NL9401071A - Mounting assembly for a wall-mounted lavatory - Google Patents

Mounting assembly for a wall-mounted lavatory Download PDF

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NL9401071A
NL9401071A NL9401071A NL9401071A NL9401071A NL 9401071 A NL9401071 A NL 9401071A NL 9401071 A NL9401071 A NL 9401071A NL 9401071 A NL9401071 A NL 9401071A NL 9401071 A NL9401071 A NL 9401071A
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Mathijs Hendrikus Smeets
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Koninkl Sphinx Nv
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E03WATER SUPPLY; SEWERAGE
    • E03DWATER-CLOSETS OR URINALS WITH FLUSHING DEVICES; FLUSHING VALVES THEREFOR
    • E03D11/00Other component parts of water-closets, e.g. noise-reducing means in the flushing system, flushing pipes mounted in the bowl, seals for the bowl outlet, devices preventing overflow of the bowl contents; devices forming a water seal in the bowl after flushing, devices eliminating obstructions in the bowl outlet or preventing backflow of water and excrements from the waterpipe
    • E03D11/13Parts or details of bowls; Special adaptations of pipe joints or couplings for use with bowls, e.g. provisions in bowl construction preventing backflow of waste-water from the bowl in the flushing pipe or cistern, provisions for a secondary flushing, for noise-reducing
    • E03D11/14Means for connecting the bowl to the wall, e.g. to a wall outlet
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F16ENGINEERING ELEMENTS AND UNITS; GENERAL MEASURES FOR PRODUCING AND MAINTAINING EFFECTIVE FUNCTIONING OF MACHINES OR INSTALLATIONS; THERMAL INSULATION IN GENERAL
    • F16BDEVICES FOR FASTENING OR SECURING CONSTRUCTIONAL ELEMENTS OR MACHINE PARTS TOGETHER, e.g. NAILS, BOLTS, CIRCLIPS, CLAMPS, CLIPS, WEDGES, JOINTS OR JOINTING
    • F16B2/00Friction-grip releasable fastenings
    • F16B2/02Clamps, i.e. with gripping action effected by positive means other than the inherent resistance to deformation of the material of the fastening
    • F16B2/14Clamps, i.e. with gripping action effected by positive means other than the inherent resistance to deformation of the material of the fastening using wedges

Abstract

The invention relates to a mounting assembly for a lavatory, with bearing hooks which can be attached inside a wall and from which the lavatory is hung by means of corresponding suspension eyelets which are formed in a back wall. On their end which is remote from the wall, the bearing hooks have a continuous transverse opening for holding a tightenable clamping part which, in a tightened state, exerts a clamping force between the bearing hook in question and the rear wall lying between it and the wall, in order to press the lavatory against the wall. Preferably, each clamping part comprises a sleeve which can be axially compressed by a tightening bolt and, consequently, can expand in the radial direction. This structure provides the possibility of making the outer wall of the lavatory substantially smooth.

