RU2519982C2 - Loop for rotary joint of leaf with frame - Google Patents

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RU2519982C2
RU2519982C2 RU2012105295/12A RU2012105295A RU2519982C2 RU 2519982 C2 RU2519982 C2 RU 2519982C2 RU 2012105295/12 A RU2012105295/12 A RU 2012105295/12A RU 2012105295 A RU2012105295 A RU 2012105295A RU 2519982 C2 RU2519982 C2 RU 2519982C2
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Тибор ХЕРГЛОТЦ
Инго ШТАЙНФЕЛЬД
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05DHINGES OR OTHER SUSPENSION DEVICES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS OR WINGS
    • E05D1/00Pinless hinges; Substitutes for hinges
    • E05D1/04Pinless hinges; Substitutes for hinges with guide members shaped as circular arcs
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05YINDEXING SCHEME RELATING TO HINGES OR OTHER SUSPENSION DEVICES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS OR WINGS AND DEVICES FOR MOVING WINGS INTO OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION, CHECKS FOR WINGS AND WING FITTINGS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR, CONCERNED WITH THE FUNCTIONING OF THE WING
    • E05Y2900/00Application of doors, windows, wings or fittings thereof
    • E05Y2900/10Application of doors, windows, wings or fittings thereof for buildings or parts thereof
    • E05Y2900/13Application of doors, windows, wings or fittings thereof for buildings or parts thereof characterised by the type of wing
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Abstract

FIELD: construction.
SUBSTANCE: in loop (200) for rotary joint of leaf (F) with frame (R), and namely of a door leaf with a door frame containing housing (1, 101) fixed on frame (R) and turning clamp (10, 110) fixed on leaf (F) and supported from housing (1, 101); turning clamp (10, 110) includes guide slot (32, 132) with guide surfaces (15, 115; 31, 131), and housing (1, 101) includes guide element (6, 106), along which guide surfaces (15, 115; 31, 131) move so that possibility of movement of turning clamp (10, 110) can be provided relative to housing (1, 101) along the trajectory specified by guide slot (32, 132).
EFFECT: improvement of a structure.
18 cl, 9 dwg

Description

The invention relates to a hinge for pivotally connecting a sash with a frame, in particular a door sash with a door frame, comprising a body to be connected to the frame and a rotatable bracket to be connected to the sash, which rests on the body.

Such a loop is known from EP 1 400 646 B1. It serves for concealed installation in the fold space of a combination of frame and sash profiles. Due to this, it is not visible from the outside, which improves the appearance of the combination of frame and sash in comparison with conventional hinges and protects the hinge from exposure from the outside when the sash is closed. Thus, such covertly located hinges are characterized by improved burglary protection compared to hinges visible from the outside.

To enable the use of concealed hinges also in the so-called overlapping systems, in which the frame and / or sash profiles have protrusions which, when the sash is closed, partially overlap the corresponding other profile from the outside, the rotary axis is mounted with the possibility of movement in the frame element body when turning along the provided in walls lying opposite to each other having guide surfaces of the guide tracks. This leads to the fact that the sash during rotation not only rotates around the pivot axis, but also moves outward relative to the fold space. The collision of the overlapping protrusions with the corresponding other profile is prevented in a plurality of profile combinations.

In a loop known from EP 1 400 646 B1, guide tracks are located in the housing covers, which are screwed to the rest of the housing. They serve to accommodate the sliding elements, which in turn are based on the rotary axis.

The disadvantage of this loop is that a substantial part of the holding and control forces must be diverted into the frame through the guide tracks. Therefore, it is necessary, on the one hand, to make the covers quite stable. On the other hand, an accurate fit after make-up must be ensured, which in practice requires the installation of pins between the covers and the housing. In addition, the loop due to the large number of structural elements is difficult to assemble, and also requires large labor costs in manufacturing due to the necessary to ensure the movement of the rotary axis of the teeth on the housing and the rotary bracket.

No. 2,767,425 discloses a hinge comprising a guide slot that is made between one of the guide surfaces formed by the pivoting bracket itself and the concentric surface of the guide plate. This guide plate is screwed using a rotary bracket screw. The guide surface and the guide plate clamp the guide element, since the guide plate is clamped by the elastic load of the guide element. For heavy doors or large operating loads, this hinge is unsuitable, since the guide plate separates when overcoming elastic force and, therefore, the pivoting bracket can develop an uncontrolled clearance.

