KR100749894B1 - Lift-up and sliding system windows and doors - Google Patents

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KR100749894B1
KR100749894B1 KR1020050043032A KR20050043032A KR100749894B1 KR 100749894 B1 KR100749894 B1 KR 100749894B1 KR 1020050043032 A KR1020050043032 A KR 1020050043032A KR 20050043032 A KR20050043032 A KR 20050043032A KR 100749894 B1 KR100749894 B1 KR 100749894B1
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05CBOLTS OR FASTENING DEVICES FOR WINGS, SPECIALLY FOR DOORS OR WINDOWS
    • E05C3/00Fastening devices with bolts moving pivotally or rotatively
    • E05C3/12Fastening devices with bolts moving pivotally or rotatively with latching action
    • E05C3/14Fastening devices with bolts moving pivotally or rotatively with latching action with operating handle or equivalent member rigid with the latch
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05BLOCKS; ACCESSORIES THEREFOR; HANDCUFFS
    • E05B63/00Locks or fastenings with special structural characteristics
    • E05B63/18Locks or fastenings with special structural characteristics with arrangements independent of the locking mechanism for retaining the bolt or latch in the retracted position
    • E05B63/185Preventing actuation of a bolt when the wing is open
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05DHINGES OR OTHER SUSPENSION DEVICES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS OR WINGS
    • E05D15/00Suspension arrangements for wings
    • E05D15/06Suspension arrangements for wings for wings sliding horizontally more or less in their own plane
    • E05D15/10Suspension arrangements for wings for wings sliding horizontally more or less in their own plane movable out of one plane into a second parallel plane
    • E05D15/1005Suspension arrangements for wings for wings sliding horizontally more or less in their own plane movable out of one plane into a second parallel plane the wing being supported on arms movable in horizontal planes
    • E05D15/1013Suspension arrangements for wings for wings sliding horizontally more or less in their own plane movable out of one plane into a second parallel plane the wing being supported on arms movable in horizontal planes specially adapted for windows
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05DHINGES OR OTHER SUSPENSION DEVICES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS OR WINGS
    • E05D15/00Suspension arrangements for wings
    • E05D15/56Suspension arrangements for wings with successive different movements
    • E05D15/565Suspension arrangements for wings with successive different movements for raising wings before sliding

Abstract

The present invention is a sliding sliding door including lifting means for elevating the window 2 in conjunction with the operation of the handle 11 mounted on the handle bundle 1, and unlocking means for locking or unlocking the window 2 and the window frame. In the system window, the unlocking means is provided with a manual locking striker (3 ') fixed to the window frame and a steel operating bar (21) installed on the window (2) correspondingly and movable up and down, the handle ( 11) a manual unlocking means for locking or releasing the window frame 2 and the window frame in conjunction with the operation of the window frame, an automatic locking striker 3 fixed to the window frame, and correspondingly rotating the window frame 2 at a predetermined angle. Automatic locking means having a hook (18) installed and the hook (18) is fastened to the automatic locking striker (3) at the moment the window (2) is closed to automatically lock the window (2) and the window frame, and the handle In conjunction with the operation of (11) and the hook (18) It provides a raised sliding door system door comprising a manual release means for releasing the locking of the automatic locking striker (3) to manually unlock the window frame (2) and the window frame.
Such a sliding door system door according to the present invention has the effect of locking the window automatically without closing the handle even if the user does not turn the handle can be safely performed, even if you close the window hard, the closing force is buffered It has a soft closing effect.
Lifting Sliding Door, Hardware, Automatic Locking, Hook, Shock Absorber, System Window

Description

Lift-up and sliding system windows and doors}

1 is an elevational view showing a general lift sliding system window

Figure 2 is a view showing a locked state of the conventional sliding door system window

Figure 3 is a view showing the unlocking state of the conventional sliding door system window

4a and 4b is a view showing a complete release state of the sliding door system window according to an embodiment of the present invention

5a and 5b is a view showing a one-stage locking state of the sliding door system window according to an embodiment of the present invention

