WO2007087651A1 - Cladding tile - Google Patents

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WO2007087651A1
WO2007087651A1 PCT/ZA2006/000119 ZA2006000119W WO2007087651A1 WO 2007087651 A1 WO2007087651 A1 WO 2007087651A1 ZA 2006000119 W ZA2006000119 W ZA 2006000119W WO 2007087651 A1 WO2007087651 A1 WO 2007087651A1
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Hendrik Jaap Grimbeek
Holger Wostenfeldt
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Holger Wostenfeldt
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    • E04F15/022Flooring consisting of parquetry tiles on a non-rollable sub-layer of other material, e.g. board, concrete, cork
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E01CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS, RAILWAYS, OR BRIDGES
    • E01CCONSTRUCTION OF, OR SURFACES FOR, ROADS, SPORTS GROUNDS, OR THE LIKE; MACHINES OR AUXILIARY TOOLS FOR CONSTRUCTION OR REPAIR
    • E01C5/00Pavings made of prefabricated single units
    • E01C5/001Pavings made of prefabricated single units on prefabricated supporting structures or prefabricated foundation elements except coverings made of layers of similar elements
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    • E04F13/08Coverings 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
    • E04F13/0801Separate fastening elements
    • E04F13/0832Separate fastening elements without load-supporting elongated furring elements between wall and covering elements
    • E04F13/0833Separate fastening elements without load-supporting elongated furring elements between wall and covering elements not adjustable
    • E04F13/0835Separate fastening elements without load-supporting elongated furring elements between wall and covering elements not adjustable the fastening elements extending into the back side of the covering elements
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    • E04F13/0862Coverings 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 composed of a number of elements which are identical or not, e.g. carried by a common web, support plate or grid
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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
    • E04F13/142Coverings 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 ceramics or clays
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    • E04F13/18Coverings 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 of organic plastics with or without reinforcements or filling materials or with an outer layer of organic plastics with or without reinforcements or filling materials; plastic tiles
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Abstract

In a cladding tile comprising a backing member (10) and a cladding material (40) which is releasably attachable to the upper surface of the backing member, the underside of the cladding material (40) includes parallel grooves which are re-entrant in cross-sectional shape and the backing member (10) carries complementary shaped anchor formations (12) which project in parallel rows upwardly from its upper surface to be slidably engageable in the cladding material grooves . Preferably the re-entrant grooves in the cladding material and the base member anchor formations are dovetailed in cross-sectional shape.

