KR100663224B1 - Wooden decorative form assembly of constructing wall - Google Patents

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KR100663224B1
KR100663224B1 KR1020040096324A KR20040096324A KR100663224B1 KR 100663224 B1 KR100663224 B1 KR 100663224B1 KR 1020040096324 A KR1020040096324 A KR 1020040096324A KR 20040096324 A KR20040096324 A KR 20040096324A KR 100663224 B1 KR100663224 B1 KR 100663224B1
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The present invention relates to a wooden decorative formwork assembly for wall construction that is left as it is without removing formwork formed by laminating hardwood after filling concrete or soil when constructing a structure such as a wall.

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Wooden decorative formwork assembly for wall construction {WOODEN DECORATIVE FORM ASSEMBLY OF CONSTRUCTING WALL}

1 is a perspective view showing a conventional formwork combined exterior packaging material.

Figure 2 is a side view of the wooden decorative formwork assembly for wall construction according to an embodiment of the present invention.

3 is a plan view of FIG.

4 is an exploded perspective view of the main part of the embodiment.

5 is a perspective view partially showing a decorative formwork according to another embodiment of the present invention.

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10a, 10b: Decorative dies 11a, 11b: Decorative lumber

13a, 13b: coupling groove 15a, 15b: coupling protrusion

25a, 25b: Joint groove 27a, 27b: Joint connecting rod

30: spacer unit 40a, 40b: support member

41a, 41b: guide rail 43a, 43b: connecting plate

45a, 45b: Communication hole 47a, 47b: Rod

50: spacer 51a, 51b: guide

53: horizontal bar 55: vertical bar

60: longitudinal rebar mounting portion 65: longitudinal rebar

70: transverse rebar mounting portion 75: transverse rebar

The present invention relates to a wooden decorative formwork assembly for wall construction that is left as it is without removing formwork formed by laminating hardwood after filling concrete or soil when constructing a structure such as a wall.

Background Art Conventionally, for example, the one disclosed in the publication of Korean Unexamined Utility Model No. 1997-49731 has been proposed as a formwork building exterior material. As shown in Fig. 1, the formwork building exterior panel is installed by installing a "c" type spacing retainer (not shown) for maintaining the plate (1) (1 ') bent at one end stepped at a constant interval. (3) is formed in the step | step part 4 combined.

The formwork building exterior composite material thus constructed has the following problems.

When the plate 1, 1 'is composed of a single size of wood, it is more expensive to purchase than processed lumber or logs, especially when the size is smaller than the plate to be constructed.

In addition, when a defect such as cracking or damage occurs in the single plate 1 (1 ') itself or in handling, there is a waste of having to replace one sheet.

In addition, since the spacer is fixed to the plate and the plate by bonding or riveting, the work for fixing a plurality of spacers can be very complicated and cumbersome.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made to solve the above-described problems, and an object thereof is to provide a wood decorative formwork assembly for wall construction that is easy to assemble and can be constructed in stages, and has excellent strength while reducing recycling and material costs.

Wood decorative formwork assembly for wall construction of the present invention for achieving the above object, the outer wall decorative formwork is formed of laminated timber, the outer wall supporting member for supporting the corners of the outer wall decorative formwork, the inner wall decorative formwork formed with laminated wood And an inner wall supporting member for supporting the corners of the inner wall decorative formwork, and a spacer installed between the outer wall supporting member and the inner wall supporting member.

According to this configuration, not only the assembly is easy and can be carried out step by step, but also excellent strength can be obtained while reducing the recycling and material costs.

In the above-described configuration, when the guide rail is formed on the outer wall support member and the inner wall support member, and guides coupled to the guide rail are formed at both ends of the spacer, assembly of the spacer becomes convenient.

In addition, when the spacer is installed in the longitudinal rebar mounting portion of the snap ring method, it is easy to reinforce the longitudinal rebar.

In addition, the outer wall support member and the inner wall support member, the connecting plate disposed between the upper and lower sides of the decorative formwork and the square, the guide rail for supporting the connecting plate, the decorative formwork and communication connecting the connecting plate Ball and a rod inserted into the communication hole.

On the other hand, there is an advantage that the coupling groove is formed on the lower surface of the square, the coupling projection is fitted to the opposite coupling groove on the upper surface, preventing foreign matter from penetrating from the outside and increasing the bonding strength.

In addition, it is preferable that the outer bottom surface of the coupling groove is formed below the inner bottom surface, and the inner top surface of the coupling protrusion is formed above the outer top surface.

In addition, if a gap is formed between the inner lower surface of the coupling groove and the inner upper surface of the opposing coupling protrusion, the poured concrete may penetrate into the gap and be fixed to further increase the bonding strength.

