KR101091953B1 - Curtain wall structure - Google Patents

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KR101091953B1
KR101091953B1 KR1020110093537A KR20110093537A KR101091953B1 KR 101091953 B1 KR101091953 B1 KR 101091953B1 KR 1020110093537 A KR1020110093537 A KR 1020110093537A KR 20110093537 A KR20110093537 A KR 20110093537A KR 101091953 B1 KR101091953 B1 KR 101091953B1
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04BGENERAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS; WALLS, e.g. PARTITIONS; ROOFS; FLOORS; CEILINGS; INSULATION OR OTHER PROTECTION OF BUILDINGS
    • E04B1/00Constructions in general; Structures which are not restricted either to walls, e.g. partitions, or floors or ceilings or roofs
    • E04B1/62Insulation or other protection; Elements or use of specified material therefor
    • E04B1/66Sealings
    • E04B1/68Sealings of joints, e.g. expansion joints
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04BGENERAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS; WALLS, e.g. PARTITIONS; ROOFS; FLOORS; CEILINGS; INSULATION OR OTHER PROTECTION OF BUILDINGS
    • E04B2/00Walls, e.g. partitions, for buildings; Wall construction with regard to insulation; Connections specially adapted to walls
    • E04B2/88Curtain walls
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04BGENERAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS; WALLS, e.g. PARTITIONS; ROOFS; FLOORS; CEILINGS; INSULATION OR OTHER PROTECTION OF BUILDINGS
    • E04B2/00Walls, e.g. partitions, for buildings; Wall construction with regard to insulation; Connections specially adapted to walls
    • E04B2/88Curtain walls
    • E04B2/96Curtain walls comprising panels attached to the structure through mullions or transoms
    • E04B2/967Details of the cross-section of the mullions or transoms
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E06DOORS, WINDOWS, SHUTTERS, OR ROLLER BLINDS IN GENERAL; LADDERS
    • E06BFIXED OR MOVABLE CLOSURES FOR OPENINGS IN BUILDINGS, VEHICLES, FENCES OR LIKE ENCLOSURES IN GENERAL, e.g. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, GATES
    • E06B7/00Special arrangements or measures in connection with doors or windows
    • E06B7/26Rain or draught deflectors, e.g. under sliding wings also protection against light for doors

Abstract

The present invention consists of rainwater avoiding means for inducing the flow of rainwater to avoid access to the watertight and fragile areas, and sealing means for actively blocking rainwater approaching the watertight and fragile areas away from the rainwater avoidance means.
The most preferred embodiment of the rainwater avoiding means is to have a rainwater induction groove 123 in the vertical panel member 120. The sealing means is formed at the end of the horizontal panel member 220, the horizontal panel member 220 is located at the joint portion in contact with the vertical panel member 120.

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Curtain wall structure

The present invention relates to a structure for coupling a vertical frame and a horizontal frame in a curtain wall (curtain wall) is installed on the outer wall of the building, and more specifically, rainwater, etc. in the coupling portion of the vertical frame and the horizontal frame for fixing the glass panel It relates to a frame coupling structure of the curtain wall that can improve the sealing properties so that it does not easily penetrate inside.

A curtain wall is a non-bearing wall constituting the outer circumference of a building and is attached to a frame of a building by fasteners. Curtain walls can be made lighter in exterior walls, can be mass-produced in factories by standardization, and can be carried out in parallel with frame construction, which is economical as well as beautiful in appearance. Curtain wall is divided into mullion type, spandrel type and grid type according to the appearance type. Especially, the grid type can show vertical and horizontal lattice appearance. Often used for curtain walls.

On the other hand, the curtain wall should provide a comfortable indoor environment by protecting the interior of the building from wind and rain. However, curtain walls are not structural members that make up the building itself, such as frames, so they often lack rigidity to absorb the displacement of the building. As a result, airtightness is not maintained and rainwater enters the room, causing discomfort to the room, causing whitening, and deteriorating the durability of the curtain wall. In particular, the coupling part between the horizontal frame and the vertical frame is the main passage for rainwater intrusion due to the characteristics of the structure. That is, the rainwater coming down the side of the vertical frame as shown in Figure 1 is permeated into the curtain wall at the intersection with the horizontal frame.

