ground rail 3 and the top rail 4. Finally, with the substrate 30 of the upper frame member 20 in contact with one side surface of the glass panel 2, the glass plate 2 is inserted into the support groove 9 between one side plate 34 of the top rail 4 from the joining plate 32. Thereafter, the engagement plate 35 is inserted while being pressed against the inner surface of the side plate 34 of the top rail 4 and is pushed in until the joining plate 32 is joined to the back surface of the top plate 31 of the top rail. The glass panel 2 is held without backlash by the structural elastic force in the out-of-plane direction of the engagement plate 35 and the side plate 34 of the top rail 4. The upper frame member 20 is mounted from both the front and back sides of the glass panel 2, but may be separate or simultaneous.

  Next, a second embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. The glass support frame 6 of the present embodiment is composed of a lower frame 18 made of an aluminum extrusion mold, side frames 19, 19 and an upper frame 60 made of an aluminum extrusion mold. Side frames 19 and 19 are connected to both ends of the lower frame 18 in an upright state, and recessed grooves for receiving the lower and side edges of the glass panel 2 on the upper surface of the lower frame 18 and the inner surface of the side frame 19, respectively. 21 and 22 are formed. As shown in FIGS. 10 and 11, both side edges of the glass panel 2 are inserted into the concave grooves 22, 22 of the both side frames 19, 19 from above, and the lower edge of the glass panel 2 is recessed to the bottom frame 18. Insert into the groove 21. Then, the upper edge of the glass panel 2 is received in the groove 61 formed on the lower surface of the upper frame 60, and both ends of the upper frame 60 are connected between the upper ends of the side frames 19, 19. In this embodiment, the periphery of the glass panel 2 is surrounded and integrated by a glass support frame 6 having a rectangular shape in front view, which includes a lower frame 18, side frames 19, 19 and an upper frame 60. The glass panel 2 can be handled in the same manner as a general panel body by assembling up to this state in the manufacturing factory. That is, the glass support frame 6 protects the cut portion around the glass panel 2 and reinforces the glass panel 2 to prevent breakage during transportation.

  In the present embodiment, the lower frame 18 and the upper frame 60 are used by cutting an aluminum extrusion mold material into a predetermined length. In order to connect to the side frame 19 with screws, lower holes 25C and 25C having a C-shaped cross section are formed in the lower frame 18 at both side positions of the concave groove 21. The lower frame 18 extends outward from both sides of the opening of the concave groove 21 in the front and back direction of the panel, and forms flanges 25D and 25D that abut against the edge plates 39 and 39 at the upper end of the partition panel 1. ing. On the other hand, the upper frame 60 is formed with pilot holes 62 and 62 having a C-shaped cross section for screwing and connecting to the side frame 19 on both sides of the concave groove 61. Then, screws 63, 63 that penetrate the inner plate 25 from the outside at the upper end of the side frame 19 are screwed into the lower holes 62, 62 with the upper edge of the glass panel 2 inserted into the concave groove 61. Connect together.

  In the present embodiment, a fitting member 64 is used together with the upper frame 60 as an upper holding member that holds the upper edge portion of the glass panel 2 in the support groove 9 of the top rail 4. Since the fitting member 64 is required to have appropriate flexibility, the fitting member 64 is made of an extruded mold made of synthetic resin, and as shown in FIGS. 9 and 11, the upper frame 60 and the glass panel 2 are The fitting member 64 in which the upper ends of the side frames 19, 19 are fitted and inserted into the support grooves 9 of the top rail 4 and the upper frame 60 is housed in a state of being mounted so as to cover the edge. Is moved up and engaged and locked in the support groove 9.

