WO2008104125A1 - Group self-help escape system for high buildings - Google Patents

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WO2008104125A1
WO2008104125A1 PCT/CN2008/000402 CN2008000402W WO2008104125A1 WO 2008104125 A1 WO2008104125 A1 WO 2008104125A1 CN 2008000402 W CN2008000402 W CN 2008000402W WO 2008104125 A1 WO2008104125 A1 WO 2008104125A1
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Xiaolin Bai
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A62LIFE-SAVING; FIRE-FIGHTING
    • A62BDEVICES, APPARATUS OR METHODS FOR LIFE-SAVING
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    • A62B1/02Devices for lowering persons from buildings or the like by making use of rescue cages, bags, or the like

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A group self-help escape system is disclosed, which includes a base, a support frame rolling supported on the base, a first reel, a second reel, a first bearing rope, a second bearing rope, a first escape cabin, a second escape cabin, a motor, a power receiving device and a guide device. A first support wheel and a second support wheel are mounted on the support frame. One end of the first bearing rope is fixed and wound on the first reel, the other end passes through the first support wheel and suspends the first escape cabin. One end of the second bearing rope is fixed and wound on the second reel, and the other end passes through the second wheel and suspends the second escape cabin. The speed shifting mechanism is driven by the first reel through the transport mechanism. The motor is driven by the output of the speed shifting mechanism. The power receiving device is concerned with the output of the induced electromotive force of the motor. The guide device is installed between the support frame and the ground to define the moving track of the escape cabin. The present invention provides an escape system, which can make the dense crowd escape quickly and safely from the high building without the need for a power supply.

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 High-rise passive reciprocating group self-rescue escape system

 [Technical Field]

 The invention relates to a high-rise escape system, and particularly relates to a group self-rescue escape system for a trapped crowd to quickly descend from the roof or the refuge chamber wall when a high-rise disaster (fire, earthquake, terrorist incident, etc.) occurs.

 【Background technique】

 At present, among many disasters, high-rise fires, earthquakes, and terrorist incidents are the most sudden, and they cause the greatest casualties to humans. The main reason is that the power supply cannot be used. Because of the high-rise disaster, the power supply may be cut off. In the absence of power, the traditional escape device (or life saver) powered by the power supply cannot be activated, and there is no practical group. Self-help escape refuge equipment. For civilian self-rescue equipment in the event of a high-rise building disaster, due to the particularity of its use, use environment, storage time and other conditions, the practicality and safety of life-saving equipment are extremely high. However, the existing life-saving equipment for high-rise buildings cannot be guaranteed to be safe and practical because of the mechanical friction principle in the structural design. When a disaster occurs, it is difficult for rescuers to rescue trapped people in high-rise buildings in time.

 The applicant of the present invention discloses two types of life savers that do not use a power source, respectively, in US Pat. No. 7,278, 601, the priority of which is hereby incorporated by reference. Using the electromechanical energy conversion principle of the motor, the kinetic energy released by the human body in the process of descending from the high position to the low position is used to drive the rotation of the rotor to generate electric energy, which is then received by the energy receiving device (such as a super capacitor) or converted into heat energy dissipation ( For example, the power consumption resistance), when the kinetic energy released during the falling of the human body and the rate at which the energy receiving device receives or converts into the thermal energy dissipation reach an equilibrium state, the uniform velocity is reduced, so that the life preserver does not overexpose when it falls to the ground. The kinetic energy impact ensures personal safety. The applicant of the present invention has pioneered the purpose of regulating the descending speed of the human body by utilizing the principle of electromechanical energy conversion.

 However, the above technologies still have the following shortcomings: 1. There is no protection device for escape personnel. When used on high-rise buildings, due to the high winds, the escape personnel are vulnerable to high heights and damage from foreign objects in the air, or escape equipment is easy. Swinging rotation, if hitting the wall will seriously threaten the life safety of the escaped, so the use of the life saver is limited. 2. The existing life savers are almost designed for single-person escape. There is currently no system for self-rescue escapes. Place

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Replacement page (Article 26) In the event of a disaster, existing escape equipment cannot reach the group to save themselves. 3. The traditional escape equipment is only suitable for the straight building, but the building with the upper and lower thick or the bottom with the podium cannot be installed. 5. Modern urban construction is developing rapidly, high-rise buildings are relatively concentrated, and personnel transportation is very dense. In the event of a disaster, the traffic situation will inevitably deteriorate and the rescuers and rescue vehicles will not be able to get to the scene quickly and in a timely manner. Rescue time to implement rescue.