In order to improve the above problems, there is registered utility model No. 451702 registered on December 28, 2010. The above prior art allows the glass to be fixed by the inner and outer sealing plates 12 and 14, wherein the horizontal and vertical intersections of the inner sealing plates 14 are vertically arranged as shown in FIG. The extension protrusion piece 13 at the intersection of the inner sealing plate 14 is removed, and a part of the side ends of the inner sealing plate 14 arranged horizontally is removed, and the separated portions are overlapped to cross each other. . In addition, rainwater penetrating into the curtain wall through the outer sealing plate is discharged to the outside by the inclined extension.

However, the prior art can prevent the rainwater intrusion to the interior side to some extent, but the sealing means for the portion where the cover 18 exposed to the outer surface and the outer sealing plate 12 of the inner surface cross each other vertically and horizontally. As rainwater infiltrates into the curtain wall due to its insufficiency, there is a problem that the corrosion inside the curtain wall and the concern of rainwater intrusion into the interior are always present.

The present invention essentially removes the passageway where rainwater can enter from the outermost surface, that is, the panel member, with respect to the vertical and horizontal members of the curtain wall. It is not intended to maintain a comfortable indoor environment and to prevent the durability of the curtain wall.

The present invention forms a rainwater avoiding means in the vertical panel member so that rainwater does not flow down the side of the vertical panel member, thereby essentially eliminating the opportunity to flow into the curtain wall at the intersection with the horizontal panel member. In addition, a portion at which the vertical panel member and the horizontal panel member intersect includes a sealing means to prevent rainwater from flowing into the curtain wall through a joint portion where the two members contact each other.

According to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, in the curtain wall structure consisting of a vertical frame and a horizontal frame, the vertical panel member exposed to the outside while inserting and fixing the glass facing the vertical frame body constituting the pillar, the first Left and right ends of the outer side plate and the first outer side plate are each composed of first side plates bent in a vertical frame body direction; A rainwater induction groove is provided vertically at each corner portion where the first outer surface plate and the first side plate meet; The horizontal panel member formed opposite to the horizontal frame body is coupled orthogonally to the vertical panel member, and the curtain wall structure is provided at the coupling end of the horizontal panel member with a sealing means.

According to another preferred embodiment of the present invention, the rainwater induction groove is provided with a curtain wall structure further comprises a water breaking jaw protruding further extending the outer end of the first side plate.

According to another preferred embodiment of the present invention, the rainwater induction groove is provided with a curtain wall structure further comprising an outer surface extension portion protruding by extending both ends of the first outer surface plate.

According to another preferred embodiment of the present invention, the horizontal panel member includes a second outer surface plate forming the same plane as the vertical panel member, and the second side plate wherein the upper and lower ends of the second outer surface plate are bent in the horizontal frame body direction, respectively. The sealing means is configured by forming an extension at the end of the second outer plate to protrude more than the second side plate, the protruding length of the extension is equal to the width of the rainwater guide groove provided in the vertical panel member. Or to form a somewhat small, there is provided a curtain wall structure of the structure in which the extension is seated in the rainwater guide groove.

According to another preferred embodiment of the present invention, the inner wall of the extension portion in contact with the rainwater induction groove further comprises a watertight packing so that the watertight packing is compressed when the extension portion is seated in the rainwater induction groove A structure is provided.

According to another preferred embodiment of the present invention, at least one of the vertical panel member and the horizontal panel member is provided with a curtain wall structure which is a structure separated from the vertical frame body or the horizontal frame body.

The present invention uses rainwater avoidance means to induce the flow of rainwater to minimize the possibility of rainwater penetrating into the curtain wall, and in particular, the double sealing means for the intersection of the vertical frame and the horizontal frame which was the main passage of rainwater penetration It can fundamentally prevent rainwater from seeping into the curtain wall. Therefore, it is possible to expect the effect of maintaining the pleasant space of the interior and improving the durability of the curtain wall by completely solving the problems such as rainwater intrusion into the room, mold on the wall or bleaching occurs.

