WO1995003720A2 - Turn-lock system - Google Patents

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WO1995003720A2
WO1995003720A2 PCT/EP1994/002578 EP9402578W WO9503720A2 WO 1995003720 A2 WO1995003720 A2 WO 1995003720A2 EP 9402578 W EP9402578 W EP 9402578W WO 9503720 A2 WO9503720 A2 WO 9503720A2
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Robert Schoch
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Pds Verschlusstechnik Ag
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A42HEADWEAR
    • A42BHATS; HEAD COVERINGS
    • A42B3/00Helmets; Helmet covers ; Other protective head coverings
    • A42B3/04Parts, details or accessories of helmets
    • A42B3/10Linings
    • A42B3/14Suspension devices
    • A42B3/145Size adjustment devices
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41FGARMENT FASTENINGS; SUSPENDERS
    • A41F1/00Fastening devices specially adapted for garments
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A42HEADWEAR
    • A42BHATS; HEAD COVERINGS
    • A42B1/00Hats; Caps; Hoods
    • A42B1/22Hats; Caps; Hoods adjustable in size ; Form-fitting or self adjusting head coverings; Devices for reducing hat size
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43CFASTENINGS OR ATTACHMENTS OF FOOTWEAR; LACES IN GENERAL
    • A43C11/00Other fastenings specially adapted for shoes
    • A43C11/16Fastenings secured by wire, bolts, or the like
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43CFASTENINGS OR ATTACHMENTS OF FOOTWEAR; LACES IN GENERAL
    • A43C11/00Other fastenings specially adapted for shoes
    • A43C11/16Fastenings secured by wire, bolts, or the like
    • A43C11/165Fastenings secured by wire, bolts, or the like characterised by a spool, reel or pulley for winding up cables, laces or straps by rotation

Abstract

The invention relates to a turn-lock system for the releasable adjustment and alteration of the effective length of at least one clamping element (3) and comprises a turn-lock (1) with a drivable pulley (5) for winding and unwinding at least one traction cord (7), and a lock support (2). A relatively simple and space-saving arrangement for using this turn-lock system in a wide variety of articles of daily use is achieved by providing the lock support with at least one strip-shaped extension (2b) which is provided with a longitudinal guide section (8) at least for the cord (7), while the outer extremity (7a) of the cord is connected to a slider (10) which can be displaced in the direction of movement (9) of the clamping element (3) and is itself connected to the latter.

Description

Drehverschlußanordnunq

The invention relates to a rotary closure assembly for removably setting and changing of the effective length of at least one clamping element, in accordance with the Ober¬ clause of claim 1.

Rotary closure arrangements of the aforesaid type have been disclosed in connection with screw caps, which are used for different sports shoe designs. A rotary shutter is known for example from EP-A-412 290th Thereby, the closing flaps of a sports shoe can be drawn together or released by a pull rope wrapped on a rotatably mounted in a lock housing sheave aufge¬ or unwound again from there. Thus, in these known types of application of the Drehverschlus¬ ses an associated sports shoe to the foot of Benut¬ decomp can be adjusted, a precise adjustment of the rotary closure is provided in that in the region between a to a rotary actuator shaft einwirken¬ the rotary handle and the pulley, a releasable locking is ¬ ratchet device available. Moreover, in the transmission connection between the actuating shaft and the sheave, a clutch in case of need for a rapid release of the traction cable and hence for a quick loosening of the closure provides. In the Drehantriebs¬ connection between rotational operation shaft and be Seilschei¬ is also preferably a planetary gear arranged reasonable.

The invention has the object of providing a Dreh¬ closure assembly according to the preamble of claim 1 such that at relatively simple and space saving formation of particularly favorable conditions are created, this Drehver¬ circuit arrangement on the use of shoes addition, even when a plurality of different to use other commodities.

This object is according to the invention by the sign in Kenn¬ of claim 1 stated features (preferred wise in combination of these features) dissolved. Advantageous modifications and embodiments of the invention are subject of the subclaims.

