WO2008006920A1 - Prefabricated cellular concrete panel - Google Patents

Prefabricated cellular concrete panel

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WO2008006920A1
WO2008006920A1 PCT/ES2007/000417 ES2007000417W WO2008006920A1 WO 2008006920 A1 WO2008006920 A1 WO 2008006920A1 ES 2007000417 W ES2007000417 W ES 2007000417W WO 2008006920 A1 WO2008006920 A1 WO 2008006920A1
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panel
prefabricated
straight
panels
concrete panel
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PCT/ES2007/000417
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Spanish (es)
French (fr)
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Fernando Asensio Jarque
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Fernando Asensio Jarque
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04CSTRUCTURAL ELEMENTS; BUILDING MATERIALS
    • E04C2/00Building elements of relatively thin form for the construction of parts of buildings, e.g. sheet materials, slabs, or panels
    • E04C2/02Building elements of relatively thin form for the construction of parts of buildings, e.g. sheet materials, slabs, or panels characterised by specified materials
    • E04C2/04Building elements of relatively thin form for the construction of parts of buildings, e.g. sheet materials, slabs, or panels characterised by specified materials of concrete or other stone-like material; of asbestos cement; of cement and other mineral fibres
    • E04C2/049Building elements of relatively thin form for the construction of parts of buildings, e.g. sheet materials, slabs, or panels characterised by specified materials of concrete or other stone-like material; of asbestos cement; of cement and other mineral fibres completely or partially of insulating material, e.g. cellular concrete or foamed plaster

Abstract

The invention relates to a prefabricated cellular concrete panel characterised in that the panel is reinforced with one, two or more glass fibre meshes during the production process in which the tubes are inserted. The invention consists of a prefabricated module of classifiable, pre-fixed dimensions, which is intended for the quick formation of partition walls in dwellings, commercial spaces or any other spaces. The invention is characterised in that the panel takes the form of a straight parallelepiped with two main dimensions, the smaller faces thereof (upper, lower and one of the sides) being provided with straight, uniform central notches and the other side being provided with a straight central projection for the successive tongue-and-groove coupling of identical panels and the installation thereof in sections.

Description

Aerated concrete prefabricated panel.

DESCRIPTION

The object of the present invention relates to a special prefabricated foam concrete direct application in construction of buildings or industrial buildings in preparation functions sockets or partitions or distribution. Use in prefabricated modules standard dimensions to increase performance in building processes achieving surface finishes that can be seen in flats or, if preferred, they can be complemented simply with a finish paint or wallpaper. They can also be plastered with plaster or similar material depending on the quality features that the builder wants to give finishes. The advantages of the new product are inherent cellular concrete, as is well known, are very numerous, the most remarkable lightness, power thermal and acoustic insulation and fire retardant properties. Sector of the art to which the invention relates

The invention presented concerns the sector of Building Materials, focusing on the preparation of Ia and industry supply prefabricated modules and processes of construction of homes, premises or industrial buildings. Background of the Invention

They are abundant background in the field of building materials since it is well known that in Spain and in most developed countries, the construction activities are the main motor of the economy.

In any case the greater the degree of development of a larger country is also Ia shortage of labor and therefore are very welcome solutions that allow save labor, whether based machine construction processes, or based on improving the performance of all activities involved in the construction. That way there is the tendency to derive certain processes to comprehensive processing plants prefabricated elements that can be used with simplicity and efficiency in civil engineering Ia where they are required. Moreover, the development itself also implies compliance with increasingly demanding standards for safety, comfort and respect for the nature.

The prefabricated elements are today protagonists of all the construction of buildings that once equipped with Ia main supporting structure are complemented by beams, floors, facade cladding, doors, windows, etc. It is also known that in large hotel buildings, it has even mounted, for example, rooms of modular bathroom transported to site and placed in its final location, only require a final step connection to the mains water supply, energy and drains. In the field of the invention in question, aerated concrete is having every day a greater presence in the general construction for their indisputable advantages Io concerning thermal, acoustic insulation, fireproofing power, driveability and low price, between others.

This has led to its use in multiple parts of terraces, low walls, claddings, lintels, etc.

And in the field of prefabricated foam concrete it is also diverse backgrounds normally focus on blocks for building walls, small plates for inner liners of tires, forged light and small elements. The present invention introduces a novelty in the range of construction materials to be prefabricated panels, reinforced or not, full height partition walls in houses with finished visible surface.

Ia also presents important advantage of allowing high yields in training operations tabiquería in homes or premises in general. It is therefore a novel solution that has a special appeal in these times when entrepreneurs seek efficiency in construction and public demands quality products and certain amenities added in the customs and daily habits.

DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION The present invention as has been explained in the introduction, concerns a new type of prefabricated foam concrete consisting of panels of width and predefined height, according to market needs and the conditioning of the panels having the proper weight so they can be transported and handled in work easily, preferably by a single operator.

Since the panels of the present invention are intended primarily to the formation of partition walls of houses or premises, its dimensions in height range from 210 cm. and 240 cm. and the width dimensions are placed on 80-150 cm. Thickness may vary between 6-20 cm. The inventor conceives that once the specific needs defined by the manufacturer, the specific order is established to proceed with the preparation of molds for the manufacture in series of panels. It is also conceived the manufacture of panels in standard sizes for use as common needs so you can place the order on catalog.

The prefabricated panels of the present invention are rectangular in shape having two upper and lower sides and on one side a female recess in a "U" and the remaining side has a projection so that it can be fitted Ia slit accurately in another panel that is placed below adjacent situation.

