WO2017174932A1 - Chair for a ski lift installation - Google Patents

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WO2017174932A1
WO2017174932A1 PCT/FR2017/050806 FR2017050806W WO2017174932A1 WO 2017174932 A1 WO2017174932 A1 WO 2017174932A1 FR 2017050806 W FR2017050806 W FR 2017050806W WO 2017174932 A1 WO2017174932 A1 WO 2017174932A1
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DE GIVRY Eric CLEMENT
Ludovic BIBOLLET-RUCHE
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    • B61B12/002Cabins; Ski-lift seats

Abstract

The invention relates to a chair (2) comprising a seat (6) including at least one seat pan (7) on which a passenger can sit, and at least one ski pole retaining device (19).

Description

Seat for a mechanical lift installation

The present invention relates to a seat for a mechanical lift installation, such as a chair lift for an overhead cable transportation installation.

A chair lift of an aerial ropeway transport installation, comprising in known manner:

- a folder, and a seat comprising several portions seat on each of which a passenger can sit, and

- a guard comprising a safety bar, the guard rail being mounted to move between a raised position and a lowered position, the railings being configured such that when the guard rail is in the lowered position, safety bar extends at least partly in front of the passengers seated on the seat parts.

A disadvantage of such a chairlift is the fact that a passenger should take or wear his ski poles during its entire trip on the chairlift to avoid falling. Thus, a passenger can not for instance take full advantage of his trip on the chairlift to relax. In addition, a passenger can not easily perform certain actions normally require the use of both hands, such as adjusting her outfit or her glasses or grasp objects placed in his pockets, such as a smart phone. Moreover, the path of a passenger may be even more uncomfortable when accompanied by one or more children and that he must be concerned with their ski poles.

The present invention aims to overcome these drawbacks.

The technical problem underlying the invention to provide a seat for a mechanical lift installation which is simple and economic structure, while ensuring a comfortable passenger.

To this end, the present invention relates to a seat, such as a chairlift, for a mechanical lift installation, such as an aerial cable transport installation, the seat the seat comprising a squab comprising:

- at least a seat portion on which a passenger can sit, and

- at least one ski stick retainer.

The presence of such a ski stick retainer allows a passenger to be able to removably attach his ski poles on the seat and thus does not care about his ski poles for the duration of its path on the seat. These provisions thus help improve the comfort of a passenger, especially when accompanied by children who may also set their sticks on the seat.

The seat may also have one or more of the following characteristics, taken alone or in combination.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the at least one ski stick retainer is disposed adjacent the at least one seat part.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the at least one ski stick retainer is disposed near a front edge of the seat.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the at least one ski stick retainer includes a retainer configured notch for receiving at least in part and holding at least one ski pole.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the retaining recess has two side walls and a bottom wall, two side walls being configured to cooperate, for example by friction with at least one ski pole received in the retaining notch.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the retaining slot has a width which decreases towards the bottom wall.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the two sidewalls are inclined with respect to one another.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the retaining notch has a cross section substantially V

According to one embodiment of the invention, the at least one ski stick retainer includes a retaining portion having the retaining slot, the retaining portion being formed at least partly of elastically deformable material.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the retaining portion is made of an elastomer, polyurethane or any other suitable resiliently deformable material.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the seat comprises a plurality of parts seat arranged alongside one another, the at least one ski stick retainer being disposed between two adjacent base portions.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the at least one ski stick retainer is disposed between the front edges of two adjacent base portions. According to one embodiment of the invention, at least one of the sidewalls, and for example, each side wall, comprises at least one retaining member, such as a pin retainer configured to cooperate frictionally with a stick Ski received in the retaining notch.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the bottom wall of the retaining groove is inclined with respect to the horizontal and with respect to the vertical.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the retaining slot has a minimum width smaller than the diameter of a ski pole.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the retaining slot advantageously has a depth greater than or equal to twice the diameter of a ski pole.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the seat further comprises two side arms connected to the seat part.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the seat further includes a backrest.