In this invention Rotary closure arrangement of the bolt carrier rial made from a sheet-like, semi-rigid, abbiegbarem Mate for the rotary shutter having at least one strip-shaped extension is seen ver¬ which has a longitudinal guide section which is formed at least ausge¬ for guiding the associated traction cable. The outer end of the wound and unwound traction cable is connected to one of the tensioning elements in Verεtellrichtung movably guided slide, which is also connected to a free end of the clamping element in conjunction. In this way, extremely gün¬ Stige conditions are created that above all that can be formed and established between the actual rotational closure and the nigstens we¬ a clamping element acting parts or elements Ele¬ relatively simple and space-saving and that as a result the Erfin dung contemporary rotary closure arrangement can be used very versatile in total at very different commodities to stands in these Gebrauchsgegen¬ the when using them or operating handy lengths and circumferential lengths erforder¬ very sensitive and at all times be able to set changeable and removable.

In contrast to the above-initially known exemplary and their use only in shoes and sports shoes, the inventive arrangement can Drehverschlußan¬ dung pieces because of their education beyond most versatile example, at Oberbeklei¬ such. shoes as pants, skirts, jackets, towels, especially sports gloves, as well as in

Additional parts for garments, such as belts, and also in headgear, such as caps (insbeson particular baseball caps or other), Reiter caps, helmets find (for example, bicycle helmets, climbing helmets, work helmets or the like.), And moreover also with a variety of other objects using in which parts are to be mutually clamped or closed relative.

The invention will be described in greater detail with reference to some of illustrated in the drawing embodiments. show in this drawing

Fig.l is a view of a first embodiment of the rotary closure assembly according to the invention;

2 is a side view of the closure assembly, such as according to arrow II in Fig.l;

3 is a cross-sectional view taken along the Schnittli¬ never III-III in Fig.l;

4 is a view of a second embodiment of the rotary closure assembly; 5 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line VV in Figure 4;

6 is a cross-sectional view (cut similar to Figure 5) for explaining another embodiment of the invention;

7 is a schematic view (according to the representation of the Fig.l) for explaining a

Embodiment, are removably connected to the slider and the tensioning element;

8 is a simplified plan view of a portion of Figure 7 (see arrow VIII in Figure 7.);

9 is a z. T. is broken-out perspective view of a baseball cap, wherein the erfindungs¬ contemporary rotation lock arrangement used and subsequently fitted;

10 is a bottom view of a helmet having mounted therein rotary closure assembly according to this invention;

11 is a side view of the protective helmet with modifi¬ ed headband;

12 shows a simplified view of the screw top assembly at a training for the

Use on a waist or the like.

A first embodiment of the rotary closure assembly according to the invention is based on the Fig.l to 3 ER explained. Thereafter, the rotation lock assembly which is especially easy to recognize as a whole in Fig.l, as main parts includes a rotation lock 1, a this rotation lock bearing bolt carrier 2 and a clamping member 3 which in its effective length in relation to the rotational closure 1 and the sealing substrate 2 can be set lös¬ Barer way and changed.

The rotary shutter 1 itself can basically be carried out in a conventional manner, especially in ei¬ ner relatively flat design and constructive tion in a Kon¬ such. Example from the above-mentioned EP-A-0412290, and particularly from the constructive embodiments in accordance with Figure 4 is known to. 7 Accordingly, this twist lock 1 which includes an Verschlußge¬ housing 4, in which an only indicated by dashed lines Seil¬ disc 5 is rotatably mounted and picked by a Dreh¬ can be driven in such a way 6 in that a traction cable 7 or a similar rope-like another tension member on can be the pulley wound 5 and unwound again from this pulley 5, according to the requirements, if the clamping element 3 extended in its effective length or shortened wer¬ the target, as is known per se.

The rotary closure 1 is preferably relatively flat and executed to save space (see. Figure 2), can be installed so that it stands in the most favorable manner to very different Gegen¬ without it obstructs the eigent- Liehe use of this article. rell Gene¬ however, an embodiment of a sufficiently stable and impact-resistant plastic is Trains t bevor¬ 6 may be hergstellt this twist lock 1 of any suitable material, at least the housing 4 and the rotary handle.