Description

CLADDING TILE
FIELD OF THE INVENTION
[0001] This invention relates to a tile for cladding floors, walls, outdoor decking or the like.
BACKGROUND TO THE INVENTION
[0002] Outdoor timber clad decking of the more modem types generally includes a base member which is made from a plastic material to which timber slats are fixed in a parallel relationship by fasteners such as screws or the like. A typical example of such a tile is disclosed in the specification of American patent No. US6,467,224 B1. The screw fastening of the timber slats to the backing member adds screw and labour costs in the laying of the decking.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
[0003] A cladding tile according to the invention comprises a backing member and cladding material which may be releasably attachable to the upper surface of the backing member. The underside of the cladding material may include parallel grooves which are re-entrant in cross-sectional shape and the backing member carries complementally shaped anchor formations which project in parallel rows upwardly from its upper surface to be slidably engageable in the cladding material grooves.
[0004] The base member of the tile may be moulded from a suitably rigid yet resilient plastics material. [0005] The re-entrant grooves in the cladding material and the base member anchor formations are conveniently dovetailed in cross-sectional shape.
[0006] The base member may be square in plan with its dovetailed anchor formations arranged in equally spaced parallel rows with the spacing between the formations being equal and in register with each other from two adjacent edges of the base member.
[0007] The backing member anchor formations may be substantially square in plan with the tapering sides of the formations which form the dovetails being upwardly and outwardly projecting flaps which are separated from each other for the cladding material grooves to be engaged with the backing member from any one of the four sides of the backing member. At least the free end portions of the dovetailed formation anchor flaps may be dimensioned, in relation to each other, to be an interference fit in the cladding material grooves.
[0008] The base member may include adjacent each of its edges, at least two spaced and downwardly directed catch formations and connectors which are separable from the base member and include formations which are releasably engageable with the catch formations on the edges of two adjacent base members to join the base members of adjacent tiles in an array of the tiles together in a common plane.
[0009] The base member may include a plurality of spaced and aligned slide holders which each comprise two spaced arms which project downwardly from the underside of the base member with the free end portions of the arms being directed towards each other and between each of which in an aligned row of the slide holders an elongated slide element may be slid to enable the tiles to be engaged with and wall mounted by means of the slides.
[0010] The underside of the base member may further include spaced formations on which the tile is supported over a surface on which the tile is laid.
[0011] The material from which the grooved cladding is made may be selected from any one of the following: timber, plastic material, sheet metal, clay or a suitable ceramic material.
[0012] The invention also extends to the above cladding file backing member per se.
[0013] The term "re-entrant groove" in this specification is to be taken to mean any groove in a material which has an entrance into the material which is narrower than the distance separating at least a portion of the side walls of the grooves beneath its entrance.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
[0014] An embodiment of the invention is now described by way of a non-limiting example only with reference to the drawings in which :
Figures 1 , 2 and 3 are end elevations of cladding tile base members and their cladding shown sectioned respectively on the lines A-A, B-B and C-C in Figure 4,
Figure 4 is a plan view of the base member of the tile of the invention,
Figure 5 is an under plan view of the Figure 4 base member, Figure 6 is an isometric view of a fragment of the lower right hand corner of the tile base member of Figure 5,
Figure 7 is an enlarged plan view of the lower right hand corner of the tile base member of Figure 6,
Figure 8 is enlarged fragments of the under sides of the bottom comers of two tile base members of the inventions and connecting means between the adjacent tiles,
Figure 9 is a fragmentary side elevation of the Figure 8 tile base member and the connector joining them shown sectioned on the line 9-9 in Figure 8, and
Figure 10 is a sectioned end elevation of a fragment of the tile base member and its cladding material together with a mounting element for supporting a tile or tiles on a wall.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENT
[0015] The base member 10 sections shown in Figures 1 to 3 are basic with all background formations on the underside of the base member being omitted for clarity of illustration and description of the more important features of the tile of the invention.
[0016] The base member 10 of the tile is moulded from a fairly rigid and yet resilient plastics material such as linear low density polyethylene or polypropylene. As will be seen from Figures 2, 3 and 6 the base member 10 has a substantially corrugated profile in cross-section and Figures 4 and 5 show it to be square in plan.
[0017] Figure 1 shows the base member 10 to include dovetailed shaped formations 12 which project upwardly from the upper surface of the base member 10. The dovetail formations 12 are square in plan and are arranged in the base member in rows which are equally parallel in two directions which are normal to each other, as shown in Figures 4 and 5.
[0018] In Figure 6 the formations 12 are shown inverted with their bottom portions 14 being in the form of almost square pockets and their upper portions in the form of two outwardly and oppositely directed pairs of separate flaps 16 which each provide the dovetails of Figure 1.
[0019] Each of the dovetail formations 12 is held in the cruciform aperture in the position in which it is located by four corner spider formations 18 as shown only in Figure 6. Figure 2 shows the tile base member 10 to additionally include downwardly projecting spaced arms 19 the free ends of which are directed towards each other to define, with others in alignment with them, holders 20 for wall mounting slides 22 as shown in Figure 10 only, and which is further described below.
[0020] The slide holders 20 are arranged in sets of four, as shown in Figure 8, with each pair of holders in the set being aligned with a pair opposite it and at 90° to the alignment direction of the remaining pair.
[0021] The arm of each slide holder 20 in a set is joined by an arcuate reinforcing member 24 to an arm of an adjacent leg of an adjacent slide holder 20, as seen in Figures 6 and 8, the reinforcing means 24 have been omitted from Figure 5 for clarity of illustration.
[0022] Figure 5 shows the sets of slide holders 20 to be arranged on the underside of the base member 10 in three rows of spaced sets which are arranged in a square pattern with two slide holders 20 of each set being in alignment with two pairs of an adjacent set.
[0023] Figure 3 shows the base member 10 to include downwardly dependent and inwardly directed catch formations 26 which are used, together with connectors 28, in connecting adjacent tiles in an array of the tiles together.
[0024] The connectors 28, as most clearly seen in Figures 6 to 9, are rectangular in plan and are each divided, by a cruciform cross-member, into four apertures 30. The outer internal long side walls 32 of each of the apertures 30 is, when the connectors are inverted, in use, as shown in Figure 9, outwardly sloping from the upper to the lower edges. The connectors are joined to the base member 10 material by four flimsy and easily flangeable connector pieces 34.
[0025] The underside of the base member 10 further includes outwardly projecting standoff spacers 36 and 38, as shown in Figures 5 and 6, for spacing the underside of the base member from a surface on which the tiles of the invention are to be located. Should the wall mounting slides not be used in the mounting of the tiles then the slide holders 20 also serve as additional spacers on which the tiles are supported.
[0026] The tile cladding material may be strips of plastics material, sheet metal, clay, ceramics or timber such as the timber slats 40 shown in cross-section in Figures 1 to 3, provided that their under surfaces include linear dovetailed grooves 42 which are parallel to and spaced from each other by a dimension which corresponds to the spacing between the centres of the base member dovetail formations 12. [0027] The tile cladding material may have the square outer dimension as the base member 10 with which it is to be engaged. Alternatively a plurality of the base members 10 may be connected together to form a composite larger dimensioned base member to suit cladding of a correspondingly larger area than that of a single base member 10.
[0028] In one example, in the provision of a parquet-type timber flooring, the timber slats 40 are of a length which corresponds to the length of one side of a single base member 10 and have a common width so that their long sides, in an assembled tile, will abut each other. A plurality of tiles of this type are assembled by firstly removing an adequate number of the connectors 28 from the base member 10 by applying finger pressure to the connectors to snap the connector pieces 34 to free the connectors from the base members, as is illustrated in the left hand base member of Figure 8. The timber slats are then located on the base members 10 by engaging the dovetail grooves 42 at one end of the slats 40 with the dovetailed formations 12 at one edge of the base member and then sliding the slats over the remaining formations 12 in the row of formations with which the slat grooves 40 are aligned. The resilience of the base member material causes the dovetail flaps 16 of the formations 12 to be biased into light gripping contact with the side walls of the dovetail grooves on the timber slats to hold the slats to the base member.
[0029] A number of tiles of the above type are engaged with each other with the slats of adjacent tiles at right angles to each other to provide the parquet flooring.
[0030] The tiles are engaged with each other, as shown in Figure 9, by inverting the connectors 28 and pressing the pairs of catch formations 26 on the base members 10 of adjacent tiles into the connector 28 apertures 30 to cause the catch formations 26 to be biased, by the resilience of the base member 10 material, onto the sloping side walls 32 of the connector apertures 30 to lock the adjacent tiles together, in at least the horizontal direction of the floor, against separation from each other.
[0031] Should it be required that the tiles of the invention be used in the construction of a timber floor or spaced slat decking, the required number of backing members 10 are connected together by the connectors 28 as described above to provide a composite large area backing member or members with elongated timber slats being engaged with and spanning the backing members 10 of the or each composite backing member as described above. The square pattern of the dovetail formations on a single backing member 10 or a composite backing member consisting of a number of backing members which are attached to each other enables timber slats or any suitable dovetailed cladding to be engaged with the single or composite backing member at right angles to others on the tile.
[0032] The slides 22 of Figure 10, are extruded to have the double V-shaped with the Vs being joined by a central web 44. The slides 22 may be made from aluminium or a suitably rigid thermoplastics material. The spacing of the Vs of the slides is slightly greater than the spacing between the slide holder 20 arms 19 so that with a slide engaged with the holder 20 of a row on the underside of the backing member 10 or an enlarged composite backing member, they are firmly engaged by the slide holder arms 19.
[0033] In cladding a vertical surface such as a wall with the tiles of the invention, holes are drilled at suitable intervals through the slide 22 webs 44 for the passage of screws or wall plugs by means of which the slides 22 are anchored in the required parallel relationship to the wall.
[0034] Whatever cladding material, from those mentioned above, which is required to clad the wall is engaged, as mentioned above, with the single or composite backing members. The slide holders 20 of the backing members 10 of the tiles are then engaged with and slid onto the slides 20 to be anchored to the wall.

