WO2005061220A1 - Composite glass pane - Google Patents

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WO2005061220A1
WO2005061220A1 PCT/AT2004/000448 AT2004000448W WO2005061220A1 WO 2005061220 A1 WO2005061220 A1 WO 2005061220A1 AT 2004000448 W AT2004000448 W AT 2004000448W WO 2005061220 A1 WO2005061220 A1 WO 2005061220A1
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laminated glass
glass pane
fastening
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Jürgen Neugebauer
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    • E04F13/14Coverings or linings, e.g. for walls or ceilings composed of covering or lining elements; Sub-structures therefor; Fastening means therefor composed of a plurality of similar covering or lining elements stone or stone-like materials, e.g. ceramics concrete; of glass or with an outer layer of stone or stone-like materials or glass
    • E04F13/145Coverings or linings, e.g. for walls or ceilings composed of covering or lining elements; Sub-structures therefor; Fastening means therefor composed of a plurality of similar covering or lining elements stone or stone-like materials, e.g. ceramics concrete; of glass or with an outer layer of stone or stone-like materials or glass with an outer layer of glass
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
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Abstract

The invention relates to a composite glass pane (7), formed from at least two glass sheets (8) and an intermediate layer, arranged between both glass sheets (8), made from one, two, or more films (9), whereby, at least in given positions on the surface of the composite glass pane (7), a support layer (11) is introduced between the glass sheets (8). Said support layer (11) extends over at least a partial region of a boundary region (10) of the surface of the composite glass pane (7), by means of which the composite glass pane (7) may be fixed to a support piece (1) of a construction and projects over the edge (12) of the composite glass pane (7), at least over a part region of said boundary region (10) and a fixing device (13), for connecting the support layer (11) to the support piece (1), may be mounted on the support layer, projecting beyond the edge (12) of the composite glass pane (7). A high residual load bearing capacity, even with widely spaced support points, or rests, with low stressing of the support layer (11), may be achieved, whereby the fixing devices (13) of adjacent composite glass panes (7) may be connected to each other and to the support piece (1) of the construction with abutting arrangement of each of the planar support layers (11) and without overlapping the support layers (11).

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The invention relates to a laminated glass pane, preferably

Laminated safety glass pane, formed from at least two glass panes, preferably safety glass panes, and an intermediate layer made of one, two or more foils arranged between the two glass panes, a base layer being incorporated between the glass panes at least at predetermined locations on the surface of the laminated glass pane.

The invention relates in particular to a laminated glass pane, preferably a laminated safety glass pane, formed from at least two glass panes, preferably safety glass panes, and an intermediate layer made of one, two or more foils arranged between the two glass panes, with a support layer between the glass panes at least at predetermined locations on the surface of the laminated glass pane is incorporated, the base layer extending over at least a partial area of an edge area of the surface of the laminated glass pane, with which the laminated glass pane can be fastened to a supporting part of a building, and projecting over at least a partial area of this marginal area beyond the edge of the laminated glass pane, and wherein on the the fastening layer projecting from the edge of the laminated glass pane, a fastening device for connecting the supporting layer to the supporting part can be attached, furthermore the supporting layer at least with a part of it over the V Erbundglasplatte extending area is firmly connected to the fastening device.

Laminated glass panes have a base layer which serves to increase the residual load-bearing capacity and extends over the entire surface of the laminated glass pane. In this case, PVB films or cast resin layers adjoining these are provided between two glass panes, and a fiber mat is provided between them. This fiber mat serves as a base layer and represents a reinforcement that guarantees a certain residual load-bearing capacity in the event of a glass break.

Residual load capacity means a load capacity of the laminated glass pane that remains after a glass break. This is intended, for example, to prevent overhead glazing from falling in the event of glass breakage or from dropping bodies through glazing. A particular danger arises if a broken laminated glass pane slips off its supports as a result of severe deflection, which can also happen if the glass pane is clamped carefully. This applies both to laminated glass panes mounted on the edge of the glass and to laminated glass panes with point bearings, in which clamping plate holders protrude through bores in the laminated glass pane and thus fix the laminated glass pane to a supporting structure.

