RU184199U1 - Greenhouse pile support - Google Patents

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RU184199U1
RU184199U1 RU2017103963U RU2017103963U RU184199U1 RU 184199 U1 RU184199 U1 RU 184199U1 RU 2017103963 U RU2017103963 U RU 2017103963U RU 2017103963 U RU2017103963 U RU 2017103963U RU 184199 U1 RU184199 U1 RU 184199U1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01GHORTICULTURE; CULTIVATION OF VEGETABLES, FLOWERS, RICE, FRUIT, VINES, HOPS OR SEAWEED; FORESTRY; WATERING
    • A01G9/00Cultivation in receptacles, forcing-frames or greenhouses; Edging for beds, lawn or the like
    • A01G9/14Greenhouses
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Abstract

The utility model relates to agriculture, inorganic chemistry and construction in the manufacture of pipe products by seam welding and can be used in the construction of small bearing foundation piles of various frame structures, mainly greenhouses, greenhouses. Pile support for a greenhouse, characterized in that it is made of the following elements: a main elongated hollow profile of rectangular cross-section installed in the ground of at least one anchor element, while the anchor element is made in the form of a segment of a rectangular hollow profile of equal cross-section with profile cross section of the aforementioned, but shorter than the last, length, as well as a grip made on the upper end surface of the main profile, which is an open U-shaped profile, the horizon At least two pairs of holes aligned with each other can be made on the vertical walls of the U-shaped profile on the vertical walls of the U-shaped profile, while pairs of holes are located on both sides of the vertical axis of symmetry of the main profile, while the element is made of two parts, and between the first and second parts there is a solid main profile to which these parts are attached. The technical result of the utility model is to increase the bearing capacity of the support in general and increase the resistance to pulling it out of the ground.

