WO2022189708A1 - Mounting support for element - Google Patents

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WO2022189708A1
WO2022189708A1 PCT/FI2022/050157 FI2022050157W WO2022189708A1 WO 2022189708 A1 WO2022189708 A1 WO 2022189708A1 FI 2022050157 W FI2022050157 W FI 2022050157W WO 2022189708 A1 WO2022189708 A1 WO 2022189708A1
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Dennis SUNDSTRÖM
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Stedox Ab Oy
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04GSCAFFOLDING; FORMS; SHUTTERING; BUILDING IMPLEMENTS OR AIDS, OR THEIR USE; HANDLING BUILDING MATERIALS ON THE SITE; REPAIRING, BREAKING-UP OR OTHER WORK ON EXISTING BUILDINGS
    • E04G21/00Preparing, conveying, or working-up building materials or building elements in situ; Other devices or measures for constructional work
    • E04G21/24Safety or protective measures preventing damage to building parts or finishing work during construction
    • E04G21/26Strutting means for wall parts; Supports or the like, e.g. for holding in position prefabricated walls
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04BGENERAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS; WALLS, e.g. PARTITIONS; ROOFS; FLOORS; CEILINGS; INSULATION OR OTHER PROTECTION OF BUILDINGS
    • E04B2/00Walls, e.g. partitions, for buildings; Wall construction with regard to insulation; Connections specially adapted to walls
    • E04B2/72Non-load-bearing walls of elements of relatively thin form with respect to the thickness of the wall
    • E04B2/721Non-load-bearing walls of elements of relatively thin form with respect to the thickness of the wall connections specially adapted therefor
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04CSTRUCTURAL ELEMENTS; BUILDING MATERIALS
    • E04C2/00Building elements of relatively thin form for the construction of parts of buildings, e.g. sheet materials, slabs, or panels
    • E04C2/02Building elements of relatively thin form for the construction of parts of buildings, e.g. sheet materials, slabs, or panels characterised by specified materials
    • E04C2/04Building elements of relatively thin form for the construction of parts of buildings, e.g. sheet materials, slabs, or panels characterised by specified materials of concrete or other stone-like material; of asbestos cement; of cement and other mineral fibres
    • E04C2/044Building elements of relatively thin form for the construction of parts of buildings, e.g. sheet materials, slabs, or panels characterised by specified materials of concrete or other stone-like material; of asbestos cement; of cement and other mineral fibres of concrete
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04CSTRUCTURAL ELEMENTS; BUILDING MATERIALS
    • E04C2/00Building elements of relatively thin form for the construction of parts of buildings, e.g. sheet materials, slabs, or panels
    • E04C2/44Building elements of relatively thin form for the construction of parts of buildings, e.g. sheet materials, slabs, or panels characterised by the purpose
    • E04C2/46Building elements of relatively thin form for the construction of parts of buildings, e.g. sheet materials, slabs, or panels characterised by the purpose specially adapted for making walls
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04GSCAFFOLDING; FORMS; SHUTTERING; BUILDING IMPLEMENTS OR AIDS, OR THEIR USE; HANDLING BUILDING MATERIALS ON THE SITE; REPAIRING, BREAKING-UP OR OTHER WORK ON EXISTING BUILDINGS
    • E04G11/00Forms, shutterings, or falsework for making walls, floors, ceilings, or roofs
    • E04G11/06Forms, shutterings, or falsework for making walls, floors, ceilings, or roofs for walls, e.g. curved end panels for wall shutterings; filler elements for wall shutterings; shutterings for vertical ducts
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04GSCAFFOLDING; FORMS; SHUTTERING; BUILDING IMPLEMENTS OR AIDS, OR THEIR USE; HANDLING BUILDING MATERIALS ON THE SITE; REPAIRING, BREAKING-UP OR OTHER WORK ON EXISTING BUILDINGS
    • E04G17/00Connecting or other auxiliary members for forms, falsework structures, or shutterings
    • E04G17/14Bracing or strutting arrangements for formwalls; Devices for aligning forms
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04GSCAFFOLDING; FORMS; SHUTTERING; BUILDING IMPLEMENTS OR AIDS, OR THEIR USE; HANDLING BUILDING MATERIALS ON THE SITE; REPAIRING, BREAKING-UP OR OTHER WORK ON EXISTING BUILDINGS
    • E04G25/00Shores or struts; Chocks
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04BGENERAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS; WALLS, e.g. PARTITIONS; ROOFS; FLOORS; CEILINGS; INSULATION OR OTHER PROTECTION OF BUILDINGS
    • E04B1/00Constructions in general; Structures which are not restricted either to walls, e.g. partitions, or floors or ceilings or roofs
    • E04B1/02Structures consisting primarily of load-supporting, block-shaped, or slab-shaped elements
    • E04B1/04Structures consisting primarily of load-supporting, block-shaped, or slab-shaped elements the elements consisting of concrete, e.g. reinforced concrete, or other stone-like material

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  • the present invention relates to a device of the kind indicated in the preamble of claim 1.