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings.

Figure 2 is a side view of the wooden decorative formwork assembly for wall construction according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, Figure 3 is a plan view of Figure 2, Figure 4 is an exploded perspective view of the main part of this embodiment.

As shown in Figures 2 to 4, the wooden decorative formwork assembly for wall construction of the first embodiment is the outer wall decorative formwork (10a), the inner wall decorative formwork (10b), the outer wall decorative formwork (10a) and the inner wall decorative formwork It consists of the spacer unit 30 which keeps 10b constant space.

Decorative formwork (10a) (10b) is a wall formed by parallel stacking of the lumber (11a) (11b) having a predetermined length, a formwork decorative decorative material that remains unremoved after the concrete is poured or after the soil is filled It functions as.

The spacer unit 30 is an outer wall support member 40a and an inner wall support member 40b for supporting the wood chips 11a and 11b, and a spacer provided between the outer wall support member 40a and the inner wall support member 40b. It consists of 50.

In this way, the wood (11a) (11b) are laminated in parallel to form a wall, it is possible to recycle, the appearance is made of wood, environmentally friendly, can be assembled in the field can be constructed in stages.

On the other hand, the spacer 50 is installed in a sliding manner on the outer wall support member 40a and the inner wall support member 40b. That is, guide rails 41a and 41b are formed at the outer wall support member 40a and the inner wall support member 40b, and the spacers 50 are guides 51a coupled to the guide rails 41a and 41b at both ends thereof. 51b is formed. As shown in FIG. 5, the guide rails 41a and 41b and the guides 51a and 51b are bent back and forth (V-shape on the plane). Therefore, not only sliding up and down, but also assembly / disassembly is possible back and forth. The guide 51a and the guide 51b are connected by a horizontal bar 53, and a vertical bar 55 is preferably placed on the horizontal bar 53.

Due to this sliding method, the assembly of the spacer 50 becomes very convenient.

The spacer 50 is preferably provided with a longitudinal ring mounting portion 60 of the snap ring method. That is, as shown in Figure 3, the longitudinal rebar mounting portion 60 is a C-shaped ring, it is fixed by pushing the longitudinal reinforcing bar 65 indicated by the dotted line through the ring opening can be easily reinforcement. Therefore, it is not necessary for the worker to bundle and fix the longitudinal reinforcement 65 with wires. In addition, it is preferable that the transverse rebar mounting portion 70 to which the transverse rebar 75 is installed in the spacer 50 has a function similar to that of the longitudinal rebar mounting portion 60. The longitudinal rebar mounting unit 60 and the transverse rebar mounting unit 70 are preferably installed at a portion where the horizontal bar 70 and the vertical bar 55 cross each other.

In addition, the outer wall support member 40a and the inner wall support member 40b include connecting plates 43a and 41b disposed between the upper and lower portions of the decorative molds 10a and 10b and the wood 11a and 11b. Guide rails 41a and 41b for supporting the connecting plates 43a and 43b, and communication holes 45a and 45b for communicating the decorative dies 10a and 10b and the connecting plates 43a and 43b. And the rods 47a and 47b that are inserted into the communication holes 45a and 45b.

In this way, the lumbers 11a and 11b and the connecting plates 43a and 43b are supported by the rods 47a and 47b to restrain relative movements between the lumbers so that they are firmly subjected to the large pressure caused by concrete pouring or soil filling. Can withstand

On the other hand, as shown in Figs. 2 to 4, the joining grooves (13a) and (b) in the corners (11a) (11b), and the engaging projections (15a) (15b) fitted to the engaging grooves (13a) (13b). ) Is formed. By this configuration, the relative movement of the wood chips 11a and 11b can be further suppressed and the bonding strength can be improved. In addition, when the coupling grooves 13a and 13b are disposed on the lower surface of the wood blocks 11a and 11b and the coupling protrusions 15a and 15b are disposed on the upper surface, the foreign matter (rainwater) penetration from the outside is vice versa. It is preferable in that it is more difficult than (in this case, rainwater may enter the groove by riding).

In addition, the outer lower surface 14 of the engaging grooves 13a and 13b is formed below the inner lower surface 16, and the inner upper surface 20 of the engaging projections 15a and 15b is higher than the outer upper surface 18. It is preferably formed in. The following effects can be obtained from the coupling grooves 13a and 13b and the coupling protrusions 15a and 15b which are coupled in such a structure. First, the outer contact area 17 of the engaging projections 15a and 15b is large, so that it can be reinforced with strength that can withstand more force from the outer wall, and second, the engaging contact structure is a maze, such as wind. The function of delaying the flow of air can function to a certain degree of thermal insulation.