The risk of a laminated glass pane slipping off the supports is particularly present when the laminated glass pane is only supported on supports that are far apart. Architects are often required to provide large spans, but this requirement cannot be met due to the risk of slipping off the supports. This also applies to point-mounted laminated glass panes, so-called "buttoning out" of the clamping plate holders can occur here, the broken glass pane tears out of the clamping plate holder as a result of widening bores.

All of the above considerations apply to both partially tempered glass panes and safety glass panes.

A laminated glass pane is known from EP 0 525 690 A2, in which a base layer is incorporated in the intermediate layer, which base layer is formed by holding elements which are inherently rigid, tensile and shear-resistant. These are holding elements made of flat material, in particular holding plates made of metal, such as stainless steel, brass, etc., or made of plastic. These holding elements are attached directly to supports with their parts protruding from the laminated glass pane, for example riveted or screwed to the supports, the holding elements being bent toward the supports according to the thickness of the laminated glass pane or shoulders being provided on the supports, so that the holding elements on the Shoulders of the carrier lie snugly, the holding elements of mutually adjacent laminated glass panes coming to lie one above the other. Adjacent laminated glass panes can also be directly connected to one another by means of the holding elements, for which purpose joint parts are used which are welded to the holding elements. These joint parts of the adjacent laminated glass panes overlap one another and can be connected to one another by means of a screw connection, so that the laminated glass panes can be pivoted relative to one another. The invention relates to an improvement in laminated glass panes in that adjacent laminated glass panes are not only connectable to one another, but can also be fastened to a supporting part in such a way that the base layers of the laminated glass panes are exposed to the lowest possible loads in the event of a glass breakage, in particular mainly only tensile loads.

This object is achieved in a laminated glass pane of the type described in the introduction in that the base layer extends over at least a partial area of an edge region of the surface of the laminated glass pane with which the laminated glass pane can be fastened to a supporting part of a building, and at least over a partial area of this marginal area over the Protrudes the edge of the laminated glass pane and wherein a fastening device for connecting the supporting layer to the supporting part can be attached to the supporting layer projecting beyond the edge of the laminated glass pane.

In particular, the fastening devices of adjacent laminated glass panes can be connected both to one another and to the supporting part of the structure, with the respective planar support layers aligned, without overlapping the support layers.

It is expedient here that the fastening devices of adjacent laminated glass panes can be connected to one another with a form fit, the form fit being to be given in the event of forces occurring in the direction of the glass planes.

An embodiment that is easy to implement is characterized in that the fastening device has a step-shaped cross section and is opposite to a fastening device of an adjacent laminated glass pane, the supporting layers of adjacent laminated glass panes being aligned with one another and without overlapping when the fastening devices are superimposed.

For simple installation, the fastening device is designed in the shape of a hook in cross section and can be inserted with its hook into a counter hook which is fastened to the structure, the hook advantageously having a wedge-shaped profile and the counter hook having a counter profile adapted to this wedge-shaped profile. To meet certain optical requirements, such as light transmission, the laminated glass pane is preferably characterized in that the base layer extends exclusively over an edge region of the surface of the laminated glass pane with which the laminated glass pane can be fastened to a supporting part.

According to a preferred embodiment, the base layer is melted into the film (s).

The following have been particularly recommended as materials for the base layer: metal - preferably a steel wire mesh and glass fiber, carbon fiber or plastic, in each case formed as a film or fabric, in particular from polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) or from polybutylene terephthalate (PBTP).

For laminated glass panes mounted on the edge of the glass, the base layer expediently extends over an edge region of the laminated glass pane which delimits the surface of the laminated glass pane on the outside, the fastening device advantageously being designed as a fastening strip which runs approximately parallel to the edge region of the laminated glass pane and can be fastened to the supporting part.