 [Summary of the Invention]

 In order to solve the above problems, the object of the present invention is to provide a self-rescue escape system for a trapped person to quickly descend from the roof or the refuge chamber wall when a high-rise disaster (fire, earthquake, terrorist incident, etc.) occurs.

 The technical solution for achieving the above object is: a high-rise group self-rescue escape system, including a base, a support frame fixed on the base, a first load-bearing rope, a first escape bin, a first reel, a shifting mechanism, a motor and a work The first load-bearing rope is fixed at one end and wound on the first reel. The support frame is fixed with a first support wheel, and the other end of the first load-bearing rope passes through the first support wheel. Suspending the first escape bin, the first reel drives the shifting mechanism via the transmission mechanism, and the output of the shifting mechanism drives the motor, and the induced potential output of the motor is connected to the energy receiving device. The energy receiving device is an adjustable power consumption resistor.

 The base is fixed on the building, the first reel, the shifting mechanism and the motor are fixed in the support frame, and the support frame is supported by the base on the base, so that the first escape suspended on the support frame The warehouse can extend out of the wall of the building.

 A first guiding device is disposed between the support frame and the ground, and the first escape bin moves along the first guiding device.

 a second reel, a second load-bearing rope, and a second escape bin, wherein one end of the second load-bearing rope is fixed and wound on the second reel, and the second support wheel is fixed on the support frame, The other end of the two load-bearing ropes passes through the second support wheel and then suspends the second escape bin, and the second reel drives the shifting mechanism via the transmission mechanism.

 The base is fixed on the building, and the first reel, the second reel, the shifting mechanism and the motor are fixed in the support frame, and the support frame is supported on the base by rolling, so that the support frame is mounted on the support frame The suspended first escape bin and the suspended first escape bin can extend out of the wall of the building.

A clutch is disposed between the second reel and the first reel. The winding direction of the first load-bearing rope on the first reel is opposite to the winding direction of the second load-bearing rope on the second reel.

 The energy receiving device is an adjustable power consumption resistor.

 A first guiding device and a second guiding device are disposed between the support frame and the ground, the first escape bin moves along the first guiding device, and the second escape bin moves along the second guiding device.

 The first guiding device is a first guiding rope, the second guiding device is a second guiding rope, a first guiding fixed pulley is fixed on the first escape bin, and a second fixing is fixed on the second escape bin a guiding pulley, the first guiding rope passing through the first guiding fixed pulley, the second guiding rope passing through the second guiding fixed pulley, and correspondingly arranged on the supporting frame for adjusting and fixing between the supporting frame and the ground A first adjustment device and a second adjustment device for the fastening force of the rope.

 Each adjustment device includes a wheel mounted on the support frame for fixing and winding the guide wire, and a turntable for rotating the wheel.

The first guiding fixed pulley and the second guiding fixed pulley are disposed in pairs, and are fixed on the sides of the corresponding first escape bin and the second escape bin at a certain interval, and the first guiding rope sequentially passes through a first guiding fixed pulley After being fixed to the fixed pulley of the first hanging member ± and the other first guiding fixed pulley, both ends of the first guiding rope are fixed on the rotating wheel of the first adjusting device, the first connecting member and the ground The first fixed hook is fastened, and the second guiding rope passes through a second guiding fixed pulley, a fixed pulley fixed on the second hanging member, and another second guiding fixed pulley, and the second guiding rope Both ends are fixed on the rotating wheel of the second adjusting device, and the second connecting member is fastened to the second fixing hook embedded in the ground.

