TW562910B - Shelving - Google Patents

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TW562910B
TW562910B TW090123246A TW90123246A TW562910B TW 562910 B TW562910 B TW 562910B TW 090123246 A TW090123246 A TW 090123246A TW 90123246 A TW90123246 A TW 90123246A TW 562910 B TW562910 B TW 562910B
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Ulrich Bohnacker
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Tegometall Int Ag
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47BTABLES; DESKS; OFFICE FURNITURE; CABINETS; DRAWERS; GENERAL DETAILS OF FURNITURE
    • A47B96/00Details of cabinets, racks or shelf units not covered by a single one of groups A47B43/00 - A47B95/00; General details of furniture
    • A47B96/14Bars, uprights, struts, or like supports, for cabinets, brackets, or the like
    • A47B96/1441Horizontal struts
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47BTABLES; DESKS; OFFICE FURNITURE; CABINETS; DRAWERS; GENERAL DETAILS OF FURNITURE
    • A47B96/00Details of cabinets, racks or shelf units not covered by a single one of groups A47B43/00 - A47B95/00; General details of furniture
    • A47B96/14Bars, uprights, struts, or like supports, for cabinets, brackets, or the like
    • A47B96/145Composite members, i.e. made up of several elements joined together

Abstract

The shelving comprises a structural shelving member having a profile bar 11 made of sheet metal. The profile bar 11 is reinforced by a reinforcement strip 12 over part of the length of the structural shelving member. This part of the structural shelving member can be subjected to higher loads. Since the reinforcement strip 12 does not extend over the entire length of the structural member, the capability to carry higher loads is achieved at relatively low weight. The structural shelving member is e.g. a shelving column 1, wherein reinforcement strips 12 are provided in a lower portion 7 of the column. An upper portion 6 of the column does not comprise a reinforcement strip. Or the structural member can be a transverse shelving crossbar 2, wherein a reinforcement strip is then provided in the centre portion.

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562910 V. Description of the invention (The present invention relates to a structural element used for a shelf (structural shelf element), and is particularly suitable for a column or vertical bar of a steel shelf. General shelves include vertical columns (upright) And horizontal crossbars (connecting rods) and other bars of brackets or other plates or racks that support storage items. Structural elements with different contours have been used for such shelves, crossbars and other rods. Used below The contour refers to the dimension β of the structural element on the cross-sectional area perpendicular to the length of the element. This structural element can be formed by flat rolling metal blades, and the metal foil is formed by rolling (using rollers as continuous (Bending) to form a structural element with a desired contour. It has the same contour over the entire length of the structural element. The structure source formed by rolling the metal foil is disclosed in the case of ερ_α_〇715 974. This patent has been Describe the attempt to idealize the negative gravity of this structural element and the efficiency of the use of materials. For example, DE_A_24 59 421 exposes a pair of τ-shaped contours as a crossbar on a steel shelf This profile includes parallel upper and lower flanges connected by a metal sheet. It is shaped by a single metal sheet, so that the upper and lower flanges include two layers of metal foil, which are pressed relatively lowly The metal sheet is only composed of a single metal layer. The upper and lower flanges of the two metal foils are each formed by folding a single metal sheet. DE_α_24 21 918 shows a similar element with two separate layers inserted in the upper and lower flanges. Metal strips in between to reinforce structural elements. Other structural elements used for shelving and made of single or multiple metal sheets are disclosed in DE_C-26 28 537 and DE-A-30 02 401 The above documents disclose that by using different numbers of metal layers, the Chinese paper standard (〇js) A4 (2i × 297) can be applied to different paper sizes. Order% 4 562910 Α7