  • a device is particularly intended to be used for the installation of elements, and is particularly suitable for the installation of concrete base and wall elements.
  • Prior art includes base and wall elements in concrete with as- sembly supports comprising at least one telescopically extendable wall bracket and end brackets arranged thereon. When the element is lifted into place, it is sup ported by these wall braces, which are attached to the element and to the surround ing base by bolted joints. The element can be fixed to its support by welding before a protective concreting of the joint is performed.
  • the prior art solution is cumbersome, involves several opera tions, and is time consuming. In addition, screw holes are created in the building structures which may require additional repair work.
  • the invention thus provides an easily manageable support arrangement which is easy and quick to use and that can re place several previous operations.
  • the device described in the present invention achieves several significant advantages over the prior art. Thus, it is possible to substantially sim plify the installation of a building’s base units or basement wall units replacing such base units.
  • figure 1 shows a first advantageous embodiment of the present mounting support seen from the side and with its sleeve in intersection
  • figure 2 shows a second advantageous embodiment of the pre sent mounting support seen from the side and with its support bar in intersection
  • figure 3 shows a third advantageous embodiment of the present mounting support seen from the side and with its support bar in partial intersec tion
  • figure 4 shows a fourth advantageous embodiment of the pre sent mounting support seen from the side
  • figure 5 shows a fifth advantageous embodiment of the present mounting support seen from the side
  • figure 6 shows a sixth advantageous embodiment of the present mounting support seen from the side
  • figure 7 shows a first alternative embodiment of a coupling de vice to be used in conjunction with the present mounting support with reference to detail A of Figure 1 and viewed from the side
  • figure 8 shows a second alternative embodiment of a coupling device with reference to detail A of Figure 1, viewed from the side and with the coupling device in cross-section
  • figure 9 shows a third alternative embodiment of a coupling de vice with reference to detail A of Figure 1, viewed from the side and with the cou pling device in cross-section, and
  • figure 10 shows a fourth alternative embodiment of a coupling device with reference to detail A of Figure 1, viewed from the side and with the coupling device in cross-section.
  • the present mounting support 1 for mounting vertically ori ented elements 2 comprises two main parts, firstly an arm oriented substantially vertically when the mounting support is used 3, and secondly a laterally, i.e. sub stantially horizontally, displaceable support brace 4 which, by being connected to the element, gives it the desired stability in both the horizontal and vertical direc tions.
  • the arm is anchored to a coupling device 5 arranged in, as such, a prior art manner, on or to a base 6 on which the mounting of the element is in progress.
  • Such anchorages referred to by detail A in Figure 1, are shown in detail in Figures 7 to 10.
  • FIGS. 1 - 6 show principled and advantageous solutions for the present mounting support 1.
  • the figures show a mounting support only on 2 one side of the vertically oriented element. Often a second corresponding mounting support can also be used on the opposite side of the element.
  • the outer sup porting end 4 of the support brace 8 can be provided with a collar (not shown) which is attached to the vertical side of the element 9 with, for example, a screw joint.
  • the support brace can be provided with two parallel gripping rods, which are operated to lie on either side of the element, thus gripping and sta bilising it in its vertical orientation.
  • the figures 1-6 do not describe in detail how the arm 3 is anchored to a coupling device 5 arranged to the base.