The fastening strip is preferably formed from metal or plastic, the support layer being clamped or welded to the fastening layer in the case of a fastening strip formed from metal. If, however, the fastening strip is made of plastic, the base layer is advantageously cast into this fastening strip.

For the purpose of arranging a plurality of adjacent laminated glass panes in one plane, according to a preferred embodiment the fastening strip is of stepped cross-section and the supporting layer is fastened to the fastening strip in the middle of the height thereof.

A laminated glass pane supported with point bearing is characterized in that the base layer extends around a recess of the laminated glass pane provided for point storage, preferably in the form of an annular disk, and is clamped, welded or cast in on a fastening device made of metal or plastic.

The fastening device is preferably designed in the form of a ring and can be fixed on the supporting part of the building by means of a fastening means passing through it. A particularly advantageous embodiment for a point mounting, in which the laminated glass pane is not interrupted on one side to the outside, is characterized in that the fastening device is designed as a fastening insert embedded in only one of the panes, which is covered by the second pane of the laminated glass pane.

Here, the fastening insert expediently runs flat on the outside of the laminated glass pane.

A sack thread provided on the fastening insert, which is open to the outside of the laminated glass pane, is advantageously used to fix the laminated glass pane to the building.

For one-sided edge-side mounting of a laminated glass pane, the fastening device has a hook which is L-shaped in cross section and which can be inserted into a counter-hook which can be fastened to the supporting part of the building.

The invention is explained in more detail below with reference to several exemplary embodiments shown in the drawing, FIG. 1 illustrating a cross section through two laminated glass panes fastened to a supporting part of a building. Fig. 2 shows the cross section through a point storage. 3 shows a further type of point mounting of a laminated glass pane. Fig. 4 illustrates the formation of the edges of two laminated glass panes to be stored adjacent in section and Fig. 5 and 6 the design of the base layers, once for an edge storage and once for a point storage. FIG. 7 shows a further variant for fastening two adjacent laminated glass panes to a building in a sectional view, FIG. 8 is a partial exploded view of the variant shown in FIG. 7. 9 relates to a cross-sectional representation of a point bearing. Fig. 10 shows the storage shown in Fig. 9 enlarged and separated from the building. Figure 11 is a detail of Figure 9 on an enlarged scale. 12 to 15 illustrate fastenings for laminated glass panes on rope constructions, FIG. 12 showing a cross section through a laminated glass pane and a rope holder and FIG. 13 a section in the glass plane through the rope holder. 14 in turn relates to the fastening of two adjacent laminated glass panes to a rope construction. FIG. 15 shows a top view of the illustration of FIG. 14, but partially in section. FIG. 16 is the illustration of a further variant for a hook-shaped anchoring. According to FIG. 1, two adjacent insulating glass panes 2 are located on a supporting part 1 of a building.

Each insulating laminated glass pane 2 is formed by a cover glass pane 4 and a laminated glass pane 7 arranged at a distance 6 from the spacer 5 and designed as a laminated safety glass pane. This laminated safety glass pane has two safety glass panes 8 arranged parallel to one another, which are glued to one another via foils 9, for example four foils 9.

In the edge area 10, a support layer 11, for example formed from a steel wire mesh, is also glued to the foils 9, which protrudes beyond the edge 12 of the laminated glass pane 7 and - as can be seen in particular from FIG. 4 - with one as along the edge of the laminated safety glass pane extending bar 13, which serves as an additional fastening means of the laminated glass pane 7 on the supporting part 1, for example by welding or by pouring. These strips 13 are designed for laminated glass panes 7 arranged adjacent and fastened to the same supporting part 1 in a step-like and opposite manner in cross section, so that when the strips 13 lie one above the other, they allow the two adjacent laminated glass panes 7 to be aligned, in such a way that the carrier layers 11 of the two laminated glass panes 7 also come to lie flush with one another.