Therefore, the basis of the invention is the task of creating a loop for a hidden installation, which is characterized by the ease of assembly of its structural elements and its high permissible load. In addition, the loop should be relatively cheap to manufacture.

This problem is solved using the loop described in paragraph 1 of the claims. Due to the fact that the rotary bracket contains a guide slot with concentric guide surfaces, and the housing contains a guide element along which the guide surfaces are guided, so that it is possible to move the rotary bracket relative to the housing along a path defined by the slot of the guide, the rotary bracket describes a predetermined curvature during rotation cut the curve of the trajectory, so that when the sash opens, it receives a component of movement, which removes from each other closed to each other, forming a fold zone of the side of the sash and frame. Thus, the loop according to the invention is suitable for overlapping systems. Based on the direction of the guide slot along the guide element of the housing, it is possible to transfer forces over the surface between the pivot bracket and the housing, so that the loop is also suitable for heavy loads. Since the pivot axis of the pivot bracket is fixed, complex gears or separately mounted sliding elements are not required, which positively affects the labor costs associated with the manufacture of the loop according to the invention.

The high permissible load is also achieved due to the fact that the swivel bracket according to the invention contains approximately a quarter-shaped rod, which is secured with several screws spaced apart in the longitudinal direction, piercing the guide element in the elongated hole. The implementation of the structural element having approximately the shape of a quarter of the rod, on the one hand, provides high stability, since the structural element can be made massive without losing the maximum possible opening angle. On the other hand, a few screws along the length of the hinge element, which lead to a sufficient direction of the hinge bracket, make it possible to lock without using increased acting loads.

The hinge, which is also suitable for concealed installation, is known from EP 887501 B1. In this loop, the hinge bracket is curved in the shape of a circular arc and enters into a circular arc-shaped groove in the holding portion. In this embodiment, the surface through which forces are transmitted between the sash and the frame decreases with an increase in the aperture angle. This is a significant drawback, in particular, because just when the sash is open, the greatest forces should be expected.

In one particularly preferred embodiment, the hinges according to the invention, the guide surfaces are formed by facing each other, selectively intended for fastening to each other or shared structural elements of the rotary bracket. Based on this, it is especially easy to assemble the loop according to the invention, by the fact that when the structural elements are separated, one structural element is first secured to the guide element and then another structural element is secured.

The fastening can be carried out particularly preferably with screws.

If the screws penetrate, which is particularly preferred, the guide element in the holes extending in the direction of movement, having an elongated shape, the complete rotation of the guide slot for the guide element is effectively prevented, which would lead to the separation of the rotary bracket from the housing.

Therefore, the elongated holes can preferably be of such dimensions and can be positioned so that their ends limit the travel path that the pivot bracket can move relative to the housing. In other words, based on the size of the elongated holes, it is possible to limit the maximum opening angle of the sash to the desired value. Therefore, there is no need to install door stoppers that damage the appearance and present a risk of tripping.

In order to prevent jamming and to reduce wear of the hinge according to the invention, the guide surfaces are preferably provided with a liner of friction-reducing material. The liner may be a separate structural element. However, it is also possible to create a liner due to a layer firmly applied to the guide surfaces or chemical or physical treatment of the guide surfaces.

The hinge can be made divided parallel to the hinge axis and contain a guide part having a guide slot and having a mounting part for securing to the casement arm. Based on this, with the guide and mounting parts not yet connected together, first hinge structural groups to be mounted on the frame, on the one hand, and on the sash, on the other hand, and then install the hinge on the frame by mounting the guide and mounting part on top of each other.

In one particularly preferred modification of the split hinge bracket made, it further comprises a device that moves the guide and the fastening parts relative to each other parallel to the hinge axis and fixes both of these parts in the desired position. Alignment of the sash in the frame parallel to the hinge axis, also called vertical alignment, is possible in this case in a simple way.

In order to facilitate the connection of the guide and the fastening parts with pre-mounted structural elements, in a particularly preferred modification, at least one of the end faces of the hinge bracket has a recess with which it can engage at a certain opening position of the hinge bracket and the locking element located on the housing with the possibility of movement . Based on this embodiment, it is possible to fix the guide part during the installation process of the sash in a predetermined opening position, so that during this process there is no need to hold it manually. This also reduces the risk of personal injury during installation of the sash, for example, by pinching a finger between the housing and the hinge bracket.

