TW201504505A - Outdoor mosaic floor - Google Patents

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TW201504505A
TW201504505A TW102132047A TW102132047A TW201504505A TW 201504505 A TW201504505 A TW 201504505A TW 102132047 A TW102132047 A TW 102132047A TW 102132047 A TW102132047 A TW 102132047A TW 201504505 A TW201504505 A TW 201504505A
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F15/00Flooring
    • E04F15/02Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements
    • E04F15/02044Separate elements for fastening to an underlayer
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F15/00Flooring
    • E04F15/02Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements
    • E04F15/02038Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements characterised by tongue and groove connections between neighbouring flooring elements
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F15/00Flooring
    • E04F15/02Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements
    • E04F15/02177Floor elements for use at a specific location
    • E04F15/02183Floor elements for use at a specific location for outdoor use, e.g. in decks, patios, terraces, verandas or the like
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F15/00Flooring
    • E04F15/02Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements
    • E04F15/02194Flooring consisting of a number of elements carried by a non-rollable common support plate or grid
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F15/00Flooring
    • E04F15/02Flooring or floor layers composed of a number of similar elements
    • E04F15/02044Separate elements for fastening to an underlayer
    • E04F2015/0205Separate elements for fastening to an underlayer with load-supporting elongated furring elements between the flooring elements and the underlayer
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
    • E04F2201/00Joining sheets or plates or panels
    • E04F2201/02Non-undercut connections, e.g. tongue and groove connections
    • E04F2201/023Non-undercut connections, e.g. tongue and groove connections with a continuous tongue or groove

Abstract

An outdoor mosaic floor comprises a plurality of plate bodies, a plurality of bases and at least one fastener; each of the bases has a positioning portion slidably disposed inside the chute of each plate body; the first sidewall surface of each of adjacent bases is buttoned to each other through a fastening portion, the second sidewall surface of each of adjacent bases are abutted against to each other through a convex and a concave portion, and at least one fastener is buttoned between the second sidewall surfaces of adjacent bases. Thereby, splicing of the outdoor mosaic floor according to this invention can be quickly completed, while avoiding displacements of the respective plate body and the respective base in the horizontal direction or vertical direction, thereby not only achieving a quick and easy construction, but also enhancing the structural stability, so as to increase the safety of pedestrians during their walking.

Description

Outdoor mosaic floor

The invention relates to a splicing floor, in particular to an outdoor splicing floor which is convenient to construct and has a stable structure.

The traditional outdoor splicing floor is based on the erection of a plurality of keels on the ground. Then, several pieces of wood are fixed on the keels by the nail gun to complete the splicing, but the whole construction process is quite laborious and time consuming, plus these The board will be deformed by long-term moisture and temperature changes, causing the nail to gradually loosen and protrude from the surface of the board, which will seriously affect the safety of pedestrians while walking. In addition, the keel at the bottom layer is easily rotted by the bubble in the water after the heavy rain, and the stability of the overall structure is reduced after a long time.

In addition, in recent years, the demand for wood has increased year by year, the number of trees has been decreasing day by day, and the environmental cost of wooden flooring has risen even more, and the cost of wood flooring is high, and the wood is easy to be artificial or natural. The deterioration of the factors, if the maintenance and repair are not timely in the period of deterioration, the board will be damaged by the ants, resulting in damage, breakage, etc., so that the service life of the board is shortened, and more serious There may even be a structural collapse, which will endanger the safety of pedestrians.

In order to solve the aforementioned problems, the industry has developed a splicing outdoor floor that uses a snapped base to replace the keel. Set up, then use screws or other fixings to fix several pieces of wood to each base to complete the stitching. Although such an outdoor splicing floor is more convenient and quicker in construction, and the adjacent two pedestals are also unable to move relative to each other in the horizontal direction due to being fastened to each other, the stability of the structure is increased; There is no structural design that can be positioned between the pedestals in the vertical direction, so it is easy to cause vertical relative displacement due to the relationship between the topography, and the vertical displacement of the pedestal will cause the wooden board to protrude from the original setting. The datum surface, when a pedestrian walks, the foot is easy to kick the protruding wooden board and cause problems such as falling or being injured.

In summary, the structure of the application has problems of insufficient stability and pedestrian safety and needs to be improved.

