WO2017097661A1 - Support structure for escalator or moving walkway, and method for producing at least a part segment of an escalator or moving walkway support structure - Google Patents

Support structure for escalator or moving walkway, and method for producing at least a part segment of an escalator or moving walkway support structure Download PDF

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WO2017097661A1
WO2017097661A1 PCT/EP2016/079450 EP2016079450W WO2017097661A1 WO 2017097661 A1 WO2017097661 A1 WO 2017097661A1 EP 2016079450 W EP2016079450 W EP 2016079450W WO 2017097661 A1 WO2017097661 A1 WO 2017097661A1
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Patrick Landsbeck
Hanna Keitzel
Anna Mittenzwei
Michael Kant
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Abstract

The present invention relates to a method for producing at least a part segment (1) of an escalator or moving walkway support structure, wherein such a part segment (1) comprises a first longitudinal beam (2), a second longitudinal beam (3) and connecting struts (4, 5), and wherein the connecting struts (4, 5) each have a first end (6) and a second end (7). In that context, first connection points are determined on the first longitudinal beam (2), at which the connecting struts (4, 5) are to be connected to the first longitudinal beam (2) by their first end (6). First receiving points (8) for receiving the first ends (6) of the connecting struts (4, 5) are created at these first connection points, wherein the first ends (6) of the respective connecting struts (4, 5) are inserted into the first receiving points (8). The connecting struts (4, 5) are respectively secured to the first longitudinal beam (2). The invention also relates to an escalator or moving walkway structure produced according to the above method.

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 The invention relates to a method for producing at least one sub-segment of an escalator or moving-step support structure, which is designed in particular for arranging an endless revolving step band of an escalator or an endless circulating pallet band of a moving walkway is. Such a sub-segment comprises a first longitudinal beam, a second longitudinal beam and connecting struts, wherein the connecting struts each have a first end and a second end.

Are known espagnolette structures, for example, from the document WO 2011/073708 AI or from the publication CN 203903754 U. In a variety of escalators or moving walks the support structures are welded together in a truss structure of L-shaped or U-shaped steel beams as longitudinal members and connecting struts. Such support structures have a high load capacity, which is necessary in particular to ensure safe operation of an escalator or moving walk even under full load with a maximum number of people. The disadvantage here is the high weight of the support structure. In addition, the structure of such a support structure for escalators or moving walks is complex and usually associated with a lot of work. In addition, with respect to the individual components of the support structure, in particular with regard to the connecting struts, to comply with low manufacturing tolerances in terms of their dimensions, which further increases the cost of producing such a support structure.

Against this background, it is an object of the present invention to improve a method for manufacturing at least one sub-segment of an escalator or moving-walkway support structure. Advantageously, should be made possible with the improvement cost-effective production of such a support structure or of its sub-segments. In addition, advantageously a lower weight of such a support structure should be achieved at substantially the same capacity.

To achieve this object, a method for manufacturing at least one sub-segment of an escalator or moving-walkway support structure as well as a moving walkway or escalator support construction according to the independent claims of the present Application proposed. Further advantageous features and embodiments of the invention are described in the dependent claims and the description.

The proposed solution provides a method for producing at least one sub-segment of an escalator or moving-step support structure, which is designed in particular for arranging an endlessly circulating step band of an escalator or an endlessly circulating pallet band of a moving walkway, such a sub-segment comprising a first longitudinal beam, a second longitudinal beam and connecting struts, and wherein the connecting struts each have a first end and a second end. In this case, first connection points on which the connecting struts are to be connected with their first end to the first side member are determined on the first side member. Further first receiving points for receiving the first ends of the connecting struts are created at the first connection points. The receiving points may be in particular receiving openings, which are drilled for example in the longitudinal beam or cut out of the side member. In particular, the receiving points can also be created as recesses or recesses in the respective side member.

Next, the inventive method provides that the connecting struts are inserted with their first ends in each case in the first receiving points. This means that the receiving points are advantageously formed in shape and size corresponding to the respective ends of the connecting struts, so that a connecting strut can be advantageously introduced with little play in the connecting strut, in particular can be inserted. Advantageously, the receiving location and the respective end of a connecting strut are adapted to one another such that a connecting strut introduced into a receiving location is held by the longitudinal stretcher in this receiving location, in particular without the connecting strut having to be additionally supported.

Furthermore, the inventive method provides that the connecting struts are each fixed to the first side member. By the previously introduced insertion of the connecting struts in the first receiving points of the first longitudinal member, the fixing of the connecting struts on the first longitudinal member is advantageously simplified. In addition, length differences between the individual connecting struts, in particular length differences of several millimeters up to a few centimeters between the individual connecting struts, which can be due in particular to manufacturing tolerances can be compensated by varying the insertion depth when inserting the connecting struts in the receiving sites. It is thus provided in particular that a shorter connecting strut is inserted less deeply into a receiving location than a longer connecting strut.

The fixing of the connecting struts to the respective longitudinal member can be effected in particular by frictional, non-positive, positive and / or material connection of the respective connecting strut with the respective longitudinal member. In particular, it is provided that the connecting struts are already fixed by plugging into the receiving point.

According to a particularly advantageous embodiment of the method, it is provided that the fixing of the respective connecting struts to the respective side member takes place by welding the connecting strut to the side member. Advantageously, the connecting strut is welded to the side member at the point where the connecting strut protrudes from the receiving position, ie in particular in the region of the receiving point.