With the above technical solution, the beneficial technical effects of the present invention are as follows: 1) By setting an escape bin, the risk of escape personnel and the risk of being damaged by airborne foreign objects are overcome, and other rope-type escape devices are overcome in the air to sway or rotate. Such fatal problems have greatly improved the safety of escape personnel. 2) By setting the base and the support frame fixed on the base, and fixing the shifting mechanism, the motor and the energy receiving device on the support frame (also fixed on the base or the building), only the escape under the support frame warehouse. This structural design has the following advantages: First, the load on the support frame is reduced, and the operation of the escape bin is facilitated; Second, the structural design of the self-rescue escape system such as the shifting mechanism, the motor and the energy receiving device can be restricted by factors such as space size and weight. According to the needs, the size of the escape bin can be flexibly designed to accommodate the escape needs of one to several dozen people. Third, the escaped personnel on the building can control the speed of the escape bin in time to cope with various possible bursts. event. 3) Support The frame is supported on the pedestal. When the self-rescue escape system is used, the escape bins suspended on the support frame can be pushed out and away from the wall of the building according to the shape characteristics of different buildings, ensuring that the escape personnel can escape safely and safely. 4) By setting the guiding device, especially the guiding device, using simple, flexible and practical guiding rope, it avoids the problem of swinging rotation of the escape bin caused by high wind and high wind, and the running track of the escape bin is controllable, so that the escape personnel Stay away from all kinds of threats and guide the escape bins to land in safe areas where people are not vulnerable to falling foreign objects. 5) By setting the first escape bin and the second escape bin, the double bins can be used continuously in a reciprocating manner. When the first escape bin full of escape personnel descends, under the action of gravity, the second escape bin is simultaneously dragged upwards. When the first escape bin is lowered to the ground, the second escape bin is simultaneously dragged back to the original floor. . Conversely, when the second escape bin is lowered to the ground, the first escape bin can be dragged back to the original floor at the same time. Therefore, with the aid of the first escape bin and the second escape bin, the remaining escape personnel can continue to be rescued. ' ·

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS The present invention will be further described in detail below by way of embodiments and with reference to the accompanying drawings: FIG. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a self-rescue escape system for a high-rise group.

 Fig. 2 is a view showing another direction of Fig. 1.

 Figure 3 is a schematic view showing the structure of the guiding device of Figure 1.

 Figure 4 is a schematic view of the structure of Figure 1 after the support frame is removed.

 Figure 5 is a schematic view showing the structure of the regulating device of Figure 1.

 Figure 6 is a control diagram of the induced current output circuit of the motor of Figure 1.

 Fig. 7 is a schematic structural view of the regulating table of Fig. 1.

 Fig. 8 is a structural schematic view of the control table of Fig. 1 when the rear cover is opened.

 【detailed description】

A high-rise self-rescue escape system, please refer to FIG. 1 to FIG. 7, including a base 12, a support frame 10 supported on the base 12, a first load-bearing rope 83, a second load-bearing rope 83', and a first escape bin. 20. A second escape bin 22, a regulating device, a first guiding device, a second guiding device and a regulating platform 30. As shown in FIG. 5, the regulating device includes a first reel 55, a second reel 57, a clutch 56, a shifting mechanism 52, a motor 51, and a brake brake 58. As shown in FIG. 7, the control platform 30 is provided with a first two-wheel turntable 31, a second two-wheel turntable 35, a clutch adjustment lever 32, a tuning knob 33, and a brake adjustment. Referring to Figures 1 and 2, the base 12 is mainly formed by a fixed connection of a rail, a fixed rail bolt card, a weight, and the like. The pedestal 12 can be fixed to the roof 100 or used on each floor. The support frame 10 is a hexagonal iron frame, and the first reel 55, the second reel 57, the shifting mechanism 52, the motor 51 and the regulating table 30 are fixed in the support frame 10. The support frame 10 protrudes from the high building by the moving device, and the moving device comprises a rocking handle 36, a support frame positioning card 14, a roller (not shown) installed at the bottom of the support frame 10, and the rotation of the rocker 36 is transmitted through a conventional toothed chain (not Painting) The mechanism drives the rollers to push part of the support frame 10 out of the tall building. For ease of operation, the handle 36 is mounted on the side of the console 30. By rotating the crank handle 36, the support frame 10 can be fixed by moving the support frame 10 to the positioning card 12 on the base 12. When a disaster occurs, the support frame 10 can be pushed out of the base 12 so that the first escape bin 20 and the first escape bin 22 suspended from the support frame 10 can be extended outside the wall of the building. A first support wheel 85 and a second support wheel 86 are fixed to the outer side of the support frame 10.