The main object of the present invention is to provide an outdoor splicing floor, which is quick and convenient to construct, has good structural stability, and can improve the safety of walking.

In order to achieve the above object, an outdoor splicing floor provided by the present invention comprises a plurality of slabs, a plurality of pedestals and at least one fastener, each of the slabs being provided with a chute at the bottom, each of the pedestal systems respectively comprising a top surface, a bottom surface, two opposite first side wall surfaces, two opposite second side wall surfaces, and a hook groove, wherein the top mask has a positioning portion, and the positioning portion is disposed in the sliding slot, each of the first Each of the side wall surfaces has a first fastening portion and a second fastening portion, and the first side wall surfaces of the adjacent bases are fastened to each other by the first and second fastening portions, each of the first The two side wall surfaces respectively have a convex portion, a concave portion and a snap portion, and the second side wall surfaces of the adjacent bases are opposite to each other by the convex portion and the concave portion Interlacing the card, each of the engaging portions abuts the convex portion and the concave portion and is provided with a sloped surface, the hook groove is adjacent to the concave portion, and is formed between the end of the concave portion and the engaging portion, and at least one fastener is fastened Between adjacent second sidewalls of the pedestal, at least one of the fasteners has a bottom wall, two end walls and a hooking wall, each end wall from each end of the bottom wall toward each of the pedestals a slanting surface is disposed in the direction of the splicing portion, and each of the slanting surfaces of the end wall is respectively attached to and positioned with the inclined surface of each of the engaging portions, and the hooking wall is disposed between each of the end walls and One side of the bottom wall extends toward the convex and concave portions of the base, and a hook portion is formed at an end of the hook wall, the hook portion is hooked in the hook groove, and the bottom wall and each end are a snap groove is formed between the wall and the hook wall for receiving the snap portion of each plate body

Each of the bases is respectively provided with a through hole, and each of the plate systems is fixed to each of the bases through a through hole through a fixing member.

At least one of the bottom walls of the fastener is provided with an identification area, and the identification area is located between one of the end walls and the hooking wall.

The identification zone of at least one of the fasteners is a countersunk hole for a screw to be worn.

One of the engaging portions of each of the bases is provided with two inclined surfaces, and at least one of the fastening portions of the fastening member is provided with a sloped surface, and the two inclined portions of the engaging portion are respectively attached to one end wall of each of the fastening members The slope of the bevel and the slope of the hook wall.

The inclined surface of the engaging portion of each of the bases is provided with a plurality of driven positioning tooth portions, and the inclined surfaces of the two end walls of the at least one fastening member are provided with a plurality of active positioning tooth portions, and each of the main and driven positioning tooth portions are mutually Match each other.

One of the engaging portions of each of the bases is on the bottom surface of the base Extending a mat.

One of the convex, concave or each of the shoulders of each of the bases is provided with a plurality of drainage holes.

The sliding slot of each of the plates is formed by a reduced diameter opening and a expanded inner groove; the positioning portion of each of the bases is composed of an upright section and a horizontal section. One end of the upright section is connected to the top surface of the base, and the other end is connected to the horizontal section. The upright section and the horizontal section are respectively located in the reduced diameter opening and the expanded inner groove.

At least one of the fastening walls of the fastener is provided on the other side of the hook portion with a reinforcing rib extending to the bottom wall.

Thereby, the outdoor splicing floor of the invention can complete the splicing quickly, and at the same time, the displacement of each slab relative to each pedestal in the horizontal direction or the vertical direction can be avoided, so that the construction can be fast and convenient, and the structure is strengthened. The effect of sex, which in turn increases the safety of pedestrians while walking.

The following is a description of the embodiments of the present invention, and the following detailed description of the embodiments of the present invention, The present invention is provided for the purpose of illustrating the technical contents and features of the present invention. Those having ordinary general knowledge in the field of the present invention, after understanding the technical contents and features of the present invention, do not contradict the present invention. In the spirit of the invention, all modifications, substitutions, or limitations of the components are intended to be within the scope of the invention.

