NL1009545C2 - Telescopic slide with suspension bracket. - Google Patents

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NL1009545C2
NL1009545C2 NL1009545A NL1009545A NL1009545C2 NL 1009545 C2 NL1009545 C2 NL 1009545C2 NL 1009545 A NL1009545 A NL 1009545A NL 1009545 A NL1009545 A NL 1009545A NL 1009545 C2 NL1009545 C2 NL 1009545C2
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Johannes Nicolaas Werts
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Regout Nv Thomas
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47BTABLES; DESKS; OFFICE FURNITURE; CABINETS; DRAWERS; GENERAL DETAILS OF FURNITURE
    • A47B88/00Drawers for tables, cabinets or like furniture; Guides for drawers
    • A47B88/40Sliding drawers; Slides or guides therefor
    • A47B88/423Fastening devices for slides or guides
    • A47B88/43Fastening devices for slides or guides at cabinet side

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Title: Telescopic slide with suspension bracket.
The invention relates to a telescopic guide of the type described in the preamble of the main claim. Such a telescopic guide is known from practice and is for instance supplied by Jonathan, Fullerton, USA.
These known telescopic guides comprise a cupboard profile and a drawer profile which is partly longitudinally displaceable therein, wherein suspension brackets are mounted on a wall part of the cupboard profile on the side remote from the drawer profile. To this end, these suspension brackets are provided with a slot-shaped opening, while the relevant wall part is provided with holes arranged in corresponding positions, such that the suspension brackets can be screwed against the relevant wall part. To this end, the drawer profile must be extended to such an extent that the inside of the cabinet profile is exposed at the height of the holes mentioned, in order to be able to engage a fixing bolt or nut. The suspension bracket can be fastened by means of further bolts, screws 20 or the like fasteners against, for instance, a stand of a cabinet or the like frame. The suspension brackets are further provided with bent longitudinal edges which, during use, engage against longitudinal edges of the cabinet profile, whereby movement of the cabinet profile parallel to said wall part and perpendicular to the extension direction of the profiles is prevented.
The drawback of this known telescopic guide is that fixing the suspension brackets is particularly complicated and time-consuming, in particular because the mounting of the fixing bolts and nuts must be carried out with two hands, while at the same time the further telescopic guide must be held up, in the desired position. Moreover, such a telescopic guide is also expensive to use because loose 1009545 2 bolts and nuts must be used. A further drawback of this known telescopic guide is that the suspension brackets can only be attached with a telescope guide that is almost completely extended, which makes mounting even more difficult, while moreover the risk of mounting errors is increased. In addition, this known telescopic guide has the drawback that the suspension bracket must be designed specifically for the relevant cabinet profile, since the bent longitudinal edges 10 must connect to the outer edges of the cabinet profile. This makes the use of these suspension brackets even more difficult and more expensive.
Furthermore, it has already been proposed to weld suspension brackets directly to a wall part of the cabinet profile. This has the important drawback that it is not possible to readjust such a suspension bracket and that it must be mounted on the guide already during manufacture. As a result, such a telescopic guide cannot be used for different cabinets, while packaging, storage and transport thereof is particularly uneconomical, in particular in view of the space occupied. Moreover, with these known conductors, loose parts, in particular fixing screws and the like, must be packaged in foil bags, boxes or the like, which is expensive, leads to waste and moreover produces a source of errors. Furthermore, such a telescopic guide has the disadvantage that deformations can occur through the welding operation, which is disadvantageous in particular because of increased wear and reduced running properties.
The invention contemplates a telescopic guide of the type described in the preamble of the main claim, wherein the drawbacks of the known telescopic guides are avoided, while the advantages thereof are retained. For this purpose, a telescopic guide according to the invention is characterized by the measures according to claim 1.
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A telescopic guide according to the present application offers the advantage that the suspension brackets can easily be connected to the cabinet profile by sliding on, without special fastening means being necessary for this. In particular, the known bolts and nuts can be dispensed with, while the suspension brackets can still be packed, stored and transported separately from the profiles. This makes the use of the telescopic guides, in particular mounting 10 thereof, particularly simplified. A further advantage of a telescopic guide according to the present invention is that the same suspension bracket can be used for different types of telescopic guides, whereby a high degree of standardization is achieved.