 Referring to FIG. 4 and FIG. 5, one end of the first load-bearing rope 83 is fixed and wound on the first reel 55, and the other end of the first load-bearing rope 83 sequentially passes through a pair of guide fixed pulleys 84 fixed on the base 12. The first escape bin 20 is suspended after the first support wheel 85 fixed to the upper portion of the support frame 10. One end of the second load-bearing rope 83' is fixed and wound around the second reel 57, and the winding of the second load-bearing rope 83' on the second reel 57 and the winding of the first load-bearing rope 83 on the second reel 57 To the contrary. The other end of the second load-bearing rope 83' sequentially passes through a pair of guide fixed pulleys 84' fixed to the base 12, and a second support wheel 86 fixed to the upper portion of the support frame 10, and then suspends the second escape bin 22. Both the first escape bin 20 and the second escape bin 22 are provided with a bin door 24, which may be a door leaf or a folding door leaf that is opened separately or on both sides. The enclosed first escape bin 20 and the second escape bin 22 eliminate the fear of high-rise escapers and the damage of escaped personnel from falling foreign objects.

 The first reel 55 and the second reel 57 may be coupled to rotate at the same speed by the clutch 56, or the first reel 55 and the second reel 57 may be disengaged by the clutch 56 when the first escape bin 20 is lowered. The first reel 55 rotates while the second reel 57 does not follow the rotation. The clutch 56 is coupled to the clutch adjustment push rod 32 on the console 30 to establish or disconnect the connection between the first spool 55 and the second spool 57 by pushing the adjustment push rod 32.

When the first reel 55 and the second reel 57 are connected to each other by the clutch 56 to rotate at the same speed, since the second load-bearing rope 83' is wound on the second reel 57 and the first load-bearing rope 83 is in the second The winding direction on the reel 57 is opposite, so that the second escape bin 22 is opposite to the direction of movement of the first escape bin 22: when the first escape bin 20 full of escape personnel is descending, under the action of gravity, the second The escape bin 22 is simultaneously dragged upwards, and when the first escape bin 20 is lowered to the ground, the second escape bin 22 At the same time being dragged back to the original floor. Conversely, when the second escape bin 22 is lowered to the ground, the first escape bin 20 is also dragged back to the original floor. This cycle alternates and can meet the need of rapid self-rescue escape for dense crowds without the need for a power source.

 Referring to Figures 5 and 8, the first reel 55, the second reel 57, the motor 51, the holding brake 58 for the brake motor 51 rotor, and the shifting mechanism 52 are disposed behind the regulating table 30 on the support frame 10. The power take-off motor 51 of the shifting mechanism 52. The first reel 55 and the shifting mechanism 52 are driven by a belt 53. Since the load-bearing ropes (83, 83') of the first escape bin 20 and the second escape bin 22 are wound on the first reel 55 and the second reel 57, when the first escape bin 20 or the second escape bin 22 is lowered At this time, the first reel 55 or the second reel 57 rotates under the action of the human body gravity, and the transmission mechanism 52 is driven by the transmission belt 53 to drive the motor 51 to generate electric energy after the speed increase mechanism 52 increases the speed.

 Referring to FIG. 6, the electric energy generated after the rotation of the motor 51 is rectified by the rectifier 72 and received by the energy receiving device 71. The energy receiving device 71 can employ a power consumption resistor, a super capacitor, or the like. In the present embodiment, the energy receiving device is preferably a variable resistor 71 through which the received electrical energy is converted into heat energy dissipation. When a supercapacitor is used, the received electrical energy is stored by a super capacitor.

 One of ordinary skill in the art will appreciate that the process of loading an escaped person's escape bin from a high position is essentially a process of energy release (potential energy is converted into kinetic energy), the rate at which energy is released when the escape bin is lowered, and the motor and adjustable resistance. When the rate at which the energy is converted into heat dissipation is equal, the speed at which the escape bin falls does not increase. Further, those skilled in the art can also understand that under other conditions, the smaller the resistance, the greater the heat consumption, and the greater the kinetic energy can be released through the resistor in time, the smaller the final falling speed of the escape bin will be. (kinetic energy is small). Conversely, the larger the resistance, the lower the heat consumption, and the large amount of kinetic energy cannot be released through the resistor, and the escape pit will be slower (the kinetic energy is large). When the resistance is in the off state, all of the escape bins of the escape bin are in a free fall state due to the inability to release through the resistor. Therefore, it is possible to control the falling speed of the escape bin by adjusting the resistance of the adjustable resistor 71 according to different load capacities and different descent speed requirements.

 The adjustment of the adjustable resistor 71 is realized by the speed regulating knob 33 disposed on the regulating platform 30. The resistance of the adjustable resistor 71 can be changed by the speed adjusting knob 33 on the rotating control console 30, thereby achieving the first control. The purpose of the second escape bin 20, 22 is to slow down.