The rotary fastener 1 is picked up and supported by the shutter support. 2 For this purpose, it is sufficient are generally employed when this bolt carrier is made of a relatively thin, sheet-like, semi-rigid material 2, but which is bendable at least in its longitudinal extension so that it can be adapted easily any bends or other forms of this rotary closure assembly be receiving object. Be¬ Sonders simply can this closure carrier 2 may be made from a suitable plastic, namely respectively of a sufficiently thick sheet material or from a sufficiently thin plate material from which the Flä¬ chenform (see FIG. Fig.l) cut out of this shutter arm 2 in a simple manner can be stamped out..

The shutter carrier 2 preferably has a peripheral wall 4a of the lock housing 4 is preferably about a flange surrounding receiving part 2a, and - according to the illustrated with solid lines embodiment - at least one extension 2b which an¬ follows directly integrally formed on the receiving part 2a. Basically, in this case the housing can Verschlußge¬ 4 and the bolt carrier 2 produced as separate parts and be fixedly connected with each other. Ande hand, there is also generally the ability of this closure body and the closure carrier ein¬ lumpy form, and this can preferably hen gesche¬ by Her¬ position of a corresponding plastic part. This bolt carrier 2 has a the plan view of the twist lock 1 and of the closure housing 4 adapted receiving part 2a and at least one located 2a extending away from this receiving part, strip-shaped extension 2b (solid lines in Fig.l) connected in this embodiment is provided with a longitudinal guide portion. 8

This extension 2b of the bolt carrier 2 is in the longitudinal direction (double arrow 9) of this extension adjustable slide 10 is associated, engaged with the longitudinal guide portion 8 in sliding engagement. Further, this slide is the connected to the free end 3a of the clamping element 3 in a suitable manner to a 10 to the outer end 7a of the pull rope 7 wound and unwound and for turning.

Depending on the desired adaptation and use of this rotary closure arrangement, the clamping element can be designed in of corresponding and matched manner. 3 Thus it may be prepared, for example in the form of a relatively thin, flat clamping band or tensioning belt which respectively but which is bendable in its longitudinal direction, designed to be relatively rigid in the transverse direction sei¬ ner. According to another possibility, this tensioning element 3 can be designed approximately in the form of a generally flexible Gurt¬ band.

Especially when the tension element 3 is in accordance with the first mentioned possibility in the form of a rela¬ tively thin, flat clamping belt or belt webbing herge¬ is, it may be formed generally in the form of a relatively thin KunststoffStrei¬ fens or leather strip in a particularly advantageous manner , Also, the slider 10 may be made of any suitable material, said relatively slidable Kunst¬ is material Particular preference from manufacturing and cost reasons. This slide 10 may in principle be made as a separate part; However, it is also possible to form lumps ein¬ with the free end of the tension member 3 auszu¬ the slide, in particular when this clamping element is made from a strip of cloth substantially similar Kunst¬.

When the slider is made short-circuit arrangement as a separate part of the Drehver¬ 10, as measured in Example overall the Fig.l is believed to 3, then it will be generally convenient to connect the tension element 3 is approximately planar with the slider 10, namely to stick vor¬ preferably to weld, to sew, to rivet or similar.

In this first embodiment (Fig.l to 3) 8, the longitudinal guide portion of the Verschlußträger- extension 2b is a long hole 11 that sits loading two mutually parallel longitudinal guiding edges 11a and 11b. The slider manufactured as a separate component

10 is provided on at least a part of its length with a cross-section (see. Figure 3) is approximately H-shaped or dop¬ pel T-shaped guide portion 10a is engaged with the elongated hole 11 in sliding guide. In this case, grippers fen the longitudinal guide edges 11a, 11b of this long hole

11 of the slider guide portion 10 a, as illustrated in Figure 3 in the opposed recesses of the H-shaped cross-section. For setting and changing the effective length of the tensioning element 3, ie, when this 9 (Fig.l) to be moved together with the slider 10 in the adjustment direction of the double arrow, the pulley is rotated by the rotation of handle 6 in the direction of the double arrow 12. 5 The slider 10 can then move upward or Ab¬ the pull rope 7 over the entire length of the Lang¬ wrap hole 11 are moved, wherein the two ends of this long hole 11 in a sense form the boundary stops for the displacement of the slider 10 in the one or other direction, ,