15 In this application, guide means at least a drawer guide and guides for use in shelving units, filing cabinets and, in general, guides for use in, at least in furniture in the broad sense of the word, as well as for use in equipment construction, 20 such as for photocopiers, cash dispensers and vendors and the like.
A conductor according to the invention is preferably characterized by the measures according to claim 2.
In a further advantageous embodiment, a telescopic guide according to the present invention is characterized by the measures according to claim 3.
By designing the at least one and preferably each fastening projection hook-shaped and forming it from the relevant wall part, preferably with a punching operation, the advantage is achieved that the required fastening projections can be formed very simply, for instance in one operation. In addition, no material needs to be added while obtaining a solid, rigid connection. In addition, this prevents deformations from occurring, as would for instance be the case when the mounting cams are to be welded to the guide.
In further elaboration, a telescopic guide according to the invention is characterized by the measures according to claim 4.
By providing at least two spaced apart mounting cams, wherein the clamping parts can engage over at least a part of a longitudinal edge of a corresponding number of slot-shaped recesses in the suspension bracket, the advantage is achieved that the suspension bracket in a particularly simple manner against rotation can be connected securely to the housing profile. After all, the two spaced apart mounting cams will at least largely prevent rotation of the suspension bracket relative to the cabinet profile.
In a particularly advantageous embodiment, a telescopic guide according to the invention is characterized by the measures according to claim 7.
In such an embodiment the advantage is achieved that at least a part of the suspension bracket will pass through the clamping cam under the clamping parts of the mounting cams, such that the clamping cam engages behind an edge of a recess in the suspension bracket. The suspension bracket is hereby secured against displacement, at least against loosening in the direction opposite to the direction in which the suspension bracket has been slid over the mounting cams. Such a clamping cam can for instance be formed from the relevant wall part, for instance as a recess or partially punched-out lip.
In a further advantageous embodiment, a telescopic guide according to the invention is further characterized by the measures according to claim 10.
Such a telescopic guide offers the advantage that, with the aid of the two bracket parts of each suspension bracket, the position of the telescopic guide can be adjusted at least in one direction with respect to a box frame to which the telescopic guides are to be mounted. Moreover, attachment thereof to said frame is particularly simple.
In a further preferred embodiment, a telescopic guide according to the invention is characterized by the measures according to claim 11.
By enclosing at least one of the suspension brackets in the mounted state in all directions and mounting the, at least one of the other brackets slidable in the longitudinal direction of the guide, the advantage is achieved that dimensional deviations of the furniture or the like in which the guide must be mounted 15 to be easily received. For example, dimensional deviations between uprights as a result of undesired curves thereof can be compensated for.
The invention furthermore relates to a suspension bracket, suitable and intended for use for a telescopic guide according to the invention and to a cupboard or like device provided with such telescopic guides.
Further advantageous embodiments of telescopic guides according to the invention are given in the further subclaims.
To clarify the invention, exemplary embodiments of telescopic guides and suspension brackets according to the present invention will be described with reference to the drawing. In the drawing: Fig. 1 schematically shows, in perspective view, a part of a telescopic guide with a detached suspension bracket according to the present invention; Fig. 2 is a front view of a bracket part of a suspension bracket according to Fig. 1; Fig. 3 is a side view of part of a telescopic slide with attached suspension bracket; 1009545 6 Fig. 3A is a side view of an alternative embodiment of a telescopic slide. Fig. 3B is a side view of a stand of a cabinet or rack with suspension bracket mounted thereon; Fig. 4 shows a further alternative embodiment of a bracket part, mounted on a housing section; and Fig. 5 shows a third alternative embodiment of a bracket part for a telescopic guide.
In these figure descriptions, corresponding parts have corresponding reference numerals.
Fig. 1 schematically shows, in perspective view, a guide 2 and a suspension bracket 4. The guide 2 comprises a cabinet profile 6 and a drawer profile 8 slidable therein in the longitudinal direction P, and an intermediate profile 10. Such a three-part telescopic guide is known per se and is sufficiently shown in this example only. Of course, all kinds of different guides of different shapes, for instance two-part or with profiles placed differently relative to each other, can be used.