10‧‧‧Outdoor splicing floor

20‧‧‧ board

201‧‧‧ front end

203‧‧‧ Backend

21‧‧‧Chute

211‧‧ ‧ reduced diameter piercing

213‧‧‧ Extended groove

30‧‧‧Base

301‧‧‧ horizontal long axis

303‧‧‧ horizontal short axis

31‧‧‧ top surface

311‧‧‧ Positioning Department

313‧‧‧Upright section

315‧‧‧ horizontal section

33‧‧‧ bottom

331‧‧‧

333‧‧‧Mobile space

35‧‧‧First side wall

351‧‧‧First fastening

353‧‧‧Second Fastener

37‧‧‧Second side wall

371‧‧‧ convex

373‧‧‧ recess

375‧‧‧Drain hole

376‧‧‧ card joint

377‧‧‧Bevel

379‧‧‧ Driven positioning teeth

381‧‧‧Check groove

39‧‧‧through hole

40‧‧‧fasteners

41‧‧‧ bottom wall

411‧‧‧ Identification area

43‧‧‧End wall

431‧‧‧Bevel

433‧‧‧Active positioning of the tooth

45‧‧‧Hook wall

451‧‧‧ reinforcing ribs

47‧‧‧Hook

50‧‧‧Fixed parts

51‧‧‧ countersunk head screws

G‧‧‧ Ground

L‧‧‧ keel

The technical content and features of the present invention will be described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings, wherein: FIG. 1 is a partial perspective view of the first preferred embodiment of the present invention, mainly showing each The relative position of the component after assembly.

Figure 2 is a partial exploded perspective view of the preferred embodiment of the present invention, showing the relative positions of the components.

Figure 3 is a partial cross-sectional view of the preferred embodiment of the present invention, mainly highlighting the technical features of the chute and the positioning portion.

Figure 4 is a perspective view of the fastener of the preferred embodiment of the present invention, mainly highlighting the technical features of the active positioning tooth.

FIG. 5 is a bottom view of the preferred embodiment of the present invention, mainly showing the arrangement relationship between the fastener and each base.

Figure 6 is a partial cross-sectional view of the preferred embodiment of the present invention, mainly showing the relationship between the bases and the fasteners and the bases.

Figure 7 is a partial cross-sectional view of the preferred embodiment of the present invention, mainly showing the fastening of the first and second fastening portions of each base.

Figure 8 is a partial cross-sectional view of the preferred embodiment of the present invention, mainly showing the case where the outdoor splicing floor is locked to the keel.

Figure 9 is a perspective view of a fastener according to a second preferred embodiment of the present invention, mainly highlighting the technical features of the reinforcing rib.

For a detailed description of the structure, features and advantages of the present invention, a preferred embodiment will be described with reference to the following drawings, wherein: FIG. 1 to FIG. 2 are a preferred embodiment of the present invention. The outdoor splicing floor 10 provided includes a plurality of slabs 20, a plurality of pedestals 30, and at least one fastener 40.

In the preferred embodiment, each of the plates 20 is made of wood, such as solid wood flooring, composite wood flooring, etc., and a sliding slot 21 is provided at the bottom of each of the panels 20 .

Each of the bases 30 is plastic injection molded in the preferred embodiment, and the plastic used may be polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), polystyrene (PS), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), Acrylic (PMMA), acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer (ABS), polydecylamine (PA), polyacetal (POM), etc., each of the bases 30 includes a top surface 31, a bottom surface 33, two opposite first side wall surfaces 35 and two opposite second side wall surfaces 37, wherein each of the first side wall surfaces 35 is connected in a horizontally long axial direction 301, and each of the second side wall surfaces The direction of the 37 is a horizontal short axis 303. The top surface 31 has a positioning portion 311. The positioning portion 311 can be disposed in the sliding slot 21 along the horizontal long axis 301. The central portion is provided with a through hole 39 extending through the top surface 31 and the bottom surface 33. Each of the plate bodies 20 is fixed to each of the bases 30 through a through hole 39. The first side wall surface 35 has a first fastening portion 351 and a second fastening portion 353 respectively adjacent to the base 30. The first side wall surface 35 is The first and second fastening portions 351 and 353 are fastened to each other, and each of the second side wall surfaces 37 has a convex portion 371 and a concave portion 373, and each of the convex and concave portions 371 and 373 or each of the convex and concave portions One of the 371, 373 is provided with a plurality of drainage holes 375, and when the second side wall surfaces 37 of the adjacent bases 30 abut against each other by the convex and concave portions 371 and 373, each of the drainage holes 375 will Exposed to each of the plates 20 Therefore, water will not accumulate between the respective plates 20, but will flow below each of the bases 30 through the drain holes 375.