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Technical field
The utility model relates to agriculture, inorganic chemistry and construction in the manufacture of pipe products by seam welding and can be used in the construction of small bearing foundation piles of various frame structures, mainly greenhouses, greenhouses.
State of the art
In the prior art, various frame structures of greenhouses, greenhouses, and other small building forms are widely known, in which supports of various profiles, for example, a tubular profile, are used as a foundation.
A reinforced concrete pillar is known that is installed in the ground, containing a beam with a height component with longitudinal reinforcement fixed at the ends, equipped with rigid gaskets located between the joined parts of the bar, while the reinforcement is passed through the gaskets openings and is covered with concrete that is not spliced along the entire length along the entire length material (see.with. SU 1768695 A1, 08/15/92).
There is a well-known tubular section stand installed in the soil made of a thermoplastic pipe, inside of which there is a wooden beam, and the stand is sealed from two opposite ends, while on a wooden beam reinforced with non-metallic composite glass-basalt-plastic materials (see utility model patent RU 69084 U1, 12/10/2007).
Known greenhouse assembly containing a frame having a side surface formed by interconnected from above pairwise arcs, sealing nodes, while all parts of the frame have a paintwork or other protective coating against corrosion and are made of cold-rolled sheet steel profile hat section having a middle shelf, inclined side walls and bends to the outside of the edges, while all the external details of the side surface of the frame are facing the middle shelves of the profile to the outside, characterized in that the arcs form a lancet arm traction, bends of the profile are made in the form of side shelves; in this case, all the details of the arcs are lapped together and fastened to the side shelves by means of screw connections, the arcs are connected to the longitudinal parts by fastening by screw connection the side shelves of the longitudinal part on the side shelf of the arc; in the ridge part of the arc are interconnected and covered with an angular ridge profile fixed to the side flanges of the arcs by a screw connection; the arches are equipped with braces in the form of chords, while the arcs in the area of bonding with the upper parts of the braces are connected in pairs by couplers, and the middle parts of the braces are connected with their arcs by radial braces; struts are connected to the arcs by deepening the end sections of the profile into the profile and fastened with a screw connection along the inclined side walls of the profiles; radial ties are connected to the arcs by deepening the end sections of the profile into the profile, for which cuts of the side shelves of the profile are made at the ends of the radial couplers connected to them; radial screeds are connected to the struts by covering outside their profile with end sections of radial screeds, for which cuts of the middle profile shelf are made at the ends of the radial screeds connected to them; radial ties are fastened with arcs and struts with a screw connection on the inclined side walls of the profiles, while the embedment nodes are made in the form of buried racks located on the lower ends of the arcs and secured with a screw connection at their ends, transversely to them, of segments of the same profile (see patent for useful Model RU 93209 U1, 04/27/2010).
A common drawback of these designs are: insufficient reliability of attachment to the ground or large dimensions and foundation mass.
Utility Model Disclosure
The technical problem, the solution of which the present utility model is aimed at, is the elimination of the indicated disadvantages of analogues.
This problem is solved due to the fact that the pile support for the greenhouse, according to the utility model, is made of the following elements: a main elongated hollow profile of rectangular cross section installed in the ground of at least one anchor element, while the anchor element is made in the form of a rectangular segment a hollow profile of equal cross section with a cross section of the profile of the aforementioned, but shorter than the last, length, as well as a grip made on the upper end surface of the main profile, representing the battle is an open U-shaped profile, the horizontal shelf of which is directly adjacent to the end of this profile, at least two pairs of holes aligned with each other are made on the vertical walls of the U-shaped profile, while pairs of holes are located on both sides of the vertical axis of symmetry of the main profile, while the anchor element is made of two parts, and between the first and second parts there is an integral main profile to which these parts are attached.
In a particular embodiment, elongated oval-shaped holes are made in the upper horizontal shelves of the anchor element located on both sides of the main profile, while the size of the holes is made based on the passage of soil through it.
In a particular embodiment, the support comprises a second anchor element located at an angle to the first anchor element, and in the same horizontal plane with the last.
The second anchor element is located at right angles to the first anchor element, or located at an angle to the first anchor element, and in different horizontal planes with the latter.
In yet another particular embodiment, the grip and the anchor element are in the same vertical plane with respect to each other.
In the private version, all connections between the elements are welded or soldered.
A galvanized pipe can be used as the material of the profile and the anchor element.
As the material of the second anchor element, a galvanized pipe or composite material, in particular fiberglass, can also be used.
The material for the U-shaped capture in one embodiment is galvanized iron.
In a preferred embodiment of the support, galvanized iron or a composite material, in particular fiberglass, is used as the material of all its elements.
The number of pairs of holes in the U-shaped profile is preferably four.
In the upper horizontal shelves of the anchor element located on both sides of the main profile, oblong holes of oval shape are made, while the size of the holes is made based on the passage of soil through it.
The length of the U-shaped capture is less than or equal to the length of the first and second anchor elements.
All support elements can be made of any metal.
The technical result of the utility model is to increase the bearing capacity of the support in general and the strength of attachment to the ground.
Utility Model Implementation
In this section, the most preferred embodiment of the pile support for the greenhouse will be given, which, as the specialist understands, does not in any way limit the other possible embodiments resulting from this application.
The pile support for the greenhouse consists of several structurally interconnected elements, made, in particular, by injection molding with the subsequent connection of the formed parts by heating.
The main element is an elongated hollow profile of rectangular cross section, which is directly installed mainly in the ground. As the material used to manufacture this element, fiberglass is used (in another preferred embodiment, galvanized iron is used as the material). Composite material is more resistant to aggressive environmental influences.
To facilitate the introduction of the support into the ground, it is possible to perform at the input end of the main bevel profile at an angle of 30 ÷ 45 °.
The specified main profile is made integral in height.
At 1/2 of the total height of the main element, from its lower edge (i.e., from the ground side), an anchor element is made consisting of two equal parts connected to the main profile, representing a segment of a rectangular hollow profile of equal section, with a section of the main profile mentioned above. This embodiment is preferably primarily due to the condition of deepening the support into the ground. The lower the anchor element is located, the greater the weight of the soil presses on it and, accordingly, the greater the resistance of the pulling load and the increase in the total bearing capacity as a whole.
The length of the anchor element is less than the total length of the main profile. The optimal ratio between the main profile and the anchor element is a ratio of 1: 2. For example, with a total length of the main profile of 60 cm, the length of the anchor element is 25 cm, however, the indicated values can vary depending on the type of soil, weight per fulcrum. This ratio is due to the fact that with small overall dimensions and, accordingly, a small consumption of material for the manufacture of the support, there is no decrease in the total bearing capacity of the support. In exceptional cases, when performing support in loose soil, this ratio can be reduced in a ratio of 1: 1.5.
Parts of the anchor element are connected to the main profile by an integral connection, for example, by welding or soldering.
The anchor element is also buried in the ground. In this embodiment, the anchor element is located in a horizontal plane and at right angles to the main profile and serves as a reinforcing element for fastening in the ground and, as a result, to increase reliability from pulling load. To make this element heavier without overspending the material from which it is made, oblong holes of oval shape are made in the upper horizontal shelves of the anchor element located on both sides of the main profile to fill the profile cavity with soil. Thus, the size of these holes is made based on the passage of soil through it.
As the material used for the manufacture of the anchor element, a rectangular pipe of rectangular cross section made of fiberglass is used (in another preferred embodiment, galvanized iron is used as the material).
The third support element is a fiberglass grip (in another preferred embodiment, galvanized iron is used as the grip material). The capture is made on the upper end surface of the main profile and is an open U-shaped profile, in the open part of which the lower guides of the frame of the greenhouse or greenhouse fit.
The horizontal U-shaped profile is made in width equal to the width of the main profile, and which is directly adjacent to the end of this profile and connected to the last one-piece connection, for example by welding or soldering. The grip and the anchor element are in the same vertical plane with respect to each other.
At least two pairs of holes aligned with each other are made on the vertical walls of the U-shaped profile. The holes can be located on both sides of the vertical axis of symmetry of the main profile. The length of the U-shaped grip is preferably less than the length of the anchor element. The height of the walls of the profile can vary depending on the specific purpose and the type of frame installed in the grip. It should be noted that this support has several sizes for various options.
Depending on the operating conditions and tasks to be solved, the support may comprise a second anchor element located between the first anchor element and the grip. In this case, the second anchor element consists of two parts attached to most of the main profile and is preferably located in different horizontal planes relative to the first anchor element in parallel and at right angles to the latter. To make this element heavier without overspending the material from which it is made, elongated oval-shaped openings are also made in the upper horizontal shelves of the second anchor element located on both sides of the main profile to fill the profile cavity with soil. Thus, the size of these holes is made based on the passage of soil through it.
The use of the second anchor element is an additional strengthening of the pile support from the pulling load and the strength of its landing in the ground.
In addition, an additional function of the anchor (s) element (s) is the centering function, namely, that the indicated element (s), being in the ground, serves as an additional support, preventing the entire pile support from deviating from the vertical or, according to at least minimize such a deviation.
The implementation of all parts of the composite material makes the construction of the support easier, with a high degree of resistance to bending, torsion, and also not subject to corrosion, which also increases its overall bearing capacity.
As can be seen from the description and it is clear to the specialist, the entire support structure is inseparably structural unity and is aimed at achieving a common technical result, with which all the signs are in direct causal relationship, which allows us to conclude that the requirements of the utility model to assign it to one technical solution.
The analysis of the prior art did not reveal a source of information that would reveal the entire set of essential features of an independent claim, which allows us to conclude that the claimed technical solution meets the patentability condition of novelty.
The claimed solution is industrially applicable and tested at a number of civil and industrial facilities.