As for the upper and lower grooves are designed to fit into metal guides on floor and ceiling of the surface you want to split. The guide soil can be of the "T" and Ia roof of the angular type, but could also be of the "T" that, in that case, should be of greater height to lock up first and then dropping the panel on the soil profile. The panels can be made of different densities and different chemical additives, depending on the specific applications for which they are intended.

use duplicate on the same wall leaving a cavity between the two panels is also envisioned. This arrangement reinforces decisively insulation properties inherent in a single panel. It can even enhance said insulation, injecting foamed polyurethane between two panels os. It could also make reinforced with wire mesh, rods, plates etc.

Furthermore the inventor has also provided the possibility of manufacturing reinforced panels placing themselves in the manufacturing process of a lightweight fiberglass mesh or similar material "armor". Thus the strength characteristics of panels, as is known, are exposed to all kinds of aggressive solicitations during handling and transport are improved.

An important advantage of the invention is also the possibility of making these lightweight prefabricated incorporating tubes and manholes intended for electrical installations BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

Figure 1

schematically it represents the three orthogonal views of a panel of cellular concrete. Io noted below:

2. 1. Panel top, bottom and lateral clefts

3. Prominence side.

Figure 2

schematically it represents the assembly of three coupled with their respective side protuberances fitted into corresponding grooves panels, ie as a usual tongue and groove. It is observed in one of the panels the inner reinforcing mesh.

the following elements are indicated:

1. Panel 4. Reinforcing mesh. Figure 3

It represents a panel placed in its final position being fitted at its lower edge a profile shaped "T" and backed up on an angle profile.

It is further hypothesized represented Ia a double panel with intermediate air chamber. Io following states: 1. Panel 5. Profile "T" 6. angular profile

7. Case double panel 8. Air chamber for double panel. Description of a preferred embodiment

Aerated concrete prefabricated panel (1) (Figs. 1, 2 and 3) consisting of a new type of prefabricated Ia said material for rapid execution of partitions in homes or premises. The panel (1) is manufactured in standard predetermined dimensions with the condition that is transportable and manipulable on site by one person, construing the inventor the possibility of offering it commercially on catalog to allow specific requests of the required dimensions in each case. In principle you think about 210-240 cm panels. high, 80- 150 cm. wide and 6-20 cm. thick. The panel of rectangular shape, is provided at the bottom edges, top and one side, slits (2) perfectly centered in the thickness of the part. Furthermore, (3) also centered on the panel thickness allowing a coupling of successive panels as if it were a normal tongue and groove (Fig. 2).

The assembly of the panels (1) to form a local or room prefixing is performed to the floor and ceiling of respective metal profiles, the floor (5) as "T" and the roof (6) as right angle.

Once set said profiles (5) and (6) a panel (1) proceeding to fit it first in the lower profile (5) then resting it on the angular (6) is taken. With the following operating panel of the same shape and once placed in respective profiles it proceeds to move laterally to achieve the engagement of the tongue and groove shape as the protrusion (3) is inserted into the lateral groove (2). For consistency of the whole pulp can be added gripping or polyurethane putty in the female recesses so that, in the process of coupling of the panels, the paste was extended throughout the joint. Any special measures determined by the length or width of the room is achieved by simple cutting work using the usual machines since aerated concrete cuts easily. The inventor thinks especially in the manufacture of panels having embedded tubes and boxes of regular registration for electrical installations. However, the characteristics of the material allow the execution of additional races with normal machines or utensils under construction.

In this description of a preferred embodiment the inventor conceives not only the manufacture of the panel (1) with single cellular concrete, but also the possibility of providing it with greater resistance to base include in the manufacturing process one, two or more screens (4) fiberglass.

To improve the characteristics of thermal and acoustic insulation, already excellent in the cellular concrete, it is possible Ia doubling panel (1), as is shown in (Fig. 3), so that the new added panel ( 7) forms with the panel (1) an air chamber (8). This empty space can also be utilized for added security solutions by incorporating wire mesh, rods, or plates with complete backfill.

Although the finish of the surface view of the panels is fine and of sufficient quality, there is no problem in giving a different finish by plastering the surface for painting, wallpapering or other. You can even get through appropriate forms, rough finishes, stucco, artificial stone or faux exposed brick. It is not considered necessary to extend the content of this description for a person skilled in the art can understand its scope and the advantages derived from the invention, and to develop and carry practice Ia the object thereof. However, it should be understood that the invention has been described according to a preferred embodiment thereof, whereby it can be susceptible to modifications without degrading or involves some of the fundaments of the invention alteration. That is, the terms in which this has been exposed preferred description of the invention, should be always taken with broad and not limiting.

Claims

What is claimed
1. Prefabricated panel cellular concrete (I) consisting of a prefabricated module dimensions preset, classifiable, intended Ia rapid formation of partitions in homes, commercial or any other space, characterized by having a parallelepiped straight with two prevailing dimensions whose faces lower surface (top, bottom and one side), is provided with a straight slits, uniform and centered (2) and a protrusion (3) in the other side face, also straight and centered for the successive coupling, by dovetailing with other identical panels (1) and placing it in profiles (5) and (6).
2. prefabricated concrete panel cell according to claim one, characterized in that in the manufacturing process is reinforced by one, two, or more glass fiber mats (4).
3. Precast concrete panel cell according to claim characterized in that in the manufacturing process tubes include
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ES1012997U (en) * 1990-02-06 1990-10-16 Mosquera Silven Fernando Elements for constructions.
US6282853B1 (en) * 1992-09-29 2001-09-04 Geoffrey W. Blaney Building block; system and method for construction using same
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