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Panel and fastening system for such a panel

The invention relates to a fastening system (1) for rectangular, tabular panels (2, 3, 10), especially floor panels. Comprising retaining profiles disposed on the small faces of said panels (2, 3, 10). Opposite retaining profiles match said retaining profiles in such a manner that similar panels (2, 3, 10) can be interlinked. The panels are provided with opposite first retaining profiles that are configured in such a manner that on a panel (2, 3, 10) being in first line a new panel (2) can be locked in second line by attaching the new panel (2) to the installed panel (3) at a temporary angle relative to the installed panel (3) and then swiveling it down into the plane of the installed panel (3). The panel further comprises opposite second retaining elements that comprise corresponding hook elements (6, 7). A hook connection (8) can be established by means of one of the hook elements (6, 7) of the new panel (2) and a hook element (6, 7) of a panel (3) that is already installed in second line by swiveling down the new panel (2). Every hook connection (8) is associated with an additional locking element (13, 22, 26, 27, 34, 35, 36, 40, 46) that prevents, in the hooked state of two panels (2, 3, 10), the hook connection (8) from being released in a direction perpendicular to the plane of the installed panels (2, 3 10).

Extrusion devices for mounting wall panels

An extrusion device for mounting a wall panel has an outer cap extending to an edge on at least one side which is positioned against an outer surface of a wall panel, having a pair of spaced-apart insertion fingers, and a receiver base having a planar mounting portion and a pair of angled receiver flanges projecting upwardly to receive the insertion fingers therein. The two-piece extrusion permits wall panels to be mounted or removed from the underlying wall structure in on-sequential order. The receiver base and cap can be provided on both sides to form an "H" type extrusion, or on only one side in a "J" type extrusion. Preferably, the outer cap is made of metal, and the tips of the insertion fingers are beveled at a slight angle of about 7° to 14° to allow easy insertion into the receiver flanges. The cap has compound water-shedding edges formed with a rounded rain-drip edge spaced in close proximity to a sharply inclined knife edge. In another variation, a one-piece extrusion device has a rear base portion and a front cover portion forming a pocket therewith, and a ramp formed on the base portion within the width of the front cover portion for gradually forcing the edge of a wall panel inserted in the pocket toward the front cover portion clear of the heads of screws used to mount the base portion to the underlying wall structure. The base portion is formed with a hook indentation on a back side of the ramp on a rear surface of the base portion, and interconnects with a "Z" type extrusion having a hook end to form a right angle connection. The one-piece extrusion may be formed as a "J" (one-sided), "H" (two sided), "C" (corner), or other suitable types.

Glider bar for flooring system

InactiveUS6134854AUniversal utilityCeilingsTreadsEngineeringMechanical engineering
A flooring system for use with floating floors is described which includes a glider bar having base portions including extending rails in the form of dovetail protrusions. The bases and rails are longitudinally moveable relative to anchoring plates, which anchoring plates are affixed to a subflooring. Flush finished floor moldings are slid longitudinally along the rails and are glued or mechanically fixed, at one side only, to the adjacent floating laminate flooring. By this assembly, smooth transitions between adjacent floating floors, or where floating floors meet another hard floor covering, or carpet, can be achieved. The system can also be used with flush stair nosing elements.

Self-heat-preservation building block and self-heat-preservation wall body consisting of self-heat-preservation building blocks

ActiveCN103243857AMeet heat preservation and energy saving requirementsPlay a role in heat preservationConstruction materialWallsWhole bodySlurry
The invention relates to the field of building materials, and in particular relates to a self-heat-preservation building block and a self-heat-preservation wall body consisting of self-heat-preservation building blocks, which aim to solve the technical problem that conventional building wall body materials cannot have the functions of bearing, heat preservation and fire prevention simultaneously. According to the technical scheme, the self-heat-preservation building block comprises a building block body which is made of foamed cement; transverse through slots are formed in the upper surface of the building block; vertical through holes are formed in the building block; one or several of concrete slurry, cement mortar, plaster and heat preservation plaster is / are filled into the transverse through slots to form core columns; concrete slurry or cement mortar is filled into the vertical through holes to form core columns; and the core columns and the building block body are combined to form a whole body. The self-heat-preservation wall body consists of the self-heat-preservation building blocks. The self-heat-preservation building block and the self-heat-preservation wall body have functions of heat preservation and fire prevention as well as bearing.

Technical method for building self-insulating and energy-saving wall with Z-shaped energy-saving building blocks

In the invention, the same clad bricks are laid in the forward direction, and a positioning convex platform 2 and a longitudinal positioning convex platform 3 are used for realizing transverse and longitudinal self-locking positioning, thereby naturally ensuring the designed thickness and surface smoothness of the wall, forming a combined still air layer 12 which is 9mm to 10mm wide and vertical to the ground, and further blocking heat bridges in vertical bricklaying seams. The cavity of a 28-30mm-wide groove 4 in the horizontal bricklaying seam between two clad bricks is filled with a broken bridge insulation board 10 which is as wide as the groove and has a thickness of 15mm; the broken bridge insulation board 10 is used for sealing a long-strip groove still air layer 11 and the combined still air layer 12 and cutting off the heat bridges in the horizontal bricklaying seams; the exposed part of broken bridge insulation board with a height of 10mm, is used for controlling the coating thickness of anti-crack masonry mortar 13 to be even and uniform. When the self-insulating and energy-saving wall is built, Z-shaped energy-saving building blocks 1 of the upper clad bricks and the lower bricks are laid in a staggered manner so as to cut off heat bridges in vertical bricklaying seams. The structure of the invention, with a reasonable thickness, can satisfy the requirement of saving 50 percent of energy in various regions, or even higher requiremets without an internal or external insulating layer of walls. Simultaneously, the structure is easy to build and the formation of the block shape effectively ensures the thickness of walls and the smoothness of wall surfaces. The thermal insulation function of the still air layer with a thickness of 10mm to 12mm strengthens the heat insulation effect. The insulation boards (28-30mm wide and 15mm thick) between the two clad bricks is capable of cutting off the heat bridge effects.
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