In order to enable easy use of the hinge according to the invention for variously designed sashes, a mounting part for mounting on the sash is preferably provided, which is intended for mounting the hinge bracket provided for mounting on the shoulder flap. In this case, it is necessary to coordinate only the mounting part with the conditions specified by the sash, for example, with the size of the existing recess. You can also have a stock of different sizes, consistent with different standard situations of mounting parts.

To also ensure easy alignment perpendicular to the hinge axis, also called horizontal alignment, a spacer may be provided between the arm and the mounting portion. In this case, horizontal alignment can be performed by changing the number of spacers or by using spacers of different thicknesses. In this case, the spacers can be made preferably of heat-insulating material, in order to prevent unnecessary cold bridges.

Based on the direction of the guide element provided on the housing on the guide surfaces of the guide slot provided on the pivot bracket, direction with a small clearance of the articulated bracket in the housing is already provided. However, to facilitate assembly of the hinge according to the invention and to further improve the guide function, in one preferred embodiment of the hinge according to the invention, the housing comprises at least one guide track extending concentrically with the slot guide, into which a guide protrusion connected to the hinge loop enters . Based on this, in the final analysis, changes in the mechanical purpose of the hinged bracket are already positioned in the housing before joining together the guiding surfaces of the structural elements of the swivel bracket. Thus, it is prevented that the housing and the pivot bracket are difficult to hold when connected together. In addition, due to the additional direction when opening and closing the sash, the gap between the swivel bracket and the body is reduced, due to which the sash can be made with smaller dimensions of the gap relative to the frame.

It is particularly preferable to provide two guide tracks in the housing on opposite sides of each other, and a protrusion enters each guide track, because on this basis the hinge according to the invention can be used equally for the leaves opened both left and right, and the clearance can be further reduced. between the swivel bracket and the housing.

In order to allow forces to be introduced over the surface of the guide tracks in order to reduce the load, the protrusions are preferably made in the form of a circular arc.

To reduce wear, the guide tracks and / or protrusions may comprise inserts of friction reducing material.

In a particularly preferred embodiment, the pivoting bracket is substantially U-shaped, with one free shoulder U forming the contact side for the sash and one of the guide surfaces formed on the other free shoulder. In this case, the guide surface can be made in the first separate, then connected to the rotary bracket structural element, or in the rotary bracket itself.

The following is a description of examples of the loop according to the invention, with reference to the accompanying drawings, in which is shown schematically:

figure 1 is a first exemplary embodiment, in exploded isometric view;

figure 2 is the same embodiment as in figure 1, however, in the assembled state on the combination of the sash and frame, in isometric view;

figure 3 is the same example of a loop, according to the invention, as in figure 2, in section along the line aa in figure 2, however, in the closed state of the loop;

figure 4 is the same view as in figure 3, however, with the sash open at about 90 °;

5 is a second exemplary embodiment, in exploded isometric view;

Fig.6 is the same embodiment as in Fig.5, in section along the line BB in Fig.5, however, in the closed state;

Fig.7 is the same view as in Fig.6, however, with a maximum opening angle of the sash open at about 90 °;

Fig. 8 is a second embodiment of a loop according to the invention in an assembled state in a closed position, wherein the upper part of the housing is shown open along a shaded plane in an isometric view; and

Fig.9 is the same view as in Fig.8, however, with the sash open at about 90 °.

Referred to in FIGS. 1-4 as a whole by reference numeral 100, the first exemplary embodiment of a loop according to the invention comprises a housing 1 which is approximately in the shape of a bath and has the shape of a rectangular parallelepiped. On the narrow sides 2 of the housing 1, consoles 3 protruding beyond its outer contour 3 are formed, each having two holes 4 for passing the fixing screw 5.

The longitudinal side of the housing shown in FIG. 1 on the left is formed by a guiding element 6, which has a cross-sectional shape of a cylindrical pipe cut in half in the longitudinal direction. The guide element 6 contains three spaced apart from each other in the longitudinal direction L, having an elongated shape of the hole 7.

At both ends, on which the guide element 6 abuts against one of the narrow sides 2, i.e. at the top and bottom in figure 1, the guide element 6 is surrounded by a concentric guide track 8, which is made open to the inner space 9 of the housing 1.