  • Figure 1 thus shows a solution of the mounting support 1 com prising a substantially vertically oriented arm 3 and a support brace 4 arranged thereon with a laterally protruding slot 10, slidably arranged in and at least par tially protected surrounded by a sleeve 11.
  • a slide is arranged to be laterally displaceable relative to the sleeve arranged to the arm by means of an adjusting device 12 acting against the slide.
  • the adjusting device can be a threaded ring, which as shown in Figure 1 is arranged to interact with the sheath surface of the slide.
  • a second embodiment of this adjusting device is a pressure-medium-oper ated cylinder 13, as shown in Figure 2, arranged to act against the pressed end 14 of the slide enclosed in the sleeve.
  • FIG. 3 shows a third advantageous embodiment of the mount ing support 1 which also comprises a substantially vertically oriented arm 3 and a support brace 4 having a laterally projecting slot 10 slidably arranged in a sleeve 11.
  • the slide is arranged to be displaced laterally relative to the sleeve arranged to the arm by means of an adjusting device comprising a threaded rod 15 arranged to act against the pressed end 14 of the slide enclosed in the sleeve.
  • the threaded rod is arranged to interact with a screw thread shown by the sleeve, schematically illustrated in the figure with reference number 16. Rotation of the threaded rod will thus drive the slide towards or away from the surface 9 of the element 2.
  • Figure 4 shows a fourth advantageous embodiment of the mounting support 1.
  • the slot 10 is here arranged to protrude from the sleeve 11 at each of its open ends.
  • both the slotted end coinciding with the outer supporting end 8 of the support bar 4 and the opposite pressed end 14 will lie outside the sleeve on its opposite sides.
  • the slide In or der to be able to displace the slide laterally relative to the sleeve 11 arranged to the arm 3, the slide exhibits at its pressed end 14 a cooperation device 17 projecting substantially perpendicularly relative to the longitudinal axis of the slide.
  • the co operation device has a threaded bore, for interaction with a threaded rod 15 rotat ably arranged to the arm and substantially parallel to the slide.
  • a threaded rod 15 rotat ably arranged to the arm and substantially parallel to the slide.
  • the support brace 4 is con figured as a threaded bar 15 arranged in and at least partially surrounded by a sleeve 11 connected to the vertical arm 3.
  • This threaded rod is arranged to interact with one or more screw threads to provide the desired lateral displacement of the threaded rod relative to the arm.
  • the threaded rod is arranged to interact with a screw thread exhibited by the sleeve. It is also possible to have the sleeve comprise a smooth inner surface, while the threaded rod is arranged to interact with a nut (not shown) disposed at least at one of the opposed gable openings 18 and 19 exhibited by the sleeve.
  • Figure 6 shows an advantageous sixth principled em bodiment of the present mounting support 1. Unlike the previous designs, it lacks a horizontally adjustable slide.
  • the support bar 4 is instead designed as a mechan ical jack 20.
  • a diamond-shaped jacking mechanism 21 operated by a threaded rod 15 between the element and the vertical arm 3, the position of the element can be quickly stabilized.
  • a pallet block 22 is advantageously arranged be tween the jack and the vertical sides of the element, in order to avoid damage to the surface of the element.
  • the pallet block can of course also be fixed to the jack.
  • the support brace 4 can be arranged to be displaceable in a direction of the longitudinal axis 23 exhibited by the arm 3. This is schematically illustrated in Figure 3.
  • the arm may be arranged to be telescopically extendable in its longitudinal axis 23 direction.
  • the above-described mounting support 1 for mounting verti cally oriented elements 2 is put into use by anchoring the arm 3 in a substantially vertical position to a base 6, usually a sand or gravel bed, which at the same time forms the base for the mounting of the element.
  • the arm is anchored by one or more coupling means 7 exhibited by the arm and connecting the arm to a coupling device 5 arranged to the base.
  • the following describes some applicable coupling devices and means interacting with them. This description is not exhaustive.
  • FIG. 7 A first advantageous embodiment of such a coupling device 5 is shown in Figure 7.
  • the arm 3 is arranged to a mounting device, as such prior art, with pairs of ground supports 24 connected by a crossbar 25.
  • This mounting device is used to adjust the height position 2 of the element in a prior art manner when mounted.