In the example illustrated with reference to Figures 4 and 5 zwei¬ th embodiment of the rotary closure assembly consideration the difference from the first Example (Fig.l to 3), especially in the design of the slider and of the longitudinal guide portion on the closure carrier Verlän¬ delay is. For this reason, all about the first Ausfüh¬ similar parts or elements, for example approximately the same reference numerals with the addition of a line drawn, so that a renewed detailed description largely superfluous for these parts or elements.

In this case (Figures 4 and 5), the Längsführungs¬ portion 8 'of the bolt carrier extension 2b' two mutually parallel outer Längsführungs¬ edges 13, 14 as well as at the two ends of the longitudinal guiding edges 13, 14 provided end stops 15, 16 , the 'be¬ limits the setting length of the tension member. 3 As can be seen from the illustration in Figure 4, the longitudinal guide portion 8 may 'this Beispie¬ les easily located at the outer edges of the bolt carrier extension 2b approximately parallel by two' upstream taken recesses or notches may be formed, on the one are determined by the Längsfuhrungskante 13 with the associated end stops 15, 16 and on the other by the longitudinal guide edge 14 with the associated end stops 15, 16th

In the adjusting direction (double arrow 9 ') movable slide 17 has, here again at least a portion of its length, a guide portion, which, however, into diesel sem case - as 5 shows - has the cross-section of a U with inwardly bent leg ends 17a auf¬ , With this guide part of the slide 17 engages the longitudinal guide portion 8 'of the extension 2b' un¬ ter producing a Gleitführungseingriffes.

The slider 17 is connected also in this case on the one hand with the outer end 7 'of the pull cable 7' and on the other hand to the free end 3a 'of the strip or belt-like clamping element 3'.

In particular rungs- and less highly stressed execution modes of use of the rotary locking arrangement, the slider 18 according to the reference to Fig.6 veranschau¬ clear further embodiment also particularly simple to be implemented in the form of a substantially flat Plätt¬ Chen or a flat disc, which at an outer surface of the substantially undeformed ge tempered bolt carrier extension 2b "entlangglei¬ tet, said outer side so that then a lateral guidance surface and in this case the associated longitudinal guide portion 8" forms. It will also be convenient to use an outer auxiliary guide the slider 18 against said Seitenführungs¬ surface or the longitudinal guide portion holds 8 "of the comparison circuit carrier extension 2b" in sliding engagement. Such an outer auxiliary guide could be formed ge for example, by a simple fabric or strip of material which is present on the object in any case in which the rotation lock arrangement used wer¬ to the. According to example of Figure 6, it is assumed that this outer auxiliary guide is formed by a tubular receiving portion 19, then in the side of the slider 18 and the comparison circuit carrier extension is accommodated 2b "at least in a suitable manner.

Referring again to the first embodiment of the rotary closure arrangement described above, in particular in Fig.l, there is shown a diverse choice of meaningful modification of this Drehverschlußanord¬ voltage indicated in phantom. Thereafter, the Ver¬ circuit may be configured carrier 2 if required with a second extension 2 ^. The two stanchions Verlänge¬ 2b and 2b 1 are largely identical, but mirror images of each other and lengthening one another on approximately opposite sides of the peripheral wall 4a of the lock housing 4 in Ver¬ preferably rectilinear. In this case then has any extension 2b 2ϊ> ^ - a longitudinal guide portion 8, and each of these two longitudinal guide portions 8 for the longitudinal guidance of at least the associated Zugsei¬ les 7 is provided, said tension cables being guided reliably in accordance with Fig.l on the associated slide 10th

The just-described modification of the exemplary embodiment of Fig.l game lends itself especially for those An¬ use cases of where the by the length of the elongated hole 11 limited adjustment is considered accordingly as non ausrei¬ or where it is desirable to provide a provide relatively long adjustment. Due to the design and arrangement of the second extension Verschlußträger- 2b 1, that is by the application of two closure carrier extensions thus a double length regulating distance for adjusting and changing the wirk¬ seed length of the corresponding clamping element and the corresponding clamping elements can be provided.