Claims (17)

1. Pile support for a greenhouse, characterized in that it is made of the following elements: a main elongated hollow profile of rectangular cross section installed in the ground of at least one anchor element, while the anchor element is made in the form of a segment of a rectangular hollow profile of equal cross section with the cross-section of the profile of the aforementioned, but shorter than the last, length, as well as a grip made on the upper end surface of the main profile, which is an open U-shaped profile, horiz At least two pairs of holes coaxial to each other can be made on the vertical walls of the U-shaped profile, the pairs of holes located on both sides of the vertical axis of symmetry of the main profile, the anchor the element is made of two parts, and between the first and second parts there is a solid main profile to which these parts are attached.
2. The support according to claim 1, characterized in that it contains a second anchor element located at an angle to the first anchor element and in the same horizontal plane with the last.
3. The support according to claim 2, characterized in that the second anchor element is located at right angles to the first anchor element.
4. The support according to claim 1, characterized in that it contains a second anchor element located at an angle to the first anchor element and in different horizontal planes with the latter.
5. Support according to claim 4, characterized in that the second anchor element is located at right angles to the first anchor element.
6. Support according to claim 1, characterized in that the grip and the anchor element are in the same vertical plane with respect to each other.
7. Support according to claim 1, characterized in that all the connections between the elements are made by welding or soldering.
8. Support according to claim 1, characterized in that a galvanized pipe is used as the material of the profile and the anchor element.
9. Support according to claim 2, characterized in that a galvanized pipe is used as the material of the second anchor element.
10. Support according to claim 1, characterized in that the U-shaped grip is made of galvanized iron.
11. The support according to claim 1, characterized in that galvanized iron or composite material, in particular fiberglass, is used as the material of all the support elements.
12. Support according to claim 1, characterized in that the composite material, in particular fiberglass, is used as the material of the second anchor element.
13. The support according to claim 1, characterized in that the number of pairs of holes in the U-shaped profile is four.
14. Support according to claim 1, characterized in that in the upper horizontal shelves of the anchor element located on both sides of the main profile, oblong holes are made oval in shape, while the size of the holes is made based on the passage of soil through it.
15. The support according to claim 2, characterized in that in the upper horizontal shelves of the anchor element located on both sides of the main profile, oblong holes are made oval in shape, while the size of the holes is made based on the passage of soil through it.
16. Support according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the length of the U-shaped grip is less than or equal to the length of the first and second anchor elements.
17. Support according to claim 1, characterized in that all its elements are made of any metal.
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