  • the arm 3 is thereby fixed to the vertically projecting pillar 26 by surrounding the pillar with at least one locking hook 27, advantageously ro tatably or displaceably arranged to the arm.
  • Figure 9 shows a third advantageous embodiment of the cou pling device 5, which here comprises an anchor plate 29 arranged on the base 6.
  • the anchor plate has a supporting plane lying against the base and a rod 30 pro jecting vertically therefrom, to which the arm 3 can be mounted in one of the ways described above, i.e. with a locking hook or a pipe section in the arm.
  • the anchor plate is advantageously provided with a counterweight 31 in the form of, for exam ple, a concrete block.
  • the counterweight has been replaced by the cast plinth 32 of the element which, during casting thereof, has been provided with recesses 33 for receiving the arm 3.
  • a counterweight 31 may be provided with said recess 33 for receiving the arm 3.
  • Such a counterweight unlike the plinth 32, can of course also be provided with a fastening device projecting from its upper sur face, to which the arm can be attached in one of the ways described above, that is to say with a locking hook or a pipe section in the arm.

Abstract

The present invention relates to a mounting support (1) for mounting vertically oriented elements (2). Such a mounting support comprises an arm (3) oriented substantially vertically in use of the mounting support, which has special coupling means (7) by which the arm can be anchored to a coupling device (5) which is, as such, prior art. This coupling device is arranged to or on the base where the mounting of the element takes place. The said arm also has a laterally projecting support brace (4) which can be displaced in its projecting direction and which, by being connected to the element, gives it the desired stability both horizontally and vertically.

Description

MOUNTING SUPPORT FOR ELEMENT
Technical area
[0001] The present invention relates to a device of the kind indicated in the preamble of claim 1. Such a device is particularly intended to be used for the installation of elements, and is particularly suitable for the installation of concrete base and wall elements.
Prior art
[0002] Prior art includes base and wall elements in concrete with as- sembly supports comprising at least one telescopically extendable wall bracket and end brackets arranged thereon. When the element is lifted into place, it is sup ported by these wall braces, which are attached to the element and to the surround ing base by bolted joints. The element can be fixed to its support by welding before a protective concreting of the joint is performed. [0003] The prior art solution is cumbersome, involves several opera tions, and is time consuming. In addition, screw holes are created in the building structures which may require additional repair work.
Presentation of the problem [0004] With the present invention, the problems associated with prior art solutions can be substantially avoided. The invention thus provides an easily manageable support arrangement which is easy and quick to use and that can re place several previous operations.
[0005] This task is carried out in accordance with the invention by a support arrangement to install base and wall units according to claim 1. The de pendent claims present suitable further developments and variations of the inven tion that further improve its functioning. [0006] The basic idea of the present invention is to provide a mounting support which is easy to use, while the essential parts thereof can be reused.
[0007] The device described in the present invention achieves several significant advantages over the prior art. Thus, it is possible to substantially sim plify the installation of a building’s base units or basement wall units replacing such base units.
[0008] The elements become thoroughly mounted with the new tech nology, while the reusable support arrangement makes the device and the method advantageous from an economic viewpoint.
[0009] Additional advantages and details of the invention are set out in the description below.
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[0010] In the following, the invention is described in greater detail with reference to the drawings, in which
[0011] figure 1 shows a first advantageous embodiment of the present mounting support seen from the side and with its sleeve in intersection,
[0012] figure 2 shows a second advantageous embodiment of the pre sent mounting support seen from the side and with its support bar in intersection, [0013] figure 3 shows a third advantageous embodiment of the present mounting support seen from the side and with its support bar in partial intersec tion,
[0014] figure 4 shows a fourth advantageous embodiment of the pre sent mounting support seen from the side,
[0015] figure 5 shows a fifth advantageous embodiment of the present mounting support seen from the side,
[0016] figure 6 shows a sixth advantageous embodiment of the present mounting support seen from the side,
[0017] figure 7 shows a first alternative embodiment of a coupling de vice to be used in conjunction with the present mounting support with reference to detail A of Figure 1 and viewed from the side, [0018] figure 8 shows a second alternative embodiment of a coupling device with reference to detail A of Figure 1, viewed from the side and with the coupling device in cross-section,
[0019] figure 9 shows a third alternative embodiment of a coupling de vice with reference to detail A of Figure 1, viewed from the side and with the cou pling device in cross-section, and
[0020] figure 10 shows a fourth alternative embodiment of a coupling device with reference to detail A of Figure 1, viewed from the side and with the coupling device in cross-section.
