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Multi-storey parking garage

Imported: 24 Feb '17 | Published: 06 Jan '04

Jürgen Otto Wenz

USPTO - Utility Patents

Abstract

A multi-storey parking garage which can be reassembled comprises a skeleton support structure with vertical supports, substantially horizontal ceiling beams and a plurality of floor plates which are supported on the ceiling beams for forming a passable surface, wherein a gap formed between neighboring floor plates extends above a ceiling beam in the longitudinal direction thereof. The floor plates are disposed on the ceiling beams with the interposition of a groove-shaped profiled body, in particular of an elastic plastic material. The profiled body extends in the longitudinal direction of the gap below same and serves for accepting and draining liquid dropping onto the floor plates.

Description

Further details and features of the invention can be extracted from the following description of an embodiment with reference to the drawing.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWING

FIG. 1 shows a vertical section through floor plates mounted on a ceiling beam; and

FIG. 2 shows a vertical section through a plurality of floor plates mounted on ceiling beams.

Claims

1. A multi-storey parking garage, the parking garage comprising:

2. The multi-storey parking garage of claim 1, wherein each of said ceiling beams has an I-shaped cross-section, each of said profiled bodies being supported at a lower side thereof to seat on an upper flange of said associated ceiling beam.

3. The multi-storey parking garage of claim 1, wherein each of said profiled bodies consists essentially of an elastic plastic material.

4. The multi-storey parking garage of claim 1, wherein each of said profiled bodies has a U-shaped cross-section, wherein each of said gaps is disposed above a central portion of said U-shaped cross-section.

5. The multi-storey parking garage of claim 4, wherein an edge region of each of said floor plates seats on an, upper side of a leg of one of said profiled bodies.

6. The multi-storey parking garage of claim 1, further comprising a plurality of tensioning devices, each of said tensioning devices cooperating with one of said floor plates and an associated one of said ceiling beams to tension said one of said floor plates to an associated one of said profiled bodies.

7. The multi-storey parking garage of claim 1, wherein each of said ceiling beams and each of said profiled bodies is inclined in said longitudinal direction.

8. The multi-storey parking garage of claim 1, wherein each of said gaps has a width of between 15 mm and 30 mm.