It is understood that in the other execution of the bolt carrier extension form a term extension on both ends, ie two extensions on Ver¬ are circuit carrier possible.

will be explained using the simplified representations in Figures 7 and 8 (reference to the first embodiment according to Fig.l to 3) that, in case of need also the possibility that the slider 10 and the associated end 3a can be made, one in clamping element 3 may be connected to each bar completely separable or separable. Thus, the twist lock 1, the shutter carrier 2 with its extension 2b and largely also the slider 10 and the clamping element can be designed approximately in the same manner 3, as has been previously described with reference to various examples, single in the 7 and 8 ¬ Lich simplicity is selected trained in accordance with Fig.l to third As can be seen in this simplified illustration, a hook portion 23 is formed or attached separately, the ein¬ engages in a slot-, eyelet or pocket-shaped receiving part 10b of the slider 10 at the free end 3a of the tension member. 3 Instead of this separable hook connection, other suitable separable Verbin¬ are selbst¬ course training opportunities conceivable such as a push-button connection, a Velcro closure, a simple Button buttonhole compound or the like. In any case, this can cause in a highly advantageous manner, the Mög¬ can friendliness be created to provide a meaningful separability between otherwise cooperating parts of Dreh¬ closure assembly as bei¬ in practice, for example when using on a belt for a garment, on a pure clamp closure playing manner for a container closure or the like. be appropriate ,

As already mentioned above, the rotary latch assembly according to the invention can be extremely viel¬ used other. In addition to the already known possible use in different shoes this rotary closure arrangement provides due to its easy and as well as cost- and spatial and space-saving Anpas¬ sungsmöglichkeit for a number of other Gegenstän¬ the on in which a releasable setting and changing the effective length of at least a tensioning element or tensioning belt is needed. To this end were below some particularly favorable uses explained with reference to other drawings, without limiting the scope of this arrangement Drehverschlu߬ is limited.

In Figure 9, an application example of the erfindungsgemä¬ SEN rotation lock arrangement is anschaulicht ver¬ at a head cover, that this rotary closure assembly is adapted to the diagram of Figure 9 in a cap 20 and mounted, which is for example a so-called baseball cap, or else can act an equestrian cap. In this application example of simplicity, it is assumed sake that the rotary shutter array used there according to the first exemplary embodiment play (Fig.l to 3) with only one bolt carrier-Ver¬ prolongation 2b is performed and thus the actual rotating shutter 1, the shutter carrier 2 with it contains ange¬ brachtem shifter 10 and band-shaped tension member. 3 Here, the bolt carrier 2 is adapted to the circumference or the curvature of the lower cap edge, it being possible for the bolt carrier extension 2b, and the tensioning element 3 directly on the inner lower cap edge aligned in the circumferential direction and consolidates suitably be¬. By a corresponding rotational adjustment of the twist lock 1 of the slider can then be 10 in the direction of the double arrow 9, and thus displaced in the peripheral direction of the cap edge, thereby adjusting the effective length of the tightening element 3 in the desired manner or changed and thereby the peripheral length of the cap 20 for adapted to the respective user can wer¬ the.

In this application, the rotating shutter arrangement, at least the bolt carrier extension 2b and at least one longitudinal section to the designed as a clamping band resulted in the clamping element 3 by a anyway on the inner bottom of the cap 20 provided headband (hatband or sweatband) covered or - if letz¬ teres in is designed tubular form - it will aufgenom- men. Further, in this case, the receiving portion 2a of the bolt carrier 2 with the rotation lock 1 - entspre¬ accordingly Figure 9 - in such a way in a side wall of Kopfbe¬ cover or cap 20 may be arranged such that the Dreh¬ handle 6 of the twist lock 1 from the outside to free - is accessible, so that, therefore, the rotating handle 6 beispiels¬, laterally next to or placed behind the visor 20 and therefore particularly well with the hand er¬ reichbar is.