1 is a perspective view illustrating a structure of a vertical frame and a horizontal frame of a conventional curtain wall structure and a combination thereof.
Figure 2 is an exploded perspective view showing a configuration for sealing the intersection of the vertical, horizontal member in another prior art.
Figure 3 is a perspective view showing a state in which the vertical frame and the horizontal frame is provided with a rainwater guide groove of the present invention.
Figure 4 is a partial perspective view of the vertical frame to form a water cutting jaw in the rainwater guide groove provided in the vertical panel member of the present invention.
5 is a partial perspective view showing an extension provided in the horizontal panel member of the present invention.
Figure 6a to 6b is a perspective view of each example showing a state in which the vertical frame and the horizontal frame coupled to form an outer surface expansion portion in the rainwater guide groove provided in the vertical panel member of the present invention.
7 is another embodiment of the present invention showing a structure in which the vertical panel member is separated from the vertical frame body.

Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail. However, in describing the present invention, when the technical concept of the present invention is obscured or obscured by describing the known configuration in detail, the description of the known configuration will be omitted.

The present invention consists of rainwater avoiding means for inducing the flow of rainwater to avoid access to the watertight and fragile areas, and sealing means for actively blocking rainwater approaching the watertight and fragile areas away from the rainwater avoidance means.

Meanwhile, the curtain wall structure of the present invention has a structure in which the horizontal frame 200 is horizontally coupled to the vertical frame 100. The vertical frame 100 forms a space in which glass is inserted between the vertical frame body 110 and the vertical panel member 120 that is exposed to the outside, and the horizontal frame 200 also includes a horizontal frame body ( 210 and a horizontal panel member 220 facing the outside to form a space for inserting the glass between the 210 and.

The vertical panel member 120 includes a first outer side plate 121 and a first side side plate 122 bent in a direction toward the vertical frame body 110 at left and right ends of the first outer side plate 121, respectively. The horizontal panel member 220 includes a second outer plate 221 and a second side plate 222, the upper and lower ends of the second outer plate 221 being bent in the direction of the horizontal frame body 210, respectively. Is done.

The most preferred embodiment of the rainwater avoiding means is to have a rainwater induction groove 123 in the vertical panel member 120. The rainwater induction groove 123 is formed long in each corner portion where the first outer surface plate 121 and the first side plate 122 meet.

The rainwater induction groove 123 prevents rainwater from flowing to the side of the vertical panel member 120 and flows downward along the rainwater induction groove 123. The cross-sectional shape of the rainwater induction groove 123 may be formed in various shapes such as a quadrangle and a semicircle, and may also function as a decorative element of a building exterior.

In addition, as shown in FIG. 4, the rainwater induction groove 123 further includes an outer end of the first side plate 122 (hereinafter referred to as the outer side of the curtain wall as the outer side and the inner side as the inner side). By extending and protruding it may further form a water cutting jaw 124. The water cutting jaw 124 prevents rainwater flowing along the rainwater induction groove 123 from overflowing to the side surface of the vertical panel member 120, and is watertight packing attached to the inner surface of the extension part 223 to be described later. 230) by pressing the portion of the surface in contact with the water cutting jaw 124 to further improve the sealing performance.

The sealing means is formed by forming the following extension portion 223 at the end of the second outer surface plate 221, so that the horizontal panel member 220 is located at the coupling portion orthogonal to the vertical panel member 120. do. Figure 3 shows a state in which the vertical frame and the horizontal frame is provided with a rainwater guide groove.

As shown in FIG. 5, the second outer plate 221 has an extension portion 223 protruding more than the second side plate 222. The extension part 223 is seated in the rainwater induction groove 123 formed in the vertical panel member 120, the watertight packing 230 is provided on the inner surface of the extension part 223 is seated in the rainwater induction groove 123. By adhering, the watertight packing is compressed by the extension part 223 so that rainwater cannot penetrate at the coupling portion of the horizontal panel member 220 and the vertical panel member 120. The protruding length of the extension part 223 is equal to or slightly smaller than the width b of the rainwater guide groove 123 provided in the vertical panel member 120 so that the horizontal panel member 220 is vertical panel member 120. Do not protrude from the sides of the). In addition, it will be said that it is aesthetically advantageous that the outer surface of the second outer surface plate 221 forms the same plane as the outer surface of the first outer surface plate 121.

