SI9111132A - Heat insulating multi-layer facade - Google Patents

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SI9111132A
SI9111132A SI9111132A SI9111132A SI9111132A SI 9111132 A SI9111132 A SI 9111132A SI 9111132 A SI9111132 A SI 9111132A SI 9111132 A SI9111132 A SI 9111132A SI 9111132 A SI9111132 A SI 9111132A
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Mirko Strmsek
Marja Hribar
Milos Cajner
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Krka Tovarna Zdravil
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The invention relates to a multilayer thermal insulation a facade comprising a base wall (1), at the desired height of the wall, a guide angle (2) is attached. At these are by means of mounting brackets (3) to the wall (1) Clamped and fastened set of thermal insulation boards (4). The first, in the given case, is the lower row of plates (4) leaning on the corner of the angle (2) that is placed perpendicular to the wall (1). With each assembly (3) it is held welded wire reinforcement mesh (23), over of which the load-bearing plaster (24) is arranged and on the latter an appropriate finishing layer (25) is applied.

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Thermal insulation multilayer facade
KRKA Medicines Factory, p.o.
The invention relates to the field of construction and in this context to the field of wall construction with respect to insulation. More specifically, the invention falls within the field of wall construction, which are formed of elements suspended from one another, in particular walls made of elements that do not contain cavities either by themselves or between themselves. The subject matter of the invention is classified in class E 04 B 2/04 in the international patent classification.
Generally, thermal insulation multilayer facades are already known (eg, eg, YU patent application P 292/88 of the same applicant). Said solution is designed to push an anchor insert comprising a flat head through an insulating layer into the load-bearing wall. Through the latter, a retaining-stud is inserted. Between the cartridge head and the stud head is arranged in the axial section of the cartridge as a U-shaped spacer, comprising two arms and a bridge connecting them. The shorter of these arms is cut longitudinally, suspended from a sheet of chopped metal and then the reinforcement mesh is extended.
The disadvantage of this solution lies in the fact that the anchoring insert described, due to the deformation of the spacer arms, does not provide a sufficiently precise positioning of the mesh in the cross-section of the plaster, since the reinforcement mesh should lie as much as possible in the middle of the cross-section.
A further disadvantage of the known solution lies in the fact that the chopped sheet and then the extended reinforcement mesh do not have sufficient rigidity in the directions lying in the plane of the mesh itself. This results in cracks in the façade, as the chopped and extended reinforcement mesh is not able to compensate for the temperature expansion in the elasticity of the mesh material.
Starting from the above known thermal insulation multilayer facade, the object of the invention is based on the problem of how to modify the object structure in order to prevent the formation of cracks in the facade and to ensure the optimal arrangement of the reinforcement mesh in the cross-section of the plaster.
The present technical problem is solved according to the invention by attaching a leading angle to the base-bearing wall, at the desired height of the wall, and by means of fixing-holding assemblies a series of heat is tightly attached and fixed to the supporting wall2
21626PR0.IV noisolation panels. In this case, the first, if possible, the lower row of panels rests on the arm of the leading angle, which is perpendicular to the supporting wall. The respective fastening-holding assembly holds a welded wire reinforcement mesh over which a load-bearing plaster is arranged, and a suitable finishing layer is applied on the latter.
Each mounting bracket is constructed from an anchor insert comprising a tubular stem which is formed in a region of its first end by a series of spaced longitudinally spaced, substantially cross-sectioned, substantially triangular annular recesses. At its opposite end, the stem is integral with a radially intense cylindrical head, comprising a disc arranged perpendicular to the stem, integral with the tubular attachment in the stem diameter area, and integral with the further tubular attachment in the circumference of the disc. The inner wall of the first tubular nozzle is thus conical.
The stem further extends along its outer circumference a series of ribs arranged perpendicularly to the stem extending from the disk longitudinally toward the annular recess region. The mounting bracket is further formed from a radially intense circular washer, integral with a centrally positioned truncated cone that narrows in the direction away from the washer, the cone being gripped by a conical shaped inner wall of the tubular nozzle. The washer and cone are designed with a centered through hole. Through the hole and further into the cavity of the stem, the supporting cable is pushed tightly into the stem, and the annular spacer is attached to the stem by a transient matching, which is formed at its outer circumference by a series of ribs coinciding with the ribs of the stem.
The invention is further concretized on the basis of an embodiment shown in the accompanying plan in which FIG. 1 is a cross-sectional view of a multilayer thermal insulation facade of FIG. 2 is a longitudinal cross-section of the fastening-holding assembly of the invention.
To the base-bearing wall 1, at the desired height of the wall, a guiding angle 2, which is optionally made of galvanized sheet metal, is known in a manner which is not shown in more detail in the plan. Furthermore, a series of heat-insulating panels 4 is tightly attached and fastened to the wall 1 by means of fastening-holding assemblies 3, with the first, if applicable, lower row of panels 4 resting on the arm of the angle 2, which is perpendicular to the wall 1.