In addition, the loop 100 comprises a pivot bracket 10, which has an approximately U-shaped cross section. Shown in figure 1, the free shoulder 11 contains two holes 12 for passing the corresponding mounting screw 13, which serves to attach the shoulder 11 to the leaf F (see figure 2).

On the other, approximately parallel to the shoulder 11, free shoulder 14, a concave guide surface 15 is formed, the radius of curvature of which corresponds to the convex side 16 of the guide element 6. The guide surface 15 carries a liner 17 made of friction-reducing material.

In addition, the pivot bracket 10 comprises a structurally shaped quarter block member 18, the convex side 19 of which has a radius of curvature that corresponds approximately to the radius of curvature of the concave side 20 of the guide member 6. Three spaced apart from each other in the direction are provided on the concave side 20 the longitudinal axis L of the liner 21 from a friction reducing material that reduces friction between the structural member 18 and the convex side 20 of the guide member 6.

As shown in FIG. 1, on the shoulder 14 of the pivot bracket 10, protrusions 22 are formed forming an extension of the guide surface 15 in the direction of the longitudinal axis L from above and below, which are made in the form of an arc of a circle so that they form with guide tracks 8, which in turn equipped with friction reducing liners 23, slip fit.

The structural member 18 is screwed to the shoulder 14 using three screws 24, which each contain a spacer 25. The screws 24 penetrate the shoulders 14 in the hole 26 and the guide element 6 in one of the elongated holes 7. The screws 24 are screwed into the corresponding threaded holes 28 of the structural element 18, however, they penetrate the liners 21 in the elongated holes 29 and the liner 17 in the holes 30. The spacers 25 are sized so that they end approximately flush with the concave side of the liner 30.

The convex side 19 of the structural member 18 forms a guide surface 31, which forms a guide slot 32 with the guide surface 15 of the arm 14, which interacts with sliding with the guide element 6 (see, in particular, FIGS. 3 and 4).

Accordingly, in the mounted state of the loop 100, the guide surface 15 interacts with sliding with the convex side 16, the guide surface 31 interacts with the concave side 20 of the guide element. At the same time, the protrusions 22 also slide into the guide tracks 8, so that the pivot bracket 10 is precisely guided on the housing 1. Since the screws 24 pass through the elongated holes 7, their ends can form stops 27 that limit the maximum opening angle of the pivot bracket 10 and thus, the flaps F relative to the housing 1 and thereby relative to the frame R. The rotation of the rotary bracket 10 occurs around the rotary axis S, which is located inside the frame R at about the lateral edge of the housing 1.

Shown in FIGS. 5–9, generally designated 200 by a loop, according to a second embodiment of the invention, comprises a housing 101, which is also made approximately in the form of a bath and has the shape of a rectangular parallelepiped. On its narrow sides 102, consoles 103 protruding beyond its outer contour are formed, each of which has two holes 104 for passing a corresponding fixing screw 105. In addition, in each console 103 near the edge of the bath-like part 101 'of the housing 101, another hole 104' is provided approximately in the middle , through which, if necessary, you can screw into the frame R another, not shown in the drawing, a mounting screw.

The longitudinal side 101 shown in FIG. 5 to the right is formed by a guide member 106, which has a cross-sectional shape that is divided in half in the longitudinal direction of the cylindrical pipe. The guide member 106 comprises three elongated holes 107 spaced apart in the longitudinal direction L.

The guide element extends above and below all the way to the flat boundary surfaces 108.

In addition, the hinge 200 includes a pivot bracket 110, which has a guide portion 133 and a mounting portion 134.

A concave guide surface 115 is formed on the guiding portion 133, the radius of curvature of which corresponds to the convex side 116 of the guiding member 106. The guiding surface 115 is coated with an anti-friction sliding liner not shown in the drawing.

In addition, the pivot bracket 110 comprises a structural member 118, approximately quarter-quarter in shape, whose convex side 119 has a radius of curvature that corresponds to the radius of curvature of the concave side 120 (see FIG. 8). On the convex side 119 of the structural member 118, four liners 121 of friction-reducing material 121 are made at a distance from each other, which reduce friction between the structural member 118 and the concave side 120 of the guide member 106.

The structural member 118 is screwed using three screws 124, which contain each spacer 125, with a guide portion 133. The screws 124 penetrate the structural member 118 in the corresponding hole 126 and the guide member 106 in one of the elongated holes 107. The screws 124 are screwed into the corresponding threaded holes 128 of the guide portion 133. The length of the spacers 125 is only slightly greater than the thickness of the material of the guide member 106, and the diameter corresponds essentially to the width of the elongated holes 107.