Preferred embodiments
[0021] The above figures do not show the support arrangement in a scale, rather their only purpose is to illustrate the preferred embodiments’ con structive solutions and the functions of the embodiments. Herein, the respective structural parts shown in the figures and denoted with reference numerals corre spond to the structural solutions presented in the description below and which are hereby given their reference numbers.
[0022] The present mounting support 1 for mounting vertically ori ented elements 2 comprises two main parts, firstly an arm oriented substantially vertically when the mounting support is used 3, and secondly a laterally, i.e. sub stantially horizontally, displaceable support brace 4 which, by being connected to the element, gives it the desired stability in both the horizontal and vertical direc tions. When using the mounting support, the arm is anchored to a coupling device 5 arranged in, as such, a prior art manner, on or to a base 6 on which the mounting of the element is in progress. Such anchorages, referred to by detail A in Figure 1, are shown in detail in Figures 7 to 10. For this anchoring, various coupling means 7 in the form of, for example, sleeves, collars, or form-locking devices can be used, which means and their use are described in more detail below. The anchorage en sures that the mounting support is stable, so that the mounting support alone or together with several such mounting supports can support an element. In many applications, the need to use traditional wall braces can thus be avoided. [0023] Figures 1 - 6 show principled and advantageous solutions for the present mounting support 1. The figures show a mounting support only on 2 one side of the vertically oriented element. Often a second corresponding mounting support can also be used on the opposite side of the element. However, in some cases it is possible to use only one mounting support, in which case the outer sup porting end 4 of the support brace 8 can be provided with a collar (not shown) which is attached to the vertical side of the element 9 with, for example, a screw joint. Alternatively, the support brace can be provided with two parallel gripping rods, which are operated to lie on either side of the element, thus gripping and sta bilising it in its vertical orientation. The figures 1-6 do not describe in detail how the arm 3 is anchored to a coupling device 5 arranged to the base.
[0024] Figure 1 thus shows a solution of the mounting support 1 com prising a substantially vertically oriented arm 3 and a support brace 4 arranged thereon with a laterally protruding slot 10, slidably arranged in and at least par tially protected surrounded by a sleeve 11. Such a slide is arranged to be laterally displaceable relative to the sleeve arranged to the arm by means of an adjusting device 12 acting against the slide. In this case, the adjusting device can be a threaded ring, which as shown in Figure 1 is arranged to interact with the sheath surface of the slide. By providing the sheath surface with an outwardly directed thread, the ring, in interaction with the sleeve 11, can pull the slide out and force it against the surface of the element 9. On the other hand, rotating the ring in the op posite direction creates a gap between the ring and the sleeve, making it possible to slide the slide into the sleeve to create a clearance between the outer supporting end 8 of the support brace and the surface of the element. This clearance makes it easier to dismantle the mounting device when the element assembly work is com pleted. A second embodiment of this adjusting device is a pressure-medium-oper ated cylinder 13, as shown in Figure 2, arranged to act against the pressed end 14 of the slide enclosed in the sleeve. Of course, it is also possible to use only a pres sure-medium-operated cylinder mounted to the vertical arm as shown in Figure 2, but this places greater demands on the design of the cylinder to ensure its durabil ity in the harsh working environment. [0025] Figure 3 shows a third advantageous embodiment of the mount ing support 1 which also comprises a substantially vertically oriented arm 3 and a support brace 4 having a laterally projecting slot 10 slidably arranged in a sleeve 11. In this embodiment, the slide is arranged to be displaced laterally relative to the sleeve arranged to the arm by means of an adjusting device comprising a threaded rod 15 arranged to act against the pressed end 14 of the slide enclosed in the sleeve. In this case, the threaded rod is arranged to interact with a screw thread shown by the sleeve, schematically illustrated in the figure with reference number 16. Rotation of the threaded rod will thus drive the slide towards or away from the surface 9 of the element 2.