Each mounting bracket 3 is formed from an anchor insert 5 comprising a tubular stem 6, which in the region of its first end is formed by
21626PR0.IV In a series of essentially longitudinally spaced, substantially triangle-shaped annular recesses 7 in cross-section 7. At its opposite end, the stem 6 is integral with a radially intense cylindrical head 8, having a disk 9 perpendicular to the stem 6, which is in the diameter range. 6 is integral with the tubular nozzle 10, and in the area of the circumference of the disk 9 is integral with the further tubular nozzle 11. The tubular nozzles 10, 11 relative to the disk 9 are arranged so that they are facing away from the recesses 7 on the stem 6, with the axial dimension being preferably the same. Disc 9 is formed in the area between the tubular lugs 10,11 by a series of evenly spaced through holes 12. The inner wall of the tubular lug 10 is conical, with the cone decreasing in the direction towards the disk 9. The stem 6 further extends along its outer circumference a string, in the present case, four ribs 13 perpendicular to the stem 6 extending from disk 9 longitudinally toward the annular recess zone 7.
The stem 6 is provided with a transient fit by an annular spacer 14, which is formed on its outer circumference by a series of ribs 15 coinciding with the ribs 13 of the stem 6. The retaining-holding assembly 3 further comprises a radially intense circular washer 16 integrally with a centered truncated cone 17, which narrows in the direction away from the washer 16, the cone 17 being gripped by a tapered inner wall of the tubular nozzle 10. The washer 16 and the cone 17 are formed by a centrally through hole 18, and the washer 16 is formed in the peripheral region by 19. Through the hole 18 and further into the cavity of the stem 6, a tightly assembled, preferably driven, thrust cable is pushed through the hole 18, which is formed at its first end by a recessed head 21 and at the opposite end by a tip 22.
The respective thermal insulation panel 4 is secured to the wall 1 by at least Four fixing-holding assemblies 3 by inserting the stem 6 of the respective anchor insert 5 through the plate 4 into the bore in the wall 1, with the head 8 adjacent to the disk 9 on the plate 4 and presses it against the wall 1.
The thermal insulation facade of the invention further comprises a welded wire reinforcement mesh 23 which is pressed against the tubular nozzles 10, 11 of the head 8 of the anchor insert 5 and fixed with a circular washer 16 so that the cone 17 is in a tight grip with the tapered inner wall of the tubular nozzle 10. 16 and thus the reinforcement mesh 23 are secured against loosening by the carrier cable 20. The facade of the invention further comprises a load-bearing plaster 24, in which the middle area, viewed in cross-section, is arranged reinforcement mesh 23 and therein is
21626PR0.IV Applied yet appropriate finishing layer 25.
In case the supporting wall 1 comprises irregularities, it is offset by mounting the spacer 14 on the stem 6 of the anchor insert 5.
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KRKA, medicines factory, p.o .:
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    PATENT APPLICATION
  1. A thermal insulation multilayer facade, characterized in that a guide angle (2) is attached to the base-bearing wall (1) at the desired height of the wall, and is tightly fixed to the wall (1) by means of fastening-holding assemblies (3). a series of thermal insulation panels (4) is fastened and secured, the first, as the case may be, the lower row of panels (4) resting on the arm of the angle (2), which is perpendicular to the wall (1), with the respective assembly (3) being a welded wire reinforcement mesh (23) is held, through which a load-bearing plaster (24) is arranged, and a suitable finishing layer (25) is applied on the latter.
  2. Thermal insulation multilayer facade according to claim 1, characterized in that the respective fastening-holding assembly (3) is formed of an anchor insert (5) comprising a tubular stem (6), which is formed in a region of its first end with a row longitudinally longitudinally of substantially triangular, substantially triangularly shaped annular recesses (7), and at its opposite end a stem (6) integral with a radially intense cylindrical head (8) comprising a disc (9) perpendicular to the stem (6), which in the area of diameter of the stem (6) is integral with the tubular nozzle (10), and in the area of the circumference of the disk (9) it is integral with the further tubular nozzle (11), the conical nozzle (10) having the inner wall being conical, further along its outer circumference, the stem (6) comprises a series of ribs (13) arranged perpendicularly to the stem (6) extending from the disk (9) longitudinally to the annular recess region (7), further from the radially intense circular p bushings (16) integral with a centered truncated cone (17) tapering away from the washer (16), the cone (17) being gripped by a tapered inner wall of the tubular attachment (10), wherein the washer (16) and the cone (17) are designed with a centered through hole (18), and from through the hole (18) and further into the cavity of the stem (6) with a close fit of the pushed support cable (20), which is attached to the stem (6 ) with a transient fit a ring annular spacer (14), which is formed at its outer circumference by a series of ribs (15) coincident with the ribs (13) of the stem (6).
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CN102733498A (en) * 2012-07-05 2012-10-17 成军 High-rise residential building external thermal insulation system construction method

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
CN102733498A (en) * 2012-07-05 2012-10-17 成军 High-rise residential building external thermal insulation system construction method

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