Referring to FIG. 3 again, a first guiding device and a second guiding device are disposed between the support frame 10 and the ground to establish a reciprocating track for the first escape bin 20 and the second escape bin 22. Guided loading The arrangement may be a rail or a wire rope or the like. In the present embodiment, the wire rope is preferably manufactured, that is, the first guiding device is the guiding wire rope 68, and the second guiding device is the guiding wire rope 68'. The first adjusting device comprises a first tight rope double wheel 61 and a first turntable 31 for rotating the first tight rope double wheel 61, the second adjusting device comprising a second tight rope double wheel 62 and for rotating the second tight rope double The second turntable 35 of the wheel 62. A pair of first guide pulleys 63 are fixed on the two symmetrical sides of the first escape bin 20, and a pair of second guide pulleys 63' are fixed on the two symmetrical sides of the second escape bin 22. The first guide wire 68 sequentially passes through the first guide pulley 63 on one side of the first escape bin 20, a pair of fixed pulleys 67 fixed on the first hanger 64, and the other side of the first escape bin 20. After the first guiding pulley (not shown), the two ends of the first guiding rope 68 are fixed on the first tight rope double wheel 61, and the first connecting member 64 is fastened to the ground fixing hook 66. The second guiding rope 68' sequentially passes through the second guiding fixed pulley 63' on one side of the first escape bin 22, the pair of fixed pulleys 67' fixed to the second hanging member 64', and the second escape bin 22 After the second guide pulley (not shown) on the other side, both ends of the second guide rope 68' are fixed to the second tight rope double wheel 62, and the second connecting member 64' and the ground embedded fixing hook 66 'Tighten the connection. The tension of the first guide rope 68 can be adjusted by rotating the first turntable 31 on the control table 30, and the tension of the second guide rope 68' can be adjusted by rotating the second turntable 35 on the control table 30. By providing the fixed pulleys 67 at both ends of the first connecting member 64, the tension of the first guiding ropes 68 on both sides of the first hanging member 64 is kept constant at all times. By providing the fixed pulley 67' at both ends of the second connecting member 64', the tension of the second guiding rope 68' on both sides of the second hanging member 64' is kept constant at all times.

When using the guide, the connecting piece (64, 64') wearing the guide rope (68, 68') is dropped or shot by the stringer 65 and fixed to the ground pre-embedded hook (66, 66') Upper, controlling the first and second escape bins (20, 22) to descend or rise along the guide ropes (68, 68'), preventing the first and second escape bins (20, 22) from rotating, rocking, and following in the air. The wind drifts, thus solving the problem that the upper and lower high-rise buildings cannot fall to the ground at one time. The specific steps for the installation of the guides are as follows: the ropes (68, 68') and the connecting members (64, 64') connected to the ground are pulled to the ground by the ropes (65, 65'). The stainless steel pre-embedded fixing hooks (66, 66') are hung. The guide rope 68 can be tightened by the first turntable 31 rotating the first tight rope double wheel 61 fixed to the support frame 10. The second tight wire double wheel 62 fixed to the support frame 10 is rotated by the second turntable 35, and the guide wire 68' can be tightened. The first and second tight ropes (61, 62) and the first and second turntables (31, 35) can complete the tensioning of the guide ropes (68, 68') by the familiar ratchet pawl mechanism. For the adjustment of the tightening force, the ratchet pawl mechanism is manually adjusted by the first and second turntables (31, 35). When a disaster occurs, the support frame 10 is pushed to the positioning card 14, the rope is used to shoot the soft rope to the ground, and then the ground personnel will connect the guide ropes (68, 68') and the connectors (64, 64 ' ) Pull it to the ground to fix the hook (66, 66 '). The first tight rope double wheel 61 and the second tight rope double wheel 62 are rotated by the first turntable 31 and the second turntable 35 to tighten the guide ropes (68, 68'). The first escape bin 20 is opened to fill the escape personnel, the door 24 is closed, and the brakes 58 are disengaged, and the first group of escape personnel begins to descend along the guide rope 68 to escape. After the first escape bin 20 slides down the rail 68 to the ground, the second escape bin 22 has been returned, the escaper closes the clutch 56, and then opens the second escape bin 22 to fill the escape personnel, closing the bin door 24 The second batch of escape personnel begins to descend along the guide rail 68' as the second escape bin 22 is disengaged. When the second escape bin 22 slides down to the ground along the guide rail 68', the first escape bin 20 has been tilted back to the high-rise position along the guide rope 68, and the third batch or later is operated by the escaper. Drop to escape until all escaped personnel have escaped. If only 1 to 2 people are left to escape, the resistance of the adjustable resistor 71 can be increased by the speed adjustment knob 33 to increase the speed of the escape bin, so as to escape quickly.