According to another embodiment of the invention, the seat further comprises a folder having a first cross folder and a second cross folder, the first and second folder crossbeams being spaced relative to each other and the first cross back being disposed above the second rail folder.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the backrest and the at least one ski stick retainer are shaped so that when at least one ski stick is retained by the at least one retainer ski pole, said ski pole is inclined with respect to the vertical and is able to bear, depending on its size, the first cross folder or the second cross-folder.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the at least one ski stick retainer includes two reinforcing elements arranged on either side of the retaining part and fixed on the seat cushion.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the retaining notch is upwardly open.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the retaining slot extends substantially perpendicularly to the seat extension direction.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the seat further comprises a railing comprising a safety bar and at least one support member attached to the safety bar and extending transversely to the safety bar, the guard -Corps being mounted mobile between a raised position and a lowered position, the safety bar being configured to extend at least partially in front of a passenger sitting on the at least one seat part when the guard rail is in the lowered position, and the at least one support member being configured to extend between the legs of a passenger seated on the at least one seat part when the guard rail is in the lowered position.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the retaining slot extends transversely to the safety bar, for example substantially perpendicular to the safety bar.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the railing is configured such that when the guard rail is in the lowered position, the safety bar extends transversely at least partially above the at least one seat part, and at least one support member extends downwardly and in front of a central portion of the at least one seat part.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the at least one support member comprises a first footrest and a second footrest that are configured to be vertically offset relative to each other when the guards body is in the lowered position. Such a configuration of the first and second footrest ensures comfort to a passenger small, since it can easily rest his feet or his skis on the higher footrest of the first and second footrests feet while leaning against the seat back. These provisions thus help to increase passenger comfort in small sizes, while ensuring high security.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the first and second footrest is configured so that the first footrest is disposed at a higher elevation than the second footrest when the guardrail is in the position lowered, the first footrest having a lateral dimension less than the lateral dimension of the second footrest. Such a configuration of the first and second footrest can limit the risk of conflicts between the first footrest and the shoes of a passenger tall when it rests feet or skis on the second footrest.

According to one embodiment of the invention, each of the first and second footrest extends laterally on either side of the at least one support member. According to one embodiment of the invention, the first and second footrest is configured to be horizontally offset relative to each other when the guard rail is in the lowered position.

According to one embodiment of the invention, each of the first and second footrest is centered with respect to the at least one support member.

According to one embodiment of the invention, each of the first and second footrest extends substantially parallel to the security bar.

According to one embodiment of the invention, each of the first and second footrest is elongate, the first footrest having a length less than the length of the second footrest.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the first footrest has a first support portion and a second support portion extending from either side of at least a respective support member, and the second footrest has a first support portion and a second support portion extending respectively on either side of the at least one support member.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the first and second bearing portions of the first footrest are shorter respectively than the first and second bearing portions of the second footrest.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the first and second bearing portions of the first footrest have substantially the same length, and the first and second bearing portions of the second footrest have substantially the same length.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the at least one support member comprises a support portion configured to abut against the at least one seat part when the guard rail is in the lowered position.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the bearing portion provided on the at least one support member is configured to bear against the front edge of the at least one seat part, when the railing is in the lowered position.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the at least one support member is elongated and curved in its longitudinal direction.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the at least one support member extends substantially perpendicular to the safety bar.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the at least one seat part has a passage recess for the passage of at least one leg of a passenger sitting on the at least one seat part, the touring recess being configured such that the at least one seat portion has a seat depth that varies along at least a portion of the width of the at least one seat part. The presence of such a notch passage on the at least one seat part to define, in the extended area of ​​the passage recess, a seat depth smaller and therefore allow a child or small adult can bend his knees while leaning against the seat back. These provisions thus help to increase passenger comfort in small sizes, while ensuring high security.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the passage recess is intended for the passage of two legs of a passenger seated on the at least one seat part.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the passage recess has a depth which varies along the width of the at least one seat part. Such a configuration of the passage notch makes it possible firstly to define a seat depth smaller in a first predetermined portion of the at least one seat portion and thus allow a passenger of small power bend its knees while leaning against the backrest, and secondly to maintain, in a second predetermined portion of the at least one seat part, a conventional seat depth for a standard small passenger.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the passage recess extends over the entire thickness of the at least one seat part.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the at least one seat part comprises a rear edge and a front edge opposite to the respective trailing edge, the trailing edge of the at least one seat part being adjacent to a the seat.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the passage recess is located in a front edge of the at least one seat part. Thus, the front edge of the at least one seat portion is curved so as to define the passage recess.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the passage recess has a central portion and two lateral portions arranged on either side of the central portion, the central portion being deeper than both side portions.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the depth of the passage recess is greater in the central portion of the at least one seat part. According to one embodiment of the invention, the ratio of the maximum depth of the through recess on the maximum depth of the at least one seat part is between 0.10 and 0.35.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the ratio of the maximum width of the passage notch on the maximum width of the at least one seat part is between 0.5 and 1.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the passage notch is centered with respect to the at least one seat part.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the passage recess has a curvilinear profile.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the maximum distance between the passage recess and the railing of the safety bar in the lowered position is less than 25 cm.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the seat is disengaged, and preferably comprises a clamp disengageable coupling for coupling the seat to a towing cable.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the at least one support member is a support bar.