On the rear wall part 12 of the cabinet profile 6, which faces outwardly during use, a number of positions are provided in a number of positions in a series of punched lugs 14, punched out of the wall part 12 and pressed through, which are slightly L-shaped. Each fixing cam 14 comprises an approximately perpendicular to the wall part 12 extending back part 16 and a clamping part 18 extending parallel to the wall part 12. Fig. 1 shows four clamping cams 14 positioned near one end of the guide 2, two pairs. The clamping parts 18 lie in one plane, the back parts 16 extend parallel to each other. A space 20 is left between the back parts 16 such that the distance B is created between the inner sides of the back parts 16 facing away from each other. The purpose of this will be further elucidated. Between the wall part 12 and the inside of the clamping parts 18 facing the wall part 12, a space 1009545 7 is enclosed with a height D. The purpose thereof will also be explained in more detail.
A clamping projection 24 is pressed out of the wall part 12 at a distance S from the side remote from the adjacent end of the guide 2 of the nearest mounting projections 14, which clamping projection 24 is lip-shaped and rises in the direction away from the mounting projections 14.
The suspension bracket 4 comprises a first bracket part 26 and 10, a second bracket part 28. Both bracket parts 26, 28 are angled and formed of, for example, sheet steel or the like material. The first bracket part 26 comprises a first flange part 30 and a second flange part 32, the second bracket part 28 comprises a third flange part 34 and a fourth flange part 36. In the flange part 30, four L-shaped slots 38 are arranged, the legs of which are parallel to are placed two by two behind each other and two by two next to each other. The foot parts 40 have a width slightly larger than the legs of the slots, and are located on equal sides of the legs and point to either side. The size and shape of the base parts 40 substantially correspond to the size and shape of the clamping parts 18 of the mounting cams 14, while the distance between the mutually longitudinal edges 39 of the slots 38 in width direction Z approximately corresponds to the width B between the cams 14. This provides a displacement perpendicular to the back parts and anti-rotation lock of a mounted bracket. The distance between the foot parts 40, viewed in the longitudinal direction P, corresponds to the distance between the pairs of mounting cams 14, also seen in the longitudinal direction P. The thickness of the first flange part 30 corresponds, for example, approximately at least to the height D of the space 22. Moreover, the width of the legs of the slots 38 35 substantially corresponds to the material thickness of the back parts 16. The lengths of the legs of the slots 1009545 8 38 correspond, for example, approximately at least to the distance S between the mounting cams 14 and the clamping cam 24. For a desired adjustability, this length can also be chosen larger.
The second flange part 32, which extends at right angles to the first flange part 30, is provided with two outer straight slots 42 extending parallel to each other and two inner L-shaped slots 44. The foot parts 46 of this L-shaped slots 44 are located in the transition between the first flange portion 30 and the second flange portion 32 and face each other. In the third flange part 34, two internally threaded holes 48 are provided, into which a fixing bolt 50 can always be screwed through the respective straight slots 42 (see Fig. 3). The second bracket part 28 can hereby be screwed against the first bracket part 26. Moreover, the third flange part 34 is provided with two second mounting cams 52 which correspond in shape with the mounting cams 14. These second 20 mounting cams 52, provided with second clamping parts 54 are arranged such that they can be inserted therein via the base parts 46 of the L-shaped slots slid, the second clamping parts 54 lying partly over the longitudinal edges of the legs of the L-shaped slots 44.
Since the bolts 50 cannot slide out of the straight slots 42, a good connection is obtained in this way between the first bracket part 26 and the second bracket part 28, wherein the adjustment of the second bracket part 28 relative to the first bracket part 26 in a direction perpendicular 30 on the rear wall part 12 is possible. Moreover, when the first stirrup part is mounted, as will be described later, the second stirrup part is prevented from detaching from the first stirrup part 26, even when the bolts 50 are not fitted. A mounted guide 2 35 can therefore not accidentally come loose from the relevant suspension bracket 4.
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In an alternative embodiment, as shown in Figure 2, the slots 42 extend into the first flange portion 30, with a base portion 42A sized to allow the head of a mounting bolt 50 to pass therethrough. This achieves the advantage that the fixing bolt 50 can first be screwed into the holes 48 and then be slid into the slots 42 via the foot parts 42A and further tightened. This offers the advantage that the bolts 10 can be pre-assembled, so that they do not have to be packed loosely, while mounting thereof is no longer necessary by a user. This reduces installation time, prevents errors and prevents loose packaging.
