KR101177211B1 - Walls made of red clay - Google Patents

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KR101177211B1
KR101177211B1 KR20100093615A KR20100093615A KR101177211B1 KR 101177211 B1 KR101177211 B1 KR 101177211B1 KR 20100093615 A KR20100093615 A KR 20100093615A KR 20100093615 A KR20100093615 A KR 20100093615A KR 101177211 B1 KR101177211 B1 KR 101177211B1
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The present invention relates to a wall structure using ocher, and more specifically, a structure consisting of a wooden frame installed at a predetermined interval between a pair of vertical frames installed at a predetermined distance between a pair of horizontal frames are stacked in multiple stages, A pair of connecting frames made of wood are assembled and installed between the horizontal frames of each structure, and the durability of the loess is provided by having a structure in which the loess in the state of dough is cured by pouring it into the inner space of the structure and the connecting frame. The present invention relates to a wall structure using loess, which can be used as a wall of various buildings to increase the utilization of loess.
According to the present invention, between a pair of horizontal frames installed at a certain distance, a pair of vertical frames are installed in a multi-stage structure consisting of wood installed at a predetermined interval, made of wood between the horizontal frame of each structure A pair of connecting frames are assembled and installed respectively, and the wall structure using ocher is provided, which is composed of a structure in which the ocher in the state of dough is cured by pouring it into the inner space of the structure and the connecting frame.