V. Description of the invention (2) (Please read the precautions on the back before filling this page)

..................... 1 pack ...: (Please read the precautions on the back before filling this page) Manufacture of contours with the same strength. The difference is that WO / 29138 discloses a method for manufacturing a structural element. It starts with pieces of metal with different thicknesses. The metal sheet is formed by fusing two thinner metal strips to the longitudinal edges of a thicker metal strip. The two thinner strips are then bent to form a U-shaped profile with thinner feet and a thicker metal sheet. The contour is the same over the entire length of the element. DE_c 195 25 347 and WO 99/05380 disclose structural steel το pieces used in vehicle bodies and buildings, on which reinforced plates are welded. The components disclosed in WO99 / 050538 are filled with cement. Order—It is an object of the present invention to provide an inexpensive structural shelf element that uses improved materials and has improved load capacity. It is another object of the present invention to provide a manufacturing method for a structure pick-up element. This object can be accomplished by applying the structural shelf element of the scope of patent application No. 1 and the method of scope of patent application No. 9. In order to improve the structure of the conventional throwing element, the contour must be modified so that the contours of the entire length of the element are the same. However, the present invention assigns different profiles to different positions in the longitudinal direction of the structural shelf member. This takes into account-the different longitudinal parts of the structural lift element. For example,-each of the four injuries of the pick-up post only supports the load on the thrower, so the load is reduced from the bottom to the top. The structural shelf element includes a wheel pole. The different profile cross-sections of the structure stripping elements are achieved by strengthening the profile bar and strengthening the strip along the contour rod or the f-knife of the structure stripping element, not one of the entire length. This also results in effective use of the material. The degree applies to the Chinese National Standard (CNS) A4 regulation 210 × 297 public love ^ ----- 562910 £ V. Description of the invention (3) Reinforced long strips can be formed with the body and the wheel material. Preferably, however, the two are separate pieces of metal material, which are supplied together and connected to each other when the structural lift-off element is manufactured. Although steel_ can usually be disassembled for transportation, and only combined at its final destination to save transportation space, its weight may cause the transportation price to exceed the manufacturing cost. The effective use of materials according to the present invention reduces the weight relative to gravity-loaded pick-up racks, thereby reducing manufacturing and transportation costs. The scope of patent application under the appended claims is a preferred embodiment of the present invention. The scope of the patent application for the dependent items of items 2-4 is a better method of interconnecting reinforced bars and contour bars. An embodiment according to one of the scope of the patent application has the advantage that strengthening the strip does not affect the appearance of the shelf. The scope of applications Nos. 6 to 8 relates to other embodiments of structural elements for shelves, which effectively use materials with high load gravity. The scope of the 9th to 13th patent applications relates to a cost-saving method for manufacturing a structural shelf element according to the present invention. The preferred embodiment of the present invention will be explained with the drawings as follows, wherein: Fig. 1 shows a high-load shelf; Figs. 2 and 3 show schematic diagrams of two different devices for manufacturing structural shelf elements; Figure 4 shows a horizontal bar. The high-load shelf shown in FIG. 1 includes vertical posts 1 interconnected by horizontal and vertical cross bars 2 and horizontal and diagonal support posts K. The shelf 3 and the depth bar 5 are used to store goods resting on the cross bar 2. A foot plate 9 is connected to the paper body of each column J. The paper size is applicable to the Chinese National Standard (CNS) A4 specification (210X297 mm). 6 5. Description of the invention (4) The bottom surface. An engaging plate 10 is welded on each side of each transverse crossbar 2 and has hooks (not shown) of holes (not shown) on the engaging posts 1. Column】, horizontal cross bar 2, support column 4 and depth # stem 5 are shelves of different structures made of steel. The parts of a pick-up post 1 support the load-bearing part thereon. Therefore, the holding load on the column increases from its top to its bottom. This load is a column! Consideration of the contours. Figure 1 also shows the outline of the column 1 with the length of the column in cross section perpendicular to the two positions. Column i includes a contour rod extending over its entire length!! ^ The profile bar is formed by rolling a metal sheet and has the same hollow profile over its entire length. The hollow profile is not completely closed because each column 1 has an elongated hole along its entire length, and the columns face each other along the narrower sides of the shelf. The support post engages the elongated hole 8 and is fixed therein by welding or screws. The contour of the upper part 6 of each column is completely defined by the contour rod n. However, the lower part 7 of the column j includes two reinforcing strips 12 extending along the length of the column and fixed to two opposite inner walls of the contour. Fixing can be done by welding, screws, riveting, nails or other actual or impractical connections. The reinforced strips 12 are erected on the inner walls of the contour rods i i which have vertical walls with elongated holes 8. So ’they strengthen the columns! It will not buckle in the front or back plane of the shelf, that is, in the plane of the crossbar 2. This reinforcement is important because, except for the narrower sides of the shelf, those with no front and rear corners, sub-corner posts, or only few diagonal posts, as they hinder access to the shelf. In addition, the cross bar is usually not very rigidly connected to the column 1, so its ability to support the column 1 becomes limited. 