  Specifically, the fitting member 64 has a substantially hat-shaped cross section, has a length that fits between the upper ends of the both side frames 19, 19, and can move the upper frame 60 up and down at the center. A holding groove 65 that is open downward to be received, and holding pieces 66 and 66 that are in contact with the upper edge of the glass panel 2 are formed oppositely on the inner side of the lower end, and both side plates of the top rail 4 are formed on the outer side of the lower end. A pair of fitting pieces 67 and 67 are formed in contact with the inner surfaces of both reinforcing plates 37 and 37 formed inwardly at the lower ends of 34 and 34, and the reinforcing plate 37 is formed at the upper end of the fitting piece 67. A locking claw 68 that locks to the upper edge is formed outward. In other words, in the fitting member 64, the receiving groove 65 is formed inside a main body portion having a substantially U-shaped cross section, and the holding pieces 66 and 66 extend inwardly at the lower end of the main body portion, In this structure, the fitting pieces 67 and 67 having a substantially L-shaped cross section are extended in the direction.

In order to cover the fitting member 64 on the upper frame 60, both the holding pieces 66, 66 are expanded, and the upper frame 60 and the upper end of the glass panel 2 are passed through the upper receiving portion 65. accept. Alternatively, when the upper frame 60 is connected between the upper ends of the side frames 19, 19, the same state can be obtained by inserting the upper frame 60 into the receiving groove 65 of the fitting member 64 in advance. Then, the fitting member 64 is vertically movable relative to the upper frame 60. And in order to mount | wear with the glass panel 2 between the upper end of the said partition panel 1 and the top rail 4, as shown in FIG.9 and FIG.11, the upper edge part of the said upper frame 60 and the glass panel 2 is coat | covered. With the fitting member 64 mounted, the upper end portions of the side frames 19, 19 are inserted into the support grooves 9 of the top rail 4, and as shown in FIG. When the fitting member 64 having the upper frame 60 is moved upward, the fitting pieces 67, 67 are fitted between the reinforcing plates 37, 37 of the top rail 4, and the locking claws 68, 68 can be engaged with the upper edges of the reinforcing plates 37 and 37 to maintain the fitted state. In this state, both holding pieces 66, 66 of the fitting member 64 abut against the upper edge of the glass panel 2 from both the front and back surfaces, so that the glass panel 2 can be held without backlash. Here, since the fitting member 64 has moderate flexibility, the glass panel 2 can be elastically held.

  FIG. 12 shows an embodiment in which the vertical dimension of the glass panel 2 is larger than the vertical dimension of the partition panel 1. In this case, the glass panel 2 occupies the main part of the partition device.

  Here, based on FIG.13 and FIG.14, the structure of the said partition panel 1 is demonstrated easily. The partition panel 1 is formed by integrating a non-combustible honeycomb core material 10 between steel front and back panel plates 11, 11. As shown in FIG. 13, the panel plate 11 is formed around a surface plate 38. Is bent to the back side to form the edge plate 39, and the recessed portion 40 is bent to the inside from the inner edge of each edge plate 39 on both the left and right sides. Then, by bonding and integrating the back surfaces of the front plate 38 of the panel plates 11 and 11 to both the front and back sides of the core member 10, both the concave and recessed portions 40 and 40 of the front and back panel plates 11 and 11 are formed on both sides. The fitting recesses 12 and 12 are formed on the end surface, and the recessed groove portions 13 and 14 are formed on the upper and lower end surfaces.

  Further, the partition panel 1 is set so that the concave portions 40 and 40 of the panel plates 11 and 11 on the front and back sides do not come into contact with each other, and the same height of the concave portions 40 of the both panel plates 11 is set. Claw pieces 44, 44 formed at both ends of the connection plate 43 of the reinforcing metal fitting 42 that is formed with engagement holes 41, 41 at positions and can be joined to the bottom surface portion in the fitting recess 12, 11 are respectively engaged with the corresponding engagement holes 41 and 41 to define the interval between the panel plates 11 and 11.

  When a plurality of partition panels 1,... And glass panels 2,... Are provided laterally through the support columns 5, the edge plates 39, 39 formed on the panel plates 11, 11 of the adjacent partition panels 1, 1. A joint portion 45 having a predetermined width is formed between the space and the edge plates 27 and 27 formed on the side frames 19 and 19 of the glass panel 2.