The convex side 119 of the structural member 118 forms a guide surface 131, which, together with the guide surface 115 of the guide part 133, forms a guide slot 132, which interacts with sliding with the guide element 106, in other words, in which the guide element 106 is arranged to slide around the hinge axis S (see Fig.6-9).

Accordingly, in the mounted state of the loop 200, the guide surface 115 interacts with sliding with the convex side 119, the guide surface 131 interacts with the concave side 120 of the guide element. Since the screws 124 pass through the elongated holes 107, their ends can form stops 127 that limit the maximum opening angle of the pivot bracket 110 and thereby the flaps F relative to the housing 101 and thereby relative to the frame R. The pivot bracket 110 rotates around the pivot axis S, which is located inside the frame R approximately at the lateral edge of the housing 101.

At the end ends of both the structural member 118 and the guide portion 133, liners 135 of approximately circular cross-section from a friction-reducing material are applied. They slide when controlling loop 200 along a corresponding adjacent bounding surface 108.

As shown, in particular, in FIG. 5, the guide portion 133 comprises, on its side facing the mounting portion 134, two protrusions 136 spaced apart from each other in the hinge axis, which have thickenings 137 in their free end zones (see also 6 and 7). The fastening part 134 is provided with a cross-section made with corresponding protrusions 136 of the groove 138. It has an inlet opening 139 on the side facing the guiding part 133, which extends from the middle by approximately the same length to the end ends of the fastening part 134 and which is intended for introducing one of the protrusions 136 into the groove 138.

A connection with a geometrical closure between the guide part 133 and the fastening part 134 is achieved in that after the insertion of one of the protrusions 136 into the hole 139, both parts are displaced relative to each other parallel to the hinge axis, so that both protrusions mesh with the geometrical closure with the groove 138.

To enable the locking part 133 and the fixing part 134 to engage with each other, the end zones of the groove 138 are provided with threaded holes for screwing the threaded spindles 140. Alignment parallel to the hinge axis (vertical adjustment) can be performed by unscrewing or screwing the threaded spindles accordingly. 140.

In addition, the hinge 200 includes a mounting part 141, the contour of which is aligned with the recess T in the sash. It contains several holes 142, which serve to pass the fastening screws 143 for screwing with the leaf F.

In addition, threaded holes 144 are provided on the mounting portion 141, which serve to screw in the screws 145 to screw the mounting portion 134 to the mounting portion 141.

Between the mounting part 134 and the mounting part 141, a spacer 146 is provided, which consists of a heat-insulating material. To adjust the loop perpendicular to the hinge axis (horizontal alignment), spacers 146 can be used in different numbers or thicknesses.

The separation of the pivot bracket 110 into the guide part 133 and the fixing part 134 has the advantage that the structural group B1 located on the frame side and the structural group B2 located on the sash side can be pre-mounted on the frame and on the sash. In this case, for the installation of the sash, it is only necessary to connect the guide and fastening parts 133, 134 of the hinges in the above manner.

In order that during this process it would not be necessary to manually hold the guide part 133 in the open position, recesses 147 are made on the end sides of the guide part 133 to be inserted into them by turning the locking element 148 screwed into the housing 101 at a certain opening position. The locking elements have on their opposite side to the observer in FIG. 5 a corresponding protrusion intended to engage with two recesses 149 on the housing 101. The protrusion and recesses are located so that the protrusion in the fixing guide part 133 is in one recess, and in the release the guide part 133 position is in another recess.

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100, 200 Loop

1, 101 Housing

101 'bath part

2, 102 Narrow sides

3, 103 Consoles

4, 104, 104 'Holes

5, 105 Fixing screw

6, 106 Guide element

7, 107 Holes

8 Guide track

9 Interior space

10, 110 Swivel bracket

11 Leverage

12 holes

13 Mounting screws

14 Leverage

15, 115 Guide surface

16, 116 Convex side

17, 117 Liner

18, 118 Feature

19, 119 Convex side

20, 120 Concave side

21, 121 Liner

22 Projection

23 liner

24, 124 Screws

25, 125 Spacers

26, 126 Hole

27 stops

28, 128 Threaded holes

29 holes

30 holes

31, 131 Guide surface

32, 132 Guide slot

108 Boundary surface

133 Guide

134 Mounting part

135 liner

136 Projections

137 Thickening

138 Groove

139 hole

140 Threaded Spindles

141 Mounting part

142 holes

143 Mounting Screws

144 threaded holes

145 Screws

146 strut

147 notches

148 Locking elements

149 notches

AA Plane

B-plane

F Sash

L Longitudinal axis

R frame

S rotary axis

T Notch.