Figure 6 is a view showing the first step of unlocking the sliding door system door according to an embodiment of the present invention

7a and 7b is a view showing a two-stage locking state of the sliding door system window according to an embodiment of the present invention

Figure 8 is an enlarged view of the main portion of the automatic locking means applied to the sliding door system window according to an embodiment of the present invention

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1: bunch of handles 2: window frame

3: Automatic lock striker 3 ': Manual lock striker

11: handle 12: guide bar

13: shock absorber 14: key ring

15: keyway 16: detent

17: release lever 18: hook

19: Link 21: Steel Operation Bar

181: hill portion 182: buffer press

183: striker engaging portion 184: rotary shaft

185: detent jaw

The present invention relates to a sliding door system window, and more particularly, to a sliding door system window configured to absorb the strong repulsion force that may occur when the window is closed, the window closes smoothly, and is automatically locked when closed.

The lifting and sliding system window comprises a window frame, a fixed window installed on the window frame, a movable window moving left and right along the rail on the window frame, a manual unlocking means for manually locking or releasing the movable window, and a slight lifting of the movable window. It consists of a hardware unit including a lifting means for lowering.

1 is an elevation view showing a general sliding door system window, as shown in the fixed window 200 on the right side of the window frame 300, the movable window 100 is installed on the left side. The movable window 100 is equipped with a handle 101 so that the user can lift and lower the movable window 100 by using the handle 101. Hardware is installed to function to unlock, and the striker 301 for this is also installed in the window frame 300.

2 and 3 illustrate a locked state and a unlocked state of a conventional sliding door system window, and the conventional sliding door system window includes a plurality of strikers 301 and the striker installed at one vertical frame of the window frame 300. A locking hole 104 is formed corresponding to 301 and the steel operating bar 102 is driven up and down, the aluminum bar 103 covering and protecting the steel operating bar 102, and the steel operating bar 102. Roller 120 to generate a driving force to drive the up and down) and the movement of the handle bundle 110 and the handle bundle 110 to include a moving component in the vertical direction to lift or lower the window slightly It includes.

The operation of the existing sliding door system door, such as, the key groove formed in the key holder 140 of the handle bundle 110 in the down & fix (down state locked state) as shown in FIG. When the handle 101 mounted on the 111 is rotated 180 degrees in the clockwise direction, its rotational force is controlled by the link 130 and the guide 131 of the handle bundle 110 and the steel operating bar 102 and the roller 120. Is delivered). Then, the steel operation bar 102 is raised to unwind the striker 301, the roller 120 is lowered to lift the window slightly, as shown in Figure 3, the state can open the window smoothly up and slide (Up &Slide; window is lifted slightly to move along the rail).

In addition, the window is closed in the up and slide state as described above, and the handle 101 mounted in the key groove 111 formed in the key holder 140 of the handle bundle 110 is rotated 180 degrees in the counterclockwise direction. When the rotational force thereof is transmitted to the steel operating bar 102 and the roller 120 by the link 130 and the guide 131 of the handle bundle 110. Then, the steel operation bar 102 is lowered to lock the striker 301, the roller 120 is raised to sit down the window locked state as shown in Figure 2, namely down & fix (Down & Fix) status.

As described in the related art, when the window is closed, the handle can be opened unless the handle is turned and locked. Therefore, if the user is not careful, it is difficult to prevent external invasion. Although the operation of the handle is generally designed in consideration of the window frame, when the window is closed and locked, the handle should be rotated 180 degrees from the downward direction to the window opening (counterclockwise here). It may not be done.

That is, the sliding door system window according to the prior art has to be locked by the user always turn the handle when locking the window, there is an inconvenience that requires the user's attention when locking.

In addition, the conventional sliding door system doors such as this occurs when the user closes the window hard, the case that pops out due to the elasticity of the window frame and the window frame also has an uncomfortable problem.

Therefore, the present invention has been created to solve the above problems, the object of the present invention is to automatically lock the window slid even if the handle does not turn the handle in the sliding door system door can be securely lock the window without user attention In addition, it does not pop out even if the window is closed tightly to provide a convenient lift sliding system system.