Description

Mounting assembly for a wall-mounted pot
The invention relates to a mounting assembly for a wall-mounted toilet bowl, with a wall-mounted supporting beacon from which the wall-mounted toilet bowl is suspended with corresponding suspension eyes formed in a rear wall.
In a known mounting assembly of this type, the carrying hooks are threaded at their ends remote from the wall. After the wall-mounted toilet bowl has been slid over the carrying hooks with its suspension eyes, nuts are screwed onto the carrying hooks so that the wall-mounted toilet bowl is firmly attached to the wall.
The object of the invention is to provide a mounting assembly of the type mentioned, with which, in an alternative manner, the fixing of the wall-mounted toilet pot to the wall is realized.
To this end, the mounting assembly according to the invention is characterized in that the carrying hooks have a continuous transverse opening at their end facing away from the wall for receiving a tensionable clamping part which, in a tensioned condition, exerts a clamping force between the respective carrying hook and the between itself and the wall located rear wall, in order to press the wall toilet bowl against the wall.
When the mounting assembly according to the invention is used, the wall-mounted toilet bowl is first slid in a conventional manner over the carrying hooks previously fixed in the wall. The transverse openings formed in the carrying hooks hereby lie substantially on the inside of the rear wall of the wall-mounted toilet bowl. The clamps are then placed in the transverse openings in a relaxed state and then tensioned, so that a clamping force is exerted between the carrying hooks and the rear wall. As a result, the back wall, and therefore the entire wall-mounted toilet bowl, is pressed against the wall.
An important drawback of the known mounting assembly described in the preamble is that recesses are formed in the side outer walls of the toilet bowl, in which the ends of the carrying hooks with the nuts placed thereon are received. These recesses are necessary in order to make the carrying hooks and nuts placed on them accessible for tools. It will be clear that such recesses do not enhance the appearance of the wall-mounted toilet bowl. In order to provide a solution to this problem, according to a preferred embodiment of the mounting assembly according to the invention, the wall-mounted toilet bowl has a substantially smooth outer wall, in which only mounting openings are recessed for fitting into the transverse openings of the carrying hooks and then tensioning the clamping parts. The mounting openings are then generally formed in the vicinity of the inner end of the suspension eyes in the side-outer walls of the wall-mounted toilet bowl. Their dimensions need only be suitable for the passage of the clamping parts.
In this context, it is further preferred that each clamping part consists of a sleeve which can be axially compressed by a clamping bolt and, as a result, radially expandable sleeve. A clamping part thus designed ensures that the axial compression radially expands, so that the desired clamping force is exerted between the respective carrying hook and the rear wall of the wall-mounted toilet bowl. A particular advantage of such an embodiment is that the clamping part in the axially non-compressed position has a small radial width, and therefore only small mounting openings are required in the outer wall of the wall-mounted toilet bowl. The clamping bolt, which ensures the axial compression of the sleeve, can be operated by a screwdriver, Allen key or the like. A major advantage of this construction is that the small mounting openings are sufficient to make the clamping part accessible for such tools.
In a specific constructional embodiment of the mounting assembly according to the invention, the sleeve consists of two sleeve segments, which engage each other via an inclined shear surface. When the two sleeve segments are compressed axially by means of the clamping bolt, they will shift along the shear plane relative to each other and assume an offset position. One sleeve segment presses against the respective carrying hook, while the other sleeve segment presses against the back wall of the wall-mounted toilet bowl in order to fix the wall-mounted toilet bowl against the wall.
In order to ensure an error-free mounting each time, it may furthermore be advantageous that the sleeve and corresponding transverse opening in the carrying hook are provided with cooperating positioning means. In this way a correct positioning of the sleeve in the carrying hook is guaranteed, so that the clamping of the clamping part produces the desired clamping force between the carrying hook and the rear wall of the wall closet pot.
The use of the mounting assembly according to the invention can be considerably simplified if the transverse opening is each time formed in an auxiliary part which can be fixed on the respective end of the carrying hook. With the aid of such an auxiliary part an adaptation can for instance be made to the local conditions that occur each time. If, for example, in accordance with an embodiment which is convenient in this context, the auxiliary part can be screwed onto the carrying hook, the position of the transverse opening can in each case be optimally adjusted to the thickness of the back wall of the wall-mounted toilet bowl, or to the screw-in depth of the carrying hooks in the wall. . There is also a simple option to replace damaged parts quickly and easily.
The invention also relates to a wall-mounted toilet bowl for use in a mounting assembly according to the invention. Such a wall-mounted toilet bowl has a substantially smooth outer wall and mounting openings formed in the side-outer wall in the vicinity of the inner end of the suspension eyes.
The invention further relates to a carrying hook for use in a mounting assembly according to the invention. Such a carrying hook has a per se conventional wall-mounted first end and a second end provided with a continuous transverse opening.
It preferably holds that the second end carries an auxiliary part provided with the transverse opening, which screw can be screwed on the relevant end.
Finally, the invention relates to a clamping part for use in a mounting assembly according to the invention. This clamping part then consists of a sleeve axially compressible and thereby radially expandable by a clamping bolt.
Preferably, the sleeve consists of two sleeve segments which engage each other via an inclined shear surface.
The invention is explained in more detail below with reference to the drawing, in which an embodiment of the mounting assembly according to the invention is shown.
Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a wall-mounted toilet bowl suspended from a wall by means of the mounting assembly according to the invention, and
Fig. 2 is a sectional bottom view of a portion of the wall-hung toilet bowl shown in FIG. 1.
Fig. 1 shows a wall-mounted toilet pot 1, which is suspended from a wall 2.
For mounting such a wall-mounted toilet bowl 1 to wall 2, generally use is made of two carrying hooks, which are fixed with one end in the wall 2 and with their other end engage in suspension eyes in a rear wall of the wall-mounted toilet bowl 1 All this will become clearer from a consideration of Fig. 2.
Fig. 2 shows the part of the wall-mounted toilet bowl 1, indicated by II in Fig. 1, namely in cross-section and viewed from below. Visible in Fig. 2 are the wall 2, a carrying hook 4 mounted therein, the rear wall 5 of the wall-mounted toilet bowl 1 with suspension eye 6 formed in it (in the form of an opening) and a part of the double side wall 7 of the toilet bowl 1.
At least a part of the end of the carrying hook 4 projecting from the wall 2 is provided with screw thread 8, and an auxiliary part 9 is screwed thereon, which is internally provided with corresponding screw thread. In the shown embodiment the auxiliary part 9 connects completely to the wall 2; however this is not necessary.
A continuous transverse opening 10 is formed in the auxiliary part 9, in which a clampable clamping part 11 is arranged. In the shown embodiment, the clamping part 11 consists of two sleeve segments 12 and 13, which are held together by an axially tensionable bolt 14, which is screwed into the lower sleeve segment 12. The two sleeve segments 12 and 13 engage with each other via an inclined shear surface 15.
A washer 16 is arranged between the upper sleeve segment 13 and the rear wall 5 of the wall-mounted toilet bowl 1.
In line with the clamping bolt 14, two mounting openings 17 are formed in the double-walled side wall 7 of the wall-mounted toilet bowl 1.
The mounting assembly shown works as follows:
After the carrying hooks 4 have been placed in the desired location in the wall 2, the auxiliary parts 9 are screwed onto the carrying hooks 4. Subsequently, the wall-mounted toilet pot 1 with its suspension eyes 6 is slid over the auxiliary parts 9, until the rear wall 5 of the wall-mounted toilet pot 1 rests substantially against the wall 2. Clamping parts 11 are then inserted through the transverse openings 10 into the auxiliary parts 9 via the mounting openings 17. For this purpose, the respective clamping bolts 14 are unscrewed so far that the sleeve segments 12 and 13 are axially substantially aligned, and the clamping parts 11 have a minimum radial dimension.
After the clamping parts 11 have been placed in the transverse openings 10, each clamping bolt 14 is tightened via the mounting holes 17 using a suitable tool (screwdriver, Allen key), so that the sleeve segments 12 and 13 will slide along the shear surface 15, so that the clamping part 11 expands radially, as it were. The lower sleeve segment 12 hereby presses against the outer part of the auxiliary part 9, while the upper sleeve segment 13 presses against the rear wall 5 of the wall closet pot 1 via the washer 16. As a result, the rear wall 5, and therefore the wall-mounted toilet pot 1, is pressed against the wall 2.
In order to ensure that the clamping parts 11 are correctly placed in the transverse openings 10 (such that during the tensioning of the tensioning bolt 14 the lower sleeve segment 12 indeed presses against the auxiliary part 9 and the upper sleeve segment 13 against the rear wall 5). the transverse opening 10 and the clamping part 11 co-acting positioning means (not shown) are provided.
As can now be seen from Fig. 1, only relatively small mounting openings 17 are visible in the side-outer walls 7, so that the wall-mounted toilet pot has an attractive appearance. Disturbing recesses, as are customary with the known wander set pots, are missing.
The invention is not limited to the embodiment described above, which can be varied in many ways within the scope of the invention as defined by the claims. As a clamping part, axially compressible and radially expandable sleeves, which are one-piece, can for instance also be used.