To fix the edge 12 of the laminated glass panes or the insulating laminated glass panes 2, a cover strip 15, which can be tensioned against the supporting part 1 by means of a screw bolt 14, is used, which rests on the upper sides of the laminated insulating glass panes 2 via rubber seals 16. As can be seen from FIG. 1, the screw bolt 14 passes through bores 17 of the two strips 13 lying one above the other, as a result of which the insulating laminated glass panes 2 are positively secured against sliding off the supporting part 1 in the event of glass breakage and sagging of the insulating laminated glass pane 2.

The support layer 11 is preferably designed as a fabric, for example made of steel wires, glass fibers or carbon fibers. However, plastic films with high tear strength, such as polymethyl methacrylate or polybutylene terephthalate, could also be provided as the base layer. The thickness 18 of the fabrics or foils forming the base layer 11 is preferably below the thickness of the foils 9 provided between the glass panes 8 of the laminated glass pane 7; at most, the thickness 18 of the carrier layer 11 should reach the thickness of the foils 9 inserted between the glass panes.

The width 19 of the edge region 10, in which the carrier layer 11 extends between the glass panes 8, depends on various factors, such as the weight of the insulating laminated glass panes 2, the removal of the supporting parts 1 of the structure, and the total area of the insulating Laminated glass panes 2 and also the maximum load occurring in the event of glass breakage and the strength of the anchoring of the base layer 11 in the laminated glass pane 7. A width 19 of the edge region 11 of 5 to 15 cm is preferred.

2 and 3 show two differently designed point bearings of a laminated glass pane 7 on a supporting part 1 of a building, the fastening device 13 ′ connected in this case with a circularly designed supporting layer by welding, gluing or pouring in being designed as a metal or plastic ring. A clamping screw 14 ', which clamps an upper part 20 of the clamping plate holder 21 shown in FIGS. 2 and 3 against the lower part 22 of the same, passes through the metal or plastic ring, so that here too the fastening device 13' of the laminated glass pane 7 is positively fixed to one Support part 1 is given.

The invention can be modified in various ways. For example, it is possible to attach a laminated glass pane 7, which can also be designed as an insulating laminated glass pane 2, to a supporting part 1 of a building by gluing. In this case, only the fastening device 13 is connected to the supporting part 1, e.g. through screw connections.

For overhead glazing, it may be sufficient in some cases if the fastening device is hook-shaped and engages in a corresponding recess on the supporting part 1, thereby ensuring a positive fit in the direction of the surface of the laminated glass pane 7, i.e. that the hook connection is effective in the event of a load in the direction of the surface of the broken laminated glass pane 7.

According to the embodiment shown in FIGS. 7 and 8, such a hook connection 23 is illustrated as a fastening device for anchoring adjacent laminated glass panes 7 on the supporting part 1. The fastening device has a Cross section hook-shaped bar 24, the hook 25 of this bar 24 engages in a counter bar 26 with a counter hook 27. As can be seen from FIGS. 7 and 8, the counter strip 26 has a counter hook 27 on each of its two longitudinal edges, as a result of which the hook connection 23 serves to fix two adjacent laminated glass panes 7 to one another and also to fix them to the supporting part 1.

To secure the hook connection 23, an insert strip 28 is provided above the hook-shaped strips 24, which can be pressed by means of screws 29, which can be screwed into the supporting part 1 of the structure, against a base strip 30 of the counter strip 26 forming the counter hooks 27. Both the hook 25 and the counter hook 27 each have a wedge-shaped profile, which means that loosening the hook connection 23 is hardly possible, if not prevented, even when the screws 29 are not tightened.