In the fourth flange part 36, which extends at right angles to the third flange part 34, approximately parallel to the first flange part 30, two L-shaped third fastening cams 56 are formed, which are pushed through from the fourth flange part 36. With these third mounting cams 56 the second bracket part 28 can be secured in suitable openings of a metal or plastic frame known per se, for instance of an electronics box. The third mounting lugs 56 and any associated clamping lug 60 may also be extended to the opposite side, for mounting two conductors on the opposite sides of opposite uprights, with the fourth flange members 36 against the opposite sides thereof. Such frames comprise, for example, four upright profiles 58 extending parallel to each other, for instance with a rectangular or L-shaped cross section, schematically shown in fig. 3 by broken lines. In these profiles, a series of openings 57 is arranged in at least one, but often in several sides, one above the other (Fig. 3B), such that objects or objects can be fixed thereon. The third mounting cams 56 are formed such that they can be accommodated appropriately 100 in the respective openings 57 and can be clamped therein by sliding over the longitudinal edges of the respective openings 57. In the fourth flange part 36, seen in the insertion direction, is above the In the upper third mounting cam 56 a third clamping cam 60 is formed, again by pushing through the flange material, which third clamping cam rises in the direction away from the third mounting cams 56. With second bracket member 28 mounted in said openings 57, said upper third mounting cam 56 will be clamped over the lower longitudinal edge of an opening 57 in the upright 58, with the third clamping cam 60 within the opening 57 abutting the top edge thereof. This prevents displacement of the second bracket part 28 in a simple but effective manner. The suspension bracket 4 is hereby fixed to the relevant frame part 58 in both vertical and horizontal direction.
Of course, other mounting means can also be used, such as screw connections and the like.
A suspension bracket 4 can be attached to a guide 2 as follows.
The first flange part 30 is held parallel to the rear wall part 12 and pressed with the foot parts 40 of the slots 38 over the clamping parts 18 of the four mounting cams 14, such that the first flange part 30 rests against the rear wall part 12. Then the suspension bracket is 4 moved in the direction away from the end 3 of the guide 2 along the rear wall part 12, parallel to the direction P. Here, the longitudinal edges 62 of the slots 38 are received in the spaces 22 against the inner sides of the back parts 16, wherein the part 64 located between the slots, if present, is received in the space 20 between the mounting cams 14. As a result, every movement of the first bracket part 26, and thereby of the suspension bracket 4 in a direction other than parallel to the direction P
1009545 11 simply prevented. The suspension bracket 4 is pushed so far that the part located between the slots 38 and the end edge 66 completely passes the first clamping cam 24, such that the longitudinal edge 65 remote from the second flange part 32 comes to bear against the upright facing away from the mounting cams 14. longitudinal edge 68 of the clamping cam 24. The back parts 16 abut against or at some distance from the end of the slots 38 remote from the foot parts 40. With this, the suspension bracket 4 is completely fixed relative to the guide 2.
In Fig. 3, a part of a telescopic slide with mounted suspension bracket is shown, in side view. An upright 58 in which the suspension bracket is mounted is shown in broken lines. As can be seen from Fig. 3, the guide 2 is provided with two suspension brackets 4 and 4A, respectively, which suspension brackets can be the same. The mounting means for the front suspension bracket 4 are designed as shown in Figs. 1 and 2, including first clamping cam 24. This therefore means that the front suspension bracket 4 is fixed in an unambiguously determined fixed position relative to the guide 2, such that sliding is not possible. Only the mounting lugs 14 are provided for the rear suspension bracket 4A, but no clamping lug. In mounted condition, therefore, sliding of the rear suspension bracket 4a in the longitudinal direction of the guide is still possible over a limited distance. This achieves the advantage that dimensional variations in the distance between the front and the rear upright 58 resp. 58A 30 can be easily collected. As also appears from Fig. 3, the rear suspension bracket 4A can extend beyond the rear end of the guide 2, so that a guide can be mounted which has a length which is, for example, less than the distance between the uprights 58, 58A. Incidentally, it is noted that it is of course also possible to have the rear suspension bracket fixed and the front 1009545 12 suspension bracket slidable or both suspension brackets fixed.