According to one embodiment of the invention, the railing comprises a plurality of supporting elements offset from each other. Advantageously, each support member is associated with a respective seat part.

According to one embodiment of the invention, each seating portion comprises a notch passage for the passage of at least one leg of a passenger sitting on the respective seat part, each notch passage being configured such so that the respective seat portion has a seat depth that varies along at least a portion of the width of the respective seat part.

In any case the invention will be better understood using the following description with reference to the accompanying drawings showing by way of example, one embodiment of this seat.

Figure 1 is a partial perspective view of a chair lift according to the present invention.

Figure 2 is a top view of the chair lift of Figure 1.

Figure 3 is a side view of the chair lift of Figure 1. Figures 4 and 5 are views, on an enlarged scale, of two alternative embodiments of a ski stick retainer belonging to the chair lift of Figure 1 .

Figure 6 is a sectional view along the line VI-VI of Figure 3. Figures 1 to 6 show a chair lift for a two overhead cable transportation installation.

As shown more particularly in Figures 1 and 2, the chair lift 2 comprises a support structure 3 having a support hoop 4 and a bracket 5 on which is fixed the support arch 4. The chair lift 2 may further comprise a clamp disengageable coupling (not shown in the figures) fixed to the bracket 5 and for coupling the chair lift 2 to a traction cable of the conveyor.

Chairlift 2 further comprises a seat 6 multipart seat 7 arranged adjacent to one another. Each seat portion 7 comprises a seat surface on which a passenger can sit. According to the embodiment shown in the figures, the seat 6 includes six parts seat 7. However, the seat 6 could comprise a different number of seat portions 7, for example two, three, four or five parts seat 7.

Chairlift 2 also includes a folder 8. According to the embodiment shown in the figures, the file 8 has a first cross folder 9 and a second cross back 11 substantially parallel and spaced from each other, the first through file 9 being disposed above the second rail back 11.

Each seat portion 7 comprises a rear edge adjacent to the file 8 7a and 7b a front edge opposite the rear edge 7a respectively. Advantageously, the front edge 7b of each seat part 7 has a through notch 12 for passage of the legs of a passenger sitting on the respective seat portion 7.

Advantageously, each passing notch 12 has a curvilinear profile and a depth that varies along the width of the respective seat portion 7. According to the embodiment shown in the figures, the depth of each passage 12 of recess is greater in the central portion of the seat portion 7 in the respective side portions of the respective seat portion 7.

The ratio of the maximum depth of each passage indentation 12 on the maximum depth of the seat part 7 respectively can for example be between 0.10 and 0.35, for example between 0.15 and 0.25, and the ratio of the maximum width of each passage 12 to recess the maximum width of the respective seat part 7 can for example be between 0.5 and 1, for example between 0.80 and 1.

According to the embodiment shown in the figures, each pass of notch 12 is centered with respect to the respective seat part 7 and extends over the entire thickness of the respective seat portion 7.

Such a configuration of each passage 12 of notch makes it possible firstly to define, in the central portion of the seat part 7 respective seat depth smaller and therefore allow a child, who thighs more short but at shorter legs can bend its knees while leaning against the folder 8, and secondly to maintain, in the side portions of the seat part 7 respectively, a conventional seat depth for an adult whose thighs are longer and the legs are apart.