 While the preferred embodiment of the present invention has been described in the foregoing, the embodiments of the invention Within the spirit and scope.

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A self-rescue escape system for a high-rise building, comprising: a base, a support frame fixed on the base, a first load-bearing rope, a first escape bin, a first reel, a shifting mechanism, a motor and a power consumption resistor One end of the first load-bearing rope is fixed and wound on the first reel, and the first support wheel is fixed on the support frame, and the other end of the first load-bearing rope passes through the first support wheel and is hung first. The escape bin, the first reel drives the shifting mechanism via the transmission mechanism, and the output of the shifting mechanism drives the motor, and the induced potential output of the motor is connected to the energy receiving device. ,
 2. A high-rise self-rescue escape system according to claim 1 wherein: said energy receiving device is an adjustable power consumption resistor.
 3. The high-rise group self-rescue escape system according to claim 1, wherein: the base is fixed to a building, and the first reel, the shifting mechanism, and the electric book are fixed in the support frame.
The support frame is supported on the base by rolling, so that the first escape bin suspended on the support frame can protrude outside the wall of the building.
 4. The high-rise group self-rescue escape system according to claim 1, wherein: a first guiding device is disposed between the support frame and the ground, and the first escape bin moves along the first guiding device.
 5. The high-rise group self-rescue escape system according to claim 1, further comprising: a second reel, a second load-bearing rope, and a second escape bin, wherein one end of the second load-bearing rope is fixed and wrapped around the second a second support wheel is fixed on the support frame, and the other end of the second load-bearing rope passes through the second support wheel to suspend the second escape bin, and the second reel is driven by the transmission mechanism .
 6. The high-rise group self-rescue escape system according to claim 5, wherein: the base is fixed on a building, and the first reel, the second reel, a shifting mechanism, and The motor is supported by the support frame on the base such that the first escape bin and the suspended first escape bin suspended from the support frame can protrude outside the wall of the building.
 7. The high-rise group self-rescue escape system according to claim 5, characterized in that: a clutch is disposed between the second reel and the first reel.
8. The high-rise group self-rescue escape system according to claim 5, wherein: the winding direction of the first load-bearing rope on the first reel and the wrap-around phase of the second load-bearing rope on the second reel Reverse. '
9. The high-rise group self-rescue escape system of claim 5, wherein: said energy receiving device is an adjustable power consumption resistor.
 10. The high-rise group self-rescue escape system according to claim 5, wherein: the first guiding device and the second guiding device are disposed between the support frame and the ground, and the first escape bin is along the first guiding The device moves and the second escape bin moves along the second guide.
 11. The high-rise group self-rescue escape system according to claim 10, wherein: the first guiding device is a first guiding rope, and the second guiding device is a second guiding rope, the first escape bin a first guiding fixed pulley is fixed, and a second guiding fixed pulley is fixed on the second escape bin, the first guiding rope passes through the first guiding fixed pulley, and the second guiding rope passes through the second guiding fixed pulley The first adjusting device and the second adjusting device for adjusting the fastening force of the guiding rope fixed between the support frame and the ground are correspondingly arranged on the support frame.
 12. The high-rise group self-rescue escape system according to claim 11, wherein: each adjusting device comprises a rotating wheel mounted on the support frame for fixing and winding the guide rope, and for rotating the turn Wheel turntable.
 13. The high-rise group self-rescue escape system according to claim 12, wherein: the first guiding fixed pulley and the second guiding fixed pulley are arranged in pairs, and are fixed at a certain interval in the corresponding first escape bin and the first On the side of the second escape bin, the first guide rope is sequentially passed through a first guide fixed pulley, a fixed pulley fixed on the first hitch, and the other first guide fixed pulley, and the two ends of the first guide rope are fixed at The first connecting member is fastened to the first fixed hook embedded in the ground on the rotating wheel of the first adjusting device, and the second guiding rope is sequentially passed through a second guiding fixed pulley and fixed to the second connecting hook. After the fixed pulley on the piece and the other second guiding fixed pulley, both ends of the second guiding rope are fixed on the rotating wheel of the second adjusting device, and the first connecting member and the second fixed hook embedded in the ground Fasten the connection.
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