In Fig. 4, a further alternative embodiment of a first bracket part 26 is shown, wherein the 5 slots 138 extend in a direction perpendicular to the longitudinal direction P of the guide 102. The foot parts 140 of the slots 138 are thereby arranged near the use the side facing upwards of the first flange part 130. Furthermore, four mounting cams 114 are arranged next to each other. A clamping cam 124 is arranged near the upwardly facing side of the guide 102 during use. A first bracket member 126 as shown in Fig. 4 can be attached to the guide 102 in a manner similar to the previously described method. The foot parts 140 are placed over the mounting cams 114, after which the bracket part 126 is pushed in the direction K along the wall part 112 until the longitudinal edges 165 of the foot parts 140 abut the longitudinal edge 168 of the clamping cam 124. In such an embodiment the forces occurring in the retracting and extending direction P of the guide are absorbed almost completely by the mounting cams 114.
Fig. 5 shows a further alternative embodiment of a first bracket part 226, wherein a slit-shaped recess 238 is provided on either side of the first flange part 230. The wall part 212 is provided with at least two, preferably two pairs of, disposed one above the other, mounting lugs 214, which are provided with clamping parts 218 facing each other. As shown in Fig. 5, the clamping parts 218 can abut the longitudinal edges 262. of the slot-like recesses 238, for enclosing the first flange part 230 in the directions other than in the insertion direction P. A clamping cam 224 can be arranged between the mounting cams 214, which rests against an edge when the first bracket part 230 is fully retracted 1009545 13 265 of an opening 240. This again fixes the suspension bracket 204 in any direction. For use as a slightly sliding suspension bracket, the opening 240 can be omitted, while the length N of the flange part 230 can be any desired length, which is advantageous, for example, for increasing the installation length.
The suspension brackets 4 can first be attached to the uprights 58, after which the guide 2 can be attached to the suspension brackets 4. This has the advantage that the 10 suspension brackets 4 can be placed simply and with sufficient space before placing the guides. However, it is also possible to first fix the suspension brackets 4 to the guides 2, and then to fix the suspension brackets 4 to the uprights 58. The use of at least two spaced mounting cams (four mounting cams 14, 114, 214 in the exemplary embodiments shown) achieves the advantage that rotation of the suspension brackets 4 relative to the guides 2 is simply prevented, so that 20 placement is further simplified.
A telescopic guide according to the present invention is very simple and quick to install, whereby mounting errors are prevented as a result of the unambiguous and simple positioning of the different parts with respect to each other. In addition, installation is possible without special tools. Because the first flange part 30 is made flat, it can easily be formed from a flat plate part, while, moreover, the same suspension bracket, at least the same first bracket part, can be used for 30 different conductors, regardless of the width thereof. Standardization is hereby easily obtained.
In a simplified form, a suspension bracket 4 for use with a telescopic guide according to the present invention can also be formed in one piece, with the second and third flange members 32, 34 being fixed together 1009546 14, as shown in Fig. 3A. The suspension bracket 4 is bent from one plate part, comprising a first flange part 30, a second flange part 32A and optionally a third flange part 36, parallel to the first flange part 5. However, it is also possible to attach the third mounting projection 56 and the third clamping projection 60 to fix the second flange part 32A, if desired, leaving out the third flange part, wherein the second flange part 32A can moreover extend in line with the first flange part 30.
The invention is by no means limited to the embodiments shown in the figures. Many variations thereof are possible within the scope of the invention as defined in the appended claims.
The mounting cams 14, 114, 214 can thus be formed in other ways, for instance on the rear wall part 12 or mounted on another wall part, for example by spot welding. The mounting cams can also have a different shape, whereby a clamping part 18, 118, 218 can engage on the side of the first flange part 30, 130, 230 facing the wall part 12. The clamping cams 24, 124, 224 can also be arranged in other positions, for instance such that they can engage in a slot or the like in or against a longitudinal edge, wherein the clamping cams can moreover be made somewhat resilient, such that placement and removal of of the suspension brackets 4 is simplified even further. The slots can also have a different direction than shown, for instance at 30 or 45 degrees relative to the extension direction P of the guide, so that a different direction of insertion is obtained. It will be clear that a guide according to the invention preferably comprises at least two suspension brackets arranged in a similar manner at a distance from each other. In this case, a larger series of regularly spaced clamping parts 1009545 15 can be provided at at least one position on the rear wall part 12, such that the relevant suspension bracket can be arranged in different positions, so that the mutual distance between the suspension brackets 14 of one telescopic guide can easily be adapted to the mutual distance of the different uprights 58.