According to the variant shown in FIGS. 9 to 11, the fastening device for a point bearing is designed as a fastening insert 31 embedded in only one of the panes 8, which is covered by the second pane 8 of the laminated glass pane 7, so that a smooth surface 32 is thereby obtained on the outside results. The fastening insert 31 runs flat on the side facing the supporting part 1 of the building with the pane 8, so that a good support of the laminated glass pane 7 is ensured on a support plate 33. The fastening insert 31 is provided with a sack thread 34 into which a screw 35 of the supporting part 1 or of the support plate 33 can be screwed. As can be seen from FIG. 11, the support layer 11 is attached peripherally to the fastening insert 31, for which purpose the fastening insert 31 is provided with a groove 36 into which the support layer 11 projects. It is glued to the mounting insert 31, welded, etc.

12, 13, 14 and 15, fastening clamps 37, 37 'for laminated glass panes 7 are shown, with which the laminated glass panes 7 can be fastened to a cable structure forming a supporting part of a building, for example for a facade. The fastening clamps 37, 37 'are formed by two parts, each of which has an approximately semi-cylindrical recess 38, which complement one another to form a cylindrical recess for receiving a rope 39 of the rope construction when these two halves are tightened, for example by means of a screw 43. The laminated glass pane 7 projects into a recess 40 in the clamp 37, 37 ', the support layer 11 being provided at its end protruding from the laminated glass pane 7 with a hook 41 which fits into a counter hook 42 of the clamp 37, 37' or one at the Clamp 37, 37 'engages mating hook 42. When the clamp 37, 37 'is mounted on the cable 39, it is ensures a positive connection of the laminated glass pane 7 with the rope 39. Hook 41 and counter hook 42 thus act as a fastening device.

According to FIG. 14, the fixing of the laminated glass panes 7 is realized in cross-section similar to the fixing shown in FIGS. 7 and 8 by means of the fastening clamps 37 ', with the difference that instead of the supporting part 1 of the structure, which is designed as a profile, a cable construction with cables 39 is provided ,

FIG. 16 shows, in a representation analogous to FIG. 8, a variant of a hook-shaped anchoring for adjacent laminated glass panes 7 on the supporting part 1.