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Walls made of red clay
The present invention relates to a wall structure using ocher, and more specifically, a structure consisting of a wooden frame installed at a predetermined interval between a pair of vertical frames installed at a predetermined distance between a pair of horizontal frames are stacked in multiple stages, A pair of connecting frames made of wood are assembled and installed between the horizontal frames of each structure, and the durability of the loess is provided by having a structure in which the loess in the state of dough is cured by pouring it into the inner space of the structure and the connecting frame. The present invention relates to a wall structure using loess, which can be used as a wall of various buildings to increase the utilization of loess.
[Document 1] Korean Unexamined Patent Publication No. 10-2005-0005382, January 13, 2005.
In general, ocher is a yellowish, blackish soil covering 10% of the earth's surface, the most widely distributed soil in semi-arid regions.
Since more than 200 million microorganisms live in one spoon of this clay, various enzymes that are beneficial to the human body, such as catalase, protease, diphenol oxidase, and saccharase, circulate to neutralize and dilute the body's toxin called lipid peroxide, which causes aging. It suppresses aging and maintains youth.
And ocher has a function of spontaneous emission of large amount of far infrared rays. These far infrared rays activate the physiology of cells and generate heat energy, not only show the photoelectric effect of releasing harmful substances, but also weaken the action of bacteria that cause various diseases and promote blood circulation or tissue formation.
Therefore, by using the loess that exhibits the above effects in the field of construction, it has become a good way to lead a pleasant and healthy residential life. Thus, the interest in health has increased so much that it is applied to the construction field in various ways. Today, the most commonly used method is to place the loess on the inner wall of the building to enjoy its efficacy in the interior space. .
However, when the ocher is constructed on the inner wall of the building as described above, there is a problem of easily broken or buried due to the low durability of the ocher. And since the ocher is cured by pouring a thin layer on the inner wall of the building there was a problem that can not properly exhibit the efficacy of the ocher.
In order to solve these problems, a panel or wall using the cylindrical bamboo and loess described in Document 1 was devised. It has a structure in which cylindrical bamboo is installed in the horizontal and vertical directions to form a skeleton, and cured by pouring ocher in the dough state to the outside thereof.
Therefore, the invention described in Document 1 was able to exert the efficacy of loess properly. However, the invention described in Document 1 is still in the state of being exposed to the outside of the wall as it is conventionally, there was still a problem that is easily broken or buried.
The present invention was invented to solve the above problems, a pair installed at a certain distance in order to prevent the effect of the loess is properly exhibited and not easily broken and buried outside when forming the wall using the loess Between a horizontal frame of a pair of vertical frame is a structure made of wood installed at a predetermined interval is laminated in multiple stages, a pair of connecting frame made of wood between each of the horizontal frame of each structure is assembled and installed, It is an object of the present invention to provide a wall structure using loess, which is composed of a structure in which the loess in the state of dough is cured by pouring the loess in the state of the structure and the connection frame.
The present invention is to increase the durability of the loess that is environmentally friendly and many benefits to the human body to apply the loess to the wall of the building, so that you can enjoy a variety of efficacy of the loess has an effect that can greatly improve the residential environment. .
1 is a perspective view of the present invention.
Figure 2 is a perspective view showing the assembly structure of the structure and the connection frame forming the skeleton of the present invention.
3 is a vertical sectional view of the present invention.
4 is a horizontal cross-sectional view of the present invention.
5 is an exemplary view showing a state in which the present invention is assembled and constructed with each other.
Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.
The wall structure 100 using the loess of the present invention is a multi-stage structure consisting of a wood installed with a pair of vertical frame (2) at a predetermined interval between a pair of horizontal frame (1) installed at a certain distance Stacked in a pair, between the horizontal frame (1) of each structure (3) a pair of connecting frame (4) made of wood, respectively assembled and installed, the inner space of the structure (3) and the connecting frame (4) It is characterized by consisting of a structure that cured by pouring the loess (5) of the dough state in the portion.
The upper and lower ends of the horizontal frame 1 are inserted into the upper and lower surfaces of the connecting frame 4, and the assembling grooves 6 are assembled in the longitudinal direction.
Although not shown, the connecting frame 4 and the horizontal frame 1 are nails, adhesives, or coupling grooves respectively formed at the top and bottom of the assembly frame 6 and the horizontal frame 1 of the connection frame 4. It is composed of a structure that is firmly coupled to each other by a coupling means such as and a coupling protrusion.
And the wall structure 100 of the present invention is formed so that the insertion groove (7) and the insertion protrusion (8) crosses up and down at one end to be assembled with the other wall structure (100).
The wall structure 100 using the loess of the present invention configured as described above is to apply a lot of benefits to the human body and eco-friendly loess to the wall of the building.
In particular, the wall structure 100 using the loess of the present invention is characterized by having a structure to reinforce the low durability so that the loess applied to the wall has a structure that can properly exert its efficacy and not easily broken or buried.
1 and 2, it consists of a pair of horizontal frame (1) installed at a certain distance, and a pair of vertical frame (2) installed at regular intervals between the horizontal frame (1). The structure (3) made of wood is laminated in multiple stages, and a pair of connecting frames (4) made of wood is inserted between the horizontal frames (1) of each structure (3), respectively, and the structure (3) And the loess 5 in a kneaded state in the inner space portion of the connecting frame 4 is achieved by the structure.
That is, as shown in Figures 3 and 4, the structure is formed by the ocher (5) cured in the inner space of the structure (3) and the connecting frame (4) that is stacked in a multi-stage up and down wall structure.
When constructing this structure, the structure 3 and the connecting frame 4 are fixedly coupled with a coupling means while the structure 3 is laminated in multiple stages while the connecting frame 4 is inserted between the horizontal frames 1. Then, the ocher 5 in the state of kneading may be poured into the inner space of the structure 3 and the connecting frame 4 to cure.
That is, the lower and upper ends of the horizontal frame 1 of the structure 3 are respectively inserted into the assembly grooves 6 installed on the upper and lower surfaces of the connecting frame 4, respectively, and then nails, adhesives, or upper and lower ends thereof. It is to cure by pouring the loess 5 in the dough state in a state that is firmly coupled by the coupling means such as the coupling groove formed in the coupling groove 6 and the coupling groove 6 formed in the connecting frame (4).
Therefore, according to the present invention, as the ocher 5 is supported by the structure 3 and the connecting frame 4 forming the skeleton, the wall may have excellent durability even if the weak loess 5 is used for the wall.
In the present invention, as the ocher 5 is cured in the structure 3 and the connecting frame 4, the ocher 5 is not exposed to the front and the rear of the wall at all, and thus the external physical contact or impact may be damaged. There is no fear of being lost or buried.
In addition, the present invention as the ocher (5) is poured in a sufficient amount inside the structure (3) and the connection frame 4 is cured by the effect of the ocher (5) effectively exhibited so that the living environment can be greatly improved do.
Here, as the wall structure 100 of the present invention is formed such that the insertion groove 7 and the insertion protrusion 8 intersect at one end as shown in FIG. 5A, other walls as shown in FIG. The assembly with the structure 100 can be facilitated.
1: horizontal frame 2: vertical frame
3: Structure 4: Connecting Frame
5: ocher 6: assembly groove
7: Insertion groove 8: Insertion protrusion
100: wall structure

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  1. Between the pair of horizontal frames (1) installed at a certain distance, a pair of vertical frames (2) made of wood installed at a predetermined interval (3) is laminated in multiple stages, the horizontal of each structure (3) A pair of connecting frames (4) made of wood are assembled between the frames (1), respectively, and the kneading ocher (5) is poured into the inner space of the structure (3) and the connecting frame (4). Wall structure using ocher, characterized in that it consists of a cured structure.
  2. The wall structure according to claim 1, wherein an assembly groove (6) in which the upper and lower ends of the horizontal frame (1) are inserted into the upper and lower surfaces of the connecting frame (4) is assembled in the longitudinal direction.
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