At least one of the fasteners 40 is fastened between the second side wall faces 37 of the adjacent bases 30 to limit displacement of the bases 30 relative to each other in the horizontally long axial direction 301 or the horizontal short axial direction 303.

In order to more clearly disclose the technical features of the present invention, please refer to FIG. 3 to FIG. 7 again, wherein the sliding groove 21 of each of the plates 20 and the positioning portion 311 of each of the bases 30 are in a T-shaped structure. In the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the bottom of each of the plates 20 is provided with two T-shaped chutes 21 disposed in parallel to each of the plates 20, and each of the chutes 21 is formed by the front end of each of the plates 20. The second surface of the pedestal 30 extends through the T-shaped positioning portion 311 of each of the sliding slots 21, and the top surface 31 of each of the pedestals 30 extends toward the respective slats 20, wherein the positioning is performed. The portion 311 may be a continuous structure extending from the horizontal long axis 301, or a segmented structure as shown in FIG. 2, and as described in detail, as shown in FIG. 3, each of the plates 20 has a chute. 21 is a T-shaped accommodating space formed by a reduced diameter opening 211 and a expanded inner groove 213; each positioning portion 311 of the base 30 is composed of a straight standing portion 313 and a horizontal portion 315, and the erecting portion One end of the segment 313 is connected to the top surface 31 of the base 30, and the other end is connected to the horizontal portion 315. The vertical portion 313 and the horizontal portion 315 are respectively located in the reduced diameter opening 211 and the extended inner groove 21 In the third embodiment, the present invention is disposed on each of the positioning portions 311 by the displacement of each of the sliding slots 21 along the horizontally long axial direction 301 of the top surface 31, so that the respective plate bodies 20 can be easily disposed on the respective bases. The seat 30 is not displaceable in the horizontal short axial direction 303 of each of the top surfaces 31 of the base 30 to facilitate the construction and the stability of the reinforcing structure; as shown in Figures 5 and 6, each of the bases 30 The second side wall surface 37 has There is a latching portion 376, and each of the latching portions 376 abuts the convex and concave portions 371 and 373. Each of the latching portions 376 is respectively provided with a slope 377 with a plurality of driven positioning teeth 379, and one of the latching portions 377 A portion 376 extends from the bottom surface 33 of the base 30 to extend the bases 30, and each of the bases 30 and the ground G forms a flow space 333 for drainage. Each of the bases 30 is adjacent to the recessed portion 373, and a hook groove 381 is formed between the end of the recessed portion 373 and the engaging portion 376. As shown in FIG. 4, at least one of the buckles is provided. The member 40 has a bottom wall 41, two end walls 43, a hooking wall 45 and a hook portion 47. The bottom wall 41 is provided with an identification area 411, and the identification area 411 is located at one of the end walls 43 and the hook wall. Each of the end walls 43 extends from the two ends of the bottom wall 41 toward the engaging portion 376 of the base 30, and each of the end walls 43 is respectively provided with a plurality of active positioning teeth 433. The inclined surface 431 of each of the end walls 43 and the inclined surface 377 of each of the engaging portions 376 are in contact with each other, and each of the main and movable positioning tooth portions 433 and 379 is mutually engaged, and the hooking wall 45 is engaged with each other. Provided between each of the end walls 43 and extending from one side of the bottom wall 41 toward the convex and concave portions 371 and 373 of the base 30, and forming the hook portion 47 at the end of the hooking wall 45, The hook portion 47 is hooked in the hook slot 381, and a card slot 49 is defined between the bottom wall 41, each of the end walls 43 and the hook wall 45 for receiving the card of each base 30. In this manner, the susceptors 30 are not separated from each other in the horizontal direction of the top surface 31 of each of the susceptors 30.