The mounting cams can also engage in grooves in the side of a suspension bracket and several clamping cams can be provided for locking the suspension brackets in different positions. Furthermore, the between the different flange parts of the bracket parts can be chosen at closed angles other than 90 °, depending on the shape and position of the uprights to which the brackets are to be mounted. These and comparable variations are considered to fall within the framework of the invention as calculated by the claims.
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1. Guide, provided with at least one cabinet profile and a drawer profile which can be displaced in a longitudinal direction relative to it, wherein at least one suspension bracket is connected to a wall part of the cabinet profile during use, the cabinet profile comprising first mounting means and the or each suspension bracket second mounting means, wherein: - at least one of the mounting means comprises a wall part, provided with at least one mounting cam with a clamping part located at a distance from the wall part, and the other mounting means are provided with fixing means for cooperation with the at least one mounting cam, one and other such that the mounting means can be connected to each other at least substantially positionally and load-bearingly by at least partially retracting the fixing means between the clamping part of the at least one mounting cam and the relevant wall part.
2. Telescopic guide as claimed in claim 1, wherein the first mounting means comprise the wall part with the at least one mounting cam and the second mounting means comprise the fixing means, all this in such a way that the relevant suspension bracket by at least partially sliding the fixing means between the clamping part of the at least one mounting projection and the relevant wall part can be connected to the cabinet profile at least substantially in a position-fixed and supporting manner.
Telescopic guide according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the at least one mounting cam is hook-shaped and is formed from the respective wall part.
Telescopic guide as claimed in any of the foregoing claims, wherein for the at least one suspension bracket at least two spaced "1009545 mounting cams are provided, the respective securing means comprising at least two slot-shaped recesses for receiving the mounting cams, such that the in clamped position, clamping parts of the mounting cams engage on a part of the longitudinal edge of the respective recesses.
Telescopic guide according to claim 4, wherein the slot-shaped recesses are slots, which are provided in a flange part of the relevant suspension bracket, which flange part rests against the relevant wall part during use.
6. Telescopic guide as claimed in claim 4, wherein the slit-shaped recesses in two opposite longitudinal edges are provided with a flange part of the relevant suspension bracket, which flange part rests against the wall part during use.
Telescopic guide according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the wall part is provided with at least one clamping cam which is provided at a distance from the mounting cams and which, when the suspension bracket is mounted, can engage behind a longitudinal edge of the relevant suspension bracket or in the sliding direction of the suspension bracket. an opening or recess arranged therein, all this in such a way that the suspension bracket, at least a relevant part thereof, can pass through the relevant clamping cam in the sliding direction, but after mounting in the opposite direction is closed by at least the clamping cam against displacement.
8. Telescopic guide according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the sliding direction of the at least one bracket is substantially parallel to the insertion and extension direction of the telescopic guide, preferably aligned with the extension direction.
9. Telescopic guide according to any one of claims 1-7, wherein the sliding direction of the at least one bracket extends substantially at right angles to the retracting and extending direction of the telescopic guide, 1009545 preferably from bottom to top, viewed in the position of use .
10. Telescopic guide according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the or each suspension bracket comprises a first and a second bracket part, wherein the first bracket part comprises at least two mutually enclosing flange parts, a first flange part being provided with the fixing means and a second flange part of first coupling means, wherein the second bracket part is provided with second coupling means for coupling with the first coupling means, such that adjustment of the position of the first relative to the second bracket part is possible, while the second bracket part is further provided with third coupling means for coupling thereof to a cabinet frame or like cabinet part.
11. Telescopic guide as claimed in any of the foregoing claims, wherein at least two suspension brackets per guide are provided, at least one of the suspension brackets being fixed in position in each direction after mounting in at least one position, while at least one other suspension bracket in coupled position after mounting. longitudinal position of the guide along the housing profile.
12. Suspension bracket, suitable and intended for use with, at least for a telescopic guide according to any one of the preceding claims.
Cabinet or like device, provided with at least one telescopic guide as claimed in any of the claims 1-9. 1009545
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