An advantageous development of the method according to the invention provides that second connection points are determined on the second longitudinal member, at which the connecting struts are to be connected at its second end to the second longitudinal member. It is further provided that at the second connection points second receiving points, in particular second receiving openings, are provided for receiving the second ends of the connecting struts. The connecting struts are then inserted with their second ends respectively into the second receiving points. Thereafter, the connecting struts are each fixed to the second side member. If connecting struts protrude differently far from the first longitudinal carrier, so that the connecting struts have different heights measured from the first longitudinal carrier, these distances can be advantageously equalized by introducing the connecting struts into the second receiving points at different depths. In particular, it is provided that the first side member and the second side member are aligned parallel to each other. Advantageously, the production of a sub-segment of a moving walkway or tripod support construction is further simplified by this development of the method.

In particular, it is provided that vertical connecting struts and diagonal connecting struts are used as connecting struts. The vertical connecting struts become thereby fixed vertically to the first side member and vertically aligned with the second side member to the first side member and the second side member and fixed the diagonal connecting struts diagonally between the first side member and the second side member aligned with the first side member and the second side member. As a result, a truss structure is advantageously created, which gives the sub-segment a particularly good stability. In particular, it is provided that vertical connecting struts and diagonal connecting struts are arranged between the first longitudinal member and the second longitudinal member such that the vertical connecting struts and the diagonal connecting struts form a zigzag course. A further advantageous embodiment provides that a vertical connecting strut are introduced together with a diagonal connecting strut in each case in a receiving position, which is designed to receive one end of a vertical connecting strut and one end of a diagonal connecting strut. The corresponding receiving point is advantageously created such that it is designed to receive at least two connecting struts. The receiving point can be formed in particular with partially different receiving site circumferences, so that connecting struts with different cross-sections can be introduced together in the space provided for receiving, preferably substantially accurately fit. When using vertical connecting struts and diagonal connecting struts it is further provided in particular that a third connection point is determined on each of the vertical connecting struts, on each of which a diagonal connecting strut is to be connected with its first end additionally to the vertical connecting strut. Third receiving points, in particular third receiving openings, for receiving the first ends of the diagonal connecting struts are then created at the third connecting points of the vertical connecting struts. In these third receiving points of the vertical connecting struts, the diagonal connecting struts with their first ends are each additionally introduced. In particular, it is provided that initially the third connection point having vertical connecting struts are introduced into the respective receiving points of a longitudinal member. This is preferably carried out such that the respective receiving point of the longitudinal member together with the respective receiving point of the vertical connecting strut forms a receiving point for the end of a diagonal connecting strut. In this formed receiving point is then advantageously introduced the end of a diagonal connecting strut. Thereafter, preferably, a fixing of the diagonal Connecting strut with the vertical connecting strut and the longitudinal member, preferably in the region of the receiving point formed.

A further advantageous development of the method according to the invention when using vertical connecting struts and diagonal connecting struts as connecting struts provides that in each case a fourth connection point is determined on the vertical connecting struts, on each of which a diagonal connecting strut with its second end are additionally connected to the vertical connecting strut should. Then fourth receiving points, in particular fourth receiving openings, for receiving the second ends of the diagonal connecting struts are created at the fourth connecting points of the vertical connecting struts and the diagonal connecting struts with their second ends additionally inserted into the fourth receiving points of the vertical connecting struts. This advantageously further increases the stability of the part segment to be manufactured. In addition, the sub-segment is thus constructed symmetrically with respect to the first longitudinal member and with respect to the second longitudinal member. Advantageously, this further reduces the susceptibility to errors during the production of the subsegments.

As a further advantageous embodiment of the method according to the invention it is provided that the third receiving points and / or the fourth receiving points of the vertical connecting struts are created such that they each form together with one of the receiving points of the longitudinal beams a common receiving point for receiving the respective ends of the diagonal connecting struts. Advantageously, this further simplifies the construction of a sub-segment of a support structure. In addition, this makes it possible to further increase the stability or load capacity of a support structure composed of such sub-segments.

Thus, in particular, a method is provided in which first receiving points are introduced into a first longitudinal carrier and second receiving points are introduced into a second longitudinal carrier. In addition, third receiving points or fourth receiving points are introduced at the ends of vertical connecting struts. Then, the vertical connecting struts are inserted with one end, at each of which a third receiving point, in the first receiving points of the first longitudinal member. This is advantageously carried out such that the vertical connecting struts are aligned vertically to the first side member and that the first receiving point of the first side member together with the third receiving point of a vertical connecting strut forms a right-angled receiving point. Preferably, the vertical connecting strut is then fixed to the first side member, preferably by welding. Then, a respective diagonal connecting strut is inserted with its first end into the rectangularly formed receiving point formed by a first vertical connecting strut and the first side member. In this case, the diagonal connecting strut is advantageously aligned such that the second end of the diagonal connecting strut is inserted into the fourth receiving location of a further vertical connecting strut. Preferably, the diagonal connecting strut is then connected to the vertical connecting strut and the first side member, preferably by welding. On the second ends of the vertical connecting struts, which have the fourth receiving points, in each of which a diagonal connecting strut is inserted with its second end, then the second side member is placed with the second receiving points, such that the connecting struts with their second ends in the second Admission points are introduced. The second side member is then advantageously aligned parallel to the first side member. Then the diagonal connecting struts and the diagonal connecting struts are connected to the second longitudinal carrier, in particular by welding, in particular by welding in the region of the second receiving points of the second longitudinal carrier. According to an advantageous embodiment of the method is thus provided that the diagonal connecting struts and the vertical connecting struts are fixed together, in particular by welding. As a result, the stability and the resilience advantageously further increased. A further advantageous embodiment of the invention provides that in each case fifth connection points are determined on the first side member of a first subsegment and on the first side member of a second subsegment. At this fifth connection points further connecting struts, in particular vertical connecting struts and / or diagonal connecting struts, are to be connected with their first end to the first longitudinal member of the first subsegment and with its second end to the first longitudinal member of the second subsegment. For this purpose, first fifth receiving points, in particular fifth receiving openings, are provided for receiving the first ends of the further connecting struts after determining the fifth connection points at these fifth connection points of the first longitudinal member of the first subsegment. Further, at the fifth connection points of the first longitudinal member of the second subsegment fifth receiving points, in particular fifth Receiving openings, created for receiving the second ends of the further connecting struts, for example by application of suitable cutting methods or machining methods. In a further method step of this advantageous embodiment of the method according to the invention, the further connecting struts are each inserted with their first ends into the created fifth receiving points of the first longitudinal member of the first subsegment. Further, these connecting struts are each introduced with their second ends in the fifth receiving points of the first longitudinal member of the second subsegment. Furthermore, it is provided in particular that these connecting struts are fixed to the first longitudinal member of the first subsegment and these connecting struts are fixed to the first longitudinal member of the second subsegment, preferably in each case in the region of the respective receiving sites.