According to another embodiment of the present invention, the rainwater induction groove 123 further includes an outer surface extension part 125 that protrudes by extending both ends of the first outer surface plate 121 as shown in FIGS. 6A and 6B. can do. In attaching and fixing the horizontal panel member 220 to the vertical panel member 120, the extension part 223 is inserted into a space formed by the outer surface extension part 125 and the rainwater guide groove 123 to expand the outer surface. By being supported by the part 125, the outer surface extension part 125 can be more firmly fixed than there is. When the external surface expansion portion 125 is provided in the rainwater induction groove 123 as described above, since the outer surface of the second outer surface plate 221 is located inside the outer surface of the first outer surface plate 121, the outer surface expansion portion ( Although the vertical panel member 120 may protrude somewhat outwardly than the horizontal panel member 220, the first outer plate 121 of the vertical panel member 120 may be flattened. There is an advantage that it can. The protruding length of the outer surface extension 125 is preferably equal to the width b of the rainwater guide groove 123. Since the rainwater induction groove 123 is not covered by the outer surface extension portion 125 and is not exposed to the front, the design seen from the outside of the vertical panel member and the horizontal panel member has a uniform overall appearance and a concise appearance. In addition, as shown in Figure 6b, the rainwater induction groove 123 may be formed at the same time with the outer surface expansion portion 125 and the water cutting jaw 124.

As described above, the present invention not only prevents rainwater from penetrating into the curtain wall by applying passive rainwater avoiding means and active sealing means, but also adds decorative elements to the outer surface of the curtain wall. Enhanced effect.

In the embodiments described so far, the vertical frame 100 and the horizontal frame 200 are described based on a structure in which the frame bodies 110 and 210 and the panel members 120 and 220 are integrated. As described above, the frames 100 and 200 may have a structure in which the frame bodies 110 and 210 and the panel members 120 and 220 are separated. Nevertheless, each configuration of the rainwater avoiding means and the sealing means is applied as it is.

Since the above embodiments are based on the most preferred examples, it will be apparent to those skilled in the art that various modifications may be made within the scope of the technical idea of the present invention. Therefore, such modifications will be described within the scope of the present invention as described in the claims.

100: vertical frame 110: vertical frame body
120: vertical panel member 121: first outer plate
122: first side plate 123: rainwater induction groove
124: water cutting jaw 125: outer surface extension
200: horizontal frame 210: horizontal frame body
220: horizontal panel member 221: second outer plate
222: second side plate 223: extension portion
230: watertight packing

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  1. In the curtain wall structure consisting of the vertical frame 100 and the horizontal frame 200, the vertical panel member 120 exposed to the outside while inserting the glass facing the vertical frame body 110 constituting the pillar is the first The outer side plate 121 and the left and right ends of the first outer side plate 121 are each formed of a first side plate 122 bent in a vertical frame body 110 direction; A rainwater guide groove 123 is provided vertically in each corner portion where the first outer plate 121 and the first side plate 122 meet; The horizontal panel member 220 formed to face the horizontal frame body 210 is coupled to be orthogonal to the vertical panel member 120, the curtain end of the horizontal panel member 220 is characterized in that the curtain is provided with a sealing means Wall structure
  2. The curtain wall structure of claim 1, wherein the rainwater guide groove 123 further includes a water cutting jaw 124 that extends and protrudes an outer end of the first side plate 122.
  3. According to claim 1, wherein the horizontal panel member 220 is the second side plate 221 and the second side plate 221, the upper and lower ends of the second outer surface plate 221 is bent in the direction of the horizontal frame body 210 ( 222, and the sealing means is configured by forming an extension part 223 at an end of the outer surface plate 221 so as to protrude more than the second side plate 222, and the protruding length of the extension part 223. Is formed in the vertical panel member 120 with the width (b) or less than the width (b) of the rainwater induction groove 123, the extension portion 223 is characterized in that seated in the rainwater induction groove 123 Wall structure
  4. According to claim 3, The inner side of the extension portion 223 in contact with the rainwater guide groove 123 is further provided with a watertight packing 230 so that the extension portion 223 is to be seated in the rainwater induction groove 123 Curtain wall structure, characterized in that when the watertight packing 230 is compressed
  5. The curtain wall structure of claim 1, wherein the rainwater guide groove 123 further includes an outer surface extension part 125 that extends and protrudes both ends of the first outer surface plate 121.
  6. The curtain wall structure of claim 5, wherein the rainwater guide groove 123 further includes a water cutting jaw 124 that extends and protrudes an outer end of the first side plate 122.
  7. The structure according to any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein at least one of the vertical panel member 120 and the horizontal panel member 220 is separated from the vertical frame body 110 or the horizontal frame body 210. Curtain wall structure characterized in that
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