Similarly, as previously been based Fig.9 beschrie¬ Ben, the invention can Drehver¬ circuit arrangement but also particularly good at Schutzhel¬ find men using such. As in bicycle helmets, hockey helmets, climbing helmets, industrial safety helmets and the like. More. Especially in these applications of protective helmets, it is very common that a helmet is worn by different people and therefore must be readjusted each to a different head size usually so proper support and protection function can be guaranteed.

In Figure 10 an embodiment of a helmet constructed as Schutz¬ 21 headgear from the lower side is illustrated. Also in this case, the Ein¬ was sake of simplicity again assumed that the Drehver¬ circuit arrangement according to the example of Fig.l is guided aus¬ to 3 and, accordingly, the actual Dreh¬ closure 1 with handle 6, the pull rope 7, the comparison circuit carrier 2, and a band-like clamping element 3 comprises, as essential parts. At the lower inner peripheral edge of the protective helmet 21 is in a conventional manner - ähn¬ Lich as in the embodiment of Figure 9 - a type of headband provided 21a in such a way that it by means of the rotation lock arrangement in its circumferential length, and thus reduced in head width or can be increased. For this purpose, the free end 3a of the tension element 3 is connected to the slider 10 while the other end 3b of the clamping element 3 is fixed to a free end of Kopfbandeε 21a. The opposite end portion of the head band 21a can then - as described with reference to Fig.9 - cover at least the bolt carrier extension, the slider 10 and the free end 3a of the tension member 3, while the rotation lock 1 by means of the bolt carrier 2 wie¬ derum in a side wall the protective helmet 21 that the rotary handle 6 of this rotary closure 1 is freely accessible from the outside, and thus the helmet 21 during wear is befe¬ Stigt, quickly and easily - relaxed or in its seat on the head of a user be tightened - in accordance with the respective requirements can be. The internal connection between the headband 21 and the inside of the protective helmet 21 may be carried out, as is known per se with the aid of a provided within the helmet crown cruciate ligament 21b or the like using a plurality of fastening points 21c. This cross belt 21b can be taken in substantially as a unit together with the head band 21a and mounted in the unit in the helm.

As shown in the bottom view in accordance with Figure 10 and in the view according to Seiten¬ is 21 to detect Figure 11 of the helmet, the headband 21a is expedient in his occipital portion 21a 'in adaptation to the width erforderli¬ che head be adjustable in length. According to the Dar¬ position in Figure 11, this protection helmet 21 may also be modified in such a way also that the rear head portion 21a 'of the head strap - as indicated by arrow 21a "- is downwardly pivotable, namely so far that the head of a helmet user can be from the Hinterkopfab¬ section 21a 'of the head band 21 approximately in the transition region of the back of the head to the neck comprises. If the user has the protective helmet 21 placed in this manner on the head, then he can by a entspre¬ and fair turning the handle 6 the headband 21a very sensitive and tighten or tense exactly at the head, at which time the downwardly pivoted Hinterkopfab- section 21a 'of the head strap 21a ensures that the helmet is sufficiently firmly and securely retained on the head of Be¬ user. A with known Schutzhelmaus¬ guides so far as absolutely deemed necessary chinstrap, by this invention modifica- tion of the headband in connection with Dre hver¬ then circuit arrangement even omitted, which further increases the wearing comfort of such a protective helmet in many cases.

As has been further mentioned briefly above, the rotary latch assembly according to the invention but can also in clothing, preferably breakfast Oberbekleidungs¬ and their attachments - with a corresponding adjustment An¬ their education - be used. Note that such a embodiment will be explained below with reference to the highly schematic representation in Figure 12.