The chair lift 2 comprises a railing 13 having a safety bar 14. The railing 13 is pivotally mounted about a pivot axis between a lowered position (see Figure 1) in which the safety bar 14 extends in front of the passengers sitting on the chair lift 2, and a raised position. Advantageously, when the handrail 13 is in the lowered position, the maximum distance between each pass of notch 12 and the safety bar 14 is less than 25 cm.

The railing 13 further comprises a plurality of support bars 15 each associated with a respective seat portion 7, and each fixed to the safety bar 14. Each support bar 15 extends from the safety bar 14 and extends perpendicular to the safety bar 14. Each support bar 15 is configured to extend between the legs of a user seated on the seat portion 7 when the respective guardrail 13 is in the position lowered. More particularly, each support bar 15 is configured to extend downwardly and in front of a central portion of the seat portion 7 when the respective guardrail 13 is in the lowered position. According to the embodiment shown in the figures, each support bar 15 is curved in its longitudinal direction.

Each support bar 15 has a supporting portion 16 configured to abut against the seat 7 respective portion, and more particularly against the front edge 7b of the respective seat portion 7, when the handrail 13 is in the lowered position.

Each support bar 15 comprises a first footrest 17, also called rest skis, and a second footrest 18, also called rest skis offset with respect to one another and extending substantially parallel to the safety bar 14. the first and second footrest 17, 18 of each support rod 15 are disposed so that when the guard rail 13 is in the lowered position, the first footrest 17 of each bar support 15 is disposed at a higher elevation than the second footrest 18 respectively. According to the embodiment shown in the figures, the first and second footrest 17, 18 of each support bar 15 are also arranged so that when the guard rail 13 is in the lowered position, the first footrests legs 17 of each support rod 15 is horizontally offset from the second footrest 18 respectively. However, the first and second footrest 17, 18 of each support bar 15 could extend vertically one above the other when the handrail 13 is in the lowered position.

Advantageously, the first footrest 17 of each supporting bar 15 has a lateral dimension less than the lateral dimension of the second footrest 18 respectively. Advantageously, the first and second footrest 17, 18 of each support rod 15 are respectively centered relative to the respective support rod 15, and extend laterally respectively on either side of the support bar 15 respectively.

According to the embodiment shown in the figures, each first footrest 17 includes a first portion 17a and a second support bearing portion 17b extending on either side of the respective support bar 15 respectively, and each second footrest 18 includes a first bearing portion 18a and a second bearing portion 18b extending on either side of the respective support bar 15 respectively. Advantageously, the first and second bearing portions 17a, 17b of each first footrest 17 are shorter than the first and second bearing portions 18a, 18b of each second footrest 18.

A configuration of the first and second footrest 17, 18 serves firstly to ensure optimal comfort for small passengers as they can rest their feet or their skis on the first footrest 17, and Moreover reduce the risk of conflict between the first footrest 17 and the large passenger shoes when they rest their feet or their skis on the second footrest 18.

Chairlift 2 further comprises several ski stick retainers 19 fixed on the seat 6 of the chair lift 2, and each disposed between two adjacent parts of seat 7, more particularly between the front edges 7b of two parts of seat 7 adjacent. The presence of such ski pole retainers 19 enables passengers to be able to releasably secure their ski poles on the seat 6, and therefore not worrying ski poles during the path on the chairlift 2. These provisions thus help to further improve the comfort of passengers, especially those with children.

As shown more particularly in Figure 4, each ski pole retainer 19 includes a retaining portion 21 made of elastically deformable material, for example elastomer. The retaining part 21 is provided with a notch 22 open retaining upwardly and configured to receive at least partially and retaining two ski poles 25. Thus, each retainer groove 22 has a depth greater than or equal to twice the diameter of a ski pole 25.

Each retaining notch 22 includes two side walls 22a and a bottom wall 22b. According to the embodiment shown in the figures, the two side walls 22a of each retaining notch 22 are inclined with respect to one another such that each retaining slot 22 has a cross section in plan of section perpendicular to the extending direction of the notch 22 of respective retaining substantially V and a width which decreases towards the respective bottom wall 22b.

Advantageously, each retaining notch 22 extends perpendicular to the safety bar 14, and has a minimum width smaller than the diameter of a ski pole 25.

As shown in Figures 4 to 6, each lateral wall 22a of each 22 retaining notch may be substantially smooth (see Figure 4), or comprise retaining elements, such as retaining pins (see Figures 5 and 6) configured to cooperate by friction with a ski pole 25 received in the respective retaining notch 22.