Claims

1. A cladding tile comprising a backing member and cladding material which is releasably attachable to the upper surface of the backing member,
characterised in that,
the underside of the cladding material includes parallel grooves which are reentrant in cross-sectional shape and the backing member carries complementally shaped anchor formations which project in parallel rows upwardly from its upper surface to be slidably engageable in the cladding material grooves.
2. A cladding tile as claimed in claim 1 wherein the base member is moulded from a suitably rigid yet resilient plastics material.
3. A cladding tile as claimed in either one of claims 1 or 2 wherein the re-entrant grooves in the cladding material and the base member anchor formations are dovetailed in cross-sectional shape.
4. A cladding tile as claimed in any one of the above claims wherein the base member is square in plan with its dovetailed anchor formations are arranged in equally spaced parallel rows with the spacing between the formations being equal and in register with each other from two adjacent edges of the base member.
5. A cladding tile as claimed in claim 4 wherein the backing member anchor formations are substantially square in plan with the tapering sides of the formations which form the dovetails being upwardly and outwardly projecting flaps which are separated from each other for the cladding material grooves to be engaged with the backing member from any one of the four sides of the backing member.
6. A cladding tile as claimed in claim 5 wherein at least the free end portions of the dovetailed formation anchor flaps are dimensioned, in relation to each other, to be an interference fit in the cladding material grooves.
7. A cladding tile as claimed in any one of the above claims wherein the base member includes, adjacent each of its edges, at least two spaced and downwardly directed catch formations and connectors which are separable from the base member and include formations which are releasably engageable with the catch formations on the edges of two adjacent base members to join the base members of adjacent tiles in an array of the tiles together in a common plane.
8. A cladding tile as claimed in any one of the above claims wherein the base member includes a plurality of spaced and aligned slide holders which each comprise two spaced arms which project downwardly from the underside of the base member with the free end portions of the arms being directed towards each other and between each of which in an aligned row of the slide holders an elongated slide element may be slid to enable the tiles to be engaged with and wall mounted by means of the slides.
9. A cladding tile as claimed in any one of the above claims wherein the underside of the base member includes spaced formations on which the tile is supported over a surface on which the tile is laid.
10. A cladding tile as claimed in any one of the above claims wherein the material from which the grooved cladding is made is selected from any one of the following: timber, plastic material, sheet metal, clay or a suitable ceramic material.
11. A cladding tile backing member as claimed in any one of the above claims.
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