562910 A7-~ ----- B7 ______ V. Outline of Invention (5) " (Please read the precautions on the back before filling this page) In this embodiment, the top 6 of the reinforced strip 12 extends beyond The shelf post length is 4/5, or more, and the lower part 7 with the reinforced strip 12 extends from the foot plate 9 by about 1/5 or less of the shelf post length. In 12m high or higher load shelving, the length of the reinforced strip is as high as about 2.5m. FIG. 2 shows a schematic view of an apparatus for manufacturing the column 1. FIG. Also shown are the contour parts in different stages of the manufacturing process. The device includes an alignment machine 21 having a first metal sheet 23, a coil 22, and two coils'. Only one of the coils 24 is shown in the figure as a metal sheet 25 after being straightened. The alignment machine 21 lowers the metal sheets 23, 25 from the coils 22, 24 to straighten them, and supplies them in parallel in the same direction. The device further includes a connecting and rolling forming device, in which the second metal pieces cut out are respectively connected to the first metal piece 23 by welding or nailing. The first metal sheet 23 is rolled to form the contour of the contour rod 11 before or after the connection is made. The cutting device 27 cuts the first metal sheet 23 into the length of the pillar 1 which is longer than the length of the second metal sheet 25 fixed thereto. The drilling device drills a hole (not shown) in the first metal sheet 23 to be engaged by the cross bar 2 and fixes the support post 4 by screws. Finally, a foot plate 9 (picture 1) is welded to one end of the composite of the first and second metal pieces 23, 25, where the ends of the first and second metal pieces 23, 25 are the same height. In the manufactured column 1, a first metal sheet 23 forms a contoured rod 11 and two elongated second metal sheets 25 form a reinforced strip 12. Figure 3 shows an improved device of the device of Figure 2. The improvement includes two different alignment machines 31, 32, which supply the first metal sheet 23 and the second metal sheet 25 in opposite directions. As shown in the example in Figure 2, the metal sheets 23, 25 are in accordance with the Chinese National Standard (CNS) A4 specification (210X297 mm) 562910 A7 "_ 幻 ____ 5. Description of the invention (6) (Please read first Note on the back, please fill in this page again) Put down and straighten the coils 22, 24. Roll forming and cutting device 33 is used to make the first metal sheet 23 form the contour of the contour rod 11 and cut it into the pillar 1 Length and supply it to the connection device 34. The opposite direction of the connection device is supplied as two parallel second metal strips. These strips are inserted from the front side into the contour rod 11 made of the first metal sheet 23 and connected to the connection 34 is cut to a shorter length than the contour rod 11 to form a reinforced strip 12. The reinforced strip is fixed to the opposite sides of the contour rod 11 by welding or nailing. Because the reinforced strip 12 is shorter than the contour rod One part 7 of the column includes reinforced strips, while the other part 6 does not have reinforced strips. Figure 4 is a side view of the horizontal crossbar 2 when the adapter plate 10 has not been melted to its ends. Also shown Is a cross section along lines AA and BB. Similar to column 1, The rod 2 includes a contour rod 41 and a reinforced strip 42. The contour rod 41 extends along the entire length of the crossbar 2 and shows a rectangular hollow profile with a cross section perpendicular to its longitudinal direction. The hollow profile is not completely closed. That is, The lower part of the profile I bar 41 includes an elongated hole 43. The I reinforced strip 42 is arranged on the bottom inside the profiled bar 41, and the elongated hole 43 is covered there. The reinforced strip 42 is welded to the profiled bar at the elongated hole 43. 41, and support part of the load of the crossbar 2 when in use. The length of the reinforced strip 42 is approximately 1/5 of the length of the loose cup 2. The length is 2/5 of the length of the crossbar 2 and is adjacent to the adjacent end 45 and Does not include any reinforced strip "However, other reinforced strips can be placed on the outermost end of the crossbar | 2 to increase the robustness of its connection with the adapter plate 10 and the column 1. Figure 2 or 3 The device can also be used to manufacture the horizontal crossbar 2, in which only one coil is required to prepare the second metal sheet. This paper size applies to the Chinese National Standard (CNS) A4 specification (210X297 public love) -9-562910 A7 ----- --------- B7__ V. Description of the invention (7) In the above-mentioned embodiment of the column 1 and the transverse crossbar 2, strengthen The strips 12, 42 are made of a sheet material separated from the metal material of the contour rods 11, 41, and the flat surface is fixed to the latter. The first and second metal materials 23, 25 have the same metal composition and thickness, and Only the width is different. However, different materials and / or different thicknesses can also be used. By bending the part of the sheet material of the contour rod to the position of the reinforcing rod, the reinforcing strip can also be manufactured integrally with the contour rod. Other structural elements used in the shelf, such as the support column 4 and the depth rod 5, may have a structure as shown in Fig. 4. Preferably, the contour bar extends over the entire length of the structural shelf element to strengthen the strip 1/20 or 1/10 to 1/5 or 1/2 of the extension structure shelf element or the contour pole. Therefore, since the reinforcing strip does not extend over the entire length, and is provided only at the place where the load is extremely large to achieve high strength at a relatively low weight. The profile bar is hollow except that it includes reinforced strips. The profile bar has a longitudinally elongated hole, i.e. it has an open profile suitable for manufacturing by roll forming. A high-load shelf including a structural shelf element according to the present invention can carry substantially more than 50% of the weight of a conventional shelf having the same height. This paper size applies to China National Standard (CNS) A4 (210X297 mm) (Please read the precautions on the back before filling this page)