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According to the present invention for achieving the above object, the lifting and sliding system window comprises a lifting means for elevating the window in conjunction with the operation of the handle mounted on the handle bundle, and unlocking means for locking or unlocking the window and the window frame The lifting and sliding system window has a manual unlocking striker fixed to the window frame, and correspondingly, a steel operation bar installed on the window and moving up and down, and locking or releasing the window and the window frame in conjunction with the operation of the handle. Unlocking means;

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Automatic locking striker fixed to the window frame, and corresponding to the hook is rotatably installed at a predetermined angle on the window spear and the automatic locking means for locking the window sill and window frame automatically as the hook is fixed to the automatic locking striker when the window is closed and;

It includes a manual release means for releasing the hook and the automatic locking striker in conjunction with the operation of the handle to manually unlock the window and the window frame.

Here, the hook is supported by one side of the shock absorber.

In addition, the automatic locking means includes an automatic locking striker, a hook provided to hang the automatic locking striker, and a detent for fixing the hook at the time of automatic locking.

The manual release means is a release lever that pulls the detent to release the hook.

Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail. Many specific configurations, such as the following description and the annexed drawings, are shown to provide a more general understanding of the invention, but the invention is not limited thereto. In the following description, descriptions of well-known structures and functions not directly related to the present invention will be omitted.

4A and 4B are views showing a completely released state of the sliding door system window according to the embodiment of the present invention, and show a state in which the window 2 can move freely. In addition, Figure 8 is an enlarged view of the main portion of the automatic locking means applied to the sliding door system window according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Lifting means for elevating the window 2 in conjunction with the operation of the handle 11 mounted on the handle bundle 1 and the unlocking means for locking / unlocking the window 2 and the frame according to an embodiment of the present invention In the sliding sliding system window comprising a, the unlocking means is

Manual locking striker (3 ') fixed to the window frame and correspondingly installed on the window (2) and correspondingly comprises a steel operating bar (21) to move up and down and the window (2) in conjunction with the operation of the handle (11) Manual unlocking means for locking and unlocking

Automatic locking striker (3) fixed to the window frame and corresponding to the hook (18) rotatably installed at the window (2) corresponding to the window and the hook (18) is automatically locked when the window (2) is closed Automatic locking means for filling and fixing the striker (3) to lock the window frame (2) and the window frame,

It includes a manual release means for releasing the hook (2) and the window frame by releasing the hook 18 and the automatic locking striker (3) in conjunction with the operation of the handle (11).

The lifting means and the manual unlocking means are generally used in the sliding door system window, lifting or lowering the window 2 by turning the handle 11, and also by turning the handle 11 Steel operating bar 21 installed in the up and down to move the steel operating bar 21 to the manual lock striker (3 ') is locked or released to lock or release the window (2). This configuration is in a general manner, and thus a detailed description of the configuration and function thereof is omitted.

As shown in FIG. 8, the automatic locking means includes an automatic locking striker 3, a hook 18 provided to hold the automatic locking striker 3, and a hook 18 for automatic locking. A detent 16 for securing.

The manual release means is for releasing the self-locking state, by releasing the detent 16 supporting the hook 3 holding the self-locking striker 3 to release the fixed state of the hook 18. Is a release lever (17 in FIG. 8).

The automatic locking striker (3) is bent at the end of the 'b' shape so that the hook 18 is hooked, the hook 18, the detent 16 and the heze lever 17 is rotated at a predetermined angle This is possible and each torsion spring is installed to provide resilience.

The hook 18 is provided with a torsion spring so as to have a force to rotate in the counterclockwise direction and the rotation is stopped by the stop pin (20). The detent 16 is provided with a torsion spring for imparting a force to rotate in the clockwise direction, the rotation is stopped by one side of the hook 18 or the stop pin 20, the release lever 17 ) Is installed so that the torsion spring is straightened so that the detent 16 can be pulled and rotated counterclockwise when releasing the automatic locking state.