In the embodiment according to Figure 12 is angenom¬ men in that the rotary closure assembly is used in a pocket or waistband, in particular in sports shorts or skirts, sports shorts. Thereof in Fig.12 for simplicity only to recognize the associated Rock¬ or waistband in the form of a knitting only punctured ange¬ indicated Schnürbundes 24th It is angenom- men that this drawstring 24 about tubular - is made - as is generally known. Instead of a üb¬ union rubber band or a conventional cord are in these drawstring 24, two on each part of the draw string-circumference extending sufficiently broad fabric belts 25, fed 26 having first ends 25a, 26a face each other with a sufficient distance and fixed to the drawstring are connected. The respective opposite second ends 25b and 26b of these examples the fabric belts 25, 26 are fixed each with a slide 10 in this case, said on each slide 10 is also still attached to each one outer end 27a of an associated pull rope 27, in turn, to Drehver¬ circuit 1 '' of the rotary shutter array used here, that is, in this embodiment, the Drehver¬ the twist lock 1 is short-circuit arrangement " 'with two ein¬ other oppositely acting tension cables hen verse¬ 27th This embodiment of the rotary closure arrangement accordingly has a closure support 2 " ', two mirror-images of each other lying on approximately diametrically gegen¬ sides of the closure housing 4 angeordne¬ th extensions 2"' b and 2 " 'b 1, the (each with ge suitable longitudinal guide portions 8 "dashed" lines) for the associated traction cable 27 may be provided. The of any suitable material (eg cotton, plastic or the like.) Prepared fabric tapes 25, 26 form in this case the clamping elements, the shortened due to the vorgese¬ here Henen two traction cables 27 extended or in its effective length over a relatively large amount can be. In practical application, this therefore that a in the manner described above (Figure 12) are equipped with the inventive rotary closure assembly drawstring 24 through a corresponding adjustment of the twist lock 1 ' "very rapidly and also very sensitive but adjusted in its waist means can.