  15 and 16, a space panel 46 having the same dimensions is provided in the space between the upper end of the partition panel 1 and the top rail 4 instead of the glass panel 2. A fitting projection 47 that fits into the groove 13 at the upper end of the partition panel 1 is formed at the lower end of the space panel 46, and a fitting recess (not shown) that fits into the column 5 on both side end surfaces. ) Is formed. The structure of the space panel 46 is almost the same as that of the partition panel 1, and the structure for holding the upper end of the partition panel 1, the top rail 4, and both columns 5, 5 is held by the glass support frame 6. It is the same as the structure.

  17 and 18, an open frame body 48 having the same size is provided in the space between the upper end of the partition panel 1 and the top rail 4 instead of the glass panel 2. The open frame 48 has almost the same structure except that the lower closing member 49 and the both side frames 50, 50 do not have the lower frame 18, both side frames 19, 19 and the concave grooves 21, 22 of the glass support frame 6. Then, with the side frames 50 and 50 connected to both ends of the lower closing member 49 in an upright state, the lower closing member 49 is fitted and screwed into the recessed groove portion 13 of the partition panel 1 in a buried state, The upper part of the side frame 50 is inserted into the support groove 9 of the top rail 4 and fitted to the support column 5. Then, an upper closing member 51 having a substantially U-shaped cross section whose lower surface is closed between the upper end portions of both side frames 50, 50 is fitted and held between both side plates 34, 34 of the top rail 4.

  FIG. 19 is an enlarged cross-sectional view taken along line Y1-Y1 of FIG. 1, and shows a structure around the door 52 provided in a part of the partition device. The vertical frames 53 and 53 are fitted inside the columns 5 and 5 spaced apart from each other, and are connected by screws, and a horizontal frame 54 is connected between the upper ends of the vertical frames 53 and 53 to form a door frame. A door 52 is provided on the door frame so as to be rotatable by hinges 55 and 55. Since the width of the door 52 is usually narrower than the width of the partition panel 1, in order to realize a continuous structure with the same pitch, the column 5 is erected close to the outside of one vertical frame 53, Auxiliary panel plates 56, 56 are fitted and locked on both the front and back surfaces of the column 5 and the vertical frame 53. It is also possible to incorporate the electromagnetic lock function and security function of the door 52 in the space between the front and back auxiliary panel plates 56, 56.

1 partition panel, 2 glass panel,
3 ground rails, 4 top rails,
5 struts, 6 glass support frame,
7 adjusters, 8 baseboards,
9 support groove, 10 core material,
11 Panel board, 12 Fitting recess,
13 groove part, 14 groove part,
15 Adjuster bracket, 16 Adjuster bolt,
17 Ceiling fixing bracket, 18 Lower frame,
19 side frame, 20 upper frame member (upper holding member),
21 groove, 22 groove,
23 fitting parts, 24 connecting brackets,
25 inner plate, 25A connecting piece,
25B screw, 25C pilot hole,
25D buttocks, 26 front plate,
27 edge plate, 28 recessed part,
29 elastic sheet, 30 substrate,
31 top plate, 32 joint plate,
33 Lower plate, 34 Side plate,
35 engaging plate, 36 engaging protrusion,
37 Reinforcement plate, 38 Surface plate,
39 edge plate, 40 recessed part,
41 engagement hole, 42 reinforcing bracket,
43 connecting plates, 44 nail pieces,
45 joints, 46 transom panels,
47 fitting convex part, 48 open frame,
49 lower closing member, 50 side frame,
51 upper closing member, 52 door,
53 vertical frame, 54 horizontal frame,
55 Hinge, 56 Auxiliary panel board,
60 upper frame (upper holding member), 61 concave groove,
62 pilot holes, 63 screws,
64 fitting members (upper holding members), 65 receiving grooves,
66 holding pieces, 67 fitting pieces,
68 Claws,
F floor, S ceiling.