In summary, when the constructor performs the installation of the outdoor splicing floor 10 of the present invention, each of the slabs 20 is firstly displaceably disposed in each of the sliding slots 21 along the horizontally long axial direction 301 of the top surface 31. The positioning portion 311 is configured such that each of the plate bodies 20 can be easily disposed on each of the bases 30, and each of the fixing members 50 is utilized. Each of the plates 20 is fixed to each of the bases 30 through the through holes 39 of the bases 30, so that the plates 20 cannot be horizontal or vertical on the top surface 31 of each of the bases 30. The direction is displaced, and then the first and second fastening portions 351 and 353 of the base 30 are fastened to each other, and then at least one of the fasteners 40 is disposed on the identification area 411 of the bottom wall 41 to determine at least one. The fastener 40 is mounted in the direction of the base 30, and at least one of the active positioning teeth 433 of the fastener 40 is embedded in the driven positioning tooth 379 of the base 30. At this time, at least one The hook portion 47 of the fastener 40 is hooked into a hook groove 381 of the base 30, and finally the convex portion 371 of the other base 30 is abutted against the adjacent one of the bases 30. The concave portion 373 is aligned with the driven positioning tooth portion 379 of the other base 30 and is inserted into the other end of the at least one fastener 40 to actively position the tooth portion 433, so that the outdoor stitching of the present invention can be completed. Installation of the floor 10.

In addition, the identification area 411 of the fastener 40 of the present invention has another function. As shown in FIG. 8, the identification area 411 of the fastener 40 is a countersunk hole. When the keel L is placed, the first pedestal 30 is first placed above the keel L, and then at least one of the fasteners 40 is mounted between the first pedestal 30 and the keel L, and a countersunk head is utilized. The screw 51 passes through the counterbore and is locked to the keel L below the fastener 40. Finally, the second base 30 is mounted on the first base 30 and the at least one fastener 40. Therefore, the outdoor splicing floor 10 of the present invention can be quickly and conveniently installed on the keel L stably.

Please refer to FIG. 9 again, which is the fastener 40 of the second preferred embodiment of the present invention. The technical features of the fastener 40 are the same as those of the first preferred embodiment, and therefore will not be described again. The hook wall 45 is at the hook portion 47 The other side is provided with two reinforcing ribs 451 extending parallel to the bottom wall 41. Each of the reinforcing ribs 451 is used to increase the structural strength of the hooking wall 45. However, the number of the reinforcing ribs 451 is not limited thereto. .

In summary, the outdoor splicing floor of the present invention has the following advantages:

The locating portion 311 is disposed on each of the lands 30 along the horizontally long axial direction 301 of the top surface 31, so that the slabs 20 can be easily disposed on each of the pedestals 30. The first short and second fastening portions 351 and 353 of the base 30 are mutually coupled to each other to securely limit each of the bases. a displacement of the horizontally long axis 301 of the top surface 31, and hooking the hook portion 381 of each of the bases 30 with at least one hook portion 47 of the fastener 40, and each of the main and driven positioning teeth 433, 379 are mutually embedded, so that each of the bases 30 is pinned by at least one of the fasteners 40 and cannot be separated in the horizontal direction of the top surface 31 of each of the bases 30, thereby making the construction quick and convenient. The ground is spliced and has a solid outdoor splicing floor structure.

2. The present invention is configured such that each of the plate bodies 20 is fixed to each of the bases 30 through the through holes 39 of the bases 30, so that the respective plate bodies 20 are opposed to the bases. 30 is displaced in the horizontal direction or the vertical direction, and one of the convex and concave portions 371, 373 or each of the convex and concave portions 371, 373 is provided with a plurality of drainage holes 375, and the second of the adjacent bases 30 When the side wall surface 37 abuts against the convex and concave portions 371 and 373, each of the drainage holes 375 will be exposed between the respective plate bodies 20, and water will flow through the drainage holes 375 to the bases 30. Below, without hoarding between the plates 20, and The first engaging portion 376 extends from the bottom surface 33 of the base 30 to extend a base 331 for raising the bases 30 and forming a flow space 333 for each of the bases 30 and the ground G for drainage. It can improve the unevenness and slipperiness of the floor to increase the safety of pedestrians while walking.

The present invention is not limited to the scope of the present invention, and the alternative or variations of other equivalent elements are also covered by the scope of the patent application.

