KR200300015Y1 - guide rail for road - Google Patents

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KR200300015Y1
KR200300015Y1 KR20020029003U KR20020029003U KR200300015Y1 KR 200300015 Y1 KR200300015 Y1 KR 200300015Y1 KR 20020029003 U KR20020029003 U KR 20020029003U KR 20020029003 U KR20020029003 U KR 20020029003U KR 200300015 Y1 KR200300015 Y1 KR 200300015Y1
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shock absorbing
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The present invention relates to a road guide rail.
The present invention is a known guide rail consisting of a guide (G) attached to the front of the support (H) and the support (H) to be fixed to the road side,
The inclined tendon buffer part 3 is integrally formed between the front part 1 and the rear part 2 so that the cross-sectional shape constitutes the upper limb strut H in the Z shape, and the front part 11 and the rear part 12 The shock absorbing member 13, which is inclined toward one side, is integrally formed between the two sides, so that the shock absorbing member T having the cross-sectional shape is Z-shaped and fixedly installed in the middle between the support H and the guide plate G. It is configured, it is a beneficial design that can prevent a large accident because the shock of the vehicle is cushioned by the shock-absorbing member and the support when the accident is maintained in the direct state.

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Guide rail for road}

The present invention relates to a guide rail installed on the roadside to prevent the vehicle from leaving the road in the event of a crash, in particular, a guide rail for the road to minimize the impact and to maintain the direct state of the shore by buffering the vehicle accident It is about.

In general, the guide rail is installed on the side of the road, and these guide rails are installed for the purpose of minimizing a large accident by preventing the vehicle from being separated from the road in the event of an accident.

The guide rail is formed by embedding the strut at a predetermined interval in the ground of the roadside and fixing the guide plate of the metal to the front side of the strut, it is suppressed that the vehicle is separated from the outside by the guide plate in case of an accident.

However, the above-described conventional guide rail has a limit in the durability of the guide rail because the impact applied to the vehicle accident is directly applied to the support post and the guide rail, which is often easily broken, and thus does not function as a guide rail. It was.

In addition, since the impact generated when the vehicle hits the guide rail is transmitted to the vehicle as it is, the damage of the vehicle is increased, and it is a cause of human injury.

In recent years, in order to improve the problems of the guide rails made of the above-mentioned props and guide plates, waste tires have been used. However, they are not good in appearance and consume a lot of manpower and work time during installation. Although it was constructed, it was used in a limited area and was not widely used because the construction area was too expensive to be installed on a vast road and had to be continuously maintained and repaired.

The present invention is designed to solve the above problems, there is a technical problem to prevent the vehicle from deviating from the guide rail as much as possible to cushion the impact when the vehicle hits the guide rail in the event of an accident.

Another technical problem of the present invention is to reduce the impact on the vehicle in the event of an accident to minimize the damage to life.

1 is an exploded perspective view of the present invention.

2 is a side view of the present invention

3 is a plan view of the present invention.

4 is a perspective view showing an embodiment of the present invention.

* Explanation of Signs of Major Parts of Drawings *

H: Shoring G: Guide Plate

T: Shock absorbing member 1: Front part

2: rear part 3: buffer part

11: front part 12: rear part

13: buffer part

The present invention is a known guide rail in which a plate-shaped guide plate having a long left and right length is attached to a front side of a post installed on a roadside, and the cross section of the post is formed in a Z shape, and the cross section is Z-shaped. The member is fixed to the attachment site of the support and the guide plate.

The present invention is to prevent a large accident because the impact applied to the guide plate in the vehicle accident is first buffered by the shock absorbing member, and then again buffered by the props, so that the built props can stand up without falling down.

Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings, the configuration of the subject innovation and the resulting action in detail as follows.

1 is an exploded perspective view of the subject innovation, Figure 2 is a side view of the subject innovation, Figure 3 is a plan view of the subject innovation.

The present invention is composed of a shock absorbing member (T) attached to the front surface of the support (H) to be fixed to a plurality of pieces at a predetermined interval on the ground of the road side and the guide plate (G) attached to the front of the shock absorbing member (T). .

The strut H is formed between the front portion 1 and the rear portion 2 by integrally forming a buffer portion 3 inclined to one side so that the cross-sectional shape is Z-shaped.

The shock absorbing member (T) is formed integrally with the buffer portion 13 inclined to one side between the front portion 11 and the rear portion 12 so that the cross-sectional formation is formed in the Z shape, of the strut (H) The rear part 12 is tightly fixed to the front part 1 by the fastening means (B).

The guide plate (G) forms a front portion 21 having a curved shape at the center portion, and a plurality of coupling holes 22 are formed at the top and bottom, and above and below the front portion 11 of the shock absorbing member T. Matching the coupling holes 22 of the guide plate (G) to a plurality of coupling holes 14 formed and fixed as the fastening means (B) is the guide plate (G) is installed on the front of the shock absorbing member (T).