[0026] Figure 4 shows a fourth advantageous embodiment of the mounting support 1. Unlike the previously described embodiments, the slot 10 is here arranged to protrude from the sleeve 11 at each of its open ends. Thus, both the slotted end coinciding with the outer supporting end 8 of the support bar 4 and the opposite pressed end 14 will lie outside the sleeve on its opposite sides. In or der to be able to displace the slide laterally relative to the sleeve 11 arranged to the arm 3, the slide exhibits at its pressed end 14 a cooperation device 17 projecting substantially perpendicularly relative to the longitudinal axis of the slide. The co operation device has a threaded bore, for interaction with a threaded rod 15 rotat ably arranged to the arm and substantially parallel to the slide. Thus, by rotating the threaded rod, the slide will be driven relative to the sleeve towards or away from the surface 9 of the element 2.
[0027] In a fifth advantageous embodiment, the support brace 4 is con figured as a threaded bar 15 arranged in and at least partially surrounded by a sleeve 11 connected to the vertical arm 3. This threaded rod is arranged to interact with one or more screw threads to provide the desired lateral displacement of the threaded rod relative to the arm. In one embodiment shown in Figure 5, the threaded rod is arranged to interact with a screw thread exhibited by the sleeve. It is also possible to have the sleeve comprise a smooth inner surface, while the threaded rod is arranged to interact with a nut (not shown) disposed at least at one of the opposed gable openings 18 and 19 exhibited by the sleeve. [0028] Finally, Figure 6 shows an advantageous sixth principled em bodiment of the present mounting support 1. Unlike the previous designs, it lacks a horizontally adjustable slide. The support bar 4 is instead designed as a mechan ical jack 20. By arranging a diamond-shaped jacking mechanism 21 operated by a threaded rod 15 between the element and the vertical arm 3, the position of the element can be quickly stabilized. A pallet block 22 is advantageously arranged be tween the jack and the vertical sides of the element, in order to avoid damage to the surface of the element. The pallet block can of course also be fixed to the jack.
[0029] In any of its embodiments, the support brace 4 can be arranged to be displaceable in a direction of the longitudinal axis 23 exhibited by the arm 3. This is schematically illustrated in Figure 3. Likewise, the arm may be arranged to be telescopically extendable in its longitudinal axis 23 direction.
[0030] The above-described mounting support 1 for mounting verti cally oriented elements 2 is put into use by anchoring the arm 3 in a substantially vertical position to a base 6, usually a sand or gravel bed, which at the same time forms the base for the mounting of the element. The arm is anchored by one or more coupling means 7 exhibited by the arm and connecting the arm to a coupling device 5 arranged to the base. The following describes some applicable coupling devices and means interacting with them. This description is not exhaustive.
[0031] A first advantageous embodiment of such a coupling device 5 is shown in Figure 7. In this embodiment, the arm 3 is arranged to a mounting device, as such prior art, with pairs of ground supports 24 connected by a crossbar 25. This mounting device is used to adjust the height position 2 of the element in a prior art manner when mounted. The arm 3 is thereby fixed to the vertically projecting pillar 26 by surrounding the pillar with at least one locking hook 27, advantageously ro tatably or displaceably arranged to the arm.
[0032] Instead of a mounting device as described above, it is also pos sible to use as coupling device 5 prior art ground anchors 28 which are lowered at least partially into the base 6. See Figure 8. By designing the lower part 3 of the arm as a tube, oriented towards the ground anchor, the arm can either be lowered into the ground anchor or alternatively, depending on the dimensioning of the tube sec tion, allow the arm to encircle the ground anchor, as shown in Figure 8.
[0033] Figure 9 shows a third advantageous embodiment of the cou pling device 5, which here comprises an anchor plate 29 arranged on the base 6. The anchor plate has a supporting plane lying against the base and a rod 30 pro jecting vertically therefrom, to which the arm 3 can be mounted in one of the ways described above, i.e. with a locking hook or a pipe section in the arm. The anchor plate is advantageously provided with a counterweight 31 in the form of, for exam ple, a concrete block. [0034] In a fourth advantageous embodiment according to Figure 10, the counterweight has been replaced by the cast plinth 32 of the element which, during casting thereof, has been provided with recesses 33 for receiving the arm 3.