Claims (12)

1. Wall-mounting pot mounting assembly, with wall-mounted carrying hooks from which the wall-mounted toilet pot with corresponding suspension eyes formed in a rear wall is suspended, characterized in that the carrying hooks have a continuous transverse opening at their ends remote from the wall. a tensionable clamping part which, in a tensioned condition, exerts a clamping force between the relevant supporting rod and the rear wall situated between itself and the wall, in order to press the wall toilet pot against the wall.
2. Disassembly assembly according to claim 1, characterized in that the wall-mounted toilet pot has a substantially smooth outer wall, in which only mounting openings are cut out for placing the clamping parts in the transverse openings of the carrying hooks.
Mounting assembly according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that each clamping part consists of a sleeve which can be axially compressed by a clamping bolt and, as a result, radially expandable sleeve.
Mounting assembly according to claim 3, characterized in that the sleeve consists of two sleeve segments, which engage each other via an inclined shear surface.
Mounting assembly according to claim 4, characterized in that the sleeve and corresponding transverse opening in the carrying hook are provided with cooperating positioning means.
Mounting assembly according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the transverse opening is in each case formed in an auxiliary part which can be fixed on the respective end of the carrying hook.
Mounting assembly according to claim 6, characterized in that the auxiliary part can be screwed onto the carrying hook.
Wall-mounted toilet bowl for use in a mounting assembly according to any one of the preceding claims, with a substantially smooth outer wall and mounting openings formed in the vicinity of the inner end of the suspension eyes in the side-outer walls.
Carrying hook for use in a mounting assembly according to any one of claims 1-7, with a per se conventional wall-mounted first end and a second end provided with a continuous transverse opening.
Carrying hook according to claim 9, characterized in that the second end carries an auxiliary part provided with the transverse opening, which screw can be screwed on the respective end.
Clamping part for use in a mounting assembly according to any one of claims 1-7, consisting of a sleeve axially compressible by a clamping bolt and thereby radially expandable.
Clamping part according to claim 11, characterized in that the sleeve consists of two sleeve segments, which engage each other via an inclined shear surface.
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