The upper and lower lengths of the shock absorbing member T are configured to have an index corresponding to the upper and lower widths of the guide plate G so that the shock absorbing member T is not visually exposed from the front.

The present invention configured as described above is to install the post in a known manner by fixing the support (H) to the side of the road and fixing the shock absorbing member (T) and the guide plate (G) to the support (H).

The construction of the guide rail of the present invention prevents the vehicle from escaping from the road in the event of an accident, and the impact vehicle hits the front portion 21 of the guide plate G, and an impact is applied thereto. Is delivered to When the shock absorbing member T is subjected to a large impact that cannot be applied to the impact applied to the shock absorbing member T, the bent portions 13a and 13b of the shock absorbing portion 13 are folded to absorb the shock. At this time, since the impact applied to the strut H is primarily buffered by the shock absorbing member T, it can be minimized so that the arch of the strut H is maintained.

However, when the shock absorbing portion 13 of the shock absorbing member T is folded and residual shock is applied to the strut H even after the first shock absorbing, both side bent portions 13a of the strut H cushioning portion 3 ( 13b) is folded again to be fully cushioned, and the support (H) is to prevent the departure of the vehicle because the vertical state of the vertical direction is maintained in the folded state of the buffer (3).

As an embodiment of the present invention, as shown in Figure 4, by installing the shock absorbing member (T) before and after the strut (H), respectively, by installing the guide plate (G) on each of the shock absorbing member (T) Can be used as the central separator of.

According to the present invention, the impact applied to the guide rail in the event of an accident is primarily buffered by the shock absorbing member and is again cushioned in the support, so that the support can be prevented from being removed from the road by maintaining the direct state in the vertical direction.

In addition, the shock absorbing member and the support by the buffering action to minimize the damage to the vehicle and accidents in the event of an accident.

The present invention can effectively perform the shock absorbing function, which is the biggest problem of the guide rail, without changing the structure of the existing guide rail, and is easily applied to various fields such as a guide rail as well as an iron fence for construction or a construction fence. It is a useful design that can be practical.

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  1. In a well-known guide rail consisting of a support (H) to be fixed to the road side and the guide plate (G) attached to the front of the support (H),
    The inclined tendon buffer part 3 is integrally formed between the front part 1 and the rear part 2 so that the cross-sectional shape constitutes the upper limb strut H in the Z shape, and the front part 11 and the rear part 12 The shock absorbing member 13, which is inclined toward one side, is integrally formed between the two sides, so that the shock absorbing member T having the cross-sectional shape is Z-shaped and fixedly installed in the middle between the support H and the guide plate G. Road guide rail, characterized in that configured.
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Cited By (7)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
KR100855231B1 (en) 2007-12-13 2008-09-01 경갑수 Guard rail for shock absorption
KR100974853B1 (en) * 2008-02-29 2010-08-11 (주)평화엔지니어링 Median Strip
KR100980617B1 (en) * 2008-03-17 2010-09-07 (주)평화엔지니어링 The Fittest Median Strip
KR101329631B1 (en) * 2013-02-18 2013-11-14 (주)화천알엔씨 Fallen shut out absorption type net
US10329722B2 (en) 2011-05-30 2019-06-25 Industrial Galvanizers Corporation Pty Ltd. Barrier Construction
US10501902B2 (en) 2009-03-19 2019-12-10 Industrial Galvanizers Corporation Pty Ltd Road barrier
US10570641B2 (en) 2015-11-27 2020-02-25 Industrial Galvanizers Corporation Pty Ltd Parking barrier system and post

Cited By (8)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
KR100855231B1 (en) 2007-12-13 2008-09-01 경갑수 Guard rail for shock absorption
KR100974853B1 (en) * 2008-02-29 2010-08-11 (주)평화엔지니어링 Median Strip
KR100980617B1 (en) * 2008-03-17 2010-09-07 (주)평화엔지니어링 The Fittest Median Strip
US10501902B2 (en) 2009-03-19 2019-12-10 Industrial Galvanizers Corporation Pty Ltd Road barrier
US10329722B2 (en) 2011-05-30 2019-06-25 Industrial Galvanizers Corporation Pty Ltd. Barrier Construction
US10544554B2 (en) 2011-05-30 2020-01-28 Industrial Galvanizers Corporation Pty Ltd. Barrier construction
KR101329631B1 (en) * 2013-02-18 2013-11-14 (주)화천알엔씨 Fallen shut out absorption type net
US10570641B2 (en) 2015-11-27 2020-02-25 Industrial Galvanizers Corporation Pty Ltd Parking barrier system and post

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