[0035] Instead of arranging the plinth with a recess, a counterweight 31 according to the above-described third embodiment may be provided with said recess 33 for receiving the arm 3. Such a counterweight, unlike the plinth 32, can of course also be provided with a fastening device projecting from its upper sur face, to which the arm can be attached in one of the ways described above, that is to say with a locking hook or a pipe section in the arm.
[0036] The description above and the figures cited therein are only in- tended to illustrate the present solution for the construction of a mounting support for elements. Thus, the solution is not limited solely to the embodiment described above or in the attached patent claims. Indeed, within the idea described in the at tached patent claims, several variations or alternative embodiments are possible.

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Claims
1. Mounting support (1) for mounting vertically oriented elements (2), characte ri s e d in that the mounting support (1) comprises an arm (3) which is substantially vertically oriented during use of the mounting support, which arm exhibits coupling means (7) for anchoring the arm to a coupling device (5) arranged to a base, whereby the arm (3) has a laterally protruding support brace (4) which can be displaced in its protruding direction.
2. A mounting support (1) according to claim 1, characteriz e d in that the support brace (4) comprises a slide (10) slidably arranged in a sleeve (11) to be at least partially surrounded by the sleeve (11), wherein the slide is arranged to be displaced sideways relative to the arm (3) by means of an adjusting device (12) acting against the slide.
3. Mounting support (3) according to claim 2, characteriz e d in that the adjusting device (12) is a pressure-medium-operated cylinder (13) arranged to act against an end (14) of the slide (10) enclosed in the sleeve (11).
4. Mounting support (1) according to claim 2, characteriz e d in that the adjusting device (12) is a threaded rod (15) arranged to act against an end (14) of the slide (10) enclosed in the sleeve (11), whereby the threaded rod (15) is arranged to interact with a screw thread (16) of the sleeve (11).
5. Mounting support (1) according to claim 2, characteriz e d in that the slide (10) protrudes from the sleeve (11) at each end thereof, whereby one end of the slide (11) comprises a threaded cooperating device (17) projecting substantially perpendicularly relative to a longitudinal axis of the slide and arranged to cooperate with a threaded rod (15), which is arranged rotatably to the arm (3) and substantially parallel to the slide.
6. A mounting support (1) according to claim 1, characteriz e d in that the support brace (4) comprises a threaded rod (15) arranged to a sleeve (11) to be at least partially surrounded by the sleeve (11), wherein the threaded rod (15) is arranged to interact with one or more screw threads to provide a lateral displacement of the threaded rod relative to the arm.
7. Mounting support (1) according to claim 6, characteriz e d in that the sleeve (11) comprises a screw thread and the threaded rod (15) is arranged to cooperate with the screw thread of the sleeve (11).
8. Mounting support (1) according to claim 6, characteriz e d in that the sleeve comprises a gable opening (18, 19) and the threaded rod (15) is ar ranged to interact with a nut arranged at the gable opening (18, 19).
9. Mounting support (1) according to any of the preceding claims, characteriz e d in that the arm (3) comprises a longitudinal axis (23) and the support brace (4) is arranged to be displaceable in a direction of the longitudinal axis (23).
10. Mounting support (1) according to any of the preceding claims, characteriz e d in that the arm (3) is arranged to be telescopically extendable in the direction of its longitudinal axis (23).
11. Mounting support (1) according to any the preceding claims, char a cte riz e d in that the coupling device (5) comprises aground anchor (28) at least partially immersed in the base (6).
12. Mounting support (1) according to any one of claims 1 to 10, c h a r - a cte riz e d in that the coupling device (5) comprises an anchoring plate (29) ar ranged on the base (6).
13. Mounting support (1) according to any one of claims 1 to 10, c h a r - a cte riz e d in that the coupling device (5) comprises a counterweight (31) ar ranged on the base (6), which counterweight comprises a fastening device project ing from its upper side.
14. Mounting support (1) according to any one of claims 1 to 10, c h a r - a cte ri ze d in that the coupling device (5) comprises a counterweight (31) ar ranged on the base (6), which counterweight comprises a recess (33) arranged in its upper side.
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