As a further particularly advantageous method step of the invention it is provided that the distance between the longitudinal members, in particular the distance between the first longitudinal member and the second longitudinal member of a subsegment, adjusted by the insertion depth of the connecting struts, which are arranged between these longitudinal members in the respective receiving points becomes. The receiving points can be created in particular also such that they are completely through the respective side member continuous receiving openings, in particular through holes of the respective longitudinal member. The respective connecting strut is thus advantageously introduced so far with their respective end in the respective receiving point, as it is necessary to achieve the desired distance between the longitudinal members of a sub-segment. The longitudinal members are preferably aligned parallel to each other. Advantageously, the distance between the longitudinal members of a sub-segment can thus be set, at least within certain limits, independently of the length tolerances of the connecting struts to be arranged between these longitudinal members. As a result, the production is advantageously less expensive, since greater length tolerances in the manufacture of the connecting struts are permitted, in particular length tolerances of several millimeters, for example, length tolerances up to twenty millimeters. This also leads to the reduction of rejects during production.

According to a further particularly advantageous embodiment of the invention, it is provided that hollow profiles, in particular square tubes, are used as first longitudinal members and / or as second longitudinal members and / or as connecting struts. Particularly preferred is the use of square tubes as first side members, as second side members and as connecting struts. As an embodiment variant of the invention, it is provided that as first side members and / or as second side members and / or as connecting struts metal profiles, in particular steel profiles, are used, wherein the receiving points are created in each case in a surface portion of the metal profile. Such metal or steel profiles are in particular known profiles for steel beams, in particular T-profiles, L-profiles or U-profiles. The use of hollow profiles, in particular of square tubes, however, has weight advantages on the other hand. Thus, suitable square tubes, the metal profiles, such as L-profiles or U-profiles, replace, with the same choice of material and the same stability advantageously with less material thickness and thus produce reduced weight. Advantageously, it is advantageously achieved by the creation of receiving points in the longitudinal members and the inventive insertion of the connecting struts with their respective ends in the receiving points that the square tubes may have greater tolerances in length, advantageously even if the first side member and the second side member a subsegment to be aligned parallel to each other. Different lengths of the connecting struts are advantageously compensated by a correspondingly adapted depth of insertion into the receiving points. In the case of square tubes as longitudinal members, provision is made in particular for receiving openings to be introduced into one of the walls of the square tube as receiving locations. Advantageously, the receiving openings are introduced in such a way that their opening circumference are adapted to the introduced ends of the connecting struts, in particular so that the connecting struts can be inserted with their respective ends in the receiving points. In the advantageous embodiment variant of the invention, in which receiving points are also introduced into the vertical connecting struts, it is likewise provided in particular that this is introduced into a wall of the respective square tube, in particular as a receiving opening or as a recess beginning at the respective end of the square tube or at the recess incision beginning at each end of the square tube.

In particular, it is further provided that the fixing of the connecting struts is carried out by welding. Advantageously, the fixing by welding is facilitated by the previous insertion or insertion of the connecting struts in the respective receiving points. In particular, it is provided that a sub-segment is made such that the longitudinal members form a self-supporting connector construction with the introduced into the receiving points connecting struts, which is already held without welding in the form. Advantageously, the welding along the respective receiving sites, in which the respective connecting struts are introduced carried out. The gap dimensions between the receiving location and the connecting strut inserted into the receiving location are preferably not more than a few millimeters, particularly preferably not more than two millimeters.

Advantageously, a moving walkway or tripod support construction according to the invention is modularly constructed from a plurality of subsegments. Advantageously, it is initially possible to produce easily transportable subsegments. These sub-segments can then be advantageously to the place where the moving walkway or the escalator is to be built, spent and assembled there to form a corresponding support structure. In the case of an escalator, it is provided, in particular, that the respective ends, that is to say the access and exit of an escalator, are each produced from at least two support structure sides forming subsegments. Likewise, advantageously, the support construction piece connecting the ends, that is to say the center piece of the support structure, is produced from at least two support construction side forming subsegments.

It is noted that the disclosed method steps need not be performed in the order in which they are listed unless explicitly required. Otherwise, it is provided that the method steps in their sequence can be varied technically meaningful, that is in a way that is technically possible. For example, it is self-evident that determination of first connection points must always be carried out before the first reception points are created, whereas, for example, the determination of second connection points on the second longitudinal member can well take place prior to determining the first connection points on the first side member.