In addition, one side of the hook 18 is supported by the shock absorber 13, which absorbs the force when the user closes the window 2 strongly, and the window 2 pops out again or excessive force is applied. It is to prevent delivery to (2).

1st stage lock (automatic lock state)

5A and 5B are diagrams illustrating a one-stage locking state of the sliding door system window according to the embodiment of the present invention, wherein the first-stage locking state is the moment when the window 2 is closed in the fully released state as shown in FIG. It is the state of locking automatically.

When the window 2 is closed, the automatic locking striker 3 pushes the hill 181 of the hook 18 by reaction. This force is transmitted by the buffer presser 182 to the shock absorber 13 to cushion the excessive shock that may occur when the user closes the window 2. Then, the hook 18 is rotated in a clockwise direction about the rotation shaft 184, the striker engaging portion 183 is engaged with the striker (3). At the same time, the detent 16 rotates in the clockwise direction by the force of the torsion spring to support the detent latching jaw 185 to fix the hook 18, thereby making automatic locking.

As described above, in the first stage lock state, only the automatic locking means is involved in the operation of the system window of the present invention in the fully released state, and in the up & slide state in which the window 2 is slightly lifted up. Is done.

1st stage unlocking (automatic unlocking)

6 is a view illustrating releasing the first stage locking of the sliding door system window according to the embodiment of the present invention, in which the handle 11 mounted on the key groove 15 of the key holder 14 is counterclockwise. When rotated about 40 degrees in the direction, the key holder 14 is rotated at the same angle. At this time, the rotational driving force is converted into a linear driving force through the link 19, the guide bar 12 and the like to pull the release lever 17 downward. Accordingly, the detent 16 unlocks the fixed hook 18 while rotating in the counterclockwise direction so that the window frame 2 is in an unlocked state.

2 stage locking (Down & Fix)

7A and 7B are views illustrating a two-stage locking state of the lifting and sliding system window according to the embodiment of the present invention, when the handle 11 is continuously rotated counterclockwise in the one-stage unlocking state shown in FIG. As in the general sliding door system window, the steel operation bar 21 is lowered to be caught by the manual locking striker 3 ', and the lock is made. The rollers are raised to closely contact the lower frame of the window 2 and the window frame. The strict lock is complete.

As described above, the sliding door system door according to the present invention is automatically locked even if the user closes the window even if the user does not turn the handle, there is an effect that can safely perform the locking of the window even if the user is not careful, the force of closing even close the window While fully buffered, the window closes gently.

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  1. A lifting and sliding system window comprising a lifting means for elevating the window 2 in conjunction with the operation of the handle 11 mounted on the handle bundle 1, and an unlocking means for locking or releasing the window 2 and the window frame. In
    The unlocking means is provided with a manual locking striker (3 ') fixed to the window frame and a steel operation bar (21) installed on the window (2) correspondingly and movable up and down and corresponding to the operation of the handle (11) Manual unlocking means for locking or unlocking the window frame (2) and the window frame in conjunction with,
    And an automatic locking striker (3) fixed to the window frame and a hook (18) rotatably mounted at the window (2) correspondingly, and the hook (18) is automatically locked at the moment the window (2) is closed. An automatic locking means which is fixed to the dragon striker (3) and automatically locks the window frame (2) and the window frame,
    It includes a manual release means for manually releasing the locking of the window (2) and the window frame by releasing the hook of the hook 18 and the automatic locking striker (3) in conjunction with the operation of the handle (11). Features a sliding sliding system window.
  2. 2. The sliding door system door according to claim 1, wherein one side of the hook (18) is supported by a shock absorber (13).
  3. The automatic locking means according to claim 1, wherein the automatic locking striker (3), a hook (18) arranged to hold the automatic locking striker (3), and the automatic locking of the hook (18) are fixed. A sliding door system door comprising a detent (16).
  4. The method according to claim 1, wherein the manual release means is a release lever (17) connected with a detent (16) constituting the self-locking means, and the release lever (17) pulls the detent (16) to the hook (18). The sliding sliding system window, characterized in that to release the fixed state.
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