In addition, when a gap c is formed between the inner bottom surface 16 of the coupling grooves 13a and 13b and the inner top surface 20 of the opposing coupling protrusions 15a and 15b, in particular, the concrete to be poured is Penetration and fixation into the gap (c) can further improve the bonding strength between the wood (11a, 11b).

On the other hand, this gap (c) may be unnecessary when the soil or the like is filled, as shown in Figure 5, the connecting plate (43a) (41b) on the inner upper surface 20 of the engaging projection (15a) (15b) Mounting grooves 20a and 20b to be mounted may be formed.

If it is necessary to increase the size for the sufficient strength function of the above-described connecting plates 43a and 43b, the grooves 21a extending with the mounting grooves 20a and 20b also in the engaging projections 15a and 15b. It is preferable that 21b is further formed.

The decorative molds 10a and 10b configured as described above are connected to each other through a joint. As shown in FIGS. 3 to 5, the joint grooves 25a and 25b are provided on the side surfaces, and the joint connecting rods 27a and 27b are connected to the joint holes of the joint grooves 25a and 25b. Can be inserted and supported.

Wall decorative formwork assembly for wall construction according to an embodiment of the present invention can be carried out by various modifications within the scope allowed by the spirit of the present invention without being limited to the above-described embodiment.

As apparent from the above description, the wood decorative formwork assembly for wall construction of the present invention has the following effects.

First, the formwork formed by laminated wood remains as it is, even after the construction of the wall, so that it can be decorated as ① environmentally friendly, ② harmonious with the log building, ③ construction of concrete placement or filling of soil in stages, and ④ single timber. Bond strength is higher than formwork, and it is inexpensive in terms of cost.

Second, guide rails are formed on the outer wall support member and the inner wall support member, and guides coupled to the guide rails are formed at both ends of the spacer to facilitate assembly of the spacer.

Third, the spacer is installed in the longitudinal rebar mounting portion of the snap ring, by simply inserting the longitudinal reinforcement to maintain a standing state, the wire fixing work for the reinforcement of the longitudinal reinforcement is unnecessary.

Fourth, the outer wall support member and the inner wall support member, the connecting plate disposed between the upper and lower sides of the decorative formwork and the square, the guide rail for supporting the connecting plate, and the communication hole for communicating the decorative formwork and the connecting plate; In addition, the rod is inserted into the communication hole, thereby restraining the relative movement between the lumber and the lumber, so that it can firmly withstand the great pressure caused by concrete pouring or soil filling.

Fifth, the coupling groove is formed on the lower surface of the square wood, the engaging projection is fitted to the opposite coupling groove on the upper surface, ① restrain the relative movement between the square wood and each wooden box ② ② there is a fear that the rainwater infiltrates in the lower surface of the coupling groove There is no.

Sixth, the outer bottom surface of the coupling groove is lower than the inner bottom surface, the inner upper surface of the coupling protrusion is formed above the upper outer surface, ① wind and the like to delay the air flow to some degree of thermal insulation insulation ② ② of the coupling protrusion The outer contact area is large and can be reinforced to a strength that can withstand more force from the outer wall.

Seventh, if a gap is formed between the inner lower surface of the coupling groove and the inner upper surface of the opposing coupling protrusion, in particular, when concrete is introduced into the gap and solidifies, the bonding strength can be significantly improved.

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  4. Outer wall decorative formwork formed by lamination of wood, outer wall supporting member supporting the corners of the outer wall decoration formwork, inner wall decorative formwork formed by the lamination of wood, inner wall supporting member supporting the corners of the inner wall formwork, and the outer wall supporting member And a spacer installed between the inner wall support member,
    Guide rails are formed on the outer wall support member and the inner wall support member, and guides coupled to the guide rails are formed at both ends of the spacer.
    The outer wall support member and the inner wall support member may include: a connecting plate disposed between the upper and lower sides of the decorative formwork and the square pieces; the guide rail supporting the connecting plate; and a communication hole communicating the decorative formwork with the connecting plate; Wooden decorative formwork assembly for wall construction, characterized in that consisting of a rod that is inserted into the communication hole.
  5. The woodworking formwork assembly for wall construction according to claim 4, wherein a coupling groove is formed on a lower surface of the wooden block, and a coupling protrusion is fitted on an opposite coupling groove on an upper surface thereof.
  6. According to claim 5, The outer surface of the coupling groove is formed below the inner surface, the inner surface of the coupling projection is formed on the wooden decorative formwork for the wall construction, characterized in that formed above the upper surface.
  7. The woodworking formwork assembly for wall construction according to claim 6, wherein a gap is formed between the inner bottom surface of the coupling groove and the inner top surface of the coupling protrusion facing each other.
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