Claims

claims
1. Rotary closure assembly for removably setting and changing of the effective length of at least one
Clamping element (3), containing
a) a rotary lock (1) having a circuit housing in a Ver¬ (4) mounted rotatably (by means of a rotary handle 6) drivable sheave (5) for winding and unwinding of at least one Zugsei¬ les (7)
b) a closure member (2) for receiving and Hal- tern of the rotary closure (1),
characterized by the following features:
c) the Ver¬ made of a substantially flat, semi-rigid, bendable material circuit carrier (2, 2 ", 2" ') is closing the housing with at least ei¬ ner (from the region of the peripheral wall 4a) of the method (4, 4 " ') outgoing strip-shaped extension (2b, 2b', 2b 'provided, 2b lf 2"' b 1) having a longitudinal guide portion (8,
8 ', 8 ", 8"') at least for the traction cable (7, 7 ', 27);
d) the outer end (7a, 27a) of the up and unwinding the traction cable cash (7, 7 ', 27) is provided with an in
Adjustment direction (9, 9 ') of the clamping element (3, 3', 25, 26) movably guided slide (10, 17, 18), further having a free end (3a, 3a ', 25b, 26b) of the clamping element in connection is.
2. Rotary closure arrangement according to claim 1, characterized denotes ge, that the clamping element (3) is made approximately in the form of a relatively thin, flat clamping belt or tightening strap, but which is bendable in its longitudinal direction, designed to be relatively rigid in its transverse direction.
3. Rotary closure arrangement according to claim 2, characterized denotes ge that the clamping element is designed in the form of a re¬ tively thin plastic strip or leather strip.
4. Rotary closure arrangement according to claim 2, characterized denotes ge that the clamping element is integrally formed at its one end to the slide (18) is formed.
5. Rotary closure arrangement according to claim 1, characterized denotes ge, that the clamping element (3) connected to the slider surface (10), preferably adhesively bonded, welded, sewn or riveted.
6. Drehverschlußanaordnung according to claim 1, characterized denotes ge, that the clamping element (25, 26) is in the form of a flexible belt.
7. Rotary closure assembly according to claim 1, characterized ge featuring that the slide (10) is detachably connected with the clamping element (3) (Figures 7 and 8).
8. Rotary closure assembly according to claim 1, characterized denotes ge that the closure member (2, 2 ') has a peripheral wall (4a) of the closure housing (4) about a flange surrounding receiving part (2a) to which the (each) extension (2b , 2b 1 followed) in one piece.
9. Rotary closure assembly according to claim 8, characterized denotes ge that the closure housing (4) and the closure member (2) manufactured as separate parts and are fixedly connected to each other.
10. Rotary closure assembly according to claim 8, characterized denotes ge that the closure housing (4) and the closure member (2) integrally formed preferred wise as a plastic part are made.
11. Rotary closure assembly according to claim 1, characterized denotes ge, that the slide (10, 17, 18) to the longitudinal guide portion (8, 8 ', 8 ") of the (each) Ver¬ circuit carrier extension (2b, 2b', 2b "2b 1) is in sliding engagement with the outer end (7a, 7a ') of the traction cable (7, 7') on the slider along die¬ sem longitudinal guide portion is guided.
12. Rotary closure assembly according to claim 11, characterized denotes ge that the longitudinal guide portion (8) (11a, 11b) of said bolt carrier extension (2b) an elongated hole (11) with mutually parallel Längsführungsrän- the and that the slide (10) a cross-sectionally approximately H-shaped guide portion (10a) is located be¬ on at least a part of its length which communicates with the slot in sliding guide, wherein the longitudinal guiding edges of this long-lo- ches in the recesses of the H-shaped cross section of the slide guide member (10a) engage.
13. Rotary closure assembly according to claim 11, characterized denotes Ge, that the longitudinal guide portion (8 ') of the bolt carrier extension (2b') comprises two mutually parallel outer longitudinal guide edges (13, 14) and edges on both ends of this Längsführungs¬ provided end stops (15 , 16) for limiting, the setting length of the tension member (3 ') auf¬ and that the slide (17) has a guide portion on at least part of its length has the cross-section of a U (with inwardly bent leg ends 17a) and the the longitudinal guide portion (8 ') of the closure carrier Ver¬ prolongation (2b) to produce a sliding guide encompasses approximately procedure.
14. Rotary closure assembly according to claim 11, characterized denotes Ge, that the essentially designed in the form of a flat plate slide (18) using an outer auxiliary guide (19) against a side guide surface (8 ") of Verschlußträger- extension (2b") in slidably held.
15. Rotary closure assembly according to claim 14, characterized denotes ge that the outer auxiliary guide is formed by a tube-shaped receiving part (19) at least for the bolt carrier extension (2b ").
16. Drehverschlußanbordnung according to claim 1, characterized by gekenn¬ adapt and use of clothes, preferably outer clothing and the additional parts.
17. Rotary closure assembly according to claim 16, characterized denotes Ge, that it at a draw string (24) of a
is introduced outerwear piece or ange¬ on a belt.
18. Rotary closure assembly according to claim 1, characterized indicates overall that the closure member (2, 2 " ') has two
Extensions (2b, 2b 1; 2 " 'b, 2' '^), which mirror one another ses to about gegenüberliegen¬ the sides of the peripheral wall (4a) of the Verschlußgehäu¬ (4, 4"') are arranged, and each extension a longitudinal guide portion (8, 8 " ') has, one of which is provided each for the longitudinal guidance of at least the gene zugehöri¬ traction cable (7, 27).
19. Rotary closure assembly according to claim 1, gekennzeich- net by adaptation and attachment to a
Headgear (20, 21) wherein at least the Ver¬ circuit carrier extension (2b) and at least one longitudinal section of the tensioning element (3) covered by a provided in the region of the inner lower edge of the headgear headband or therein are aufgenom¬ men and wherein the receiving part (2a) of the method circuit carrier (2) with the rotary closure (1) in such a manner in a side wall of the headgear (20, 21) is arranged ange¬ in that the rotary handle (6) is freely accessible this screw top circuit from the outside.
20. Rotary closure assembly according to claim 19, wherein in one embodiment of the headgear in the form of a protective helmet (21), the headgear (21a) is connected to an in¬ nerhalb the helmet crown provided cruciate ligament, or the like, characterized in that the free end (3a) of the clamping element (3) with the slide (10) and the opposite end (3b) of this tension member is connected to a free end of the Kopf¬ ribbon (21a).
21. Rotary closure assembly according to claim 20, characterized indicates overall that the head band (21a) in its terkopfabschnitt Hin¬ (21a ') wide in adaptation to the Kopf¬ is adjustable in length and ver¬ downwardly is designed to swivel.
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