According to the embodiment shown in the figures, each ski pole retainer 19 includes two reinforcing elements 23, for example designed as reinforcing plates, arranged on either side of the respective holding part 21 and for fixing the respective ski stick 19 of restraint on the seat 6 of the chair lift 2, for example by means of fastening screws 24.

According to the embodiment shown in the figures, each ski pole retainer 19 is configured such that when a ski pole 25 is received in and retained by a ski pole retainer 19, said stick ski 25 is inclined relative to the vertical and is adapted to rest on back 8 of the chair lift 2, and for example on the first cross file 9 for a ski pole 25 large and on the second rail folder 11 for a ski pole 25 small.

It goes without saying that the invention is not limited to the single embodiment of this seat, described above as an example, she encompasses all the variants.

Claims

1. Seat (2), such as a chairlift, for a mechanical lift installation, such as an aerial cable transport installation, the seat (2) comprising a seat (6) comprising:
- at least one seat part (7) on which a passenger can sit, and
- at least one ski stick retainer (19).
2. Seat according to claim 1, wherein the at least one ski stick retainer (19) is arranged near a front edge of the seat (6).
3. Seat according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the at least one ski stick retainer (19) includes a retaining notch (22) configured to receive and at least partially retain at least one ski pole .
4. Seat according to claim 3, wherein the retaining slot (22) comprises two side walls (22a) and a bottom wall (22b), both sidewalls (22a) being configured to cooperate with at least a stick Ski received in the retaining slot (22).
5. Seat according to claim 4, wherein the retaining slot (22) has a width which decreases towards the bottom wall (22b).
6. Seat according to any one of claims 3 to 5, wherein the at least one ski stick retainer (19) comprises a retaining portion (21) having the retaining slot (22), the retaining portion (21) being made at least partly of elastically deformable material.
7. Seat according to any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein the seat (6) consists of several parts of seat (7) disposed alongside one another, the at least one stick retainer Ski (19) being disposed between two seat portions (7) adjacent.
8. A seat according to claim 7, wherein the at least one ski stick retainer (19) is arranged between the front edges of both sides of seat (7) adjacent.
9. Seat according to any one of claims 1 to 8, which further comprises a back (8) having a first cross back (9) and a second rail back (11), the first and second folder webs ( 9, 11) being spaced relative to each other and the first cross back (9) being disposed above the second rail back (11).
10. Seat according to claim 9, wherein the backrest (8) and the at least one ski stick retainer (19) are shaped so that when at least one ski stick is retained by the at least one ski stick retainer (19), said ski pole is inclined with respect to the vertical and is able to bear, depending on its size, the first cross back (9) or the second rail back (11).
11. Seat according to any one of claims 1 to 10, which further comprises a guardrail (13) comprising a safety rod (14) and at least one support member (15) secured to the safety bar ( 14) and extending transversely to the safety bar (14), the railing (13) being mounted movably between a raised position and a lowered position, the safety bar (14) being configured to extend at least partly in front of a passenger sitting on the at least one seat part (7) when the safety bar (13) is in the lowered position, and the at least one support member (15) being configured to s' extend between the legs of a passenger seated on the at least one seat part (7) when the safety bar (13) is in the lowered position.
12. Seat according to claim 11, wherein the at least one support member (15) comprises a first foot rest (17) and a second footrest
(18) that are configured to be vertically offset relative to one another when the guard rail (13) is in the lowered position.
13. Seat according to any one of claims 1 to 12, wherein the at least one seat part (7) comprises a passage recess (12) for the passage of at least one leg of a seated passenger on the at least one seat part (7), the through recess (12) being configured such that the at least one seat part (7) has a seat depth that varies along the least a portion of the width of the at least one seat part (7).
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FR2808701A1 (en) * 2000-05-15 2001-11-16 Ortega Oscar Palacio Ski pole fixing device comprises elastic clip fixed to pole with median restriction which separates upper and lower widened zones and allows insertion of clip on chair lift protection bar
FR2854853A1 (en) * 2003-05-13 2004-11-19 Pomagalski Sa Lift seat on aerial cable way has additional safety device in form of raised projection that fits between person's legs
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