RU53318U1 - Frames for rain water collection - Google Patents

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RU53318U1
RU53318U1 RU2005139995/22U RU2005139995U RU53318U1 RU 53318 U1 RU53318 U1 RU 53318U1 RU 2005139995/22 U RU2005139995/22 U RU 2005139995/22U RU 2005139995 U RU2005139995 U RU 2005139995U RU 53318 U1 RU53318 U1 RU 53318U1
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Александр Анатольевич Иванов
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    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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Abstract

The invention relates to the construction, in particular, to the design of drainage systems for roofs of buildings, and more specifically, may find application as a device for collecting rainwater. The frame device for collecting rainwater consists of a core, a rotating platform, a channel boom, a gutter for collecting water, a water intake, a counterweight and a telescopic handle. The skeleton is assembled in the form of a rectangular prism 1, the lower side of which is mounted on the ground, and the upper side reaches the level of the gutter 2 of the roof drainage system, while at the point of intersection of the symmetry axes of the upper side the coupling 3 is structurally fixed, accommodating the shaft 4 of the rotating platform 5 , to which the channel boom 6 of the “alternative” trough 7 of the water collection is attached. At one end, the arrow ends with water inlet 8, and on the other with a counterbalance 9. Inside the channel boom 6, an “alternative” water collection chute 7 is installed, connected to the water inlet 8 on one side and having an open end 10 located on the perimeter of the upper sides of the skeleton 1. Inside the frame skeleton 1 is placed a reservoir 11 for collecting and storing rainwater, with any dimensions limited by the volume of the prism, and the water intake 8 of the channel boom 6 has the opportunity, by rotating the platform 5, to feed One open end of the gutter 2 roof drainage systems. In this case, a new path of rainwater passage is formed: through the water intake 8 and the "alternative" trough 7 for collecting water - into the tank 11 for collection and storage. The rotation of the platform 5, rigidly connected with the channel boom 6, is carried out by manipulating the telescopic handle 12 attached to
one of the external sides of the boom between the boundaries of the perimeter of prism 1 and the water inlet 8. The proposed design allows the use of tanks of various sizes to collect rainwater, remotely manipulate the moving parts of the device to achieve the necessary arrangement of its components, and carry out technological measures without the involvement of specialists.

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The invention relates to the construction, in particular, to devices for draining and collecting water from roofs.

A device for collecting rainwater according to European patent 1350902, IPC 7 E 04 D 13/08; E 03 B 3/02, 10/08/2003. The device is made as a cut-in into a drain pipe between its ends and contains a valve-type switching device that can be installed in two different positions: for conducting water in an "alternative" way to the assembly tank or down from the tie-in through the pipe to the ground - the "traditional" way.

The disadvantage of this design is the lack of the possibility of mobile replacement of the dimensions and localization on the ground of reservoirs for collecting and accumulating rainwater.

The technical problem to which the claimed design is directed is to quickly and easily change the direction of the water flow from “traditional” to “alternative” in order to be able to collect and accumulate water in land tanks, which may have variations in size and localization on the ground.

The problem is solved in that a light frame metal structure is assembled - the skeleton (Fig. 1) in the form of a rectangular prism 1, the lower side of which is mounted on the ground, and the upper side reaches the level of the gutter 2 of the roof drainage system, while at the intersection of the axes of symmetry the upper side is structurally fixed coupling 3, accommodating the shaft 4

rotating platform 5, to which the channel boom 6 of the "alternative" gutter 7 for collecting water is attached (Figure 2).

The channel boom 6 of the "alternative" gutter 7 for collecting water is a prefabricated metal structure with perforated strips having a channel profile (with vertically arranged shelves), the ends of which are located asymmetrically relative to the rotatable platform 5. At one end, the arrow ends with a water intake 8, and on the other, with a counterweight 9.

Inside the channel boom 6, an “alternative” water collection chute 7 is installed, connected on the one hand to the water intake 8, and on the other hand having an open end 10 located within the perimeter of the upper side of the core 1.

Inside the frame skeleton 1 is placed a reservoir 11 for collecting and storing rainwater, with any dimensions limited by the volume of the prism, and the water intake 8 of the channel boom 6 is able, by rotating the platform 5, to be brought under the open end of the gutter 2 of the roof drainage system, formed, for example using a special device for opening the gutter (RF Patent 47408, IPC 7 E 04 D 13/076, 08/27/2005). In this case, a new path of rainwater passage is formed: through the water intake 8 and the "alternative" trough 7 for collecting water - into the tank 11 for collection and storage. The rotation of the platform 5, rigidly connected with the channel boom 6, is done by manipulating the telescopic handle 12 attached to one of the outer sides of the boom between the borders of the perimeter of the prism 1 and the water inlet 8.

The technical advantages of the proposed device are the following features:

- use for collecting rainwater tanks of various sizes without changing the design of the device;

- quick and easy assembly of the structure in the selected location;

- remote manipulation of the moving parts of the device to achieve the necessary location of its components;

- the ability to carry out technological activities without the involvement of specialists;

- reduction in the cost of operating the drainage system.

Claims (7)

1. Frame device for collecting rainwater containing metal - a frame in the form of a rectangular prism, a rotating platform, a channel boom, a water collection chute, a water intake, a counterweight and a telescopic handle.
2. The frame device according to claim 1, characterized in that the channel boom of the "alternative" water collection chute, mounted on a rotating platform, has the ability to move in a horizontal plane.
3. The frame device according to claim 1, characterized in that from one end the channel arrow ends with a water inlet, and from the other with a counterweight.
4. The frame device according to claim 1, characterized in that the water intake of the channel boom has the ability to be brought under the open ends of the gutter of the roof drainage system.
5. The frame device according to claim 1, characterized in that an "alternative" water collection chute is installed inside the channel boom, connected on one side to the water intake, and on the other hand having an open end located within the perimeter of the upper side of the prism.
6. The frame device according to claim 1, characterized in that the lower side of the skeleton is installed on the ground, and the upper side reaches the level of the gutter of the drainage system from the roof, while at the intersection of the axes of symmetry of the upper side, the clutch accommodating the rotating shaft platforms.
7. The frame device according to claim 1, characterized in that the rotation of the platform, rigidly connected with the channel boom, can be done by manipulating the telescopic handle attached to one of the outer sides of the boom between the boundaries of the core perimeter and the water intake.
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