Claims (18)

1. Hinge (100, 200) for pivoting the leaf (F) with the frame (R), in particular, the door leaf with the door frame, comprising a housing (1, 101) fixed to the frame (R) and fixed to the leaf (F) a swivel bracket (10, 110), which rests in the housing (1, 101), and the swivel bracket (10, 110) contains a guide slot (32, 132) with guide surfaces (15, 115; 31, 131) and the housing (1 , 101) contains a guide element (6, 106) for guiding guide surfaces (15, 115; 31, 131) along it, characterized in that the pivoting bracket (10, 110) contains approximately a quarter rod structural member (18, 118) which is secured by means of several spaced apart in the longitudinal direction (L) of screws (24, 124) penetrating the guide member (6, 106) in the oblong hole (7, 107).
2. The loop according to claim 1, characterized in that the elongated holes (7, 107) are of such dimensions and arranged so that their ends limit the path of movement along which the pivot bracket (10, 110) can move relative to the housing (1, 101 )
3. The loop according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the guide surfaces (15, 115; 31, 131) and / or the guide element (6, 106) contain inserts (17, 117; 21, 121) from friction-reducing sliding material.
4. The hinge according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the hinge bracket (110) is divided parallel to the hinge axis (S) and contains a guide part (133) having a guide slot (132) and a fastening part having a shoulder (111) for fastening (134).
5. The hinge according to claim 3, characterized in that the hinge bracket (110) is made parallel to the hinge axis (S) and comprises a guide part (133) having a guide slot (132) and a mounting part (134) for fastening the mount (134) )
6. A hinge according to any one of claims 1, 2 or 5, characterized in that a recess (147) is provided on at least one of the end sides of the hinge bracket (110), which, at a certain opening position of the hinge bracket (110), can enter with engagement located on the housing (101) with the possibility of movement of the locking element (148).
7. The hinge according to claim 3, characterized in that at least one of the end sides of the hinge bracket (110) has a recess (147) into which, at a certain opening position of the hinge bracket (110), it can engage with engagement located on the housing ( 101) with the possibility of movement of the locking element (148).
8. The hinge according to claim 4, characterized in that at least one of the end sides of the hinged bracket (110) has a recess (147) into which, at a certain opening position of the hinged bracket (110), it can engage with engagement located on the housing ( 101) with the possibility of movement of the locking element (148).
9. The hinge according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that for mounting on the leaf (F), a mounting part (141) is provided, which is intended for mounting the shoulder (111).
10. The loop according to claim 9, characterized in that a spacer is provided between the shoulder (111) and the mounting part (141).
11. The loop according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the housing (1) comprises at least one guide track (8) extending concentrically with the guide slot (32), into which the guide is connected with a hinge loop (10) ledge (22).
12. The loop according to claim 3, characterized in that the housing (1) comprises at least one guide track (8) extending concentrically with the guide slot (32), into which the guide protrusion connected to the hinge loop (10) enters ( 22).
13. The loop according to claim 11, characterized in that the housing on the opposite sides of each other (2) contains two guide tracks (8), and a protrusion (22) is included in each guide track (8).
14. The loop according to claim 13, characterized in that the housing (1) comprises at least one guide track (8) extending concentrically with the guide slot (32), into which the guide protrusion connected to the hinge loop (10) enters ( 22).
15. The loop according to claim 11, characterized in that the protrusions (22) are made in the form of a circular arc.
16. The loop according to any one of paragraphs.12-14, characterized in that the protrusions (22) are made in the form of a circular arc.
17. The loop according to claim 11, characterized in that the guide tracks (8) and / or protrusions (22) contain inserts (23) of material that reduces friction.
18. The hinge according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the pivoting bracket (10, 110) is substantially U-shaped, with one free shoulder (11, 111) forming the contact side for the sash (F), and on the other a free shoulder formed a guiding surface (15, 115).
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