Furthermore, it is noted that the use of the number words with respect to the elements of the support structure, such as "first pick-up point" and "second pick-up point", serves to distinguish the respective elements and does not specify an order. Also, these number words do not specify a fixed number. Thus, for example, a first longitudinal carrier may have a plurality of first receiving locations and also a plurality of fifth receiving locations. In particular, the first longitudinal carrier may have first receiving points and fifth receiving points, without this longitudinal carrier having to have second and / or third and / or fourth receiving points. The solution for the above-mentioned object in addition to the method according to the invention further proposed moving walkway or tripod support structure is in particular produced by the process according to the invention moving walkway or tripod support structure. In particular, a moving walkway or tripod support structure according to the invention comprises side members and connecting struts. The longitudinal members and connecting struts are connected to one another in such a way that they form a supporting construction floor and supporting construction sides. The support construction floor advantageously connects the support construction sides. The moving pavement support structure according to the invention or the escarpet support structure according to the invention has at least one sub-segment, which comprises a first longitudinal beam, a second longitudinal beam and connecting struts, each having a first end and a second end. This first side member has first receiving points, in which the connecting struts are each introduced with its first end. The connecting struts are fixed to the first side member. The receiving points may be in particular receiving openings, in particular holes or cutouts or recesses. The support structure is used in particular for receiving components of a moving walkway or an escalator, in particular an endless circulating pallet band or an endless revolving step band. Furthermore, the respective support structure is designed in particular for arranging a balustrade with handrails. The receiving points of the longitudinal member may be in particular receiving openings, in particular holes or cutouts or recesses. In particular, it is provided that the receiving points are advantageously formed in shape and size corresponding to the respective ends of the connecting struts, so that a connecting strut is advantageously introduced with little play in the connecting strut, particularly advantageous as a plug connection. Advantageously, the respective receiving location and the respective end of a connecting strut are adapted to one another such that a connecting strut introduced into a receiving location is held by the longitudinal member in this receiving location, in particular without the connecting strut being additionally supported or supported.

A particularly advantageous further development of the moving walkway or escalator support structure according to the invention provides that the second longitudinal bearer has second receiving points into which the connecting struts are respectively inserted with their second end. The connecting struts are fixed to the second carrier. In particular, it is provided that the connecting struts at the respective receiving points with the respective side member are welded. As a variant embodiment is also provided that the connecting struts are fixed by frictional, non-positive and / or positive connection, in particular by screwing. In particular, it is further provided that the first side member of a sub-segment and the second side member of a sub-segment are aligned parallel to each other.

As a further particularly advantageous embodiment of the invention vertical connecting struts and diagonal connecting struts are provided as connecting struts, wherein the vertical connecting struts are fixed vertically to the first side member and vertically to the second side member aligned on the first side member and the second side member and the diagonal connecting struts diagonally between the the first side member and the second side member aligned with the first side member and the second side member are fixed. In particular, an arrangement of longitudinal members and connecting struts is provided so that a truss structure is formed. As a result, such a sub-segment is advantageously given a particular stability. In particular, it is provided that vertical connecting struts and diagonal connecting struts are arranged between the first longitudinal member and the second longitudinal member such that the vertical connecting struts and the diagonal connecting struts form a zigzag course. A further advantageous embodiment provides that a vertical connecting strut is introduced together with a diagonal connecting strut in each case in a receiving position, wherein such a receiving location is designed to receive one end of a vertical connecting strut and one end of a diagonal connecting strut.

An advantageous development of the moving walkway or tripod support structure according to the invention provides that a first number of vertical connecting struts have third receiving points, wherein a first number of diagonal connecting struts are each additionally introduced with their first ends into the third receiving points of the vertical connecting struts. The first number of vertical connecting struts is preferably equal to the first number of diagonal connecting struts. As a result, the stability of the support structure is advantageously further increased.

Furthermore, advantageously, a second number of vertical connecting struts of moving walkway or trolley support construction on fourth receiving points, wherein a second number of diagonal connecting struts is additionally introduced with their second ends in addition to the fourth receiving points of the vertical connecting struts. In particular, it is envisaged the second number of vertical connecting struts is equal to the second number of diagonal connecting struts. A further embodiment provides that the first number of vertical connecting struts is equal to the second number of vertical connecting struts. Advantageously, the third receiving points and / or the fourth receiving points of the vertical connecting struts are formed such that they each form together with one of the receiving points of the longitudinal beams a common receiving point, in which the respective end of a diagonal connecting strut is inserted. Advantageously, this further increases the stability or load capacity of a support structure composed of such sub-segments.

In particular, a moving walkway or tripod support structure is provided in which first receiving locations are introduced into a first longitudinal carrier and second receiving locations are introduced into a second longitudinal carrier. In addition, third receiving points or fourth receiving points are introduced at the ends of vertical connecting struts. The vertical connecting struts are inserted at one end, at each of which a third receiving location, in the first receiving points of the first longitudinal member. The vertical connecting struts are advantageously aligned vertically to the first side member, wherein in each case the first receiving point of the first longitudinal member together with the third receiving point of a vertical connecting strut forms a right-angled receiving point. Furthermore, in each case a diagonal connecting strut is introduced with its first end into the reception point which is formed at right angles by a first vertical connecting strut and the first longitudinal stringer. The diagonal connecting strut is aligned in such a way that the second end of the diagonal connecting strut is inserted into a further receiving point formed from a second receiving location of the second longitudinal carrier and a fourth receiving location of a further vertical connecting strut. Preferably, the diagonal connecting strut is in each case connected to the respective vertical connecting strut and the respective longitudinal member, preferably by welding.