Claims

Claims: 1. Laminated glass pane (7), preferably laminated safety glass pane, formed from at least two glass panes (8), preferably safety glass panes, and an intermediate layer of one, two or more foils (9) arranged between the two glass panes (8), at least at predetermined ones Placing the surface of the laminated glass pane (7) with a support layer (11) between the glass panes (8), characterized in that the support layer (11) extends over at least a partial area of an edge area (10) of the surface of the Laminated glass pane (7) with which the laminated glass pane (7) extends to one Supporting part (1, 39) of a building can be fastened, and - at least over a partial area of this edge area (10) over the edge (12) of the Laminated glass pane (7)
 protrudes and that - on the support layer (11) projecting beyond the edge (12) of the laminated glass pane (7), a fastening device (13, 13 ', 23, 41, 42) for connecting the Base layer (11) with the support part (1, 39) can be attached.
2. Laminated glass pane (7), preferably laminated safety glass pane, formed from at least two glass panes (8), preferably safety glass panes, and an intermediate layer made of one, two or more foils (9) arranged between the two glass panes (8), the at least at predetermined points Surface of the laminated glass pane (7), a support layer (11) is worked in between the glass panes (8), the support layer (11) extending over at least a partial area of an edge area (10) of the surface of the Laminated glass pane (7) with which the laminated glass pane (7) extends to one Supporting part (1, 39) of a building can be fastened, and - at least over a partial area of this edge area (10) over the edge (12) of the Laminated glass pane (7) protrudes and - on the over the edge (12) of the laminated glass pane (7)
 protruding support layer (11), a fastening device (13, 23, 41, 42) for connecting the support layer (11) to the support part (1, 39) can be attached, the support layer (11) also having at least a part of it over the laminated glass pane ( 7) extending area is firmly connected to the fastening device (13, 13 ', 23, 41, 42), characterized in that the fastening devices (13, 13', 23, 41, 42) of adjacent laminated glass panes (7) are aligned Align each plan  <Desc / Clms Page number 11>  Base layers (11) can be connected both to one another and to the support part (1, 39) of the structure, without overlapping the base layers (11).
3. Laminated glass pane (7) according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the fastening devices (13, 23, 41, 42) of adjacent laminated glass panes (7) can be connected to one another with positive locking.
4. Laminated glass pane (7) according to claim 1, 2 or 3, characterized in that the fastening device (13) is of stepped cross section and opposite to a fastening device (13) of an adjacent laminated glass pane (7), the support layers (11) being adjacent Laminated glass panes (7) when the fastening devices (13) are superimposed in alignment with one another and come to lie without overlapping one another.
5. Laminated glass pane (7) according to claim 1 to 4, characterized in that the fastening devices (23, 41, 42) each have a cross-section approximately L-shaped hook (25, 41) which fits into a counter hook (27, 42 ), which can be attached to the building, can be used.
6. Laminated glass pane (7) according to claim 5, characterized in that the hook (41) has a wedge-shaped profile and the counter hook (27, 42) has a counter profile adapted to this wedge-shaped profile.
7. Laminated glass pane according to one or more of claims 1 to 6, characterized in that the supporting layer (11) extends exclusively over an edge region (10) of the surface of the laminated glass pane (7) with which the laminated glass pane (7) is attached to a supporting part ( 1) can be attached.
8. Laminated glass pane according to one or more of claims 1 to 7, characterized in that the support layer (11) in the film (s) (9) is melted.
9. Laminated glass pane according to one or more of claims 1 to 8, characterized in that the support layer (11) made of a metal, preferably a steel wire mesh or glass fiber, carbon fiber or plastic, in each case as a film or fabric, in particular Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) or polybutylene terephthalate (PBTP) is formed.  <Desc / Clms Page number 12>  
 10. Laminated glass pane according to one or more of claims 1 to 9, characterized in that the fastening device (13, 41, 42) is designed as a fastening strip (13, 41, 42) running approximately parallel to the edge region (10) of the laminated glass pane (7) , which can be fastened to the supporting part (1).
11. Laminated glass pane according to claim 10, characterized in that the fastening strip (13, 41, 42) is formed from metal or plastic.
12. Laminated glass pane according to claim 11, characterized in that the supporting layer (11) is clamped or welded to a fastening strip (13, 41, 42) formed from metal.
13. Laminated glass pane according to claim 11, characterized in that the supporting layer (11) is cast into a fastening strip (13, 24, 41, 42) formed from plastic.
14. Laminated glass pane (7) according to claim 1, characterized in that for a point bearing of the laminated glass pane (7), the support layer (11) extends around a recess of the laminated glass pane (7) provided for the point bearing, preferably in the form of an annular disk, and is clamped, welded or cast in on a fastening device (13 ') made of metal or plastic.
15. Laminated glass pane (7) according to claim 14, characterized in that the fastening device (13 ') is designed in a ring shape and can be fixed on the supporting part (1) of the structure by means of a fastening means penetrating it.
16. Laminated glass pane (7) according to claim 14, characterized in that the fastening device is designed as a fastening insert (31) embedded in only one of the panes (8), which is covered by the second pane (8) of the laminated glass pane (7).
17. Laminated glass pane (7) according to claim 16, characterized in that the fastening insert (31) on the outside of the laminated glass pane (7) runs flat with the latter.
18. Laminated glass pane (7) according to claim 16 or 17, characterized in that the fastening insert to the outside of the laminated glass pane (7) has a blind thread (34).  <Desc / Clms Page number 13>  
  19. Laminated glass pane (7) according to claim 1, characterized in that the fastening device (23, 41, 42) has a cross-sectionally L-shaped hook (25, 41) which fits into a counter hook (27, 42) on the supporting part (1) the building is attachable, can be used.
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