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  1. A glass panel mounting structure in which a glass panel is mounted in a space between the upper end of an upright partition panel and a downwardly opened top rail having a substantially U-shaped cross section, at least both ends of a lower frame joined to the upper end of the partition panel A side frame is connected in an upright state, and a groove is formed on the upper surface of the lower frame and the inner side surface of the side frame to receive the lower edge and the side edge of the glass panel. while inserting the lower edge and side edge of the glass panel in the groove, as well as fitted to the upper end of the side frames in a support groove of the top rail, between the upper edge of the top rail and the glass panel In order to closely fit the upper holding member to hold the upper edge portion of the glass panel, the upper holding member is composed of a pair of upper and lower upper frame members, and the upper frame member has a substrate to be bonded to the surface of the glass panel. And the upper surface of the top rail on the upper edge of the substrate. A joining plate to be joined to the back surface of the substrate is bent at a right angle outward, and a lower plate is bent from the lower edge of the substrate in the same direction as the joining plate. An engagement plate that is pressed and engaged with the inner surface of the side plate of the rail is bent, and both upper frame members are closely fitted between the top rail and the glass panel from both the front and back sides of the glass panel. A glass panel mounting structure characterized by that.
  2. The upper frame member has a length that fits between upper ends of the both side frames, and has a plurality of engaging protrusions protruding in the longitudinal direction on the outer surface of the engaging plate, and the lower end of the side plate of the top rail. A reinforcing plate folded inwardly is formed on the upper frame member, and the engaging projection is locked to the upper edge of the reinforcing plate in a state where the upper frame member is closely fitted between the top rail and the glass panel. Item 2. A glass panel mounting structure according to Item 1 .
  3. The upper end of the partition panel has a concave groove along the longitudinal direction, the lower frame is sized to be fitted in the concave groove, and the side frame has the same thickness direction dimension as the partition panel. The glass panel mounting structure according to claim 1 or 2 , wherein a fitting portion for internally fitting a part of a column supporting the partition panel is formed outside.
  4. A glass panel mounting structure in which a glass panel is mounted in a space between the upper end of an upright partition panel and a downwardly opened top rail having a substantially U-shaped cross section, at least both ends of a lower frame joined to the upper end of the partition panel A side frame is connected in an upright state, and a groove is formed on the upper surface of the lower frame and the inner side surface of the side frame to receive the lower edge and the side edge of the glass panel. With the lower and side edges of the glass panel inserted in the groove, the upper ends of the side frames are inserted into the support groove of the ceiling rail, and between the ceiling rail and the upper edge of the glass panel. In order to tightly fit the upper holding member and hold the upper edge portion of the glass panel, the upper holding member includes an upper frame and a fitting member, and connects the upper frame between the upper ends of the both side frames, The glass panel is inserted into a groove formed on the lower surface of the upper frame. The upper edge of the glass panel is received, and the periphery of the glass panel is surrounded by the lower frame, both side frames, and the upper frame, and the fitting is performed so that the upper frame and the upper edge of the glass panel are covered. With the members mounted, the upper end portions of the both side frames are fitted into the support grooves of the top rail, and the fitting member with the upper frame is moved upward to engage the fitting in the support grooves. A glass panel mounting structure characterized by being stopped.
  5.   The fitting member has a length that fits between the upper ends of the both side frames, has a downwardly open receiving groove that receives the upper frame so that it can move up and down in the center, and the glass inside the lower end A pair of fitting pieces that are in contact with the inner surfaces of both reinforcing plates are formed facing each other on the upper edge of the panel, and are formed inwardly at the lower ends of both side plates of the top rail. The glass panel mounting structure according to claim 4, wherein a locking claw that locks the upper edge of the reinforcing plate is formed outward at the upper end of the fitting piece.
  6. The upper end of the partition panel has a concave groove along the longitudinal direction, the lower frame is sized to be fitted in the concave groove, and the side frame has the same thickness direction dimension as the partition panel. The glass panel mounting structure according to claim 4 or 5 , wherein a fitting portion for internally fitting a part of a column supporting the partition panel is formed outside.
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