A further particularly advantageous embodiment of the moving walkway or tripod support structure according to the invention comprises a plurality of subsegments, wherein the first longitudinal member of a first subsegment, which forms at least a portion of a first support construction side, and the first longitudinal member of a second subsegment, which forms at least a portion of a second support construction side, respectively fifth Has receiving points. Further connecting struts are introduced in each case with their first ends into the fifth receiving points of the first longitudinal member of the first subsegment. Furthermore, these connecting struts are each inserted with their second ends in the fifth receiving points of the first longitudinal member of the second subsegment. It is further provided that the connecting struts are fixed to the first longitudinal member of the first subsegment and the connecting struts are fixed to the first longitudinal member of the second subsegment, such that a third subsegment is formed, which forms at least a portion of a supporting structure floor. The moving walkway or tripod support construction according to the invention is thus advantageously of modular design.

According to a particularly advantageous moving walkway or tripod support construction, the longitudinal members and / or the connecting struts are hollow beams, in particular square tubes. As a result, the support structure advantageously has a high stability. Compared to the use of steel profiles, such as L-beams or U-beams, such a support structure also advantageously with the same stability to a lower weight on.

Further advantageous details, features and design details of the invention are explained in more detail in connection with the exemplary embodiments illustrated in the figures. Showing:

1 shows in a perspective schematic representation of an embodiment of a manufactured by a method according to the invention sub-segment of a crawler support structure.

FIG. 2 is a perspective view of an enlarged detail of the embodiment shown in FIG. 1; FIG.

3 is a perspective view of a perspective rotated sectional view through the detail shown in FIG. 2;

4 shows a perspective view of a further sectional view through the detail shown in FIG. 2; and Fig. 5 in a perspective schematic representation of an embodiment of an inventive tripod support structure.

FIG. 1 shows an exemplary embodiment of a sub-segment 1 of an escalator construction produced by a method according to the invention. The sub-segment 1 in this case comprises a first longitudinal member 2, a second longitudinal member 3 and connecting struts 4, 5. As a connecting struts, the sub-segment 1 has vertical connecting struts 4 and diagonal connecting struts 5. The vertical connecting struts 4 are aligned vertically to the first side member 2 and vertically to the second side member 3. The diagonal connecting struts 5 are aligned diagonally between the first side member 2 and the second side member 3. As longitudinal members and connecting struts hollow sections are preferably used.

In the embodiment shown in Fig. 1, the first side member 2 and the second side member 3 square tubes, each with four equal sides and a first circumferential length. The cross-sectional area of the side members is thus substantially square. For example, such a square tube used for a side member may have the dimension 60x60x4, that is, the side widths are each 60 mm (mm: millimeters) and the side thicknesses each 4 mm. The length of the longitudinal members is 2290 mm in this embodiment.

The vertical connecting struts 4 are in the embodiment also square tubes, each with equal sides and a second circumferential length. The cross-sectional area of the vertical connecting struts is thus also substantially square. However, the second circumferential length is smaller than the first circumferential length, that is, the side members have a larger circumference than the vertical connecting struts. For example, such a square tube used for a vertical connecting strut 4 may have the dimension 30x30x2, that is, the side widths are each 30 mm and the side thicknesses are 2 mm in each case.

As diagonal connecting struts 5 flat steel profiles are used in the embodiment. For example, such a flat steel profile used for a diagonal connecting strut have the dimension 10x60x1450, that is, the thickness of such a flat steel profile is 10 mm, the side widths of such a flat steel profile 60 mm and the length of such a flat steel profile 1450 mm. For the production of the sub-segment 1, which may in particular form a section of a espagnolette construction side, it is provided that first connection points are determined on the first side member 2 and second connection points are determined on the second side member 3. At the first connection points of the first longitudinal member 2, the connecting struts 4, 5 are to be connected with their first ends 6 to the first longitudinal member 2 later. At the second connection points of the second longitudinal member 3, the connecting struts 4, 5 are to be connected with their second ends 7 to the second longitudinal member 3 later.

After the connection points are determined, first receiving points 8, 8 'are created at the first connection points. At the second connection points second receiving points 9, 9 'created. In the exemplary embodiment shown in FIG. 1, receiving openings at the specific first connection points in the first longitudinal member 2 or at the specific second connection points in the second longitudinal member 3 are introduced as first receiving points 8, 8 'and as second receiving points 9, 9' by means of a cutting process , The first connection points thus virtually mark the points of the first longitudinal member 2 at which the first receiving points 8, 8 'are to be created. Accordingly, the second connection points virtually mark the points of the second longitudinal member 3 at which the second receiving points 9, 9 'are to be created.

The receiving points 8, 8 ', 9, 9' are thereby created such that they are suitable for receiving the ends 6, 7 of the connecting struts 4, 5. The design of the receiving points 8, 8 ', 9, 9', in particular the design of the opening circumference of the receiving points 8, 8 ', 9, 9', takes place in the embodiment shown in FIG. 1 in particular depending on whether a connecting strut alone or whether two connecting struts should be introduced together into a single receiving location or should be introduced. Thus, it is provided in the embodiment shown in FIG. 1 that in a receiving position 8 ', which can be seen in Fig. 1 bottom left, only a vertical connecting strut 4 is inserted with its first end 6. This receiving position 8 'is accordingly a receiving opening with a substantially square circumference, wherein the opening area is only slightly larger than the cross-sectional area of the vertical connecting strut 4, so that the vertical connecting strut 4 already by plugging into the first receiving location 8' of the first Side member 2 is held. The other first receiving points 8 in the first side member 2, however, are created such that in this a vertical connecting strut with its first end 6 and in addition a diagonal connecting strut 5 can be introduced with its first end 6. These first receiving points 8 are accordingly created such that, as the receiving point 8 ', for receiving an end 6 of a vertical connecting strut 4 have a receiving opening with a substantially square circumference, which is followed by an elongated receiving opening with a substantially rectangular circumference Receiving an end 6 of a diagonal connecting strut 5 is created. The embodiment of a first receiving point 8 can be derived in particular from FIG. 2, in which the cutout 25 from FIG. 1 is shown enlarged. Analogously to the first receiving points 8, 8 ', the second receiving points 9, 9' are created in the second longitudinal carrier 3.