10‧‧‧Outdoor splicing floor

20‧‧‧ board

201‧‧‧ front end

203‧‧‧ Backend

21‧‧‧Chute

30‧‧‧Base

301‧‧‧ horizontal long axis

303‧‧‧ horizontal short axis

31‧‧‧ top surface

311‧‧‧ Positioning Department

33‧‧‧ bottom

35‧‧‧First side wall

351‧‧‧First fastening

353‧‧‧Second Fastener

37‧‧‧Second side wall

371‧‧‧ convex

373‧‧‧ recess

375‧‧‧Drain hole

381‧‧‧Check groove

39‧‧‧through hole

40‧‧‧fasteners

411‧‧‧ Identification area

433‧‧‧Active positioning of the tooth

50‧‧‧Fixed parts

Claims (10)

  1. An outdoor splicing floor comprises: a plurality of plates, a sliding groove is arranged at the bottom; a plurality of pedestals respectively comprise a top surface, a bottom surface, two opposite first side wall surfaces, and two opposite second sides a wall surface and a hook groove, wherein the top mask has a positioning portion, the positioning portion is disposed in the sliding slot, and each of the first side wall surfaces has a first fastening portion and a second fastening portion adjacent to each other. The first side wall surface of each of the bases is fastened to each other by the first and second fastening portions, and each of the second side wall surfaces has a convex portion, a concave portion and a snap portion respectively adjacent to each other. The second side wall surface of the base is embedded with the convex and concave portions, and each of the engaging portions abuts the convex portion and the concave portion and is provided with a sloped surface, the hook groove is adjacent to the concave portion, and is formed at the end of the concave portion and the And at least one fastener is fastened between the second side walls of the adjacent bases, at least one of the fasteners has a bottom wall, two end walls and a hook wall, each end The wall system extends from the two ends of the bottom wall toward the engaging portions of the bases, and is respectively provided with a slope. The inclined surface of the end wall is respectively attached to and positioned with the inclined surface of each of the engaging portions, and the hooking wall is disposed between each of the end walls and faces from the side of the bottom wall toward the convex and concave portions of each of the bases a direction is extended, and a hook portion is formed at an end of the hook wall, the hook portion is hooked in the hook groove, and a bottom joint wall, each of the end walls and the hook wall surround a snap groove. The accommodating portion for accommodating each of the plates.
  2. According to the outdoor splicing floor of the first aspect of the patent application, each of the pedestals is provided with a through hole, and each of the plate systems is fixed to each of the pedestals through a through hole.
  3. According to the outdoor splicing floor of the first aspect of the patent application, at least one of the bottom walls of the fastener is provided with an identification area, and the identification area is located between one of the end walls and the hooking wall.
  4. According to the outdoor splicing floor of claim 3, at least one of the fasteners has a countersunk hole for a screw.
  5. According to the outdoor splicing floor of the first aspect of the patent application, wherein one of the engaging portions of each of the pedestals is provided with two inclined surfaces, at least one of the fastening members of the fastening member is provided with a sloped surface, and the slanting surface of the engaging portion The inclined surface of the end wall of one of the fasteners and the inclined surface of the hooking wall are respectively attached.
  6. According to the outdoor splicing floor of the first aspect of the patent application, the inclined surface of the engaging portion of each of the bases is provided with a plurality of driven positioning teeth, and the inclined surfaces of the two end walls of at least one of the fastening members are provided with a plurality of active positioning teeth. The main and driven positioning tooth portions are in contact with each other.
  7. According to the outdoor splicing floor of the first aspect of the patent application, one of the engaging portions of each of the pedestals has a pad body extending from a bottom surface of the pedestal.
  8. The outdoor splicing floor according to the first aspect of the patent application, wherein one of the convex, concave or each of the shoulders of the pedestal is provided with a plurality of drainage holes.
  9. The outdoor splicing floor according to the first aspect of the patent application, wherein the sliding groove of each of the plates is a T-shaped accommodating space formed by a reduced diameter opening and a expanded inner groove; The first leg portion is connected to the top surface of the base, and the other end is connected to the horizontal portion. The straight leg portion and the horizontal portion are respectively located in the reduced diameter opening and the extended inner groove. Inside.
  10. According to the outdoor splicing floor of the first aspect of the patent application, at least one of the fastening walls of the fastening member is provided with a reinforcing rib extending to the bottom wall on the other side of the hook portion.
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