10 562910 A7 B7 V. Description of the invention (8) Component number comparison 1 Shelf post 21 Alignment machine 2 Cross bar 22 Coil 3 Shelf 23 Metal sheet 4 Support column 24 Coil 5 Depth bar 25 Metal sheet 6 Above 27 Cut Device 7 Bottom 31 Alignment machine 8 Slim 孑 L 33 Alignment machine 9 Foot plate 34 Connecting device 10 Adapter plate 41 Contour rod 11 Contour rod 42 Reinforced strip 12 Reinforced strip 43 Slim hole (Please read the precautions on the back before filling (This page) This paper is sized for China National Standard (CNS) A4 (210X297 mm) 11

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    No. 090123246 Patent Application Amendment to the Patent Scope Amendment Date: April 1992 1. A structural shelf element comprising: a longitudinal profile rod (11, 41) formed of a first sheet material (23); and A reinforced strip formed of a second sheet material (25), which extends along the contour rods (11, 41) and is erected on the contour rods to strengthen the contour rods. 12, 42) is smaller than the profile rod (U, 41), and it has a portion (7, 44) that bears a higher weight along its length and a portion that bears a lower weight ( 6, 45), wherein the reinforced strip (12, 42) is disposed on the portion (7, 44) that bears a higher weight, and the first and second sheet materials are first and second sheet metal, respectively. For example, the application claims the structural shelf element of the first scope of the patent, wherein the reinforced strip (12, 42) is connected to the contour rod (11, 41) in a substantially fixed manner. 3. The structural shelf element according to item 1 of the patent application scope, wherein the reinforced strip (12 '42) is connected to the contour rod (11, 41) by nails. 4. The structural shelf element according to item 1 of the patent application scope, wherein the reinforced strip (12, 42) is welded to the contour rod (11, 41). 5. The structural shelf element according to item 1 of the patent application scope, wherein the corridor pole (11 41) has a hollow profile, and the reinforced strip (12, 42) is arranged in the hollow profile. 6. A shelf column comprising a structural shelf element as described in item 丨 of the patent application scope, wherein the reinforced strip (12) is provided on a lower portion (7) of the column, but is not standard (CNS) A4 Specifications (210 and ϋϋΐ-a "βψ month γ day correction
    It is placed on the upper part (6), a type of horizontal cross-protection, which includes the structural racks such as Shenyi J 粑 wei 41, and the reinforced strip (42) is placed on the center part, but Not placed on the ®A abutment (45) of the crossbar. 8.- A method for manufacturing a structural throwing element (1'2) as described in any one of claims 1 to 5, including the following steps: providing a first sheet material (23) , = Reinforced strips (12, 42) for the second thin riding material parallel to the first thin reading material, and forming the first sheet material to-the concourse rod (⑴), wherein the long strip (12) The length is made shorter than the contour rod ⑴) and fixed to the contour rod. 9. The method according to item 8 of the patent application scope, wherein the reinforced long bar is first cut to a predetermined length, and then fixed to the first sheet material (23), and then formed into the contour rod (1 1). 1〇. = A method according to item 8 of the patent, wherein the first sheet material (23) first forms the contour rod (2), and then is connected to the reinforced strip (12) that is cut into long strips. U. The method of claim 8 in which the first and second sheet materials are provided in the same direction. 12. The method of claim 9 in which the first and second sheet materials are provided in the same direction. 13. The method of claim 10, wherein the first and second sheets are provided in the same direction. ^ 62910
    14. The method according to claim 8 wherein the first and second sheet materials are supplied in opposite directions. 15. The method of claim 9 in which the first and second sheet materials are supplied in opposite directions. 16. The method of claim 10, wherein the first and second sheet materials are supplied in opposite directions. This paper size applies to China National Standard (CNS) A4 (210X297 mm) 14
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