In addition, third connection points are determined on the vertical connecting struts 4, which are to be introduced into a receiving point 8. At these third connection points, which are determined at the respective first ends 6 of the vertical connecting struts 4, in each case a diagonal connecting strut 5 is to be additionally connected with its first end 6 to the respective vertical connecting strut 4. For this purpose, third reception points are created at the third connection points. As can be seen from FIG. 2 or FIG. 3 and FIG. 4, which respectively show sectional views of the detail shown in FIG. 2, the third receiving location 10 in the exemplary embodiment is an incision with a substantially rectangular circumference in one side of a respective one first end 6 of a vertical connecting strut 4 introduced. Accordingly, fourth connection points are determined on the vertical connecting struts 4, which are to be introduced into a receiving point 9. This fourth connection point is determined in each case on the side of a vertical connecting strut 4, which is opposite to the side with the third connection point. At these fourth connection points, which are determined at the respective second ends 7 of the vertical connecting struts 4, according to the procedure described above, in each case a diagonal connecting strut 5 with its second end 7 is additionally connected to the respective vertical connecting strut 4. Analogously to the creation of the third receiving points 10, fourth receiving points are created at the second end 7 of the respective vertical connecting struts 4 for this purpose. If the first longitudinal member 2 and the second longitudinal member 3 and the vertical connecting struts 4 provided with the respective receiving points, the vertical connecting struts 4 are inserted with their first ends 6 in the first receiving points 8, 8 '. The vertical connecting struts 4 are held frictionally in the first receiving points 8, 8 '. By the insertion depth of the vertical connecting struts 4 in the receiving points 8, 8 'is determined how far the vertical connecting struts 4 protrude from the receiving points 8, 8'. Those vertical connecting struts 4, which are inserted into the first receiving points 8, are also introduced into the receiving points 8, that the third receiving points 10 of these vertical connecting struts 4 together with the first receiving points 8 form a common receiving point, which is formed substantially at right angles , In this receiving point formed by a first receiving point 8 and a third receiving point 10, a diagonal connecting strut 5 is then introduced with its first end 6. The insertion of the diagonal connecting struts 5 takes place in such a way that the diagonal connecting struts 5 are inserted with their second end 7 in each case a fourth receiving point 11 of a vertical connecting strut 4. The insertion depth can be used to adjust how far the diagonal connecting strut 5 protrudes from the respective receiving location. At least the first receiving point 8 and the third receiving point 10 are created such that the introduced diagonal connecting strut 5 is held frictionally.

Are the vertical connecting struts 4 introduced with their first end 6 in the first receiving points 8, 8 'and the diagonal connecting struts 5 with its first end 6 in the first receiving points 8 and the third receiving points 10 and with its second end 7 in the fourth receiving points eleventh introduced, the vertical connecting struts 4 and the diagonal connecting struts 5 are introduced with its second end 7 in the second receiving points 9, 9 'of the second longitudinal member 3. The second side member 3 is aligned parallel to the first side member 1. The second receiving points 9, 9 'are thereby created so that the second side member 3 is frictionally held on the vertical connecting struts 4 and the diagonal connecting struts 5.

After the longitudinal members 2, 3 and the connecting struts 4, 5 are aligned correctly, the connecting struts 4, 5 are additionally fixed to the longitudinal members 2, 3, by the vertical connecting struts 4 and the diagonal connecting struts 5 with the first Side member 2 and the second side member 3 are welded. In addition, the diagonal connecting struts 5 are welded to the vertical connecting struts 4. The welding takes place in the described embodiment along the receiving points 8, 8 ', 9, 9' 10, II. With the dimensions of the longitudinal members 2, 3 and the connecting struts 4, 5 mentioned at the beginning of the description of the figures, an outer spacing of the first longitudinal member 2 from the second longitudinal member 3 of 1080 mm results by way of example.

In particular, it is provided that a partial segment 1 shown in FIG. 1 is correspondingly larger with longer longitudinal members 2, 3 and a larger number of connecting struts 4, 5. The connecting struts 4, 5 need not be fixed in a strict zigzag arrangement on the longitudinal members 2, 3, as shown in the embodiment shown in FIG. Nevertheless, such a zigzag arrangement represents a particularly advantageous embodiment. A further advantageous embodiment of the invention provides that a partial segment 1 shown in FIG. 1 is expanded by stringing together and connecting, preferably welding, with further partial segments to form a support construction side. A partial segment 1 in this case represents a section of such a support construction side. Further, starting from two sub-segments 1 produced according to the invention, as shown by way of example in FIG. 1, it is intended to connect them via further connecting struts to form a larger sub-segment of a moving walkway or escalator support construction. For this purpose, fifth connection points are respectively determined on the first side member 2 of a first subsegment 1 and on the first side member of a second subsegment (not shown in FIGS. 1 to 4). At this fifth connection points, more connecting struts are then later to be connected with their first end to the first side member 2 of the first part segment 1 and with their second end to the first side member of the second part segment. For this purpose, first fifth receiving points 12, indicated in FIG. 1 by dashed lines, are created at the specific fifth connection points of the first longitudinal member 2 of the first subsegment 1. These fifth receiving points 12 are preferably like the first receiving points 8, 8 'in the first side member 2 as receiving openings by means of a cutting process introduced into the first side member in such a way that they are suitable for receiving the first ends of the further connecting struts. In a corresponding manner, fifth receiving points for receiving the second ends of the other are at the fifth connection points of the first longitudinal member of the second subsegment Connecting struts created. Then, the connecting struts are each inserted with their first ends into the fifth receiving points 12 of the first longitudinal member 2 of the first subsegment 1. The introduced with their first end in the receiving points 12 connecting struts are held by the receiving points frictionally. Then the connecting struts are inserted with their second ends respectively in the fifth receiving points of the first longitudinal member of the second subsegment.

If the first longitudinal carrier 2 of the first subsegment 1 and the first longitudinal carrier of the second subsegment are aligned parallel to one another, the connecting struts are fixed to the first longitudinal carrier 2 of the first subsegment 1 and to the second longitudinal carrier of the second subsegment by welding. In this way, thus, a third sub-segment has been created according to an embodiment of the method according to the invention. The first sub-segment 1 and the second sub-segment 2 thereby form moving-walkway or cus- tom-turret construction sides, while the third sub-segment forms a moving-walkway or cus- tom-turret construction floor.

5 shows an exemplary embodiment of a espagnolette support structure 20 according to the invention. The embodiment of a espagnolette construction 20 shown in FIG. 5 comprises a lower end piece 27, a middle piece 26 and an upper end piece 28. With the end pieces 27, 28, the espagnolette support structure 20 is over Support 23 arranged on floors of a building 24. Furthermore, the escalator construction 20 comprises longitudinal members 2, 3 and connecting struts 4, 5, which are connected to one another in such a way that they form a support construction base 21 and support construction sides 22. The support construction sides 22 of the end pieces 27, 28 and of the center piece 26 are produced according to an embodiment variant of the method according to the invention. That is, the espad support structure has a plurality of sub-segments connected together to the support structure, preferably by welding.

A sub-segment, for example a carrying-construction side 22 of the center piece 26, has a first longitudinal carrier 2, a second longitudinal carrier 3 and vertical connecting struts 4 and diagonal connecting struts 5. As already explained by way of example with reference to FIG. 1, the connecting struts 4, 5 each have a first end and a second end, with which the connecting struts 4, 5 are respectively inserted into a receiving position of the side members and fixed to the respective side member , Different arrangements of vertical connecting struts 4 and diagonal connecting struts 5 in the Carrying construction pages 22 are intended to illustrate that the arrangement or the arrangement order of the connecting struts can be kept variable without departing from the invention. In particular, it can be provided that, as already explained, a support construction floor 21 can be produced as a third subsegment from two support construction sides 22 as the first and second subsegments. As shown in FIG. 5, however, vertical support struts 4 may instead be placed between the support construction sides 22 and, for example, welded to the connection struts 4, 5 of the support construction sides 22 as support structure floor 21.

The exemplary embodiments illustrated in the figures and explained in connection therewith serve to explain the invention and are not restrictive of it.

LIST OF REFERENCE NUMBERS

1 sub-segment of an escalator or moving walkway construction

2 first side member

3 second side member

 4 vertical connecting strut

 5 diagonal connecting strut

 6 first end of a connecting strut

 7 second end of a connecting strut

8, 8 'first receiving point

 9, 9 'second receiving point

 10 third intake

 11 fourth reception location

 12 fifth intake point

20 escalator support structure

 21 Carrying construction floor

 22 Carrying construction side

 23 supports

 24 building section

25 section

 26 centerpiece

 27 lower tail

 28 upper end piece

Claims

Method for producing at least one subsegment (1) of a moving walk or escalator support structure (20), such a subsegment (1) comprising a first longitudinal member (2), a second longitudinal member (3) and connecting struts (4, 5), wherein the connecting struts (4, 5) each have a first end (6) and a second end (7),
characterized in that
on the first longitudinal member (2) first connection points are determined, at which the connecting struts (4, 5) are to be connected at its first end (6) to the first longitudinal member (2);
at the first connection points first receiving points (8), in particular first receiving openings, for receiving the first ends (6) of the connecting struts (4, 5) are provided;
the connecting struts (4, 5) are each inserted with their first ends (6) in the first receiving points (8); and that
the connecting struts (4, 5) are each fixed to the first longitudinal member (2). Method according to claim 1, characterized in that
on the second longitudinal member (3) second connection points are determined, at which the connecting struts (4, 5) with its second end (7) to be connected to the second longitudinal member (3);
second receiving points (9), in particular second receiving openings, for receiving the second ends (7) of the connecting struts (4, 5) are provided at the second connecting points;
the connecting struts (4, 5) are inserted with their second ends (7) in each case in the second receiving points (9); and that
the connecting struts (4, 5) are each fixed to the second longitudinal member (3).
A method according to claim 1 or claim 2, characterized in that as
Connecting struts vertical connecting struts (4) and diagonal connecting struts (5) are used, wherein the vertical connecting struts (4) vertical to the first side member (2) and vertical to the second side member (3) aligned with the first side member (2) and the second Side members (3) are fixed and the diagonal connecting struts (5) diagonally between the first Longitudinal support (2) and the second longitudinal member (3) aligned with the first side member (2) and the second side member (3) are fixed.
A method according to claim 3, characterized in that
on the vertical connecting struts (4) in each case a third connection point is determined, at each of which a diagonal connecting strut (5) with its first end (6) is additionally to be connected to the vertical connecting strut (4);
at the third connection points of the vertical connecting struts (5) third
Receiving points (10), in particular third receiving openings, for receiving the first ends (6) of the diagonal connecting struts (5) are provided;
the diagonal connecting struts (5) with their first ends (6) are each additionally introduced into the third receiving points (10) of the vertical connecting struts (4).
A method according to claim 4, characterized in that
on the vertical connecting struts (4) in each case a fourth connection point is determined, at each of which a diagonal connecting strut (5) with its second end (7) is additionally to be connected to the vertical connecting strut (4);
fourth receiving points (11), in particular fourth receiving openings, for receiving the second ends (7) of the diagonal connecting struts (5) are provided at the fourth connecting points of the vertical connecting struts (4); and that the diagonal connecting struts (5) with their second ends (7) are additionally inserted into the fourth receiving points (11) of the vertical connecting struts (4).
A method according to claim 4 or claim 5, characterized in that the third receiving points (10) and / or the fourth receiving points (11) of the vertical connecting struts (4) are provided such that these together with one of the receiving points (8, 9) the longitudinal members (2, 3) form a common receiving point for receiving the respective ends (6, 7) of the diagonal connecting struts (5).
Method according to one of claims 4 to 6, characterized in that the diagonal connecting struts (5) and the vertical connecting struts (4) are fixed together. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that on the first longitudinal member (2) of a first subsegment (1) and on the first longitudinal member (2) of a second subsegment (1) in each case fifth connection points are determined, on which further connecting struts (4 5) with its first end (6) to be connected to the first longitudinal member (2) of the first subsegment (1) and with its second end (7) to the first longitudinal member (2) of the second subsegment (1);
 at the fifth connection points of the first longitudinal member (2) of the first subsegment
(1) fifth receiving points, in particular fifth receiving openings, for receiving the first ends (6) of the further connecting struts (4, 5) are provided;
 at the fifth connection points of the first longitudinal member (2) of the second
Subsegments (1) fifth receiving points, in particular fifth receiving openings, for
Receiving the second ends (7) of the further connecting struts (4, 5) are provided;
 the connecting struts (4, 5) are each inserted with their first ends (6) into the fifth receiving points of the first longitudinal member (2) of the first subsegment (1);
 the connecting struts (4, 5) are inserted with their second ends (7) respectively into the fifth receiving points of the first longitudinal member (2) of the second subsegment (1); and that
 the connecting struts (4, 5) are fixed to the first longitudinal beam (2) of the first subsegment (1) and the connecting struts (4, 5) are fixed to the first longitudinal beam (2) of the second subsegment (1).
Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the distance between the longitudinal members (2, 3) by the insertion depth of the connecting struts (4, 5) in the receiving points (8, 9, 10, 11) is adjusted.
Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that hollow sections, in particular square tubes, are used as the first longitudinal members (2) and / or as second longitudinal members (3) and / or as connecting struts (4, 5).
11. The method according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the fixing of the connecting struts (4, 5) takes place by welding.
12. Moving walkway or tripod support structure (20) comprising longitudinal members (2, 3) and connecting struts (4, 5), which are connected to one another such that they form a support structure floor (21) and support construction sides (22), characterized by at least one sub-segment ( 1), which comprises a first longitudinal member (2), a second longitudinal member (3) and connecting struts (4, 5) each having a first end (6) and a second end (7), the first longitudinal member (2 ) has first receiving points (8), in which the connecting struts (4, 5) are each introduced with their first end (6), and wherein the connecting struts (4, 5) are fixed to the first side member (2).
13. Moving walkway or tripod support structure (20) according to claim 12, characterized in that the second longitudinal carrier (3) second receiving points (9), in which the connecting struts (4, 5) are respectively inserted with its second end (7), wherein the connecting struts (4, 5) are fixed to the second longitudinal carrier (3).
14. Movable walkway or tripod support structure (20) according to claim 12 or claim 13, characterized by vertical connecting struts (4) and diagonal connecting struts (5) as connecting struts, wherein the vertical connecting struts (4) vertical to the first side member (2) and vertical to the second side member (3) aligned with the first side member (2) and the second side member
Longitudinal members (3) are fixed and the diagonal connecting struts (5) are diagonally fixed between the first longitudinal member (2) and the second longitudinal member (3) aligned with the first longitudinal member (2) and the second longitudinal member (3). 15. Moving walkway or tripod support structure (20) according to claim 14, characterized in that a first number of vertical connecting struts (4) third receiving points (10), wherein a first number of diagonal connecting struts (5) with their first ends (6) each in addition in the third receiving points (10) of the vertical connecting struts (4) is inserted.
16. Movable walkway or tripod support structure (20) according to claim 15 or claim 16, characterized in that a second number of vertical connecting struts (4) fourth receiving points (11), wherein a second number of diagonal connecting struts (5) each with their second ends ( 7) is additionally inserted into the fourth receiving points (11) of the vertical connecting struts (4).
17. Moving walkway or tripod support structure (20) according to any one of claims 12 to 16, characterized by a plurality of sub-segments (1),
 wherein the first longitudinal carrier (2) of a first subsegment (1), which at least one
Section of a first support construction side (22), and the first side rail (2) of a second subsegment (1), which forms at least a portion of a second
Carrying support side (22) forms, each having fifth receiving points;
 wherein further connecting struts (4, 5) with their first ends (6) each in the fifth
Receiving points of the first longitudinal member (2) of the first subsegment (1) are inserted;
 these connecting struts (4, 5) with their second ends (7) in each case in the fifth receiving points of the first longitudinal member (2) of the second subsegment (1) are inserted;
 wherein the connecting struts (4, 5) are fixed to the first longitudinal member (2) of the first subsegment (1) and the connecting struts (4, 5) are fixed to the first longitudinal member (2) of the second subsegment (1) such that a third sub-segment is formed, which forms at least a portion of a supporting structure floor (21).
Moving walkway or tripod support structure (20) according to any one of claims 12 b 17, characterized in that the longitudinal members (2, 3) and / or d connecting struts (4, 5) hollow beam, in particular square tubes, are.
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